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Full text of "Francis Guy's county and city of Cork directory"

HANDBOUND 

AT THE 

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UNIVERSITY OF 
TORONTO PRESS 




Are the Agents in the 

SOUTH OF IRELAND 



FOR 




C0's. 



OE1LEBH.-A.TE3D 



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ALSO FOR 



JOSH. ROBINSON & GO'S. 
CARLISLE PLASTER PARIS, 



AND REPRESENT 



D 

PATENT' CONCRETE BUILDING CO,, LIMITED, 

37 to 41, Buckingham Street, LONDON. 



Drakes Kssay and Copies of Photographs of Buildings can be had on 

application to 

4, Winthrop Street, CORK. 



FRANCIS GUY'S DIRECTORY. 



SAMUEL A. HA 



JJJ 



WINE MERCHANT, 
Agent to Messrs. Kinahan & Sons, 

DUBLIN & LONDON, 
BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT 

AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 

TO THE QUEEN. 




AGENT FOR THE 



NATIONAL ASSURANCE COMPANY 

OIF 



No. 3, College Green, Dublin, 
DEPOT. 27, SOUTH MALL. 



CORK. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



M U N S T E R 





PAPER DEPOT 



HCOTJSE 

GLAZING, PLUMBING, 

AND 

General Decorating Establishment, 

POPE'S QUAY, CORK. 

A New Selection of the following goods, regularly : 

PAPER HANGINGS, 

British and French Manufacture. 

, GOLD MOULDINGS, 

Berlin and German, for Panelling and other Decorative purposes. 

WINDOW GLASS, 

British and French Plate ; Stained and Ornamental Sheet Glass. 



All Orders promptly attended to. Estimates furnished for work in any 
part of the County. 



Sole Agent for Messrs. R. D. WOODFALL & CO., Manchester;, and 
Messrs. H. MERTON & CD'S, Machine Oils, London. 



FRANCIS GUY'S DIRECTORY. 

FURNISHING IRONMONGERY 

AND 

GENERAL HARDWARE HOUSES, 

89, PATRICK STREET, 

13, 14, 15, 16, 17, ACADEMY ST.; 1 & 2, FRENCH CHURCH ST, 

CORK. 

JOHN PERRY & SONS, 

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THE GF^EAT CENTRAL DEPOT 

/ / / FOR / 

House Furnishing and Hardware Goods, 
DEPARTMENTS. 

Electro Plate and Cutlery j Kilchen Ranges 



Tin and Japanned Goods 
Lamps, Brushes 
Joiners' and Smith's Tools 
Brass Foundry and Locks 
Builders' Ironmongery 



Stoves and Grates 

Marble Chimney Pieces 

Copper, Brass, and Tin Work 

Grocers' Fittings 

Bell Hanging and Repairs 



IRON & BRASS BEDSTEADS. 

Bedding of every kind Manufactured on tJte Premises. 



JOHN PERRY & SONS ARE AGENTS FOR 

Bradford's Washing Machines and Mangles 

Fireproof Safes by Chubb and Milner 

Nash and Joyce's Patent Stoves and Fuel 

Cheavin's Rapid Water Filterers 

Joseph Rodgers & Sons' Celebrated Cutlery 

Smith & Welstood's American Cooking & Heating Stoves 

Lyon's Sausage Machines and Mincers 

Captain Warren's Everybody's Cooking Pots 

Kerr's Storm-proof Lanterns 

Needham's New Patent Fast-handle Table Knives, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ATKINS, 

Successors to BE ALE BROTHERS, 

TEA & WINE MERCHANTS 

14, PATRICK STREET, 

CORK. 

Stores and Vaults 25, FISH STREET. 



Drapers, Haberdashers, Outfitters, 

A N r> 

General Warehousemen 

IMPOKTKRS OF 

FOREIGN FANCY ARTICLES, TOYS, JEWELLERY, &c., 

THE LONDON HOUSE, 
15, PATRICK STREET, 



vi, FRANCIS GUV'S DIRECTORY. 

ESTABLISHED 1840. 

CHURCH OF ENGLAND 

Hife anir Jir* ^sstnrsttJW gttgtitttli0w f 

9 & 10, KING STREET, CHEAP8IDE, LONDON. 

Empowered by Special Act of Parliament. 

Assurances are granted on the lives of the general public as well as on those of Clergymen and Ministers, 
and the rates of Premium are very moderate. 

Endowments for Children may be secured on favourable terms. 

" Free' 1 Assurances are granted which can never entirely lapse through non-payment of Premiums. 

Combined Assurance and Investment Policies are issued which unite all the facilities and resources of 
Savings Banks to the benefits of Life Assurance. 

Annuities granted on a new and beneficial principle. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Assurances are granted at Low Premiums, and the convenience of Policy-holders is especially consulted. 
A reduction of Ten per Cent, on Clerical and Scholastic risks. 

ANDREW FRANCIS, Secretary. 

N.B. Special Grants are made from the Proprietors Profits in aid of Life Assurances effected by 
Clergymen and Ministers, and by Schoolmasters and Schoolmistresses. 

THOMAS BABINGTON, Jun., 24, Marlboro' Street. 



NnrHi Brifeij 



FOR ASSURANCE ON LIVES AND SURVIVORSHIPS, PURCHASE 
AND SALE Or REVERSIONS AND ANNUITIES, ANT) INSURANCE AGAINST FIRE. 



ESTABLISHED I A' 1809. 

Incorporated by Royal Charter and Special Acts of Parliament. 

HEAD OFFICES. 

EDINBURGH 64, PRINCE'S STRKKT. 

LONDON 61, THREADNEEDLE STREET. 

WKST-END OFFICE 8, WATERLOO PLACE. PALI. MAI.L. 



SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL ........................................................ 2,000,000 

ACCUMULATED FUNDS ....................................................... 2,500,000 

IFIIFIE I TsT S TJ IR, .A. KT O E . 

fl'HIS COMPANY insures against Loss or DAMA<;K nv FIKE every description of Property at Home 
L and abroad, at the Lowest Rates of Premium corresponding to ihe risk. 

KKNTS OF I'KOPERTY INSURED ON SAME TERMS AS THE lil'I I.I >I M;s. 

N, B. Insurances for Seven Years, by a Single Payment, charged for Six Years only. 

POLICIES TRANSFERRED FROM OTHER OFFICES FREE OF EXPENSE. 
LOSSES SETTLED WITH PROMPTITUDE AND LIBERALITY. 



/THE System of the NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSI-RANCE COMPANY combines that of Mutual 
1 Assurance with the Safety of a large Protecting Capital, and thus affords all the facilities and 
advantages which can prudently be offered by any Life Assurance Office. 



PER CENT, of the WHOLE PROFITS is divided among the assured on (he Participating 
ll Scale. This is as large a share of the profits as is allowed by any office, and larger than that given by 
most other Proprietary Offices. 

The Profits are ascertained and divided every Five Vfars. 

The NEXT DIVISION OF PROFITS will take place as at 31st Dec., 1875. 

Intruding Assurers are reminded that by effecting a l y ali-:y during 1875, they wilt, in conformity 
with tlie rules of the Company, secure One Year's Bonus at the next Division of Profits 

Tin TAP.I.KS OK PKKMII'.M are moderate, and include several Tables peculiarly well adapted to meet 
special requirement such as the Half-Premium, Half-Credit, Double Assurance, Assurance and Annuity 
Tables, Arc., all of which are fully explained in the Prospectuses of the Company. 

THOS. BABINGTON & SON, District Agents, 24 Marlboro' St., Cork. 






ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BEST FALUE IN THE 




KING'S BOOTS FOE WALKING AND BIDING, 7/9, 8/9, 10/6, 12/6. 
KING'S BOOTS FOR HUNTING AND FISHING, 13/6, 15/6, 18/6, 20/ 
KING'S BOOTS FOR SEAMEN AND LANDSMEN, 7/6, 8/6, 9/6, 10/9. 
KING'S BOOTS FOR INDOOR AND OUTDOOR, 1/9, 2/8, 8/3, 4/6. 
KING'S BOOTS FOR EVERYBODY, FROM I/ UPWARDS. 
THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST DISPLAY IN IRELAND. 

BERNARD KING & CO., 

Wholesale and Retail Guttapercha and Leather Sole Boot 
and Shoe Manufacturers, 

0, PATRICK STREET, CORK; 
127, GEORGE STREET, AND 35, PATRICK STREET, LIMERICK 

CORK BRANCHES : 

90, NORTH MAIN STREET, : 10, GREAT GEORGE'S STREET, 
60, SOUTH MAIN STREET, | 6, BEAGH, (.jUEENSTOWN. 



FRANCIS JACKSON'S 

WATCHES, JEWELLER! & PLATE, 

ESTABLISHED 1854: 



' I ""HIS House is noted for the varied assortment always kept. The goods and prices 
X will bear comparison with any other house. A Single Trial will prove this. 

WATCHES, ENGLISH AND GENEVA, THE BEST MANUFACTURED, ALL WARRANTED. 

Jewellery, Gold and Silver. The newest 
designs always in stock. 

ELECTRO PLATE. A select assortment of only best quality plating. 

Irish Bog Oak Ornaments ; the best assortment in Cork. 
Whitby, Jet, and Mourning Jewellery of all kinds. 

CLOCKS, FOR ALL PURPOSES, FROM 10s. TO 10. 
The greatest attention paid to Repairs of Watches, Jewellery and 

83, PATRICK-ST., CORK. 



FRANCIS GUY'S DIRECTORY. 

VARIAN BROTHERS, 



WHOLESALE 



Brush Manufacturers, 

105, PATRICK STREET, 
CORK. 

BRUSHES OF ALL KI1IDS MADS TO ORDER, 

SWEEPS' MACHINE BRUSHES ALWAYS IN STOCK. 

Wholesale and Retail dealers in the following Goods : Carpet Brooms, 
Combs, Door and Carriage Mats, Mops, Chamois, Sponges, Perfumery 
and Hair Oils, Foreign, Fancy, and Market Baskets, Toys of all kinds; 
In and Out-door Games. Croquet, Badminton, Cricket, Walking Sticks, 
and Canes, Dressing Cases, Work Boxes, Desks, Perambulators, Bath 
Chairs, Kitchen and Parlour Bellows. 

STOP! 

Before you Paper your Rooms, Halls ^ SJiops, <frV., go to 



PAPER HANGING, HOUSE PAINTING, 

Glazing & Decorating 

ESTABLISHMENT, 

87, SOUTH MAIN STREET, 

(Nearly Opposite Christ Church.) 



GLAZIER BY APPOINTMENT TO THE PLATE GLASS INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



A monthly supply of French and English Paper Hangings 

always received. 

A large lot of patterns can be had from 3d. per dozen yards 

upwards. 

Wholesale Customers liberally dealt with. 



ESTABLISHED SINCE 1840. 



FRANCIS GUY' 

COUNTY AND CITY OF CORK 

DIRECTORY 

FOR THE YEARS 

i 875- i 876. 



COMPRISING : 

COUNTY BIRECTORY, ARRANGED IN POSTAL DISTRICTS. 
STREET, SUBURBAN, COMMERCIAL AND GENERAL ALPHABETICAL 

DIRECTORY CITY OF CORK. 
GENERAL ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY OF COUNTY. 

GENERAL AND LOCAL INFORMATION. 
PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS, THEIR AREA AND VALUATION. 

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 

STATISTICS OF THE COUNTY AND CITY. 
BANKING DIRECTORY. POSTAL DIRECTORY. 

CONVEYANCE DIRECTORY. 
PORT OF CORK, WITH PILOT AND TOWING RATES, 

ECCLESIASTICAL DIRECTORY. 

POOR LAW UNIONS AND REGISTRARS' DISTRICTS. 
BOARDS OF GUARDIANS 

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF TOWNLANDS, DEMESNES, ETC. 
TOPOGRAPHICAL NOTICES. 



WITH MAPS EXPRESSLY PREPARED FOR THE WORK. 

^ , . 

CORK : 

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY FRANCIS GUY, 
THE MUNSTEK WORKS, 70, PATRICK STREET. 



WHOLESALE AND FAMILY 

TE 

119, PATRICK STREET, CORK. 



?A STOR 



628488 



M'SWINEY 



JL M 

Confidently invites the attention of his friends and the public to his 

present Stock of 

SUPERIOR TEAS, 

Selected with practical judgment from the Finest imports of the Season. 
They are strong, pungent, and fine flavoured, and specially suited for 

families who desire 

Really frae Teas at Moderate Prices. 

They can be had in Canisters of sib. each and upwards, upon which 
the usual trade allowance of 2d. per Ib. is given. 



COFFEES, SUGARS, SPICES, &r. 

Of finest quality, and at strictly moderate prkes. 



WHOLESALE BUYERS MET ON 'LIBERAL TERMS. 



Address 119, PATRICK STREET. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ix. 




11-n.J LU. 



CORK 




P. CURRY 



This long-established and well-known Hotel is conducted on the most approved and 
modern system. It possesses every requisite to promote the Comfort and Convenience of 
Tourists. The Hotel contains 

OVER ONE HUNDRED BEDROOMS, 

Three Coffee Rooms, Commercial Room, a Drawing Room for Ladies and Families, 
Suites of Private Apartments, Smoking and Billiard Rooms, Bath Rooms, &c. 



TABLE D'HOTE DAILY AT HALF- PAST 6 O'CLOCK. 



The Hotel adjoins the General Post Office ; as also the Commercial Building, where 
Merchants meet on "Change," and the earliest Telegraphic News is received, to the 
Reading Room of which the Visitors to the Hotel have free access. It has been patron- 
ized within the last few years by their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales, Prince 
Alfred, Prince Napoleon, the Due D' Orleans, the Comte de Paris, and the Count de 
Flandres, the successive Lords Lieutenant of Ireland, as well as by the Nobility, and most 
of the leading Gentry visiting Cork. 



THE CHARGES WILL BE FOUND MOST MODEEATE. 



T/ie Imperial Omnibuses attend the arrival and departure of each Train. 



Extract from SIR CUSACK HONEY'S "Month in Ireland:" 

"Judge Haliburton (Sam Slick) says, 'There are two things to be recommended to 
the notice of Visitors to Ireland : If you are an admirer of beautiful scenery, go to the 
Cove of Cork ; if you want a good Hotel, go to the Imperial.' The Hotel in question is 
situated in Pembroke Street, having an entrance also in the South Mall, through the 
Commercial Buildings, the splendid News Room of which is open to visitors to the Hotel. 
For convenience and comfort their is not a Hotel superior to it in the Empire." 



FRANCIS GUY'S DIRECTORY. 



CORBETT&CO. 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRAPERS, 

3, WINTHROP STREET, CORK, 

Linens. 

Sheetings. 

Beddings, 

Flannels. 

Table Napery. 

Muslins, 



Silks. 

Poplins, 

Stuffs. 

Costumes. 

Skirts. 



Hosiery. 
Shirts. 
Collars. 
Handkerchiefs. 



CORBETT & CO. 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRAPERS, 

3, WINTHROP STREET, CORK. 



PREFACE. 



FRANCIS GUY. in submitting the first issue of his County and City Directory, trusts 
any delay in its publication will receive the kind indulgence of the public. In its compila- 
tion, difficulties which belong to every first effort have operated with great force on this, 
especially as regards the county information. Rather, however, than compromise the 
interests of the work, and to render the directory of each postal district as accurate 
as possible, proof-sheets were forwarded to resident clerical and other gentlemen, 
petty sessions clerks, postmasters, constables, etc. ; these were, with very few exceptions, 
promptly examined and returned. Though this very considerably retarded the publi- 
cation, it has conduced materially to the accuracy of the work. While acknowledging 
his obligations to those whom he is thus indebted for their disinterested assistance, the 
publisher must also express his especial gratitude for the ready and valuable aid accorded 
him by the officials in the county and city offices, the head postmasters at Cork and else- 
where in the county, and other public authorities. 

If this undertaking should achieve that success which the extensive list of subscribers 
gives reason to anticipate, it is the intention of the publisher to re-issue the work in the 
Spring of 1877, and so on at like intervals; he has therefore taken steps to secure the 
copyright of his County and City Directory, the collection and arrangement of the con- 
tents of which involved a considerable amount of labour and expense. 

In a work of this kind, consisting chiefly of details of an everchanging character, it 
is impossible that occasional inaccuracies and omissions may not be found, in spite of the 
most indefatigable exertions to attain correctness ; the publisher also asks consideration for 
any observable defects, and hopes to be able to present the next issue in a more perfect 
form. Any suggestion for the improvement of future editions will be thankfully received, 
also any reliable corrections, alterations, and additions. 



THE MUNSTKR WORKS, 

70, PATRICK STREET, CORK, 
August, 1875. 



A few changes took place amongst the Clergy of the County during the prog- 
ress of the Postal District sheets through the press ; these alterations are made 
in the " Ecclesiastical Directory" (p. 104), ana In the "General Alphabetical 
Directory " (p. 361). 

The " Official Directory " (p. 453) of the Magistracy, etc., is revised up to a 
very recent date. 

General Alterations and Additions received by the Publisher too late for the 
Postal Districts, were made in the "General Alphabetical." 

Page ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS. COUNTY. 

450 Co. Alphabetical Ware Nath. Webb, Argentine consul in error; should be Xath. 
Webb Ware, of I Parkview terrace, Cork 

457 Cess Collectors Johnson, Noble of Rockenham, Passage, for Imokilly, vice Adams 

116 Constabulary Sub-Inspector Harcourt, of Passage, transferred to Killarney; Sub- 
Inspector Wm St. Lawrence Tyrrell, of Killarney, to Macroom ; Head-Con- 
stable Hoare, of Fermoy, to Cork ; Head-Constable O'Brien to Schull ; 
James Walsh head constable of Kanturk, vice Timothy Dunne 

126 Dispensary Surgeons and Registrars For Dr. Chas H. Roche, of Glantane, etc, read 
Dr Richard White ; for Dr Crowley of Kilbrittain, etc. read'Dr O'Callaghan 

104 Ecclesiastical Directory Rev -Alfred Mitchel, appointed curate Kilmoe parish; Rev 
Henry Arnold, curate Caheragh ; Rev Chas S. Bruce, rector Sf Paul's, Cork ; 
Rev. Wm. C. Walker,<late of Ballinadee, rector of Carrigaline ; Rev James 
Horgan, c.c, Charle'ville, dead 

133 Petty Sessions Clerks In the Postal Districts .where J. Kennedy is printed as Petty 
Sessions clerk, read J. Lendrum 

137 Ballinacurra-A.fa.ms R. H. Goold, dead 

140 Ballinhassig Harrington John, dead 

143 Ballydehob Swanton Mrs Anne, dead 

144 Ballyfeard Gallway James, dead 

157 Bandon CofFey Rev Robt Steele,- Pres. minister ; Dawson John Carhoon, dead 

169 Buttevant Trench Thomas Sandes, J. P , Churchtown house, omitted 

172 Carrigaline Walker, Rev WmC, late of Qallinadee, rector, vice Fawcett ; Crowley, 

Rev John, c.c, vice Skinkwin ; Hungerford Thomas, dead 
176 Castlelyons Hayes Capt Horace Geo, left - 
179 Cast!et0wn6ere~Rev ]. Skuse, curate, vice O' Topic 

205 Douglas Scannell, Rev Thomas, P. P. ; Lane ^iv R. W, Ballybrack 

206 Drimoleague Reeves Rev James Somerville, rector Caheragh 

210 Dunmattway Cotter Rev John, P.P. ; Bryan Thomas R, general merchant, should 

226 Glanmire Kirkby Samuel Alex, co. surveyor, Castlejane (J. and T. Bryan 

226 Glantane Rev Eugene McSwiney, c.c. ; Rev James Walsh, dead 

230 Glounthane Martin Joseph, Misor hill, dead 

237 Kilbrittain Sullivan," Rev Timothy, P.P. vice Scannell ; O'Neill, Rev James, C.c, 

vice Desmond 

248 Kinsalt Riordan Very Rev Patrick Canon, p. P, V.F. ; Walton William, Com- 
missioner of Affidavits Court of Chancery, not a solicitor ; National Schools, 
Master, James Watson Neile, Q.U.I. ; Mistress, Mrs Neile. Donovan Daniel, 
landholder, dead ; Roche Valentine, miller, dead 

267 Mallow Brasier, Brooke Richard, and De Burgho, Lady, both of Ballyellis 
279 Mitehelstown Kingston Anna Dowager Countess, The Castle ; O'Brien Edward, J.P, 

the Lodge, instead of the Bank house ; Webber James William, not a J.P. 
289 Passage West Casey, Rev. Canon Francis L, P.P.; Rev. P. O'Connell, c.c, vice 

McNamara 

294 Queenstown Stirling John, ship agent, omit ; Model Yacht Club G. Goidanich, 
319 Upton McCarthy Michael, Rockfort, dead * [secretary 

CITY. 

509 Barristers Wall Thomas, A.B, 41 South mall, and 7 Nelson street, Dublin 

534 Baptist Minister JoHn G. Skelly, 5 Thornhill terrace, Ashburton hill 

460 Executive Rural Sanitnry Officer Cork Union Wm Carr, Blackrock road 

127 Registrar Brady Edward, L.A., No I <5ork District, dead 

594 Blackrock road Collins Wm, land agent, Snugboro, dead ; Mahony Martin, dead 

549 Bowling-green street McClinchy M, removed to I Princes street 

549 Buxton terrace, No. 5 Thomhill William, should be Walter 

550 Camden quay Heffernan J. R, removed tor Lower George's street 

553 Cove street Albert J. Perry removed to 32 'Mary street 

554 Douglas street Lake \Ym J, chemist, dead 

558 George's tfra/ O'Brien Daniel, tailor, removed from 77 to 31 

562 Harbour Vieiu terrace, No. 3 Spearing Miss, left. 

566 Lower Glanmire road Callaghan Miss Grace, Carrig house, married 

569 Montenotte road I/Sides Henry, j.i, removed to 4 Clifton villas, Mid Glanmire rd. 



GENERAL INDEX. 




A few changes took 



> *tT"ST r P - ace ^ mon ff t &* Clergy of the County during the prog- 
f *1 .%? Postal District sheets through the press; these alterations are made 
in the Ecclesiastical Directory" (p. 104), and in the "General Alphabetical 
Dl .ectory (p. 361 . 




457 
116 



126 
104 



NEWSOMS' 



CAFE DE PARIS 



133 

137 - 
140 , 

H3 - 

144 . 

157 ' 

169 y 
172 ( 



TfflS DELICIOUS COFFEE 

produces in making that peculiar richness of flavour, 
for which the Coffee used in France is so highly esteemed- 
It will be found peculiarly adapted for the use of Families 
residing in the Country, or any who may require a large 
supply of Coffee ready for immediate use. It is 
prepared from selected Berries, and roasted on scientifk 
principles by Steam Machinery, and immediately aftei 
grinding, carefully secured in Canisters ; thus, the full es 
sential properties are obtained by the consumer, and it 
will be found to retain for an indefinite period, that deli- 
cate aroma necessary to produce 

A CUP OF COFFEE IN PERFECTION. 




40 & 41, PATRICK STREET, CORK. 

Dublin Agents, 

IITCHELL & SON, Grafton 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Pap 

Lgricultural Tables ... 699 

Banking Directory -. 472 

Joards of Guardians ... 458 

:alendar xxxii 

ess Collectors -. 457 

MTY: 

General Alphabetical ... 644 

Index to City ... 5' 2 5 
,, Business Directory... 596 

Benevolent Institutions ... 535 

Bujter Exchange 54 1 

f Car Fares ... 523 

Churches ... 533 

City Deputy Lieutenants ... 521 

Clubs ... 539 
Commercial and Professional 

Directory ... 597 

Companies and Boards . . . 540 

Constabulary, etc ... 524 

Corn Market Trustees ... 540 

Corporation ... 521 
Description of Public Buildings... 501 

Educational Establishments ... 536 

Gaol ... 522 

Historical and Descriptive ... 497 

Magistrates ... 521 

Miscellaneous Associations ... 538 

Newpaper Press ... 57 

Officers ... 522 

Post Office Regulations ... 519 

Public Institutions, etc. ... 533 

Rates, and Rate Collectors ... 523 

Registration Districts 127, 525 

Religious Orders ... 534 
Scientific and Literary Societies... 537 

Statistics ... 508 

Street Directory ... 553 

Suburban Directory .., 590 

Valuation ... 518 

Clerks of Poor Law Unions ... 118 

Colleges and Schools .. 43 
Commissioners for taking Affidavits ... 466 

Constabulary Directory ... 116 

Conveyance Directory ... 476 

COUNTY : 

General Alphabetical ... 361 

Index to County .. 329 

Adrigole ... 135 

Aghada Lower ... 307 

Upper ... 321 

Aghadown ... 136 

Aghinagh ... 136 

Allihies ... 136 

Ballinacurra ... 137 

Ballinadee ... 137 

Baliinamona ... 138 

Ballincollig ... 139 

Ballincumg ... 149 

Ballinhassig ... 140 

Ballinspittie ... 141 

Ballyclough ... 142 



County contd Pagt 

Ballycotton ... 143 

Ballydehob ... 143 

Bally feard ... 144 

Ballyhooly ... 145 

Ballymacoda ... 146 

Ballyneen or Ballineen ... 146 

Ballynoe ... 196 

' Ballyvourney ... 148 

Baltimore ... 148 

Bandon Borough ... 149 

Banteer ... 158 

Bantry ... 159 

Bear Island ... 162 

Belgooly ... 163 

Blackrock ... 163 

Blarney ... 165 

Boherbue ... 167 

Butlerstown .168 

Buttevant ... 168 
Cape Clear and Innisherkin Islds 171 

Carrigaline ... 171 

Carrignavar ... 172 

Carrigrohane ... 173 

Carrigtohiil ... 174 

Castlefreke ... 175 

Castlelyons ... 176 

Castlemartyr ... 177 

Castletownbere ... 178 

Castletown-Kinneigh ... 179 

Castletownroche ... 180 

Castletownsend ... 181 

Cecilstown ... 182 

Charleville ... 183 

Church Cross ... 136 

Clonakilty ... 187 

Clonmult' ... 208 

Cloyne ... 193 

Coachford ... 194 

Conna ... 196 

Courtmacsherry ... 197 

Crookhaven ... 198 

Crookstown ... 199 

Crosshaven ... 199 

Curraglass ... 200 

Desertserges ... 20 1 

Doneraile ... 202 

Donoughmore ... 204 

Douglas ... 205 

Drimoleague ... 206 

Dripsey ... 206 

Dromagh ... 207 

Dromina ... 285 

Dungoumey ... 208 

Dunkettle ... 208 
Dunmanway 
Durrus (late Carrigboy) 
Euniskean 

Eyeries (or Iries) * . 
Farnanes 

Farran (or Kilcrea) 
Fermoy 
Freemount 
Glandore 



FRANCIS GUV'S DIRECTORY. 



County contd 


Page 


County contd~ Pa 


Glanmire 


225 


Whitechurch ... 320 


Glantane 


226 


Whitegate; ... 331 


Gl an worth 


227 


Youghal Borough ... 322 


Glen brook ,.j 
Glengariflf 


1*287 
228 


County Deputy Lieutenants ... 453 


Glenville 
Glounthane, or New Glanmire . 


229 
230 


Justices of the Peace ... 453 
Officials ... 458 


Goleen 


230 


Rates ... 470 


Inchigeela 


231 


Customs ... 467 


Inniscarra 
Inuishannon 
Kanturk 


232 
232 
233 


Dispensary Districts ... 126 
Ecclesiastical Directory ... 104 
Electoral Divisions ... 128 


Kilbrittain 
Kildorrery 
Killavullen 


237 
238 
240 


Fairs now held in county Cork ... 134 
Foreign and Colonial Moneys ...xvii. 
Harbour Commissioners ... 468 


Killeagh 
Killinardrish 
Kilmacsimon 


240 
241 
242 


Income and Property Tax ... 125 
Income or Wages Table ...xxvi. 
Inland Revenue ... 467 


Kilmichael 


242 


Interest Tables xxviii. 


Kil worth 
Kingwilliamstown 


243 
245 


Irish-Speaking Population ... 103 
Licence Duties ...xxv. 


Kinsale Borough 


246 


Lunatic Asylum ... 457 


Kiskeam 


256 


Mail and other Cars ... 482 


Leap 

Liscarroll 


256 

257 


Markets of county ... 135 
Members of Parliament .. d.51 


Liiievane 


2 5^ Mercantile Marine Board ... 46^ 


Lissarda ... 
Little Island 
Macroom 


2 5 S Military ... 524 
2 |9 Minerals, Coal, etc, in county ... 44 

2OO XL1 - 


Mallow Borough 
Meelin 


263 
283 


xwnu ... ^yj 

Official Directory County ... 453 
Parishes and Benefices ... 112 


Midleton 


270 


Parishes and Townlancis ... 45 


Milford 
Millstreet 
M inane Bridge 


274 
276 
277 


Per-Centage Table . . . xxx. 
Petty Sessions Districts and Clerks 133, 329 
Pilots, and Pilot Rates ... 468 


Mitchelstown 


278 


Poor Law Unions ... 118 


Monkstown 


282 


Port of Cork ... 468 


Newcourt 
Newmarket 


283 
283 


Postal Information, general ... xvii. 
,, city of Cork ... 519 


Newtown- Shandrum 




Post Towns of Ireland ... 484 


Ovens 
Passage West 
Pierson's Bridge 


290 


Presentments, Summary of ... 19 
,, for Repairing Roads ... 22 
Prize Commission ... 470 


Queenstown 


290 


Process Servers ... 132 


Rathconuac 


3<x> 


Public Statutes, Index to ... 28 


Ringaskiddy 
Riverstown 


301 

302 


Quarter Sessions ... 131 
,, ,, Chairmen ... 458 


Rochestown 
Rockchapel 


304 
283 


Railways, etc, with Passenger and Par- 
cel rates) ... 476 


Rock Island 


304 


Registrars' Districts 126, 128 


Rockmills 
Rosscarberry 


305 

305 


Registrars of Marriages ... 467 
Religion Bodies in county Cork ... 41 


Rostellan 
SL Anne's hill 
Schull (or Skull) 
Shanagarry 


307 
308 
308 
309 


Resident Magistrates ... 116 
Rural Sanitary Authorities ... 458 
Stamp and Legacy Duties, etc. ... xix. 
Stamp Distributors ... 467 


Shanballymore 


3io 


Statistics county Cork ... 4 


Skibbereen 


3" 


city of Cork ... 508 


Summercove 


3'5 


Statute and Irish Land Measures ... xxxi 


Templemartin 
Timoleague 


315 
3i6 


Steamship Communication ... 481 
Table of Number of Days ...xxx. 


Tourmore 
Tully lease 


3'7 
224 


Topographical (see also each Postal 
District) . ... I 


Unionhall 


3'7 


Towing Rates ... 470 


Upton 


3*8 


Townland Valuation county Cork... 46 


Waterfall 


319 


Towns and Villages . 2"> 


Watergrasshill 


3 20 Transatlantic Steamers ... 482 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



The Munster Bank, Limited 



BANKING. 
Page 

... 18 | The National Bank 

INSURANCE. 



Page 

2 



Church of England Life and Fire ... vi. 

Commercial Union Life and Fire ... 616 
Crown Life, Scottish Fire, Norwich 

and London Plate Glass ... 30 

London Assurance Corporation ... 33 

Marine Insurance ... 24 

National Assurance Co. of Ireland ... 23 



North British and Mercantile ... vi. 

Patriotic Assurance Company of 

Ireland ... 19 

Royal ... 21 

Scottish Equitable Life ... 24 

Scottish Provident Institution ... 21 
Scottish Widows' Fund inside front ewer 



Angel Hotel 

Gresham Hotel, Dublin 

Imperial Hotel 



HOTELS. 

35 Milliard's Hotel, Fermoy ... 222 

36 Railway and Commercial, Bandon ... 155 
ix. Varian's Family Hotel ... 14 



Francis Guy 
Francis Guy's 
Wm. Marsh and Son 
Abraham J. Hayes 



Page 
. 604/5 

XXXV. 

. 27 
313 



MISCELLANEOUS 

Account Book Manufacturer 
Almanac, County and City 
Auctioneers and Valuators 

,, ,, Skibbereen 

Boarding and Day School (Civil, Military, and Collegiate) Principal, W. J. Knight, 

LL.D, A.B, T.C.D. 150, 158, 184, 264, 272, 2Q2 

Boarding School for Young Ladies, Blackrock ... Ursufme Convent .. 164 

Bookbinding . . . Francis Guy ... 13 

Boot and Shoe Warehouses ... Bernard King and Co vii. 

,, ,, ... James Burchill ... 4 

,, ,, Richard Magrath, inside front cover 

,, ,, Munster Boot Co. inside front cover 

,, ,, ... Richard Daly ... 9 

Brusli Manufacturers 

Builder 

Carriage Manufacturers 



Chemists, Druggists, Perfumers, etc. 


and Medical Establishment 

China, Glass, and Earthenjvare Warehouse, Yuiighal 
Commission and Livery Establishment, Comvay's Yard 



Congenital Alopecia 

Drapers, Wholesale and Retail 

,, Linen and Woollen 

Woollen 

,, and General Warehouse, Kinsale 

,, Youghal 

,, House Furnishing, etc 
Engineers, Millwrights, etc 



Fancy Articles 

Fan.i and Garden Seed Warehouse, Kinsale 
Funeral Undertaker 

, , , , Fermoy 

Furnishing Ironmongery and General Hardware Houses 

,, ,, Gas Fittings, etc. 



. Varian Brothers ...vm. 

,.. Samuel Thomas ... 34 
Daniel Canty inside front cover 
... Michael Herlihy .. 31 
... Robert Julian ... 6, 7 

... D. Mullins and Sons ... 13 
.. W. & H. M. Gould ing 608 
... Thomas R. Lester ...604(7 
... Wm. Harrington & Son i 
.. Alexander Cole ... 324 

.. Michael Callaghan ... 27 
.. G. R. Dyer and Sons... 35 
.. Pigott and Son ...496^ 

.. Corbett & Co. x, 496 

.. The Munster Arcade ... 544 
.. J. O'Ca'laghan .. 12 

.. Nicholas J . Walsh ... 253 
... J. Merridc ... 327 

.. The Queen's Old Carfle 3 
.. John Kennedy ... 31 

... D. Macilwraith and Son 32 
... Francis Guy .. 38 

.. Nicholas J. Walsh .. 253 
... Michael Callaghan ... 29 
... H. A. Daniels ... 217 

.. John Perry and Sons ... iv. 
.. J. Edmundson & Co. ... 28 



xvt FRANCIS GUY'S DIRECTORY. 

Pagt 

Great Southern and Western Railway .. John Wallis, Carrier ... 34 

Grocery, Wine and Spirit Store, bakery, etc, Kinsale ... R. Cogan ... 255 

.. Henry C. Fryer ...254 

Gunmaker and Gunpowder Merchant ... T.W.Murray ... 10 

,, Youghal ... M. Loughlan ... 327 

Hair Dye, (the British Army) ... Fred. Lewis and Co. .. 31 

Homeopathic Chemist ... Thomas R, Lester ... 615 

House and Land Agents ... William Daly ... 9 

... W. B. Lacy ... 616 

Investments, Loans, Purchases ... Mac Carthy & Hanrahan 17 

John Newton's Guaranteed Chemical Manures ... John Giusani, agent ... 37 

Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway ... Rogers and Co., agents 15 

Lithography ... Francis Guy xxxiii. 

Loans in connection with Life Insurance . . . John Walter Bourke ... 20 

Oil and Colour Warehouse ... Baker and Wright ... II 

Ordnance Survey Maps ... Francis Guy, agent ... 250 

Outfitting Warehouse ... Daniel Flynn,jun. ... 14 

,, and House Furnishing Warehouse ... Geo. S. Barry, Kinsale 253 

Paperhanging Warehouses, Painters, Decorators, etc- ... W. H. Bible ... iii. 

,, ... John O'Connell and Co. 34 

,, ,, ... John Daly ... viii. 

Paper Mill Stores ... James Ryan ... 29 

Photographic Portraiture Francis Guy inside lack cover, xxxvi. 

Portland Cement . .Thompson Bros do. front cover 

Printers, Lithographers, Account Book Makers, etc. ... Guy Brothers ...3600 

,, ,, ,, ... Francis Guy 

inside front and back cover, pp. xxxiii, xxxiv, 604$, 8, 13, 33, 38 

,, ... Purcell and Co ...5960 

Salt and Lime Works ... Charles Daly and Son... 30 

Salt, Lime, and Coke Works ... Mrs. Jerh. Carroll ... 30 

Science Text Books ... Collins' ... 16 

Sewing Machines, Raymond's ... W.B.Moore ... 39 

The Singer ... James Burchill, agent... 4 

Ship, Commission, and Forwarding Agents ... Daly, Foley, & Galwey 34 

Show Cards and Colour Printing ... Francis Guy ... 33 

Slates (Irish) Benduff and Froe Company ... John Atkins, manager... 30 

Stationers, Booksellers, Paper Maker's Agents, etc. ... W. andT. Evans ... 5 

Law ... Francis Guy, inside back cover 

Commercial ... Francis Guy xxxiv. 

Fancy ... Francis Guy ... 38 

Steam Printing, Lithographic, and Bookbinding Works ... Francis Guy.'s xxxiii, 8 

Steel Pens .. John Heath's ... 35 

Stock and Share Broker, House and Land Agent ... Michael Carey ... 32 

Surgeon Dentist ... Mr. L. J. Egan ... 24 

Tea Stores, Wholesale and Family ... T. M'Swiney, /' //*/ 

Dealers, Grocers, Wholesale Confectioners, etc ... J. Langlands & Co. ... 32 

and Wine Merchants ... Atkins Brothers ... v. 

Wine, Spirit, and Salt Merchants, Kinsale ... Hogan Brothers ... 251 

Time and Fare Table, Railway, Steamboat, etc. ... Francis Guy's xxxv. 

Tinplate, Sheet Iron, Copper and Zinc Workers ... Williamson and Wolfe 29 

To Butter Makers . . . R. J. Fullwood and Co. 25 

Warehousemen and Importers ... Atkins Brothers ... v. 

Watchmakers, Jewellers ; Vestment & Church Plate AVarehse Wm. Egan and Sons 24 

,, and Plate Warehouse ... Francis Jackson ... vii. 

,, Opticians, etc. ..- Hilser Brothers ...4Q6a 

,, ,, Stationery, Music & Fancy Wrse. J. J. Barber, Fermoy... 219 

Whitesmith, Locksmith, and Bellhanging Works - ... Benjamin Watson ... 28 

Window Blind Manufacturers ... Henry Millikin and Son 35 

Wine and Spirit Merchants ... John Keanlon & Sons... 26 

,, ,, ... Barth. Daly and Sons 26 

... Samuel A. Hall ... ii. 

,, ,, ... W. Downing and Son 32 

,, Kinsale ... N. J: Walsh ... 252 

Zinc and Galvanized Iron Works, etc. ,.. J. Hassell ... 28 



GENERAL INFORMATION. xvii. 



POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. 

ALL INLAND LETTERS and PACKETS must be prepaid in stamps, at the following rates 
of postage : 

For a letter not exceeding I oz. ... ...id. 

exceeding i 02. but not exceeding 2 oz. i^d. 
2 oz. 4 oz. 2</. 



4 oz. 

6 oz. 

8oz. 

10 oz. 



6 oz. 2\d. 

8 oz. 3</. 

IO oz. $\d. 

12 OZ. Ad. 



A letter exceeding the weight of 12 oz. is liable to a postage of i</. for every ounce, 
beginning with the first ounce. A letter, for example, weighing between 14 and 15 ozs. 
must be prepaid fifteen pence. 

No Inland Letter or Packet must exceed 18 inches in length, 9 inches in width, and 6 
inches in depth. 

Postage stamps are of the respective values of \d t id, i\d, 2d, 2\d t 3<f, qd, 6V/, gd, 
lev/, is, 2s, and $s. 

INLAND POST CARDS bearing an impressed halfpenny stamp are available for trans- 
mission in the United Kingdom only. On the front or stamped side nothing more than 
the address must be written or printed ; on the reverse side any communication, whether 
of the nature of a letter or otherwise, may be written or printed. The official <( stout" 
Post Cards are sold at the rate of 8</per 12 cards, or $d per 6 cards. The "thin" 
cards are sold at the rate of 7</for 12 cards, or ^\d for 6 cards. Neither the stout nor 
the thin cards are sold singly. 

FOREIGN POST CARDS intended for transmission to the foreign countries comprised 
within the General Postal Union are sold at the rate of i\d. each. 

NEWSPAPERS. The postage of a newspaper within the United .Kingdom is one half- 
penny, which must be prepaid either by a postage stamp or a stamped wrapper. No news- 
paper can be sent through the post a second time for the original postage. For each 
transmission a fresh postage is required. 

BOOK POST. The postage is one halfpenny for every 2 oz. or part of that weight. A 
book-packet may contain any number of separate books, magazines, reviews, pamphlets, 
and maps, photographs when not on glass or in frames, and circulars wholly or in part 
printed, engraved, or lithographed ; but a book-packet may not contain any letter, unless 
it be a circular-letter or be wholly printed, nor any enclosure sealed or in any way closed 
against inspection. Entries merely stating who sends the book, etc, or to whom it is 
given, are not regarded as a letter. The letter rate of postage must be prepaid for any 
communication of the nature of a letter, not wholly printed, whether it be placed in a 
closed envelope or an open cover, unless a post card is used for the purpose. No book- 
packet may be above 5 Ibs in weight, nor above 18 inches in length, 9 inches in width, or 
six inches hi depth. 

REGISTRATION. The fee for registering a letter, newspaper, or book-packet passing 
between two places in the United Kingdom is fourpence. Letters, newspapers, book- 
packets, and patterns may also be registered to the British Colonies, the United States of 
America, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland (via Belgium), and the German States, and also to 
the British post-office in Egypt and Constantinople, but to other Foreign Countries only 
letters and packets prepaid at the letter rate can be registered. Registered Letters, how- 
ever, addressed to France, or to any Foreign Country, the correspondence of which is 
sent by the French mail, is chargeable with a registration fee of the same amount as the 
postage. The registration of a packet makes its transmission much more secure, inasmuch 
as under ordinary circumstances a registered packet can be traced through its whole 
course. All inland or colonial letters which contain coin, and all inland letters which 
contain watches or jewellery, even though they be posted without registration, are treated 
as registered, and charged on delivery with a double registration fee of eightpence in 
addition to the ordinary postage. 

SAVINGS BANK. Deposits of One Shilling, or of any number of Shillings, or of 
Pounds and Shillings, may be made by any person at the Post office Savings Banks, pro- 
vided that each depositor shall not make deposits amounting to more than 30?. in any 
year, ending the 3ist December, or make any further deposit when the amount standing 
in his name, exclusive of interest, exceeds 150^. When any depositor's principal and 
nterest amount together to 2OO/, all interest will cease so long as the balance of the 



FRANCI? GUY'S DIRECTORY, 



account continues to amount to the said sum of 200. Interest, calculated yearly at the 
rate of 2\ per cent, per annum will be allowed on every complete pound deposited. 

GOVERNMENT INSURANCES AND ANNUITIES. The Postmaster-General is empowered 
under the Act 27 and 28 Vic, c. 43, to insure the lives of persons of either sex, between 
the ages of 16 and 60, for not less than 2O/. or more than ioo/. He is also empowered, 
under the same Act to grant Immediate or Deferred Anuuities of not more than 50.'. per 
annum, on the lives of either sex, and of the age of IO years and upwards. 

TRANSMISSION OF MONEY, BY MONEY ORDERS. The commission on Inland Money 
Orders is : 



For sums under i os. id. 

of lev. and under il. ... 2d. 

ll. 2t. ... 3</. 

2/. 3/. ... tf. 

3'- .. & - $<* 

.. 4/. ' '- - 6J- 



For sums of 5/. and under 61. 
61. 7/. 



06 

io/. 



Id. 
&f. 
9*. 

IQtt. 

lid. 

IS. 



Alexandria Denmark 

Berbice (New Am- Egypt 

sterdam Falkland Islands 

Belgium France ( Paris only) 

Belize (British Hon- German Empire 

durus) Gibraltar 

British Columbia Gold Coast 

Cape of Good Hope Heligoland 

Canada Holland 

Ceylon (Colombo) Hong Kong 

Constantinople India 

Coquimbo Italy 

Demerara (Georgetn) Malta 



South Australia 

Straits Settlements 

Suez 

Switzerland 

Tasmania 

United States 

Valparaiso 

Victoria 

West Coast of Africa 

West Indies 

Western Australia 

Yokohama 



Except in cases of Firms (where usual designation is sufficient), money orders are issued 
in the full surname, and at least one Christian name, both of sender and receiver, together 
with the sender's address. When the remitter directs at the time of issue (which he is at 
liberty to do), that the Order by being crossed like a cheque, be made payable only 
through a bank, it is left to his option to give or withhold the name of the payee ; and 
when the order is thus presented the question put on the presentation of an ordinary 
Money Order is dispensed with. 

Money Orders are issued in the United Kingdom on the following Colonies, British 
agencies, and Foreigh countries : 

Mauritius 
Natal 

New Brunswick 
Newfoundland 
New South Wales 
New Zealand 
Nova Scotia 
Prince Edward Isld. 
Queensland 
St Helena 
Seychelle Islands 
Shanghai 
Smyrna 
The scale of commission for Orders payable abroad is as follows : 

If payable in Belgium, France, the German Empire, Heliogoland, Holland, Italy, 
Switzerland, Gibraltar, Malta, or Constantinople, for sums not exceeding 2/., gd. ; 
above 2l. and not exceeding 5^., is. 6d. ; above 5^. and not exceeding "jl., 2s. 3</. ; 
above jl. and not exceeding io/., 3^. 

If payable in any other place abroad (including British India, the United States of 
America, and most of the British Colonies), authorized to transact business with 
this country, for sums not exceeding 2/., is. ; above 2/. and not exceeding 5/., ZK"; 
above 5/. and not exceeding 7/., 3.?. ; above 7/. and not exceeding io/., 4*. 

FOREIGN MAILS are made up in London, and become due as follows : Austria, France, 
German Empire, Holland, Italy, Russia, Switzerland, etc, twice daily, (Sunday excepted). 
Australia (via Brindisi), made up about 3rd Friday monthly, due about 2nd Monday 
monthly ; (via Southampton or San Francicso) made up 1st Thursday monthly, due 3rd 
Monday monthly. British West Indies, made up 2nd and I7th of each month, due about 
1 3th and 28th. Cape of Good Hope, made up 5th, 15th, and 25th of each month, due 
about 5th, I5th. and 24th. India (via Brindisi), made up every Friday, due every Mon- 
day ; (via Southampton) made up every Thursday, due every Monday. United States and 
Canada, made up in Cork (via Queenstown), at mid day every Sunday. Wednesday, and 
Friday. 

GENERAL POSTAL UNION. The counties which have formed themselves into a union 
are Austro-Hungary, Belgium, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, 
Italy, Luxemburg, the Netherlands. Norway, Portugal, Roumania, Russia, Servia, Spain, 
Sweden. Switzerland, Turkey, and the United States ; but, as regards France the treaty 
will not take effect until the 1st January, 1276. The general union rate of postage estab- 
lished by the treaty is twopence-halfpenny per half-ounce letter. A new postage stamp 
of the value of twopence-halfpenny has been issued for sale to the public, and may be 
obtained at all post offices. Foreign post cards, bearing an impressed stamp of the value 



POSTAL INFORMATION. 



xix. 



of one penny farthing, may also be obtained for transmission to any of the countries of 
the union. The rates to other Foreign Countries per half-ounce letter remain as hereto- 
fore, viz. : Australia and New Zealand (via Brindisi) gd. t (via Southampton) 6d. ; Canada 
(via United States), 4?. ; Cape of Good Hope, is. ; India (via Southampton) <)</., (via 
Brindisi), is. Newspapers can be sent to the Colouies and most Foreign Countries for id. 

TELEGRAMS. The charge for Telegrams throughout the United Kingdom, but excepting 
the Scilly, Orkney, and Shetland Islands, is is. for the first 20 words, and $d. for every 
additional five words, the names and addresses of the sender and receiver not being counted. 
When the office from which the message is delivered is a Head Post Office, the amount 
paid for the transmission of a message covers the cost of delivery within the town postal 
delivery of that office ; but when it is not a Head Post office, the message is delivered free 
only within the limit of one mile. When the addressee resides beyond the above-des- 
cribed limits, porterage is charged at the rate of 6d. per double mile, provided the whole 
distance to be traversed does not exceed three double miles. Either a stamped telegram 
card, or a telegram form enclosed in an envelope, addressed "Telegraph Office," may be 
posted without additional charge in a wall or pillar box, or in the letter box of a Receiving 
Office or Sub-Post Office. Telegrams so posted are sent on to the nearest Postal Tele- 
graph Office by the first collection from the letter-box in which they are deposited, and are 
thence transmitted by wire as soon as possible. Payment of messages may be made be 
made by affixing postage stamps to the message-forms which are supplied gratis at all 
postal telegragh offices. 

FOREIGN TKLEGRAAH RATES, per Twenty Words, from London to Stations in 



Australia, Port Darwin 


.../o 


fi 


6 


Cairo ... .. 


... /I 


14 





,, South... 


, 


6 


6 


France 


... o 




4 


Victoria ... 


. Q 


8 


fi 


Germany ... 


o 


6 




,, Queensland ... 
New South Wales 
Austria and Hungary ... 
Belgium ... 


i ON CN O C 


16 
ii 
6 
? 


6 
6 
o 
6 


India, West of Chittagong 
,, East of Chittagong 
Italy 
Russia in Europe ... 


... 4 
... 4 
... o 
... o 




4 
7 

IO 





6 
n 


China, Hong Kong 


... 6 


o 


o 


Switzerland 


... o 


5 


10 



s. d. 



STAMP AND LEGACY DUTIES, etc, 

Administration Duties, see Probate 

Admission to be fellow of College of Physicians ... , ... 25 

,, to act as an attorney, solicitor, or proctor ... ... 25 

,, as a student in either of the four Inns of Court in England, or of the 

King's Inns, Dublin ... ... 25 

,, to act as barrister or advocate ... ... ... ... ... ... 5 

Persons admitted barristers in England or in Ireland may be admitted in the 
other part of the United Kingdom on the payment of io/. duty. 

Affidavit or Statutory Declaration Not to be used in any Court of Law or 
Equity, or before any judge or master ... ... 

Agreement under hand only, of the value of 5^. or upwards, and not other- 
wise charged 

An adhesive stamp cannot lawfully be afjixed to an agreement after signature 
by any party. 

Appointment of a new Trustee, and appointment in execution of a power of land 
or other property, where made by any writing, not being a will 

Appraisement, or Valuation of any estate or effects, dilapidations, repairs, mate- 
rials and labour, or artificer's work : 
Not exceeding .5 ... o o 3 

Above 5 and not exceedg io ... o o 6 

,, 10 ,, 20 ...010 

,, 20 30 ... o I 6 

,, 30 ,, 40 ... O 2 O 

Apprentices' Indentures For every 5 or fractional part of 5 of premium 

,, If no premium, or one not exceeding 10 ... 

Duplicate of any indenture liable to Stamp Duty (see Duplicate) 

Articles of clerkship in order to admission as an attorney, solicitor, or proctor 80 o O 
Assignment of Judgment see Transfer of Mortgage 
Attorney, see Licences, 



026 



006 



O 10 O 



Above 40 and not excdg. 50 
50 loo 

,, 100 200 

200 500 

500 



O 2 

o *5 

O IO 

13 

1 O 

nil. 



XX. 



FRANCIS GUY'S DIRECTORY. 



Award, where the value shall not exc'd. 5 o o 

o 10 

15 

1 O 



Above 5 and not excdg. 10, o 


o 6 


, 10 


20 O 


I O 


> 


20 


30 o 


i 6 


* 


30 


40 o 


2 


i 


40 


50 o 


2 6 





So 


100 O 


5 o 



Above 100 and not excclg 6200 
200 ,, 500 

500 750 i 

750 1000 i 



looo, and in all other cases 115 



t. d. 

3 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 



Bill of Exchange, Draft or Order, on demand... ... ... ... o o I 

Bill of Exchange (Inland and Foreign) or Promissory Note : 

Not exceeding $ ... o o i 

Above 5 and not exceeding i o ... 002 

10 25... 003 

25 ,, 50... 006 fractional part of i oo. o I o 

Bill of Exchange drawn in a set the full duty to be paid on one of the set 
the rest to be exempt. 

Bill of Lading ... ... ... ... ... ... ...006 

Bond, Foreign Security, Mortgage, Warrant of Attorney, or other In- 
strument, given as a security for payment of any definite and certain sum : 



Above 50 and not excdg. 75 ... 
75 I0 ... 

loo, for every 100 or 
fractional part of 100. 



Not exceeding 25... 008 


Above 200 and not excdg 250 


o 


6 


3 


Above 25 and not excedg. 50 .. 013 


250 300 





7 


6 


50 ico... 026 


300, then for every ico 








,, 100 150.. 039 


or fractional part 








150 200 .. o 5 o 


thereof 


o 


2 


6 


Any other Warrant of Attorney 


o 


IO 





Bond collateral with a Mortgage. For every 100 or fractional part 


o 


O 


6 


Bond Transfer or assignment of; for every sum of 100, or fractional part of 








100 ... 








6 


Cards, for every pack of playing cards ... 








3 


Certificate of the Registration of a Design 


5 


o 





Certified Copy or Extract of or from any Register of Births, Marriages, 








Deaths, or Burials 








i 


Charter-Party 








6 


Commission to any Officer in the Army or Royal Marines 


I 


10 


o 


Commission of Lunacy 





5 





Contract Note relating to the sale or purchase of Stocks, Funds, or Securities, 








Share or Shares, of the amount or value of 5, or upwards 


o 





I 


Conveyances. Where the purchase or consideration money shall not exceed 








exceed 5 


o 





6 


Excedg. 5 & not excedg. 10... o i o 


175 200... 







o 


, 10 15... o i 6 


,, 2OO 225... 




2 


6 


, 15 20... 020 


- 225 250... 




5 





, 2O 25... O26 


250 275... 




7 


6 


, 25 SO... 050 


M 275 300 .. 




10 


o 


, 50 75- 076 


300, then for every 50, 








, 75 100... o 10 o 


or any fractional 








, loo 125... o 12 6 


part thereof ... 





s 





, 125 150... o 15 o 


See Duplicate. 








, 150 175- o 17 6 









Conveyance, in consideration of an annual sum, payable for an indefinite 

period (save for a life), a duty according to amount payable for 20 years. 
And where payable during a life, a duty according to amount payable for 12 

years. 

Deeds and Certificates annexed to Contracts for redemption of Chief Rents, 
liable as Conveyance, on sale. 

Copy, attested, of any deed, agreement, &c. 

Cost-Book Mines. Any note, instrument, or writing, authorizing the purser 
of any Mining Company, conducted on the Cost-Book system, to register 
any tiausfer of >iiares or part of any share in a mine, or any notice to such 
purser of transfer 



O I 



006 



STAMP DUTIES. xxi. 

Covenant for securing a sum of money. An ad valorem duty as on a bond or 
mortgage. 

Debentures or Certificate entitling any person to receive any drawback, &c. s. d. 
Where the drawback or bounty shall not exceed 10 ... ... ... o I o 

Exceeding 10, and not exceeding 50 ... ... ... ...026 

Exceeding 50 ... ... ... ... ... ... ...050 

Certificate preliminary to the foregoing ... ... ... ...040 

Debenture, under Land Debenture Act. See Mortgage. 

Transfer thereof. See Transfer of Mortgage. 
Debenture Stock. See Transfer. 

Declaration of any use or trust, concerning any property by writing, not a 

deed or will, not otherwise charged... ... ... ... ... o 10 o 

If by deed. See Deed. 

Declaration, Statutory.^ Affidavit. 

Deed not specially charged, nor expressly exempted ... ... ... 1150 

Design, Copyright of. See Certificate 

Dispensation, authorizing any person to act as a Notary Public in Ireland ... 20 o o 
Of any other kind, in Ireland, not otherwise charged ... ... ... 25 o o 

Delivery Order, entitling the holder to the delivery of Goods of the vajue of 
405. or upwards, lying in any Dock, Wharf, or Warehouse, such order 
being signed by the owner of such goods, on the sale of the property (to be 
paid by the person requiring it) ... ... ... ... ... o O I 

Dock Warrant. See Warrant for Goods. 

Draft, or Order, or Letter of Credit, for the payment of any sum of money, 
whether to the bearer or order, on demand, or to have credit given for sum 
mentioned therein ... ... ... ... ... ... O o I 

Duplicate or Counterpart of Deed of any description, chargeable with stamp 
duty, where such duty shall not exceed 55. The same duty as on originaL 

Ecclesiastical Licences. For marriage, if special ... ... ... 500 

For non -residence of clergyman ... ... ... ... ... 100 

To hold the office of Lecturer, &c. , or for licensing a building for the perfor- 
mance of divine service, or for authorizing any matter which regards a 
consecrated building or ground (save where expressly exempted) ... o 10 o 

Licence not otherwise charged ... ... ... ... ... 200 

No duty chargable on any licence to preach or exercise any other spiritual 
function, such licence not being a licence to hold the office of lecturer, &c. , 
and no emolument attached to the exercise of the function for which, 
license granted. 

Exchange, Instrument of. If only a sum under ioobe paid for equality of 

exchange ... ... ... ... ... ... ..-. o to o 

But if 100 or upwards be paid the same ad valorem duty as on a Con- 
veyance on the sale of lands, &c. ... ... ... ... ... o 10 o 

If no consideration... ... ... ... ... ... ... o 10 o 

Game-keeper, Appointment of a ... ... ... ... ... o 10 o 

Grant or Letters Patent of any honour or Dignity, viz. : Duke, 350; 
Marquis, 300 ; Earl, 250 ; Viscount, 200 ; Baron, 150; Precedence, 
100 ; Baronet, 100; any other Honor or DifniUy, 30. 

Grant or Licence by sign manual to take a surname pursuant to will or 

settlement ... .. ... ... ... ... ... 50 o o 

Similar grant on voluntary application ... ... ... ... 10 o o 

Grant of Arms or Armorial Ensigns only ... ... ... ... 10 o o 

Grant, &c., of property belonging to the Crown, or being the private property 
of the Sovereign. Same duty as on instruments between subjects. 

Grant or Appointment of, or to any office or employment, a duty according 
to the salary, fees, and emoluments. 



FRANCIS GUY'S DIRECTORY. 



Insurance Policies : LIFE. Policy of Assurance on Lives for any sum not s - 
exceeding 10 ... .. ... ... ... ... ... o o 

Above 10 and not above 25 ... ... ... ... ... o o 

Above 25 and not above 500 : For every 50 and fractional part ... o o 

Above 500 and not above 1,000 : For every 100 and fractional part ... o I 
Above 1,000 : For every 1,000 and fractional part ... ... ... o 10 

ACCIDENTAL DEATH or PERSONAL INJURY, or by way of Indemnity 

against Damage to any Property ... ... ... ... ... o o I 

SEA. Upon any Voyage whatever, for every full sum of 100, and for any 

fractional part of 100, thereby insured ... ... ... ...003 

For every Policy for time ; for every 100, and any fractional part of 100 
thereby insured : 

Where the insurance shall be made for any time not exceeding six 

months... ... ... ... ... ... ...003 

Where the insurance shall be made for any time exceeding six months 

and not exceeding twelve months ... ... ... ...006 

If the separate interests of two or more distinct persons shall be insured by 
one policy for a voyage or for time, then the duty of 3d., or the duty of 
3d. or 6d., as the case may require, shall be charged in respect of each 
separate or distinct interest. 

Joint Stock Companies. Memorandum of Association and articles of asso- 
ciation to be stamped as deeds. 

Judgments. For and upon every Assignment of any Judgment : see Transfer 
of Mortgage, etc. 

Leases : Lease, or Agreement, for any term less than a year 

Of any dwelling:house, or part of, at a rent not above .10 o o I 

Of any furnished dwelling-house, or apartments, at a rent above .25 ... o 2 6 
Of any lands, etc, save as above. The same duty as on a lease for a year at 
the rent for the definite term. 

Lease for any other definite term, or for any indefinite term 
In respect of the fine or consideration. Same duty as on a conveyance. 
In respect of the rent, as follows : 





If term definite 


If term exceeds 






and not above 35 


35 years, but 


If term exceeds 




years, or is 


not above 100 


100 years. 




indefinite. 


years. 




Not exceeding 5 per annum... 


s. d. 
o o 6 


s. d. 
030 


s. d. 
060 


Exceeding 








,5 and not exceeding ^10, 


O I O 


060 


O 12 O 


10 15, 


o i 6 


090 


18 


15 20, 


020 


q 12 o 


140 


20 25, 


026 


o 15 o 


I 10 


25 So, 


050 


I 10 


300 


5 75. 


076 


250 


4 10 o 


75 100 


1O 


300 


600 


For every full sum of .50, and 








also for any fractional part of 








50 


050 


I IO O 


300 



Lease of any other kind o 10 o 

Legacy and Succession Duty : 
Lineal issue or lineal ancestor of the predecessor ... ... ... ... i p. cent 

Brothers and sisters of the predecessor and their descendants... ... ... 3 p. cent 

Brothers and sisters of the fat icr and mother of the predecessor and their 

descendants ... 5 p.cent 



STAMP DUTIES. 

Legacy and Succession Duty continued. 
Brothers and sisters of a grandfather or grandmother of the predecessor and 

and their descendants ... ... ... ... ... 6 p. cent 

Any other person ... ... ... 10 p. cent 

Legacy to husband or wife exempt. 
Letters of Administration, see Probate. s. d. 

Letter of Allotment of any share of any Company, or in respect of any loan 
raised by any Company, or of any share of any Foreign or Colonial Com- 
pany, or of any loan raised by any Foreign or Colonial Government, State, 
or Corporation ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... o o I 

Letters of Attorney. Letter of Attorney, made by a petty officer, seaman, 

or soldier serving as a marine For receiving prize-money or wages ... o I o 

Letter or Power of Attorney or Commission, Factory or Mandate, or 
other instrument in the nature thereof, for the sole purpose of appointing 
or authorizing a Proxy to vote at any one meeting at which votes may be 
given by proxy, whether the number of persons named in such instrument 
be one or more . ... ... ... ... ... ... o o I 

Letter of Attorney, for the sale, transler, or receipt of any of the Government 

or Parliamentary funds 
Not exceeding in value 20 ... ... ... ... ... ... ...05 

In any other case ... ... ... ... ... o 10 o 

Letter or Power of Attorney for receipt of dividends or interest of any of the 
Government or Parliamentary, etc, Stocks or Funds, or of the stock, funds, 
or shares of any joint-stock company or other company or society, whose 
stocks or funds are divided into shares and transferable 

If for receipt of one payment only ' o I o 

In any other case ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...050 

For receipt of ony sum not exceeding ^20 (except in the cases aforesaid), or 
any periodical payment (other than as aforesaid), not exceeding the 
annual sum of 10 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...050 

Letter or Power of Attorney of any other kind o 10 o 

Licences, Annual. Attorneys, Conveyancers, Proctors, and Notaries, Lon- 
don, Edinburgh, and Dublin ... ... ... ... ...900 

Elsewhere ... ... ... ... ... ... ...600 

Half only for the First Three Years. 
Bankers ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 30 c o 

Memorial for Registering Deeds. Where the instrument registered is 

chargeable with a duty under zs. 6d. Same duty as on the instrument. 
In any other case ... ... ... ... ... ... ...026 

Mortgage, see Bond. 
Transfer or Assignment of Mortgage; for every .100 or fractional part thereo' 006 

Mortgage, Release, or Reconveyance of. For every 100 or fractional part 006 

Mortgage of any Stock or Marketable Security. For every 5,000, and 

also for any fractignal part of 5,000 of the amount secured ... ... o 10 o 

Passport ... ... ... * ... ... ... ... ... 006 

Patent for Invention (letters). On petition for grant of letters patent ...500 

On certificate of record of notice to proceed ... ... ... ... 500 

On warrant of law officer on letters patent ... ... ... ... 5 

On the sealing of letters patent ... ... ... ... ...500 

On specification ... ... ... ... ... ... 500 

On the letters patent, or a duplicate thereof, before the expiration of the 

third year ... ... ... ... ... ... 50 o O 

On the letters patent, or a duplicate thereof, before the expiration of the 

seventh year. ... ... ... ... ... ... ...100 o o 

On certificate of record of notice of objection ... ... ... ...200 

On certificate of every search and inspection ... ... ... ... o l o 

On certificate of entry of assignment cr licence... ... ... ...050 

On certificate of assignment or licence, ... ... ...050 



xxiv. FRANCIS GUV'S DIRECTORY. 

Patent for Invention continued. s. d. 

On application for disclaimer ... .... ... ... ...500 

On caveat against disclaimer >.. ... ... ... ...200 

On office copie of documents for every ninety words ... . ... o o 2 

Probate and Letters of Administration. 



TESTATE (WITH WILL). 


INTESTATE (WITHOUT WILL). 


Amount of deceased's 
Personal Estate. 


Duty. 


Amount of deceased's 
Personal Estate. 


Duty. 


Above 


Under 




Above 


Under 




100 


200 


2 


100 


200 


3 


200 


300 


5 


20O 


300 


8 


300 


450 


8 


300 


450 


ii 


450 


600 


ii 


450 


600 


15 


600 


800 


IS 


6OO 


800 


22 


800 


1,000 


22 


800 


I,OOO 


30 


1,000 


1,500 


30 


I,OOO 


1,500 


45 


1,500 


2,000 


40 


1,500 


2,000 


60 


2,000 


3,OOO 


50 


2,000 


3,000 


75 


3.000 


4,000 


60 


3,000 


4,000 


90 


4,000 


5,000 


86 


4,000 


5,000 


1 20 


5,000 


6,000 


IOO 


5,000 


6,000 


150 


6,000 


7,000 


120 


6,000 


7,000 


1 80 


7.000 


8,000 


140 


7,000 


8,000 


2IO 


8,000 


9,000 


160 


8,000 


9,000 


240 


9,000 


10,000 1 80 


9,000 


10,000 


270 



O O I 



Increasing progressively to 1,000,000. 

Testate. Intestate. 

Above 1,000,000, 1,500 per 100,000. 2,250 per 100,000. 

Promissory Notes, see Bills. 

Protests. Where the stamp duty on the bill or note does not exceed one 
shilling. The same duty as on the bill or note. 

In any other case and other notarial act whatsoever 

Proxy : J Letter or Power of Attorney 

Receipt or Discharge given for or upon the payment of any sum of money, 
or the acknowledgment by post of the safe arrival of securities of money, 

amounting to 2 or upwards ... " ... ... o o 

Scrip Certificate. For and upon any scrip certificate entitling any person to 
become proprietor of any share in any Company, or sc ip certificate issued 
or delivered in the United Kingdom, entitling any person to become the 
proprietor of any share of any Foreign or Colonial Company 
Scrip or other Document denoting the right of any person as a subscriber to 
any loan raised by any Company, or issued or delivered in the United 
Kingdom, in respect of any loan raised by any Foreign or Colonial Govern- 
ment, State, or Corporation ... ... ... ... ... "... ... o 

Settlements. Any instrument, whether voluntary or upon any consideration, 
other than a bona fide pecuniary consideration, whereby any definite sum or 
sums of money, or share in any of the Government, Parliamentary, Bank 
of England or Ireland, East India, or South Sea Stocks, or any other 
Company or Corporation, shall be settled upon, or for the benefit of any 
person or persons 
If such sum or sums, or the value of such shares or stocks, or both, shall 

not exceed 100 ... ... o 

Exceeding 100, then for every ^100, or fractional part of .100 ... o 
And if containing as well any settlement of land or other property, 
matter, or thing, such further duty as such property is liable to if 
contained in a separate instrument. 



ooi 



O I 



ANNUAL LICENCE DUTIES. 



xxv. 



Settlements continued. 

Where there shall be more than one Deed for effecting any settlement 
chargeable with duty exceeding IDS, or where settlement made in 
pursuance of previous articles which have paid duty exceeding IDS, 
not liable to ad valorem duty, but only to duty under any othej 
general description. 

Succession Duty : see Legacy Duty. 
Transfer of Shares in Companies : 

If upon sale see Conveyance. 

If upon mortgage see Mortgage. 

In any other case . - 



Transfer of Debenture Stock.- 

Voting Paper 

Warrant for Goods 



-For every ,100, or fractional part ... 



Stamp Duty on Notice to Quit 

Payable under the Irish Land Act, 1870 (33 & 34 Vic. cap. 46). 
Notice to Quit (see 57th and 58th Sections of Act) 



* *. 

O IO O 

026 

O O I 



026 



Armorial bearings, painted, 
marked, or affixed to any 

carriage 2 2 o 

otherwise used or worn I I o 

Appraisers 200 

Auctioneers 10 o o 

Beer retailers (Publicans) rated 

under 20 I 2 o^ 

if spirit licence not also taken 

out 3 6 if 

rated at 20 or upwards 3 6 if 

occasional licence, (not exceed- 
ing three days,) per day.... o I o 

Chemist, or other person using a 

still o 10 o 

Dogs, licence to keep per annum o 2 o 

Game Certificates, | year 2 o o 

I year. 300 

Game Dealer 200 

Grocers (retail) : 
rated under 25 9 18 $J 

30- II o 6 

40 12 2 6 

5 13 4 7 

50, up 14 6 7f 

Guns, to use or carry a gun o 10 o 

Hawkers or Pedlars, using one 

beast of burthen, % year 2 2 .o 

per annum... 440 

House Agents 200 

Pawnbrokers 7 10 o 

Patent medicine vendors : 
cities and boroughs o IO o 

elsewhere 050 



ANNUAL LICENCE DUTIES. 

d. 



Publicans' occasional licence, 
for every day not exceeding six o 



2 6 



Refreshment Houses : 
rated under 30... o IO 6 

,, at 30 and upwards I I o 

to retail foreign wine, to be 
consumed on the premises, 
rated under 50 3 3 o 

rated at 50 and upwards... $50 
occasional licence, per day, not 
exceeding three days at one 
time O I o 

to retail foreign wine, in any 
shop, not to be consumed on 
the premises, rated under 
50 a year.... 2 2 O 

if rated at 50 or upwards 3 3 o 

Spirit retailers: 

rated under 10 2 4 

20 4 8 

25 6 12 

3 7 14 

40 8 16 

50 9 18 

50, upwards II o 

Spirit distillers and rectifiers, 
each 10 10 

Spirit dealers (not retailers) 10 IO 

,, retailers foreign liqueurs 

(additional) 2 2 

dealers of retail spirits, 
not less than a quart 

bottle (additional) 3 3 

,, Methylated, makers of...io 10 
,, retailers of... o 10 



FRANCIS GUV'S DIRECTORY. 



Sweets, dealers in 5 

retailers I 

Tobacco and snuff manufactu- 
rers from 5 

Tobacco and Snuff Dealers. . . . o 
occasional licence, not exceed- 
* ing three days at a time o 



o 4 



Vinegar Makers ... 5 5 

Wine, dealer in foreign wine, not 
having licence for retailing 
beer and spirits 10 10 

to retail foreign wine (having 
licences to retail beer and 
spirits) 2 4 



Licence-Duties imposed by the Act of 11 & 12 Vic., c. 92, on the various Implements 
used in the taking of Salmon in Ireland. 



Single salmon rods o 10 o 

Cross lines and rods i o o 

Snap nets o 15 o 

Draft nets or seines i 10 o 

Drift nets i 10 o 

Pole nets i o o 

Trammel nets, or draft nets for 

pollen o 15 o 

Bag nets 2 10 o 



Fly net 2 10 

Stake nets, or stake weirs 

(Scotch) 7 10 

Head weirs i 10 

Every box, crib, cruive, or 

drum net, in any weir for 

taking salmon or trout 2 IO 

Every gap, eye, or basket, for 

taking eels o 10 



The owners of fixed 'fisheries are to pay licence-duty for the engines used therein* 
according to the above scale, and the difference between the total amount of such licence- 
duty, and amount of 10 per cent, on the Poor Law valuation of the same, if the latter 
exceed the former ; such difference to be paid in two-half yearly gales, on the 1st day of 
February and 1st day of July. Licences are sold and issued by the several stamp distri- 
buters and sub-distributers. 

The 2ist section, nth and I2th Vic., c. 92, exempt rods used for taking trout, perch, 
pike, &c., only. 



TABLE OF INCOME OR WAGES. 





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s. d. 


s. d. 


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368 


o 15 4i 


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068 


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084 


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16 13 4 


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30 


25 o o 


5 15 4^ 


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12 


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4 7i 


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33 6 8 


7 13 ioi 


i i ii 


13 


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41 13 4 


9 I2 3f 


i 7 4i 


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6C5 


50 


II IO 9; 


I 12 loi 


15 


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5 9: 




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7C D 


58 6 8 


13 9 2j- 


i 18 4\ 


16 


6 8 


6 ii 




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800 


66 13 4 


IS 7 8; : 


2 3 10 


17 
18 


8 4 

10 O 


6 6; 

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1000 


75 o o 
83 6 8 


1.7 6 ij- 
19 4 7;' 


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2 I 4 9j 














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If the sum bi guineas instead of pjuucj, for every guinea add iJ. to the month, or \id. to the week. 



GENERAL INFORMATION. 



xvn 



TABLE OF FOREIGN AND COLONIAL MONEYS. 



COUNTRY. 



MONEYS. 



Australia 

Austria 

Belgium 

Brazil 

Bremen 

Buenos Ayres 

Canada 

Cape Colony 

China 

Cuba 

Demerara 

Denmark 

Egypt 

France 

Frankfort (Mayn) 
Germany 

Gibraltar 

Greece 

Hamburg 

Holland 
India 

Italy 

Japan 

Malta 

Mexico, Chili, etc. 

Monte Video 

Morocco 

Naples 

New Brunswick 

New Granada 

Norway 

Nova Scotia 

Persia 

Portugal 

Prussia, etc. 

Roman States 

Russia 

Sicily 

Singapore 
Spain 

Sweden 
Switzerland 
Turkey 
United States 



Venetia 

West Indies, British 



Pounds, shillings, and pence sterling. 

100 new kreuzers = I florin . 

loo cents = I franc 

1000 reas = I paper milrea, about 

360 schwaren = 72 grotes = I rixdollar 

128 quartos = 8 rials = I paper dolhir 

100 cents = i dollar 

Exchanges reckoned as in the United States. 
Pounds, shillings, and pence sterling 
100 candarines = 10 mace = I tael 
100 cents, or 8 reals = I dollar 
too cents = i dollar 
96 skillings = i rigsbank dollar 
40 paras = I piastre 
100 centimes = equal I franc 
80 francs = 81 old livres of 20 sous 
Florin of 60 kreuzers 
North German or Prussian dollar 
South German florin 
By Treaty of .1857, 2 Prus. dollars, 3 Austrian florins 
or 3^ S. German florins = i Union 2 dollar piece 
192 quartos = 12 reals = i hard dollar 
100 centimes = I drachma 
16 schillings = I mark banco 
16 schillings = I current mark 
100 cents or 20 stivers = I florin or guil 
192 pice = 16 annas = I rupee (R) 

The lac is 100,000 rupees = 9270 
100 centesimi = I lira nuova 
100 candarines or 10 mas = equal i paper tael 
600 grani = 30 tari = 2\ scudi = I pezza 
loo cents or 8 reals = I hard dollar 
800 reis = 8 reals = I current dollar 
40 blankeels = 10 ounces = r mitkul 
zoo grani = 10 carlini = 5 tari = I ducat 
20 shillings = i Halifax currency 
loo cents = equal I new dollar 
96 skillings = i specie dollar 
20 shillings = i currency 
50 abassis = 10 karauns = I tomaun 
1000 reas = I milrea 
30 silver groschen = i thaler or dollar 
loo bajocchi = 10 paoli = i scudo 
loo copecs = equal i silver ruble 
Bank or paper ruble (abolished 1843) 
600 grani = 30 tari = 2\ scv di = I onza 
loo centesimi = I lira nuova 
loo cents = I hard dollar 
100 centavos= I real vellon 
20 reals de vtllon= I duro 
100 ore= i riksdaler-r/>fcj7y/ 
100 rappen or centimes = I franc 
40 paras = I piastre 
100 cents= l dollar ($) 
10 dollars = i eagle 

In exch: nge the dollar is valued at 4$. 6d., givin ; a premium 
for bills on London. 
loo cent simi= i lira Austria cha 
loo cent .= i dollar 
Pounds, shillings, and pence sterling 



8 l 

2 O 



NOTE, I* the above valuation, standard gold isestimated at 3 175. ioJ4, and s.lver at 5*. per ounce. 



vxviii. FRANCIS GUY'S DIRECTORY. 

A TABLE OF SIMPLE INTEREST, 

AT FOUR, FOUR AND A HALF, AND FIVE PER CENT. FROM ONE DAY TO ONE YEAR INCLUSIVE. 

NOTE. For two per cent, take the half of four per cent.; for two and a half per cent, take the half of five per cent; 
for three per cent, take three-quarters of four per cent.; and for three and a half per ceut., take off one-eighth 
from four per cent. 



i Day. 


4 per cent. 


4^ per cent. 


5 per cent. 


4 D?y. 


4 per cent. 


4& per cent 


5 per cent. 


Principal 


' d. /. 


'. d. f. 


s. d. f. 


Principal 


'. d. f. 


s. d. f. 


s- d. f. 


i 


0000 


o o o o 


o o o o 


i 


o o o o 


o o o o 


o o o o 


2 


O 


o o o o 


o o o o 


2 


O 


o o o o 


O O I 


3 


O O 


O 


o o o o 


3 


O O O I 


O O O I 


0001 


4 


0000 


o o o o 


O O O 


4 


O O I 


O O O I 


O O O 2 


5 


O O O 


o o o o 


o o o o 


5 


O O O 2 


O O O 2 


O O O 2 


6 


O O O O 


o o o o 


o o o o 


6 


O O O 2 


O O O 2 


OOO3 


7 


O O- O O 


o o o o 


o o o o 


7 


O O O 2 


OOO3 


0003 


8 


O O O O 


o o o o 


O O O I 


8 


0003 


0003 


O O I O 


9 


0*0 


O O O I 


O O O I 


9 


0003 


O O I O 


0010 


10 


O O- O I 


O O O I 


O O O I 


10 


O O I O 


O I O 


I I 


20 


0002 


O 2 


O O O 2 


20 


O O 2 


0021 


O O 2 2 


30 


0003 


0003 


0003 


3 


0030 


0032 


0033 


40 


0010 


O O I 


O I I 


40 


0040 


0042 


0051 


50 


O I I 


I I 


O O I 2 


50 


OOSI 


OS3 


O062 


100 


0022 


0023 


0031 


100 


O O IO 2 


OOII3 


OIIO 


2OO 


0051 


0053 


0062 


2OO 


OI9O 


I II 2 


0221 


250 


O062 


0071 


0080 


250 


0221 


0252 


0283 


1000 


O 2 2 I 


0252 


0283 


1000 


0890 


o 9 10 i 


O IO II 2 


2 Days. I 


O O O O 


o o o o 


o o o o 


Days. I 


O O O 


o o o o 


O O O 


2 


O O O O 


o o o o 


o o o o 


2 


0001 


O O I 


O O I 


3 


O O O 


o o o o 


o o o o 


3 


O O O I 


0001 


O O O I 


4 


O O O 


o o o o 


O O O I 


4 


O O 2 


O O 2 


O O 2 


5 


O O O 


O O O I 


O O O I 


5 


0002 


O O O 2 


000$ 


6 


O O O 


0001 


O O O I 


6 


0003 


0003 


0003 


7 


O O O 


O O O I 


O O O I 


7 


0003 


O O I O 


O O I O 


8 


O O 


0001 


O O O 2 


8 


O O I O 


I O 


I I 


9 


O O O 


0002 


O O 2 


9 


0010 


I I 


O I I 


10 


O O 2 


O O O 2 


0002 


10 


O O I I 


O I I 


0012 


20 


O O I O 


O O I O 


O I I 


20 


0022 


0023 


0031 


30 


O O I 2 


oo 13 


0013 


30 


0033 


0041 


0043 


40 


O O 2 O 


O O 2 I 


O 2 2 


40 


OOSI 


0053 


OO62 


5 


O 2 2 


0023 


0031 


50 


0062 


0071 


O08O 


100 


005 I 


0053 


0062 


100 


OIIO 


0123 


OI4I 


200 


O O IO 2 


o o n 3 


OIIO 


200 


O 2 2 I 


0252 


0283 


250 


OIIO 


0023 


0141 


250 


0283 


0303 


0350 


1000 


o 44 2 


04110 


0553 


IOOO 


IO II 2 


012 3 3 


o 13 8 i 


3 Days. I 


O O O O 


o o o o 


o o o o 


Days, i 


O O O O 


o o o o 


O 


2 


o o o o 


o o o o 


o o o o 


2 


O I 


O O O I 


O O O I 


3 


o o o o 


0001 


O O O I 


3 


O O O I 


O O O 2 


O O O 2 


4 


O O O I 


O O I 


0001 


4 


0002 


O O O 2 


0003 


5 


O O O I 


O O O I 


O O O I 


5 


OOO3 


0003 


0003 


6 


000 I 


O O 2 


O O O 2 


6 


OOO3 


O O 


o o o 


7 


O O O 2 


O O O 2 


O O O 2 


7 


O O I O 


o o o 


O O I 


8 


O O O 2 


O O 2 


0003 


8 


O I I 


O O I 


00 2 


9 


O O O 2 


0003 


0003 


9 


O O I I 


O 2 


oo 3 


10 


0003 


0003 


0003 


IO 


0012 


oo 3 


oo 3 


20 


O O I 2 


0013 


0013 


20 


O O 


0032 


0033 


30 


O O 2 I 


O 2 2 


0023 


3 


0042 


0051 


0053 


40 


0030 


0032 


0033 


40 


3061. 


0070 


0073 


SO 


0033 


0041 


0043 


So 


0073 


0083 


0093 


100 


0072 


0083 


0093 


100 


0133 


0153 


0172 


200 


0133 


0153 


0172 


200 


0272 


O 2 II 2 


0331 


250 


0172 


I 10 


O 2 O 2 


250 


0331 


0381 


0411 


1000 


0663 


0743 


0822 


IOOO 


013 i 3 


o 14 9 2 


01651 



FRANCIS GUY'S DIRECTORY. 



XXIX. 



Interest Table continued. 



7 Days. 


4 per cent. 


tYt per cent. 


5 per cent. 


10 Days. 


4 per cent. 


4% per cent. 


5 per cent. 


Principal 


' d. f. 


* d. f. 


'. d. f. 


Principal 


*. d. /. 


s> d. f. 


*. d. f. 


i 


o o o o 


o o o o 


o o o o 


i 


O O O I 


O O I 


O O O I 


2 


O O O I 


O O O I 


O O I 


2 


O O O 2 


O O 2 


O O O 2 


3 


O O O 2 


O O O 2 


O O O 2 


3 


0003 


OOO3 


OOO3 


4 


O O O 2 


0003 


0003 


4 


I O 


O I 


I I 


5 


OOO3 


O I 


0010 


5 


I I 


O O I I 


O O I 2 


6 


O O O 


O I 


O I I 


6 


O O I 2 


0013 


0013 


7 


O O I 


O I I 


O I 2 


7 


0013 


O 2 


O 2 I 


8 


O I 


0012 


0013 


8 


O 2 O 


O O 2 I 


O 2 2 


9 


O 2 


0013 


2 O 


9 


O 2 I 


O O 2 2 


0023 


10 


oo 3 


O O 2 O 


0021 


IO 


O 2 2 


O023 


0031 


20 


0032 


0040 


o o. 4 2 


20 


0051 


0053 


0062 


3 


0052 


0060 


0063 


3 


0073 


0083 


0093 


40 


0071 


0081 


OO9O 


4 


O O IO 2 


OOII3 


OIIO 


50 


0090 


10 I 


O II 2 


50 


OIIO 


0123 


0141 


IOO 


o i 6 i 


0182 


O I II O 


IOO 


O 2 2 I 


0252 


0283 


200 


0303 


0351 


o 3 10 o 


2OO 


0442 


O4IIO 


5 5 3 


250 


o 3 10 o 


0433 


0492 


250 


S53 


0613 


o 6 10 o 


1000 


o 15 4 o 


017 3 o 


O 19 2 


IOOO 


I I II O 


1473 


1743 


! >ays. I 


o o o o 


O O O 


O I 


20 Days. I 


O O O 2 


O O O 2 


O O O 2 


2 


O O I 


O O O I 


O O 2 


2 


O O I O 


O O I 


O I I 


3 


O O O 2 


O O O 2 


OO03 


3 


O O I 2 


0013 


0013 


4 


0003 


0003 


O O I O 


4 


O 2 


O 2 I 


O 2 2 


5 


o o o 


O O I 


O O I I 


5 


O O 2 2 


0023 


0031 


6 


o o o 


I I 


0012 


6 


0030 


0032 


0033 


7 


O I 


O O I 2 


0013 


7 


0032 


0040 


0042 


8 


O 2 


0013 


O 2 


8 


OO4O 


0042 


0051 


9 


oo 3 


O 2 O 


0021 


9 


0042 


0050 


5 3 


10 


0020 


O O 2 I 


O O 2 2 


IO 


0051 


0053 


0062 


20 


0040 


0042 


0051 


20 


O IO 2 


OOII3 


Olio 


30 


0061 


0070 


o o 7' 3 


30 


0133 


0053 


0172 


40 


0081 


0091 


o o 10 a 


40 


OI9O 


I II 2 


0221 


5 


IO 2 


00113 


OIIO 


50 


O 2 2 I 


O252 


0283 


IOO 


0190 


O I II 2 


0221 


IOO 


0442 


O4IIO 


5 5 3 


2OO 


0360 


o 3 ii i 


0442 


2OO 


0890 


o 9 10 i 


10 II 2 


250 


0442 


04110 


0553 


250 


IO II 2 


012 3 3 


o 13 8 i 


IOOO 


01761 


o 19 8 2 


I I II O 


IOOO 


2 3 IO O 


2933 


2 14 9 2 


Days, i 


O 


O O I 


O O I 


o Days. I 


OOO3 


0003 


0003 


2 


O O I 


O 2 


O O 2 


2 


O O I 2 


0013 


0013 


3 


O O O 2 


0003 


0003 


3 


0021 


0022 


OO23 


4 


0003 


I O 


O I O 


4 


003O 


0032 


0033 


5 


O I 


O I I 


O O I I 


5 


0033 


0041 


0043 


6 


I I 


O I 2 


0013 


6 


0042 


OO5I 


5 3 


7 


0012 


0013 


0020 


7 


0052 


OO6O 


0063 


8 


0013 


O O 2 O 


0021 


8 


OO6l 


0070 


0073 


9 


0020 


O O 2 I 


0022 


9 


007O 


0073 


0083 


10 


0021 


O 2 2 


0023 


10 


0073 


0083 


0093 


20 


0042 


0051 


0053 


20 


0133 


0153 


0172 


30 


0070 


0073 


0083 


30 


I II 2 


0222 


0252 


40 


0091 


10 2 


OOH3 


40 


0272 


O 2 II 2 


0331 


50 


00113 


O I I I 


0123 


5 


0331 


o' 3 8 i 


0411 


IOO 


I II 2 


O 2 2 2 


0252 


IOO 


0663 


0743 


0822 


2OO 


03111 


0451 


04IIO 


200 


013 i 3 


o 14 9 2 


o 16 5 i 


250 


0411 o 


05621 


0613 


250 


o 16 5 i 


018 5 3 


1062 


IOOO 


o 19 8 2 


I 2 2 I 


' 4 7 3 


IOOO 


3590 


3 13 ii 2 


4221 



xxx, 



FRANCIS GUY'S DIRECTORY. 



Interest Table continued. 



i Month. 


4 per cent. 


4^ per cent. 


5 per cent. 


i Year. 


4 per cent. 


4^ per cent. 


5 per cent. 


Principal. 


* d. f. 


* d. /. 


'. d. f. 


Principal 


* d. f. 


t- d. f. 


'. d. f. 


I 


0003 


0003 


O O I O 


*. 


0092 


o o 10 3 


0100 


I 


O I 2 


0013 


0020 


2 


0170 


0192 


0200 


3 


O 2 I 


O 2 2 


0030 


3 


0243 


'0281 


0300 


4 


OO3O 


0032 


0040 


4 


0300 


0370 


O4OO 


5 


OO40 


OO42 


0050 


5 


0400 


0460 


0500 


6 


0043 


OO5I 


OO6O 


6 


0492 


0543 


O6OO 


7 


0053 


OO6l 


OO70 


7 


0570 


0632 


0700 


8 


OO6l 


O070 


0080! 


8 


0643 


0721 


0800 


9 


0070 


O080 


OO90 


9 


0721 


0810 


O90O 


10 


OO8O 


OOgO 


O O IO O 


10 


0800 


0900 


O IO O O 


20 


OI40 


OI6O 


o i 8 .0 


20 


o 16 o o 


o 18 o o 


IOOO 


30 


O2OO O230 


0260 


30 


1400 


1700 


I 10 O O 


40 


028O O3OO 


0340 


40 


I 12 O 


i 16 o o 


2 O 


. 50 


0340 


0390 


0420 


50 


2 O O O 


2500 


2 IO O O 


100 


068O 0760 


0840 


100 


4000 


4 10 o o 


5OOO 


2OO 


o 13 4 o o 15 o o 


o 16 8 o 


2OO 


8000 


9000 


IO O O 


250 


o 16 8 0018 9 o 


I O IO O 


2SO 


IO O O O 


II 5 o o 


12 IO O O 


- !OOO 


3 6 803 15 oo 


4340 


IOOO 


40 o o o 


45 o o o 


50 o o o 



A TABLE 
Of the number of days from any day in one month, to the same in any other. 





Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Aprl. 


May. June. July. 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 


January 


365 


3i i 59 


90 


120 151 


181 


212 


243 


273 


304 


334 


February . 


334 


365 


28 


59 


89 120 ! 150 


181 


212 


242 


273 


303 


March 


306 


337 


365 


3i 


6l 


92 


122 


153 


184 


214 


245 


275 


April 


275 


306 


334 


365 


30 


61 


91 


122 


153 


183 


214 


244 


May 


245 


276 


304 


335 


365 


3i 


6l 


91 


123 


153 


184 


214 


June 


214 


245 


273 


304 


334 


365 


30 j 61 


92 


122 


153 


183 


July 


184 


215 


243 


274 


304 


335 


365 


31 


62 


92 


123 


'53 


August 


'53 


184 


212 


243 


273 34 


334 


365 


31 


6l 


92 


122 


September. 


122 


153 


iSi 


212 


242 273 


303 i 334 


65 


30 


61 


91 


October 


92 


123 


151 


182 


212 243 


273 304 


235 


365 


3i 


6l 


November . 


61 


92 


1 20 


151 


181 


212 


242 273 


34 


334 


365 


30 


December . 


31 


62 


90 


121 


151 


182 


212 243 


274 


304 


335 


365 



EXAMPLE. to find the number of days from the isth June to the 151)1 March following. Find June 
in the first column, and then in a line with that under March, is 273 days. If it wece from the isth 
June to 25th March, it would be 10 days more, or 283 days ; but if from the 151(1 June to the 51)1 March, it 
would be 10 days less, or 263 days. In leap years, when the last day of February is included between the 
two times, there will be one day more than by the table. 



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SEPTEMBER. 
Sun ... 5 12 19 26 
Mon ... 6 13 20 27 
Tues ... 7 14 21 28 
Wed I 8 15 22 29 
Thur 2 9 16 23 30 
Frid 3 10 17 24 ... 
Sat 4 II 18 25 .. 


OCTOBER. 

Sun 3 10 17 24 31 
Mon 4 ii 18 25 ... 
Tues 5 12 19 26 ... 
"Wed 6 13 20 27 ... 
Thur 7 14 21 28 ... 
Frid I 8 15 22 29 ... 
Sat 2 9 16 23 30 ... 


NOVEMBER. 
Sun ... 7 14 21 28 
Mon I 8 15 22 29 
Tues 2 9 1 6 23 30 
Wed 3 10 17 24 ... 
Thur 411 18 25 ... 
Frid 5 12 19 26 ... 
Sat 6 13 20 27 ... 


DECEMBER. 

Sun ... 5 12 19 26 
Mon ... 6 13 20 27 
Tues ... 7 14 21 28 
Wed I 8 15 22 29 
Thur 2 9 1 6 23 30 
Frid 3 10 17 24 31 
Sat 4 ii 18 25 ... 



Septuagesima Sun... Feb. 13 
Quinquagesima Sun. ,, 27 
Shrove Tuesday ... ,, 29 
Ash Wednesday ... Mar. I 
Quadragesima Sun. ,, 5 
Palm Sunday ... ,, 9 
Good Friday ...April 14 



i s 7 e. 

Easter Sunday ... ,, 16 

Low Sunday ... ,, 23 
Rogation Sunday ... May 21 

Ascension Day ... ,, 25 

Whit Sunday ... June 4 

Trinity Sunday ... ,, n 

Corpus Christ! ... ,, 15 



Advent Sunday ... Dec. 3 

LAW TERMS. 

Hilary b. Jan. n, e. Jan. 31 
Easter b. April 15, e. May n 
Tripity b. May 25, e. June 15 
Mich. b. Nov. 2, e. Nov. 25 



JANUARY. 
Sun 2 9 16 23 30 
Mon 3 10 17 24 31 
Tues 411 18 25 ... 
Wed 5 12 19 26 ... 
Thur 6 13 20 27 ... 
Frid 7 14 21 28 ... 
Sat i 8 15 22 29 .. 


FEBRUARY. 
Sun ... 6 13 20 27 
Mon ... 7 14 21 21 
Tues i 8 15 22 29 
Wed 2 9 16 23 ... 
Thur 3 10 17 24 ... 
Frid 4 n 18 25 ... 
Sat 5 12 19 26 ... 


MARCH. 
Sun ... 5 12 19 26 
Mon ... 6 13 20 27 
Tues ... 7 14 21 28 
Wed i 8 15 22 29 
Thur 2 9 1 6 23 30 
Frid 3 10 17 24 31 
Sat 4 ii 18 25 ... 


APRIL. 
Sun 2 9 16 23 30 
Mon 3 10 17 24 ... 
Tues 411 18 25 ... 
Wed 5 12 19 26 ... 
Thur 6 13 20 27 ... 
Frid 7 14 21 28 ... 
Sat i 8 15 22 29 ... 


MAY. 
Sun ... 7 14 21 28 
Mon i 8 15 22 29 
Tues 2 9 16 23 30 
Wed 3 10 17 24 31 
Thur 4 ii 18 25 ... 
Frid 5 12 19 26 ... 
Sat 6 13 20 27 .. 


JUNE. 
Sun ... 4 ii 18 25 
Mon ... 5 12 19 26 
Tues ... 6 13 20 27 
Wed .. 7 14 21 28 
Thur i 8 15 22 29 
Frid 2 9 16 23 30 
Sat 3 10 17 24 ... 


JULY. 

Sun 2 9 16 23 30 
Mon 3 10 17 24 31 
Tues 411 18 25 ... 
Wed 5 12 19 26 ... 
Thur 6 13 20 27 .. 
Frid 7 14 21 28 ... 
Sat i 8 15 22 29 ... 


AUGUST. 
Sun ... 6 13 20 27 
Mon ... 7 14 21 28 
Tues i 8 15 22 29 
Wed 2 9 16 23 30 
Thur 3 10 17 24 31 
Frid 4 n 18 25 ... 
Sat 5 12 19 26 ... 


SEPTEMBER. 
Sun ... 3 10 17 24 
Mon ... 4 ii 18 25 
Tues ... 5 12 19 26 
Wed ... 6 13 20 27 
Thur ... 7 14 21 28 
Frid I 8 15 22 29 
Sat 2 9 16 23 30 


OCTOBER. 

Sun i 8 15 22 29 
Mon 2 9 16 .23 30 
Tues 3 10 17 24 31 
Wed 411 18 25 ... 
Thur 5 12 19 26 ... 
Frid 6 13 20 27 ... 
Sat 7 14 21 28 .. 


NOVEMBER. 

Sun ... 5 12 19 26 
Mon ... 6 13 20 27 
Tues ... 7 14 21 28 
Wed i 8 15 22 29 
Thur 2 9 16 23 30 
Fiid 3 10 17 24 ... 
Sat 4 ii 18 25 .. 


DECEMBER. 
Sun 3 '10 17 24 31 
Mon 4 ii 18 25 ... 
Tues 5 12 19 26 ... 
Wed 6 13 20 27 ... 
Thur 7 14 21 28 ... 
Frid i 8 15 22 29 ... 
Sat 2 9 16 23 30 ... 





1 8 7 7 







Septuagesima Sun . . . Jan. 28 


Easter Sunday 


April 2 


Advent Sunday ... Dec. 2 


Quinquagesima Sun, Feb. i 


Low Sunday 


9 




Shrove Tuesday ... ,, 13 
Ash Wednesday ... ,, 14 
Quadragesima Sun... ,, 1 8 
Palm Sunday ...Mar 25 
Good Friday ... ,, 30 


Rogation Sunday .. 
Ascension Day 
Whit Sunday 
Trinity Sunday 
Corpus Christi 


May 6 

. }) 20 

27 
3i 


LAW TERMS. 

Hilary, b. Jan. ii, e.Feb. I 
Easter, b. Apr. 15, e. May 8 
Trinity, b. May 22, e.Junei2 
Mich. b. Nov. 2, e. Nov. 25 


JANUARY. 


FEBRUARY. 




MARCH. 


APRIL. 


Sun ... 7 14 21 28 


Sun 


.. 4 II 18 25 


Sun 


... 4 ii 18 25 


Sun 2 9 16 23 30 


Mon i 8 15 22 29 


Mon 


.. 5 12 19 26 


Mon 


... 5 12 19 26 


Mon 3 10 17 24 31 


Tues 2 9 16 23 30 


Tues 


.. 6 13 20 27 


Tues 


... 6 13 20 27 


Tues 411 18 25 ... 


Wed 3 10 17 24 31 


Wed 


.. 7 14 21 28 


Wed 


... 7 14 


. 21 28] Wed 5 12 19 26 ... 


Thur 411 18 25 ... 


Thur 


i 8 15 22 29 


Thur 


I 8 15 22 29 Thur 6 13 20 27 ... 


Frid 5 12 19 26 ... 


Frid 


2 9 16 23 30 


Frid 


2 9 16 23 30 


Frid 7 14 21 28 ... 


Sat 6 13 20 27 .. 


Sat 


3 10 17 24 .. 


Sat 


3 10 17 24 ... 


Sat I 8 15 22 29 .. 


MAY. 




JUNE. 




JULY. 




AUGUST. 


Sun ... 6 13 20 27 


Sun 


.. 3 10 17 24 


Sun 


i 8 15 22 29 Sun ... 5 12 19 26 


Mon ... 7 14 21 28 


Mon 


.. 4 ii 18 2- 


Mon 


2 9 16 23 30 Mon ... 6 13 20 27 


Tues I 8 15 22 29 


Tues 


.. 5 12 19 26 


Tues 


3 10 17 24 31; Tues ... 7 14 21 28 


Wed 2 9 16 23 30 


Wed 


.. 6 13 20 2; 


Wed 


4 ii 18 25 ... 


Wed I 8 15 22 29 


Thur 3 10 17 24 31 


Thur 


.. 7 14 21 2b 


Thur 


5 12 19 26 ... 


Thur 2 9 16 23 30 


Frid 4 n 18 25 ... 


Frid 


I 8 15 22 29 


Frid 


6 13 20 27 ... 


Frid 3 10 17 24 31 


Sat 5 12 19 26 .. 


Sat 


2 9 16 23 30 


Sat 


7 H 21 


28 ... 


Sat 4 ii 1 8 25 .. 



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STATISTICS OF CO. CORK. 



IN EXTENT of surface, Cork is the largest county in the United Kingdom, except 
that of York : comprising an area of 2,700 square miles, or 1,849,686 acres. Its 
greatest length (east and west), from Youghal harbour to Dursey Head, no miles ; 
its width, from the Old Head of Kinsale to Charleville, 56 miles. It is bounded on the 
north by Limerick, south by the Atlantic, east by Tipperary and Waterford, west by 
Kerry. The county is situated under the same parallel of latitude as several of the most 
southern counties in England. The city of Cork is in the latitude of 5 1 deg. 46 min., 
and its longitude 8 deg. 30 min. west of Greenwich. Dublin mean time (25 mins. later 
than Greenwich) is observed at Cork and all railway stations. 

Territorial Divisions. The county is divided into twenty-three baronies ; and again 
into 243 civil parishes, sub-divided into 5478 townlands. Irrespective of the foregoing, 
the county is divided under the Poor Law Act into Poor Law Unions, fourteen of which 
are wholly in the county, and five partly in adjoining counties. These Poor Law Unions 
are divided into electoral divisions and dispensary districts ; these latter, for the medical 
relief of the poor under the Poor Law Acts, and for the purpose of Registration of Births, 
Deaths, and Marriages (26 and 27 Vic., c. II and 90), are composed of a certain number 
of electoral divisions, the registrar's district being identical with the dispensary district. 
Postal Districts. There are eleven head postal and telegraphic centres in the county, 
viz. Bandon, Bantry, Buttevant, Charleville, Cork, Fermoy, Kinsale, Mallow, Midleton, 
Skibbereen, and Youghal. These offices serve 122 sub-postal districts, many of which are 
also telegraph stations and money order offices. 

Parliamentary Boroughs. The county returns eight members to Parliament : two 
for the county at large, two for Cork city, and one each for the boroughs of Bandon, Kin- 
sale, Mallow, and Youghal. There were formerly in the county four walled towns Cork, 
Youghal, Kinsale, and Bandon ; and eight others that sent members to Parliament, viz. 
Mallow, Baltimore, Clonakilty, Charleville, Castlemartyr, Midleton, Doneraile, and 
Rathcormac the seven last mentioned towns were disfranchised in 1800. 

Townships and Towns. The county includes nine townships, and six towns of more 
than 2000 inhabitants. Townships : Bandon, Clonakilty, Mallow, and Youghal, are 
governed by town commissioners under the Act 9, Geo. iv., c. 82; Fermoy, Kinsale, 
Midleton, Queenstown, and Skibbereen, under the "Towns Improvement Act" for Ire- 
land (17 and 18 Vic., c. 103). Towns: Bantry, Charleville, Dunmanway, Macroom, 
Mitchelstown, and Passage West ; these towns have no local government. The city of 
Cork is divided into seven wards, and governed by a mayor, and town council consisting 
of two aldermen and six councillors for each ward. 

Judicial Divisions. For the purpose of holding general sessions of the peace, the 
county is divided into East and West Ridings. Quarter Sessions are held (Hilary, Easter, 
Trinity, and Michaelmas terms) in the towns of Bandon, Bantry, Clonakilty, Cork, Fer- 
rooy, Kanturk, Kinsale, Macroom, Mallow, Midleton, Skibbereen, and Youghal ; there 
are also fifty-two Petty Sessions Districts. The county is in charge of a Lieutenant, 
an indefinite number of deputy lieutenants and magistrates, who act gratuitously. 
The judicial establishment consists of two chairmen of Quarter Sessions, a recorder 
(whose civil jurisdiction extends to the borough and barony of Cork), and six stipendiary 
magistrates, who act at Petty Sessions and elsewhere with the county justices of the peace. 
The city of Cork is governed by its own magistrates. The assizes are held spring and 
summer in the city of Cork. 

Ecclesiastical Divisions. In this county there are three dioceses Cork, Cloyne, 
and Ross. The parishes of Drishane, Cullen, Dromtarriff, Killmeen, and Nohavaldaly 
are in the Protestant Episcopalian diocese of Ardfert and Aghadoe ; these five parishes, 
together with Kilcorney, Killaconenagh, and Kilnamanagh, are in the Roman Catholic 
diocese of Kerry. The Roman Catholic clergy consists of three bishops, 86 parish priests, 
six administrators, 175 curates and chaplains, besides orders of regular clergy ; the Protes- 
tant Episcopalian clergy consists of one bishop, three deans and chapters, 163 rectors, and 
27 curates (see p. 41). 

I 



a STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. 

Military Divisions. Cork city is the head-quarters of the" Cork or South- Western 
Military District ; and the county, in conjunction with the counties of Clare, Kerry, and 
Limerick, forms No. 70 Military Sub-District, the Brigade Depot of which is at Tralee. 
The stations of the Cork District are : Ballincollig, Bandon, Bantry, Clonakilty, Charles 
Fort, Cork City, Cork Harbour (including Camden and Carlisle Forts, Hawlbowline, 
Queenstown Hospital, Ringaskiddy Tower, Rocky Island, and Spike Island), Kinsale, 
Macroom, Skibbereen, and Youghal ; Fermoy District : Buttevant, Ferinoy Kanturk, 
Killarney, Mallow, Millstreet, Mitchelstown, and Tralee. 

The Militia of the county, when embodied, consists of four regiments : North Cork 
Rifles, stationed at Mallow ; Royal Cork City Artillery, stationed at Cork city ; South 
_Cork Light Infantry, stationed at Bandon ; West Cork Artillery, stationed at Macroom. 

The Constabulary Force consists of two county inspectors, twenty-one sub-inspectors, 
and 808 men ; there are 149 constabulary barracks in the county. 



The Climate of Cork is remarkable for its mildness and humidity, the average annual 
rainfall at Cork, for instance, being about 40 inches, and the average temperature about 
52 Fahr the arbutus, lauristinus, myrtle, agapanthus, and fuchsia growing healthily in 
the open air. The excess of rain, however, is chiefly confined to the autumn and winter 
months. The warmest part of Ireland, in January, February, and March, is the corner 
lying south of a line drawn from Killarney to Cork, where the mean January temperature 
is 42 to 43, about i below that of the wannest part of England, and 2*5 above that of 
Pau, in the South of France (4O'5) ; in April, Cork has the same temperature as Eng- 
land south of London (49 to 50) ; in July the warmest part of England is 2 warmer 
than Cork, whose mean temperature is then 62. 

Geology. The Lower Silurian is the oldest formation that has a surface exposure in 
this county, an area of about four and a-half square miles occurring on the northern boun- 
dary, on the south-west of the Galtee mountains ; the formation in this district consists of 
hard quartzose grits and slates. The Old Red Sandstone and Upper Old Red Sandstone 
strata cover about half the area of this county, the largest band of it stretching continu- 
ously from Dursey Head to Mine Head (co. Waterford). The Old Red Sandstone forma- 
tion consists of silicious grit, clay slate (argillaceous schist), and purple and grey slate this 
strata is almost entirely unfossiliferous ; the Upper Old Red Sandstone, of red and yellow 
sandstone, yellow shales, and purple slates in this formation have been found many plant 
and animal remains. The thickness of the Old Red Sandstone, in this county, seems to 
be from 4000 to 10000 feet. Sections about the southern part of the Pass of Keimaneigh 
give a thickness of 980x3 feet ; of these sections about 800 feet is given to the Upper Old 
Red. The whole south-western district of the county is abundantly traversed by metalli- 
ferous veins, but there is no connection between the veins and containing rocks, as they 
occur in different formations. The metals found are, copper, lead (silver-bearing and 
otherwise), manganese, and iron, many of which have been, or are being, worked ; but, 
although there is so much ore scattered about, it is comparatively seldom enough is col- 
lected in one place to make the working of it remunerative. The Berehaven Coppermine 
Alii hies), discovered in 1812, is one of the richest in Ireland, and yields more than 2000 
tons of ore annually the ore occurs in a large quartzose vein, which generally intersects 
clay-slate rocks from north to south, but in some places runs parallel to the strata. Iron 
seems to have been extensively worked iij former times ; but the metal being smelted 
with wood, the works were abandoned when the fuel was used up. The Carboniferous 
Slate and Limestone strata are extensively developed in this county, except in those places 
where older rocks appear on the surfaqe. Where the slate and limestone come together, 
the former lies beneath ; but in the greater part of south Cork the slate occupies the whole 
of the formation to the exclusion of the limestone altogether being directly overlaid by 
the Coal Measure as near Bandon, where its thickness is at least 3800 feet. Anthracite 
coal is abundant near Kanturk. There are two lines of colleries, beginning two or three 
miles south-west of Kanturk, and running for eight or nine miles westerly ; of these the 
Dromagh and Lisnacon colleries are the most important. The Coal Measure of this 
county also includes culm, used for burning lime, and a bituminous shale sometimes used 
for fuel. Of the other useful products [see p. 44] of the county, limestone and varieg-ted 
marbles are the principal ; slates for roofing, flags, clays for pottery and brickmaking, 
fuller's earth, ochres, magnesia limestone, etc. A calcareous sand, which is dredged off 
off Bantry and elsewhere, is extensively used for manuring the land, and consists of the 
debris of white coral and marine shells. The mineral waters discovered in this county 
are mostly chalybeates as near Castlemartyr, Bandon, Kanturk, Macroom, and else- 
where and the thermal springs about Mallow. The traps, or igneous rocks, in Cork 
are of small extent, but of great interest. The tillage lands of this county, though not so 
rich as the pasture lands in Tipperary, Limerick, and Meath, are also of great fertility. 



STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK, 3 

Zoology. The Fauna of Cork generally resembles that of the neighbouring island. 
In consequence, it is presumed, of the humidity of the soil and climate, venomous reptiles 
are unknown, as also is the mole. 

MAMMALIA. Seal, otter, fox, badger (rare), stoat, common shrew, hedgehog, common marten, field 
and common mouse, black rat (rare), grey rat, Irish hare, rabbit, long-eared and pipistrelle bats. 

BIRDS. Eagles, falcons, and Hawks The golden eagle breeds on the borders of Cork and Tippe- 
rary, also at Gougane Barra ; cinereous, or sea eagle, the cliffs of the coast ; osprey,or fishing hawk (rare;; 
common buzzard, one of the handsomest of the falconidse (rare) ; merlin, the most brilliant and dashing of 
all the hawks ; peregrine falcon kestril, goshawk, sparrow hawk, hen harrier, marsh harrier. 

Resident and Common Species. Song thrush, blackbird, hedge accentor, stonechat, common wren, 
great titmouse, blue titmouse, cole titmouse, pied wagtail, grey wagtail, meadow pipit, woodlark, skylark, 
common linnet, chaffinch, common bunting, reed bunting, yellow bunting, house sparrow, common starling, 
jackdaw, magpie, jay, chough, raven, carrion crow, hooded crow, rook, kingfisher, ring dove, red grouse, 
partridge, golden plover, ringed plover, lapwing or peewit, heron, sandpiper, snipe, curlew, moor hen, 
common wild duck, teal, dabchick or little grebe, common guilemot, common gull, herring gull, black- 
headed gull, gannet or solan goose, common tern or sea swallow, cormorant, barn owl, etc. 

Summer Visitants. Spotted flycatcher, wheatear, sedge warbler, blackcap warbler, whitethroat, 
willow wren, chiffchaff, cuckoo, swallow, martin, swift, nightjar, turtle dove, common quail, landrail or 
corncrake, puffin, etc. 

Winter Visitants. Short-eared owl, field fare, redwing, woodcock, jack snipe, bean goose, pintail, grey 
plover, wigeon, pochard, gooseander, wild swan (occasionally), etc. 

Botany. At present Cork is not a well-wooded country, a defect which is fast being 
remedied by extensive plantations ; but we have historical evidence that at no very remote 
period large tracts were covered with a gigantic growth of forest trees. Boate, in his 
Natural History (1652), mentions the great extent of wood then standing; and all the 
scenery of Spenser's Faery Queen is drawn from the river Bandon, which he celebrates as 
the " pleasant Bandon wood y-crowned," as it is to this day. There are still, however, 
in a few favoured spots, some remains of the ancient oak and ash woods, as at Glengariff, 
Killarney, etc. There exists here, in a native state, over three hundred rare varieties of 
flowering plants, alpine plants, mosses, lichens, etc, many of which are found also in Spain, 
the islands of the Mediterranean, and South America. The arbutus unedo (strawberry 
tree) of Killarney is found in the neighbourhood of Glengariff ; many of the most scarce 
and beautiful varieties of ferns are to be met with in the county, as the beech fern, moun- 
tain buckler fern, lanceolate spleenwort, black maidenhair spleenwort, European bristle 
fern, Wilson's film fern, etc. 

Rivers. The county is extremely well watered, and the rivers are numerous, some 
navigable to a greater or less extent. The first in magnitude is the Blackwater, which, for 
the greater part of its course, belongs to this county. It has its rise in a bog on the borders 
of Cork and Kerry ; entering this county at Millstreet, it flows in an easterly direction, 
through Mallow and Fermoy, into co. Waterford. The Lee, the next in importance, is 
thirty-two miles from its source at Gougane Barra to the city of Cork, and eleven miles 
from thence to Cork harbour. The Bandon, Hen, and Arigadeen are also considerable 
rivers. These and their tributaries exceed 300 miles in length, and the whole district is 
rich in salmon and; white and brown trout. 

The Coast. The coast line of Cork extends from Youghal harbour to the mouth of 
the Kenmare river, about no miles, and is indented with numerous deep and safe bays, 
suitable for coasting and other vessels, besides numerous inlets for fishing craft. The har- 
bours of Cork and Bantry bay are specially spacious and well-protected : Bantry bay being 
about 26 miles long, and froia three to five miles broad ; Cork harbour, exclusive of its 
numerous creeks and bays, four miles in length by two in breadth. The other harbours 
and bays are Youghal, Oysterhaven, Kinsale, Courtmacsherry, Clonakilty, Glandore, 
Castlehaven, Baltimore, Roaring-water, Skull, Crookhaven, Dunmanus, Kenmare river, 
etc. Off the coast are the islands of Cape Clear, Whiddy, Bear, Sherkin, and Dursey, 
and several smaller islands. There are in operation eight lighthouses, viz. at Youghal, 
Ballycotton, Cork harbour (Rochespoint), Old Head of Kinsale, summit of Fastnet rock, 
Bantry bay, Crookhaven, and off Dursey head. Mackerel, pilchards, herrings, and sprats 
frequent the coast in large quantities, and the surrounding sea abounds with fish both 
round and flat, as skate, turbot, plaice, soles, conger and other eels, cod, whiting, smelts, 
haddock, hake, mullet, etc. ; lobsters, crawfish, crabs, shrimps, prawns, and other shell 
fish. Sunfish, from 12 'to 30 feet long frequent the coast; whales visit it occasionally, 
and have been cast up on the shore. The dolphin and porpoise are common, large com- 
panies of the latter being frequently captured on different parts of the coast ; the blue 
shark, sea devil, and cuttle fish are me,t with ; seals breed in caves worked into the pre- 
cipitious headlands. Rare species of algze have been discovered on various parts of the 
coast ; and carrageen, or Irish moss, is a seaweed of some commercial importance. There 
are many fine caves on the coast which have been worked out by the sea ; as, for instance, 
near Rosscarbery. Some of them have puffing holes opening up to the surface of the 
ground above, through which the waves send jets of spray to a great height. There is 
one of these on the east side of the south entrance of Baltimore harbour, called Hell 
Hole. There are some great sea caves on the outer side of Bear island. 



TABLE I. Summary of Houses and Populations at each of the Six Censuses, 

1821 to 1871. 



Census 


Houses. 


Population. 


Increase or Decrease of Popula- 
tion between the Census periods. 


Periods. 




Unin- 


Build- 








No. of Persons. 


Rate per cent 






habited. 


ing. 








Inc. 


Dec. 


Inc. 


Dec. 


1821 


"4,459 


4,759 


97 


730,444 


360,959 


369,485 


_ 








1831 


118,879 4,609 


1,128 


810,732 


396.714 


414,018 


80,288 





10-99 





1841 


130,283 5,004 


1 86 


854,118 


420,551 


433,567 


43,^86 





5-35 





1851 


93.557 


7,793 


1 66 


649,308 


3 l8 >!49 


331,159 




204,810 




23-98 


l86l 


86,598 


4,272 


230 


544,8l8 


269,637 


275,181 





104,490 





l6'09 


1871 


84,789 


3,094 


159 


517,076 


256,062 


261,014 





27,742 





5'09 



The Census of 1821 is the first that affords means of comparison with those of subsequeut decades. 

.The Navy and Military serving in Ireland, as well as the wives and families of such persons, are included 
in the Population Tables in 1861 and 1871, but not in previous Censuses. The number in the county and 
city of Cork in 1861, 7,214 ; in 1871, 5,803. 

Decrease in Population. The decrease is chiefly attributable to Emigration (tee Table VI.) 

TABLE II. Area, Houses, and Population of the County and City, 1871. 



AREA IN STATUTE ACRES. 


DISTRIBUTION OF LAND. 


BUILDINGS. 


POPULA 
TION. 


Land. 


Water. 


Total. 


Under 
Tillage. 


Pasture. 


Planta- 
tion. 


Waste, 
Bog, 
Mountain 
etc. 


Dwell- 
ing 
houses. 


Outoffices 
and 
Farmsteads. 


Males, 
256,062 

Females. 
261,014 


1,835,317 


14,369 1,849,686 

; (a) 


470,926 


1,000,735 


1 
31,774331,882 


84,789 
(*) 


77,942 


517,076 



(a) Including 10,764 acres under the larger rivers and tideways. 

(b) Exclusive of 3,094 houses uninhabited, and 159 in course of erection. 

Average number of persons to an acre of Arable and Pasture Land, "34. 
,, ,, to the Entire County '28. 

TABLE III. Number and Per-centage of Persons belonging to each Religious 
Profession ; also of Illiterate Persons 5 years of age and upwards. 



Census 
Periods, 
etc. 


Total No. of Persons and Per-centage belonging 
to each Religious Profession. 


Number and Per-.Centage of the Illiterate, 
five years old and upwards. 


Roman 
Catholics. 


Prot. 
Episco- 
palians. 


Presby 
terians 


Metho 

dists. 


other 
Sects. 


TOTAL. 


Roman 
Catholics. 


JfiS 


b P y 7ns 


Meth- 
odists 


other 
Sects 


TOTAL. 


County 


























1861 


























No. .. 


426,894 


32,822 


1,118 


1,760 


2,103 


464,697 


202,296 


3,429 


67 


9 8 


43 


205,933 


p. cent 


91-8 


7'i 


O'2 


0-4 




IOO 


54 '0 


11-9 


7-0 


6-4 


10-8 


507 


1871 


























No'... 


100,905 


31,297 


1,216 


2,228 


2,788 


438,434 


160,001 


2,468 


48 


120 


477 


163,114 


p. cent 


9I-5 


7'I 


0-3 


0'5 


0-6 


IOO 


45 '9 


9-0 


4'6 


6-0 


16-3 


42-7 


City. 


























1861 


























No.... 


67,148 


10,632 


881 


893 


567 


80, 121 


21,686 


875 


34 


34 


34 


22,662 


p. cent 


83-8 


I3-3 


i-i 


I'l 


07 


IOO 


. 36-8 


9-1 


4'5 


4 '4 


6-6 


32-1 


1871 


























No... 


66,716 


9,196 


1,028 


7 l8 


984 


78.642 


19,830 


502 


38 


23 


55 


20,448 


p. cent 


84-8 




r-3 




1-3 


IOO 


337 


6-0 4-3 


36 


6-0 


29-4 



(c) Including 1,652 fishermen and others (1.323 in Kinsale, 49 in Sloukstown parish, and 280 in Temple- 
robin parish) on board vessels on Census night, who returned themselves as " Protestants.'' 



STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. ' 5 

TABLE IV. -Area, Houses, and Population, in 1871, of each Barony of the 
County of Cork (exclusive of City) ; and also Valuation for 1874. 







House and'Population, 1871. 






AREA 








VALUATION 


BARONIES. 


IN STATUTE 
ACRES. 


Houses 
Inhabited. 


Out-offices 
and 
Farm- 


Popula- 
tion. 


OF HOUSES AND 
LAND 








steadings. 




FOR 1874. 


Bantry 


59,216 i 7 


i,535 


1, 808 


9,534 


s. d. 
14,450 15 o 


Barretts 


3i.76i 3 27 


877 


1,012 


5,ooo 


17,392 8 o 


Barrymore J 










OQ 


Township of Queens- > 
town 


148,700 o 32 


5,689 


5,496 


37, 128 


(93> 88 3 J 3 
I 18,708 4 o 


Bear 


89,986 i 37 


2,696 i 2,823 


15,807 


17,187 17 o" 


Carbery, East, E.D. ... 


67,35i o 15 


3,340 4,512 


19,083 


43.633 10 o 


Carbery, East, W.D. ... 


105,141 2 19" 


4,043 4,844 


23,521 


42,343 10 o 


Carbery West, E.D. ... 


79,263 o o 


4,009 


4,621 


23,360 


33,580 15 o 


Carbery, West, W.D.... 


109,178 2 15 


3,891 


4,697 


22,277 


27,331 ii o 


Condons and Clongib- 












bon 


78,481 i 8 


3,977 


4,090 


25,236 


60,957 13 o 


Cork 


43,8l3 2 20 


3,431 


3,062 


21,876 


70,568 2 


Courceys 


8,812 3 37 


386 


542 


2,111 


6,072 15 o 


Duhallow 


232,328 2 14 


7,319 


'6,637 


41.698 


94,132 10 o 


Fermoy 


I2I,56l 2 32 


4,636 


4,738 


26,378 


93,636 5 o 


Ibane and Barryroe ... 


35,291 I 15 


2,234 


2,708 


I2,4OO 


23,382 2 


Imokilly 


93>878 I 31 


6,719 


5,473 


36,648 


99,288 10 o 


Kerricumhy 


23,957 2 9 


1,901 


1,177 


IO,422 


31,910 o o 


'Kinalea 


50,692 2 13 


i,747 


2,33i 


9,819 


32,029 o o 


Kinnalmeaky 


36,381 o 14 


1,783 


2,303 


J0,58l 


30,090 o o 


Kinnatalloon 


27,718 o 5 


791 


i, 066 


4,158 


16,040 o o 


Kinsale 


12,430 3 17 


1,276 


631 


10,325 


16,562 15 o 


Muskery East 


122,874 2 9 


4,224 


4,886 


24,857 


73,i62 5 9 


Muskery West 


188,487 o 5 


5,156 


4,264 


30,331 


55,021 5 o 


Orrery and Kilmore ... 


69,346 i 1 6 


2,719 


2,690 


15,884 


56,680 o o 


TOTAL 


1,836,685 o 37 


74,399 


76,411 


438,434 


1,068,045 5 9 




(c) 









(<:) Exclusive of 10,764*. OR. 59?. under the larger rivers and tideways. 



TABLE V.~ Showing the Product of a Rate of One Penny per on the 
above Valuation, for the several Baronies. 



Baronies. 


Product. 


Baronies. 


Product. 


Bantry 


s. d. 
60 4 3 


Ibane and Barryroe 


s. d. 
97 8 6 


Barretts 


72 9 4 


Imokilly 


413 H i 


Barrymore 


391 3 8 


Kerricurrihy 


132 19 2 


Bear 


71 12 4 


Kinnalea 


133 9 i 


E. D. E. Carbery 


181 16 i 


Kinnalmeaky 


125 7 6 


W. D. E. Carbery 


176 8 7 


Kinnatalloon 


66 16 8 


E. D. W. Carbery ... 


139 18 5 


Kinsale 


69 o 3 


W.D.W. Carbery 


"3 17 7 


East Muskery 


304 16 10 


Condons & Clongibbons 


2 53 19 10 


West Muskery 


229 5 3 


Cork 


294 o 8 


Orrery and Kilmore 


236 3 4 


Courceys 


25 6 i 


Township of Queenstown 


77 19 o 


Dull 3.1 low 


'Jf\'J A A 






Fermoy 


$yz 4 4 
390 3 o 


TOTAL 


4450 3 10 



NOTE. East Riding: Baronies of Barretts, Barrymore, Condons and Clongibbons, Cork, Duhallow, 



lazous 



STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. 



TABLE VI. Emigration from County and City of Cork from ist May, 1851, to 

3ist March, 1871. 



Years. 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Years. 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons 


1851 () 


8,151 


8,l82 


16,333 


1 86 1 (c) 


4,219 


3,682 


7,901 


1852 


9,721 


10,035 


19,756 


1862 


8,388 


7,305 


15,693 


1853 


10.589 


10.987 


21,576 


1863 


H-5'3 


9,297 


20,8lO 


1854 


9,648 


9,296 


18,944 


1864 


9,722 


8,119 


17,841 


1855 


6,753 


7,190 


13,943 


1865 


8,080 


6,339 


14,419 


1856 


7,734 


8,022 


15,756 


1866 


8,966 


6,430 


15,396 


1857 


7,495 


6,864 


H,359 


1867 


4,861 


4,521 


9,382 


1858 


3,644 


3,619 


7,263 


1868 


3,4S7 


2,540 


6,027 


1859 


3,425 


4,161 


7,586 


1869 


3,128 


1,794 


4,922 


i860 


5,272 


5,634 


10,906 


o 


3,302 


2,323 


5,625 


1861 (6) 


828 


759 


1,587 


.1 (d) 


407 


246 


653 


Total 


73,260 


74,749 


148,009 


Total 


66,073 


52,596 


118,669 










General Total ... 


139-333 


127,345 


266678 



fa) The Enumeration of Emigrants from Irish ports did not commence till ihe ist of May, 1851. 

,, 3lst A rc ^ / The nearest dates to the time of the Census for which the Emigration Returns can 

(c) From isr April b d 

(d) To 3ist March ; 



TABLE VII. Marriages, Births, and Deaths registered in each of the Poor Law 
Unions in the County and City of Cork, in the seven years from 1864 to 1871. 



Poor Law Unions, or 
Superintendent 
Registrar's Districts. 


Population. 


Registered in the Seven years 
from 1864 to 1871. 


Excess of 
Registerd 
Births 
over 


Increase or 
Decrease of 
Population be- 
tween 1861 and 

T o__ 














1861. 


1871. 


Marriags 


Births. 


Deaths. 


Deaths, 


IO/I. 














1864-71. 


Inc. 


Dec. 


Bandon 


27,256 


25,739 


1,040 


5,125 


2,851 


2,274 




1,517 


Bantry 


15,964 


16,330 


653 


3,390 1,369 


2,021 


366 




Castletown 


15,076 


14,326 ; 598 


3,500 1,571 


1,929 





750 


Clonakilty 


28,268 


26,849 1,038 


5,670 2,849 


2,821 





^419 


Cork 


147,572 


H3,379 


6,382 


26,303 20,613 


5,690 





4,193 


Dunmanway .':. 


17,426 


17,666 


584 


4,015 


1,571 


2,444 


240 




Fermoy 


37,960 


32,783 


1,446 


6,185 


3,913 


2,272 





5,177 


Kanturk, pt of (a) 


34,336 


32,655 


',287 


6,906 


3,295 


3,6n 





1,681 


Kilmaliock, ,, (a) 


5,302 


4,424 


182 


844 


59i 


253 





878 


Kiusale 


23,837 


24,594 


941 


4,43 


2,826 


1,604 


757 





Lismore, pt of (6) 


6 


7 













i 





Macroom 


31,090 


30,544 


1,370 


6,784 


3,072 


3,712 





546 


Mallow 


35,751 


31,112 


1,053 6,239 


3,965 


2,274 





4,639 


Midleton 


34,o86 


30,404 


1,267 


5,348 


3,455 


1,893 





3,682 


Millstreet 


H.779 


14,592 


442 


3,330 


1,429 


1,901 





205 


Mitchelstown, pt 


















of () 


13,811 


12,831 


420 


2,584 


i,752 


832 





980 


Skibbereen 


32,4" 


31,385 1,249 


6,565 


2,985 


3,58o 





1,027 


Skull 


13,902 


I3,i39 570 


2,901 


I,I2O 


1,781 





763 


Youghal, pt of (t>) 


15,966 


14,317 678 


2,526 


1,928 


598 





1,649 


Total 


544,818 


517,076 21,200 


102,645 -61,155 


41,490 





27,74* 








1 






y 



(a] Remainder of Poor Law Union in co. Limerick. 
(6} Remainder of Poor Law Union in co. Waterford. 
(c).For number of Emigrants see preceding Table. 



NOTE, The Act for the Registration of Births and Deaths in Ireland [26 Vic., cap. nj only came into 
operation on ist January, 1864. 



STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. 
TABLE VIII. Summary Educational Establishments for the County, 1871. 

Exclusive of the City of Cork. 





No. of Establishments 


No. of Pupils and Students, with their Religious 
Professions. 


Classification of 




Mixd 










Establishments. 




Mae 




Roman 


Protestant 


Presbyte- 






Male Fe- and 


Tola 


Catholics. 


Episcopalians 


rian and 


QPhera 




male. Fe- 








all others. 


Total. 


PRIMARY.* 




male 




M. F. 


M. F. 


M. F. 




Natnl. School (Model 
























Training Estabt ) .. . 


I 








I 


9 

















9 


Natnl. School (Model 
























Agricultural) 


I 








I 


II 





4 











'5 


Natl. Schools (Model) 


I 


I 


i 


3 


175 


167 


6 ' 5 4 


3 


360 


(Ordinary)t. . 


188 


173 


157 


5i8 


23,475 20,957 


502 391 93 


76 


45,494 


(Agricultural] 


4 




i 


5 


434 


22 


2 





458 


,, (Convent) ... 




IO 


8 


18 


403 


5,914 


i 9 








6,327 


(Workhouse) 


7 


7 


*3 


27 


652 


598 


6 


4 





i 


1,261 


Training Establishmt. 
























Church Education 
























Society 


i 





_^_ 


i 








5 





_ 





5 


Church Education So- 
























ciety and Parochial 
























Schools 


8 


3 


92 


103 


64 


47 


1,377 M56 19 


ii 


2,674 


Endowed Schools (a) 


2 


i 


3 


6 


i 




1 06 


102 4 


i 


2! 4 


School of Science and 






















Art 








i 


I 


13 


2 





5 





20 


Christian Brothers' 






















Schools 


7 








7 


1,902 

















1,9O2 


Convent School (other 
























than National) 





i 





i 





384 











384 


Orphanage (Convent) 




i 





i 





7 





, 





7 


Orphanage () 








i 


i 







3 


5 





8 


Irish Church Mission 




















School 








i i 








18 


22 








40 


Wesleyan Methodist 






















Schools 








7 


7 








29 


23 


43 


4i 


136 


Patronage Schools (c) 


i 


i 


4 


6 


106 


48 


29 


58 






241 


Regimental Schools... 








2 


2 


2 


3 


36 


35 


3 


i 


80 


Industrial Schools ... 


i 


3 





4 


3 


230 











260 


Reformatory School.. 


i 







i 


205 


_ 














205 


Prison School 


i 








i 


241 





30 





2 





273 


Private Schools 


6 


2 


41 


49 


897 


576 


45 


61 


7 


17 


1,603 


Total ... 


230 


203 


332 


765 


28,620 


28,955 


2,199 


1,876 


175 


151 


61,976 


SUPERIOR. J 
























College (rf) 


i 








i 























Endowed Schools (e) .' 


6 


I 


2 


9 


16 





165 


56 


3 


i 


241 


Ecclesiastical Schl. (/) 


i 








i 


88 














88 


Convent Schools 





2 


3 


5 


2 3 


272 














295 


Wesleyan Meth. Schl. 


i 







i 


4 





10 





14 





28 


Private Schools 


6 


I 


4 


ii 


119 





53 


54 


4 


2 


232 


Total ... 


15 


4 


9 


28 


250 


272 


228 


no 


21 


3 


884 


General Total ... 


245 


207 


341 


793 


28,870 


29,227 


2,427 


1,986 


196 


154 


62,860 












58,097 


4,413 


503 





* Where the instruction is exclusively English, t These form the second group in the classification of the 
National Board, the Model Schools being first. J Where one (or more) foreign language is taught. 

(a) Erasmus Smith's, 5 Schools i at Aghadown, 2 Bandon, i Innishannon, and i Clonakilty ; Moore's 
Endowment, Kilworth. (l>) Orphanage at Waterfall, Inniskenny. (c) Mrs. Longfield's, Longueville; 
Lady Mary Smith Barry's, Clonmfil ; Viscount and Lady Doneraile's, Doneraile ; 2, Subscription, Kinsale, 
(rf) No return; but during Session 1870-1 there were 88 Roman Catholic, 141 Episcopalian, and 18 Presby- 
terian students, (e) Bishop Crowe's, Cloyne ; Diocesan. Mallow : Diocesan. Roscarbery ; Earl of Cork's, 
Bandon ; Ditto, Charleville ; Earl of Shannon's, Clonakilty ; Countess of Orkney's, Midleton ; Edward 
Southwell's, Kinsale ; Mr. Colville's. Rochelle, Knockrea. (/) St. Colman's, Fermoy. 



8 STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. 

TALLE IX. Number and Proportion per cent to the Population of Persons under 
. Instruction in the County (exclusive of City) in 1861 and 1871. 



Census Periods, &c. 


Total number receiving Instruction. 


Roman 
Catholics. 

M. F. 


Protestant Presbyterians 
Episcopalians, and all others. 

M. F. M. F. 


Total Persons. 
M. F. 


1861. 
















Persons under Instruction 
Per-centage to Population 


20,287 20,371 
9'5 9'47 


2,686 
15-90 


2,192 
1376 


162 
8-86 


139 
9-40 


23,135 
IO'O4 


22>702 
976 


Total Males and Females 


9-52 


14.86 


9-10 


9-90 


1871. 
















Persons under Instruction 
Per-centage to Population 


28,870 ' 29,227 
14-54 ' 14-84 


2,427 
14-84 


1,986 
13-29 


196 
4 '56 


154 

7'97 


31,493 
I4'37 


31,367 

'4'3' 


Total Males and Females 


14.49 


14 


10 


5-62 


H '34 



TABLE X. Age Periods of the Population of County and City in 1871. 



Popu 


ation. 


Under 1 
one year 


if 

M" 


o 

!i 


io and 
under 15! 


c ? 
a 

rf 

3 


"O c? 

gfe 

-3 



._ 

I? 

ft V 

m-O 

3 


1? 

-. u 

RJ 


_ o 
-. v 
"""c 

^ 3 


Total Persons 


Sexes. 


517076 { 


M. 256,062 
F. 261,014 


6,736 
6,639 


26,262 

25,712 


32,172 
31,151 


30,408 j 
29,304 j 


*4,553 
24.020 


21,160 

20,681 


17,675 
18002 


16,736 
I7,4i7 


I2,O26 
IIJ70 


c * 

c - 
a v 

*1 


o 
-a m 

c - r . 
vfO 


"13 ID 

|& 
* 


^3 

C u 

"J 
10 3 


11 
II 


zt 

u 
*j 


o r- 

C t. 
<X V 

M 


175 and 
under So 


c oo 
- b 
a v 

8! 


& 

a v 
io" 
oo 


o & 

C - 
(t V 

&1 


95 and 
undr too 


over too 


Ages not 
specified 


M.I 2,939 
F. 13,984 


8,426 

9357 


12,628 

H-95 1 


7,641 
8.148 


12,611 

14,423 


1,471 

i,557 


5.221 
5>47o 


1,609 I>9l6 
1.649 2(>2d 


395 
454 


27.5 
350 


72 
106 


3S 
65 


I 4 2 
177 



TABLE XL Numbers and Ages of Unmarried, Married, and Widowed Persons 
in County and City in 1871. 





? 


u a 
o 


15 























20 


25 


35 


4 


5 


45 






















t Males 


167954 


9,5578 


24,506 


19-494 


11,697 


' 6.064 


2-735 


2,037 


I,H2 


Unmarried j Females 


153886 


92,806 


23-456 


I5'436 7,279 


3-729 


1,843 


2 


118 


I,I9S 


x , | Husbands 


79,319 









47 


1,641 


5,881 


10.460 


9.054 


10,552 


6,899 


\ Wives .. 


80,062 









558 


5 176 


10,356 


1 2. 989 


9,129 


IO,2IO 


6,595 


wj i \ Widowers 8,789 
Widowed j widows .. ;2 , 7 o6 7 


- 






6 


25 
69 


97 
367 




212 

699 


237 
798 


I 


350 
656 


.395 
^564 


Total ...517077 


188384 48,573 


41,841 


35.677i 34,153 23,796,26,923 


17783 
















80 


85 go 


95 - 


Ages 


Condition. 


So 


<* 


60 


65- 


70 


75 


Over not 
loo. !speci 




















fied. 


TT . , | Males ... 
Lnmarned i Females.. 


1,427 787 
1.720 817 


I, 
I. 


157 


401 477 
553 638 


131 
213 


162 38 28 
287, 42 42 


II 
II 


2 


92 
104 


Married, ' H . usbands ( IO 349 6,106 


9,8303199 3 183 
6,5381824 1,331 


8 7 I 


946 
283 


144 76 
39 H 


23 

8 


H 


44 
SO 


, ( Widowers 852 
\\idowed j W idow S .. .3-62 1 


748 
2,297 


1,624 871 1,561! 607 

6,2932180 3.501 I 121 


808 
2054 


213 121 

373; 294 




? 7 


24 j 6 

63 ; 24 


Total ...2758215789 


270349028 I069I 32584540 


849 575 178 


103 320 



STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. g 

TABLE XII. Birthplaces of the Inhabitants of County and City in 1871, 



Where Born. 


Number 
of 
Males. 


Number 
of 
Females 


Total. 


Where Born. 


Number Number 
of of Total. 
Males. Females 


Province of Leinster . 








Province ofMunster. 








Carlow County. 
Dublin Co. or City. 
Kildare County. 
Kilkenny, Co. or City. 
King's County. 
Longford County. 


155 
1,412 
213 
288 
182 

8s 


105 

151 

229 
138 

37 


26O 

2-544 
364 
517 
320 

122 


Clare County. 
Cork Co or City 
Kerry County. 
Limerick Co. orCy. 
Tipperary County 
Waterford, Co. or 


279 
233178 
1,536 

2,339 
1,267 
1,339 


184 463 
245000478178 
1,566 3,102 
2,716 15055 
1,204 2 47 J 
1,690 3 029 


Louth County. 


06 






FCitv 






Meath County. 
Queen's County. 


"5 
261 


68 
170 


431 


Total of Province. . . . 


239938 


252360 


492298 


Westmeath County. 
Wexford County. 


123 
234 


86 
262 


2O9 
496 


Prow, of Comtaught. 








Wicklow County. 


154 


"5 


269 


Galway, co. or town 


318 


182 


500 










Leitrim County. 


61 


20 


81 


Total of Province. . . . 


3,3i8 


2,537 


5.855 


Mayo County. 


177 


9 8 


275 










Roscommon Co. 


"5 


66 


181 


Province of Ulster. 








Sligo County. 


92 


46 


138 


Antrim County. 
Armagh County. 


363 
146 


204 
74- 


567 
22O 


Total of Province. . . . 


763 


412 


M75 


Cavan County. 


109 


48 


I C7 










Donegal County. 


86 


69 




Outside Ireland. 








Down County. 
Fermanagh County. 
Londonderry County. 
Mouaghan County. 


263 

112 

85 
72 


1 02 

43 
50 

57 


365 
155 
135 
129 


England and Wales 
Scotland. 
Colonies & E.Indies 
Foreign Parts. 


8,130 
640 

495 

1,284 


2860 
386 

1. 221 

354 


10,990 
1,026 
1,716 
1,638 


Tyrone County. 


92 


42 


134 


At Sea. 


24 18 


42 


Total of Province. . . . 


1,328 


689 


2,017 


General Total. . . . 


25592o|2oo837 


5i67S7| 



TABLE XIII. Birthplaces of the Inhabitants of the County (exclusive of City) 
iu 1841, 1851, 1861, and 1871, with their per-centages to the Total Population. 





Birthplace. 




Periods. 


Province of Munster. 


Pro- Pro- 


Pro- I Great Britain. 1 Cork County. 




Cork Co. 
or City. 


Other 
Counties. 


vince of 
Leinster 


vince of 

Ulster. 


Con- 
naught. 


England , Scot- 
& Wales. 1 land. 


Abroad. 


1841 ... 


760,370 


8,775 


1,401 


531 


441 


1,468 158 


254 773,398 


1851 ... 


537,394 


14,835 


3.576 


962 


906 


3653 668 


1.582 563,576 


1861 ... 


444,826 


8,992 


3,045 


1,196 


670 


4,738 633 


597 464-697 


1871 ... 


399,689 


14,120 


5,955 


2,017 


I.I75 


10,990 I I,O26 


343 * 43 s , 403 




Proportion 


per cent 


i 


1841 ... 


98-32- 


1*13 -18 


07 


06 


21 '0^ 10O' 


1851 ... 95'35 


2-63 -64 


17 


16 


77 


28 loo 1 


1861 ... 9572 1-93 -66 


26 


H 


1-16 


13 ioo % 


1871 ... 9i'i7 


3.23 1-36 -46 


26 


274 


78 loo- 



* Exclusive of 31 persons who were born at sea. 

NOTE. The number of Royal Navy and Military included in the population of the County of Cork in 
1861 amounted to 5,254. and in 1871 to 4,525 ; of the latter number 3,194 were natives of England and 
Wales, no of Scotland. 67 were born abroad, and 4 at sea. In the Census of 1841 or that of 1851, the 
Arm/ and Navy servin.; in Ireland were not included in the Population Fables. 



STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. 



TABLE XIV.- Classification of Occupations of Inhabitants in the County, 1871. 

[Exclusive of Summary of City Census.] 



OCCUPATIONS. 


it 
_u 
~n 

a 


ft, 


Roman 
Catholic 


Prot. 
Episco- 
palian. 


Pres- 
byte- 
rian. 


Me- 
tho- 
dist. 


All 
other 
sects. 


Illiterate. 


Males. 


Femls. 


Official and Professional. 




















Civil Service 


269 


29 


1 88 


94 


7 


5 


4 








Governmt. Workman, etc. 


96 




87 


8 




I 





19 





Magistrate 


68 





20 


46 


I 


I 











Officer of Law Courts 


"5 





77 


33 


2 


2 


i 








Police 


782 





562 


195 


20 


I 


4 








Prison Officer 


138 


3 


1 08 


27 


5 





i 


2 


I 


Municipal, Parish, etc, Officer 


149 


42 


144 


43 


2 


3 





7 


2 


Army Officer (effective) ... 


187 




25 


154 


I 


i 


5 








Retired Officer 


72 





29 


4i 


I 





i 








Soldier 


4,140 





1,132 ! 2,713 


125 


1 66 


4 


440 





Militia 


94 





32 


48 


6 





8 








Army Pensioner 


166 





148 


16 


I 





i 


60 





Navv Officer 


48 





6 


4i 


i 














Retired Officer 


23 





17 


6 

















Seaman, R.N. 


229 





124 


95 


4 


3 


3 


22 





Marines, officers and men 


120 





12 


9i 


6 


ii 





19 





Coast Guard, R N. Reserve 


244 





126 


107 


3 


7 


i 


26 





Navy Pensioner 


108 





102 


5 


i 








41 





Clergy Roman Catholic ... 


253 





253 




















Protestant Episcopalian ... 


216 








216 

















Presbyterian 


9 











9 














Methodist 


13 














U 











Independent 


I 

















i 








Missionary, Scripture Reader 


16 





2 


H 





t 











Christian Brother 


15 





15 




















Nun 





293 


293 




















Sister of Mercy 





74 


74 




















Do. Charity 


. 


6 


6 











% 





' 


Church and Chapel Officer ... 


69 


30 


Si 


48 











12 


9 


Barrister 


18 





6 


12 

















Solicitor, Attorney 


76 





30 


42 





4 











Law Student 


9 





6 


3 

















Law Clerk 


54 





* 42 


9 





2 


i 








Physician, Surgeon 


169 





60 


94 


3 


7 


5 








Medical Assistant, Student. 


64 





21 


37 





6 











Dentist 


I 








i 

















Chemist, Druggist, etc. 


16 





II 


I 


i 


2 











Midwife 





49 


47 


2 








i 





39 


Author, Editor, Writer 


I 





I 

















Student, Scholar (15 yrs. up.) 


2,038 2,009 


3,58o 


418 


9 


38 


2 


39 


44 


Painter (Artist) 


7 


2 


5 

















Sculptor 


1 1 ~ 


I 




















Engraver (Artist) 


2 


2 




















Photographer 


4 3 


3 


4 





' 











Musican, Music Master 


'35 6 


no 


24 


2 


2 


3 


65 





Billiard table service, etc. ... 


I? 


15 


2 











8 





Schoolmaster 


3i6 - 


244 


65 


4 


2 


i 








Schoolmistress 


I 7 8 


' tf 


28 


I 


6 











Teacher, Professor, etc. 


478 


419 


50 





8 


i 








Teacher, Governess 




611 


435 


150 


5 


7 


4 








Civil Engineer 


69 





29 


36 




3 


i 








Domestic. 




















Inn & hotel keeper, publican 


588 


242 


787 


39 


i 


2 


i 


55 


47 


Beerseller 


3 


3 




















Lodging, Boarding hse. kpr. 


24 137 


'43 


16 





I 


i 


8 


67 


Institution Service 


56 95 


133 


15 





I 


i 





30 


Domestic Servant (General) 


1,219 16772 


17237 


702 


16 


22 


9 


386 7603 



STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. 
TABLE XIV. Classification of Occupations (continued.) 



n 



OCCUPATIONS. 


V 

"a 

i 


Females 


ioman Prot. 
3atho- Episco- 
lics. palians. 


'res- 
yte- 
ians. 


Me- 
iod- 
ists. 


All 
ther 
ects. 


Illiterate. 


Males. 


''emls. 


Coachman 


412 





371 


41 











124 





Groom 


271 





255 


15 





I 





65 





Gardener 


9 8 





83 


13 


2 








26 





Housekeeper 




7 2 79 


7,036 


227 


3 


9 


4 





3783 


Cook ' ... 





7.85 


676 


99 


5 


4 


i 





239 


Housemaid, Parlourmaid ... 





1,567 


1,436 


124 


i 


4 


2 





431 


Nurse 





1,110 


1,009 


96 


i 


3 


I 





649 


Laundrymaid 





142 


133 


8 


i 




- 





61 


Nurse (not Domestic Servant) 





94 


86 


7 


i 











56 


Charwoman 





126 


121 


4 


i 











109 


Inn, Hotel Servant 


57 


64 


116 


5 











I? 


3 


Cook (not Domestic Servant) 


7 





5 


2 











I 





Wife of Innkeeper, Publican 





457 


447 


10 














7i 


Lodging house keeper 





18 


17 


I 














9 


Shopkeeper 





742 


673 


53 ". 


4 


10 


2 





5 


Farmer, Grazier 





I9I35 


18122 


932 . 


24 


55 


2 





7827 


Shoemaker 





939 


882 


5i 


i 


4 


I 





355 


Butcher 





284 


272 


ii 





i 








114 


Wife following other occupn. 





4,565 


4,273 


257 


15 


18 


2 





2681 


Commercial. 




















Merchant 


174 


2 


74 


73 


6 


20 


3 








Banker 


13 





7 


5 


i 










. 


Bank Service 


99 





29 


61 


2 


4 


3 








Insurance, Benefit Society .. 


3 





i 


2 















Broker, Agent, Factor 


49 





26 


22 





i 











Auctioneer, House Agent .. 


10 





6 


3 


I 














Accountant 


81 





46 


23 





7 


5 








Commercial Clerk 


47i 


70 


410 


9 8 


6 


19 


18 








Do. Traveller 


24 




19 


3 





i 


i 








Pawnbroker 


56 


8 


3 2 


24 





7 


i 








General Dealer (Shopkeeper) 


i,i33 


1,134 


2,040 


176 


10 


37 


4 


134 


404 


Huckster, Costermonger .. 


49 


ifco 


202 


4 





2 




15 


141 


Hawker, Pedlar 


71 


104 


174 


i 











4 2 


90 


Railway Statn. Master, Clerk 


72 





52 


19 


i 













Driver, Stoker 


77 





66 


9 





2 





19 





Porters, etc. 


258 





25? 


5 


i 








49 





Toll Collector 


6 





6 













i 





Livery Stable keeper, Cab 




















Coach, Omnibus Owner . . 


40 


4 


5 


2 





I 




8 


3 


Car driversj etc. 


310 




287 


21 





I 




99 




Carrier, Carter, Drayman .. 


742 





737 


4 










334 





Barge, Lighter, Water Man 


43 





41 













17 





Ship Owner 


IS 





8 


6 
















Steam Navigation Service .. 


68 





39 


28 










13 





Ship Steward, Cook .. 


160 





132 


22 





5 




8 





Seamen, Merchant Service.. 


1,923 





1,104 


717 


18 


33 


Si 


38' 





Pilot 


136 





126 


5 


2 




3 


23 


. 


Boatman 


711 





707 


4 


I 







37i 





Harbour, Dock, Service, etc 


1 02 





90 


II 


I 








37 





Warehouseman, etc. 


57 





49 


5 





i 





8 





Warehousewoman 




3 


3 
















2 


Messenger, Porter 


252 


33 


274 


ii 











66 


30 


Agricultural. 




















Land Proprietor 


43 


217 


189 


442 


2 


6 


8 


3 


30 


Tenant Farmer, Grazier 


26304 


1,824 


26296 1,696 


37 


9i 


i 


8061 


816 


Farmer's Children, etc. 


1.522 


5,9i2 


6,935 441 


H 


39 


5 


216 


841 


Farm Bailiff 


5 














i 





Agricultural Labourer 


17674 


1,475 


18965 169 


8 


5 


2 


11444 


969 


Shepherd .. 146 





144 2 










60 | - 



12 



STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. 
TABLE XIV. Classification of Occupations (continued). 



OCCUPATIONS 




~a 



rt 

B 




ioman 
Catho- 
lics. 


Prot. 
Episco- 
palians. 


Pres- 
byte- 
rians. 


Me- 
thod- 
ists. 


All 
other 
sects. 


Illiterate. 
Males. Femls. 


Farm Servant (Indoor) 


20,999 


3-958 


24469 


462 


II 


3 


2 


8,077 


i,53i 


Land Surveyor ; Land, Estate 




















Agent and Steward 


45 





313 


113 


20 


2 


2 


49 





Woodman 


67 





61 


5 


I 








23 





Nurseryman, Seedsman 


15 


" 


4 


6 


3 


2 










Nursery woman 




3 


2 







I 











Gardener (not Domestic) ... 


717 


5 


633 


84 


3 


2 


2 


165 





Horse Breeder, Dealer 


12 




12 












4 





Horse Breaker 


4 





40 














13 





Horsekeeper, Groom, Jockey 


37 





136 


i 











62 





Farrier, Veterinary Surgeon 


22 





12 


10 











i 





Cattle, Sheep, Pig Dealer ... 


2OI 





196 


5 











36 





Animal, Bird Keeper 





3 


3 















2 


Drover 


16 




16 














6 





Gamekeeper 


56 





36 


20 











12 





Fisherman 


2,666 





i,43i 


1,114 


4 


Ill 


6 


i,IS3 





Industrial. 


















~ 


Bookseller, Publisher 


6 


3 


3 


4 





2 











Bookbinder 


2 




2 



















Printer 


33 





17 


*5. 





I 











Newspaper Agent, Vendor... 


7 





7 













3 





Musical Instrument Dealer... 


3 





2 


i 
















Lithographer 


3 





2 


i 


, 














Wood Carver 


2 





2 




















Toy Dealer, Maker 


I 


3 


3 


i 

















Fishing Tackle Maker 





i 


I 




















Pattern Designer 





i 


I 

















I 


W T atchmaker, Clockmaker ... 


30 





17 


12 





I 





i 





Optician, etc. 


I 







I 

















Weighing Machine Maker ... 


I 











- 


I 











Gunsmith 


7 





3 


3 





I 











Machine Maker, Agent 


67 


i 


49 


ii 


3 


I 





3 


I 


Agricultural Implemt. Maker 


10 





10 


















jyiillw riijiit ... 
Tool Maker, Dealer 


2 

I 





2 
I 











- 








Cutler 


II 


i 


10 


2 











3 





Coachmaker 


62 





47 


10 


2 


2 


i 


4 





Wheelwright 


44 





44 














i 





Saddler, Harness Maker ... 


235 





221 


12 


I 


I 





22 





Ship, Boat Builder, Shipwght 303 





263 


35 





I 


4 


15 





Sailmaker 


19 





18 


i 











I 





House Proprietor 


13 


4i 


26 


21 


-* 


7 








4 


Architect 


9 




4 


5 

















Surveyor 


4 





3 


i 

















Builder 


33 





24 


8 


I 














Carpenter, Joiner 


2135 





2,054 


74 





6 


i 


169 





Bricklayer 


4 





2 


i 


I 














Marble Mason 


4 





4 














2 





Mason, Pavior 


810 





784 


22 





' 4 





148 





Slater, Tiler 


148 





144 


4 











23 


Plasterer, Whitewasher .... 1 1 8 





105 


'3 











8 


Plumber, Painter, Glazier ... 243 





171 


62 


6 


2 


2 


9 ! 


Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer 38 


3 


27 


ii 


i 


2 





2 2 


Undertaker .. i 





I 

















Carver, Gilder ... 6 





6 

















Chemical, Colour Manufacture 4 





4 














I 


Dyers, etc. ... 20 





17 








3 





5 


Woolstapler 


4 





3 


i 










i 


Felt Manufacturer 


I 





I 











"~~ 


i 



STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. 
TABLE XIV. Classification of Occupations (continued}. 



OCCUPATIONS. 


"3 
1 


FemalesI 


Roma 
Catho 
lies. 


Prot 
Episco 
palian 


Pre 
byt 

rian 


Me- A 
thod- oil 
ists. sec 


Illiterate. 
Males. Ftm. 


Woollen Cloth Manufacture 


273 


99 


35 1 


17 


I 


2 




83 


69 


Fuller i 


I 





i 




















Wool, Woollen Dyer 


6 





4 


2 

















Wool Spinner 





943 


931 


12 














716 


Worsted Manufacture 


' 


i 


1 


I 











I 


- 


Flannel Manufacture 





i 


i 

















I 


Silk, Satin Manufacture 


i 


8 


8 


I 














6 


Flax, Linen Manufacture 


234 


236 


446 


2 5 


2 








60 


'36 


Lace Manufacture 




61 


61 

















18 


Thread Manufacture 





2 


2 





, 











2 


Cotton Manufacture 


4 


I 


2 


a 

















Weaver (not otherwise descd. 


428 


I, OO6 


1-375 


56 


I 


2 


- 


1 88 


66l 


Bleacher ,, 


i 





i 



















Draper, Mercer 


423 


9 6 


43i 


52 


3 


29 


4 


5 


7 


Fancy Goods Maker, Dealer 





578 


567 


9 





2 








357 


Trimming Maker, Dealer .. 





I 


i 

















i 


Embroiderer 





7 


IS 


2 














9 


Hairdresser, Wig Maker 


26 


I 


23 


3 


i 








6 





Hatter, Hat Manufacture .. 


9 


2 


ii 














4 


i 


Straw Plait Manufacture .. 





5 


4 


i 

















Furrier, Skinner 


8 




8 














3 





Tailor, Vest Maker 


1,508 


20 


1,501 


19 


3 


5 





400 


5 


Milliner, Dressmaker 




1.355 


1,217 


122 


3 


13 








147 


Shirt Maker, Seamtress 





2,459 


2,280 


166 


2 


10 


I 





446 


Stay Maker, Ladies' Outfitte 





2 


2 

















i 


Hosiery Manufacture 


i 


4 8 


49 

















4i 


Hosier, Haberdasher 


3 


2 5 


28 














i 


16 


Shoemaker, Bootmaker 


2,568 


29 


2.422 


3 


I 


ii 


4 


406 


6 


Umbrella, Stick Maker. 


2 




2 



















Button Maker, Dealer 





5 


4 


i 














2 


Laundry Keeper 





546 


533 


12 


I 











306 


Mat Maker, Seller 





8 


8 

















7 


Rope, Cord Maker 


47 


2 


46 


3 











10 


2 


Canvas, Sailcloth Manufacture 


2 





2 



















Net Maker 





19 


17 


2 














13 


Sacking, Bag Maker 





I 


i 




















Cowkeeper, Milkseller 


531 


213 


736 


8 











34 


127 


Cheesemongr, Butter, Egg Dlr 


So 


226 


300 


5 











34 


191 


Butcher, Victualler 


6i3 


19 


607 


23 











ISO 


10 


Provision Curer, Dealer 


15 


23 


32 


5 


I 


i 





5 


15 


Poulterer, Game Dealer 


7 


16 


21 


2 











5 


4 


Fishmonger 


in 


86 


146 


46 


I 


3 


i 


23 


67 


Corn, Flour, Seed Merchant 


83 





59 


18 


- 


6 





13 





Miller 


3i7 


2 


273 


28 


I 


16 


i 


53 


2 


Baker 


624 


24 


613 


36 


I 


5 


3 


7* 


H 


Confectioner, Pastrycook ... 


7 


28 


20 


U 





4 







5 


Fruit, Vegetable Dealer 


27 


144 


169 


2 











13 


114 


Malster 


35 





32 


3 











ii 





Brewer 


38 





31 


7 











i<& 





Wine and Spirit Merchant ... 


21 


I 


13 


9 


_. 








i 





Cellerman 


6 





6 




















Mineral Water Manufacture 


3 





2 


i 

















Grocer, Tea Dealer 


220 


8l 


234 


48 


4 


10 


3 


4 


ii 


Tobacco Manufacture, Dealer 


23 


12 


29 


4 


2 







3 


2 


Tallow Chandler 


24 


2 


22 


4 













I 


Tanner 


3 2 





26 


3 





i 


2 


5 





Currier 


7 8 


2 


69 


9 





2 





12 





Portmanteau Maker, Dealer 


4 





4 



















Hair, Bristle Manufacture ... 


2 





i 





I 


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I 





Brush, Broom Maker, Dealer! 8 


I 


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TABLE XIV. - Classification of Occupations (continued}. 



OCCUPATIONS 


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1 




Roman 
Catiiu- 
lics. 


Prot. 
Episco- 
palians 


('res 
byte 
rians 


Mo- All 

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Illiterate. 


Males 


. Femls. 


Oil and Colourman 


3 
















1 


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French Polisher 


i 





I 




















Timber Merchant, Dealer ... 


16 





12 


3 





I 





4 





Sawyer 


129 





126 


3 











27 





Wood Turner, Worker 


8 





6 


i 


I 


. 





I 





Cooper, Hoop Maker 


348 





322 


19 


6 


i 





49 





Cork Cutter 


4 





4 




















Basket Maker 


40 


2 


40 


2 











22 


2 


Rag Gatherer, Dealer 


44 


25 


* 














34 


21 


Paper Manufacture 


:8 


b 


6 


I 











5 


3 


Hay and Straw Dealer 


2 





2 













i 





Thatcher 


71 





7 


I 











37 





Coal Miner 


2 





2 














i 





Copper Miner 


4 





4 













3 





Miner (branch undefined) . . . 


596 





568 


5 





23 





421 


-r 


Mine Service (metal not stated) 


41 





26 


E 





IO 





ii 





Connected with Mines 




85 


85 

















71 


Coal Merchant, Dealer 


12 


i 


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2 

















Coalheaver, Labourer 


48 





47 





i 








20 





Chimneysweeper 


31 





3 











I 


25 





Gas Works Service 


IS 





13 


I 


i 








3 





Stone Quarrier 


203 


-i- 


201 


2 








-- 


104 





Stone Merchant, etc. 


224 





208 


12 





2 


2 


'7 





Slate Quarrier 


IO 





10 


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s 





Limestone Quarrier, Burner 10 





JO 


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I 





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I 


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I 





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60 


4 


64 














29 


I 


Railway Navvy, etc. 


137 




135 


2 











54 





Road Contractor, Surveyor... 


119 





"5 


4 











35 





Road Labourer, Scavenger... 


37 





37 














20 





Earthenware Manufacture ... 


H 


2 


16 











- 


4 


I 


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2 





2 



















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I 





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I 








Waterworks Service 


21 


I 


19 


3 











5 


1 


Goldsmith, Jeweller 


4 





I 


3 
















Copper Manufacture 


4 





3 


i 











i 





Tinplate Worker 


93 


12 


104 


i 





. 





M 


12 


Tinker 


46 





44 


i 








I 


39 





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6 





6 













4 





Locksmith, Bellhanger 


7 





6 








t 





2 





Gas Fitter 


it 





'3 


5 

















Wire Maker, Worker 


i 





I 







i 


I 





Iron Manufacturer ... 


10 





5 


5 











I 





Whitesmith 


19 





'9 













5 





Blacksmith 


1,399 


1 


' J73 


20 


2 


5 





324 


I 


Nail Manufacture 


221 


J 


206 


16 











58 





Ironmonger, Hardware Dealer 


37 


II 


35 


7 




6 





3 


4 


Undefined Occupation 


















General Labourer 


21299 


I,2O9 


22272 


201 


10 


13 


12 


3548 869 


Artizan, Mechanic 


16 





10 


6 














Engine Driver, Stoker 


82 





73 


6 


3 





-- 


12 


Factory Labourer 


131 


"3 


241 


3 








.... 


37 5' 


Shop Assistant 


96 


268 


3'2 


41 





10 


I 


5 i 


Apprentice 


61 


5 


61 


2 





3 





3 


Independent Persons, etc. ... 


388 


934 


398 j 867 4 


22 


31 


58 


Vagrant 


IQO 


788 


968 9 - 


I 


158 741 


Children, etc 


86759 


34277 


01726 15037 690 


1 121 2492 


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18 STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. 

TABI.S XVIII. Extent of Land under Crops in the County from 1868 to 1873. 
Area (including water), 1,849,683 statute acres. 







T3 










Fallow 








Barley, 






Other 




Meadow 


Total 


or un- 


Years. 


Wheat. 


Oats. 


Bere, " g g 


Pota- 


Turnips 


' Green 


Flax: 


and 


Extent 


cropped 








and &< 


toes. 




Crops. 




Clover. 


under 


arable 








Rye. , M 












Crops. 


land. 




Acres. 


Acres. 


Acres. Acres 


Acres. 


Acres. 


Acres. 


Acres. 


Acres. 


Acres. 


Acres. 


1868 ... 


27,134 14285221.519! 24 


90.939 40,897 112.957 


1,096 


132218469636 


1,296 


1869 ... 


22,892 14535825462 10 


90,230 40,971 


12,929 


2,028 


126298466178 


663 


1870 ... 


27,886 


129621 30034 


23 


91.345 42,864 


H386 


2,659 


134639473457 


1,481 


1871 ... 


28,253 


12809224,458 


30 


89,578 40 703 


17,297 


1,764 


139310469485 


1,441 


1872 ... 


23.952 


12965522,374 


17 


82.981 41,294 


I74I9 


1,396 


141767460835 5, i8S 


1873 ... 


19,291 


11590225442 


2 4 68,330 40,496 


IS.57I 


992 


147348433398 


1,442 



TABLE XIX.- Number of Live Stock in the County from 1868 to 1873. 



Years. 


Horses 
and Asses. 
Mules. 


CATTLK.* 


Sheep, f 


Pigs.J 


Goats. 


Poultry. 


Under 
one 
year. 


One and 
under 2 
years. 


2 years 
and 
upwards 


Milch ' Total 
Cows. | Cattle. 


1868 ... 
1869 ... 
1870 ... 
1871 .. 
1872 ... 
I8 73 ... 


53-526 
53-333 
54'152 
55430 
55.523 
54.044 


7,76l 

7-563 
8,007 
8,115 
7,988 
8, 1 68 


60,524 
63.969 
69.537 

73:138 
84-330 
97,021 


47.975 
47-073 
49,869 

54.079 
48,889 
60,730 


39,614 
39,272 
36.538. 
37,124 

33-499 
33>236 


i 73355'32 1468 4301 83 117789 I9638'S5I267 
17723632755039963913456819569840350 
180177 336121 360935 18160420642883197 
182075 346416 343337 195665^2238 935726 
181661 348379324583 171790:22380935873 
180205 3718921342473 136524 23526971-821 



* Number of Cattle exported from the Port of Cork in 1870 Oxen, 17,337; Calves, 10,361 ; Total, 27,698. 
Do., do., do., 1872 23,297; ,, 51,614; 74,911. 

t Number of Sheep and Lambs exported from the Port of Cork in 1870 104,534 ; in 187299,208. 
) Number of Pigs do., do., do., 62,499; >< 4i47i. 

TABLE XX. Number of Factories for the Spinning and Weaving of Wool, 
Flax, &c., and for the Manufacture of Paper, in 1870. 





5.2 ! <> 


Amount of 5 " o 


v y ui Total employed. 


Nature of Factory. 


o 2 ' No. of 


b E 

2* - 


Moving Power 


21; 


to O 


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Spindles 


9 
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Steam. 


Wtr. 


31 


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F. 


M. & 

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WOOL Spinning and 


























Weaving 


14 


7,126 24 


28 


162 


I 


3 


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'34 


173 


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FLAX Spinning 


2 


19,168 - 


540 


70 





68 434 


255 


323 


434 


7S7 


PAPER MILLS 


3 


- 3* - 


52 





7 26 


30 


37 


26 


63 



Machines. 



TABLE XXI. Number of Fishing Vessels employed on the Coast of the 
County, with Men and Boys, in 1872. 







Employed in 1872. 


Name of Division. 


Houn del rics. 








Vessels. 


Men. 


Boys 


Youghal 


Ballyvoile to Garryvoe Strand, co. Cork 


181 


692 


21 


Queenstown . . . 


Ballycotton Bay to Ringabella Bay, including 










Queenstown Harbour 


196 


667 


44 


Kinsale 


Myrtleville Point to Galley Head, West, co. Cork 


457 


2,155 


117 


Skibbereen 


Galley Head to Snave Bridge, at the head of Ban- 










try Bay 


443 


i,955 


I 10 


Castletown Bere Snave Bridge, co. Cork, to Kenmare Bridge, co. 








Kerry 


267 


1.208 


27 



STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. 19 

TABLE XXII. Summary of the Presentments made by the Grand Juries of the 
County for Twenty-five Years, from 1850 to 1874, inclusive. 

Compiled by JOHN GEOROE M'CARTHV, Jun., Office of JAMES DELACOUR, Treasurer of the County Cork. 





Col. i. 


Col. 2. 


Col. 3. 


Col. 4. 


Col. 5. 


Co!. 6. 






Commissioners 














of 


Contractors 




Gaols and 


Building or 




Presentments 


Public Works 


for 


Sudden 


Bridewells, 


repairing 


Years. 


for Roads, 


and Paymaster 


repairing Roads. 


Breaches, on 


including 


Gaols, 




Bridges, &c. 


of 




orders of 


Conveyance of 


Bridewells, or 






Civil Services 


See Table xxiv. 


Magistrates. 


Prisoners. 


Court Houses. 






for Works. 


(a) 


(b) 








s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


1850 


1687 6 7 


3712 13 4 


30599 13 5 


341 18 o 


5106 2 6 


55 o o 


1851 


4078 o 8 2128 18 7 


24592 2 I 


385 5 9 3220 o o 


304 15 o 


1852 


2655 9 o 3066 13 5 


27023 5 9 


142 15 9 .3712 14 o 


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3289 12 10 2178 9 ii 


27668 ii i 


296 6 9 6801 5 10 


299 4 6 


1854 


10772 2 4 2151 18 o 


31379 o 8 


637 18 3 3472 i 8 


395 !7 o 


1855 


8062 8 5 i 792 19 5 


34160 10 7 


224 i 5 5675 15 o 


III 9 2 


1858 7779 5 n j 971 5 i 


36183 18 9 


578 17 6 


4950 i 6 6 


250 2 I 


1857 5051 6 u |ui8 13 6 


38072 10 3 


264 15 o 


3391 15 I J 


186 13 9 


1858 14034 16 u 680 6 2 


38630 4 4 


839 8 o 3138 3 4 


745 18 6 


1859 


14135 26 240 13 u 


37441 3 6 


1072 ii 6 3476 8 o 


200 o o 


1860 


10816 i o 101 10 o 


36509 ii o 


624 16 o- 3848 o o 


969 10 o 


1861 


11073 it ii 171 10 o 38036 o 3 


634 15 o 13550 o o 


799 o o 


1862 


7478 3 4 


216 18 o 139990 12 o 


625 2 o 4124 8 4 


669 10 o 


1863 


8060 15 8 


168 2 8 43556 7 7 


525 18 o 3003 14 8 


227 o o 


1864 


8326 3 3 


81 10 o 


45779 o 9 


300 5 2 3600 o 4 


236 10 o 


1865 


11321 5 i 


81 10 o 


46i39 5 6 


2 79 3 o 3960 12 10 


271 o o 


186S 


10697 6 10 


40 15 o 


47077 10 5 


367 3 o 3927 2 5 


642 o o 


188'/ 


7040 i 8 9 





49302 10 ii 


613 15 6 4012 2 6 


742 10 o 


1868 1 5624 9 5 





50179 3 4 


499 i 9 4650 o o 


612 o o 


1869 6307 14 10 





49726 7 9 


1049 19 9 4782 16 4 


1192 9 o 


1870 


6626 5 8 





48183 2 3 


834 ii 4 '4408 i 2 


924 10 o 


1871 


8379 5 5 





46899 4 4 


675 2 9 4621 13 5 1005 o o 


1872 


7875 18 2 


276 10 6 


48595 2 7 


477 7 o 4201 2 9 1004 o o 


1873 


9445 19 10 


276 10 6 


50003 18 6 


1473 15 o 5665 9 o 


1240 o o 


1874 


7569 14 2 


301 o 6 


50986 2 I 


618 o o 6280 10 4 


1168 10 o 




Col. 7. 


Col. 8. 


Col. 9 


Col. 10. 


Col. ii. 


Col 12. 










Crown 


Rents of Ceurt 




Years. 




Industrial 


Constabulary 


Witnesses' 


and Sessions 


Malicious 




Reformatories. 


Schools. 


Extra Force. 


Expenses. 


Houses and 


Injuries. 










(O 


Militia Stores. 




1850 








6356 14 8 


2328 6 6 


593 17 5 


498 7 10 


1851 








6320 3 9 


2166 17 5 


298 15 9 


165 12 5 


1852 








5979 o 3 


1462 12 7 


353 15 3 


319 8 6 


1853 








5836 ii 9 


1349 6 10 


432 7 9 


391 6 ii 


1854 








4841 15 10 


1598 16 6 


416 17 9 


383 8 10 


1855 








2571 i/ 10 


1431 14 6 


353 5 9 


306 14 o 


1856 








2577 13 8 


495 13 o 


374 o 9 


96 i o o 


1857 








2593 i 9 


1265 15 o 


538 15 10 


454 13 6 


1858 


. 





916 12 7 


663 12 7 


442 16 o 


271 o o 


1859 











1037 ii 10 


497 2 i 


801 2 2 


1860 











250 o o 


489 9 6 


404 o o 


1861 














491 15 o 


450 5 o 


1862 


18 15 8 











523 o o 


472 6 o 


1863 


27 7 9 











574 H o 


252 10 o 


1864 


32 13 5 











600 8 2 


55i 15 o 


1865 


152 13 9 











511 o o 


826 17 o 


1866 


137 7 2 











457 6 3 


1250 9 o 


1867 


133 12 o 











533 14 o 


i 506 3 o 


1868 


221 16 5 











588 14 6 


2024 5 9 


1869 


'64 5 3 











583 16 6 


3301 15 o 


1870 


245 19 4 











505 o o 


1918 18 o 


1871 


349 i? i 


1245 10 4 








503 12 O iSig 17 O 


1872 


236 5 4 


681 6 5 


275 





595 o o 1046 10 o 


1873 


399 12 3 


,1557 IS u 


23 J 4 9 





517 o o 2385 o o,, 


1874 


269 i 6 o 


1332 4 2 







511 o o mo 10 o 



For Notes (a), (b), fcj, (d) See page 21. 



20 



STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. 



TABLE XXII. Summary of Presentments for Twenty-five Years continued. 





CoL 13. 


Col. 14. 


Col. 15. 


Col. 16. 


Col. 17. 


Col. 18. 






Lunatic 


Lunatic 






Maintenance 




Lunatic 


Asylum. 


Asylum, 






of 


Years. 


Asylum. 
Maintenance. 


Expense of 
Erection. 


Additional 
New 


County and 
City Infirmary 


Dispensaries. 


Deserted 
Children. 








Buildings. 












. w 


(/) 


(4! 


(V 


(i) 




a. d. 


^ s. d. 


jC s. d. 


s d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


1850 


3535 5 5 






28 16 o 


2956 ii 10 


456 14 10 


1851 


3277 8 2 







32 II O 13124 17 2 


353 18 o 


1852 


3242 10 7 










52 o 6 


375 7 10 


1853 


3515 o 8 













375 13 i 


1854 


4137 17 4 













437 15 10 


1855 


4371 19 3 













434 13 4 


1856 


4749 19 4 


4948 II 4 











409 4 8 


1857 


4770 7 5 


4948 9 8 











445 8 6 


1858 


4689 10 2 


4948 9 8 











417 6 8 


1859 


4420 5 8 


4948 9 8 











453 15 4 


1860 


5165 10 8 


4948 9 8 











472 18 4 


1831 


5676 3 3 


4948 9 8 





235 o o 





495 10 o 


1862 


6189 7 6 


4948* 9 8 





1077 10 10 





521 10 10 


1863 


5768 3 10 


4948 9 8 





777 10 10 





518 15 o 


1864 


6482 5 4 


4948 9 8 





777 10 10 





296 6 8 


1865 


6480 18 8 


4948 9 8 





777 10 10 





50 10 10 


1866 


6564 i 8 3 


4948 9 8 





777 10 10 





33 o o 


1867 


7147 19 2 


4948 9 8 





777 10 10 







1868 


7436 5 9 


4948 9 8 





777 10 10 








1869 


6708 17 o 


4948 9 8 





777 10 10 








1870 


7499 9 7 








777 10 10 








1871 


7748 4 9 








777 10 10 





- 


1872 


9512 16 I 





302 8 10 


777 10 10 








1873 


10958 5 3 





302 8 7 


777 10 10 








1874 


13044 13 4 





302 8 4 


777 10 10 










Col. 19. 


Col. 20. 


CoL 21. 


Col. 22. 


Col. 23. 


Col. 24. 












Valuation 






Dfficers' Salaries 


Collectors' 


Coroners, 




and 


Printing 


Years. 


and 


Poundage 


for holding 


Registry 


Annual 


and 




Superannuation 


and 


Inquests. 


Expenses. 


Revision. 


Advertising. 




Allowances. 


Remuneration. 






' (*) 




1850 


3596 17 8 


4583 IS ' I 


426 i 3 


3676 8 4 


654 8 i 


1851 


3516 7 4 2798 2 4 


536 o o 


492 14 o 4017 13 5 


1106 16 5 


1852 


3449 I 10 2357 7 o 


430 14 9 


4292 14 2 


810 19 10 


1853 


3521 4 3 2846 4 2 


387 14 o 


533 5 i 4395 3 4 


631 14 4 


1854 


3578 6 8 2513 8 7 


414 6 9 


472 12 ii 4990 3 9 


535 2 2 


1855 


3539 I 8 2685 13 3 


363 7 9 


478 ii 10 4866 ii 4 


581 7 o 


1856 


3482 IG o 2557 4 2 


462 17 9 


508 ii 6 15484 9 jo 


602 10 7 


1857 


3616 3 4 2839 3 8 


432 19 6 481 8 7 ,2872 10 2 


574 19 ii 


1858 


3659 19 7 


2832 3 9 


459 i 6 6 


491 3 2 918 16 6 


611 10 3 


1859 


3754 17 6 


3094 18 7 


409 16 6 


482 12 9 , 812 o o 


805 18 9 


1860 


3784 9 2 


2669 6 3 


451 66 


505 9 8 1474 5 2 


912 2 5 


1861 


5536 19 2 


2742 9 4 


451 16 9 


507 17 6 1248 2 5 


034 i o 


1862 4284 9 2 


2810 19 8 


462 12 6 


516 10 9 ! 917 4 8 


947 o 4 


1363 | 4282 12 5 


2725 12 9 473 9 6 


517 10 4 


549 '4 o 


937 4 9 


1864 


4498 5 o 


3026 19 6 ' 362 4 6 


512 2 I 


420 8 2 


892 13 i 


1865 


4443 19 2 


3134 19 ii 555 10 6 


510 ii 5 


852 i o 


771 i 2 


1866 


4592 4 2 


3314 2 7 492 9 o 


521 18 ii 4^50 o o 


952 7 ii 


1867 


4588 17 6 


3221 78 491 6 o 518 ii 6 . 884 2 ? 


835 i- 4 


1868 


4427 o 2 


3229 8 8 


480 18 6 506 10 4 1339 17 8 


693 o 3 


1869 


4567 17 10 


3339 1 8 o 


455 5 6 515 5 7 , 888 6 3 


520 2 8 


1870 


4576 7 8 


3214 5 9 


424 36 543 9 9 823 14 ii j 


184 18 ii 


1871 


4541 18 4 


3085 19 10 


432 15 6 555 6 5 807 i 8 


861 3 3 


1872 


4614 12 6 


3130 10 9 436 8 6 565 i 6 768 14 i 


813 15 o 


1873 


4769 4 8 


3347 15 4 449 7 6 582 6 3 1033 13 6 


895 17 ii 


1874 5030 5 4 


3433 28 394 ii o 632 46 813 8 6 7^4 9 o 



For Notes (t), (/), ( ), (k} (i] r^-See opposite page. 



STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK 



TABLE XXII. Summary of Presentments for Twenty-five Years continued. 



Years. 


Col. 25. 

Uncollectable 
Arrears. 

fm) 


Col. 26. 

Miscella- 
neous, not 
included in 
the foregoing. 


Total. 


Deduct 
Represent- 
ments, &c. 


Net Levy. 


|Z s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


1850 2008 5 9 


2385 17 6 


75589 2 


1197 19 10 


74391 22 


1851 1523 5 7 


238 7 6 


64498 12 4 


2097 9 8& 


62401 2 yf'T 


1852 1747 12 4 


438 i 6 10 


62013 2 


339 17 10 


61673 2 4 


1853 


925 4 3 


217 7 4 


65891 14 8 


537 3 6 


65354 II 2 


1854 


275 3 5 


337 8 8 


73742 2 II 


2853 6 9 


70888 16 ij 


1855 


257 18 4 


554 15 I0 


71824 15 8 


1667 17 i 


70156 18 7 ~" 


1856 


638 2 10 


2348 13 2 


80450 i 8 5 


2544 10 7 


77906 7 10 


1857 


414 15 8 


360 17 9 


74695 5 7 


2871 10 4 


71823 15 3 


1858 


668 15 9 


672 15 9 


80723 6 2 


1658 16 10 


79064 9 4 


1859 


566" 5 n 


824 12 O 


79475 8 2 


950 18 8 


78524 9 6 


1860 


374 13 10 


648 18 7 


75420 2 9 


4158 16 10 


71261 5 ii 


1861 


425 17 4 


738 17 5 


79248 i 6 


3280 6 9 


75967 H 9 


1862 


386 ii o 


588 14 8 


77769 16 ii 


6338 15 3 


71431 i 8 


1863 


256 o 8 


467 n 6 


78619 5 7 


1827 5 8 


76791 19 ii 


1864 


666 I ii 


517 18 8 


82909 ii 6 


1511 i ii 


81398 9 7 


1865 


558 3 2 


476 9 2 


87103 12 8 


1299 17 8 


85803 15 o 


1866 


543 i o 


808 9 ii 


88575 12 4 


1781 4 4 


86794 8 o 


1867 


638 7 n 


468 10 5 


88376 1 II 


3079 3 7 


85296 18 4 


1868 


656 15 i 


525 6 2 


89420 14 3 


1847 10 5 


87573 3 1 


1869 


655 7 6 


464 12 II 


90950 19 2 


2359 6 7 


88591 ii 7 


1870 


632 ii i 


458 17 10 


83781 17 7 


2977 5 8 


80804 ii ii 


1871 


626 2 10 


445 i 7 


85280 7 4 


2379 3 6 


82901 3 10 


1872 


468 12 2 


538 i ii 


86920 2 4 


2902 i i 


84018 2 3 


1873 


53 3 " 


1476 15 2 


98095 4 8 


3668 12 5 


94426 12 3 


1874 


55 2 7 


1131 16 3 


97011 19 7 


3387 2 9 


93624 i 6 10 



Col. 3. (a) Contractors' Salaries commenced to be presented in advance at Spring Assizes, 1852. 

Col. 4. ffj The Act 30 & 31 Vic. , chap. 112, gives increased power to Magistrates to the extent of 50. 

Col. 10. (cj The expenses under this head since 3151 March, 1859, have been repaid out of the 
Consolidated Fund. 

Col. 12. (d) Including 760, presented at Spring Assizes, 1873, under the Act 33 Vic., chap. 9, for 
compensation for the Murder of John Ilourihane. 

Col. 14. (e) Total expense of erection chargeable to County Cork was .69.278 173., the last 
instalment of which was presented at Summer Assizes, 1869. 

Col. 15. (f) County Proportion of Cost .4,233 i6s. nd., to be levied by 28 half-yearly instalments. 

Col. \6.(gJ The Act 24 & 25 Vic., chap. 29, authorises the County Grand Jury to present a similar 
sum to that levied by the Corporation of Cork. 

Col. ij.f/tj Cost of maintenance transferred to Boards of Guardians under the Act 14 & 15 Vic. , chap. 68 

Col. 18. {i) Cost of maintenance transferred to Boards of Guardians under the Act 27 Vic., chap. 17. 

Col. 2T,.(k) The Act 23 Vic., chap. 4, charges one moiety of the cost of the annual revision to the 
Consolidated Fund. Under the Act 37 & 38 Vic., chap. 70, the proportion of the expense of the Annual 
Revision chargeable to the County of Cork is fixed at 505 'per annum, from 1st July, 1874. 

Col. as.fmj Presentments heretofore made under 6 & 7 Wm. IV, chap. 116, sec. 145, but now made 
under the Act 19 & 20 Vic., chap. 63, sec. 6. 

TABLE XXIII. General Valuation of the County of Cork (exclusive of City) for 
Twenty-one Years, 1854 to 1874 inclusive. 



Years. 


Valuation. 


Years. 


Valuation. 


1854 


& s. d. 

1,003,851 15 3 


1865 


s. d. 

1,042,894 19 8 


1855 


1,003,623 19 II 


1866 


1,044,977 8 3 


1856 


1,007,754 8 o 


1867 


1,046,274 2 3 


1857 


1,014,138 17 5 


1868 


1,047,554 5 9 


1858 


1,018,149 13 b 


1869 


1,048,686 3 9 


1859 


1,019,691 4 8 


1870 


1,050,056 17 9 


1860 


1,023,500 7 8 


1871 


1,062,501 15 9 


1861 


1,032,671 8 o 


1872 


1,064,179 ii 9 


1862 


1,035,998 16 o 


1873 


1,065,634 18 9 


1863 


1,038,706 16 o 


1874 


1,068,045 5 9 


1864 1,040,585 7 o 







22 



STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. 



TABLE XXIV. Summary of Presentments made by the Grand Juries of the 
County to Contractors for Repairing Roads, for Twenty-five Years, from 
1850 to 187 j inclusive. (See Table xxii., col. 3.) 





Col. i. 


CoL 2. 


CoL 3. 


Col. 4. 


Col. 5. Col. 6. 


Years. 


County at Large 
Mail Roads. 


Barony of 
Barretts. 


Barony of 
Barrymore. 


Barony of 
Condons and 


Barony of 
Cork. 


Barony of 

Ihihallow. 










Clongibbons. 









8- d- 


s. d. 


s. d. 


* d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


1850 


852 5 ii 


1109 6 5 


2267 14 5 


2349 15 9 


2559 9 2 


3760 ii 5 


1851 


639 7 6 


956 i 5 


2077 13 4 


1758 9 7 


2421 19 4 


2410 6 7 


1852 


1197 12 4 950 o 4 


2007 10 4 


1958 2 8 


2056 7 6 


2378 9 6 


1853 


819 ii ii 


1060 16 5 


2206 9 5 


1859 13 8 


1999 i 3 


2486 i 6 2 


1854 


1212 II 9 


831 17 8 


3079 o 6 


2476 17 3 


2201 5 6 


2808 i 5 


1855 


1933 i 10 


828 16 i 


3190 16 8 


2094 i o 


2289 o o 


4133 4 2 


1856 


2377 IS 3 


751 16 6 


3181 TI 2 


2200 7 8 


2375 i i 


4345 3 10 


1857 


2731 ii 10 


796 9 6 


3199 8 4 


2002 7 7 


2577 9 u 


4555 15 7 


1858 


2779 6 o 


1132 4 o 


3453 7 4 


2163 14 8 


2827 9 3 


4709 16 10 


1859 


2863 7 3 


904 14 4 


3544 8 H 


2052 12 7 


2901 ii i 


4712 i o 


1860 


2878 4 ii 


713 8 10 


35i6 i 5 


2010 6 


2792 12 2 


4998 4 6 


1861 


3034 i 8 i 


719 5 4 


3677 4 10 


2464 13 II 


2877 4 o 


4386 13 7 


1862 


3100 13 8 


803 13 3 


3103 10 o 


2579 i 8 5 


3126 3 ii 


4259 12 7 


1863 


3454 " 6 


713 13 8 


378i 6 3 


3017 12 II 


358 15 9 


4163 17 ii 


1864 


3572 15 5 


868 10 4 


4253 19 9 


2891 10 4 


3930 H 5 


4089 9 8 


1865 


3659 7 6 


974 3 o 


4329 ii 3 


2754 3 i 


3584 13 5 


4097 8 3 


1866 


3562 o 2 


1017 14 2 


4376 5 10 


2891 ii 7 


3990 7 i 


4121 9 ii 


1867 


3297 13 i 


1117 3 5 


4790 17 i 


3004 i i 


4027 17 5 


4578 I 2 


1868 


3065 16 6 


1151 i 3 


4781 12 7 


3026 i 10 


3966 2 O 


4817 8 i 


1869 


3018 18 7 


1161 13 4 


4878 17 3 


2802 4 5 


3915 13 4 


5120 15 o 


1870 


2955 16 3 


iii2 16 5 


4601 17 8 


2828 2 ii 


3695 2 2 


5187 I 2 


1871 


2826 4 7 


943 10 7 


4655 5 7 


2823 10 8 


3520 14 7 


5174 o 5 


1872 


3020 6 ii 


920 ii 5 


4683 4 6 


2932 6 6 


3674 12 I 


5335 14 2 


1873 


3 J 44 4 3 


863 o o 


5061 14 i 


3063 18 9 


3921 13 6 


5378 o ii 


1874 


3275 13 


797 14 4 


49H 3 2 


2995 8 2 


4343 3 6 


5192 5 o 




Col. 7. 


CoL 8. 


Col. 9. 


Col. 10. 


Col. ii. 


Col. 12. 


Years. 


Barony of 


Barony of 


Barony of 


Barony of 


Barony of 


Barony of 




Fennoy. 


Imokilly. 


Kerricurrihy. 


Einnalea. 


Kinnattalloon. 


Kinsale. 


1850 


2211 9 4 


2664 i o 


512 17 5 


588 16 5 


639 10 o 


215 19 6 


1851 


1581 4 3 


2077 15 10 


370 14 ii 


549 5 10 


507 2 II 


200 15 3 


1852 


1849 9 4 


2094 4 5 


506 4 2 '< 587 9 2 


474 9 7 


203 ii 5 


1853 


2122 7 II 


2207 6 8 


514 15 ii ; 495 9 2 


446 17 o 


253 10 10 


1854 


2278 i 8 


1867 13 7 


572 4 4 553 7 o 


480 18 9 


347 IS 10 


1855 


2306 6 2 


2000 12 I 


554 6 10 


57i 9 8 


606 17 9 


365 6 3 


1856 


2179 8 7 


2132 13 10 


643 16 8 


579 12 5 


587 12 3 


333 2 i 


1857 


2438 8 ii 


2Il8 2 O 


644 10 9 


615 6 7 


611 14 8 


322 15 7 


1858 


2720 i 10 


1975 H 3 


609 18 5 


706 10 i 


635 13 H 


337 7 5 


1859 


2577 3 i 


1847 5 10 


892 4 ii 


666 7 7 


579 4 6 


308 i 6 


1860 


2159 o ii 


190?. 6 10 


693 5 5 


655 ii 10 


524 16 ii 


313 9 4 


1861 


1840 3 7 


2115 10 6 


721 9 3 


728 7 10 


73i 6 9 


347 2 3 


1862 


2149 8 ii 


2537 i 8 9 


808 II 2 


744 5 i 


833 15 5 


362 8 4 


1863 


2179 19 2 


2960 o 8 


855 o 9 


891 o 4 


672 3 5 


557 ii 7 


1864 


2482 6 2 


3269 10 i 


93i 2 9 


944 6 6 


763 o 3 


500 19 8 


1865 


2730 I II 


3253 7 5 


983 ii 7 


1034 i 6 4 


767 15 vo 


488 14 5 


1866 


3100 15 3 


3336 15 3 


997 6 i 


1018 i o 


769 12 10 


49i o 3 


1867 


3376 6 2 


3381 3 o 


955 14 2 11028 6 o 


799 H 3 


521 17 8 


1868 


3655 15 8 


3410 17 5 


887 16 3 psi 7 9 


745 4 3 


523 6 i 


1869 


3720 12 O 


34" 4 9 


902 19 7 1129 10 5 


678 ii 10 


543 19 4 


1870 


3676 12 9 


3488 12 I 


883 14 3 


1079 o 5 


689 19 i 


567 10 6 


1871 


3400 i 7 


3645 H 7 


885 16 o 


IOI9 12 2 


697 16 9 


536 3 ii 


1872 


3336 17 9 


4104 12 2 


932 10 7 


1091 2 7 


718 18 2 568 i 7 


18T3 


3324 12 10 


4149 8 3 


956 18 5 1118 5 4 ; 689 10 i 627 12 o 


1874 


3208 8 7 


4 18 1 2 9 


951 8 5 |io8j 12 5 667 13 7 694 15 2 



STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. 
TABLE XXIV. Summary of Presentments for Roads continued. 



Col. 13. 


Col. 14. 


Col. 15. Col. 16. 


Col. 17. 


r .1. 18. 


Col. 19. 




Barony of 


| 


Baron v of 


L.ii-onyof 


Barony of 


Years. Barony of 


Orrery and 


Barony of 


Barony of 


E.D.'E. 


W.D.E. 


E.D.W. 


E. Muskery. Kilmore. 


Bantry. 


Bear. 


Carbery. 


Carbery. 


Carbery. 


s. d 


s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


1850 1591 14 31338 10 5 


488 o 7 


276 12 9 


1572 17 I 


959 5 " 


675 i 3 


1851 1265 9 5 1026 9 i 


5OI 2 I 


297 14 I 


"59 II 7 


965 8 o 


794 i 2 


1852 1544 3 5 


1177 15 9664 4 ii 


400 i 3 


"59 10 3 


1047 o ii 


925 2 9 


3 1802 14 81171 10 1619 5 3 


4" 5 5 


1420 16 o 


876 5 o 


1059 19 i 


1854 2021 17 91314 4 3 


627 10 2474 16 i 


1660 6 9 


"83 19 5 


i"9 13 4 


1855 2282 7 i 


1890 13 9 


499 i 10479 7 3 


1615 16 o 


1272 10 6 


979 15 2 


1856 2179 14 102159 n i 


601 19 7 


464 9 10 


1570 4 9 


1467 2 3 


1079 9 9 


1857 2459 16 i 


2257 19 4 


577 9 4 


522 5 2 


1643 2 4 


1824 7 i 


1060 o 


J8 2418 i 02181 9 6 


538 i 4 


395 12 9 


1621 14 7 


1667 9 8 


1126 17 ii 


1859 2349 2 6 2099 19 2 


49i 8 5 


323 6 n 


1666 17 3 


1406 n 6 


890 10 6 


860 2445 10 22043 5 8 


525 2 4 


289 3 2 


1549 18 o 


1253 ii 10 


918 4 i 


1*2156 15 01964 17 5 


550 14 10 


297 8 10 


1755 13 6 


1402 2 o 


964 16 o 


862 2258 o 32179 6 3 


55i 5 3 


264 8 5 


1886 6 5 


1558 17 7 


896 o i 


1363 2642 8 72051 7 2 


674 17 9265 14 1012350 14 101539 10 o 


1029 8 ii 


1864 2842 9 n 


2053 H 5 


605 19 2295 16 02336 4 81538 19 5 


1230 3 10 


J5 2818 3 10 


2084 6 3 


613 8 o 


500 ii 10 


2354 12 7^537 i o 


1270 2 9 


1866 2697 2 n 


2152 8 4 


607 9 8 


422 14 10 


2404 8 111537 8 6 


1241 2 7 


1837 2S 8 4 3 3 


2500 8 7 


643 16 i 


412 12 IO 


2529 6 51741 15 8 


1375 5 ii 


| 8 2722 4 2 


2478 8 2 


669 18 2 


422 9 9 


2449 8 i 1910 i 10 


1477 10 2 


18G9 2743 12 10 


2458 16 o 


623 5 5 


394 15 5 


2229 19 21911 6 101428 5,; ; 7 


i870 2720 12 o 


2437 4 " 


619 13 i 


423 l8 i 


1970 13 #1721 9 i 1326 9 4 


" 2421 6 o 


2369 4 


597 8 10 


530 o 8 


1813 3 7 


1582 13 31405 2 10 


Ifi 72 26o8 j 7 


2238 19 7 


675 9 3 


614 16 i 


1720 6 2 


1609 ii 4 1431 12 6 


|JJJ 2704 2 7 


2092 10 3 


744 13 6 


673 2 10 


1665 13 6 


1596 ii 111485 13 6 


'* 2994 5 7 


2080 ii 4 


799 3 3 


675 H 9 


1789 14 7 


1707 3 01523 13 7 




Col. 20. 




Col. 21. 


Col. 22. 


Col. 23. 


Col. 24. 






Barony o 


r 




Barony of 






T 


Years. 


W.D.W. 




Barony of 


Ibane and 


Barony of 


Barony of 


1OTAL. 




Carbery. 




Courceys. 


Barryroe. 


Kinnalmeaky. 


West Muskery 




1850 


s. d. 
568 9 9 


s. d. 
139 10 i 


s. d. 
960 9 8 


s. d. 

890 3 10 


s. d. 
1407 I I 


s d. 
30599 13 5 


1851 


580 16 n 


105 8 2 


627 12 3 


704 2 O 


1013 10 8 


24592 2 I 


1852 


855 16 10 


no 16 9 


586 19 o 


758 18 2 


1329 5 o 


77023 5 9 


1853 


949 3 


5 


159 15 3 


767 19 3 


715 ii 6 


1241 9 10 


27668 ii i 


1854 


973 10 6 


176 17 4 


742 4 ii 


947 9 ii 


1426 15 o 


31379 o 8 


1855 


943 i 


2 


146 8 i 


810 10 n 


839 15 5 


1527 4 ii 


34160 10 7 


1856 


"37 7 6 


199 17 o 


882 ic 10 


882 i 9 


1871 3 3 


36183 18 9 


1857 


951 12 




153 15 ii 


797 ii 7 


931 10 ii 


2278 18 4 


38072 10 3 


1858 


1072 i 


I 


182 18 o 


805 2 5 


905 8 6 


1664 3 7 


38630 4 4 


1859 


.823 9 3 


139 16 2 


803 5 i 


843 i 7 


1754 12 7 


37441 3 6 


1860 


805 13 4 


132 5 4 


849 6 2 


979 9 2 


1560 18 2 


36509 ii o 


1861 


765 18 7 


218 18 ii 


975 12 8 


1084 13 2 


2254 9 5 


38036 o 3 


1862 


726 4 5 


249 16 8 


1126 2 


1129 13 2 


2754 10 9 


39990 12 o 


1863 


917 6 


S 


273 7 8 


1196 5 10 


1142 i 7 


2717 9 10 


43556 7 7 


1864 


1005 5 o 


3" 14 i 


1242 18 7 


"94 o 5 


2623 9 " 


45779 .0 9 


1865 


1116 19 6 


313 6 4 


1142 9 4 


1228 12 I 


2501 18 10 


46i39 5 6 


1866 


1039 14 


3 


358 9 2 


1147 i 10 


1189 13 I 


2606 16 6 


47077 10 5 


1867 


III4 2 


i 


326 17 ii 


"75 i 4 


1199 17 10 


2820 18 6 


49302 10 ii 


1868 


1174 10 2 


327 18 10 


1172 18 o 


1242 9 4 


2948 17 o 


50179 3 4 


1869 


1136 19 10 


297 ii 8 


1129 8 n 


1177 " 7 


2909 14 8 


49726 7 9 


1870 


1147 6 o 


260 3 10 


1025 6 9 


1097 15 1 


2666 4 2 


48183 2 3 


1871 


1141 18 6 


249 14 o 


932 15 2 


953 19 10 


2782 6 3 


46899 4 4 


1872 


1233 17 7 | 236 7 4 


852 i 10 


1040 n 7 


3015 9 4 


48595 2 7 


1873 


1583 3 n | 212 15 8 


813 i i 


1052 o 8 


3081 10 8 


50003 18 6 


1874 


1647 9 


i 216 i 9 


884 9 10 


i no 6 10 


3252 o 5 


50986 2 i 



NOTE. In the year 1854 the boundaries of the several Baronies were altered under the Proclamation 
of the Lord Lieutenant and Privy Council, dated ijth July, 1843 see PP- 3 2 an< ^ 33- 



14 STATISTICS OF COUNTY CORK. 

TABLE XXV. Statement showing the extent of Roads Repaired by Contract at 
Summer Assizes, 1850, Summer Assizes, 1859, and Summer Assizes, 1869 ; 
and the average rate per perch per annum for Repairing same for each of- 
said Assizes. 





LENGTH OF ROADS UNDER 


AVERAGE RATE PER PERCH 


a 




CONTRACT. 


I'KR ANNUM. 


n 


BARONIES. 






8 




Summer 


Summer 


Summer 


Summer Summer 


Summer 






1850. 


1859. 


1869. 


1850. 


1859. 


1869. 


1 




perches. 


pe relies. 


perches. 


s. d. dec 


s. d. dec. 


s. d. dec. 


=r 
o 


Co. at Large, Mail Roads 


21531 


9I9I9 


83560 


8.85 


7.41 


*8.6 4 jjg. 


Barretts 


22861 


24331 


3I9II 


10.88 


7-57 


8.64 1 3 1 


Barrymore 


81285 


134342 


139769 


6.16 


6.17 


8.26 |i' 


Condons, &c. 


38956 


60761 


65260 


I.I.92 


7.82 


10.45 Is 


Cork 


35850 


55310 


54762 


1.4.18 


1.0.23 


1.4.97 


" S- 


Duhallow 


90416 


I32I26 


I6338I 


9-75 


8.56 


7-59 




Fermoy 


67780 


98927 


102682 


6.61 


6. 10 


8.64 


I? 


Imokilly 


81771 


IOI256 


105166 


7.42 


4-35 


7-76 si 


Kerricurrihy 


I2I03 


26547 


26130 


8.89 


7-53 


8.29 =.< 


Kinnalea 


30008 


42372 


40950 


4-74 


3-69 


6-57 z ^ 


Kinnatalloon 


21484 


24893 


30II2 


6-55 


5-23 


5-34 


c' i 


Kinsale 


9663 


I2I29 


14721 


5-77 


6.09 


8.89 


I*^J 


East Muskery 


48166 


97982 


103398 


7.89 


5-75 


6-45 


5-' 


Orrery, &c. 


41795 


60I6I 


59955 


774 


8.31 


9.88 


3J3- 


Ban try 


18329 


28333 


31221 


6-34 


4-34 


4-73 


S--2 


Beer 


13994 


25242 


30689 


4-38 


2.98 


3-28 


?a" 


E. D.E. Carbery 


53263 


90212 


96373 


7.00 


4-44 


5-46 


0.3 


W. D. E. Carbery ... 


43705 


89217 


99427 


6.01 


3-8o 


4.51 


P 2- 


E. D. W. Carbery ... 


22737 


58438 


64732 


6-43 


3-23 


5-20 


t4 


W. D. W. Carbery ... 


24957 


64705 


71164 


4-97 


2.89 


3-3 


* 


Courceys 


6389 


7922 


10157 


5.60 


4.11 


7.06 


5 5' 


Ibane, &c. 


28199 


44163 


52184 


9.09 


4-30 


5.10 


i" 


Kinnalmeaky 


24287 


44982 


46901 


7-95 


4-54 


5-97 


n. 


West Muskery 


71530 


108781 


117236 


4-30 


3-8i 


5-73 


P. 

5 


TOTAL 


889528 


H33I32 


1558281 








3- 




Being 
2770% 


Being 
4478^ 


Being 
4869^ 


Average 
7.68 


Average 
5-66 


Average 
7.62 


i 

s 




Miles. Miles. 


Miles. 








era 



TABLE XXVI. Number of Families occupying each class of accommodation 
in the Houses of the County (exclusive of City), in 1871. 



In Houses of the 


Number of Families occupying 


Total. 


ist Class 
Accommo- 
dation. 


2nd Class 
Accommo- 
dation. 


3rd Class 
Accommo- 
dation. 


4th Class 
Accommo- 
dation. 


Families. 


Houses. 


1st Class - ... 
2nd ,, 
3rd 
. ( Stone or Brick built . . . 
n I Mud Cabins 

Total 


3,808 


780 
26,879 


419 

4,691 
23,971 


649 

1,567 
1,405 
12,119 

4,334 


5,656 

33,137 
25,376 
12,119 

4,334 


4,325 
29,3ia 
24,621 
11,912 
4,223 


3,808 


27,659 


29,081 


20,074 


80,622 


74,399 





TOWNS AND VILLAGES. 

(WITH THE POPULATION, NUMBER OF INHABITED HOUSES, ETC.) 

Villages marked thus (*}, having less than 20 houses, are included in the respective towuiaiids on 
which they stand. 



Aghada Lower 
,, Upper 
*Allihies 


Area 

acres. 
16 

5 


Pop. 
1871. 

106 
197 


No. of 
H'ses 

23 
46 


j Parish in which 
situated. 

Aghada 
Aghada 
Kilnamanagh ... 
Desert 
Ballinadee 
KHmalooda . . . 
Carrigrohane ... 
Ballinaboy 
Rostellan 
Ringrone 
St. Finbar's ... 
Kilmahon 
Ballyclogh 
Cloyne 
Skull 
Kilnamanagh ... 
Ballyhooly 
Ballinaboy 
Ringrone 
Kjlmacdonagh 
Rahan 
Kilnamanagh .. 
Kilnamanagh ... 
Mjdleton 
Clondulane . . 

Ballymoney 
Ballynoe 
l Ballymodan 
\ Kilbrogan 
Kilmocomoge... 

Tullagh 
~lonmeen 
Kilmonoge 
St. Finbar's ... 
Uarrycloyne ... 
Kilmeen 

Hastlelyons 
Ballydeloher ... 
Lislee 
Evilcatherine ... 
Carrigaline 
Myross 
l^nnbulloge 
^arrigtwohill ... 
Tcmplebreedy 
Castlelyons 
} Ightermurr'gh 
1 Mogeely 
Kin neigh 
Castlehaven .. 
Killaconenagh 

Castletownrothe 


Townlaml. or Townlant'.s, on 
which it stands. 

Aghada 
Agha'da and Ctirragh 
Allihies 
Curraghgranebeg 
Ballinadee 
-Madame 
Ballmconig 
Rearour, Barretfsuilf, and 
Ballinrostig [Tulligmore 
Ballinspittle 
Ballintemple 
Dooneenmacotter 
Ballyclogh 
Ballycottcn 
Ballydehob 
Ballydbuegan 
Ballyhooly North and South 
Ballyhooleen 
Ballymackean 
Ballydaniel, Ballymacoda 
Ballymagooly, Lavally Lower 
Ballynacallagh 
Ballynacurriga 
Ballnacorra, J^allynacorra W. 
Clondulane North and South 

Derrigra and Itnockaneady 
Ballinlcgane, Ballynoe 

Carrignagat, Dromlcigh Nth. 
Reenrour West, Townlots 
3altimore 
3anteer 
Ballindeenisk, Lybe 
Dundanion, Mahon 
Vi onacapa 
3errynatubbrid, Gneeves, and 
Laharan West 
3allyarra 
irooklodge 
?allinvrokig and Bulterstown 
"aherkeen 
'arrigaline Middle, Carriga- 
Carrigillihy [line West 
Carrignavar 
Zarrigtwohill 
Snockagore 
^ill Saint Anne Sth., Mohera 
joi tnahomna Beg and Gortna- 
Castlenmrtyr [homna More 
Castletown 
Castletownsend 
CameLringane, Derreenatng- 
gart Middle, Drom North, 
Foildarrig, Knockaneroe 
Castletown roche, Castle widen- 
ham, and Sleemana 


*Arundelmills 








Ballinadee 
*Balliiiascarty 


29 


94 


21 


Ballincollig 
*Ballinhassig 


42 


524 


70 


Ballinrostig 
Ballinspittle 
Ballintemple 
*BalIyandreen 


9 

7 


100 
120 
IOOO 


20 
22 
189 


Ballyclogh 
Ballycotton 
Ballydehob 
Eallydonegan 
Ballyhooly 
* Ballyhooleen 


35 
36 

20 
15 

17 


326 

579 
640 
450 
263 


71 
117 
114 

81 
51 


*Ballymackean 








Ballymacoda 
*Ballymagooly 


18 


_2I7 


5i 


*Ballynacallagh ... 








*Ballynacarriga 








Ballynacorra 
Ballynafauna and Clon- 
dulane 
Ballyneen 
Ballynoe 
Bandon (Parl.Boro.ana 
Tmvnskip 
Bantry (Towit) 

Baltimore 
*Banteer 


- 7 
10 

14 

21 

446 

96 
15 


396 
133 

386 
208 
6131 

2421 
193 


76 

30 

64 
48 
936 

380 
42 


Belgooly 
Blackrock 
Blarney 
Boherboy 

Bridebridge 
Brooklodge 


16 

34 

21 
15 

19 


i5 

562 

34$ 
152 

1 88 


22 
119 
60 
3 

39 


Butlerstown 
*Calierkeen 


16 


135 


22 


Carrigaline 
*Carrigillihy 


20 


439 


91 


*Carrignavar 








Carrigtohill 
*Castlepoint 


22 


700 


155 


Castlelyons 
Castlemartyr 

*Castletown 
Castletownsend 
Castletown Bere 

Ca.-tletownroche . . . 


40 

49 

21 
41 

76 


456 

436 

474 

1002 

So i 


109 

no 

'96 

169 

163 



TOWNS AND VILLAGES. 



Cecilstown 
Charleville (Town) 
*Churchtown 
Clashavodig 
Cloanmines 

Clonakilty ( Township} 

*Clonmult 

Cloyne 

Coachford 

Conna 

Cork City (Mtinfl. Boro 

*Coulagh 

Courtmacsherry 

Cove 

Crookhaven 
Crosshaven 
Curraglass 



'Dernagree 

Doneraile 

Douglas 

Dripsey 

Dromdaleague 

Dromina 

'Drommahane 

*I)underrow 

'Dungourney 
Dunmanway ( Tmvn) 
Durrus 
Enm'skeane 

'Eyeries 
Farsid 

Fermoy ( Township) 

Freemount 

Glandore 

Glanmire 

'Glantane 

Glanworth 

Glenville 

'Gneeves 

Gyleen 

Halfway house 
Inchjgeela 

Innishannon 
Kanturk 

Kilbrittain 

'Kilcolman 

Kildorrery 

'Kilkinnikin 

'Kilmichael 

Kilworth 

Killawillin 



>) 


Area 

acre 
I - 
72 

13 

'? 
1086 


Pop. 
1871. 

1 86 
2482 

326 
882 

3568 


No. of 
H'ses 

37 
464 

"67 

H5 
66S 


Parish in^ which 
situated. 

Castlemagner . . . 
Ratligoggan 
Ballintemple ... 
Little Island .. 
Kilnamanagh ... 
I Desert and 
1 Kilgarriff 
Clonmult 
Cloyne 
Vfagourney ..*. 

Knockmourne 
see special Table 
Kilcatherine . . - 
Lislee 
Ringcurran 

Kilmoe 
Templebreedy 
Mogeely 

Dronitarriff . . . 
Doneraile 
3arrigaline ... 
[nishcarra 
Dromdaleague 
Shandrum 
Kilshannig 
Dunderrow 

Dungourney . . . 
Fanlobbus ..: 
Durrus 
fCinneigh 

Kilcatherine . . . 
Aghada 
( Cloridulane 
I Fermoy 
( Knocktemple 
\ Tully lease ... 
iilfaughnabeg 
^athcooney . . . 
Kilshannig 
Glanworth 
Ardnageehy .. 
lastlemagner 
Corkbeg 

3arrigaline 
[nchigeela 

'nnishannon . . . 
! Castlemagner 
Clonfert ... 
Kilroe 
^athclarin 
i^ingrone 
Kildorrery 
Kilnamanagh*... 
Kilnamanagh ... 
Cil worth 

Honanimy 


ro\ 


89 
24 

44 
2266 

39 
20 

16 
20 

36 


1235 
138 

167 
78642 

485 
272 

257 
338 
144 


260 
33 

37 
10390 

"86 
58 

45 
86 

33 


... 


108 

15 
27 

10 


I3'4 
7*3 
94 
204 
254 


228 

154 
26 

39 
46 


















... 


83 
17 


2046 
193 
323 


399 
28 
69 




is 
327 
16 

13 
30 


184 
7388 

205 

322 
334 


42 

804 

45 

42 
64 


... 


5' 
27 


673 
89 


138 
H 




ii 


299 

1 66 
213 

1410 
1964 
116 


61 

35 
37 

216 

443 
27 




37 
H3 

7 


... 


21 


407 


82 












83 
22 


657 
455 


129 
82 



Townlaud, or Townlands, on 
which it stands. 

Cecilstown 

Rathgoggan Middle & South 

Ballylanders, Chnrchtown 

Ballytrasna. 

Clojm 



lonmult 

Knocknamadderee, Town- 
lonteadbeg, Clonteadmore, 
Glebe, Knockaneowen 

Uonna 

in city portion. 
Joulagh 
^ulfenagh 

Ardbrack, Bawnavota, Fort- 
hill 
rookhaven 

Crosshaven, Knockagore 

Bladipool, Curraglass East and 
and West, add Rosybow" 

Dernagree 

Demesne and Doneraile 

Ardarrig and Douglas 

Agharinagh 

Baurnahulla & Dromdaleague 

Dromina 

Drommahane 

Horsehillbeg, Horsehillmore 
North 

Dungourney 

Dunmanway North and South 

Carrigboy 

"astlelands, Derrigra, Teadies 
Lower and Upper 

Eyeries 

BaHynafarsid and Knockane- 
[morney 

Freeinount, Knocknannick 

Ivnockaneglass West 

Rushanes 

Poulacurry South, Lotamore 

}lantane 

Boherash and Glanworth 

lenville 

neeves 
Ballintra W 7 est, Finure, Glan- 

turkin 

Monfieldstown, Mounthovel 
Cappanclare, Carrigleigh, and 

I nchigeela 

Farnahoe, Laherfineen 
Bluepool 
"urragh and Kanturk 

reenane 

lancluff 
s.ilcolman 

lUdorrery, Oldcastletown and 
vilkinnikin [Scart 

Kilmichael 

lansherkin, Killally East, 
Kihvorth. Monadrishane 
.'BalljTnacmoy 



TOWNS AND VILLAGES. 





Area Pop. 


No. of 


Parish in which 




acres. 1871. 


H'ses 


situated. 


Killeigh 


26 394 


73 


Killeagh 


* j\illough 






Kilnamanagh ... 


Kinsale (Par I, Boro).. 


313 7050 


7 I6 


) Kinsale. 


,, ( Township) ... 


300 6404 


635 


1 Ringcurran 


* Knocknahorgan 






Rathcooney 


*Knockraha 








Kilquane 


Lady'sbridge 


20 


124 


28 


Ightermurragh. . 


Leap 


19 


132 


25 


Kilmacabea 


Liscarroll 


36 


301 


64 


Liscarroll 


"Lislevane 








Abbeymahon . . . 


Loughbeg 


3 


43i 


100 


Barnahely 


Macroom ( Town} 


9i 


3193 


590 


Macroom 


Mallow (Parl. Boro and 


379 


4165 


776 


Mallow 


Township) 










M>iulbaun 








Monkstown 


Midlcton (Township)... 


38i 


3603 


676 


( Midleton 
Mogeesha 


Milford 


23 


216 


45 


Kilbolane 


Milfetreet 


56 


1394 


226 


Brisbane 


*Minane 








Tracton 


Mitche'lstown ( Town)... 


102 


2743 


462 


Brigown 


Monkstown 


33 


718 


188 


Monkstown 


New Glanmire 




143 


36 


Caherlag 


Newmarket 


75 


765 


157 


Clonfert 


Newtown 




127 


21 


Clonmel 


Newtown 


16 


368 


68 


Shahdrum 


Nohaval 








Nohaval 


Oysterhaven or Pallas 


9 


146 


28 


Kinure 


Passage West ( Town) . . . 


34 


2389 


375 


(Marmullane . . . 
Monkstown . . . 


Queen.stown( Township) 


535 


10340 


999 


| Cl nm el 
( Templerobin . 


Rathcormac 


49 


454 


95 


Rathcormac . . . 


*Rat.hcoursey 








Garranekinnefke 


Riverstown 




162 


30 


| Templeusque. 
( Caherlag 






Rockmills 


'9 


177 


38 


St. Natlash 


Rosscarbery 


132 




160 


Ross 


Roun Jhili or Old Castle 


25 


177 


39 


Ballymodan . . . 


Sally Cross Roads 
Scartlea 


9 
10 


167 
161 


37 
39 


Castlemagner ... 
Garranekinnefke 


Schull (or Skull) 


34 


555 


100 


Skull 


Scilly 


6 


646 


79 


Ringcurran 


Shanagarry 


13 


263 


26 


Kilmahon 


Shanballymore 


7 


214 


45 


Templeroan . . . 


Skibbereen ( Township) 


1031 


3695 


641 


( Abbeystrowry 
1 Creagh 


Timoleague 


31 


449 


90 


Timoleague 


* Tower 








Matehy 


* Tract on 








Tracton 


Unionh'all 


16 


477 


82 


Myross 


Walshtown 








Templ'nacarriga 


Watergrasshill 


17 


143 


52 


', Ardnageehy. . 
r Kilquane 


Whitegate 


74 


95i 


191 


', Aghada 
i Corkbefi 1 


Youghal( Parl, Boro and 
Townshii>\ 


345 6081 1070 Youghal 



Townland, or Townlands, on 
which it stands. 

Aghadoe, Bromdihy, Killeagb 
Killough [Gardens 



Knocknahorgan 
Gogganstown, Knockraha W. 
Dromaddabeg, Ladysbridge 
Kilmacabea and Keamore 
Coolbane, Liscarroll, Rock- 
Lislevane [spring 

Barnahely, Loughbeg, and 

Ringaskiddy 
Gurteenrpe, Lackaduff, Sle- 

veen, East and West 



forms a portion of Passage W. 



Doony, Kilbolane, Scart 

Coomlogane and Liscahane 

Minane 

Ballinwillin and Brigown 

Monkstown and Monkstown 

Castle Farm 
Lackenroe 

Newmar-ket ; Scarteen Lower 
Ringmeen 
Bally nakil la East, Newtown 

North and South 
Ballyvorane South, Nohaval 
Kinure 
Pembroke 
Maulbaun 



Knockanduff, Rathcormac, 

and Terramount 
Rathcoursey East 
Riverstown 
Ballinglanna 

Ballynahalisk, Ballyvoddy 
Arclagh, West Curraheen, and 
Roundhill [Townlands 

Garraunteefineen 
Scartlea Lower 
Ardmanagh, Meenvane, and 
Scilly [Skull 

Shanagnrry North and South 
Shanballymore Up. and Lr. 



Castle Lower and Timoleague 
Cloghphillip, Coolflugh, and 

Kilnamucky 
Tracton 

Balincolla, ClontafF, Listarkin 
Walshtown Beg 
Bishop's Island, Meenane, and 
Mitchelsfort [Tinageragh 
Ballincarroonig, Mosestown 
Corkbeg 



INDEX TO PUBLIC STATUTES 

RELATING TO ELECTIONS, LOCAL GOVERNMENT, POOR LAWS, COUNTTL CESS, ETC. 

I. PARLIAMENTARY VOTERS' ACT. 

Members of The county returns eight members to Parliament : two for the county at 
Parliament, large, two for Cork city, and one each for the boroughs of Bandon, Kinsale, 

Mallow, and Youghal. 

Act passed in ^' v tne Act l $ anc ^ H Vic., cap. 69, passed in 1850, in addition to those per- 

" 1850. sons previously qualified to register a ad vote in county elections, occupiers of 

any tenements rated at the last poor rate at a net annual value of ,12 and 

Countv upwards are entitled to vote in elections for counties, also owners of certain 

Franchise, estates of the rated net annual value of ,5. By the same Act, occupiers in 

boroughs rated in the last poor rate at ^8 and upwards were entitled to vote, 

subject to certnin limitations. 

Actpassedin The Act, 31 and 32 Vic., cap. 49, passed in 1868, to amend the Representa- 
1868. tion of the People, makes no alteration in the county franchise, but for cities, 
Borough towns > an( l boroughs, reduces the 8 occupation to a rating of any amount 
Franchise. ' above 4, and introduces a new franchise, by which any lodger who has occupied 
as sole tenant for the 12 months preceding the 2Oth July in any year the same 
Lodger lodgings (l>ein^ part of one and the same dwelling house) of a clear yearly 
value, if let unfurnished, of-;io and upwards. The polling at contested elec- 
tions in counties, cities, and boroughs is now for one day only. 

To qmlify for voting in Parliamentary Elections, poor rates due up to 1st 

.o qua i y. j anuarv mus (_ be paid not later than 1st July. Claims to be sent to Clerk of 

Peace for county and to Town Clerks for the boroughs, on or before the 4th 

Claims. August; a list of such claims to be published on the.ilth of same month. 

Notices of rejection to persons registered, or claiming to vote, for city or county, 

Objections, must be sent in as above, not later than the 2oth August ; and on the 24th of 

same month, the Clerk of Peace and Town Clerks are required to publish a list of 

such objections. An abstract of list of claimants and persons objected to being 

transmitted to Assistant Barrister or Chairman of Sessions, Revision Courts under 

Revision. tne Parliamentary Voters Act are held between the 8th September and 25th 

October, notice thereof being duly given by Assistant Barrister and Clerk of Peace 

II. MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. 

City of Cork Under the Municipal Reform Act, 3 and 4 Vic., cap. 108, the city of Cork 

has been divided into wards, and governed by. a chief Magistrate called Mayor, 

, and a certain number of Aldermen and Councillors for each Ward ; all of 

Aldermen whom, by the same Act, are elected by the inhabitants entitled to vote in right 

Councillors, of their property. The Councillors are elected on 25th November ; and the 

Burgesses, mayor is elected by the Council on the 1st December (to enter office on the ist 

January) out of the Aldermen or Councillors. "Borough Auditors and Assessors 

Auditors and (two of each) are elected on the 3rd December, by the whole body of qualified 

Assessors. Burgesses ; and two Assessors for each ward, to be elected by its Burgesses. 

To qualify Burgesses to vote at the next Municipal Election, borough taxes 
To qualify, and poor rates, due on or before 3ist May preceding, must be paid in August. 

Act 6 and 7 Vic., c. 93, requires notices of objections to Burgesses inserted 

in list, and of claims to be inserted, to be given to Town Clerk not latter than 

Objections Is * October, and the former left at premises of persons objected to ; the said 

objections and claims to be posted conspicuously in borough for eight days next 

preceding 2oth October Town Clerk - also to keep copies for perusal 

Burgess Roll during same time, without fee. The Town Clerk is also required to prepare 

Burgess lists for each ward by 2Oth September, and deliver a signed copy on 

that day to the mayor ; also to allow access for perusal, by all persons, without 

fee, and to have same posted conspicuously from the 2Oth to 3Oth September. 

Revision. Revision of Burgess roll to be made between 2Oth October and loth November 

A own Clerk to have Burgess roll completed this day from revised list. 

III. TOWNS GOVERNMENT. 

Act 9, Geo. Bandon, Clonakity, Mallow, and Youghal are under the Act 9, Geo. IV., 
IV., c. 82. ca p g 2 This Act enables any city or town to elect commissioners to superin- 
tend the lighting, paving, and cleansing, of their respective districts. 

The town 1 ; of Fermoy, Kinsale, Midleton, Queenstown, and Skibbereen, are 
under the Towns Improvement Act for Ireland, 17 and 18 Vic, c. 103, passed 



INDEX TO PUBLIC STATUTES. 29 

in 1854, with a view "to make better provision for the paving, lighting, drain- Towns 
ing, cleansing, supplying with water," and otherwise regulating towns in Ireland. l'np r v ''it 

This Act may be applied for any one or more, or for all, of its purposes, to 
any city or town in Ireland, having a population of 1500 or more. 

One third of Commissioners under Towns Improvement Act go out of office 
on ,the l$th October or next lawful day, and an equal number elected hours of Town 
polling 9 to 4. The Town Clerk is required to give notice of the election at Commissnrs. 
latest by 7th October. A return of the Commissioners elected is "also required 
to be published by the Returning Officer not later than two o'clock on the I7th, 
and notice given by him tc persons elected. 

IV. LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACTS. 

By the Act 35,& 36 Vic., c. 69, passed hi 1872, the functions of the Lord 
Lie'utenant, the Privy Council, and the Chief Secretary, relating to the govern- Local 
ment of tcwns, the administration of the poor laws and sanitary laws in Government 
Ireland, have devolved upon the Local Government Board (late the Poor Law 
Board) for Ireland. - 

On the 2ist August, 1871, a previous Act was passed, which is called the 
Local Government '(Ireland) Act, 1871. That Act applies to all towns in 
Ireland which are under any form of local government, whether Town' Council 
or Commissioners, under the Act 9 Geo. IV. , under the Act 3 & 4 Vic. , c. 
108, under the Towns Improvement Act, 17 & 18 Vic., c. 103, or finally un^cr 
any local Act. Government 

The main purpose of the Local Government (Ireland) Act, 1871, was to (Ireland) 
give to the governing body, in any case, some power or powers which they did Act, 1871. 
not possess, and which that body desired, with the assent of the ratepayers, to 
possess, but which heretofore could not be obtained without direct application 
to Parliament at considerable expense to the ratepayers. Under this Act, after 
petition presented, the Local Government Board will cause all necessary inquiry 
to be made, at little expense to the locality concerned, and the desired power 
or powers will be given, if objection is not made and sustained, by what is 
called a Provisional Order, which passes through the Legislature usually without 
discussion, and without expense to the parties asking for it. 

The following powers may be obtained, and two or more powers may be 
included in the same order : 

1. Power to purchase land for certain denned purposes of public utility ; 

2. To incorporate adjoining district with the town ; 

3. To separate any part of the town from the jurisdiction of the govern- Powers to be 

ing body ; und^thel t 

4. To transfer to the governing body from the grand jury of the county un 

in which the town is situate all authority with regard to roads, 
bridges, footpaths, and public works within the town, and all 
taxation for such purposes, and to make the necessary provisions in 
relation to such transfer ; 

5. To authorize the making of further rates in addition to the maximum 

at present authorized ; 

6. To provide for the future execution of, or alteration or repeal of, any 

Local Act affecting the town, or any part thereof ; 

7. To extend the borrowing powers it certain cases. 

There are other provisions which can only be understood by reference to the 
Act itself. They relate chiefly to markets and fairs, the auditing of accounts, 
the borrowing of money, and other matters affecting the execution of the Act. 

The Acts specially transferred to the Local Government Board are The tj.^^^ 
Towns Improvement Act (17 & 18 Vic., c. 103) ; Sanitary Act, 1866 (29 & 30 to said 
Vic., c. 90) ; Sewage Utilization Act, 1865 (28 & 29 Vic., c. 75) ; Nuisance Board. 
Removal, 1855 (18 & 19 Vic., c. 121); Diseases Prevention, 1855 (18 & 19 
Vic., c. 116) ; Amendment on two last Acts (23 & 24 Vic., c. 77) ; Sanitary 
Act Amendment, 1868 (31 & 32 Vic., c. 115) ; Sanitary Loans, 1869 (32 & 33 
Vic., c. 115) ; Common Lodging House Act, 1860 (23 Vic., c. 26) ; Burial 
Grounds (16 & 20 Vic., c. 98, and 23 & 24 Vic., c. 76) ; Public Health (Ire- 
land) Actf 1874. 

The Sewage Utilization Act (1865), an <i tne Sanitary Act (1866), contain Sewage 
clauses making their provisions specially applicable to Ireland, and a number g^ 10 
of the provisions of the Local Government Act of 1858 have thereby been Sanitary 
extended to Ireland, and the Irish law with regard to sewers and public health Acts, 
has been assimulated to the latest English provisions. 



Townland 
Valuation. 



Tenement 

VaJuation. 



INDEX TO PUBLIC STATUTES. 

V. GENERAL SURVEY AND VALUATION OF PROPERTY. 

The Tffwnland Valuation of Ireland, under the Act 7 Geo. IV., cap. 62, was 
commenced in 1826 by Sir Richard Griffith, bart, LL.D., the Commissioner 
appointed under the Act. The object of the valuation was to provide for the 
more equally levying Grand Jury Cess and county charges. 

The Poor Law Valuation, under the Poor Law Act, passed in 1838, required 
Vaj r I t '. aw each tenement to be rated separately, according to its net annual value, and 
'' was made in each union by local valuators. 

In order to remedy the 'inconvenience arising from different systems of 
valuation, the Act 9 & 10 Vic., c. no, was passed in 1846, for a Tenement 
Valuation, which provides, that every tenement which is a rateable hereditament, 
under the provisions of the Poor Law Act I & 2 Vic., c. 56, shall be separately 
valued upon an estimate of the net annual value, *'. e. , of the rent at which, one 
year with another, the same might, in its actual state, be reasonably expected 
to let from year to year ; the probable annual average cost of repairs, insurance, 
and other expenses, necessary to maintain the hereditament in its actual state, 
and all rates, taxes, and public charges, except tithe-rentcharge, being paid by 
the tenant. This Act has been amended by another Act (15 & 16 Vic., c. 63), 
passed in 1852, in which one uniform principle of valuation for all kinds of 
assessments was extended to the whole of Ireland, having reference to the 
intrinsic worth and capabilities of the soil, its adaptation to different descriptions 
of produce, and the value of the same according to a scale of prices of agricul- 
tural produce, embodied in the Act ; but taking the net annual value, as in the 
Poor Law Act, for houses, mines, fisheries, buildings, &c., to which such 
principle of comparison could not be applied. Under this Act, the whole of 
Ireland has been valued. 

The cost of making the Tenement Valuation, and subsequently revising it 
annually, was advanced to the counties and cities from the Imperial Treasury, 
and repaid in full from the Grand Jury Rates until the year 1860, when, in 
consideration of the various public purposes for which the valuation is used, the 
Act 23 Vic., cap. 4, transferred the cost of making the annual revisions to the 
Consolidated Fund, one moiety of which is repaid by the counties and cities. 
Under the Act 37 & 38 Vic., c. 70, the proportion of the expense of the 
annual revision chargeable to this county is fixed at 505 per annum from 1st 
July, 1874. 

The principle duties of the Valuation Department now consists in revising 
annually, in cases where changes occur in the boundaries, occupancy, or 
_^ proprietorship, and in making such additions as may be neccessary in properties 

parunent Q f & var iatji e nature, such as buildings, railways, mines, gas and water works, &c. 

VI. GRAND JURY FOR COUNTY CESS. 

The Grand Jury Cess is a tax peculiar to Ireland. The purposes for which 
it is raised are chiefly those provided in England and Wales by the highway 
rate, turnpike tolls, county rate, rates for bridges, and police rate. The kinds 
of property assessable in Ireland correspond very closely to that rateable to the 
poor-rate in England and Wales. The power of the Grand Juries in Ireland 
was (in 1836) limited by the creation of a tribunal called Presentment Sessions 
for each barony and for the county at large, consisting of the magistrates of the 
county, and a certain number of the highest cesspayers chosen by ballot out of 
a list fixed by the Grand Jury, except as it provided in the Act 6 & 7, 
Wm. IV, ch. 1 1 6, then passed. At these Presentment Sessions nearly all 
the presentments as to which the Grand Jury have any discretion are required 
to be first passed. 

Previous to the passing of the Act 15 & 16 Vic., ch. 63 (1852), Grand Jury 
Cess was assessed exclusively on land, but that Act, as also the Act 19 & 20 
Vic., ch. 63, made all property that was liable to the payment of Poor Rates, 
liable also to the payment of County Cess, exempting all property used 
exclusively either for public or charitable purposes, but rating the landlord on 
half the annual rent received by him from such institutions. And up to 
the passing of the Landlord and Tenant (Ireland) Act, 1870 (33 & 34 Vic., ch. 
46), the occupiers of rateable premises were in all cases liable to the entire 
payment of Grand Jury Cess, but that Act authorises the occupier of any 
Agricultural or Pastoral holding, valued over .4, under any tenancy whatso- 
ever, created after the ist August, 1870, to deduct from his rent one-half of the 
County Cess paid by him ; and where the value of such holdings does not 
exceed ,4, the County Cess is payable by the landlord. In all cases of County 
Cess specially levied as compensation for any Malicious Injury, either under 



Cost of 

Valuation. 



Duties of 
Valuation 



Powers of 
Grand Jury 



Grand Jury 
Cess, how 
assessed. 



INDEX TO PUBLIC STATUTES. 3? 

the Act 6 & 7 Wm. IV, ch. 116, or "The Peace Preservation (Ireland) Act," 
the occupiers are solely liable for the full amount of such special levies. 

Every application to be made at the Presentment Sessions must be 
lodged with the Secretary of the Grand Jury ten days before the day 
appointed to hold the first Presentment Sessions ; and in case of new roads, a 
map of the proposed line must accompany the application. All applications 
for fees, salaries, or payments whatsoever, for which the Grand Jury has power Applications 
to present, without previous application to Presentment Sessions, are to be for Works, 
lodged with the Secretary of Grand Jury, with full details, six clear days 
previous to the clay to be appointed under the Act for empanelling the Grand 
Jury. In cases of malicious injury to property, an application to be lodged 
with the Secretary of Grand Jury ten days bef' re the first Presentment Sessions, 
and a notice in writing of such injury served on the High Constable of the Malicious 
Barony, and Churchwardens of the Parish, and at the nearest police station, Injuries, 
within six days after the commission of the injury ; and an examination on 
oath, before any county justice, shall be given in within three days after the 
commission of the injury ; and notices posted of such application, as is 
prescribed in cases of other applications to Presentment Sessions. 

Notice in writing of every application to Sessions, for any work, must he 
posted on, or adjacent to, the doors of every police station within the parish 
where the work is proposed to be executed, and at the posting places, if any, 
appointed by the Grand Jury in the said parish ; and a copy of such notice to 
be delivered to every Clerk of Petty Sessions for the district where the work is 
intended to be made, or the greater portion thereof to be performed, and to the 
County Surveyor, ten days previous to the day of holding the Sessions at which 
the application is intended to be made. 

Every person intending to traverse any Presentment generally, on the merits, 
or for inutility ; cr any application for payment of money, must give notice in 
writing to the Secretary of the Grand Jury, within two days after the Present- Opposing 
ment Sessions at which the application for such Presentment has been taken ments. " 
into consideration ; and every person intending to traverse any Presentment for 
damages, must give the like notice to the Chairman of the Presenting Sessions, 
and to the Secretary of the Grand Jury, stating the amount of damages intend- 
ing to be claimed, previous to the commencement of the next assizes. 

When the Presentment Sessions have approved of the Applications for the 
execution or maintenance of County Works, tenders are then invited and sub- 
mitted to the Magistrates at a subsequent Sessions held for that purpose, usually Tenders for 
called Adjourned Sessions (the time and place being appointed at the Present- County 
ment Sessions for the Barony previously held) and the lowest tender is accepted, w rk s> &c. 
if not in excess of the amount allowed, provided the securities be approved of. 
In cases where no tenders are accepted at such Sessions, the Grand Jury, under 
the Act 20 and 21 Vic., ch. 15, have power either to accept a tender, or to 
authorise the County Surveyor to execute the work, but the expense is limited 
to the amount allowed at the Presentment Sessions. 

Grand Jury Cess is levied, under votes of the Grand Jury, at Assizes, 
for the following purposes : 

i. Making new roads, bridges, quays, and gullets; 2. repairing same; 
3. building and repairing courts of justice ; 4. building and repairing 
prisons ; 5. prison expenses ; 6. police expenses ; 7. salaries to county officers ; 
8. public charities ; 9. repayment of government advances ; 10. miscellaneous. p urp0 ses foi 
Some of those presentments are imposed and rated at the discretion of the which Grand 
Grand Jury ; but the following are imperative by Act of Parliament : Jury Cess 
County infirmary and fever hospitals ; district fever hospitals and infirmarys is levied - 
(partly) ; building and repairing diocesan schools ; expenses of inquests ; 
constabulary force (partly); prosecution of offenders; expenses of the general 
valuation (partly) ; expenses of Commissioners of Public Works ; compensation 
for malicious injuries ; expenses under the Arms Act ; repayment of government 
advances ; and some others of minor importance. * Presentments for works for 
the general use of the county are levied on the county at large ; those for 
particular districts on the baronies enjoying their benefit. Comnen- 

Presentments for compensation for malicious injuries are levied either off the sation for 
county at large, or off the barony, parish, townland, or sub-denomination where Malicious 
the outrage occurred, as the Grand Jury may think proper. Injuries. 

The following is an extract from Proclamation of Lord Lieutenant and Privy Proclamation 
Council, dated I5th July, 1843, " Ordering and directing that certain detached altering 
portions of Counties and Baronies shall be altered and annexed to, and become Barooies 
portions of other Baronies," as follows : 



INDEX TO PUBLIC STATUTES. 



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INDEX TO PUBLIC STATUTES. 



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and Toureen 
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of Ditto, and Ballintra West 
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34 INDEX TO PUBLIC STATUTES. 

VII. LOCAL TAXATION. 

The chief local taxes in Ireland are Grand Jury Cess, Poor Rates, Town and 
Harbour Taxation, Petty Sessions Stamps, Arterial Drainage Taxation, Dog 
Licence Duty, Tolls, etc. 

The Poor Kate is levied under the assessment of poundage rate on the net 

Assessment annual value of the property rateable, which annual value is declared to be 

f " the rent for which one year with another the property might be let from year 

oor Rate^ j o year, the probable annual average cost of repairs, insurance, and other 

necessary expenses for repairs, and all public charges, except tithes, being paid 

by the tenant." The property liable to poor rates is : all land and buildings ; 

mines seven years open ; commons, and all profits out of land ; navigations ; 

rights of way, and other rights and easements upon lands ; tolls. 

Property The following kinds of property are exempt : turf bogs, for which rent is 
exempt from not paid ; places of worship ; buildings used exclusively for charitable purposes ; 
Poor Rate, buildings used for public purposes ; burial grounds. 

The persons liable are : the occupier of the rateable property at the time 

Persons the rate is made, and in default of his payment, the subsequent occupier ; but 

liable to the occupier of tenements under ^8 value in certain boroughs, and at and under 

payment of ^ value elsewhere, is not liable, and in such cases the immediate lessor is to 

c ' be rated instead (except where the occupier holds under a lease made before 

the passing of the Act.) The owner of any rent (except owners of rentcharges) 

is liable to allow the person paying him rent one-half the amount of the rate. 

The owner of tithe is liable to allow the payer of the tithe the entire poundage 

paid on the property out of which the tithe arises. Persons deriving any 

private profit or use from property exempted, are rateable for rents received in 

respect of such exempted property, to the extent of one-half of the poundage 

rate. Rates for expenses incurred on account of the whole union, are assessed 

by an equal rate on the whole ; and they are assessed for each electoral division 

for the special expenses incurred by such division. 

Payment of Act *3 anc ^ H Vic., c. 69, requires Poor Rate Collectors or Deputies to 
Poor Rate, attend for receipt of Rates in respective baronies, boroughs, &c., on ist July 
and three preceding days, exclusive of Sunday, at places to be named, due 
notice thereof being given. 

Drainaz ^ ne rates ^ or drainage are a ^ levied under the code of drainage laws, con- 
Rates, sisting of the Act passed in 1842 (5 & 6 Vic, c. 89), continued and amended 
by subsequent statutes, and the rates levied are partly for the repayment by 
instalments of the principal sums expended upon the works and partly for 
works of maintenance. The drainage works prior to 1863 were executed by 
the Commissioners of Public Works, and the instalments to be repaid were 
fixed by their award, which also ascertained the amount of benefit to each 
proprietor and the proportion in which he was liable to rates for maintenance. 
By the Act passed in that year (26 & 27 Vic., c. 88), drainage districts are for 
the future to be constituted by order of the Public Works Commissioners 
whenever application is made to them for the purpose, and the order of the 
Commissioners requires in each case to be confirmed by statute. The execution 
of the works is thereupon intrusted to the local trustees, and when completed, 
the Commissioners of Public Works frame an award fixing the charge upon the 
district, and the proportion payable by each proprietor for the repayment of 
instalments and for the works of maintenance. 

In all towns under Town Councils or boards of Municipal Commissioners or 
Burial Rate. Town Commissioners acting for the borough or town, the Town Council or 
Commissioners are empowered to constitute themselves a Burial Board by 
resolution of their own body, and have power as such to levy burial rates to be 
expended in the maintenance of old and the purchase of new burial-grounds, 
under statute 19 and 20 Vic., c. 98, passed in 1856. The burial-rates are 
made and levied at the same time and in the same manner as the ordinary town 
rates, and are included in the returns of the Town Commissioners. In all other 
places the Guardians of the Poor have a like power to constitute themselves 
Burial Boards for the Union, and to levy rates for like purposes under the pro- 
visions of the same Act. 

Act 28 and 29 Vic. , c. 50, requires owners of dogs to obtain a licence (duty 

Dog Licence 2 s. each dog) from magistrates at Petty Sessions of the district where owner 

resides. After the expenses of administrating the Act, the surplus is paid over 

to the Counties, Boroughs, Towns, and Townships, in aid of their local 

taxation. 



INDEX TO PUBLIC STATUTES. 



35 



VIII. URBAN AND RURAL SANITARY DISTRICTS. 

By the Public Health (Ireland) Act, 1874, a certain defined part of each Sanitary 
Poor Law Union has been constituted a "rural "sanitary district, and the guardians Districts, 
of the union, as such, declared the sanitary authorities for such sanitary district ; 
and other parts of Poor Law Unions have been declared by the Act to consti- 
tute "urban" sanitary districts. 

Sec. 10 of the Act enacts that Dispensary District Medical Officers shall be 
the sanitary officers of their respective districts, together with such other sub- offi'' ary 
officers as the guardians, with the consent of the Local Government Board, 
shall appoint. Relieving officers and collectors of poor rates are alike eligible 
for the office of sanitary sub-officer. 

The guardians are also required to appoint a consulting sanitary officer, and Consultine 
for this office every medical officer of the union is eligible, or any other medical and 
practitioner possessing the necessary qualifications ; also to appoint an executive Executive 
sanitary officer, for which office the Olerk of the Union, or any assistant of the ofg ltary 
clerk appointed by the guardians, shall be eligible. 

To the Dispensary Medical Officers and Sanitary Sub-Officers are assigned 
the respective duties and functions in the discovery or inspection or removal 
of nuisances, in the supply of pure water, in the making or repairing of sewers 
or drains, or in generally superintending the execution of the sanitary laws 
within their district, as follows : Duties of 

Every sanitary sub-officer who shall observe or be informed of any matter offi' tary 
demanding, in his opinion, attention from the sanitary officer of the dispensary 
district in which he has discovered the same, shall notify it forthwith to the 
sanitary officer in writing, specifying the nature of the case. Every sanitary 
officer who shall have been apprised officially or shall otherwise become 
cognisant of any matter demanding his attention as aforesaid, shall, as soon 
as conveniently may be, visit the locality, and if, after due inspection, he finds 
such matter dangerous to public health, he shall report thereon to the Board of 
Guardians. 

The duty of the executive sanitary officer shall be to attend every meeting of 
the guardians, acting as a sanitary authority, and to take their directions from D f 
time to time on the sanitary business of the board, and on the reports of the Executive 
sanitary officers, and all proceedings arising thereon, and to see that the same Sanitary 
are carried out and brought to a conclusion where practicable, in pursuance of Officer, 
the orders of the board. In furtherance whereof, is is directed that every 
sanitary officer and sub-officer shall, on receiving directions from the executive 
sanitary officer, attend and assist in all proceedings in which his attendance 
or assistance may be required. 

The duty of the consulting sanitary officer shall be to attend meetings of the 
guardians, acting as sanitary authority, whenever required to do so, and to Duty of 
advise them on all matters and proceedings requiring medical knowledge and Consulting 
advice in the administration of the sanitary laws. It shall be the duty of the 
consulting sanitary officer and of the sanitary officers to furnish from time to 
time to the Local Government Board such statistical returns of sickness and 
disease in the workhouse and its hospitals, and in the dispensary districts, as 
shall from time to time be required from them respectively. 

The proceeding of the Board of Guardians, acting as the sanitary authority, 
shall be recorded in the same manner as the minutes of the proceeding of the p rocee di ngs 
board under the Poor Law and Medical Charities Acts, and a copy of such of Sanitary 
record shall be annexed to the ordinary minutes of the proceedings of the Authorities. 
Board of Guardians, and shall be transmitted to the Local Government Board 
by the clerk of the Union, with such last mentioned minutes. 

IX. POOR LAW UNIONS. 

The Poor Law came into operation in 1838, but none of the workhouses 
were opened for the admission of paupers till 1840. Prior to that date there 
was no systematic provision for the poor, but the country was by no means I"|h system 
destitute of institutions designed for their benefit. Legislative enactments had 
progressively, during the last century, established county infirmaries, dispensa- 
ries, lunatic asylums, houses of industry, and receptacles for destitute infants 
and old people ; and similar institutions, together with schools, lying-in hospi- 
tals, houses of refuge, and mendicity houses, had been set on foot in various 
places by private benevolence. But the Irish system of poor law relief differed 
in one respect from the systems in force hi England and Scotland, the relief 
being administered solely in workhouses. Again, the legal right which desti- 



36 INDEX TO PUBLIC STATUTES. 

tute or infirm persons in England and Scotland had to relief was not recognized 
in Ireland. The destitute, under this law. might be relieved, but they could 
not insist upon it as a right. Under this singularly ineffective law, which has 
of late years undergone several important modifications, the expenditure for the 
year ending 1st January, 1846, was only ^3 16,026, and the number of paupers 
receiving indoor relief 43,293. In 1848, under a recurrence of the famine, and 
an attack of cholera, the poor rates rose to .1,627,700; in 1850, .2177,651 
. . . was disbursed for the relief of the poor. Since 1857, under 10 Vic., c. 31, the 
Poor S Refief svstem f out-door relief, under certain restrictions, has been progressing ; and 
the present system of poor relief (especially in the matter of out-door) is being 
gradually assimilated to those in force in England and Scotland. In 1873, the 
total number of paupers in Ireland was 319,342, being an increase of 22,986 
on the preceding year. Of these 249,133 were in receipt of indoor relief; 
69,507 in receipt of out-door relief; and 602 were in blind and other asylums. 
In 1857, the total number of out-door paupers on the last Saturday in February 
was 1096 ; at the same period in 1874, it was 30,649. This increase is due to 
the decrease of indoor relief, the daily average recipients of which having fallen 
from 53,017 in 1867-8, to 46,573 in 1873-4. The total cost of poor-relief in 
1873, was 790,560, being an increase of 61,229 on ^ e amount of the pre- 
vious year. The number of persons assisted by boards of guardians to emig- 
rate from 184910 1874 was 30,167, the amount so expended being 129,421. 
Increase of In explanation of the fact, that while in England out-door relief is continuously 
out-door declining, in Ireland it is the reverse, it is officially explained that, in England 
the prevailing opinion is that out-door relief has been for a long time past in 
excess of what it ought to be, and active exertions have been made by the 
authorities to reduce its extent ; while in Ireland the popular opinion is that 
there has been too little out-door relief in comparison with the indoor, and it is 
the operation of this feeling at boards of guardians that the continuous increase 
is due. 

Out-door poor-relief, under its latest modfications, may be summed up as 
j. , follows : (l) it is granted to widows having two legitimate children depending 

out-^oorVe- on ner ( 2 ) * n case t ^ ie head of a family is himself disabled by some severe 
lief can be sickness or serious accident ; (3) in case the house is full and infected ; (4) for 
granted. a period not exceeding one month to persons evicted from their dwellings. 

Notices of the Election of Guardians of the Poor are required to be issued 

by the Returning Officer for each union during the month of October ; voting 

Election of P a P ers are is sue d on the 1 8th March, and on the 25th the election takes place, 

Poor-Law an d those guardians previously in office, and not re-elected, retire. Ex-Officio 

Guardians. Guardians of the Poor, not being clergymen, assistant barristers, or stipendaries, 

are selected on the 29th September. The i8th February is the last day for 

receiving owners statements of claims to vote at elections. 

X. MEDICAL CHARITIES. 

Dispensary The provisions of the Medical Charities Act, 14 and 15 Vic., cap. 68, passed 
Districts. in 1851, by which Boards of Guardians were empowered to form the Poor Law 
Unions into Dispensary Districts, subject to approval by the Poor Commis- 
sioners, and to provide Dispensaries for the same, took effect on the I2th 
November, 1851. Each dispensary district is composed of a certain number 
of Poor Law electoral divisions an average of five to each district, and a 
population of from 7000 to 8000. Every district is under a separate committee, 
and has one of more dispensaries and medical officers, whose duties are regu- 
lated by the Act. . 

XI. REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES. 

Districts for The Act for the Registration of Births and Deaths in Ireland (26 Vic., 

Registration cap. u) ? came into operation on the 1st January, 1864. The Act provides that 

Deaths and Cvet 7 P or Law Union, from and after the 3 1st December, 1863, should be a 

Marriages. Superindendent Registrar's District ; and that each dispensary district of such 

Union should be a Registrar's District for the purposes of this Act. In 

accordance with these provisions, the Clerks of the Poor Law Unions are 

appointed as Superintendent Registrars, and the Dispensary District Medical 

Officers as Registrars in their respective districts. 

Registration The Act 7 and 8 Vic, c. 81, for the Registration of Marriages in Ireland, 

of Marriages came into operation in 1845, but marriages of Roman Catholics were exempted 

c A (n 7 & 8V fr m * ts operation ; however by the Act 26 and 27 Vic., cap. 90 (1863), such 

marriages were directed to be registered on and from 1st January, 1864, as 

well as those of all other persuasions. 



INDEX TO PUBLIC STATUTES. 37 

A copy of the entries in the Registers of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, Copy of Re- 
for the preceding three months, must be sent by the Registrars to the Superin- {jj? 1 ^ t ' r is ~ 
tendent Registrars in the months of January, April, July, and October, for gistrar-Ge-' 
transmission to the Registrar-General. neral. 

Parents and others must give notice, within 21 days, to the Registrar of their Registration 
district of the birth of any child ; and intimation of death to be given to the compulsory. 
Registrar within 7 days : penalty for failing to give notice, 2OS. 

XII. VACCINATION. 

Act 34 and 35 Vic. , cap. 98, requires every Registrar of Births and Deaths to y a ccication 
transmit to the vaccination officer of the place, once in every month, a return of within six 
the births and deaths of all infants under 1 2 months of age, which have been months corn- 
registered by him. pulsory. 

Act 26 and 27 Vic., cap. 52, makes it compulsory for parents and guardians 
to have such children vaccinated within six months after birth. 

XIII. COUNTY INFIRMARIES AND FEVER HOSPITALS. 

These are supported by Grand Jury Presentments, Local Subscriptions, and Hospital?. 
Parliamentary Grants. By the Medical Charities Act, these allowances are to 
be discontinued when the officers receiving them at the time of the passing of 
that Act cease to hold their respective offices. 

XIV. DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUMS. 

Under the management of a board of governors appointed by the Lord Lunatic 
Lieutenant and Council, and supported out of Grand Jury Cess. By order of Asylums, 
the Lord Lieutenant, lunatic may be transferred from gaols to asylums ; and 
magistrates have now the power, under 30 and 31 Vic., c. 118, sec. 10, to com- 
mit all dangerous or insane persons direct to these institutions. 

XV. REFORMATORY AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS. 

Industrial Schools were first authorized in Ireland in 1868 (31 Vic., cap. 25), Industrial 
for orphans or deserted children under 16 years of age. Reformatory Schools and Refor- 
were authorized in Ireland in 1858, by 21 and 22 Vic., cap 103, for the recep- spools 
tion of children under 16, who have been committed to gaol for some offence. 

These schools are under the care of denominational bodies, and^ maintained 
partly out of Government grants, partly out of Grand Jury Cess,' and partly 
out of voluntary contributions. 

XVI. ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY. 

The first regular police force established throughout Ireland was originated Police Force 
by the Act 54 Geo. III., cap. 131, passed in 1814 "To provide for the better 
execution of the Laws in Ireland, by appointing Superintending Magistrates 
and additional Constables in Counties in certain cases. Other Acts followed, 
but all were consolidated or repealed by the 6th Wm. IV., cap. 13, passed in 
1836. The reserve foixe was established in 1839, by the Act 2 and 3 Vic., 
cap. 75. Originally the expense was defrayed partly by Grand Jury present- How p aid 
ments, and partly out of the Consolidated Fund ; but the Act 9 and 10 Vic., 
cap 97, passed in 1846, provides that the whole expense shall be borne by the 
Consolidated Fund, except a moiety of the cost of additional Constabulary 
Force applied for by the Magistrates of any county or district, or of the reserve 
force when employed therein, or of an increased force stationed there by the 
Lord Lieutenant. The Constabulary Force consists of an inspector-general, How Consti- 
deputy inspector-general, three assist, inspector-generals, county inspectors, tuted. 
sub-inspectors, head-constables, constables, acting-constables, sub-constables. 

XVII. RESIDENT MAGISTRATES. 

Act 6 Wm. IV., cap. 13, authorizes the Lord' Lieutenant to appoint resident Resident 
Stipendary Magistrates, to act in disturbed districts, or in districts where, owing Magistrates, 
to the absence or non-residence of the local Magistrates, or for any other suffi- 
cient cause, it should appear to be expedient. 

XVIII. FISHERIES'. 

Inland and Coast Fisheries. In 1848 the Act II & 12 Vic., c. 92, passed, Irish Fish* 
which imposed a licence duty on engines used for the capture of salmon and eries - 
trout, and constituted, for the first time, an organised body for the general pro- 



38 INDEX TO PUBLIC STATUTES. 

Conservators tection of the salmon fisheries, giving them, for this purpose, the disposal of the 
of Fisheries. funds so ra i se d. This body, called by the Act of Parliament " Conservators 
of Fisheries," was elected by the persons who paid this duty in the different 
districts into which Ireland was divided by the Commissioners : and this, it may 
be said, first gave effect to the laws then governing the salmon fisheries. By 
the 5th and 6th of Vic., c. 106, the principle of a uniform close season for 
Ireland was first observed, and the Commissioners altered the seasons during 
which it was rfot lawful to take salmon or trout ; but the 23rd section of the 
Act 26 and 27 Vic., cap., 114, declares angling by means of rod and line to be 
legal from the ist of February till the ist of November. 

No fixed en- Under the Act 26 & 27 Vic., cap. 114, passed in 1863, Special Commissioners 

us"" in fTh ^ or I 5 ' 1 Salmon Fisheries were appointed. From their Report in 1866, it 

cries without appears that prior to the Act of 1842, the use of fixed engines in the tidal waters 

licence. of Ireland was illegal ; but a section of that Act empowered, under certain 

conditions, the owners of several or exclusive fisheries to erect them. The Act 

32 & 33 Vic., c. 92, imposes a penalty of ^50 for fishing with fixed engines for 

salmon without a certificate. This Act amalgamates the Deep Sea, Oyster, 

and Salmon Fisheries Departments. 

Bcr"^^ f Boards of Conservators of Fisheries elected for three ensuing years on the 
Conservators Ist of October. 

Table showing the Close Seasons for Salmon and Trout fixed by Statute Law 
and the Orders of the Commissioners of Fisheries in the different Districts 
embraced in the County Cork. 



Close Season 
Coast and 
Inland Fish- 
eries, County 



District. 


Tidal and Fresh Water. 
(All days inclusive.) 


Angling with Single Rod 
and Line. 


LISMORE, Helvick Head 
to Bailycolton. 
CORK, Ballvcotton to 
Galley Head. 
SKIBBEREEN, Galley 
Head to Mizen Head. 
BANTRY, Mizen Head 
to Crow Head. 


ist Sept. to I5th Feb. 
i6th Aug. to 28th Feb. 
ist Oct. to 3Oth April 
Do. do. 


1st Oct. to 3ist Jan. 
1st Nov. to 28th Feb. 
1st Nov. to l6th March 
Do. do. 



The 2ist sec. of 26 & 27 Vic., c. 114, requires there shall not be fewer than 
168 days close season in each fishery. 

Weekly ^ v ^ e 2ot ^ sec> ^ 2 ^ ^ 2 7 Vic., c - IT 4 no salmon or trout shall be fished 

Close Season f r or taken in any way except by single rod and line, between si* o'clock on 
Saturday morning and six o'clock on the succeeding Monday morning. 



XIX. LEGAL SHOOTING SEASONS. 

(27 Geo. Ill, c. 35 ; 37 Geo. Ill, c. 21 ; 28 & 29 Vic., c. 54, &c.) 

The following Table gives the " close" time for different kinds of Game for 
Ireland. During the periods therein named, it is illegal to pursue the birds 
mentioned. 



Close Season 

Shooting, 

Ireland. 



Bird. 


Close Season. 


Black Game ... ... ... 


As " Heath Fowl " 


Grouse, or Red Game 
Heath Fowl 


loth December and I2th August 
Ditto. 


Heath, or Moor Game 
Landrail ... ... 
Muirfowl, or Ptarmigan 
Partridge .. . ... ... 


Ditto, 
loth January and 2Oth September 
loth December and I2th August 
loth January and 2Oth September 


Pheasant 


loth January and ist September 


Quail 


loth January and 2Oth September 







INDEX TO PUBLIC STATUTES. 39 

XX. LICENCES. 

Spirit Licences. Publicans' and Distillers' licences expire on the loth of Applications 
October ; and notices of application for renewal to be given twenty-one days for Spirit 
previously. Applicants for spirit licences must cause notice to be duly served Licences, 
on the Clerk of the Peace, the two nearest magistrates, the sub-inspector of 
constabulary of the district in which such applicant resides (in his absence, the 
head constable), and the churchwardens of the parish, twenty-one clear days 
before the Sessions for the division in which the applicant resides, pursuant to Jaro" 'notice 
3 and 4 Wm. IV, c. 68, and 17 and 18 Vic., c. 89, sec. 9. The personal atten- required, 
dance of each applicant is required at Sessions. Notices sent by post to the 
Clerk of the Peace should be registered. 

Excise Licences expire on the 4th July ; applications to renew must be made Applications 
orj or before June I3th. They comprise as follows Appraisers, house agents, to renew Ex- 
auctioneers, dealers in beer, spirits, wines, sweets, spirit dealers retailing spirits cise Licences 
in bottle, tobacco dealers (except publicans), sweets retailers, chemists using For what 
stills, spirit grocers, tobacco manufacturers, vinegar makers, malsters, malt- they are paid 
roasters, dealers in roasted malt, passage vessels, rectifiers and compounders, . 
and plate dealers. 

Brewers' Excise Licences expire on the 3Oth September ; applications for Brewers, 
renewal must be made not later than the l8th of same month. 

Pawnbrokers 1 Licences expire on the 3Oth July. Pawnbrokers 

Game Certificates. Whole-year certificates expire on the 5th April ; half- 
year certificates on the 5th April and 3lst October. Game. 

Game dealers' Licences expire on the 1st July. 

Pedlars' Certificates expire on the 3ist December ; and application for renewal p^ia. 
to be made at the police station within which applicant resides. 

Dog Licences must be taken out before the I2th of April in each year. Dogs. 

XXI. CIVIL BILL COURTS. 

The Courts of the Chairmen of Counties in Ireland correspond to the English Origin of 
County Courts, but have a much earlier origin, having been originally founded Civil Bill 
by an Act of the Irish Parliament (stat. 36, Geo. III., c. 25) so far back as Courts - 
1 796. The following summary shows the order of proceedings in the courts : 

After the termination of the criminal business at Quarter Sessions in each 
town, civil bill cases in which a jury is summoned will be heard. The party 
requiring a jury must lodge with the sheriff a copy of the civil bill at the time O b r se "ed in 
of service of notice, and also serve notice in writing on the opposite party that Civil Bill 
the case is to be tried by jury. Ordinary Civil Bills, commencing with Unde- Cases, 
fended cases, will next be called in alphabetical order, as they appear in the Clerk 
of Peace's book. Ejectment and Replevin cases (i.e. recovery of goods dis- 
trained) will be heard on the fourth day of each sessions. 

Civil Bill Processes in Ejectment Cases, and for the recovery of Legacies or 
distributive shares of Assets, and in all cases were the demand shall exceed Serving of 
20, must be served 15 clear days before the first day of Sessions. Civil Bill Processes. 
Processes in all other cases must be served six clear days before the first day of 
Sessions. Civil Bills should be given to the process servers within a reasonable 
time before the last day for service at each Sessions, otherwise they will not be 
held accountable for the service. Process servers are allowed to serve processes 
in any part of the division to which they are appointed ; and any complaints 
against them on account of unserved processes, will be heard immediately 
before the commencement of civil business. 

Civil Bills to be heard, and all Defences, must be entered with the Clerk of Bills and 
the Peace, at the latest, on the day preceding the first day of Sessions ; and be entered* 
when the Sessions commence on a Monday, the cases and defences must be with Clerk of 
entered on the previous Saturday. Ejectment and Replevin Processes must be Peace, 
entered with the Clerk of the Peace on the second day of each Sessions. 

Defendants can save costs of Witnesses in Undefended Cases, or in defences Undefended 
for time, by giving notice in writing to the Plaintiff or his attorney, admitting Cases, 
the demand. 

To have the Fee of Counsel allowed, his Brief, with his receipt thereon^ Fee of 
must be produced to the Court at the hearing of the case. Counsel 

The sheriff or his Replevinger must make a return in writing to the Court Replevin 
of the manner in which the Replevin order in each case has been executed, Orders, 
pursuant to the 14 and 15 Vic., c. 57, sec. 43. 

No process can be entered in the name of any attorney who will not attend a t "e to '" 
at Sessions to move the same. mov case. 



40 INDEX TO PUBLIC STATUTES. 

Postponing All applications for postponing cases must be grounded on affidavit, or the 
l - ases ' consent in writing of the opposite party. 

At the Cork Sessions, all cases in which the Defendants reside within the 

Cases in Borough or Barony of Cork (being the Recorder's Civil jurisdiction), must be 

Boroughand entered in the City book, and will not be heard until the County cases are dis- 

Cork" y posed of. Civil Bills and defences in the City book to be entered on second 

day of Sessions. 

Cases arising out of "the Landlord and Tenant Act," 33 and 34 Vic. (1870), 
I a d C w '" ^ e heard at Sessions, at times fixed for that purpose. The attorney or 
(Landlord P ar ty lodging papers for the Land Sessions should endorse thereon the title of 
a.iu rcuam the cause and the nature of the document, and should also lodge a copy thereof 
Act, 1870.) f or the use of the Court. 

After 6th February in each year, no case will be entered in the name of any 
Certifi" y t' S Attorney who has not registered his Licence as directed by the Acts of 56th 
Geo. Ill, c. 56, sec. 61 ; and 29 and 30 Vic., c. 84, sec. 3. 

XXII. THE BALLOT ACT. 

Nomination. In place of the system of nomination at the hustings, the 

following method has been substituted : Candidates for counties and boroughs 

Nominations are to be nominated in writing. The writing is to be subscribed by two regis- 

under Ballot tered electors as proposer and seconder, and by eight other registered electors 

" ct> as assenting to the nomination. 

The Poll. Votes must be given by ballot . The ballot paper must show the 
names and descriptions of the candidates, and must have a number printed on 
the back, and have attached to it a counterfoil with the number printed upon 
the face. The voter, having received his paper, must proceed to one of the 

Mode of compartments in the station, and with the pencil provided in the compartment, 
Registering se cretly place a cross on the right hand side, opposite the name of such candi- 
date for whom he votes, thus X- He must then fold up the ballot paper so as 
to conceal his vote, but so as to show the official mark at the back. After 
having shown the presiding officer the official mark at the back, the voter must 
place his ballot paper, in the presence of such officer, in the ballot box. 

Miscellaneous Provisions. The ' local authority " of every county must, by 

order, divide the county into polling districts, and assign a polling place to each 

district, so that, as far as practicable, every resident elector in the county shall 

have a polling place within four miles. The local authority of every borough, 

Polling jf they think tit, may, by order, divide the borough into polling districts in the 

ces- most convenient manner. The returning officer at a parliamentary election may 

use, free of charge, for the purpose of the poll, any room in a school receiving 

a grant out of moneys provided by Parliament. 

Criminal Provisions. Every person who (i) Forges or fraudulently defaces 

or destroys any nomination paper, or delivers to the returning officer any 

nomination paper, knowing the same to be forged ; or (2) Forges or fraudulently 

destroys any ballot paper, or the official mark on any ballot paper ; or (3) 

Without due authority supplies any ballot paper to any person ; or (4) Frau- 

Criminal dulently puts into any ballot box any paper other than his proper ballot paper ; 

underThe 3 or ^5) fraudulently takes out of the polling station any ballot paper ; or (6) 

Act. Withovit due authority, destroys, takes, opens, or otherwise interferes with any 

ballot box, or packet of ballot papers then in use for the purposes of the 

election ; shall be guilty of a misdemeanour, and be liable, if he is a returning 

officer, or an officer or clerk in attendance at a polling station, to imprisonment 

for two years, with or without hard labour, and if he is any other person, to 

imprisonment for six months, with or without hard labour. Any attempt to 

commit any of the above offences is punishable in the same manner as the 

offence itself. 

XXIII. RAILWAY ACTS. 

Plans,, sections, and books of reference relating to any projected line of rail- 
way must be deposited on or before the 3Oth November with the Clerk of the 
Peace, and at the Board of Trade, London, prior to application to Parliament 
R .. for Act of Incorporation. Notice of application for any Railway Act must 

Extensions, a ' so De inserted in Dublin Gazette and local newspaper, in October and 
etc. November. And on or before 23rd December, applications to be made to all 

owners, lessees, and occupiers of land affected by any proposed railway ; also 
plans, sections, and books of reference to be deposited with clerks or Poor 
Law Unions, and at Private Bill Office, House of Commons. 



CHURCHES, UNIVERSITIES, SCHOOLS. 41 

Religious Bodies in County Cork. 

Irish Episcopalian Church. A Royal Commission on the revenues of the Established 
Church in Ireland having been issued, the Commissioners presented their report to 
Parliament in 1868-9. They found the Irish Church Establishment to consist of two 
archbishoprics, ten bishoprics, thirty corporation's of deans and chapters, twelve minor 
corporations or quasi-corporate bodies connected with cathedrals, thirty-two deaneries, 
thirty-three archdeaconries, 1,509 incumbencies, and 500 stipendiary curates. There were 
1,075 benefices, the net income of which was returned as under ,300 a-year. About 355 
of these were above "200 a-year, about 420 of the remainder above ,100 a-year, and about 
300 under 100 a-year. The total annual revenues of the Church from all sources, 
including the aggregate net value of houses and lands in the occupation of bishops, bene- 
ficed clergy, &c., and the net income for maintaining cathedral and choral services, 
amounted in all to ,772,574. In 1869, "the Irish Church Act " (32 & 33 Vic., c. 42) 
was passed, disestablishing the Episcopal Church in Ireland. This Act received the 
Royal assent on July 26, 1869, and came into operation on the 1st January, 1871. Existing 
interests were provided for, and the private benefactions left to the Church were retained 
to the amount of .500,000, together with the national historical edifices, including several 
cathedrals. Immediately on the passing of the Act, in accordance with its nth and I2th 
clauses, the Irish Church Temporalities Commissioners took over all the property which 
the late Ecclesiastical Commissioners had under their control, and issued forms of claim to 
be filled up by every clergyman or other person entitled to receive a continuance of 
income or compensation, under the terms of the Act. The igth sec. of the Act provides 
for the reorganization of the Church, in accordance with which a clerical Synod met at 
St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, on I4th September, 1869, to consult on the representation 
of the clergy and laity. A meeting of laymen was subsequently held in Dublin, at which 
it was resolved that "the clerical and lay representatives should sit and discuss all 
questions together in the General Synod of the Church, with the right to vote by orders, 
if demanded by three of either order present at the meeting. " A resolution was also 
carried affirming the expediency of fixing the number of lay representatives in the General 
Synod, in the proportion of two to one of the clergy. On the second day of the meeting 
it was resolved, "that the dioceses should be divided into three groups, and allotted a 
representation as follows : Down, 71 ; Armagh, 72 ; Dublin, 59 ; Derry, 36 ; Kilmore, 
34 ; Cork, 38 ; Ossory, 36 ; Tuam, 19 ; Meath, 23 ; Killaloe, 19 ; Limerick, 19 ; Cashel, 
20. total, 446." The Representative Body is composed of three classes the ex-officio, 
the elected, and the co-opted members : the first being the archbishops and bishops for 
the time being ; the second, clerical and lay representatives, elected by dioceses ; and the 
third, " persons equal in number to the dioceses, to be elected by the ex-officio and elected 
members." The co-opted members must, however, be specially approved of by the 
General Synod. It was also resolved that " no question should be decided except by a 
majority of the bishops present, and a majority of the clerical and lay representatives 
present, whether voting conjointly or separately, provided always, that when any motion 
has been carried by a majority of each of the other orders present, and voting, it shall 
pass, unless seven at least of the existing bishops be present, and shall concur in a dissentient 
vote. The mode of election of bishops and ministers was decided by this meeting of 
general convention. Claims numbering above 8,000 were received from archbishops, 
bishops, lay patrons, incumbents, permanent curates, temporary curates, vicars-general, 
diocesan registrars, and schoolmasters, officers .of cathedral corporations, parish clerks, 
sextons, organists, choirmen, &c. The amount of commutation money paid (including 
bonus, where payable), in respect of claims investigated up to February, 1873, is as 
follows : 

Archbishops, Bishops, and Incumbents 5,56* .877 16 * 

Curates 1,724,710 7 5 

Non-Conformist Ministers 613,821 14 5 

Diocesan Schoolmasters, Clerks, Sextons, &c., 359,264 i I0 

Total, 8,259,673 19 9 

In 1861 the number of benefices with incumbents in the United Dioceses of Cork, 
Cloyne, and Ross were 170, with a total tithe rent-charge of ,54, 538, and a church popula- 
tion of 43,228. In 1874 the number of parishes in the diocese were 162, with 162 rectors 
and 27 curates, and a church population of 40,331. 

The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland. The Roman Catholic hierarchy consists of 
-four archbishops and twenty-four bishops. The bishops are nominated by the Pope, 
generally out of a list of three names submitted to him by the parish priests and chapter of 
the vacant diocese, and reported on by the archbishop and bishops of the province. In 
case of expected incapacity from age or infirmity, the bishop names a coadjutor, who is 
usually confirmed by the Pope, with the right of succession. In many of the dioceses a 



42 CHURCHES, UNIVERSITIES, SCHOOLS. 

chapter and cathedral corps have been revived, the Dean being appointed by the cardinal 
protector at Rome. The diocesan dignitaries are the vicars-general, of whom there are 
one, two, or three, according to the extent of the diocese, who have special disciplinary 
and other powers ; vicars-forane, whose functions are more restricted ; the archdeacon, 
and the parish priests or incumbents. All of these, as well as the curates, are appointed 
by the bishop. The episcopal emoluments arise from the mensal parish, or two, the 
incumbency 'of which is retained by the bishop, from marriage licenses, and from the 
cathedraticum an annual sum, varying from 2 to 10, paid by each incumbent in the 
diocese. The incomes of parish priests arise from fees on marriages, baptisms, and deaths, 
or Easter and Christmas dues, and from incidental voluntary contributions. All the places 
of public worship are built _by subscription, legacies, and collections. Communities of 
priests, of various religious orders and rules, called Regulars, minister in their own churches, 
and, though without parochial jurisdiction, greatly aid the secular clergy. There are 
numerous monasteries and convents ; the latter are supported partly by sums, usually from 
300 to .500, paid by those who take vows in them, and partly by fees paid for the educa- 
tion of children. Various communities of monks and nuns also devote themselves to the 
gratuitous education of the children of the poor. There are three Roman Catholic dioceses 
in the county Cork. The Diocese of Cork includes Cork and part of Kerry ; the Diocese 
of Cloyne includes a large portion of the county Cork ; and the Diocese of Ross includes a 
portion of county Cork. The Diocese of Cork comprises bishop, thirty-one parish priests, two 
administrators, seventy-four curates and chaplains, thirty-four in convents, seventy churches, 
seven convents, thirteen nunneries, two monasteries, three Christian Brothers' schools, 
three Presentation Monks' schools, three Presentation Nuns' schools, five Sisters of Mercy 
schools, and one Sisters of Charity school ; with a church population in 1861 of 206 918, 
in 1871 of 201,442. The Diocese of Cloyne bishop, forty-five parish priests, two 
administrators, eighty-two curates, four in college, 133 secular clergy ; 103 parochial and 
district churches, twelve convents, 205 members in community, seven Christian Brothers' 
establishments ; this diocese is 6 miles long by 29 miles wide, and with a church popula- 
tion in 1861 of 202,294, in 1871 of 183,943. The Diocese of Ross is very small and poor, 
and consists of bishop, nine parish priests, two administrators, fourteen curates total 26; 
twenty-two parochial and district churches, two convents, forty-eight members in 
community ; with a church population in 1861 of 64,540, in 1871 of 61,491. 

Religious Orders in the County. 

Orders of Regular Clergy St. Augustine, St. Dominic, St. Francis, and Congregation 
of the Mission of St. Vincent, at Cork ; Capuchin Community, at Cork and Roches- 
town^ Carmelites, at Kinsale; Order of Charity, at St. Patrick's Reformatory, Upton. 

Christian Brothers Cork, Charleville, Doneraile, Fermoy, Mallow, Midleton, Mit- 
chelstown, and Youghal. This order has three schools at Cork, and one each at 
the other mentioned piaces, educating (without State aid) about 8000 boys. 

Presentation Brothers. This order has three schools at Cork, at which about 2000 
boys receive education. 

Carmelite Convent, Cork. 

Presentation Convents of Nuns two at Cork, and one at Bandon, Fermoy, Done- 
raile, Youghal, Midleton, and Mitchelstown total 8. 

Sisters of Mercy Cork, Kinsale, Bantry, Passage, Queenstown, Charleville, Mallow, 
Mallow, and Kanturk total 9. 

Sisters of Charity, Peacock Lane, and St. Patrick's Hospital for Incurables, Cork. 

Sisters of the Good Shepherd Sunday's well, Cork. 

French Sisters of Charity North Infirmary, Cork. 

Les Soeurs de bon Secours Shrubbery, Cork. 

Ursuline Convent Blackrock. The ladies of this convent conduct one of the first 
, young ladies boarding schools in Ireland. 

Loretto Convents Fermoy and Youghal. 

Sisters of Mercy of the Sacred Heart Clonakilty. 

Sisters of Mercy of the Immaculate Conception Skibbereen. 

There are twenty-four schools for the poor in the county under the care of the ladies 
of the above convents, at which 9500 girls and about 600 young boys receive education. 
Twenty of these schools have State aid. 

Presbyterian Church. The Presbyterians, who are found chiefly in Ulster, are formed 
into congregations, each of whom is under the ecclesiastical government of a court called a 
session, consisting of the minister and' elders of the congregation. An indefinite number 
of the ministers of these congregations, with a lay elder for each, constitutes a Presbytery, 
which has the charge of the congregations represented in it. Delegates from each of these 
Presbyteries, consisting of all the ministers, with a lay elder for each, constitute the 
General Assembly, which is presided over by a Moderator, chosen annually, and regulates 
the Ecclesiastical concerns of the Body. The ministers are supported by voluntary 



CHURCHES, UNIVERSITIES, SCHOOLS 43 

contributions, the rents of seats, and the proceeds of the commutation of the annual 
Parliamentary grant of about ^40,500, called the Regium Donum, or Royal Gift (first 
granted in 1672 by Charles II.), made by the Church Temporalities Commissioners, under 
the Act of 1869. There are three non-subscribing Presbyterian Bodies in Ireland the 
Remonstrant Synod of Ulster, United Presbytery or Synod of Munster, and the Presbytery 
of Antrim ; and the Reformed Presbyterian Synod of Ireland is unconnected with the 
General Assembly. The number of Presbyterians in the county Cork in 1 86 1 was 1999, 
in 1871, 2244. 

Melhodisl Church and other Religious Bodies in County Cork. The Methodist Body was 
founded in 1739 by the Rev. John Wesley. The ministers are itinerant, three years being 
the longest period they can remain in one place. Two are generally appointed to a circuit, 
which comprises several congregations ; and they are assisted by lay preachers, leaders, 
and prayer leaders. Out of these is formed the leader's meeting, at which the ministers 
attend, one of them called the Superintendent presiding ; and this Board, which meets 
weekly, manages the affairs of the circuit. A number of circuits form a district. The 
Comerence, composed exclusively of ministers, meet annually, and is the supreme court, 
but all financial matters are arranged by committees, one-half of each being laymen. The 
Wesleyan Body in the United Kingdom forms one connection, the President of the British 
Conference being also President of the Irish one. The number of Methodists in the county 
in 1861 was 2653, in 1871, 2946.* Independents, next to the Wesleyan Methodists, are 
the largest dissenting body in the United Kingdom. In 1730, Presbyterians, Baptists, and 
Independents were united under the name of the Three Denominations, which held 
Conferences, ultimately disturbed by the withdrawal of the Presbyterians. This body has 
one place of worship only in the city of Cork. Baptists. There are supposed to be 
8,500,00x3 Baptists in English speaking communities, and in England and Wales the 
ministers number 2,000. Baptists are distinguished by holding that baptism is to be 
administered to those who are capable of exercising faith, and by immersion only, and 
they are divided amongst themselves regarding communion. There is a Baptist church at 
Cork city, and missions in Bandon, Blarney, Queenstown, Youghal, and Mallow. 
Society oj Friends. These number 17,000 members in the United Kingdom, and have 
places of worship at Cork, Youghal, &c.t 

Colleges and Schools. 

Queeris College. Under 8 & 9 Vic., c. 66 (1845), for establishing new Colleges in Ireland, 
a charter was granted in 1849 for establishing three colleges, called Queen's College, 
Cork ; Queen's College, Belfast ; and Queen's College, Galway ; and statutes issued for 
their government. New charters, amending the former ones, passed the great seal in 1863. 
The corporale body of each college consists of the President and Professors, the general 
government and administration being vested in a council, consisting of the President and 
six members of the council elected by the Professors from amongst themselves. The 
members of the council hold office for three years, the two senior in each year retiring. 
The duties of the Council are to make regulations for the government of the College in 
cases not provided for by the statutes ; to prescribe the course of instruction to be given ; 
to provide for the maintenance of discipline and good conduct among the students both 
without and within the College precincts ; and to exercise a general supervision and control 
over the income and expenditure of the College. An appear is given from decisions of the 
council to the visitors. The visitors are appointed by the crown. They are empowered 
to hold extraordinary visitations at any time, upon giving three weeks' notice to the Pre- 
sident, and are required to hold their ordinary visitations at intervals of three years. 

Candidates for the degree of Bachelor in Arts attend the Queen's College for three 
years, and undergo two examinations in the Queen's University. They also have to pass 
the College entrance examination, and College examination held at the close of each 
session. The session of the Queen's College extend from October to June. In their 

1st Session the student in arts study English ; Greek ; Latin ; a Modern Language, 
and Mathematics. 

2nd Sessson Logic; Natural Philosophy; and two of the following, viz.: Greek 
(second course) ; Latin (second course) ; a Modern Language (second course) ; 
Mathematics (second course). 

3rd Session they study the English Language and Literature ; Metaphysics, or His- 
tory or Political Economy ; Chemistry ; Zoology, or Botany. 
Students who are preparing to compete for University Honors are allowed to substitute 

* Many Wesleyan Methodists return themselves as Episcopalians. 

t Baptists, Independents, and members of the Society of Friends are not denned in census returns ; per- 
sons belonging to religious professions in this county and city other than Episcopalians, Homan Catholics, 
Presbyterians, and Methodists, amounted in 1871 to about 2000. 



44 SCHOOLS USEFUL PRODUCTS. 

any two courses of lectures specially designed for honor candidates for two of the courses 
above set down for study in the third sessions. 

Bachelors in Arts are required to undergo a further University examination before being 
admitted to the degree of Master of Arts. 

Number and Religious Denominations of the Students attending the Queen's College, 
Cork, Session, 1872-3, who matriculated : Church of Ireland, 119 ; Roman Catholics, 98 ; 
General Assembly Presbyterians, 8 ; other Denominations, 7 ; Non-matriculated, 20 ; 
Total, 252. 

There are three Deans of Residence to the College Episcopalian, Presbyterian, and 
Wesleyan Methodist. 

Roman Catholic University. In accordance with a resolution of the Roman Catholic 
Prelates, at their meeting in October, 1873, a considerable number of Roman Catholic 
Colleges throughout Ireland have been affiliated to this university, and their students 
admitted to certain of its privileges, amongst which are : the College of St Colman, Fermoy, 
with 30 day pupils and 100 boarders, of whom 20 are ecclesiastical students ; and St. 
Vincent's Diocesan Seminary, St. Patrick's Hill, Cork, under the Vincentian Fathers, 
an excellent and well attended school. 

Endowed Schools. The Act 53 Geo. Ill placed the Endowed Schools under the 
Commissioners of Education. Those in this County are as follows : Bandon, Kinsale 
(founded 1753), Youghal Grammar School (1613), and Midleton College (1696). Students 
from the Midleton school are entitled to two exhibitions, after examinination, at Trinity 
College, Dublin ; one of ,30 and one of 20 per annum. 

National Schools. In 1831, grants of public money were made for the education of 
the poor, and entrusted, under the Lprd Lieutenant, to the Commissioners of National 
Education. In 1845, tne Commissioners were incorporated, under the title of "The 
Commissioners of National Education in Ireland," and adequate powers conferred on 
them. The principles on which they act are : that the schools shall be open to Christians 
of all sects ; that no pupil shall be required to attend any religious exercise, or to receive 
any religious instruction, which the parents or guardians do not approve of ; and that 
sufficient opportunity shall be given to the pupils of each religious persuasion to receive 
separately, at appointed times, such religious instruction as their parents, or guardians 
think proper. 

A tabular summary of the various Educational Establishments of the county will be 
found on page 7, Table viii. 

Reformatory School. St. Patrick's, Upton ; under the care of Brothers of the Order of 
Charity. 

Industrial Schools (under 31 Vic., cap. 25). Roman Catholic Males Greenmount 
(Presentation Brothers) ; Females Clonakilty (Sisters of Merqy of the Sacred Heart), 
Kinsale (Presentation Convent), and Sunday's well, Cork (Sisters of the Good Shepherd). 
Protestant Males Boys' Home, Blackrock, and St. Nicholas, Cork; Females Glen- 
brook and Training Home, Cork. 

Useful Products (Minerals, Coal, etc.) 

Coal. Kanturk (Dromagh. and Lisnacon colleries), Charleville, Buttevant, and neigh- 
bourhood of Kingwilliamstown. Culm. Gneeves and Baljyclough. 

C0//Vr Berehaven Mines (Allihies) ; in the neighbourhood of Bantry, Glengarriff, 
Dunmanway, Ballydehob, Schull, Crookhaven (with silver-bearing lead), Castletownsend 
(with lead and antimony), Rosscarbery (with manganese), Clonakilty (with lead), Rath- 
peacon, Youghal, and Millstreet. Sulphate of barytes occur near Schull, Rosscarbery, 
Bantry, and Clonakilty, 

Lead. In the neighbourhood of Bantry, Leap (with iron), Minane Bridge, Carrigaline, 
Ringabella Bay, and Carrigtwohill. 

Iron. This metal has been extensively worked in former times, at Coomhola (Bantry 
Bay), Aghadown, Roaring water, Dundaniel, etc. 

Manganese. To be obtained at Rosscarbery, Leap, Castleventry, and Nohoval. 

Marble. Near Churchtown and Doneraile (black), Mitchelstown (well marked), Castle 
Hyde (shaded with fossils), Ballyclough (black, red, and variegated), near Cork (black, 
white, grey, aad mottled), Little Island (reddish and variegated), Castlemartyr (grey), 
Carrigaline (grey), Kilcrea, etc. 

Ochre. In the neighbourhood of Fermoy and Buttevant. 

Slates (for roofing, etc). In the neighbourhood of Bandon, Carrickbue, Cappagh, Inis- 
herkin (near Cape Clear), Dromdaleague and Curraghlickey (Dunmanway), Glandore, 
Rosscarbery, Galley head, Clonakilty, Timoieague, Kinsale, Nohoval Ringabella Bay. 

Dolomite, or Magnesian Limestone. In the neighbourhood of Cork, Kinsale, Mallow. 



[451 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



SUMMARY OF PARISHES. 


[Arranged under the Baronies in which they are situated.] 


For a Tabular Summary of the Acreage, Valuation, and -Population of each Barony, see p. 4. Table iv. 


For a Proclamation altering the Boundaries of several Baronies, see pp. 32 and 33. 


Ban try 


Kilnagross page 85 


Kilworth page 87 


Cahcrduggan. /. 55 


Durrus p a gf 67 


Rathclarin . 95 


Knockmourne . 88 


Carrigdownane. 55 


Kilmocomoge . 82 


Ringrone . 96 


Leitrim . 89 


Carrigieamleary 56 




Templebryan . 100 


Lismore and 


Castletownroche 57 


Barretts 
Donaghmore . 64 


Templequinlan. 101 
Templetrine .101 


Macollop . oo 
Litter . 90 


Cienor 58 
Derryvillane 63 


Garrycloyne . 69 


Timoleague .102 


Macroncy . 90 


Donerai-le 64 


Grenagh . 7 


. 


Marshalstown . 91 


Dunmahon 67 


Mourneabbey . 93 


East Carbery, W.D 


Templeiriolaga. 100 


Farahy 68 


Whitechurch . 103 


Castleventry . 58 




Glanworth 69 




Drinagh . 65 


Cork- 


Iinphrick 7 


Barrymore 


Fanlobbus . 68 


Ballinaboy . 49 


Kilcrumper 76 


Arglnageehy . 49 


Inchigeela . 71 


Carrigaline . 55 


Kikummer 77 


Ballycurrany . 5 


Kilfaughnabeg. 77 


Carrigrohane . 56 


Kildorrery 77 


Ballydeloher . 50 


KiLkerranmore. 78 


Currykippane . 63 


Kilguliane 77 


Ballyspillane . 53 


KiLmacabea . 79 


Dunbulloge . 67 


Killathy 79 


Brit way . 54 


Kilnieen . 81 


Inishkenny . 7 2 


Kileenemer 79 


Cajierlag . 55 


Kilmichael . 8 1 


Kilcully . 77 


Kilquane 86 


Carrigtohill . 56 


Kilmocomoge . 82 


Killanully . 79 


Litter 90 


Castlelyons . 57 


Kinneigh . 87 


Eilnaglory . 85 


Mallow 91 


Clonmel . 60 


Murragh . 93 


Rathcooney . 95 


Monanimy 93 


Clonmult . 60 

/~\ 1 y- 


Rathbarry . 94 


St.An.Shandon 97 


Mourneabbey 93 


Coole . 62 


Ross . 97 


St.' Finbar . 97 


Rahan 94 


Dunbulloge . 66 




St. M. Shandon 98 


St. Nathlash 98 


Dungourney . 67 
Gortroe . 69 


Wesj: Carbery, E.D 

Abbeystrowry . 46 


St.. Michael . 98 
St. Nicholas . 98 


Templeroan 101 
Wallstown 103 


Inchinabacky . 72 


Aghadown . 47 


Whitechurch . 103 




Killaspugmul- 


Caheragh . 54 






lane . 79 


Castlehaven . 56 


Courceys 


[bane and Barryroe 


Kilquane .. 86 


Clear Island . 58 


Kilroan . 86 


Abbeymahon . 46 


Kilshanahan . 86 


Creagh . 62 


Ringrone . 96 


Ardfield . 49 


Knockmourne . 88 


Drinagh . 65 


Templetrine .101 


Castleventry . 58 


Lisgoold . 89 
Little Island . 90 


Dromdaleague . 66 
Kilmacabea . 79 


Duhallow ^ 


Desert . 63 
Donaghmore . 46 


Mogeesha . 93 


Myross . 94 


Ballyclough . -50 


Island . 73 


Rathcormac . 95 


Tullagh . 102 


Castlemagner . 57 


Kilgarriff . 77 


St. Michael's . 98 




Churchtown . 58 


Kilkerranmore. 78 


Templebodan .100 


WestCarbery.W.D 


Clonfert . 59 


Kilnieen . 80 


Templenacarigaioo 


Caheragh . 54 


Clonmeen . 60 


Kilsillagh . 87 


Templerobin .101 


Durrus . 67 


Cullen . 62 


Lislee . 89 


Templeusque .101 


Kilcoe . 75 


Drishane . 65 


Rathbarry . 94 


Whitechurch .103 


Kilcrohane . 76 


Dromtariff . 66 


Ross . 97 




Kilmocomoge . 82 


Kilbrin . 73 


Templeomalus . 101 


Bear 


Kilmoe . 84 


Kilcorcoran . 75 


Templequinlan. IOI 


Kilcaskan . 74 


Skull . 99 


Kilnieen . 8l 


Timoleague . 102 


Kilcatherine . 75 




Kilroe . 86 




Kilaconenagh . 78 


Condons and C Ion- 


Kilshannig . 86 


Imckiliy 


Kilnamanagh . 85 


gibbons 


Knocktemple . 88 


Aghada . 47 




Aghacross 47 


Mallow . 91 


Ardagh . 48 


East Carbery, E. D. 


Brigown 53 


Nohavaldaly . 94 


Ballintemple . 50 


Ballinadee . 50 


Castlelyons 57 


Roskeen . 96 


Ballyoughtera . 53 


Ballymodan . 51 


Clondulane 59 


Subulter .100 


Bohillane . 53 


Ballymoney . 52 


Derryvillane 63 


Tully lease . 102 


Clonmult . 60 


Brinny . 53 


Dunmahon 67 




Clonpriest . 60 


Desert . 63 


Farrahy 68 


Fermoy 


Cloyne . 61 


Desertserges . 63 


Fermoy 69 


Ardskeagh . 49 


Corkbeg . 62 


Innishannon . 72 


Glanworth 69 


Ballydeloughy . 5 1 


Dangandonovan 63 


Island . 73 


Kilcrumper 76 


Ballyhay . 51 


Dungourney . 67 


Kilbrittain . 74 


Kildorrery 77 


Ballyhooly . 51 


Garranekinne- 


Kilgarriff . 77 


Kilgullane 77 


Bridgetown . 53 


feake . 69 


Kilmalooda . So 


Kirphelan 86 







4 6 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Imokilly contd. 


Cullen page 63 


Kinsale page 88 


Ballyvourney /. 52 


Garr)-voe pa^e 69 


Dunderrow . 67 


Ringcurran . 96 


Clondrohid . 58 


Ightermurragh. 70 


Innishannon . 72 


Ringrone . 96 


Drishane . 65 


Inch . 71 


Kiimonoge . 84 


Tisaxon .192 


Dunisky . 67 


Kilcredan . . 76 


Kilpatrick . 86 




Inchigeela . 71 


Killegh . 79 


Kinure . 88 


Muskery, East 


Kilcorney . 76 


Kilmacdonagh . 80 


Knockavilly . 88 


Aghabulloge . 47 


Kilmichael . 81 


Kilmahon . 80 


Leighmoney . 89 


Aghinagh . 46 


Kilmurry . 84 


Midleton . 02 

1 r 'i 


Nohaval . 94 


Aglish . 48 


Kilnamartery . 85 


Mogeely . 92 


Ringcurran . 96 


Athnowen . 49 


Macloneigh . 90 


Mogeesha . 93 


Templemichael loo 


Ballinaboy . 49 


Macroom . 90 


Rostellan . 97 


Tracton . 102 


Cannaway . 55 




Titeskin . 102 
Trabolgan .102 
Youghal .163 


Kinalmeaky 
Ballymodan . 51 
Brinnv ci 


Carrigrohane . 56 
Carrigrohanebeg 56 
Corbally . 62 


Orrery & Kilmore 

Aglishdrinagh . 48 
Ballyclougb . 50 


Kerrycurrihy 
Ballinaboy . 49 
Barnahely . 52 
Carrigaline . 55 
Killanully . 79 
Kilmoney . 84. 


y JJ 

Desertserges . 63 
Kilbrogan . 74 
Killowen . 79 
Murragh . 93 
Templemartin . 100 


Desertmore . 63 
Donaghmore . 64 
Dunderrow . 67 
Garrycloyne . 69 
Grenagh . 70 
Inniscarra . 72 


Ballyhay . 51 
Bregoge . 53 
Buttevant . 54 
Churchtown . 58 
Cooliney . 62 
Corcomohide . 62 


Kilpatrick . 86 
Liscleary . 89 
Marmullane ' . 91 
Monkstown . 93 
Templebreedy . too 

Kinalea 
Ballinaboy . 49 


innattallcon 
Aghern . 48 
Ballynoe . 52 
Britway . 54 
Clonmult . 60 
Knockmourne . 88 
Mogeely . 92 


Inishkenny , 72 
Kilbonane . 73 
Kilmurry . 84 
Kilnaglory . 85 
Knockavilly . 88 
Magourney .91 
Matehy . 91 
Moviddy . 93 


Dromdowney . 66 
Hackmys . 70 
Imphrick . 7 
Kilbolane . 73 
Kilbroney , 74 
Kilgrogan . 77 
Kilmaclenine . 80 
Laekeen . 88 


Ballyfeard . 51 


Cinsale 


St. Finbars , 97 


Liscarroll . 89 


Ballyfoyle . 51 


Ballymartle .51 


St. Nicholas . 98 


Rathgoggan . 95 


Bally martle . 51 


Clontead . 61 




Shan drum . 98 


Brinny . 53 


Dunderrow . 67 


Muskery, West 


Tullylease .102 


Carrigaline . 55 


Kilroan . 86 


Ballinadee . 50 





TOWNLAND VALUATION COUNTY CORK. 

TOGETHER WITH THE AREA AND POPULATION OF EACH TOWNLAND AND PARISH. 

[ ll^ For Alphabetical List of Townlands, etc, see end of County Towns.] 

NOTE. The following Valuation is made in pursuance of the Acts 15 & 16 Vic., c. 63, and 17 Vic. c. 8, 
for the uniform valuation of Lands and Tenements in Ireland. See pp. 30, 34 of this work. 



Abbeymahon Ibane and Barryroe (w.&.) Tot. Area, 448ia. 3r. 3p. Val. 29887. 5*. 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area.. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. 

1871. 


Val. 1874. 
* 


Abbeymahon 


526 O 21 


208 


325 


Currahevern, West 


164 3 15 


3 


IOO IO 


Aghafore 


307 I 14 


59 


135 15 


Currahy 


192 o 34 


60 


153 1 


Aghmanister and 








Garrane 


296 2 12 


73 


174 15 


Spttal 


153 I 7 


42 


169 o 


Grange Beg ... 


264 I 13 


91 


149 15 


Ardgehane 


448 I 4 


215 


338 15 


Grange More 


53 3 4 


149 


2 93 5 


Creggane 


310 o 38 


IOI 


226 15 


Lehenagh 


479 3 39 


276 


329 o 


Currahevern, East. 


233 o 23 


54 


134 


Lislevane 


000 I 28 


272 


467 5 


Abbeystrowry Carbery West, E.D. (W.R.) Tot. Area, 9374a. or. 2gp. Val. 56867. gs. 


Abbeystrowry ... 


408 o 17 


96 


108 10 


Derreendangan ... 212 317 


48 


108 o 


Barnagowlane ... 


151 I 23 


19 


47 5 


Derrygool ... 114 2 36 


17 


32 15 


Bawnagollopy ... 


134 * 4 


1 6 


57 IS 


Derrylugga ... 524 2 2 


66 


91 10 


Carrigladda,pt. (6) 


183 i 31 


24 


210 


Drishanebeg ... 336 I 9 


92 


146 15 


Cloghboola 


H3 3 6 


24 


50 o 


Drummig ... 473 3 3 


103 


148 o 


Coolnagarrane . . . 


310 3 16 


"493 


172 IS 


Farranagilla ... : 6 1 3 33 


27 


27 10 


Coomnageehy . . . 


75 o 19 


15 


20 5 


Gortnamucklagh . 332 o 19 


47 


1 88 o 


Coronea, pt of (&} 


162 O 12 


61 1869 4 


Inchinagotagh ... 303 2 26 


56| 76 o 


Curragh 


296 i 39 


43 157 5 


Kilnaclasha ... 560 o 37 


107 


212 15 


Deelish 


70 2 27 


48 52 15 


Lahertidaly ... 138 3 6' 2& 90 5 



(a) Including the inmates of Skibbereen Workhou*e. 

(b~. The remainder of this townland is in the township of. Skibbereen. 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



47 



Abbeystrowry continued. 





Area. 


Pop. 


Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. 


Val. 1874. 




A. E. P. 


1871. 


* 




A. B. P. 


1871. 


s. 


Lisheenapingina . 


92 o 36 


23 


43 5 


Milleenahorna ... 


195 3 23 


44 


68 10 


Lissalohorig 


419 2 25 


III 


150 10 


Rea 


266 o 16 


3<> 


97 10 


Lissanoohig 


3H o 15 


62 


154 


Reencorreen 


347 o 13 


43 


65 10 


Lurriga 


165 o 9 


36 


224 5 


Russagh 


431 o 22 


73 


212 10 


Mallavonea 


26 I 14 


5 


8 5 


Skeagh 


552 2 2 


1 10 


I2 4 5 


Marsh 


(a) 


(*) 


168 5 


Tooreennasillane . 


166 3 34 


36 


54 5 


Maulbrack 


450 2 39 


90 


327 5 


Two Islands in the 








Milleenawillin , . . 


219 2 28 


34 49 15 


River lien 


3 22 


o 5 


(a) Included in Skibbereen township. 


Aghabulloge Muskery East (W.R.) Total Area, i8,733a. ir. 2ip. Val. 6i37/. 


Aghavrin . . 


667 I II 


220 


455 o 


Kilberrihert 


942 i 16 


140 304 10 


Annagannihy 


2326 2 14 


179 


182 5 


Knockglass 


290 i 37 


48 67 15 


Aughinida 


254 2 37 


28 


129 15 


Knocknagoun 


1385 3 2 


205 293 10 


Caherbaroul 


426 o 25 


69 


107 5 


Knockrour 


937 i 13 


112 398 10 


Carrigthomas 


347 i 3 


43 


7 15 


Lacknahaghny .. 


369 i 39 


43 


44 o 


Clonavric 


313 3 39 


56 


71 10 


Laharankeal 


182 3 8 


9 


68 10 


Clonmoyle, East. . 


756 o 8 


159 


490 o 


Leadawillin 


455 2 7 


82 


184 15 


Clonmoyle, West . 


774 o 10 


187 


341 10 


Leckaneen 


147 o 20 


15 


71 10 


Coolineagh 


425 2 3 


70 


147 5 


Lyroe 


490 3 28 


38 


85 5 


Deelish 


34i o 15 


12 


180 10 


Mountrivers 


473 o 24 


63 


196 5 


Derryroe 


505 o 10 


49 


176 o 


Oughtihery 


1031 o 19 


70 


276 10 


Dooneens 


780 i 39 


98 


147 15 


Peake 


361 3 23 


961 271 15 


Dromatimore 


429 3 39 


144 


275 5 


Rusheen 


287 2 


49| 146 5 


Glenaglogh, North 


618 o 18 


90 


166 o 


Rylane 


1340 3 4 


238 460 o 


Glenaglogh, South 


667 I 36 


79 


177 15 


Woodfield 


213 o 19 


25 77 o 


Gortacroghig 


190 2 13 


6 


72 10 






1 



Aghacross Condons and Clongibbons (E.R.) 

Aghacross Townld. 355a. or. 23p. Pop. 60. Val. 3427 is. 

Aghada Imokilly (E.R.) Total Area, 24S8a. ir. 33p. Val. 3230^ 5^. 



Aghada 


488 21 


I0 3' 798 o Curragh 


123 2 15 


22 


IOO O 


Baliinbeg 


96 o 17 


9 


74 5 


Glenbradagh 


113 o ii 


17 


Si 10 


Ballincarroonig .. 


244 o 25 


51 


432 5 


Hermitage 


155 3 18 


49 


109 15 


Ballynafarsid 


I2O O 22 


83 


372 5 


Knockanemorney . 


227 2 II 


142 


35 15 


Ballynookery 


395 2 6 


112! 326 5 


Mosestown 


158 I 13 


35 


392 15 


Bally sovane 


84 2 2 


H 


64 10 


Peafield 


17 I 19 


9 


15 5 


Buckstown ... 234 o 13 


43 157 15 




Aghadown Carbery West, E. D. (W.R.) Total Area, 8,9523. ir. 6p. Val. 4.I99/. i$s. 


Aghadown 


211 3 28 


63 


134 


Knockeen 


160 i 38 


5i 


61 15 


Aidagh 


211 3 4 


66 


99 o 


Knocknamohal'gh 


91 2 15 


14 


3i 5 


Ardnagroghery ... 


9O 2 I 


J5 


63 o 


Knocknahara 


155 o 35 


40 


79 o 


Ardraly 


475 i 35 


204 


240 o 


Laheratanvally ... 


123 I 12 


35 


69 5 


Bawngare 


141 o 26 


19 


68 5 


Leighcloon 


207 o o 


61 


97 10 


Bigmarsh 


174 i 6 


105 


100 


Letterscanlan 


97 i 30 


35 


55 10 


Collatrum Beg . . . 


102 3 6 


67 


50 15 


Lisheen, Lower . . . 


61 3 4 


12 


33 15 


Collatrum More.. 


173 o 10 


36 


61 10 


Lisheen, Upper... 


187 o 35 


55 


77 10 


Cunnamore 


134 i 35 


72 


9i 5 


Lissaree 


137 o 24 


39 


54 5 


Curra Beg 


59 2 38 


13 


32 15 


Lough Marsh 


112 o 3 


i7 


92 5 


Drisheen 


239 O 12 


54 


118 15 


Lyre 


212 2 9 


20 


45 15 


Dromnacaheragh . 


108 3 8 


39 


73 10 


Mallavonea 


140 I 23 


34 


54 15 


Fasagh 


133 3 34 


44 


76 10 


Mohanagh 


675 2 O 


147 


258 o 


Foherlagh 


214 o 16 


39 


43 15 


Munnane 


2IO 2 6 


26 


57 10 


Glebe 


43 3 33 


18 


53 10 


Paddock 


194 I 15 


9 2 


134 


Glebe Marsh ... 


46 3 23 


6 


37 15 


Poulnacallee 


153 I 30 


23 


53 o 


Gneeves 


38 023 


ii 


21 IO 


Prohoness 


288 I 19 


98 


68 15 


Goleen Marsh ... 


69 2 12 


39 


44 5 


Rahine 


158 2 34 


3* 


50 o 


Gurteenroe 


128 i 37 


52| 53 5 


Reenmurragha . . . 


500 I 38 


114 


223 5 


Hollyhill 


357 3 7 


106 166 5 > Rossnagoose 


86 3 34 


26 


29 10 


Kilkilleen 


239 i 14 


115 139 o Toormore 


142 o 31 


13 


22 O 


Kilsarlaght 


282 3 6 


105 


131 15 Turkhead ... 88 o 17 


25 47 10 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Aghadown continued. 



Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. 


Val. 1874. 


Xownlands. 


Area. 


Pop. 


Val 1874. 




A. B. P. 


1871. 


* 




A. R. P. 


1871 


s. 


Whitehall 


142 2 6 


44 


"7 IS 


Inishleigh 


13 15 






Islands in Roaring 








Inish Beg 


370 o 37 


44 


192 15 


Water Bay : 








Inishodriscol, or 








Calf Island, East... 


77 i 34 


22 


37 o 


Hare 


380 3 31 


279 


186 10 


Coolim 


2 l6 






Skeam, East 


' 49 3 


20 


69 10 


Illaungawna 


8 o i 






Skeam, West 


3 3 9 


15 


6 5 


Illaunkearagh ... 


i 3 23 






Sixty-two others . 


12 i 17 






Aghern Kinnatalloon (E.R.) Total Area, 3,489a. or. I5p. Val. 24517. 15*. 


Aghern, East 


328 o 9 


noi 384 5 


Glentrasna 


284 2 14 37 


257 5 


Aghern West 


287 2 15 


88 10 


Glentrasna, North 


219 i i 


40 


!65 IS 


Ballylusky 


612 2 35 


IO2 346 IO 


Glentrasna, South 


220 3 30 


42 


120 15 


Ballymacsimon ... 


426 2 5 


49 356 o 


Knocknagapple .. 


293 2 36 


96 


40 o 


Garryantaggart ... 


312 2 12 


63 271 o 


Park 


119 I 29 


22 


219 15 


Garrycaheragh . . . 


383 2 29 


54! 202 *0 










Aghinagh Muskery East (W.R. ) Total Area, 94203. ir. op. Val. 4,I79/. 15^. 


Ballyvongane 


237 I 19 


52 


99 o 


Curraghanearla ... 


437 3 i 


58 


187 9 


Beheena 


255 o 35 


15 


73 o 


Curraghawaddra 


396 2 9 


36 


IOO IO 


Cappanagraun ... 


259 2 25 


571 104 10 


Dromacullen 


206 3 25 


24 


106 5 


Carrigadrohid 


559 i 25 


179 405 15 


Drombeg 


371 2 28 


27 


95 5 


Carriganish 


432 i 16 


55 


88 5 


Inchaleagh 


292 2 O 


66 


124 o 


Carrigathou 


224 2 22 


86 


130 -5 


Knockacroghera 


455 3 38 


66 


171 15 


Caum 


421 3 28 


103 


211 IO 


Knockeenacutten 


157 3 23 


12 


58 5 


Coolacareen 


195 i 35 


.65 


90 10 


Lack a vunaknick 


200 o 34 


48 


38 5 


Coolacoosane 


183 i ii 


3 


108 o 


Mashanaglass 


935 i o 


133 


544 o 


Coolalta 


213 i i 


5 


H3 o 


Rosnascalp 


215 i 17 


29 


128 10 


Coolgarriff 


490 3 4 


39 


134.15 


Shanakill 


461 2 29 


42 


158 10 


Coolkisha 


296 2 I 


52 


H9 5 


Shanavagha 


107 2 7 


21 


36 o 


Coolnagearagh ... 


223 o 37 


53 


174 10 


Ummera 


1117 3 10 


107 


59 o 


Aglish Muskery East (E.R.) Total Area, 6,77oa. 2r. 3Op. Val. 41507. lor/ 


^glish 


569 2 13 


123 


339 5 


Fergus 


407 3 37 


57 


239 o 


Ballineadig 


1034 21 


194 


597 10 


Knocknagoul 


492 2 8 


no 


293 10 


Cronody 


476 2 35 


80 


304 10 


Knockshanawee . . . 


611 i 7 


172 


327 10 


Currahaly 


1036 o 25 


222 


679 5 


Rooves Beg 


396 3 25 


114 


230 15 


Farran 


1072 I 30 


99 


700 10 


Rooves More 


612 i 15 


88 


364 15 


Farranavarra 


60 2 14 


70 


74 o 


, 


' 




Aglishdrinagh Orrery ard Kilmore (E.R.) Total Area, 33O9a. 31-. 4p. Val. 24517. 15*. 


Ardglass 


42 o 19 





33 5 


Cloonkeen 


406 i 31 19 


250 5 


Ballycoskery 


819 2 C 


130 


505 5 


Coolcaum 


406 o 33 38 


263 10 


Ballynadrideen ... 


642 I 13 


124 


608 10 


Fiddane 


244 2 i 


43 


186 10 


Ballynoran 


275 3 16 


70 


226 to 


Milltown 


80 o 14 




65 5 


Ballyroe 


392 2 37 34 


312 15 










Ardagh Imokilly (E.R.) Total Area, 788oa. or. 23p. Val. 3I2I/. 


Ballinteosig ... 815 I 36 


112 


224 o 


Carriganass 


211 2 6 83! 91 5 


Ballycolman ... 467 o 2 


71 


89 15 


Cornaveigh 


161 o 28 29 


139 15 


Ballydaheen ... 16 3 29 





14 o 


Drishane Beg ... 


168 o 13! 46 


86 15 


Ballydaniel ...H57 o 16 


195 


358 o 


Knocknagappagh . 


479 3 I9 ! 105 


180 5 


Ballyglavin 


272 O 21 


45! 138 o 


Meenoughter 


278 2 33 


38 


106 15 


Ballygrunna ... 170 3 27 


28 92 15 


Monabraher 


79 o.i 


26 


44 IS 


Ballyknock ... 165 I 20 


12 80 5 


Monavamoge 


393 o 8 


5 


127 10 


Ballymackibbot ...] 171 3 27 


46 97 5 


Mountuniacke . . . 


35 i 4 


7 


27 10 


Ballynahelia 


94 i 27 


5 46 5 


Parkmountain ... 


71 2 13 


13 


24 5 


Ballyneague 


222 O 25 


19 108 o 


Rath 


386 3 33 


54 


175 15 


Bamaviddane ... 261 02 69 129 15 


Youghal Park . . . 


526 i 10 


93 


355 o 


Breeda ...1274 0.23 73 328 10 











PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Ardfield Ibane and Barryroe (W.R.) -Total Area, 2,645a. or. 2ip. Val. I79I/. los. 



Towulands. 


Area. 

A. R. f. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Val. 1874. 
s- 


Townlands. 


Area. | Pop. Val. 1874. 
A. R. P. 1871.1 * 


Ahagilla 


no 3 4 


17 


45 5 


Duneen 


22 2 29' 8 ( 1 8 10 


Baliyva 


210 2 15 


41 


169 10 


Dunnycove 


121 i i4J ii7| 149' o 


Bakeenbrack 


58 o 4 


9 


47 5 


Dunowen 


559 o 10 249 433 5 


Brittas 


II 2 30 




7 o 


Farran 


9 39| 90 81 o 


Brownstown 


246 3 20 


4 


184 15 


Garrymore 


65 o 2j 12! 34 5 


Caher 


135 2 17 


3 1 


54 15 


Greenanes 


15 i 251 4 14 5 


Carhoo 


32 12 


7 


16 15 


Little-island 


48 3 21 ' 19 46 o 


Clooncunnig 


116 3 14 


3 


63 o 


Moneennamucky. -. 


ioi 3 4' 7 43 10 


Corrabally 


130 2 28 


3i 


5i i9 


MountainCommon 


324 o 29! 296 144 10 


Creboy 


28 o 8 


7 


17 o 


Muckross 


99 3 9 41' 107 5 


Dairies 


3 i 3 


H 


3 15 


Pallas 


105 3 251 34 59 10 


Ardnageehy Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, i6,334a. 2r. 329. Val. 4688^ ior. 


Ardarou 


369 2 7 


]8 


52 o 


Killeagh 


631 o 16 


33 60 o 


Ardnageehy, East 


698 3 30 


74 


220 10 


Killuntin, North . 


381 3 o 


38; 171 15 


Ardnageehy, West 


477 3 13 


So 


206 5 


Killuntin, South . 


333 o 6 


60 76 10 


Ballinlegane 


631 2 24 


48 


380 5 


Knockaunlour ... 


545 * 3i 


7Q 1 125 15 


Bunaglaua 


247 o 29 


60 


329 o 


Knockdoorty 


35 8 2 2 


4 j 4 15 


Bishop's Island ... 


587 2 3 


49 


324 5 


Knoppoge 


328 2 27 


57! 37 10 


Bridestown 


905 o 8 


164 


30 15 


Lackendarragh M. 


213 3 5 


26| 39 o 


Carrig 


325 2 31 


49 


35 5 


Lachendarragh N. 


1445 2 24 


68 122 15 


Chimney field 


141 o 8 


16 


22 


Lackendarragh S. 


364 I 16 


68| 131 '5 


Commons 


389 3 4 


42 


4 15 


Lyravarrig 


495 3 14 


54j 97 15 


Corbally 


435 o 26 


24 


195 10 


Meenane 


559 o o 


34; 289 15 


Glannasack 


485 o 20 


22 


88 o 


Moneygorm 


653 o 33 


46; 57 10 


Glenville 


941 I 2 


89 


649 5 


Mullenaboree ... 


883 I 22 


42; 135 15 


Graigue, East ... 


192 o 34 


27 


105 5 


Tinageragh ... 


468 2 16 


27| 220 5 


Graigue, West ... 


969 2 2O 


2CO 


308 10 


Toorgarriff 


644 034 


431 ioi *5 


Inchinanagh 


230 3 7 


65 


47 10 






I 



Ardskeagh Fermoy (E.R.) Total Area, 19283. 2r. 24p. Val. 11152. ioj. 

Ardskeagh ...i 210 i 381 21 232 5|Garrane ... 1211 o o! 531 404 15 

Ballylopen ...] 210 2 24! 33 214 5 1 Rathglassane ... 296 2 2! 24! 264 5 

Athnowen Muskery East (E.R.) Total Area, 4,8373. 3r. ip. Val. 3,770*. i$s. 



Barnagore 


201 o 9 


Q1 


213 15 


Grange 


647 3 37 


103 


648 15 


Carrigane 


35 i 14 




29 5 


Knockanemore ... 


962 3 22 


332 


926 o 


Castleinch 


372 O 22 


95 


233 o 


Lackenareague ... 


189 I 31 


40 


105 10 


Clashanure 


574 o 23 


42 


438 10 


Lisheens 


III 2 


58 


154 5 


Classes 


149 o 31 


29 


193 5 


Mullaghroe 


204 3 2 


40 


124 o 


Curraghbeg ...'1078 I 1-2 


191 


528 15 


Walshestown 


303 3 38 


61 


175 15 


Ballinaboy Baronies (E.R.) Cork area 6493. 2r. 3ip., val. 471^. 5-r. ; Kerrycurrihy 


area 28343. Ir. 22p., val. 1775^. > Kin3le3 area 29603. 2r. 6p., val. 2144*. 15^. ; 


Muskerry East area 15273. 3r. 3Op., val. 1368^. iar. 


Cork. 








Kinalea. 








Ballincrannig 


363 2 25 


38 


208 10 


Ballinaboy 


i 149 i 8 


134 


826 5 


Ballintannig 


203 o 24 


H 


1 2O IO 


Ballyheedy 


263 3 6 


69 297 o 


Knocknalyre 


82 3 22 


10 


142 5 


Bally nabearna ... 


533 i 23 


72 


358 o 


Kerrycurrihy. 








Knocklucy 


405 i i 


49 


293 IS 


Adamstown 


436 I 6 


97 


248 15 


Lisfehill 


302 2 21 


4* 


135 10 


Ballynagrumoollia 


424 3 21 




191 o 


Raheen 


73 o 19 


26 


47 10 


Ballynoe 


204 2 31 


16 


08 5 


Rathroe 


151 o 27 


ii 


iro 10 


Kingsiand 


117 i 23 14' 61 15 


Stookeen 


81 3 21 


15 


76 5 


Liskillea 


444 o 23 


3i 


384 5 


Muskery, East 








Rearour and Bar 








Ballyhooleen 


614 2 7 


170' 465 5 


rettshill 


608 i ii 


49 384 o 


Gogganshill 


913 i 23! 134 903 5 


Tullig Beg 


150 3 27! 21 100 o 






TVlir, More 


47 3 ' M7 


37 5 







PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Ballinadce Carbery East, E,D. and-Muskery West (W.R.) Area, 7637. or. 35p. Val. 
4\66l. i$s. Exclusive of the area and valuation of the Townland of Kilbarry in 
Muskery West. 



. Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Val. 1874. 
i. 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Val. 1874. 

fj "* 


Ballinadee 


329 6 


63 


377 5 


Knocknagappul . . . 


507 * 36 


59 


260 10 


Bally volane 


333 * J 7 


35 


175 5 


Ratharoon, East . 


810 i 28 


106 


36 5 


Cloghane 


488 o 17 


64 


235 o 


Ratharoon, West . 


383 2 22 


24 


176 15 


Cloncousc 


241 I 24 


40 


149 o 


Rathdrought 


1242 o 30 


158 


5^7 15 


Kildarra 


463 o 29 


84 


283 o 


Rock house 


82 2 19 


14 


90 10 


Kilgobbin 


1263 o 37 


196 


608 15 


Tullyland 


506 2 14 


57 


277 o 


KiHaneetig 


342 3 32 


43 


155 o 


Th.ee Ishnds in 








Kilmacsimon 


219 o 35 


101 


178 o 


Baudon River . 


I I 24 




o 5 


Knbcknacurra ... 


422 I 15 


62 


251 10 


Kilbarry 


697 I 2O 


63 


459 5 


* 


Ballintemple Imokilly (E.R.) Area, 2,659a. 3r. lop. Val. 1997^. 15*. 


Ballinvoher 


23 3 28 


9 


'8 5 


Ballywilliam 


363 3 6 


97 


262 5 


Ballyandreen ... 


74 o 33 


49 


75 10 


Carrigkilter 


155 i 7 


25 


132 5 


Ballycatoo 


266 i 34 


64 


186 15 


Churchtown 


46 i 34 


43 


39 5 


Bally landers 


322 i ii 


153 


236 10 


Glebe 


IO 2 15 





IO IO 


Ballymacotter ... 


260 3 27 


44 


158 10 


Kilderrig 


207 I 19 


46 


166 15 


Ballyrobin, North. 


82 3 14 


5 


43 10 


May town 


372 O 22 


85 


257 13 


Ballyrobin, South. 


361 3 15 


157 


319 10 


Tullagh 


III 2 25 


21 


90 15 



Ballyclogh Baronies (E.R.) Duhallow area 4635^ 3r. 33p., val. 3122?.; Orrery and 
Kilmore area 50743. 3r. 6p., val. 3603 J. i$s. 



Duhallow. 








Orrery & Kilmore 






Ballinookery 


204 o 25 


36 


133 o 


Ballyclogh 


302 I 32 





424 5 


Ballynafeaha 


167 o 32 


3 Hi 15 


Ballycushen 


190 3 29 


22 


133 10 


Ballythomas 


197 2 15 


35 


143 


Ballykitt 


219 i 12 


3 2 


146 5 


Coolnamagh 


156 o 9 


17 


90 10 


Ballinaltig 


205 o 13 


IO 


148 5 


Curraghcreen 


181 i 25 


14 


95 15 


Blossomfort 


5o8 3 5 


76 


305 o 


Dromrastill 


238 i 30 


3i 


149 o 


Croughta 


614 i 35 


i5 


391 o 


Gearanaskagh ... 


280 3 17 


48 


217 10 


Curraghalehane ... 


132 2 8 


30 


64 5 


Gortbofinna 


255 3 20 


34 


149 10 


Derry organ 


286 i ii 


36 


209 5 


Gortnagross 


962 3 29 


144 


672 o 


Garryduff 


390 I 2 


45 


252 10 


Kilcranathan 


409 i 9 


47 


258 5 


Kilpatrick 


290 o 32 


25 


189 5 


Kilgobbin 


152 3 10 


42 


114 10 


Lisleagh 


403 2 15 


38 


323 5 


Kilmichael 


125 3 19 


46 


88 5 


Mount, North ... 


535 2 23 


53 


3 2 9 15 


Kilroe 


248 i 4 


17 


157 10 


Rathnee 


178 i 37 


44 


143 10 


Longueville 


317 o 7 


39 


259 o 


Scart 


595 3 36 


109 


4i5 15 


Moanroe 


202 i 38 


17 


96 o 


Tullacondra 


220 2 36 


'7 


128 o 


Rosnagussane ... 


124 3 14 


38 


75 15 










Ruanes 


133 3 6 


28 


84 5 










Woodpark 


277 o 4 


30 


169 10 











Ballycurrany Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, 3939a. or. lip. Val. 1780*. 



Ballycurrany, E. . . . 


175 o 5 24 


135 


Ballyvatta 


575 i 31 


53 


165 5 


Ballycurrany, W . . . 


244 o 20 


36 


180 5 


Clash, East 


49 2 10 


ii 


26 o 


Ballynabrannagh 








Clash, West 


27 2 6 


13 


19 10 


East 


225 o 24 


6 


in 15 


Condonstown 


71 O 12 


6 


30 10 


Ballynabrannagh 








Dooneen 


185 I 17 


'7 


88 10 


West 


89 i 30 


6 


29 15 


Killeagh 


147 i o 


IO 


82 10 


Ballynaclashy ... 


406 3 33 


76 


263 o 


Knockakeen 


388 I 31 


58 


183 15 


Ballynaglogh 


164 3 28 


25 


74 o 


Lemlara 


278 3 22 


47 


171 ro 


Ballynakilla 


509 o 5 


96 


152 5 


Moanbaun 


400 3 18 


43 


66 10 



Ballydeloher Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, 2ioia. ir. 2Op. Val. 2043?. 

Brookville ...i 117 

Butlerstown, Great) 245 

Butlerstown Little 124 

Calehane .. 135 

Corbally, North... 69 

Corbally, South... 1 155 



Ballyvisteale 
Ballyvisteale De- 
mesne 
Blossomgrove 
Brookhill 
Brooklodge 


250 

55 
409 
60 
475 


3 34 39 

2 22 l8 

o 37 59 
3 35 3 
3 18 289 


254 5 

73 5 
280 10 
40 10 
563 5 



2 13 


33| 


141 





3 23 


4 6J 


267 





i i 

3 27 


, 


84 
103 


10 



2 21 


5| 


95 


15 


I 29' 23! 


139 


10 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 
Ballydeloughy Fermoy (E.R.) 19993. 31-. I4p. Val. 1563^. 5-f 



Townlands. 


Area. 

A. H. P. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. K. P. 


Pop. 

1871. 


Val. 1874. 
t. 


Ballindangan 


662 3 13 


20 1 


515 5 


Commons 


25 3 28 


15 


3 5 


Ballydeloughy ... 656 3 31 


172 


524 10 


Glenahulla 


365 ' 7 


73 


273 10 


Castleterry ... 288 3 15 


72! 246 15 










Ballyfeard Kinalea (E.R.) Total Area, 34613. 3r. 25p. Val. 1819^ 


Balliagarry, East.. 


338 o o 


54 


185 10 


Ballyhamsane 


262 2 9 


27 


135 


Ballingarry, Mdle. 


322 on 


107 


181 10 


Ballynoe 


195 o 20 


9 


45 o 


Ballingarry, West, 


408 i 31 


IO 


212 IO 


Fartha 


524 2 I 


69 


279 o 


Ballinluig, East ... 


233 i 8 


47 


154 5 


Kilboy 


l82 I 22 


25 


98 o 


Ballinluig, West... 


332 2 21 


70 


281 o 


Robertstown 


43 o 2 


29 


157 o 


Ballintrideen 


232 3 19 


55 


90 5 










Ballyfoyle Kinalea (E.R ) Total Area, 28853. 2r. 4p. Val. i&igl. 


Ballindeasig 


464 o i8 ; 72 225 13 


Killowen 


418 2 23 


137 


.238 5 


Ballinvologe 


220 o 30 28, 89 o 


Reagrove 


421 3 6 


180 


324 5 


Ballyfoyle 


382 3 15 18 234 15 


Reanieshouse 


189 2 3 


37 


89 5 


Bally vorane 


175 i 18; - 


72 o 


Ringroe 


180 i 18 


12 


85 15 


Britfieldstown ... 


432 2 33 213 


335 10 










Ballyhay Baronies (E.R.) Fermoy area 24383. ir. I5p., val. 2425*. IQJ. ; Orrery and 


Kilmore area 23973. 2r. 33p., val. 2"jl2l. $s. 


Fermoy. \ 






Orrery &> Kilmore 








Ballyhay 


221 3 32 


41 


239 15 


Broghill, North ... 


579 2 14 


68 


573 10 


Ballynaboola 


192 o 34 


29 


140 o 


Broghill, South ... 


195 2 20 


36 


221 IO 


Ballynaboola,Wst. 


257 3 23 


12 


168 15 


Castleharrison . . . 


239 2 4 


57 


33 15 


Cooleen 


328 o 17 


88 


381 o 


Coarliss 


7i 3 6 


9 


156 o 


Newtown 


520 3 39 


66 


525 15 


Farran 


102 O 8 


9 


102 5 


Pruntus 


481 o 25 


85 


7" 5 


Kiltoohig 


357 i 12 


5 


289 15 


Sorrel 


436 o 5 


40 


2 59 o 


Knock3rd3mrum. . 


310 2 33 


8 


260 10 










Rathmorgsn 


541 o 16 


75 


805 o 


Ballyhooly Fermoy (E.R,) Total Area, 52523. ^r. I3p. Val. 3462'. 5^. 


Ballyhooly, North 


585 I 21 


79 


627 o 


Conva 


714 i 26 


80 


855 o 


Ballyhooly, South 


1176 i 9 


160 


1085 15 


Gortroche 


1259 3 3i 


163 


364 5 


Castleblagh 


1516 3 6 


229 


530 5 








i 



Ballymartle Baronies (E.R.) Kinalea area 50673. 2r. 4p., val. 3243^. 5-r. ; Kinsale, 
4353. ir. 2ip., val. 2i8/. 



Kinalea. _ ^ 








Durah 


144 2 71 32 


42 5 


Arlinstown 


418 2 IO 


49 


33i o 


Fahanalooscane ... 


536 3 21 


Si 


395 5 


Ballindresrough ... 


76 2 I 


2 


36 15 


Farlistown 


35 o 9 





21 O 


Ballintober 


251 O 21 


42 


153 5 


Garravesoge 


327 o i 


62 


112 IO 


Ballymartle ..; 


317 o 32 


18 


180 10 


Knockane 


162 3 12 


ii 


58 10 


Ballynaloughy . . . 


371 I 26 


68 


383 15 


Mill-land 


57 2 21 


28 


48 15 


Bawnleigh 


365 o 13 


49 


201 O 


Mullagh 


213 3 16 


13 


87 o 


Coolkirky 


526 o 34 


66 


429 5 


Scart 


219 2 2 


44 


169 o 


Corruragh 


339 3 22 


71 


257 o 


Shanavally 


308 2 3 


39 


34 5 


Curra 


U3 * 1 9 


3 1 


65 5 


Kinsale. 








Dooneen, North... 


102 2 37 


6 


44 10 


Coolcarroon 


435 i 21 


55 


218 o 


Dooneen, South... 


149 2 17 


17 


92 10 









Ballymodan Baronies (W.R.) Carbery East, E.D. area 31143. or. i6p., val. 4657*. $s.; 
Kinalmeaky are3 49663. ir. 5p., val. 8677^. 5-f. 



E.D.E. Carbery. 








Corravreeda, E. . 


258 o 39 


34, 210 15 


Bally langley 


288 2 28 


65 


535 5 


Corravreeda, W. . 


169 i 17 


14! 96 o 


Carrigcannon 


59 o 31 


4 


38 15 


Cripplehill 


125 i 13 


16) 58 15 


Clashafree 


477 o 34 


IOI 


2 97 o 


Garran Beg 


170 i. 37 fdj 82 15 


Glogheenavodig, 








Knockanreagh ... 


139 3 12 


18 


144 15 


part oi(") 


44 2 14 


... 


236 15 


Lissaphooca 


513 o i6| 60 


3^3 i5 


Cloghmacsimon, 








Moanarone, pt. (<*) 


23 3 4 47 


657 15 


part of (") 


166 2 12! I2'i7o6 10 


Tullyland 


348 2l| 32 


278 10 



(a) The remainder of this townland is in the township of Bandon. 



52 PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 


Ballymodan contd. Barony of Kintialmeaky (W.R.) 


Townlandi. 


Area. Pop 


Val. 1874 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop 


Val 1874. 




A. tt. P. 1871 


i. 




A. R. r 


. 1871 


s. 


Castlebernard 


398 I 


5 7 


3 553 c 


Gurteen 


.256 13 


3 6< 


5 I8 4 S 


Clancool Beg 


536 o 3 


i 9 


^ 383 5 


Killountain 


. 483 3 i6i 4< 


? 390 


Clancool More .. 


. 374 i 20! 9 


3 495 10 


Knockaveale 


.563 12 


2 9 ! 


i 481 o 


Curravarahane . . 


-327 3i 


1 4 


'> 273 5 


Knocknagarrane 


461 3 i 


: 14^ 


\ 518 o 


Danganbeg 


.181 01 


i 3< 


3 71 15 


Meelon 


. 428 i I. 


> 5; 


1 201 IO 


Gaggan 


. 599 2 lit 9. 


>- 274 5 


Roundhill 


126 i 3: 


i 


218 10 


Gully, part of .. 


129 2 29) 2( 


> 4633 o 










Ballymoney Carbery East, E.D. (W.R.) Total Area, 73O9a. 3r. I7p. Val. 4II7/. 5*. 


Aidea ... 295 326 


99 o 


Gkm 


194 i : 


5S 


109 o 


Ballynacarriga ... 124 I ' 


6; 


; 68 15 


Grillagh 


3l6 2 C 


> 52 


155 5 


Buddrimeen ... 227 I 2; 




> 128 o 


Inchafune 


871 3 5 


212 


387 10 


Bunanumera ... 232 2 3' 


5< 


i 86 15 


Kilcaskan 


221 2 3? 


3 


155 


Carrigeen ... 210 2 \ 


34 


103 o Kilvinane 


199 o 13 


3c 


IO2 15 


Currabeg ... 173 I ic 


2/ 


84 10 


' Kilvurra 


356 3 35 




165 10 


Curraghcrowly, E . 327 3 3^ 


6i 


204 10 


Knockaneady 


393 2 it 


108 


300 15 


Curraghcrowly W. 242 o 38 


77 


148 10 


Phale, Lower ... 


287 o 24 


36 


207 5 


Derrigra 


177 2 4 


3S 


424 o 


Phale, Upper .. 


234 o 23 


60 


130 5 


Derrigra, West ... 


320 o 30 


26 


173 10 


Shanaway, Et. ,. 


386 i ii 


60 


183 10 


Edencurra 


516 I 25 


146 


274 15 


Shanaway, M. ... 


296 3 27 


68 


123 15 


Garranure 


436 3 21 


98 


1 80 ro 


Shanaway, W. ... 


266 O 12 


28 


121 O 


Ballynoe Kinnatalloon (E.R.) Total Area, 77i5a. 2r. 27p. Val. 3907^. 


Ballinlegane 


443 2 29 


82 222 O 


Garraneribbeen ... 


343 i ii 


33 


219 o 


Ballinscurloge ... 


633 o 24 


100 464 IO 


Glenreagh 


343 i 39 


40 


196 15 


Ballyknock 


405 3 21 


76 130 15 


Glentane 


274 o 20 


70 


81 10 


Ballyknock, North 


317 I 38 


53 163 5 


Killasseragh 


340 2 2 


38 


186 o 


Ballyknock, South 


600 3 28 


32 53 10 


Kilphillibeen 


535 2 5 


76 


298 o 


Ballymonteen 


482 i 14 


66j 282 o 


Knockakeo 


296 o 25 


13 


43 5 


Ballynattin 


373 i 7 


70 


225 5 


Longueville, North 


355 3 20 


76 


181 o 


Ballynoe 
Booladurragha, N. 


243 2 5 

289 i ii 


18 


289 10 
173 10 


Longueville, South 
Rathdrum 


271 2 23 

336 2 37 


29 
47 


152 o 
151 10 


Booladurragha, S. 


270 3 ii 


24 


171 10 


Shanaboola 


190 I 31 


10 


18 15 


Cullenagh 


367 i 16 


89 


203 10 










Ballyvourney Muskery West (W.R.) Total Area, 26,6o2a. 2r. 6p. Val. 4573*. 


Bally makeery ... 463 o 1 8 30^ 


272 10 j Gortnagross 


151 3 26 14 


38 15 


Bardinch ... 391 3 14 26 


18 14 Gortnascarty 


255 o o 35 


59 o 


Cahercarney 


88 2 28 


13 


33 10 


Gortnatubbrid ... 


513 2 18 155 


130 o 


Cappagh, East ... 


541 o 20 


47 


119 10 


Gortyrahilly 


1054 2 33 66 


93 15 


Cappagh, West . . . 


312 i 14 


60 


71 5 


Inchamore 


1635 2 29 106 


88 15 


Coolavoher 


165 3 23 20 


52 5 


Killeen 


156 3 13 32 


70 5 


Coolavokig 


923 2 8 206 


421 o 


Knockanure 


616 3-37 118 


243 15 


Coolea 


584 3 23 


136 


128 5 


Lumnagh Beg ... 


76 i 30 16 


28 10 


Coolierher 


238 3 28 




75 5 


Lumnagh More ... 


183 2 12 


12 


26 5 


Coolnacaheragh... 


308 o 24 


53 


112 5 


Milleeny 


1504 2 30 


137 


163 5 


Coomnaclohy 


1403 2 I 


86 


176 15 


Murnaghbeg 


28l I 24 


50 


69 5 


Coomnagire 


858 3 9 


40 


57 10 


Rahoonagh, East 


33i 3 ii 


57 


79 o 


Coumaclovane ... 


882 o 4 


27 


31 15 


Rahoonogh, West 


367 I 19 


53 


72 o 


Dangansallagh ... 


7o8 3 5 


129 


163 5 


Rath, East 


344 i 19 


23 


45 15 


Derree 


360 i 26 


28 


24 o 


Rath, West 


259 i 19 


3 2 


36 o 


Derreenaculling . . . 


467 2 39 


68 


60 10 


Reanabobul 


662 3 23 


2 3 


15 o 


Dereenaling 


[670 2 26 


144 


58 15 


S crahanagown . . . 


416 22 


30 


26 10 


Derrylahan 


645 3 4 


28 


36 10 


Shanacloon 


342 3 2 




142 15 


Derrynasaggart ... 


1812 o 15 


207 


205 15 


Slieveragh 


646 I 31 


242 


324 15 


Flats. 


141 2 4 


24 


85 5 


Togher 


171 o 36 


18 


36 10 


Fuhiry 


034 I 20 


53 


57 o 


Toonlane 


254 I 17 


21 


85 10 


Glebe 


63 o 25 


12 


42 5 


Ullanes, East ... 


35 6 3 12 


4 6 


75 15 


Gortanacra 


233 i 34 


44 


76 o 


Ullanes, West ... 


614 o 3 


73 


100 15 


Gortnafunshion ... 


103 r i 18 


42 5 








Baraehely Kerrycurrihy (E.R.) Total Area, ?94a. 3r. 2p. Val. 1638^. I5.r. 


Ballybricken 


53 o 30 12 

f, f \ ?. it r- Q 


146 I Loughbeg 


143 12 


1761 368 5 

,o| ,^ T0 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. . 53 


BallyspillaiiC Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, 2o88a. or. 37p. Val. 1305^. 


Town lands. 


Area. Pop. 

A. B. P. 1871. 


Val. 1874- 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. 

18/1. 


Val. 1874. 


Ballyspiliane, East 


325 o 17 34 


194 io 


Glenathonacash ... 


37 3 i 


27 


164 5 


Ballyspillane.Wcsl 


455 2 i 55 


328 o 


Gortocrue 


454 3 28 




328 io 


bamanhiliane 


78 o 30 7 


41 5 


Killeendooling ... 


195 i 32 


52 


106 o 


Elfordstown 


218 3 4 46 


118 io 


W3lshtownmore... 


52 2 4 




24 o 


Ballyoughtera Imokilly (E.R.) Total area, 4,5323. la. 36p. Val. 3706^. i$s. 


Attiquin 


75 o 24 9 


74 15 ; Glennageare, East! 270 i 6 87 196 I"? 


Ballintotis 


4?8 o 15 


78 


344 o Glennageare, West 


296 i 36 30 185 5 


Ballybraher 


84 3 2 


5 


104 5 Gortstoke 


190 i 29 


131 "9 o 


Ballynascarty 


477 i 2 


89 


342 io 


Gurteenina 


124 i 26 


61 64 o 


Caherultan 


122 2 30 


42 


96 o 


Kilbree 


252 2 34 


53 247 15 


Castlemartyr 


648 3 35 


58 


851 o 


Killuriga 


171 2 3 


38 109 o 


Curragrine 


140 o 38 


32 


127 5 


Kilmountain 


282 o 30 


331 266 5 


Dromaddamore ... 
Dromsarane 


195 o 35 
185 3 3 6 


39 

39 


167 IO Loughaderry 
97 io Meelshane 


189 2 25 

257 o 24 


33 

28 


137 io 
127 15 


Farrantrenchard. . . 


129 o 39 


20 


51 15 








Bohillane Imokilly (E.R.) Total Area, 10963. 2r. 39p. Val. 882^. 


Bohillane 


248 o 25 


39 


211 lOjRooskagh 


237 o 34 22: 245 5 


Garrananassig ... 


145 3 23 


26 


102 5 


Shanagarry 


27 o 36 





33 o 


Loughane 


287 3 29 


.79 


214 o 


Shanavagoon 


114 I 12 


23 76 o 


Bregoge Orrery and Kilmore (E.R.) Total Area, 13323. 3r. Val. 981?. i$s. 


Bregoge 


701 i 39 92 


537 5 


Dunbarry 


40 2 o 12 55 p 


Bauvaimgh 


153 * 36 


7 


48 15 


Tullig 


177 3 io, 17 


127 15 


Currymount 


259 i 35 


12 


H3 o 




1 




Bridgetown Fermoy (E.R.) Total Area, 32393. 2r. 3Op. Val. igig/. 5-r., 


Bridgetown, Lr. .. 


553 3 3 1 II2 565 o Glandonohoe ... 1227 3 34 66 56 15 


Bridgetown, Up... 


540 I 9 


177 580 15 


Grange 


357 i 3 9o 


211 10 


Clifford 


128 I 30 


36 


139 o 


Kilquane 


321 3 8 


78 


272 5 


Cloon 


109 3 35 


12 94 o 




Brigown Condons & Clongibbons (E. R. ) Total Area, 15212*1. ir. 2p. Val. IO388/. 15-r. 


Ardglare .-,239 I 3 


47 


115 o Garryleagh 


185 i 27 31! 113 o 


Ballinwillin 


138 3 32 


70 269 15 


Glenatlucky 


454 2 25 


66 119 5 


Bally beg 


248 2 36 


63 106 5 


Glenduff 


1132 2 26 230 


234 o 


Ballygiblin 


192 o 13 


31 108 o 


Gurteenaboul 


223 i 6 35 


I2 5 15 


Ballynabrock 


347 o 30 


61 174 10 


Kildrum 


411 07 28 


249 5 


Bally namona 


370 3 4 


III 221 O 


Killakane 


821 i 39 44 


209 io 


Brigown 


688 3 17 


733077 5 


Kilshanny 


377 23 


54 


249 15 


Carrigane 


799 2 16 


189 423 io 


Kiltrislane 


267 3 19 


50 


129 io 


Cloonlogh 


327 o 25 


136 242 io 


Knocknamuck ... 


259 2 27 


81 


118 15 


Coolnanave 


403 i 15 


63 390 io 


Mitchelstown ... 


840 o 5 


30 


95 9 


Coolyregan 


579 3 o 


149 356 15 


Parknakilla 


'Si 3 35 


23 


76 5 


Corracunna 


374 o 18 


103 232 o 


Pollardstown 


488 o 19 


80 


215 15 


Curraghvoe 


941 O 12 


191 


308 o 


Skeheen 


478 i 3 


89 


238 15 


Curraghmore 


523 3 17 


118 232 io 


Skeheen, Upper . 


1207 032 


146 


108 6 


Furrow 


425 r io 


85 161 io 


Stagpark 


306 o 18 


53 


246 15 


Garrane 


487 i 26' 115' 443 io 


Turbeagh ... 519 I 37 94 141 15 



Brinny Kinnalmeaky (W.R.) area 37073. or. 35p., val. 2394^. 5^. ; Kinnalea (E.R.) 
area 8833. or. 26p., val. 653^. ; Carbery East, E.D. (W.R.) area, 3083. or. I5p., 
val. 466^. 15-r. 
Kinnalmeaky. 
Castlenalact 
Finnis 
Kilmore 
Kilnagnady 
Kilpatrick 
Moneen 



Kinnalea. \ 






454 3 17 


80 


284 io 


Brinny .,-, 440 2 17 


1 06 


415 o 


642 i 9 


99i 39i 5 


Clashanimud ...! 442 2 9 


71 238 


692 3 18 


119 


419 io 






,' 


712 i 17 


"5 353 5 


E. Carbery, E.D. 






1103 o 9 


204 


904 io 


Rochfort ... 308 O 14 


78 


466 1 5 


ioi 3 5 


14 


41 5 





54 



PARISHES AND TOWNLAT^DS. 



Britway Barrymore and Kinnatalloon (E. R.) Area 367ba. 2r. op. Val. 1850^. $s. 
Exclusive of the area and valuation Rathrum in Kinnatalloon. 



Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Val. 1874. 

*. 


Townlands. 


Aita. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Val. 7*74. 


Ardra 


390 2 13 


44 


244 10 


Coolknedane, Nth. 


116 i 33 


15 


84 'o 


Ballaheen 


332 20 


26 


'59 5 


Coolknedane, Sth. 


67 i 18 


2 


'3 o 


Ballyard 


207 2 30 


44 


127 o 


Curraghdermot ... 


7'9 % 2 31 


48 


309 o 


Ballydaw 


55 o 32 


H 


22 15 


Knocknagare 


48 2 15 


4 


27 5 


Bally volane 


36l I 14 


46 


307 15 


Knocknaglohall . . . 


81 2 29 


5 


44 5 


Barrafohona 


967 I 2 


128 


345 10 


Knocknaskagh . . . 


83 3 25 


10 


IO 10 


Britway 


225 3 13 


29 


153 15 


Portavarrig 


12 3 5 





i 15 


Kinnatalloon Rathdrum, 339a. ir. up. Pop. 27. Val. J7-I/. 



Buttevant Orrery and Kilmore (E.R.) Total Area, 11,582 3r. 22p. Val. 104111. 



Ardaprior 


794 o 38 


93, 


322 10 


Gar ranen agee voge. 


227 o 27 15 143 15 


Ardskeagh 


382 o 29 


33 


196 10 


Grange, East 


513 i 4 83 616 o 


Bally Beg 


746 o 13 


107 


775 5 


Grange, (West . . 


425 20 46} 472 15 


Ballybeg, East ... 


4i7 * 3' 


48 


314 10 


Knockanare 


389 3 15 49 


291 15 


Ballybeg, Middle. 


493 3 39 


74 


243 10 


Knock barry 


330 o 23 74 


367 o 


Ballybeg, West ... 


438 2 35 


7i 


293 15 


Lackaroe 


155 .3 loj 72 142 15 


Boherascrub, East 


282 o 35 


46 


375.0 


Lackfrancis 


"3 3 35 


9 


80 I 5 


Boherascrub, West 


527 i 23 


69 


412 5 


Lisgriffin 


308 i 16 


52 


151 10 


Buttevant 


5 o 5 





632 10 


Pepperhill 


156 2 19 ii 129 5 


Castleland 


67 2 6 


33 


218 o 


Poulnareagha 


139 3 20 19, 71 5 


Clashnabuttry ... 


38 i i 


7 


188 5 


Rathclare 


443 o 39 48 575 10 


Copestown 


348 i 32 


78 


284 5 


Spital 


505 2 15 93 299 o 


Creggane 


278 3 o 71 


736 o 


Templemary 


754 i 7 


8i| 452 15 


Curraglass 


320 3 22{ 72 


153 o 


Tinniscart 


405 2 17 


79' 346 5 


Dreenagh, East ... 


230 3 3i 29 


167 o 


Velvetstown 


709 o 2 58 505 o 


Dreenagh, West... 


196 i 32 23 


103 o 


Waterhouse 


224 3 ii 17 224 15 


Farrancotter 


165 2 ioi 8 


126 10 






Caheragh West Carbery, W. D. (W.R.) area 221193. 3r. 4p., val. 6471?. ; East 


Carbery, W. D. (w. R.) area I4o6a. or. 7p., val. 4607. 15^. 


W.Carbery, W.D. 




1 


Dromourneen 


1107 3 13 


124 164 5 


Aghaville 


SIS i 33 


1 02 


174 10 


Garrane 


969 o 17 


123. 220 15 


Ballaghadown N. 


235 3 27 


3 


85 15 


Glanaphuca 


629 o 36 


89 143 15 


Ballaghadown S. 


221 I 22 


25 


72 15 


Glanatn.iw 


690 i 30 


74 


106 o 


Ballyourane 


535 i 29 


94 


192 5 


Glandarta 


471 o 29 


42 


90 15 


Barna 


302 i 35 


16 


102 15 


Gortdromagh . . , 


335 036 


48 


68 


Bauravilla 


579 o 38 


177 


176 o 


Gortnascreehy . . 


713 o'lS 


98 


174 10 


Bawnboy 


257 3 5 


5 


83 5 


Inchingerig 


390 o 30 


80 


131 o 


Bawnishal 


365 2 18 


57 


116 10 


Inchybegga 


264 i ii 


20 


5 1 'o 


Bunalunn 


435 2 33 


75 


186 o 


Kealanine 


779 2 32 


7c 


132 15 


Caheragh 


664 2 23 


163 


262 o 


Killeenleagh 


270 i i 


61 


98 19 


Carrig 


97 3 9 


25 


40 15 


Kilnagcspagh 


346 2 9 


5' 


87 5 


Cloghane Beg ... 


134 2 ii 


28 


80 10 


Knockgorm 


421 3 10 


8} 


113 o 


Cloghane More ... 


132 o 9 


23 


59 10 


Lackenafasoge . . 


282 3 19 


4' 


52 15 


Clooncugger 


758 i 5 


196 


254 o 


Lassanaroe 


374 035 


10. 


93 o 


Coarliss 


291 2 31 


76 


145 o 


Lissangle 


443 3 33 


ii 


243 5 


Coolbane 


52O 2 13 126 


155 'o 


Lognagappul 


383 i 2 


6 


36 10 


Coolboy 


522 o 25 


93 


120 


Madore 


208 o 8 


23 


113 10 


Coolnaclehy 


285 2 37 


58 


132 o 


Maulagallane 


55 3 23 


5' 


56 10 


Cooradowny 


163 I 16 


34 


59 o 


Maune 


142 o 5 


43 


71 10 


Cooragannive 


347 o 16 


68 123 o 


Maunvough 


230 o 18 


36 


62 5 


Cooranuller 


729 3 26 


160 


180 o 


Milleennahorna ... 


119 3 28 


15 


24 15 


Cullomane, East... 


755 2 39 


100 


175 o 


Mullaghmore 


271 i 15 


29 


65 5 


Cullomane, West 


364 3 5 


'65 


9i 15 


Shanavalla 


128 3 10 


25 


69 15 


Derreenavarrihy . . . 


282 o 38 


35 


67 5 


Trawlebane 


499 2 24 


68 


84 15 


Derreennacno ... 


201 I 5 


45 


56 o 


E. Carbery, W.D. 








Derreeny 


306 i 23 


85 


153 IS 


Lissane, Lower ... 


246 O 12 


84 


97 10 


Derryishal 


278 o 31 


43 


54 10 


Lissane, Upper ... 


281 i 4 


55 


87 o 


Dromcorrngh 


584 o 9 


121 


208 5 


Rearahinagh 


357 i 20 


112 


119 o 


promore 


621 21 


135' 208 5 


Tooreen 


521 i n 103 


157 5 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Caherduggan Fermoy (E.R.) Total Area, 61313. ir. 39p. Val. 53677 5*. 



Towalands. 


Area. 


Pop 


Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop 


Val. 1874 




A. E. V 


. 1871 


s- 




A. B. P. 


1871 


s. 


Ballybrack 


. 406 2 2< 


> 3< 


) 211 C 


Clogheen 


442 o i: 


i 61 


441 


Ballydineen 


. 190 i 3 


; 2( 


> I0 3 5 


Cornahinch 


161 i ic 


> ii 


156 10 


Ballymague 


43 2 o 


3 


' 3io 5 


Curraghakerry . . 


193 i i 


2: 


! 144 O 


Ballymee 


. 212 O 2( 


i i* 


1- 201 5 


Domroe Common 


5 84 2 C 


) 9* 


22 O 


Baltydaniel, East 649 I 2. 


5 9' 


I 536 ic 


Kilburn 


204 2 1C 


) 2< 


) 212 O 


Baltydaniel, West 410 3 3; 


i 8; 


i 629 5 


Kilmacoom 


242 3 ( 


> 21 


217 5 


Banefune 


127 o j 


> I. 


114 c 


Lag 


382 I 2. 


i 5<: 


> 348 10 


Caharduggan, N. 


334 o ic 


) 2C 


) 200 C 


Lisnagrough 


133 I 3: 


r 


123 o 


Caherduggan, S. 


468 o 3; 


3J 


257 5 


Richardstown .. 


371 I 2J 


' 5' 


418 o 


Cahermee 


257 3 3" 


6c 


) 301 10 


Two-pot-house .. 


411 2 r 


1 64 


331 15 


Caherlag Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, 35563. 3r. i6p. Val. 5366/. 5^. 


Ballinglanna 


608 3 i 


187 


1298 5 


Kilcoolishal 


442 i 39! 237 


853 o 


Ballyhenick 


22O 2 36 


5c 


358 IS 


Killacloyne 


328 2 3 6 


5 


306 10 


Ballynagarbragh. . 


232 I 3C 


25 


161 o 


Killahora 


424 2 1 


iie 


55 I0 


Ballynaroon 


194 o 8 


54 


215 15 


Lackenroe 


451 i c 


175 


559 15 


Dunkettle 


413 3 7 


47 


826 o 


Rowgarrane 


240 o iJ 


90 


236 15 


Cannaway East Muskery (E. R.) Total Area, $2253.. or. 38p. Val. 332/7. 15^. 


Bawnatemple 


181 i 37 44 


104 14 


Lehenagh 


404 i 17 74 


245 o 


Classes 


152 2 15: 30 


9i 5 


Loughleigh 


512 2 3 97 


267 15 


Cooldrum 


189 2 33' 49 


97 10 


M3hallagh 


276 3 3i i 47 


164 5 


Coolnacarriga ... 


190 2 27 49 


99 15 


Monallig 


252 o o 30 


158 15 


Coolnashamrogue 


146 o 29 18 


71 10 


Nettleville D'msn. 


508 I 25 84 


360 10 


Coolnasoon 


125 i 12 29 


44 10 


Rathonoane 


408 2 13 54 


370 5 


Killinardrish 


310 2 14 104 


272 10 


Shandangan, East 


605 3 33 122 


336 15 


Knockavullig 


465 o 4 103 


230 10 


Shandangan, West 


494 3 25 78 


417 5 


Carrigaline Cork (E.R.) area, 61463. or. 26p; val. 7763/. 15*. Kerrycurrihy (E.R.) 


area, 79483. 2r. ap. ; val. 8878/. los. Kinalea (E.R.) area, 4043. or. 8p. ; 


val, 219^. lor. 


Cork. 








Ballygarvan 


1251 3 34 


257 


934 5 


Ardarrig 


55 i H 


15 


83 o 


Ballygrissane 


271 o 24 


5' 


170 10 


Ballinimlagh 


105 o 38 


21 


112 5 


Ballynametagh . . . 


165 i 16 




168 5 


Ballinrea 


888 2 22 


71 


584 5 


Boycestown 


158 i 29 


45 


94 1 


Hallybrack 


17 2 II 


IO 


75 o 


Carrigaline, East.. 


332 i 24 


77 


49i 5 


Liallyduhig, North 


283 2 31 


12 


147 10 


Carrigaline, Mdle. 


406 i 27 


255 


839 5 


Ballyorban 


564 2 2 


57 


441 10 


Carrigaline, West. 


458 o 34 


149 


811 10 


Castletreasure ... 


827 O 22 


330 


1136 15 


Commeen 


589 2 i 


68 


284 15 


Douglas 


254 o 30 




587 o 


Coolmore 


558 2 21 


101 


76i 5 


Grange 


156 I 26 


1 02 


780 10 


Curraghbinny ... 


586 I II 


225 


923 o 


Knocknamullagh . 


335 i 7 


3i 


300 o 


Fahalea 


285 o i 


25 


142 5 


Monfieldstown ... 


43i 2 39 


204 


1182 o 


Frenchfurze 


490 2 8 


73 


355 o 


Maryborough 


264 2 10 


40 


387 10 


Hilltown 


140 o 33 


67 


137 5 


Moneygurney 


911 2 7 


198 


771 15 


Kilnagleary 


577 2 ii 


122 


822 5 


Mounthovel 


178 2 21 


28 


2 57 o 


Knock More 


189 o 16 


26 


183 o 


Oldcourt 


344 i 17 


43 


382 10 


Raheenering 


127 2 38 


12 


80 o 


Rochestown 


505 o 27 


1 60 


481 o 


Raheens 


175 * *3 


65 


258 5 


Hop Island, Lgh. 








Raheens, East ... 


34 o 18 


22 


46 5 


Mahon 


12 I 2 


3 


70 o 


Shanbally 


353 * 27 


3" 


553 5 


Nine others, do.... 


4 o 33 




4 5 


Shannonpark 


201 2 29 


55 


251 10 


Kerrycurrihy. 








Kinalea. 








Ardnaclohy 


62 3 31 


3 


68 10 


Ballinlining 


75 3 28 


13 


43 5 


Ballinrea, South... 


197 2 32 


75 


161 o 


Ballinvarosig 


203 o 33 


29 


96 5 


Ballintaggart ... 100 3 17 


i 


150 10 


Knocknalurgan ... 


124 3 27 


28 


80 c 


Ballyduhig, South 233 3 27 


9i 


191 o 











Carrigdownane Fermoy (E.R.) Total Area, 7973. or. gp. Val. 598^. IDJ. 
Carrigdownane, L. 310 o 381 43' 263 o I Lisnagoorneen ... 183 3 14 13) 133 4 
Carrigdownane, U. 302 337! 40202.10! 



S 6 PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 


Carrigleamleary Fermoy (E. R.) Total Area, 33203. or. 5p. Val. 27g8/. ioj. 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. H. P. 


Pop. 

1871. 


Val. 1874. 

* 


Townlands. 


Aiea. 
A. R. P. 


Pop. 

1871. 


Vat.*8 74 . 

i. 


Annakisha 


51 I 17 





43 10 


Kilcanway 


670 ' 2 35 


116 


586 5 


Ballysheban 


275 2 24 


30 


252 15 


Lackanamona 


305 3 22 


53 


266 5 


Carrig Demesne... 


279 3 5 


7 


306 o 


Lissanisky 


301 i 15 59 


289 15 


Carrig Park 


309 2 37 


35 


288 15 


Mountnagle 


307 i 16 


3 


241 10 


Cooldurragha 


691 3 28 


69 


423 5 


Mountrussell 


43 i " 


~ 


29 5 


Dromsiveen 


82 3 35 


10 


7i 5 









Carrigrohane Cork (E.R.) area, i6o5a. ir. i8p. ; val. 25O2/. los. East Muskery 
(E.R.) area, 10533. or. gp. ; val. 2787^. 8j. 



Cork. 

Carrigrohane 
Curraheen 



1543 2 14 

61 3 4 



91 10 



Ballincollig 
Coolroe 
Great Island 



f, East 



746 o 22111682409 8 
234 2 22 122 285 o 

72 i 5] ; 93 o 



Carrigrohane Beg Muskerry. East (E.R ) Total Area, 2o6ia. 'ir. 36p. Val. i838/. i>f. 



Bawr.nafinny 


143 2 12 10 137 5 


Cbolyduff 


449 i 34 


44 401 5 


Carrigrohane Beg. 


156 2 38 


47 151 10 


Dromasmole 


217 3 8 34 168 16 


Coolatanavally . . . 


360 i 10 


79 310 o 


Lackenshoneen .. 410 2 12 


34 332 10 


Coolatubrid 


141 o 16 


10 


102 5 


Woodside ... 181 3 26 


1 34 235 10 


Carrigtohill Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, tO3i8a. 2r. 23p. Val. 9909^. $s. 


Anngrove 


297 2 38 


12 


450 10! Garrancloyne 


170 i ol 25 


149 15 


Ballinbrittig 


924 I 38 


66 


383 5 


Garranes 


295 o 4 


86 


157 


Ballyadam 


256 3 16 


32 


378 15 


Gortagousta 


23 i 33 


9 


30 15 


Ballycurreen 


375 o 29 


70 


278 5 


Gortnamucky 


239 2 34 


72 


261 o 


Ballyleary 


158 i 3i 


21 


74 o 


Johnstown 


175 o 17 


9i 


3i8 5 


Ballynabointra . 


338 3 12 


IO4 


387 5 


Kilcurfin Glebe... 


10 o 35 




9 15 


Bally regan 


207 3 23 


47 


150 5 


Killacloyne 


184 o 32 


49 


281 5 


Ballyrichard Beg . . . 


IO7 I 22 


34 


104 o 


Labaun 


13 o 39 




II IO 


Ballyrichard More 285 o 17 


89 


403 o 


Lackenbehy 


306 2 9 


33 


132 o 


Barryscourt 


699 o 9 


US 


761 15 


Longstown 


128 O 20 


13 


80 o 


Burgesland 


117 2 26 




159 5 


Lysaghtstown ... 


270 2 37 


40 


177 10 


Carhoo 


97 i 15 


37 


149 o 


Poulaniska 


53 o 6 


17 


60 10 


Carrigane 


432 3 9 


85 


493 5 


Spring Hill 


165 2 II 


16 


145 


Carrigtwohill 


566 2 7 




996 10 


Terry's Land 


269 o 14 


87 


319 15 


Cloneen 


676 2 9 


44 


296 10 


Tibbotstown 


228 I 15 


34 


176 o 


ClydufT 


III 2 32 


26 


164 15 


Tullagreen 


"3 3 3 


26 


261 10 


Curragh 


585 3 4 


27 


445 I0 


Water-rock 


349 o 12 


72 


418 5 


Fahydorgan 


147 2 2 


M 


123 o 


Woodstock 


581 2 17 


"3 


360 o 


Foaty 


221 2 26 


77 


259 10 


Brown Island, in 








Forest-town ... 124 2 23 




93 10 


Lough Mahon . 8 I 10 


2 


7 IS 


Castlehaven Carbery, West, E.D. (w. R.) Total Area, 105423. ir. Val. 5184^. iu. 


Adrigool ... 450 I o 70 165 10 


Farranagilla .... 102 2 19 





38 10 


Aghills 


732 3 29 1821 306 o 


Farranconnor 


114 i 30 


'3 


56 10 


Ardgehane 


177 3 i 29 51 15 


Farrandau 


117 21 


16 


55 o 


Ballycahane 


122 2 4 51 47 10 


Farrandelgeen ... 


ioi 3 10 


19 


58 15 


Barry roe 


235 2 27 3 49 10 


Forenaght 


683 3 4 


236 


242 10 


Bawnishal 


385 3 23 129 141 10 


Glannageel 


1 10 2 26 


19 


39 10 


Bawnlahan 


183 i 26 90 69 10 


Glasheenaulir. ... 


133 i 8 


29 


67 15 


Bawnagollopy . . . 


53 2 16 14 10 


Gokane ..:' 167 3 34 


49 


79 15 


Bluid, Fast 


104 3 27 40 31 10 


Gortacrossig ... 204 3 30 


83 


94 o 


Bluid. West 


183 o 18 22 39 10 


Gort brack 


222 I 22 


41 92 o 


Carrigtishane 


217 i 33 31 204 5 


Gurranes 


163 i 3 


id 76 10 


Castlehaven 


202 3 o 


76 160 10 


Inane 


79 o 25 


24) 39 10 


Castletownsend ... 


315 22 12 698 II 


Kiladerry 


196 I 15 


85 92 o 


Crosslea 


41 2 6 18 20 10 


Killangal 


371 2 J 


64! 183 5 


Cullenagh 


860 o 6 158 326 o 


Knockdnim ... 29 i 10 




8 10 


Curra Beg 


245 2 24 59 93 15 


Lahardane Beg ... 71 3 n 


18 


30 o 


Derryleigh 


264 3 39 70' ioi 10 


LahardaneMore... 232 o 34 


28 


72 10 


Dooneen 


271 i 8, 74 115 o 


Lettertinlish 397 2 i 


in 


184 15 


Drishane 


77 2 38 20 loo o 


Lickowen ... 139 o 13 


113 


105 i? 


Fahou'ragh ... 114 3 29 26 38 5 


Lisheeaioe ,., 167 3 i 


23' 80 5 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 
Castlehaven contd. Barony of Carbery, West, E.D. (W.R.) 



57 



Townlands. 


Area. Pop. ,Val. 1874. 

A. R. P. 1871 S. 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. F. P. 


Pop. 1 Val. 1874. 
1871. s. 


Lissarankin 


144 o 15 38 54 o 


Sraorane 


223 O 12 


59 


123 10 


Money vollahane. . . 


342 o 23 


95 119 o 


Toehead 


219 3 37 


95 


117 o 


Raheen 


256 3 24 


76 


137 15 


Horse Island, in 








Reendacussane . . . 


94 3 14 


13 


43 o 


Castlehaven ... 


26 2 4 


9 


15 S 


Scobaun 


180 2 9 


97 102 15 






Castlelyons Condons and Clangibbon (E.R.) area, 29983. or. 38p. ; val. I793/. I 5 J - 


B3rrymore (E.R.) area, 97203. ir. ip. ; val. 74087. 5,'. 


Condons &* Clngb. 






Farran, North ...; 80 3 27 6 60 o 


Ballydorgan 


499 2 21 


114 


251 o 


Farran South ... 127 2 26 25 124 15 


Currabeha 


434 i 22 


85 


224 5 


Glenarousk ... 1059 215 99 508 5 


Kilbarry 


877 I 22 


"3 


613 15 Grange ... 337 3 4 $i\ 287 o 


Kilmagner 


765 3 5 


IOI 


478 lojKilcor. North .. 538 on 56; 389 o 


Knockdromaclogh 


360 3 3i 


78 


178 10 - Kilcor, South ... 889 on 67 440 IN 


Rcssnabrone 


60 o 17 


4 


47 15 


Kill St. Anne, N.i 348 30, 40 361 10 


Barrymore. 








Kill St. Anne, S.| 496 9 - 279 5 


Ballyarra 


744 i 28 


106 


730 15 


Killawillin ,' . 


540 5 161 618 15 


Ballyhamsherry ,.. 


383 * 16 


65 


355 5 


Mohera 


94 3 5 - 9" 10 


Ballyoran 


575 2 23 


53 


277 o 


Pellick 


324 6 78! 243 10 


Ballyrobert 


169 o 10 


28 


182 5 


Rathbarry 


47 32 31 58 15 


Ballytrasna 


419 2 25 


56 


312 10 


S purree 


276 2 2 37! 177 


Corrin 


7H I 2 


70 


438 10 ] Towermore, Lwr.. 


160 2 9; 153 o 


Deerpark 


336 o 7 


46 


237 loj Towermore, Upper 246 25 32 261 10 


Castlemagner Duhallow (E.R.) Total Area, 78803. ir. 26p. ; Vsl. 58717. $s. 


Assoks 


303 2 201 48 322 lOjGlenlohane ...; 63 o 31 38; 69 o 


Ballintober 


331 o 24 


44 296 o Gneeves ...; 170 2 17: 37! 93 5 


Ballygiblin 


442 3 3 


29 431 15 Gurteenbeha ... 296 2 13' 37 195 10 


Ballyhass 


247 o 18 


41; J 97 10 


Kilgilky, North... 173 2 14 24 III 10 


Ballymacmurragh. 


399 o 28 


48 219 10 


Kilgilky, South... 378 3 i8J 37 243 o 


Ballynamona 


114 i 13 


17 56 10 Killavallig ... 339 o 32 32 242 15 


Bannagh 


251 2 10 


n 169 15 


Kilpatrick ... 122 3 16 12 


89 o 


Baunoukgh 


53 3 12 


51 15 


Kippagh, Middle.. 95 o 15 


18 


68 15 


Bettyville 


302 2 21 


34 217 5 


Kippagh, North. . 137 2 27 20 


75 IS 


Bluepool 


50 3 35 


10 44 5 


Kippagh, South... 60 I 8 13 


40 15 


Castlelohort De- 








Knockardsharriv. . 268 3 I 


5 


195 10 


mesne 


223 2 II 


17 165 o 


Lisduggan, North 221 3 n 


35 


165 10 


Castlemagner 


241 3 39 


69 224 5 


Lisduggan, South. 304 3 25 35 


209 15 


Cecilstown 


239 2 37 


273 5 


Lohort, East 


250 3 n 


25 


149 10 


Coolawaleen 


291 i i 


37 167 10 Lohort, West ... 


228 o 31 


19 


138 o 


Coolnahane : /: 


484 i 5 


48 318 5JPulleen 


343 3 23 29 


215 10 


Coolnamagh ... 138 I 35 


II 99 lo'Rathmaher 


98 3 27 21 


138 o 


Garraunteefineen.. 137 o 21 16 129 15 Two Gneeves ... 71 2 13' 7 1 45 o 


Castletownroche Fermoy (E.R.) Total Ares, 64843. 2r. 23p. 31.5980'. io.r. 


Annesgrove 


412 3 5 29 


383 


Connaberry 


106 3 16 


78 10 


Ballinaltig Beg ... 


159 i 4 


25 


131 5 


Garranachole 


124 i iS 


34 


97 5 


Ballinvoher 


637 2 6 


153 


440 5 


Lisnagoorneen . . . 


482 2 31 


61 


399 10 


Ballyadeen 


553 o 26 


116 


579 o 


Lougharuane 


304 o 29 


81 


218 o 


Ballydole 


776 3 17 


US 


581 10 


Naglesborough ... 


224 o 37 


7 


181 5 


Ballygrillihan 


217 3 l6 


34 


166 5 


Parkacunna 


84 i 39 


6 


49 o 


Ballyhimock 


35i 2 14 


49 


305 o 


Rathnacarton 


293 o 4 


* 


207 10 


Bally veelick 


183 2 1C 


22 


135 10 


Scrarour 


66 o 38 




44 IS 


Castletownroche.. 


804 3 17 


86 


895 5 


Skenakilla 


3i7 i 19 


2 


265 10 


Castlewidenham . . 


184 3 14 


35 


537 10 


Sleemana 


198 3 14 


2 


284 15 



Castleventry Carbery, East, W.D., (W.R.) area, 34913. or. I3p. ; val. 14107. t5.r. 
I bane and Barryroe (W.R.) area, 12623. 2r. I7p. ; val. 6047. $s. 

.. 390 o 29 51 134 10 



Carbery. E, W.D. 










Foxhall 


Castleventry 


544 


o 


17 


145 


236 


10 


Inchinattin 


Clashatarriff 


274 


i 


3 5i 


119 


10 


Killeigh 


Coolcraheen 


265 


2 


3 


*i'$ 


128 


5 


Knockfeen 


Coolnagay 


3*5 


3 


8 57 


143 




Maulvirane 


Derrybaun 


80 


i 


21 21 


30 


5 


Same 



2 20 127, 174 5 

i-8! 34! 84 10 

09: 7; 51 
2 loj 33! 



o 
91 10 



3 23 77 217 JO 



58 PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 

Castleventry contd. Baronies of Carbcry, East, W.D., and Ibane and Barryroe, (W.R.) 



Towniands. 


Area. 

A. R. 


Pof 

'. 187 


. Val. 1874 

! , J. 


Townlands. 


Area. 
A. F. r 


Poj 
187 


. Val. 1874. 
i. s. 


Ibane &> Barryn 


>e 






Clasharusheen . 


. 159 2 


6 3 


8 78 15 


Ahagilla 


. 316 o 


7 4 


5 153 I. 


| Derryvreen 


76 3 


5 * 


9 5i o 


Ahaglaslin 


.169 II 


i 8 


9 9i i< 


) Knockatlowig . 


. 312 2 


6 7 


6 122 O 


Bohona 


. 229 2 


2 4 


8 107 . 


5 I 






Churchtown Duhallow (E.R.) area, io77a. 3r. 25p. ; val. 622^. 15^. Orrery and 


Kilmore (E.R.) area, 6g69a. ir. 2Op. ; val. 5539^. $s. 


r Duhallorv. 






Clashganniv 


276 i 6 24 229 o 


Ballybahallagh . 


1077 3 25 i6( 


5 622 15 


Coolmore 


175 2 33 38 loo o 


Orrery fs" Kilmor 








Cregfannacourty. . 


255 O 2 27 24! IO 


Annagh Bogs 


254 3 i 


1C 


> 124 10 


Cullig 


277 i 31 17 219 o 


Armagh, North .. 


534 i : 


( 3< 


> 406 o 


Dunbarry 


108 i 8 - 


- 73 10 


Annagh, South .. 


190 3 r. 


! 2C 


) 174 10 


Egmont 


6l2 3 12 I2C 


> 552 o 


Ballindillanig 


326 2 3; 


6; 


294 5 


Gurteenroe 


433 2 o 45 


' 239 10 


Ballyadam 


104 3 22 


. i* 


95 o 


Gurteenroe Com- 






Ballygrace 


322 2 5 


3- 


189 o 


mons 


51 i 20 


15 10 


Ballynaboul 


362 3 c . 


63 


316 5 


Imogane 


278 2 7 24 


i. 205 10 


Bally namuck 


75 3 7 


s 


62 5 


Leap 


133 3 2 1C 


> 105 10 


Bally vaheen 


153 o 13 


2 5 


105 10 


Moanroe 


75 o 28 


7 15 


Burton Park 


156 2 12 


3C 


163 15 


Monntbridget 


240 i 28 nS 


125 5 


Carrigeen 


328 2 1C 


32 


215 10 


Mountcorbitt 


175 o 19 14 


107 15 


Churchtown 


164 2 26 





397 '5 


Rath 


287 O 2 52 


292 5 


Clashelane 


175 o 26 


M 


159 5 


Walshestown 


438 o 29 53: 321 15 


Clear-island Carbery, West, E.D. (W.R.) Total Area, i5O4a. 3r. 2p. VaL 3777. 19^. 


Ardgort 


88 2 25 


34 


21 IO 


Glen, West 


65 2 26 


5 


10 15 


Ballyieragh, North 


240 I 13 


93 


52 15 


Gortnalour 


49 2 19 


47 


14 10 


Ballyieragh, South 


202 i 39 


47 


33 o 


Keenleen 


86 o 37 


23 


26 15 


Carhoona 


42 o 15 


22 


14 o 


Killickaforane ... 


39 2 26 


27 


II O 


Comillane 


141 2 5 


59 


36 10 


Knockanacohig ... 


62 o 33 


IO 


12 15 


Croha, East 


4i 39 


15 


9 15 


Knockannamaur- 








Croha, West 


67 3 2 


12 


9 14 


nagh 


38 i IS 


26 


12 5 


Glen, East 


108 o 8 


22 


26 10 


Lissamona 


176 o 25 


106 


62 5 


Glen, Middle ... 


52 2 18 


24 


21 10 










Clenor Fermoy (E.R.) Total Area, 4289a. or. 38p. Val. 3I99/. 3^. 


Annakisha, North 


596 o 38 


42 


357 IS 


Cooldurragha 


307 o 20 


12 


154 15 


Annakisha, South 


271 3 16 


49 


244 15 


Dromdeer .... 


208 2 9 


47 


118 o 


Ballygarrane 


347 3 25 


37 


283 o 


Garranachole 


296 3 28 


21 


254 10 


Ballygown 


403 i 4 


70 


320 o 


G randy 


189 3 10 


21 


J 5 2 15 


Casllekevin 


394 o 14 


in 


371 15 


Killuragh 


360 3 o 


52 


323 o 


Clenor, North ... 


306 i 3 


4i 


191 5 


Powerstovra 


385 2 24 


42 


276 10 


Clenor, South ... 


220 3 7 


38 


151 5 










Clondrohid West Muskerry (w.R.) Total Area, 271 14a. ir. 28p. Val. 8o74/. 15*. 


Ardeen 


360 i 25 


48 


102 5 


Coolaniddane 


625 3 12 


146 


323 o 


Ardnacrushy 


405 3 8 


IO2 


2O2 O 


Curra 


163 3 9 


3 1 


41 15 


Ballymacorcoran. . 


226 2 22 


44 


76 10 


Curraleigh 


559 i 3 


54 


133 5 


Bawnatanaknock . 


382 3 22 


79 


136 5 


Derryleigh 


465 * 15 


40 


103 o 


Bawnmore 


515 I 22 


137 


244 10 


Dromagarry 


221 I i; 


4i 


131 o 


Cabragh 


398 I 15 


3i 


80 15 


Dromonig 


33 3 28 


5' 


194 10 


Cackanode 


221 3 13 


16 


99 5 


Dromree 


348 3 15 


81 


172 15 


Caherbirrane 


717 3 H 


68 


153 15 


Englishgarden . . . 


33 i 4 





22 10 


Caherkeegane ... 


327 2 37 


77 


175 


^arranenagappul. . 


592 o 6 


191 


293 o 


Candroma 


456 o 8 


65 


160 5 


jarraneycarney ... l 


182 i 16 


96 


2O2 IO 


Carriganimmy ... i 


227 o 33 


183 


206 5 


jlananarig 


493 o 18 


65 


175 15 


Carrigaphooea . . . 


205 2 38 


So 


148 15 


jlantane, East ... 


651 i i 


92 


115 o 


Carrignamaddry... 


285 2 3 


75 


121 15 


Glantane, West ... 


601 i i 


112 


141 10 


Carrigonirtane . . . 


334 2 12 


29 


106 10 


CJlebe 


76 2 7 


12 


58 10 


Clashmaguire 


474 3 19 


5 


109 15 


^rlendav ... i 


3 8 7 2 9 


74 


173 


Clonfadda 


242 o 10 


61 


112 15 


Sortavranner 


289 3 16 


44 


9 1 5 


Coolacoosane 


242 3 8 


52 


69 o 


jortnagishagh ... 


391 2 2 


30 


93 10 


Coolacresig ,. 


159 i 3* 


32 


60 15 


[iortnalicky 


319 2 23! 90 


159 5 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 
Cloodrohid contd. Barony of West Muskcrry, (W.R.) 



59 



Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop 


Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. Pop 


v al. 1874. 




A. R. P 


1871 


* 




A. R. P. 1871 


A *. 


Gortnapeasty 


. 190 o 3. 


2( 


5 71 5 


Lackaneen 


308 3 3* 


. 84 


L 139 15 


Inchinahoury 


158 2 < 


2 


; 72 o 


Lacktify 


167 o 35 


3<: 


> 94 o 


Inchinlinane 


226 I I( 


62 98 15 


Liscarrigane 


533 2 i 


6 


140 o 


Kilboultragh 


583 o : 


84 247 o 


Lissacresig 


251 3 12 


45 


124 10 


Kilgobinet 


318 3 2C 


6' 


H9 10 


Maulnagrough . . 


38l 12 


9* 


no o 


Killaclug 


215 3 34 


2< 


83 10 


Maulnahorna 


1633 o it 


172 


208 15 


Kilmountain 


189 o i 


K 


> 49 15 


Moanflugh 


415 3 2 


95 


133 o 


Kilpatrick 


206 o 35 


45 


81 5 


Mullenroe 


689 I 14 


9S 


2IO IO 


Knocknagappul .. 


1897 i 


182 


276 5 


Prohus 


278 o 17 


5* 


132 10 


Knockraheen 


999 i ic 


184 


220 10 


Scrahanard 


35 3 3 C 


57 


126 5 


Labbadermody . . . 


541 o 24 


4 


49 o 


Scronagare 


212 I 16 


45 


86 o 


Lackaduv 


328 o 34 


63 


89 10 


Teerbeg 


176 o 4 


36 


no 5 


Clondulane Condons and Clongibbons (E.R.) Total Area, 49163. 3r. Val. 5601^. 5-r 


Ballinveelig 


147 O 22, 19 


84 5 


Curragh, Lower .. 


120 3 ii 


7 


164 o 


Ballynafauna 


256 3 36 


26 


255 15 


Curragh, Upper... 


312 3 18 


56 


208 5 


Ballynamona 


126 2 9 


7 


172 10 


Garry noe 


169 3 10 


36 


129 15 


Bally vadona 


400 o 37 


29 


398 10 


Gearagh 


159 i 21 


18 


185 15 


Bawnaglogh ... 


81 2 16 


7 


73 o 


Knockdromaclogh 


282 3 34 


39 


122 15 


Betty ville 


182 o 10 


44 


216 10 


Licklash ... 


191 i 10 


17 


329 10 


Boolabwee 


119 i 10 


10 


71 o 


Lisnasallagh 


129 i 32 


8 


169 5 


Careysville 


291 o 19 


39 


534 o 


Mount Rivers ... 


55 i 4 


24 


235 15 


Carrigabrick 


221 2 30 


34 


305 o 


Rath-healy, pt. (<*) 


212 i 37 


55 


397 10 


Carrigatoortane ... 


170 o 30 


27 


181 15 


Shauacloon 


304 2 39 


19 


306 o 


Clondulane, North 


178 I 29 


74 


374 10 


Strawhall 


573 o 10 


79 


535 o 


Clondulane, South 


129 i 6 


35 


183 o 










(a) Remainder of this townland in the township of Fermoy. 


Clonfert Duhallow (E.R.) Total Area, 621093. 2r. lop. Val., 19183^. 5j. 


Ballyduane, East . . . 


141 2 71 22 


70 o 


Glennakeel, South 1540 i 39 104 101 5 


Ballyduane, South 


57 2 35 


34 


98 o 


Glennakeel, West. 


79i 3 9 


60 


45 15 


Ballyduane, West. 


255 3 


37 


100 


Glennaknockane. . 


646 2 II 


42 


42 o 


Barley Hill 


835 2 9 


116 


340 5 


Glennamucklagh, 








Barnacurra 


508 o 26 


80 


169 5 


East 


843 2 35 


60 


71 10 


Blueford 


416 6 15 


80 


75 5 


Glennamucklagh, 








Carrigcastle 


268 2 13 


71 


125 10 


West 


1320 i 8 


197 


167 5 


Castlemacauliffe . . . 


214 2 5 


16 


I2O 15 


Glentanemacelli- 








Clashroe 


404 i 7 


60 


151 15 


got 


585 3 8 


52 


78 15 


Clonfert 


259 2 37 


37 


164 o 


Gooseberryhill ... 


1361 o ii 


209 


428 o 


Cloontycummade . 


297 3 10 


3*4 


170 10 


Gortknockaneroe . 


290 i 27 


19 


161 10 


Commons, North . 


258 o 13 


Jf\A 


45 o 


Gortnaglogh 


99 o 16 


18 


33 10 


Commons, South . 


1131 3 23 


194 


184 15 


Gortnascregga . . . 


336 o o 


58 


160 5 


Coolacoosane 


315 * 2 


199 


275 o 


Greenfield 


249 3 22 


33 


165 o 


Coolagh 


335 o i 


55 


132 o 


Grillough 


356 i i 




193 10 


Coolykereen 


200 i 39 


30 


84 5 


Inchantotane 




85 


73 '5 


Copsefield 


275 o 32 


29 


140 15 


Island 


534 3 7 


85 


239 5 


Cummerduff 


216 3 10 


49 


61 5 


Kanturk 


325 o 38 


424 


1419 5 


Cummeryconnell, 








Kilknockane 


675 i 33 


100 


298 10 


North 


8l3 2 22 


37 


27 5 


Killowen 


349 i 16 


44 


180 o 


Cummeryconnell, 








Knockacluggin ... 


739 2 21 


37 


59 5 


South 


1536 3 26 


48 


181 10 


Knockacummer ... 


405 i 30 


63 


5 15 


Curraduff 


565 o 10 


94 


289 5 


Knockahorrea, E. 


855 3 35 


"5 


79 o 


Curragh 


687 I 32 


72 


1195 10 


Knockahorrea, W. 


832 3 28 


73 


81 o 


Demesne 


203 I 31 


30 


179 5 


Knockatooan 


641 3 8 


102 


120 10 


Duarrigle 


520 o 15 


45 


296 10 


Knockawillin 


604 2 26 


96 


107 o 


Foiladaun 


287 2 3 


39 


47 10 


Knockduff, Lr. ... 


812 3 33 


26 


33 1 *5 


Gardeen 


178 I 15 


39 


77 5 


Knockduff, Up. ... 


1204 i 25 


357 


407 10 


Garraunawarrig, L 


484 2 14 


84 


300 5 


Knockfadda 


72 o 19 


16 


3 2 5 


Garraunawarrig, U 


391' 2 9 


57 


263 15 


Knockilly 


681 3 10 


*35 


249 15 


Glasheenanargid . . . 


354 2 28 


44 


41 5 


Knockskavane ... 


910 o 18 


81 


314 10 


Glenacarney 


897 i i 


128 


117 o 


Knockskehy 


797 2 8 


104 


297 o 


Glenlara 
Glennakeel, North 


95i 3 3 

307 2 


182 
27 


161 o Knoppoge 
32 5!Liscongill 


ii o 25 16 
247 I 26 21 


I 5 

176 10 



6o 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Clonfert contd. flarony of DuhaVow (K.R.) 



Townlamls. 


Area. 


Pop. Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. Val. 1874. 




A. B. P. 


1871. s. 




A. R. P. 


1871.; s. 


Lisdungan 


345 2 36 


65 171 15 


Rossacon 


691 2 15 


loS 462 10 


Lismeelcunnin . . 


760 2 19 


122 441 10 


Rossline 


128 2 23 


23 


45 10 


Lismire 


752 2 29 


63 289 5 


Rowls (Akhvorth) 


166 i 3 


23 


6$ -15 


Longacre 


214 3 26 


23 X 37 I0 


Rowls (Allen) ... 


412 2 6 


67 


89 5 


Lyraneag 


771 i 37 


97 85 15 


Rowls (Daunt) ... 


254 i 8 


22 


78 o 


Meelaherragh 


403 i i 


43 


252 15 


Rowls (Langford), 








Meenatarriff 


127 o 35 


35! 45 IS 


North 


1125 o 28 


77 


250 10 


Meeneeshal 


686 2 24 73! 229 o 


Rowls (Langford), 








Meengorman 


495 2 6 69 141 o 


South 


1314 i 27 


144 


213 o 


Meennaraheeny ... 


813 2 30! 177 154 5 


Rowls (Noonan) . 


641 3 36 


57 


210 5 


Meenkearagh 


635 3 6 


27 125 5 


Rowls (Shaddock) 250 2 4 


33 


71 15 


Meenroe 


244 3 10 


42 93 o 


Scarteen, Lower . 


702 i 9 


353 


471 15 


Meens 


787 04 


104 


249 15 


Scarteen, Upper . 


730 o 28 75 


246 15 


Meentinny, East . 


560 2 17 


55 


80 5 


Taur Beg 


410 I 2, 28 


16 5 


Meentinny, West. 


1403 3 6 


128 


95 o 


Taur More 


1135 2 24 128 


237 o 


Millecnboy 


822 i 5 


90 


64 15 


Tojrard 


922 3 16 107 


2O2 O 


Milleenduff 


1349 2 5 


104 


95 10 


Tooreencormack . 


145 o 7 


54 


39 5 


Mountkeeffe 


707 o 8 


80 


276 5 


Tooreendermot ... 


360 2 35 


57 


50 10 


Newmarket 


144 3 U 





538 o 


Tooreen Donnell . 


140 o 7 


36 


35 IS 


Park 


457 2 23 


' 7 


202 15 


Tooreen macauli fife 


H74 3 9 


38| 45 o 


Rathranna 


424 i 28 


52 


277 10 


Tooreennagrena . 


624 o 17 


89 63 15 


Reanahoun 


880 2 30 


12 


56 5 


Tooreennagupp'ge 


3i3 3 3*- 


"i 93 5 


Rockhill, East ... 


779 2 32 


71 


28 5 


Tooreenamire 


230 o 24 


39 


55 10 


Rockhill, West ... 


1329 3 3 


77 


"9 5 








Clonmeen Duhallow (E.R.) Total Area, 2OO75a. 2r. 32p. Val. 7898^ $s. 


Banteer 


i 020 3 27 


251 1096 10 


Gortmore ... 1684 o 38 340 1246 3 


Charlesfield 


684 3 3i 


95 


97 10 


Gougane ..561 I 27 73 369 5 


Clonmeen, North 


142 3 20 


27 


"4 15 


Gurteenard ...i 329 3 33 49 251 15 


Clonmeen, South 


392 3 34 


82 


232 o 


Inchamay, North 895 o 34 46 93 5 


Coolacheesker . . . 


117 3 6 


3 


73 o 


Inchamay, South 1083 I 6 15 45 o 


Coolroe Beg 


392 i 5 


78 


103 o 


Inchidaly ... 208 I 4 


28 131 15 


Coolroe More ... 


H59 3 35 


285 


284 10 


Kilcaskan, North 333 o 5 


26 201 


Curraghrour, E. ... 


572 3 2 


56 


309 10 


Kilcaskan, South 261 2 22 


73 H6 o 


Curraghrour,W ... 


480 3 ii 


61 


267 10 


Killarush 


145 i i 8 


15 105 10 


Derry 


776 i 6 


134 


116 5 


Killavoy 


595 o 27 


80 191 o 


Dromcummer Beg 


249 2 25 


22 


170 10 


Kilmactirrane ... 733 2 21 


126 200 5 


DromcummerM're 


373 i 35 57 


237 5 


Knock 


232 o 25 


69' 34 15 


Duinch 


690 o 26 89 


294 15 


Knockeenatudd er 


161 3 10 


53 3i o 


Fermoyle 


380 2 o 45 


158 10 


Lyre .. 503 2 17 


171 123 10 


Garrane 


244 i 34 65 


271 20 


Muingyroqgeen ... 218 3 8 


86 36 10 


Glen, North 


54i i 35 "6 


134 15 


Nadanuller Beg ... 


498 2 IO 


59 40 15 


Glen, South 


1023 2 33 122 


286 15 


Nadanuller More . 


682 o 29 


98 166 10 


Glentaneatnagh, N 


513 i 37 29 


112 15 


Shronebeha ... 518 2 12 


156 142 10 


Clentaneatnagh, S. 448 3 23 12 


22 IO 


Tooreen ... 221 I ll 8 58 o 


Clonmel Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, 3i97a. or. 25p Val. 4335/. I2j. 


Ballyhetterick ... 


15 o 8 8 


18 5 


Donegal 


127 2 21 


89 365 10 


Bally leary 


332 2 8 77 


335 2 


Foaty 


544 3 33 


59 


890 o 


Ballynacrusha ... 


380 3 19 150 


500 15 


Lissanisky 


94 2 39 


27 113 10 


Ballynoe 


254 i 19 187 506 5 


Marino 


329 O 21 


791 487 5 


Bally voloon, pt/<*J 


165 i 4! 53 194 o 


Oldcourt 


17 2 9 





46 o 


Belvelly 


417 3 io| 1 60) 501 10 


Ringacotlig, pt. (*t 


4i i 33 





190 15 


Dean and Chapter 






Ringmeen, pt. (") 


95 i 32 





148 15 


Land of Cloyne... 


30 o i8j 7! 38 o 











(a) The remainder of this townland is in the township of Queenstown. 

Clonmult Barrymore (E.R.) area, 332ga. ir. 39p. ; val. I278/. IDJ. Imokilly (E.R.) 
area, 664a. ir. 6p. ; val. 303^. IOT. Kinnatalloon (E.R.) area, 578a. 2r. ip. ; 
val. 248/. 5-r. 

Condonstown 



Barrymore. 
Aughnalyra 
Ballyard 
Ballyeightera 
Clonmult 



61 



3 19 o 



349 2 16 63 170 10 
306 i 4< 34] 152 10 

466 I 2S 122 328 5 



Garrylaurence 

Gurteen 

Knockavuddig 



431 o 27 40 



800 o 25 

724 2 



190 o 19 24 



131 15 

286 10 

167 5 

22 15 



PARISHES AND TOWXLANDS. 61 


Clonmult contd. Baronies of Barrymorc (E.R.) ; Jmokilly (E.R.) ; Kinnataloon (E.R.) 


Townlands. 


Area. Pop 
A. R. P. 187 


. Val. 1874 
f, s. 


i Townlands. 


Area. 

A. B. J 


Pop 
>. 187 


. Val. 1874. 


fnwkiUy, 








Kinnattcilloon . 








Donickmore 


- 694 I 


6 6 


9 303 H 


) Garryduff 


578 2 


i 7 


I 2 4 8 5 


Clonpriest Imokilly (E.R.) Total Area, 6984^. 2r. I5p. Val. 6391 1. \$s. 


Ballinvarrig, Lr. 


1 88 I < 


5 2? 


\ 134 o 


Creighmore 


270 I 20 83| 309 15 


Ballinvarrig, Up. 


34 3 2. 


} 2 


, 208 5 


Finisk 


263 o i 


74 


287 15 


Ballydaheen 


132 o 3< 


) 2\ 


* 87 15 


Gortaroo 


302 3 3; 


17? 


370 5 


Ballykilty 


335 3 i< 


) 5c 


> 191 5 


Gortnagark 


46 2 3? 


<, 


67 io 


Bally madog 


365 3 2! 




> 401 io 


Inchiquin 


409 3 21 


78 


445 


Beanfield 


274 2 3. 


t 8; 


307 15 


Knockmonalea, E. 


285 o ic 


51 


226 o 


Burgas, Lower .. 


443 o 3; 


( 94 


- 447 o 


Knockmonalea, W 


265 3 6 


92 


218 io 


Burgess, Upper.. 


IOI I 1C 


) 32 


92 5 


Kyle 


310 o 39 


65 


178 5 


Clashed 


162 3 24 


\ 43 


106 o 


Monearmore 


85 i 37 


12 


74 io 


Clonard, East ... 


196 12 


6S 


203 o 


Mullarie 


250 2 5 


37 


144 15 


Clonard, West ... 


1 18 2C 


36 


129 o 


Pillmore 


398 o 25 


171 


390 15 


Clonpriest, East... 


114 o 3* 


25 


131 o 


Redbarn 


28l 2 23 


108 


303 5 


Clonpriest, West... 


28l 2 14 


i5 


320 5 


Youghal Park ... 


394 2 8 


24 


195 


Colerenagh 


38 I 29 





33 io 


Islands in Yougha: 








Coolaha 


71 3 16 


10 


69 io 


Bay: Glebe ... 


io 3 26 


4 


3 5 


Coolnacloghafinna 


221 I 2j 


25 


281 o 


Sixteen others . . . 


6 o 17 




o 15 


Cornaveigh 


51 3 3 


3 


33 io 










Clontead -Kinsale (E.R.) Total Area, 3097^ 2r. 26p. Val., 31347. i$s. 


Ardmartiu 


no 2 29 19; 132 io 


Knockrobin ...[ 192 2 15! 46 


186 15 


Ballinacurra 


314 2 2 4 i 63 315 15 


Lackenacummeen 


286 3 28 55 


141 o 


Ballinrichard 


179 o 26; 20, 177 5 


Lackenagea 


52 3 27 7 


56 5 


Ballinvard 


132 o io 13! 128 15 


Liscahane Beg ... 


87 i 30 23 


"4 IS 


Bally thomas 


88 o 38 


28 


7 15 


Liscahane More... 


6l O 20 


10 


86 io 


Butlerstown 


78 2 2C 


17 


60 5 


Lisnacrilla 


169 o 32 


22 


112 5 


Camphill 


16 i 2 


24 


19 o 


Mitchelstown, E. 


25O 2 I 


44 


222 O 


Clashmore 


74 2 3 


13 


128 o 


Mitchelstown, W. 


172 3 39 


28 


126 5 


Coolvallanane Beg 


173 o 29 


19 


242 io 


Monaclarig 


41 2 10 


14 


45 IO 


Farranamoy 


94 i 19 


30 


115 o 


Mullendunny 


74 i 26 


23 


148 5 


Glasheen 


20 20 


3| 34 o 


Parklaurence 


20 i 5 


3 2 


33 15 


Gortnalicky 


17 3 6 


23 19 o 


Scart 


I2O I 21 


17 


IOO 


Gortnalusheen ... 


57 2 ii 


14 68 15 


Screhaneroe 


73 3 37 


3 


77 io 


Knocknahilan 


136 o 18; 17! 172 io 










Cloyne Imokilly (E.R.) Total Area, 996o.a. 3r. 28p. Val. 100967. 


Ballingarrane ... 219 o 36 


56 213 5 


Carrigatoglier 


128 i 20 


2 3 


123 ic 


Ballinvoher ... 247 3 12 


52 


214 5 


Carriginsky 


29 3 5 


' 


15 15 


Ballinwillin 


140 o 36 


27 


106 5 


Commons, East ... 


3i7 i 38 


2: 


304 o 


Bally bane 


491 I 23 


65 


544 15 


Commons, West . 


30 i 19 





29 10 


Ballybraher 


194 3 H 


2 5 


1 88 io 


Demense 


368 2 36 


53 


474 15 


Ballybranagh 


218 3 35 


59 


2IO IO 


Farranamanagh ... 


84 i io 


n 


60 o 


Ballycotton ...; 466 3 io 


83 


684 5 


Gurteenina 


42 i 9 





39 5 


Ballycrenane ... 297 2 15 


55 


223 o 


Kilbarrycurrane . . . 


112 3 38 


23 


4 5 


Ballycroueen, E. ' 7 2 32 




6 o 


Kilbarraree 


141 o 33 


35 


71 o 


Ballycroneen, W. 


4OI 2 25 


132 


362 o 


Kilboy 


168 i 34 


51 


106 o 


Ballydavid 


148 o 35 


20 


no 15 


Kilcrone 


62 i 19 


19 


287 5 


Ballyduff 


316 3 9 


19 


203 o 


Kilgrellane 


89 2 24 " 


112 O 


Ballyfin 


5 2 36 





5 J 5 


Killinagh 


40 3 12 





53 io 


Ballygeany 


234 o 32 


36 


276 io 


Kilmacahill 


561 3 21 


129 


49 io 


Ballyknock 


ii 1 ? 3 i 


13 


62 io 


Kilva 


261 3 o 


S 8 


398 o 


Ballymacandrick . 228 o i 


61 


202 io 


K.nockacrump ... 


203 3 33 


55 


179 15 


Ballyonane ...) Ill 0*37 


18 


107 15 


Knockasturkeen . . . 


118 o 35 




144 i? 


Bally re^an 


193 o 35 


39 169 15 


Knockgorm 


68 i o 9 m o 


Ballyroe 


225 3 28 


24 


183 io 


Knocknamadderee 


346 3 20 


21 1,2 iq 


Ballyrussell 


299 o 26 


55 


181 15 


^ickane 


65 3 12 


6 


330 io 


Barnabrow ... 


342 3 io 


36 


291 o 


Vlalapardas 


721 


34 


34 5 


'"> "* ? ' ' 1 Arl.l 


^Torr-.r-yiH-rT. -0 


7T I T8 


4 


14 o 



62 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Cloyne- contd. Barony of Imokilly (E.R.) 



Townlands. 


Area. 

A, R. P. 


Pop. 

1871 


a /* ^"1 Townlands. 


Rathcuppoge 


102 I 3 


23 


34 10 Sunville 


Scarriff 


192 3 5 


68 


Si 15 Tead Beg 


Sculleen 


270 i 38 


2 


104 o jTead More 


Sheanliss 


252 3 12 


37 


276 10 Townparks 


Sleveen 
Spital 


247 o 39 
92 i 15 


34 
9 


1 86 oJTullagh 
162 15' 



Area. 
A. R. r. 


Pop. 

1871. 


Val. 1874. 

t. 


5i o 39 
25 o 7 
144 0-19 


24 

3 
6 


133 IS 
67 10 

22 10 


107 2 34 





144 IS 


219 o 39 


Si 


"73 o 



Coole Barrymore (E.R. ) Total Area, Ii52a. 2r. op. Val., IOO2/. I5J. 

Coole, Lower ...j 606 o 24! 891 529 15. Coole, Upper ...I 546 I i6j 50, 473 o 

Cooliney Orrery and Kilmore (E.R.) Total Area, 1 1 $2a. ir. up. 



Cooliney 
Kiltass 



451 
90 



19 

1 29 



441 15 IMflltown 



291 
319 



Val. II24/. os. 
o 26 

2 I7i 



22 



323 

284 



74 i o JRathnacally 

Corbally Muskerry, East Total Area, 869a. or. I3p. Val. 6o4/. 

Ballyshoneen ...i 524 3 i8j 92 346 lolCorbally ...I 344 o 35 46 237 10 

Corcomohide Orrery & Kilmore (E.R.) Rusheen area, 439a. 3r. I3p. ; val. 2387. 15^. 
NOTE The remainder of this parish is in the barony of Connello, Upper, Co. Limerick. 

Corkbeg- Imokilly (E.R.) Total Area, 296oa. 3r. 7p. Val. 2462^ 5j. 



Ardnabourkey .. 


341 2 c 


51 


302 10 


Carlislefort 


140 o 2 


286 45 o 


Ballintra, East .. 


59 2 2 




86 5 


Corkbeg 


359 3 26 


42 


546 10 


Ballintra, West . 


70 I 2 


J 


105 o 


Finure 


396 o 34 


92 


307 10 


Ballyhook 


439 i 25 


31 


360 o 


Glanagow 


138 i 7 


3c 


74 o 


Bally tigeen 


119 2 34 


19 


102 5 


Glanturkin .. 


385 2 8 


106 


368 15 


Bally valoon 


2IO I 27 


72 


164 10 










Creagh Carbery, West, E.D. (W.R.) Total Area, 7O53a. 2r. I2p. Val. 53O7/. 13*. 


Ardagilla 


73 2 32 27 


37 10 


Licknavar 


284 i 4 


39 106 15 


Ballyally 


193 o 32 


77 


85 8 


Munnig, North ... 


354 i 38 


01 126 O 


Ballyisland 


IOI 2 28 




84 o 


Munnig, South ... 


77 o 35 


17' 20 IO 


Ballyoughtera ... 


156 2 23 


76 


47 IS 


Oldcourt 


218 3 19 


93 134 5 


Boolybane 


97 i 2 


24 


20 10 


Poundlick 


362 3 34 


in 


143 10 


Bunlick 


123 i 38 


40 


60 o 


Smorane 


214 3 35 


57 


124 15 


Creagh 


417 2 I 


85 


333 o 


Tideway 






15 


Curravally 


III I 27 


24 


27 o 


(Ringarogy hid.) 








Derrygereen 


293 3 26 


98 


184 5 


Ardnagrena 


158 3 29 


43 


61 o 


Drishane More . . . 


300 i 26 


116 


106 10 


Donegall, East ... 


loi o 3 


26 


46 15 


Dromadoon 


137 i 35 45 


42 5 


Donegall, Middle . 


75 * 24 


26 


38 5 


Gorteenalomane. . . 


190 i o 44 


53 5 


Donegall, West ... 


IIO I II 


17 


45 10 


Gortnaclohy, pt/"J 


740 o 28 162 


26 5 


Gortadrohid 


86 i 38 


37 


39 15 


Gortshanecrone ... 


134 o 24 27 


36 15 


Gortaliscaw 


81 i ii 


17 


37 IS 


Highfield 


576 2 3 96 


177 15 


Gortnalicky 


H9 3 4 


18 


53 10 


Knockataggart ... 


133 3 3'| 39 


39 10 


Inane 


188 o 9 


56 


105 10 


Lackaghane 


185 i 32 66 


64 o 


Spanish Island ... 


"9 3 38 


3 


50 10 


Lahernatee 


119 3 29 22 


32 15 










(a) Remainder of this townland in Skibbereen township. 


Cullen Duhallow (E.R.) Total Area, I3674a. ir. igp. Val. 6o28/. $j. 


Ahane Beg 


158 o 15 


181 64 5 


Dromsicane 


397 3 '4 44 


202 5 


Ahane, Lower ... 


188 2 14 


25 


86 10 


Duarrigle 


147 2 ii 


28 


92 10 


Ahane, Upper ... 


303 o. 9 


53 


114 o 


Euglaune 


137 3 21 


68 


62 10 


Ardnageeha 


3" 3 35 


72 


119 o 


Glantane Beg ... 


222 O 36 


79 


69 10 


Churchhill 


99 3 19 


40 


51 10 


Glantane More ... 


3" 2 5 




IIO 


Cleanrath 


353 i 19 


55 


104 10 


Gortageen 


569 2 16 


75 


342 15 


Cloonbannin, East 


476 o 4 


147 


298 15 


Gorteenafinnoge. . 


446 3 33 


81 


202 5 


Cloonbannin, West 


258 o 28 


62 


129 15 


Gorlnacrcha ., 


225 o 14 


56 


89 if 


Coalpits 


132 2 II 


3 


75 o 


Keale, Noith 


258 2 31 60 


I0 5 5 


Coolcloher, East.. 


215 2 17 


59 


106 5 


Keale, South 


240 3 17 66 


J 56 15 


Coolcloher, South 


239 I 28 


29 


1 18 o*Kealmanagh 


265 2 10 59 


!34 5 


Coolcloher, West. 


214 22, 19 


108 1 5 . Knockacarracoosh 221 3 10 68 3 1 6 


Derragh 


317 O I"} 112 


133 i5'Knockagarrane,E. 118 o 31 25 43 10 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 63 


Cullen contd. Barony of Duhallow. 


Towulands. Area ' 


Pop. 


Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. Val. 1874. 




A. B. P. 


1871. 


s. 




A. R, P. 


1871. s. 


Knockagarrane, W 


iS i 38 


90 


54 I0 


Lisnaboy, Upper . 


267 3 33 


47 96 15 


Knockane 


151 i 9 


26 61 10 


Lisnashearshane . . . 


296 o 23 


39 "5 o 


Knockastuckane... 


315 2 4 


38 151 15 


Lissauiska 


149 2 II 


45 65 15 


Knockduff, Lower 


124 o 4 


24 48 10 


Lyravuckane 


227 I 23 


53 "6 15 


Knockduff, Upper 


360 i 26 


102 167 


Meenagloghrane. . . 


365 o 8 


62 122 15 


Knockeendallane . 


275 3 10 


OQ 
OO 


80 10 


Meenskeha, East.. 


222 3 17 


59 84 5 


Knockeenagearagh 


256 i 16 


63 122 IO 


Meenskeha, West. 


250 O 22 


54 101 o 


Knocknageeha, E. 


228 o 26 


12 69 15 


Milleenylegane ... 


122 3 35 


32 49 5 


Knocknageeha, N. 


238 o 10 


27 80 15 


Moher 


427 r 13 


99 179 5 


Knocknageeha, S. 


174 3 10 


6j 66 10 


Mullaghroe, North 


166 o 30 


76 106 5 


Knocknageeha, W. 


168 3 37 


85 


67 5 


Mullaghroe, South 


186 i 9 


76 109 5 


Knocknashannagh 


302 i o 


62 87 10 


Rathroe 


223 i i 


28 137 10 


Lisheenfeela 


317 2 27 


46 


66 5 


Skagh 


296 2 8 


85 


135 15 


Lislehane 


175 2 23 


59 86 10 


Two Gneeves 


199 o 27 


38 


89 15 


Lisnaboy, Lower . 


247 o 34 


30 103 10 






Cullen Kinalea 


E.R.) Total Area, 4249a. 3r. 24p. Val. i882/. 15^. 


Ballady 


615 o 30 52 


207 o 


Carrigeen ... 133 3 1 6 


ii 


82 10 


Ballinvragnosig ... 


239 3 39 


34 


101 15 


Cullen 


480 I 30 


119 252 o 


Ballynacourty 


614 3 23 


54 


280 10 


Glinny 


860 2 12 


140 426 5 


Ballywilliam 


207 i 28 


16 


89 o 


Piercetown 


307 3 7 


ii 


97 10 


Boulaling ... 238 o 36 


46 


136 5 


Slieveroe 


55^ 2 3 


31 210 O 


Currykippane Cork (E.R.) Total Area, 27o6a. ir. i8p. Val. 3608^. 8-r. 


Ballycannon 


2l6 22 


98 


2 57 i3jCoolymurraghue... 


658 o 32 


260 1042 o 


Ballygrohan 


97 i 18 


19 


129 5|Killard 


53O 2 II 


46 


476 10 


Bally sheehy 


122 3 14 


52 


134 o Knockangorty ... 


180 I 27 




158 o 


Clogheen ... 490 I 22 


99 


710 5 


Mount Desert 


413 I 32 


IOI 


700 10 


Dangandonovan Imokilly (E.R.) Total Area, 2928a. 3r. I4p. Val. 12487. IDJ-. 


Ballyre 


660 2 2O 


122 


329 5 


Kilcounty 


936 2 26 


154 443 o 


Barradaw 


706 o 13 


54 


2IO O 


Knockanenanirka. 


448 2 38 


56 160 15 


Corbally 


176 2 37 


20 


105 10 






1 


Derryvillane Condons and Clongibbons (E.R.) area, 6933. 3r. 36p. ; val. SGI/. 


Fermoy (E.R.) ar%a, H33a. 


3r. 32p. ; val. 8l8/. $s. 


Condons and Clon- 








Fermoy. 








gibbons. 








Ballyenahan, S. ... 


593 i 13 


73 


413 15 


Ballyenahan, Nth. 


693 3 36 


139 


501 o 


Derryvillane 


540 2 19 


112 


404 10 


Desert Carbery, East, E.D. (W.R 


.) area, 4503. ir. I2p. ; val. 3857. ior. Ibane and 


Barryroe (W.R.) area, 274a 


2r. I7p. ; val. 2OI/. 15*. 


Carbery, E., E.D. 








Ibane &* Barryroe. 








CurraghgraneMore 


IIO 2 4 


112 


88 o 


Ashgrove 


174 I 30 


22 


"5 5 


Desert, pt. ofC>... 


206 o 16 


1 08 


297 10 


Cahergal 


27 3 21 


7 


17 o 










Curraghgrane Beg 


72 I 6 


26 


69 10 


la) Remainder of this townland included in Clonakilty township. . 


Desertmore East Muskerry (E.R.) Total Area, 3943a. or. 5p. Val. 28i5/. 


Ballygroman, Lr.. 


495 2 21 


86 


369 o 


Kilcrea 


965 i 27 


189 853 o 


Ballygroman, Up. . 


589 O 21 


104 


351 5 


Knock anemeal- 








Clashanaffrin 


297 o 36 


44 


151 5 


gulla 


237 o 29 


39 


155 15 


Garryhesty 


839 o 39 


MS 


689 o 


Knockatreenane . . . 


237 2 30 


24 


113 10 


Kilbane 


28l 2 2 


31 


132 5 





Desertserges Carbery, East, E.D. (W.R.) area, Ii6i4a. 21. 33p. ; val. 58o2/. or. 
Kinalmeaky (W.R.) area. 4H4a. 3r. 9p. ; val. 2095?. 15^. 



Carte-r, E., E.D. 




, , 






Ballinarcl ..." 589 


3 '! 


97 228 5 


Aghyohill Beg ... 


94 


2 


36 12 


57 





Ballyvuige 


278 


14: 


5- 1 


136 15 


Aghyohil More ... 


178 


I 


28 


44 


94 


5 


Boulteen 


212 


a-33 




129 10 


Ardkitt, East ... 


283 


I 


II 


56 




5 


Breaghna 


333 


o 31 


82 


164 5 


Ardkitt, West .. 


407 


2 


4 1 78 


193 


15 


Carhoovauler ... 561 


2 32 


99 


275 10 



64 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Desertserges-contd. Baronies of Carbery, East, E.D., and Ibane &". Barryroe, (W.R.) 



Townlands. ' A r ^ p 


Pop. Va!. 1874. 
1871. s. 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Val. 1874. 
* 


Carrigroe ....' 276 3 32 


52 I2O 


Knock nanuss 


394 3 H 


93 


190 15 


Castlederry ... 148 o 19 


37 59 5 


Knocknastooka ... 


118 i 13 


18 


68 15 


Cruhane, BandonJ 204 o 39 


28 92 5 


Knocks 


540 3 5 


123 


223 o 


Crohane, East ...j 108 o 8 


29 56 io 


Lisbehegh 


255 2 4 


50 


118 5 


Crohane, West ... 6q 2 36 


29 49 5 


Lisnacunna 


529 2 2O 


103 


252 io 


Currane 


156 i 12 


12 47 io 


Maulbrack, East... 


loo 3 ii 


26 


56 o 


Derry 


140 2 21 


29 62 5 


Maulbrack, West. . 


242 20 


61 


140 5 


Derry meeleen ... 


441 3 29 


76 237 5 


Maulnarouga, Nth 


81 3 38 


22 


41 15 


Drombofinny 


86 i 18 


20 51 io 


Maulnarouga, Sth. 


374 3 ii 


82 


193 15 


Farrannasheshery. 304 3 ii 
Garranelahau .. 126 o 39 


97 324 io 
19 78 io 


Maulrour 
Tullymurrihy 


244 2 17 

665 o 38 


51 
I O2 


7 t 5 
226 io 


Garranes 


416 2 26 101 165 io 


Ibane 6 Barryroe. 








Kilbeloge 


216 3 31 36 77 15 


Cappaknockane . . . 


585 3 28 


91 


339 IS 


Killeen 


309 3 7 


38 86 5 


Cashel Beg 


459 2 7 


80 


215 5 


Kill, North 


136 2 4 


33 94 io 


Cashel Commons . 


101 2 17 


34 


26 15 


Kill, South 


139 2 30 


45 139 15 


Cashel More 


654 2 13 


129 


3H 5 


Kilmoylerane, N.. 


300 3 26 


35 154 io 


Dangan More ... 


365 24 


00 


150 o 


Kilmoylerane, S.. 


324 3 30 


42 148 o 


Kilcolman 


556 I II 


131 


355 15 


Kilnameela 


397 2 12 


80 206 o 


Kilcolmanpark ... 


244 3 26 


59 


228 io 


Kilrush 


189 3 19 


3i 


128 15 


Knocknagallagh . . . 


886 3 36 


108 


355 15 


Knockacullen ... 


38i 3 38) 55 


154 io 


Moneens 


259 3 7 


35 


109 15 


Knockmacool ... 


241 3 35 72 218 io 




Donaghraore Barretts (E.R.) area, 501 la. 2r. lip. ; val. 2361*. 17*. Ibane and 


Barryroe (W.R.) area, 3i2a. I. 2Op. ; val. 308*. 5-r. Muskerry, East (E.R.) 


area, I7297a. or. 29p. ; val. 5815^. ioj. 


Barretts. 








Commeenaplaw . . . 


415 o 22 44' 89 o 


Ahadallane 


759 2 3i 


39 


271 12 


Coollicka 


517 i 14 no 1 184 io 


Ballj'craheen 


260 i 8 


39 


132 15 


Coolmona 


802 2 19 206 416 5 


Curragh 


307 3 37 


77 


167 o 


Derry 


611 i 8 86 322 15 


Firmount 


268 2 20 


54 


164 15 


Fornaght 


662 3 6 165 313 5 


Garraun, North ... 


746 2 17 


114 


336 io 


Garraunredmond. . 


492 3 25 108 187 io 


Garraun, South ... 


512 o o 


82 


283 o 


Gowlane, North... 


1184 o 23 116 226 15 


Knockane 


214 3 24 


47 


138 io 


Gowlane, South... 


531 o 4 113 212 15 


Pluckanes, East... 


366 o 4 


62 


176 io 


Kilcullen, North... 


790 i 31 54 96 o 


Pluckanes, North. 


1042 i 36 


75 


442 15 


Kilcullen, South... 


926 3 37 139 354 IS 


Pluckanes, South. 


175 o 7 


53 


97 o 


Killeenleigh 


592 3 34 159 186 io 


Pluckanes, West.. 


357 3 27 


150 


151 io 


Kilmartin, Lower. 


367 3 29 106 143 15 


Ibane &* Barry, -oe. 








Kilmartin, Upper. 


538 3 33 Si 149 o 


Donaghmore 


312 i 20 


225 


308 5 


Knockanare 


340 i o 53 122 o 


Muskerry, East. 








Knockyrourke . . . 


316 I I 104 130 15 


Ballycunningham . 


641 2 37 


116 


288 5 


Lackabane 


576 i 7 194 350 io 


Ballygirriha 


683 3 16 


94 


288 15 


Meenahony 


996 i 34 151 202 15 


Ballyhennessy ... 


142 i 25 


32 


57 15 


Monataggart 


372 3 16 74 131 j 


Ballykerwick 


287 o 16 


68 


136 15 


Monavanshere . . . 


178 o 15 19 73 o 


Ballyvodane 


140 3 n 


52 


78 o 


Rathcoola, East... 


554 3 2 96 226 5 


Barrahaurin 


2527 i 8 


162 


421 o 


Rathcoola, West.. 


493 i 6 47 160 io 


Bunkilk 


393 2 31 35 182 15 


Scarteen ... 217 29 44 82 io 


Doneraile Fermoy (E.R.) Total Area, 2O44ia. 3r. 2ip. 


Ardadam 


121 17 


64 95 io 


Carker, Middle ... 


514 i 39 8 12 15 


Ballinree 


250 o ii 


68 


144 io 


Carker, North ... 


1109 I 20 


59 


67 5 


Ballintlea, North 


951 o io 


48 


75 1 


Carrigeen 


367 o 23 


86 


286 5 


Ballintlea, South 


952 I 36 


88 


168 o 


Castlepook, North 


1455 I 36 


138 


35 io 


Ballinvonear 


1429 2 


23 


293 15 


Castlepook, South 


541 3 22 


39 


249 15 


Ballyandrew 


428 I 31 


43 


309 io 


Castlesaffron 


435 2 8 


92 


559 o 


Ballydineen 


161 3 3 




118 15 


Cloonbnne 


87 o 14 


6 15 


Ballyellis 


562 3 30 


60 


420 5 


Cloustoge 


251 o i 


78 117 o 


Ballyshane 


245 2 4 


39 


152 io 


Croaghnacree 


245 3 12 


18 


240 10 


Brough 


141 o 26 


33 


IO2 O 


Demesne 


4i3 o 33 


56 014 Q 


Byblox 


100 i 15 


38 


180 o 


Doneraile 


i5 3 13 




1134 io 


Carker 


239 o 38 


79 


274 15 


Dromdeer, East .. 


1H2 O -*S 


3* 





PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Doneraiie contd. Rarony of Per may (E.R.) 



Townlands. ' . Area ' . 


Pop. 


Val 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


_ I 


Pop. Val. 1874. 




A. 


K. 1. 




> 


s. 




A. 


tt. 


p. 


1871. 


t . , s. 


Garryhintoge 


330 


o 20 


85 


226 


5 


Oldcb'urt 


240 


I 


21 


28 281 10 


Horseclose 


77 


O 12' 


18 


215 


5 


Park, North 


309 


3 


Ij 


no' 242 r * 


Inchnagree 


252 


i 5 


19 


137 


10 


Park, South 


191 





37| 




265 o 


Kilbrack 


369 


2 I?' 


58 


456 


10 


Rossagh, East ... 


260 


i 


22 


83 


208 15 


Kilcolman, East... 209 


I I' 


45 


98 


IO 


Rossaghroe ... 265 


3 


33] 


25 


144 5 


Kilcolman, M'dle.: 238 


3 8' 


56 


157 


5 


Rossagh, West ... 307 


I 


i5 


44 


170 10 


Kilcolman, West j 751 


O 21 


125 


421 


10 


Skaghardgannon. . 1 82 


o 


ii 


48i 197 15 


Kilconnor 


215 


I 14' 


45 


119 





Skahanagh Beg ... 


463 


3 


I3 1 


49 116 10 


Kilvickanease 


98 


O l| 


41 


82 


o 


Skahanagh More .! 550 


i 


25 


95 


346 15 


Knockacur 


138 


2 23| 


17 


150 





Streamhill, East. .1623 


2 


12 


33 


169 o 


Knockbrack 


103 


I 32 


21 


36 


10 


Streamhill, West . 896 


1 


3 


8 57 o 


Lougheagle 


I6 7 


22 


9 


99 


5 


Sycamore 


132 


I 


i 


24 143 o 


Newtown ... 203 


II 


79 


H7 


o 




1 


i 



Drinagh Carbery, East, W.D. (W.R.) area, 4887a. or. I4p. ; 
Carbery, West, E.D. (W.R.) area, 7g8ia. 2r. 7p. ; val. 1854^. 



val. 1921^. 






Carbtry,E., W.D. \ \ 




Curraghlicky ... 317 3 5 ( 98 


153 5 


Currrabwee 


469 o 33; 81 


"9 5 


Curranashingane. . 309 o 10 19 


48 o 


Curraghnaloughra. 


356 o 28 


81 


149 10 


Derreenaspeeg ... 338 o 35 47 


31 10 


Drinagh, East ... 


448 3 28 


85 


219 o 


Derryclogh, Lwr.. 


400 3 9; 84 


128 10 


Drinagh, West ... 


270 3 ii 


75 


76 o 


Derryclogh, Up... 


605 3 25 1 10 137 o 


Kippagh 


856 i 6 


134 


244 o 


Driminidy, Nth... 


262 i 20 


67 loo o 


Lettergorman ... 


737 o 37 


138 


292 15 


Driminidy, Sourh. 


548 3 33 J 5o' 180 o 


Lisbealad, East ... 


536 o 8 


118 


282 o 


Garryglass 


488 o 5 70 74 o 


Lisbealad, West... 


347 o 22 


61, 


144 ID 


Killaveenoge, East 


337 2 30 40 


74 5 


Paddock 


179 2 28 


71 


115 o 


Killaveenoge, Wst. 


473 3 i 


75 


Si o 


Shandrum 


243 3 2 


57 i 


79 o 


Lahanaght 


971 2 14 


127 


195 


Toughbaun 


44i 3 ii 


120 


200 5 


Maulagow 


269 2 18 


43 


46 is 


Carbery, W., E.D. 




1 




Minanes 


569 3 36 


150 


180 10 


Carrigbaun 


298 i 35 


67; 


91 10 


The Pike 


363 o 30 


41 


92 o 


Cashloura 


560 3 4 68, 


95 o 


Toughmacder- 








Coomatallin 


609 3 21 43 


70 15 mody ... 255 i 36 


43 ! 75 o 


Drishane Duhallow (E.R.) area, 


2434a. 2r. 25p. ; val. IIO2/. 15^. Muskerry West, 


(W.R.) area, 3o64ga. 3r. I2p. ; val. 10569^ icw. 


Duhallow. 






Dooneens 


594 i ii 


209; 724 5 


Annagloor ... 417 I 19 


101 


193 10 


Drishane Beg ... 


383 o 35 


Si 


539 10 


Claraghatlea, Nth 397 o 26 


84 


104 10 


Drishane More ... 


278 1-5 


13 


329 o 


Claraghatlea, Sth. 


185 3 12 


7 


6 10 


Drominahilla 


139 o 27 


78 


83 5 


Claragh More ... 


462 o 36 


117 


204 5 


Ferm 


106 i 25 


19 


29 5 


Coolykeerane 


623 3 26 


107 


229 10 


Garraneduff 


335 2 8 


57 


113 5 


Shanaknock 


348 o 26 


80 


364 10 


Geararoe 


76 o 15 


18 


21 


Muskcry, West. 








Gneeves 


467 3 8 


47 


46 S 


Adrivale 


460 3 4 


49 


68 10 


Gortavehy, East... 


512 o 28 


46 


86 5 


Ballinkeen 


242 on 


47 


279 5 


Gortavehy, West . 


536 i 29 


53 


107 10 


Ballydaly 


1089 i 35 


217 


565 10 


Inches 


400 2 II 


89 


416 5 


Ballynatona 


271 O 22 


37 


116 15 


Inchileigh 


262 3 37 


324 


112 O 


Ballyvonskill- 


495 i 32 


46 


94 15 


Killowen 


221 I IO 


35 


98 5 


Caherbarnagh 


3626 2 22 


336 


503 10 


Kilmeedy, East ... 


316 o 13 


89 


114 15 


Caherdowney 


1173 o 24 


105 


157 5 


Kilmeedy, West . . 


461 I 12 


117 


no 5 


Carrigacooleen . . . 


599 o 5 


117 


164 15 


Kippagh 


689 2 4 


53 


131 o 


Carrigleigh 


97 o 37! 12 


21 5 


Knockagallane ... 


616 3 20 


IIO 


152 o 


Claragh Beg 


328 2 35 


40 


88 10 


Knocknakilla 


1140 i 15 


71 


120 15 


Clohhboola Beg... 


1213 2 


1 66 


266 o 


Knocknaloman ... 


651 i 34 


5i 


142 10 


Cloghboola More . 


524 I 32 


129 


223 10 


Lackabane 


284 i 8 


42 


123 o 


Coolanarney 


398 I 19 


106 


238 o 


Lackdotia 


4" 3 3 


42 


56 10 


Coole 


277 2 7 


54 187 15 


Liscahane 


767 o 33 


106 


1070 o 


Cooleenaree 


183 o ic 


ii 


, 83 5 


Liscreagh 


405 i 28 


128 


458 o 


Coolnagillagh, Lr 


202 I IJ 


42 


99 o 


Mountleader 


254 7 


17 


194 10 


Coolnagillagh,Up. 335 o 32 56; 159 o 


Mush era 


649 2 IO 


34 


44 o 


Coomacheo ...12157 o I2> 


50 o 


Rathduane 


788 3 23 


114 


460 15 


Coomlogane ... 615 3 n 69 514 o 


Tober 


109 o 38 


17 


39 IS 


Curracahill ... 691 3 24 20 56 o Toorboney 
Curragh ... 996 o 36' 63 106 15 i Tooreenbane 
Derreen ... m i 23; 24 26 ^JTullig 


367 i o 28 

594 i i 53 
1730 2 6; 325 


53 o 
ico 5 
424 5 



66 PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 

Dromdaleague Carbery, West, E.D. (W.R.) Total Area, 187080. or. 33p. Val. 



Towalands. 


Area. 


Pop. Val. 1874. 


Xownlands. 


Area. ' Pop. VaL 1874. 




A. R. P. 


1871.; s. 




A. * P. 1871. "*. 


Acres 


43 391 30 67 o 


Glanac'ogha ./. 


587 * 33 65 26 10 


Augram 


143 i 36 27 45 10 


Gkindart 


385 2 26 42 39 5 


Bamagowlane, E. 


963 2 35 


Si 


49 5 


Gurteeniher 


362 3 25 


57, 121 10 


Barnagowlane, W. 


817 o 7 


48 


61 5 


Killahane 


5 3 36 





10 5 


Baurgarriff 


167 o o 


20 


18 o 


Kilmore 


338 o 33 


53 


125 o 


Barnahulla 


746 3 32 


181 


3 8 5 12 


Kilnahera, East . . . 


2 57 i 3 


56 


63 15 


Bawnahow, North 


229 o 32 


26 


48 5 


Kilnahera, West.. 


115 2 6 


16 


32 10 


Bawnahow, South 


207 i 28 


55 


62 5 


Kilscohanagh 


352 o 30 


59 


135 10 


Boh ernabredagh . . . 


113 2 IO 


32 


45 o 


Knockane 


364 2 12 


102 


H9 5 


Castledonovan . . . 


123 3 27 


75 


35 o 


Knockeenbwee, L. 


213 3 16 


44 


72 10 


Ceancullig 


687 o i 


151 179 5 


Knockeenbwee, U . 


229 2 23 


19 56 10 


Clashduff 


325 3 15 


54 


89 10 


Leitry, Lower ... 


357 o 4 


8i| 69 10 


Clodagh 


1046. 3 28 


1 68 


223 10 


Leitry, Upper ... 


383 i 7 


34 52 5 


Cummeen 


438 2 3 


3 


17 10 


Loughcrot 


213 2 7 


44 


63 o 


Deelish 


788 o 5 


112 


142 o 


Maulnaskeha 


275 i 15 


50 95 5 


Derreenacrinnig, 








Moyny, East 


3l8 2 


53 89 10 


East 


504 3 21 


16 


13 IS 


Moyny, Lower ... 


216 3 29 


29! 61 15 


Derreenacrinnig, 








Moyny, Middle ... 


107 i 38! 1 8 


36 S 


West 


530 3 33 


II 


22 10 


Moyny, Upper ... 


225 3 17 33 


57 S 


Derryduff 


187 3 22 


40 


55 15 


Mullaghmesha ... 


423 i 4 15 21 15 


Derrynagree, East 


303 I 12 


64 82 15 


Rearahinagh 


.290 3 13 


62 103 o 


Derrynagree, West 


355 * 15 


87 115 10 


Reenroe 


238 3 29 


44' 70 15 


Dromasta 


449 39 


ioi: 149 15 


Seehanes 


307 i 7 


49 75 o 


Dromdaleague ... 


557 i 30 


197; 255 o 


Shronacarton 


216 3 24 


52' 76 o 


Dromduvane 


192 3 23 


21 67 10 


Tonafora 


83 o 19 


21 24 10 


Garranes, North . . . 


552 2 8 


74 74 o 


Toneagh 


247 i 12 


44 


56 10 


Garranes, South... 


430 2 o 


105 183 10 


Toughraheen 


277 o 14 


36 56 IS 



Dromdowney Orrery and Kilmore (E.R.) Total Area, 659a. ir. 24p. Val. 472^. 5* 

Dromdowney ...I 56 I 32! 121 53 15 1 Dromdowney, Up. ! 419 2 lOj 47] 255 15 
Dromdowney, Lr.l 183 I 22| 1 6[ 162 151 



Dromtarriff Duhallow (E.R.) Total Area, 152243. ir. I7p. Val. 8072^. I5J. 


Ballymaquirk 


360 3 17 


53 


242 o Garrane, West ... 


194 o 5 


66 


114 5 


Boolymore 


1031 i i 


274 


658 5 


Garraveasoge 


407 3 14 


81 


198 10 


Carragraigue 


ISS 2 2 17 


295 


343 o 


Gurteen 


536 3 5 


48 


382 o 


Coolclogh 


465 2 2O 


209 


228 10 


Island-dahill 


439 2 o 


39 


261 10 


Dernagree 


147 I I 


59 


77 o 


Kilcolman 


213 o 25 


21 


121 15 


Dromagh 


446 2 33 


178 


293 10 


Killetragh 


468 3 2 


123 


244 


Dromahoe 


568 2 10 


149 


257 10 Killinane 


479' 3 33 


105 


193 5 


Dromalour 


412 2 29 


7i 


268 5 Kippagh 


198 2 13 


26 


116 15 


Drominagh, North 


575 i 3i| 69 


291 10: Knockardrahan .. 


479 o 6 


54 


214 10 


Drominagh, South 


463 o 31 


99 


230 10 


Knockbrack 


606 3 5 


1 20 


120 5 


Dromskehy 


422 o 39 


136 


233 IS 


Knock cahill 


291 3 33 


45 


96 o 


Dromtarriff 


122 O 9 


8 


71 i5|Laght 


423 3 15 


124 


184 5 


Ducleagh 


323 3 9 


IO2 


194 IO | Lisnacon ... 


425 2 35 


142 


215 o 


Dysert 


639 3 27 


*52 


429 o'Minehill 


165 I 2i 


23 


113 5 


Fortgrady 


506 2 29 


64 


568 ojProhus 


3" i 33 


121 


94 15 


Garrane, North . . . 


175 3 37 


84 


114 15 ' Rathcool 


979 2 i: 


255 


734 o 


Garrane, South ... 


201 3 3 


60 


53 S.Rossglass 


184 i 3S 


28 113 5 



Dunbulloge Barrymore (E.R.) area, i6532a. 2r. I5p. ; val. 51637. 17*. Cork (E.R.) 
area, 249a. 3r. 38p. ; val. I52/. 



Barrymore. 








Coom 


882 2 27 


129 


119 12 


Ballybrack 


1127 i 39 


93 


S" 15 


Coom, East 


267 3 3 


23 


33 o 


Ballynabortagh ... 


IOO3 3 22 


96 


467 10 


Coom, West 


194 i 33 


8 


27 5 


Bally nnglogh, E... 


808 o 18 


112 


398 o 


Coom (Fitzgera'd) 


385 i 35 


19 


15 '5 


Ballynaglogh, W. . 


883 2 16 


131 


331 15 


Cgom ( Hiiitsoif] . . . 


821 3 ii 


23 


40 15 


Bally vorisheen, E. 


367 3 32 


44 


94 15 


Coom (MhiL'toti) .. 


197 2 I 


3i 


28 10 


Bally vorrisheen, W 


592 3 4 


86 


184 15 


Doon peter 


556 2 32 


55 


136 19 


Boherard 


301 o 36 


53 


132 15 


Dromboy, North. . 


197 3 10 17 


43 


Carrignavar 


3 3J8 


J32 


285 5 


Dromboy, South.. 


544 .3. 5 


80 


198 10 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 
Dunbulloge contd. Baronies of Barrymore (E.R.), and Cork (E.R.) 



67 



Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. 


Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop 


Val. 1874. 




A. R. P. 


1871 


* 




A. R. P. 


1871 


s- 


Dunbulloge 
Glashaboy, East... 


518 3 ic 

832 12 


98 
1 88 


355 10 

178 5 


Knockboy 
Knocknacaheragh. 


533 3 24 
3*6 3 5 


68 
3c 


245 0. 

37 o 


Glashaboy, North. 


1660 2 37 


.278 


196 10 


Laharan 


182 3 6 


15 


113 o 


Glashahoy, South. 


693 i 5 


61 


104 10 


Lyre 


929 3 39 


171 


355 5 


Gormlee 


55i 2 8 


116 


277 10 


Lyienamon .., 


189 3 19 


44 


62 5 


Gortnalahee 


309 2 27 


53 


91 15 


Cork. 








Island 


236 2 I 


69 


97 5 


Ballyhesty 


249 3 3^ 


33 


152 o 


Dunderrow Kinsale (E.R.) area, I356a. 3r. igp. ; val. 1054^. IDJ. Kinalea (E.R.) 


area, 2343a. 3r. 4p. ; val. 2OO2/. Muskerry, East (E..R) area, 2734a. or. i8p. ; 


val. 1649^. 5j. 


Kinsale. 






Horsehill Beg ... 


26 2 17 


10 


23 10 


Ballynamona 


273 o 23 43 


221 5 


HorsehillMore, N. 


347 3 37 


78 


196 o 


Ballythomas, East 


135 2 33 


32 


104 10 


Horsehill More, S. 


19 3 7 





18 o 


Ballythomas, West 


106 211 


8 


82 IS 


Knocksmall 


?8 2 30 


15 


37 6 


Ballyvrin, Lower . 


60 115 


9 


477 10 


Leighmoney More 


321 3 13 


13 


212 15 


Dunderrow 


227 o 28 


40 


176 o 


Rigsdale 


686 3 36 


180 


766 10 


Killany 


230 i 33 


52 


217 5 


Skehanagh 


381 i 2 


82 


300 o 


Mellifontstown ... 


323 i 36 


61 


205 5 


Tooreen 


146 o 8 


39 


172 15 


Kinalea. 








East Muskcry. 








Annagh Beg 


158 2 26 


43 


121 IO 


Ballinphelic 


726 2 16 


78 


339 ic 


Ballyvrin, Upper . 


80 2 20 


*3 


43 5 


Coolatooder 


426 2 2 


118 


354 10 


Bawngowla 


13 3 32 




25 15 


Corran 


1006 o 19 


131 


441 o 


Coolsheskin 


81 i 16 





85 o 


Gortnaclogh 


574 3 21 


140 


5H 5 


Dungourney Barrymore (E.R.) area, 65i3a. or. 3p. ; val. 3407?. lor. Imokilly 


(E.R.) area, I7isa. 2r. I3p. ; val. 8i6/. 15*. 


fianyiiiore 


1 




Knockanemore ... 


80 o ii 


i5j 3 5 


rtallydonagh Beg . 


177 o o 23 


in 15 


Rathfootera 


179 i 8 


33! H6 5 


Ballydonagh More 


438 i o 75 


309 15 


Rathorgan 


323 3 o 


39 107 5 


Ballymartin 


569 20 


72 


293 1 


Sandyhill 


325 2 21 


36 


132 10 


Ballynacole 


320 3 i 


75 


163 10 


Sheepwalk 


269 I 21 


35 


170 10 


Ballynagaul 


129 3 13 


ii 


72 5 


Youngrove 


577 3 19 


7 


366 S 


Ballynona, Nth. ... 


1215 i 27 


64 


278 10 


Imokilly. 








Ballynona, Sth. ... 


410 i o 


65 


34i o 


Ballyknock 


279 3 23 


29 


162 5 


Castlequarter 


3" 3 24 


33 


1 80 10 


Ballyriorthy 


157 3 8 


20 


93 15 


Corbally 


224 2 5 


22 


no 5 


Ballysimon 


149 1.8 


13 


80 10 


Cottstown 


198 3 8 


24 


97 IS 


Bawnadoune 


104 2 7 


II 


47 15 


Dungourney 


303 3 2 


128 


253 15 


Couragh 


236 i o 


30 


128 15 


Glebe 


14 2 O 


17 


29 o 


Glenaphuca 


282 o 31 33 


"5 5 


Glenbeg 


442 3 23 


59 


212 O 


Rathcanning 


507 2 16 64 


1 88 10 



Dunisky West Muskerry (W.R.) Total Area, Il86a. 2r. -200. Population, 119. 
Val. 796/. 

Dunmahon Condons and Clongibbons (E.R.) area, 373. ir. I5p. ; val. 28/. l$s. 
Fermoy (E.R.) area, 22653. ir. I9p. ; val. 2OO2/. 15.5-. 



Condons and Clan- 
gibbons. 
Faranlaheshery, E. 
Fermoy. 
Ballyquane 
Cuppage 


37 i 15 

188 i i 
227 i 6 


36 

Si 


28 15 
169 o 

212 5 


Dunmahon 
Farranlaheshery, 
West 
Johnstown, East . 
Johnstown, West 
Laharan 



599 2 37 



96 i 6 



126 530 5 



141 s 

470 o 

390 10 

89 10 



Durrus Bantry (E.R.) area, 15873. or. 3p. ; val. 62I/. Carbery, West, W.D., (W.R.) 
area, 95513. ir. i6p. ; val. 24177. 5*. 



Bantry. 








Rooska, East .. 


223 i 12 


33 102 5 


Boolteenagh 


146 3 27 


23 


57 5 


Rooska, West ... 


295 * 7 


89 106 o 


Curraghavaddra . . . 


194 O 12 


43 


69 5 


Tedagh 


187 o 10 


29 69 15 


Dromreague 


91 3 34 


22 


53 I0 


Carbtry, IV. , IV. D. 




I 


Gurteen 


126 i 17 


49 


56 o 


Arc'ojeena 


171 2 9 


38 82 5 


Lissareemig 


78 o 3 


8 


45 5 


Ballycommane ... 


1349 o 17 


240 280 15 


Mullagh 


73 3 35 


22 


Si 5 


Brahalish 


782 2 I 


113 223 10 



6a PARISHES AND TOWNLAXDS. 


DumiS contd. Barorius of Cork (E.R.), and Carbery, West, W.Z>. (w.R.) 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. 


Val. 1874. 




A. R. P 


1871. . s. 




A. B. P 


1871 


s. 


Carrigboy 


Il6 I 6 


12 186 10 


Killovenoge 


398 o 28 


6c 


104 5 


Clashadoo 


746 I 25 


147 221 10 


Murreagh 


180 o 13 35 


97 '5 


Cloonee 


467 I 38 


34 93 10 


Rossmore 


307 3 ii 113 


105 15 


Coolcoulaghta 


II4S 3 '3 


23 i| 240 15 


Rusheenaniska . . . 


83 2 18 14 


42 c 


Coomkeen 


914 3 21 


140 


105 o 


Tullig 


192 3 10 57 


41 o 


Crottees 


489 2 38 


52 


88 10 


Islands in Dun- 






Dromataniheen ... 


98 O 22 


22 


48 5 


manits Bay : 






Dromreagh 


841 2 4 


101 


174 5 


Mannion's Large.. 


3 o^i; 


} 


Gearhameen 


645 2 18 


107 


173 5 


Mannion's Small. . 


o o 17 


> I 10 


Kealties 


614 2 14 


174 


107 o 


Nine others 


I 3 12 


1 


Fanlobbus Carbery, East, W.D. Total Area, 35605^ 31-. I7p. Val. I255I/. 


Acres 


275 o 15 


70 


86 5 


Gortnamucklagh . . 


693 3 23 139 


193 


Ahakeera 


620 2 39 


119 


186 15 


Goulacullin 


1426 2 8 


27 


46 15 


Annees 


454 3 2 


12 


27 15 


Gurteenasowna ... 


508 3 39 


37 


124 o 


Ardcahan 


824 3 15 


131 


243 5 


Inch, East 


587 3 21 


42 


128 o 


Ballyhalwick 


576 i 39 


394 


416 10 


Inch, West 


295 o 8 


44 


95 5 


Balteenbrack 


432 o 27 


77 


186 15 


Inchanadreen 


236 2 19 


21 


18 o 


Behagh 


497 3 2 


70 


170 15 


Inchireagh 


301 i 37 


65 


78 10 


Behagullane 


810 3 25 


9 


247 5 


Keelaraheen 


413 i 3 


61 


89 IS 


Brookpark 


78 3 39 


19 


123 o 


Keenrath 


424 3 3' 


65 


HI 15 


Cappadineen 


106 2 30 


21 


55 15 


Kilbarry 


1230 3 17 


'S3 


593 10 


Carrigskullihy ... 


38l 21 


60 


91 10 


Kilmalooda 


156 2 23 


25 


36 15 


Clashnacrona, E. . 


181 o 29 


10 


53 15 


Kilronane, East... 


476 I 12 


74 


226 15 


Clashnacrona, W.. 


286 o 17 


24 


96 o 


Kilronane, West.. 


562 3 22 


138 


272 15 


Cloonties, East ... 


127 1 22 


21 


84 o 


Knockaghaduff ... 


S3 2 2 36 


66 


no 15 


Cloonties, West... 


180 2 36 


29 


71 o 


Knockduff 


212 3 2 


23 


74 o 


Cloontiquirk 


276 o i 


58 


139 o 


Knockeenboy 


263 o 5 


4i 


81 10 


Cooleenagow 


185 o 4 


30 


63 15 


Lisheenleigh 


462 I 17 


57 


96 5 


Coolkellure 


545 2 2 


82 


199 o 


Mallabracka 


333 o 36 


32 


58 5 


Coolsnaghtig 


613 3 26 


92 


100 


Manch, East 


321 22 


66 


240 15 


Coom 


455 o 38 


4 8 


68 o 


Manch, Middle ... 


265 o 24 


43 


146 10 


Cooranig 


652 i 31 


65 


"7 5 


Manch, West ... 


53i o 23 


68 


267 10 


Coorycullane 


202 O 36 


45 


95 i 


Maugh 


85 i 39 


10 


58 15 


Cullenagh 


821 2 16 


48 


98 15 


Maulanimirish ... 


621 o 34 


Si 


136 10 


Darkwood 


7O O 22 


27 


46 o 


Maulashangarry . . . 


107 i 28 


24 


44 o 


Demesne 


279 o 4 


40 


109 10 


Milane 


1034 3 20 107 


287 15 


Derragh 


781 3 10 


34 


69 5 


Milleenanannig ... 


448 2 25] 76 


153 10 


Derreens 


361 3 33 


58 


98 10 


Mohona 


424 2 291 99 


191 o 


Derryduff 


519 3 34 


40 


ioo 5 


Money reague 


72O O 241 122 


154 15 


Derrylahan 


509 22 


60 


124 o 


Moreagh 


261 o 20 98 


H7 10 


Derrynacaherah ... 


423 3 29 


74 


123 10 


Neaskin 


398 2 4 h 29 


48 10 


Derrynasafagh . . . 


416-1 3 


53 


no o 


Nedineagh, East... 


427 3 4: "5 


203 S 


Dromdeegy 


385 3 24 


60 


122 10 


Nedineagh, West.. 


433 2 2: 103 


206 10 


Dromdrasdil 


1161 3 12 


'39 


168 o 


Pookeen 


448 i 3 So 


87 o 


Dromerk 


279 o 8 


65 


90 15 


Shanagh 


363 3 23; 87 


125 5 


Dromleena 


692 3 10 


69 


231 5 


Shean 


63 O 27, 12 


28 5 


Dunmanway, N . . . 


336 2 34 




1488 15 


Shiplough 


423 o 36 82 


96 5 


Dunmanway, S... 


83 2 8 





412 10 


Sillahertane 


464 2 27 67 


128 15 


Farnanes 


374 3 32 


7 


30 o 


Toher ' ... 


661 2 36 124 


190 10 


Garranes 


452 i 27 


45 


105 5 


Tonafora 


169 3 15 40, 199 o 


Garrybaun 


90 o 37 


10 


52 10 


Toom 


474 3 35 88 198 o 


Glan 


395 o 24 


97 


103 5 


Underbill 


3 3 33 12 34 15 


Gortanure 


302 o 20 


47 


73 10 







Farahy Condons and Clongibbons (E. R.) area, H9$a. 2r. 28p. ; val. I74/. 15.?. 
Fermoy (E.R.) area. 4298a. or. 27p. ; val. 249 1/. 

327 o 23 95 247 10 

531 3 28 92! 297 15 

1127 i 37 306 880 15 

492 o 26 81; 379 15 

49 o 4 ; 34 5 

600 2 2 IOIJ 412 10 



Condons and Clon- 
gibbons. 
Quit Rent Mount. 
Fermoy. 
Ballyguyroe, N. ... 
BaUyguyroe, S. ... 


1195 2 28 

830 o 23 
339 2 34 


io 

90 
81 


174 15 
78 15 

159 


Ballynoe 
Ballyshonock 
Farahy 
Meadstown 
Poulleagh 
Tankardstown ... 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 


69 


Fermoy Condons 3nd Clongibbons (E.R.) Total Ares, 34803. 3r. 25p. Val. 134707. $s. 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. B. P. 


Pop. 

1871. 


Val. 1874. 

X $' 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R P. 


Pop. 


V3 l3 ?' 


Ballyarthur 


126 3 35 


17 


164 o 


Coolmucky 


303 I 35 


21 


187 5 


Ballynoe 


148 o i 


II 


109 10 


Cullenagh 


.316 2 37 


47 


148 5 


Carrignagroghera, 








Duntahane, pt. (a) 


441 I 19 


78 


857 10 


part of (a) 


183 3 35 




2808 5 


Fermoy, part of (a) 


572 2 38 


84 7752 S 


Castlehyde 


213 o 35 


40 


245 o 


Grange, E. , pt. (a) 


233 I 27 


57 


437 S 


Coolcarron ... 353 o 27 6l 322 o 


Grange, West ... 


270 2 24 


18 


430 9 



(a) The remainder of this townland is in the township of Fermoy. 

Cananekinnefeake Imokilly (E.R.) Total Ares, I57ia. or. op. Val. 16037. 



Garranekinnefeake 4J42 3 13] 166 579 15 


Rostellan ...] 31 3 7 


II 5O 10 


Jamesbrook ... .247 I it 


45 312 o 


Scartlea, Lower... 


78 o 25 


32 


142 10 


Rathcoursey, East 


252 o i 


176! 246 o 


Scsrtlea, Upper... 


IO4 I 12 


37 


7o 15 


Rathcoursey, West 


214 2 7 


6o| 201 to 










Garrycloyne Barretts (E.R.) 


ares, 868a. 2r. 23p. ; val. 6387. 13.;. Musketry, East 


(E.R.) area, 49963. 2r. 


3 1 p. ; val. 622O7. 5-r. 




Barretts. 


Clogheenmilcon... 581 2 21 


41 949 o 


Garrycloyne 


426 3 37 


56 352 ii 


Curraghn3l3ght ... 


430 I 25 


88 337 15 


Knocknalyre 


441 2 26 


68 330 15 


Dawstown 


502 o 33 


47! 382 5 


East Muskery. 






Killowen 


601 3 17 


155 399 5 


Ardamadane 


237 o 38 


13 510 10 


Knockacorbally ... 


2l6 2 


31 160 o 


Ballygibbon 


450 2 18 


ii8j 691 15 


Knocknssuff 


/f/]^ O % 


134 325 o 


Ballynaraha 


277 1 22 


32 389 15 


Monacnapa 


268 I 16 


691 15 


Bawnnafmny 


80 2 22 


17 67 o 


Shean, Lower ... 


237 i 4 


23 


3i3 o 


Blarney 


206 I 38 


15 425 o 


Shean, Upper ... 


230 i ii 





352 15 


Boolypatrick 


232 o 36 


ii 198 10 






Garryvoe Imokilly (E.R.) Total Area, 16983. ir. i3p. Val. 1461^ 15^. 


Ballybutler 


327 3 i 


55 


289 15 


Garryvoe, Upper. 241 1 35 


151, 196 o 


Ballyhimikin 


3l8 I II 


132 


289 o 


Moanroe 


in i 23 


!i6 114 o 


Garryvoe, Lower . 


514 o 14 


143! 457 10 


Rathhaha 


185 i 9 


41 115 10 


Glanworth Condons and Clongibbons (E.R.) area, 34783. 3r. 9p. ; val. 2253^. ia>-. 


Fermoy (E.R.) area, 62Oia. 2r. 26p. ; val. 50537. IGJ. 




Condons and Clon- 








Ballylegsn 


387 o 16 


57 295 5 


gibbons. 








Ballynamona 


424 2 33 


23 38 15 


Bally Beg 


92 2 19 


8 


35 5 


Ballynamohgaree . 


2OI I 2O 


5 155 o 


Ballykerrly 


141 3 16 


16 


114 o 


Ballynaraha 


269 2 16 


48 174 10 


Ballynacaheragh . 


248 i 26 


34 


173 5 


Ballynoe, West ... 


44 2 3 


6 30 15 


Ballynahow 








Boherash 


259 2 25 


34, 258 10 


(MurroghJ 


122 I 26 


22 


105 10 


Clontinty 


148 I 15 


25 132 o 


Ballynahow 








Corbally 


372 o 5 75; 278 5 


(Spiers) 


174 2 31 


24 


135 15 


Curraghagally, N. 


282 o 39! 63 147 10 


Ballynoe, East ... 


92 2 6 


21 65 15 


Curraghagally, S. 


140 2 12 


2 4 


79 15 


Bally volock 


148 2 18! J6 163 o 


Curraghoo Beg ... 


291 2 2 


60 


188 o 


Caherdrinny 


826 i 24! 126 


349 IS 


Curraghoo More. . . 


198 o 39 


19 


144 5 


Cornhill 


343 o 4 


34 


221 IO 


Glanworth 


435 o 5 


55 


73i 15 


Gortnahown 


574 i ' 


46 


227 5 


Killeagh 


33i 2 18 


52 


218 o 


Manning 


393 3 6 


38 


343 i5 


Laght 


131 3 23 


20 


IOO 


Newgrove 


320 o 32 


67 


288 15 


Moneen 


277 o 30 


36 


2IO IO 


Fermoy. 








Rathdangan 


69 21 


II 


61 5 


Ballintantassig ... 


102 1 6 


16 


79 o 


Sandville 


47O 2 25 


IOO 


343 o 


Ballyclogh 


686 o 26 


84 


617 o 


String 


240 20 


47 


169 o 


Ballykeating 


437 2 27 


62 


33 1 I0 










Gortroe Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, 90433. or. ip. Val. 50707. 15.*. 


Ballinterry 


3" i 35 


90, 245 o 


Ballynakilla ... 227 I II 


52 166 5 


Ballinure 


34 i 39 


60 i 69 o 


Ballynanelagh 


241 i 39 


45 


175 10 


Ballinvarrig, East. 


21 o 32 16 10 


Ballynoe 


237 o 14 


19 


128 10 


Ballinvarrig, West 


196 3 as 24 155 o 


Ballyogha, East... 


81 o 33 




13 10 


Ballinwillin 


35i 3 ii 


57 187 o 


Ballyogha, North. 79 o 19 





3 15 


Ballyda ... 287 2 II 


52 181 o Ballyogha, West..' 607 3 31 


68 240 5 



70 PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 


Gortroe contd. Barony of Barry more (E.R ) 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. Va!. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. jVal. 1874. 




A. R. P. 


1871. 


A 




A. R. P. 1071. 


A * 


Ballyoneen 


171 I 31 


25 


"4 15 


Hightown 


404 i 3 42 


256 10 


Ballyrobert 


374 2 31 


40 


215 5 


Hollyhill 


in o 6 


54 


112 IO 


Baneena, North .. 


100 3 27 


4 


88 15 


Killamurren 


333 o 39 


45 


206 10 


Eamena, South ... 


116 o 38 


42 74 o 


Knockeenagroagh. 


739 3 2 9 46 


268 


CaherJesert 


235 o 32 


22 


127 5 


Knocknabooly 


142 3 36 18 


129 15 


Caherduggan 


115 o 26 


7 63 15 


Knoppoge 


" 3 39 25 


7 5 


Clykeel, North ... 


250 i 23 


18 


164 15 


Lackabeha, East.. 


126 2 39 


30 


89 15 


Clykeel, South ... 


92 3 19 


3i 


62 15 


Lackabeha, West. 


97 2 20 


50 o 


Commons 


9 3 16 


15 


2 15 


Lissurla 


173 3 5 


21 


"i 5 


Cronavan 


195 o 14 


ii 


104 o 


Mellefontstown ... 


566 i 7 


37 


355 o 


Curraghard 


106 i 13 


ii 


59 o 


Monananig 


7i3 i 30 


67 


176 10 


Curraghlibbode ... 


98 2 12 


14 


61 10 


Peafield 


22 2 





4 5 


Desert -. 


296 o 3 


3i 


181 15 


Rathaneague 


36o I 33 


ii 


211 5 


Garrantaggart ... 


106 2 3O : 15 66 5 


Rathcobane 


21 2 2O 


4 


14 10 


Grenagh Barretts (E.R.) area, 13202^ 3r. 25p. ; val. 794 7/. 13^. Mnskery, East 


(E.R.) area, 354a. 3r. 


4p. ; val. S8l/. 5-r. 




Barretts. 








Kilmona 


771 2 24 


156 


86 1 10 


Ballyfadeen Beg... 


234 o 8 


13 106 o 


Knockantota, N... 


340 i 7 


IO 


208 10 


Ballyfadeen More. 


468 3 34 


56: 244 o 


Knockantota, S ... 


407 i 10 


58 


172 5 


Ballyfireen 


234 3 H 


48 126 5 


Knocknabehy 


516 3 12 


81 


281 o 


Ballyglass 


355 * 12 


36 116 15 


Lissard 


ii2i i 37 


201 


773 5 


Ballygrogan 


4*i 3 36 


44 283 10 


Lissavoura 


488 i 10 


64 


595 10 


Ballyhilloge 


954 o 22 


138 624 15 


Lyradane 


1481 I 20 


1 66 


417 o 


Ballymorisheen ... 


824 138 


MS 


395 5 


Maulrane 


214 2 15 


43 


83 IS 


Ballyvaloon 


592 3 26 


104 310 15 


Monalahy 


2O2 3 29 


5 


95 10 


Commons 


575 o 34 


160 in 13 


Newcastle 


477 o 8 


79 


297 15 


Garryadeen .., 


264 3 H 


49 HO 15 


Rathduff 


799 3 3 


1 80 


662 10 


Glancam 


527 * 9 


47 539 1 


Muskery, East. 








Grenagh, North... 


476 i 17 


136 276 5 


Ballymartin 


354 3 4 


65 


58i 5 


Grenagh, South... 


390 3 6 


82' 217 15 











Hackmys Orrery and Kilmore (E.R.) Ballysallagh area, 633. ir. 35p. ; pop. 75; 
val. 661. ioj. 
The remainder of the parish of Hackmys is in the barony of Coshma, county Limerick. 



Ightermurragh Imokilly (E.R.) Total Area, 5555a. 2r. 4p. Val. 4645^. 5*. 


Ballincourlea 


144 3 3 


35 ioo 15 


Gortnahomna Beg 


30 2 16 


! loo u 


Ballindinis 


37 3 24 


28 


29 15 


GortnahomnaM're 


96 i 38 


3 


*34 5 


Ballyhonock 


347 3 34 


79 


243 o 


Ightermurragh ... 


356 2 27 


44 


285 15 


Ballyling 


114 319 


10 


96 o 


Imokishy 


89 2 2 




_T * 

65 10 


Barn field ... 


78 3 6 


26 


54 o 


Kilbeg 


189 2 10 


23 


132 10 


Bridgefield 


196 o 15 


27 


157 


Kilcraheen 


317 3 4 


68 


251 5 


Bridgetown 


177 3 21 





I/O 


Knockane 


93 2 33 


8 


71 10 


Carew's-wood ... 


112 I 25 


ii 


1 68 10 


Knockglass 


554 3 33 


*63 


384 10 


Carrigarostig 


103 3 26 


28 


90 15 


Lady's Bridge ... 


4 3 12 





27 10 


Castlerichard 


293 i 38 


58 


275 15 


Lisquinlan 


756 3 8 


158 


572 


Clonmaine 


348 21 


49 


261 15 


Monacreagh 


193 o 10 


47 


147 15 


Dower 


3 i 4 


72 31 15 


Parknahyla 


116 2 5 


34 


81 o 


Dromadda Beg ... 


219 i 7 


38 261 o 


Rathcallan 


244 12 


49 


*97 5 


Dromadda, East... 


8 330 


i 7 10 


Schoolgardens ... 


29 3 23 


7 


'9 5 


Garrymore 


266 i 8| 43 ; 227 o 











Imphrick Fermoy (E.R.) area, 3i4Sa. or. 36p. ; val. 2586*. icxr. Orrery and Kilmore 
(E.R.) area, g66a. 2r. 5p. ; val. 99I/. ior. 



Fermoy. 
Aghaburren 
Ballyhoura ' ... 
Ballynageragh ... 
Caherconnor 
Dromin 
Imphrick ... 


220 3 14 
838 o 32 
324 i 30 
213 3 7 

106 2 12 

tSi 3 38 


18 
18 

229 
50 

22 

i 


198 15 

306 10 
371 10 

2O2 O 

115 o 

366 o 


Lisballyhay 
Loughlea 
Shinanagh 
On ery &-' Kilmore 
Castlewrixon 
Castlewrixon, S... 


5H 3 17,' 73 
432 i o, 48 
312 i 6j 67 

99 i 19 61 
867 26 22 
1 


390 o 
261 10 
375 5 

189 10 
802 o 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Inch Imokilly (E.R.)- Total Area, 3822a. 2r. 6p. Val. 37327. 5s. 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P 


1 Pop. Val. 1874. 
1871. , s. 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. T 


Pop. Val. 1874. 
. 1871. | s. 


Ballyfin 


355 o 3: 


> t>5 356 15 


Inch 


.387 33 


\. 107 412 o 


Ballykenefick 


195 2 it 


1 44 165 10 


Lahard 


. 321 2 2< 


) 145 257 15 


Ballymacandrick. 


155 O 2t 


45 121 15 


Lugfree .. 


92 2 I( 


) 46 2OI 5 


Ballyshane 


458 3 i 


146] 400 5 


Lissanly 


169 I 32 


> 42.' 78 5 


Ballytibbot 


292 3 3/ 


74 


241 10 


Shanahee 


. 168 3 : 


! 49 175 o 


Canigacrump 


195 3 3? 


43 


176 10 


Tullagh 


27 3 2; 


IS 1 3i 15 


Carriglusky 


79 3 25 




80 o 


Tullaheen Beg .. 


43 o 3c 


> 8: 25 o 


Castlemary 


587 o 27 


92 


75 


Tullaheen More.. 


67 i 33 


1 6 47 o 


Coolbea 


222 2 30 55 


212 O 






Inchigeelagh Cartery, East, W.D. (W.R.) area, 5576a. ir. I7p. ; val. 731^. los. 


Muskery, West (W.R.) area, 3983ga. or. 4p. ; val. 5530^. 5s. 


Carbery,E.,W.D. 








Derrygortnaclogy . 


173 3 o 


i7| 29 5 


Cloghev 


442 i 10 


45 


79 10 


Derryleigh 


400 3 2 


58 63 5 


Coolcaum 


230 o 14 


15 


25 15 


Derrynagree 


320 i 16 


13 19 o 


Coolmountain 


963 i 3 


108 


158 o 


Derryriordane, N. 


205 2 12 


i5 IS 5 


Lackabawn 


372 o 36 


52 


62 15 


Derryriordane, S . 


332 o 6 


8| 20 o 


Moneylea 


249 3 38 


it 


16 5 


Derry vacorneen . . . 


439 2 


ii 


33 10 


Shanacrene, East . 


866 o 35 


H3 


146 10 


Derry valeen 


198 3 3 


35 


19 o 


Shanacrene, West 


528 i 2} 


35 


58 10 


Derry vane 


353 3 16 


54 


38 15 


Shehy Beg 


720 i i 


6 


12 IO 


Dooneens 


75i 2 13 


1C 


39 15 


Shehy More 


645 2; 


6 


IO 10 


Dromanallig 


328 20 


124 


79 5 


Tooreen 


152 o 10 


17 


29 10 


Dromcarra, North 


230 2 21 


60' III IO 


Tullagh 


406 I 15 


60 


131 15 


Dromcarra, South 


276 I II 


57 


129 5 


Ahiskery, West 








Dromnagapple . . 


135 3 12 


34 


40 o 


Augeris 


793 i 17 


109 


105 o 


Garryantornora .. 


264 o 37 


ii 


30 10 


Bargarriff 


344 o 9 


21 


25 o 


Garrynapeaka .. 


188 o 35 


15 


20 10 


Cahernacaha 


733 3 3i 


70 


119 o 


Glasheen 


130 o i 


22 


70 o 


Cappanaminna ... 


99 o 9 


4 


9 10 


Glebe 


249 3 8 


44 


59 o 


Cappanclare 


181 i 30 





54 o 


Gortafludig 


644 i 34 


51 


54 15 


Carrig 


"9 3 34 


c 


9 o 


Gortaknockane ... 


191 i 36 


15 


24 o 


Carrigbaun 


342 i 32 


22 


25 5 


Gortaneadin 


308 I 20 


5 


32 10 


Carrigleigh 


246 i 10 


14 


102 5 


Gortatanavally . . . 


218 3 4 


28 


32 15 


Carrignacurra ... 


446 i 26 


73 


162 10 


Gortaveer 


436 3 o 


36 


27 5 


Carrignadoura . . . 


422 3 25 


66 


92 10 


Gorteenadrolane. . 


125 2 32 


18 


30 o 


Carrignamuck ... 


3O2 2 22 


ii 


27 15 


Gorteenakilla 


423 3 25 


93 


102 15 


Carrignaneelagh . . . 


154 o 29 


30 


82 10 


Gortnacarriga 


595 o 25 


21 


44 10 


Cleanrath, North. 


564 3 39 


16 


32 


Gortnahoughtee . . . 


735 3 ii 


95 


101 5 


Cleanrath, South . 


878 o 10 


41 


48 10 


Gortnaloughra ... 


224 o 28 


H 


13 15 


Cloughboola 


743 i 2 


H 


47 15 


Gortnalour 


487 o 18 


94 


84 o 


Cloonshear Beg . . . 


182 o 13 


25 


52 o 


Gortnamona 


136 o 24 


6 


14 o 


Cloonshear More . 


448 2 7 


18 


2 5 5 


Gortnarea 


282 i 7 


26 


30 5 


Cooleen 


351 o 18 


X 9 


ICO O 


Gortsmoorane ... 


186 o 32 


26 


91 5 


Coolnacrannagh . . . 


121 3 17 


30 


69 10 


Graigue 


594 o 10 


70 


79 15 


Coolroe, East 


287 i o 


34 


53 IS 


Gurteenflugh 


235 3 3i 


33 


50 5 


Coolroe, West ... 


i4 i 33 


16 


20 15 


jurteenowen 


142 i 38 


21 


43 o 


Coomdorragha ... 


109 2 23 


ii 


15 5 


[llauninagh, East. 


186 2 39 


4 


22 O 


Coomlibane 


556 I 22 


12 


21 15 


Illauninagh, West 


456 o 37 


58 


93 o 


Coomroe 


953 3 10 


21 


25 10 


fnchi Beg .* 


447 i 13 


23 


38 10 


Coorageenane ... 


572 o 33 


46 


68 5 


[nchideraille 


277 i 20 


27 


36 10 


Coornahahilly , . . 


594 i 8 


36 


53 o 


[nchigeelagh 


105 o 7 


4 


50 15 


Coorolagh 


2OI I 12 


27 


3i 5 


tnchigrady 


458 i 35 


39 


66 15 


Cornery 


357' i " 


14 


42 15 


[nchi More 


6O2 2 13 


41 


61 15 


Curraheen 


255 3 13 


31 


33 15 


tnchinaneave 


353 3 3 


95 


95 o 


Currahy 


1075 o 34 


148 


183 o 


[nchineill 


3" 3 33 


49 


96 15 


Derreen 


355 o 32 


34 


38 15 


Inchinossig 


33i i 20 


5' 


49 10 


Derreenabourky. . . 


280 2 I 


33 


24 15 


Kealvaugh Beg ... 


229 3 4 


18 


20 5 


Derreenclodig ... 


204 i 3 


5 


18 o 


Kealvaugh More.. 


390 3 3- 


34 


54 10 


Dereendonee 


438 i 8 


14 


IO 10 


eamcorravooly . . . 


415 o 2 


41 


58 15 


Derreenglass 


454 o 31 


10 


IO 


ICilbarry 


166 o 17 


32 


61 5 


Derreenlunnig . . . 


542 2 13 


18 


21 5 


K.ilmore 


417 3 ii 


84 


116 10 


Derreenacusha ... 


327 3 37 


H 


13 o 


Lackabaun ... 


396 i 16 


29 


31 5 


Derrineanig 


743 3 24 


49 


57 5 


^agneeve 


102 2 19 


12 


14 o 



72 PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 

Inchigeelagh -contd. Baronies of Carbery, East (\V.R.), and Muskery, West (W.R.) 



Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. 


Val. 1874. 


Townlands. Area ' 


Pop. 


Val. 1874. 




A. R. P. 


1871. 


t. 




A. R P. 


1871 


* 


Lyreiiageeha 


484 2 39 


40 


50 5 


Scrahan, More .. 


187 o 23 


17 


19 10 


Maulmore 


207 2 II 


10 


13 10 


Silvergrove 


395 * 6 


44 


38 5 


Milleen 


342 2 25 


6 9 


161 10 


Teeranassig 


294 I 36 


4i 


75 10 


Milmorane 


431 2 17 


21 


21 15 


Teergay 


235 3 3i 


38 


96 10 


Monvaddra 


476 3 * 


56 


66 ro 


Tooreenalour 


532 i 26 


H 


3<> 15 


Rathgaskig 


607 3 i 


24 


51 10 


Tooreenduff 


437 2 26 


24 


29 15 


Rossalougha 


923 2 34 


36 


40 o 


Tooreenlahard ... 


139 2 8 


16 


14 5 


Rossmore 


492 3 3 


98, 106 o 


Tooreennanean ... 


2OI 2 7 


6 


19 o 


Scrahan ... 130 3 15 


7' 15 '5 


Turnaspidogy 


827 i 35 


82 


108 o 



Inchinabacky Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, I475a. ir. 22p. Val. 15597. 



Bilberry 

Churchtown 

Clashduff 



609 in 
105 i i 
237 2 19] 



388 5 j Harrisgrove 
1 20 o I Roxbo rough 
394 islStumphill 



38 2 6, 

124 2 2O 

360 o 5] 



79 



181 o 
447 o 



Innishannon Carbery, East, E.D. (W.R.) area, 283ia. or. 34p. ; val. 22O9/. 
Kinalea (E.R.) area, 432oa. or. 2gp. ; val. 3959^. lor. 



EastCarbtry,E.D. 








Barna 


429 2 24 


U 102 


242 10 


Ardnaclug 


2O2 O O 


49 


55 5 


Clouracaun 


244 o 4 


2 3 


91 10 


Bally mountain ... 


533 i 39 


83 


328 o 


Coolmoreen 


391 2 32 


92 


280 15 


Curranure 


362 i 27 


60 


437 10 


Crosses 


143 I 12 


10 


131 5 


Dromkeen 


973 o 37 


"3 


466 o 


Curra 


253 2 22 


70 


287 10 


Farranagow 


99 i 12 


1 7 


58 5 


Dunkereen 


454 o 20 


33 


487 10 


Knockroe 


601 2 16 


Si 


3i9 15 


Famahoe 


398 i 6 


89 


492 15 


Skevanish 


359 o 23 


93 


43 o 


Killeen 


280 3 ii 


69 


330 5 


Tideway of Ban- 








Killounlane 


245 2 15 


33 


160 o 


don River 






4 o 


Knockmullane .. 


183 2 27 


26 


108 10 


Kinalea. 








Laherfineen 


139 o 32 




49 5 


Annagh More ... 


468 i 31 


40 


53' 10 


Rathnaruogy 


421 I 31 


48 


266 o 


Bally coghlan 


266 I 2 


24 


126 5 











Inishcarra Muskery, East (E.R ) Total Area, loioxsa. or. 6p. Val. 63247. 



Agharinagh 


763 2 8 


338; 679 5 


Gortatray ... 147 i 33 44 


75 5 


Ardrum 


596 i 17 


63! 603 o 


Gurteen 


176 3 12; 14 


no 15 


Ballyanley 


498 2 8 


124! 329 o 


Inishleena 


60 o 35! 2ij 62 15 


Ballymacoo ... 


243 o 26 


25 HI 15 


Kilblaffer 


566 3 31' 107 


267 5 


Ballyshoneen 


685 o i 


170, 429 5 


Kilmurry 


25 i 9 


6 


15 o 


Bettings 


1056 3 12 


246; 490 5 


Knockane 


280 2 32 


60 


118 10 


Bridgestown 


276 3 34 


132 


188 10 


Knocknamarriff . . . 


I9i 3 23 33 


115 10 


Callas 


352 12 


82 


189 10 


Lisladeen ... 422 I 2 50 


189 15 


Carhue 


39i o 39 


48 


212 


Lismahane 


161 3 13 42 


83 >5 


Carryknaveen . . . 


234 ij 


65 


169 5 


Lisnashandrum, E. 


129 2 35 


29 


72 o 


Currabeha 


326 2 Oi 


82 


216 5 


Lisnashandrum, W 


102 I 21 


9 


60 o 


Curraleigh 


372 o 39^ 


90 


209 5 


Magooly 


432 3 2 


127 


261 10 


Dromgownagh ... 


2OO 2 30 


27 


97 10 


Moneyflugh 


224 i 7 


47 


127 5 


Faha 


443 o 10 


126 


274 


Ragrellah 


358 o 9 


54 


159 10 


Garravagh ... 469 o 25 


129 


372 5 











Inishkenny Cork (E R.) area, 2899a. 2r. I5p. ; val. 30817. Muskery, East (E.R.) 
area, 9583. 2r. i6p. ; val. 5g8/. IQJ. 



Cork. 
Ardarostig 
Ballinveltig 
Ballinvoultig 
Ballinvrinsig 
Ballymah 
Curraheen 
Inishkenny ... 


242 3 17 

205 2 22 

189 2 5 

319 I 28 

369 3 13 
196 o 18 
212 i 33 


45 348 o 

65 201 15 

34 123 o 

42,1 217 o 

87 566 15 

15 248 5 
46 303 10 


Kilmurriheen 
Knockajisheen ... 
Knocknamallav'ge 
Rochfordstown ... 
Musktry, East. 
Ballyleigh 
Oldabbey 
Sraleigh 


218 i 6 
225 2 4 
181 i 32 
538 o 27 

445 3 28 
347 3 19 
164 3 12 


35: "o 10 

34 184 10 

II 121 5 

105 656 10 
84 227 5 

21 218 15 

45 '52 10 






PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 73 


Island CaYbery, East E.D. (w.R.) area, iffla. or. i6p. ; val. 866. Ibane and 


Barryroe (W.R.) area, isoga. ir. I7p. ; val. 95I/. 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. 
1871 


Val. 1874. 
s. 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. P. P. 


Pop 

1871 


Val. 1874. 
*. 


Cart>ery,E., E.D. 








Balteenbrack 


33 2 I2 K 


) 27 o 


Cashelisky 


368 3 19 


53 


167 5 


Brittas 


2 I 7| * 


I 


Cloheen 


80 I 29 


22 


58 10 


Brittas, North .. 


62 2 6i 23 


37 5 


Kilbree 


284 I 32 


53 


156 10 


Brittas, South .. 


55 2 5 g 


25 10 


Lackenagobidane . 


48 o 14 


12 


35 5 


Caherlarhig 


197 i 9 27 


97 5 


Youghals 


109 3 30 


49 


132 o 


Creboy 


50 O 22 U 


46 10 


Islands in Clona- 








Drombeg 


81 2 5 


25 


45 o 


klity Bay :. 








Duneen ... 


185 3 9 85! 131 5 


Inchydoney ... 
One other 


474 3 * 

2 II 


79 


316 10 


Dunmore 
Dunowen ... 


226 2.20J 97J 154 o 
56 3 " 59 77 10 


Ibaite 6 Barryroe 









Lonagh ... 


33 3 34 33 20 15 


Alndelake 


91 2 39 


99 


rot 15 


Pallas 


25 133 


4 is o 


Ballyluck 


177 I 2 


65 140 o 


Rineen 


28 1.23 


6' 28 5 


Kilbolane -Orrery and Kilmore (E.R.)-Area, gSSSa. 3r. Sp.. Val. 5725?. 


Acres ... 


53 3 38 


18 


25 15 


Knockeen 


141 i 18 


7 


57 10 


Ballagharea 


3 r 4 3 39 


45 


203 5 


Knocknavorab.ee . 


97 3 22 


4 


30 15 


Ballinla 


634 * 25 


98 


3" 5 


Knockough 


242 i 24 


21 


101 15 


Ballyhane, Low. . 


259 3 i 


34 


129 5 


Kyle 


181 3 21 


16 


92 5 


Ballyhane, Up. ... 


167 o 5 


22 


122 10 


Laragh 


542 o 26 


68 


285 3 


Castlelishen 


282 o 29 


44 


159 15 


Lyragh 


171 i 32 


26 


69 o 


Cloonee 


153 3 H 


27 


81 o 


Maine, North ... 


815 2 7 


102 


389 5 


Concealment 


87 i 29 


7 


33 10 


Maine, South 


493 o ID 


70 


337 15 


Coolnagour 


229 I 22 


48 


188 15 


Moanabricka 


306 2 16 


84 


129 10 


Cromoge 


559 2 37 


198 


309 10 


Moanarnane 


179 1.9 


28 


80 15 


Curra ... 


187 2 3 


10 


55 o 


Moanavraca 


209 i 6 


2O 


I2O 15 


Delliga ./. 


182 o 30 


16 


83 5 


Moanroe 


lib I 2O 


8 


59 10 


Doony 


3O2 2 I 




245 15 


Prohust 


609 3 24 


98 


397 15 


Gortnaheedy 


28 2 4 


7 


17 5 


Scart 


221 2 4 


47 


159 15 


Gortnagoul 


338 3 29 


74 


247 5 


Seeds 


276 2 17 


5i 


150 o 


Kilbolane 


420 i 20 


133 


426 10 


Shonepookeen . . . 


276 I 28 


86 


134 15 


Kimore 


334 * 6 


62 


158 15 


Teeracurra 


H3 o 15 


8 


120 5 


Kinteera 


52 2 38 12 


30 IS 


Trienieragh 


270 I 16 68 


184 S 



The remainder of the parish of Kilbolane is in the barony of Connello, Upper, county of Limerick. 
Kilbonane Muskery, East (E.R.) Total Area, 47O9a. 3r. 32p. Val. 25987. ioj. 



Aherla Beg 


421 I II 


103 312' 5 


Parkmore 


172 2 21 24 82 o 


Aherla More 


379 3 7 


133 244 10 


Rathard 


773 3 29 232 603 s 


Cloghduff 


239 * 4 


49 


139 o 


Rathcullen 


22$ 23 19 132 


Curragheenbrien . . 


209 i 29 


3i 


95 15 


Rathfelane, 


237 330 53 


118 o 


Kilbonane 


185 2 24 


61 


109 10 


Rearour 


601 2 8 93 


213 10 


Knockaneleigh ... 


284 o 13 


34 103 o 


Scart, Lower ... 


i9 3 5 23 


76 5 


Knockawaddra ... 


228 3 10 


53 


"3 5 


Scart, Upper 


301 2 5 42 


133 o 


Knocknahilan ... 


338 3 23 


27 


123 5 








Kilbrin Duhallow (E.R.) Total Area, 126303. 3r. I7p. Val. 83797. SJ. 


Ballybane 


488 o 37 


45 


250 o 


Clash 


139 3 26 


56 


85 10 


Ballygrady, Nth. 


354 i 18 


32 


233 5 


Cloghboola 


4" o 33 


63 


246 5 


Ballygrady, Sth. 


298 o 18 


25 


207 5 


Clonrobin 


545 * 3 


61 


356 15 


Ballyheen Mid. ... 


142 3 30 


22 


138 ID 


Coolageela, Et. ... 


473 2 ii 


4i 


274 15 


Ballyheen, Nth. ... 
Ballyheen, Sth. ... 


142 i 28 

154 2 I 


9 
15 


89 10 
142 o 


Coolageela, Wt. ... 
Coolmahane 


334 3 16 
197 o ii 


40 
28 


217 15 
"7 15 


Bally hest, East ... 


55 2 32 


17 


45 15 


Coolnahilla 


135 * 3 


19 


82 o 


Ballyhest, West... 
Ballymacpierce ... 


88 i 2 

222 2 31 


18 
43 


76 Corbally 
165 SiCurragh 


468 3 26 
259 o 7 


36 

35 


283' o 
190 10 


Ballynoe 
Balliphilibeen ... 


169 o 37 
225 i 29 


28 
9 


101 15 Curraghs 
164 o Curraheen 


5*3 3 24 
606 3 29 


72 
105 


3i8 15 
350 10 


Ballyrusheen 


378 o 32 


149 


301 o 


Dromin 


90 i 17 


2q 


74 10 


Bawnmore, Nth. . 


443 i 35 


90 


279 15 


Drominagore 


405 i 8 76 


241 15 


Bawnmore, Sth.... 
Castlecor Demense 


729 i i 
548 3 24 


66 
76 


401 10 , Garranmacgarrett 
516 O| Garrison 


323 3 37 
471 o 25 


64 
71 


95 5 
300 5 



74 PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 

Kilbrin contd. Barony of Du hallow (E. R.) 



Townlands. A^K*" p 


1871. 


Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. K P. 


Pop 

1871 


Val. 7874. 


Kilbarry 


498 I 26 


117 


407 10 


Lackeel ... 


159 I 27 


26) 127 o 


Knockagolig ...j 504 I 23 


87 


287 5 


Mahanagh 


35 3 " 


18 


80 o 


Knockaholert ...' 339 o 7 


26 


223 o 


Marybrook 


171 o 7 


61 


156 10 


Knockardfree ... 365 2 6 


64 


224 15 


Rathnagard 


239 0.35 


35 


140 5 


Knockballymartin 327 O 19 


ib 


219 6 


Springville 


72 on 


3c 


67 5 


Kilbrittain Carbery, East, E.D., (W.R) Total Area, 475oa. ir. i8p. Val. 2176;. 5-r. 


Bally Beg 


26l 236' 48 


101 IO 


Killanamaul 


220 I 34 


22 


83 10 


Bally More ... 


418 2. O 63 


172 10 


Kilshinahan 


528 2 8 


I 4 2 


260 o 


Baltinakin 


333 i. 8 70 


142 15 


KnockbroWn 


312 o- 3 


4 6 


148 15 


Baurleigh ... 


885 0.37 "5 


322 o 


Knoppoge 


567 1-14 


56 


152 o 


Coolshinagh 


181 Q. 7 40 


76 o 


Maulmane 


219 3 36 


4 6 


96 o 


Cripplehill 


93 a. 3 '4 


54 15 


Maulskinlahane ... 


245 223 


31 


94 5 1 


Kilbrittain ... 483 o 9 112 471 '15 




Kilbrogan Kinalmeaky (W.R.) Total Area, 7577a. ir. 34p. Val. 87207. $s. 


Callatrim * 


625 i 38 


129 506 10 Knockbrogan,p ( a ) 


126 6'25| 


501077 o 


Carhoon, East ... 


273 i 19 


41 


163 o 


Laragh 


609 i '19 


89 369 15 


Carhoon, West ... 


530 $ 5 




275 15 


Lisnabauree 


227 2" 20J 


29 


96 o 


Coolfadda, pt. (a) 


265 0.15 


20 


2794 10 


Littlesilver 


177 231 


31 


135 


Curryclogh 


365 o.i 


71 


315 10 


Mallowgaton 


327 230; 


4 8 


148 15 


Derrycool 


408 3 19 


87 


257 15 


Mishells 


604 2 '38 


92 


483 10 


Gurteen 


578 21 


114 


364 o 


Roughgrove, E 


40O I ' 13' 


86 


277 o 


Kilbeg, North ... 


216 3 14 36 


199 10 


Roughgrove, W. ... 


375 2 '12 


50 


183 5 


Kilbeg, South ... 


182 o 20 28 


169 15 


Shinagh 


471 2 4 


59 


282 15 


Kilbrogan, pt. ( a j* 367 3 21 273 


543 o 


Tullyglass ..J 218 o'li 


27 


78 o 


The remainder of this townland is in the township of Bandon. 





Kilbroney Orrery and Kilmore (E.R.) Total Area, i876a. ir. 32p. Val. 1945^. IOJ - 



Ballincurrig 


327 2 12 


64 


273 15 


Kilbroney 


144 i -ii 25 221 o 


Ballinguile 


361 o ii 


39 


648 15 


Knockroundaly ... 


173 2 30 23 92 10 


Ballynatrilla 


237 3 36 


58 


164 10 


Liskelly 


in 0-34! n 104 o 


Bally vorisheen . . . 


151 o 3 


61 


125 5 


Templeconnell ... 


226 2 30 


1C 


191 5 


Jordanstown 


142 3 25 


16 


124 10 










Kilcaskan Bear (W.R.) Area, 35iO4a. 3r. 22p. Val. 2613^. I2j. 


Adrigole 


293 o 19 


79 


50 15 


Curraduff 


218 3 33 


3 


9 o 


Ballynahown 


135 i J5 





9 5 


Curragh, East ... 


369 o 9 


39 


3' 5 


Ballynakilla 


32 o 14 


13 


6 10 


Curragh, West ... 


22 3 25 


15 


6 10 


Bawn 


205 i 6 


40 


38 10 


Currakeal 


124 o 26 


n 


8 5 


Bocarnagh 


335 3 36 


81 


28 5 


Currakillane 


381 I II 


54 


33 5 


Canrooska 


590 o 30 


ii 


23 5 


Derreen, Lower... 


560 I 29 


34 


23 o 


Canshanavoe 


1365 o 6 


24 


22 15 


Derreen, Upper... 


588 3- i 


68 


34 


Cappaleigh, North| 123 I I 


24 


24 5 


Derreenacarrin ... 


940 i o 


77 


30 o 


Cappaleigh, South) 115 2 19 


42 


20 5 


Derreenagarrig ... 


144 2 17 


17 


10 IO 


Cappanaparka, E. 


171 o 5 


44 


26 5 


Derreenavroonig. . 


150 3 3i 


5 


8 id 


Cappanaparka, W. 


273 3 7 


ii 


16 15 


Derreenboy, Lwr. 


374 2 28 




11 5 


Cappyaughna 


136 o 4 


77 


58 12 


Derreenboy, Up... 


432 o 26 


12 


12 10 


Carrigrour 


241 i o 


39 


24 10 


Derreennagough. . 


368 2 5 


II 


10 5 


Clasluluff 


1066 o 9 


22 


21 


Derreeny 


406 2 9 


70 


42 o 


Clydagh 


86 o 39 


18 


12 


Derryconnery 


528 i 3 


65 


18 5 


Coolieragh 


533 o 9 


69 


31 5 


Derrylough 


295 2 23 


49 


22 15 


Coomarkane 


2034 o 29 


78 


41 15 


Derrynafulla 


76l I 26 


34 


20 5 


Coomgira 


953 2 '26 


34 


32 10 


Doorus 


184 o 18 


29 


17 10 


Coonane 


7'5 3 36 


18 


38 10 


Dromagowlane ... 


240 2 O 


81 


42 5 


Coorannel 


543 2 24 


22 


21 


Dromateebara ... 


171 1-14 


34 


16 o 


Crooha, East 


293 3 9 


39 


40 5 


Dromderawn 


86 3- 6 


n 


17 15 


Crooha, Middle .. 


183 i ii 


46 


40 10 


Dromdour 


33 3 7 





*5 o 


Crooha, West ... 


205 o 29 


46 


38 10 


Dromgarvan 


230 i 6 


53 


36 5 


Crossterry, East... 


347 o 38 


29 


15 15 


Drumaclarig 


117 o 26 


5 


16 5 


Crosterry, West... 1050 2 4 


91 


44 o 


Dnimlave 


384 2 


121 87 10 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Kilcaskan contd. Barony of Bear (W.R.) 



Townlands. 


Area. I Pop 

A. R. P. '1871 


. Val. 1874 
* 


Townlands. . Area ' f ?>P- Val 1874. 

A. R. P. ' tf7I. f. S. 


Esknamucky 


153 2 2 


i 


' 27 5 


Lyre 


201 i 37 29 18 5 


F"aha, East 


120 3 i( 


3 4 


1 39 5 


Monteensudder .. 


130 i 31 41 34 5 


Faha, West 


250 3 i. 


> H 


3 74 5 


Muccurragh 


309 2 


5 40 23 o 


Furkeal 


444 2 K 


) 12 


1 42 5 


Reen 


40 2 22 2 


i -?8 10 


Glingarriff 


74 o 2 


, 


* 35 15 


Reenabulliga 


334 o 36 55 35 o 


Glenough 


1726 2 28 2! 


5 20 10 


Reenmeen, East.. 


133 i 33 i? 55 15 


Gortroe, Lower .. 


96 I iJ 


5 I 


[ 14 o 


Reenmeen,West.. 


104 2 1 8 46 54 o 


Gortroe, Upper .. 


77 o 3 


i 


* 17 15 


Roosk 


437 o 39! 97 40 15 


Illauncreagh 


C 


) - 


9 o 


Rossnagrena 


429 o 18; 6 


t 57 IS 


Inchintaggart 


145 3 is 


' 4 


33 IS 


Rossnashunsoge.. 


160 o 18 47 20 6 


Inchintaglin 


1140 2 


S< 


>. 42 15 


Rougham ... 1068 o 8 39 18 o 


Kealagowlane .. 


787 i 35 


V 


' 35 o 


Shrone 


394 i 24' 22' 29 10 


Keelatrasna 


156 3 12 


5* 


> 32 o 


Skehil 


323 o 39 ; 25 51 10 


Kilcaskan 


942 2 2C 


41 40 15 


Tooreen 


556 o 14 35 25 o 


Kildromalive 


425 3 27 


60 28 o 


Tooreenagrena .. 


504 3 26 26 16 5 


Killenough 


83 2 C 


15 15 15 


Tracashel 


166 2 15 39 16 15 


Lackavane 


620 3 3 


35 21 10 


Trafrask, East ... 


194 o 16 82 24 o 


Leahill 


376 I 24 


34 21 15 


Trafrask, West ... 


122 o 22 99 J 36 o 


Leitrim Beg 


173 3 37 


15 22 10 


Uiusker 


8 3 33l 7 3i JO 


Leitrim More 


93 o 15 27 37 15 


Roancarrig More. 


(a) 


4 20 5 


Lickeen, East ... 


222 I IO I2| 13 IO 


Garnish Island, 








Leitrim, West ...| 149 20 17 16 o 


Bantry Bay ... 


36 i 3? 


! - 


^ ** 


Loughavaul ... 518 o 2O 29 13 5 


Youngfield 


308 o 36 7 l > v 


, (a) Roancarrig More is a rock in Bantry Bay, upon which a lighthouse is situated. 


The remainder of the parish of Kilcaskin is in the barony of Glanarought, county of Kerry. 


Kilcatherine Bear (W.R.) Total Area, 217783. ir. 3p. Val. 30577. 15^. 


Ardacluggin ... 232 o 28 57 50 10 


Faunkill-and-the 






Ardgroom, Inw'rd 1456 I 14 


387 


227 10 


Woods 


370 o 5 


45 


49 15 


Ardgroom, Outwd 2243 o I 


5'9 


308 10 


Glenbeg 


1203 i 16 42 58 5 


Aughabrack 


169 2 23 


34 


62 5 


Gortatornora 


17 o 5 16 60 


Ballycrovane 


550 2 31 157 


46 5 


Gortgarriff 


255 2 33 132 65 o 


Barrees 


1098 2 2O 41 


61 o 


Gowlane 


1171 o 16 84 54 o 


Bawnard 


156 3 o 24 


25 15 


Inches 


850 3 28 20 q 207 15 


Bofickil 


420 2 12 73 


60 10 


Inchinteskin 


86 3 10 80 39 15 


Bunskellig 


512 I 38 31 


35 15 


Kilcatherine 


2097 o 34 


441 12 O 


Caheravart 


52 2 19 14 


18 5 


Kilmackowen 


"54 3 ii 


121: 272 5 


Caherkeen 


1044 i 37 269 


164 15 


Urhin 


1480 21 


2561 H5 IS 


Carrig 


47 3 o! 29 


19 15 


Islands off Coast : 








Clogher ... 961 3 37! 


5 o 


Ballycrovane 


405 







Cloontreem ... 543 i 19! 35 


34 o 


Bally crovane, Ltle. 


I 38 







Commons, East... 881 I 25! 9 


30 5 


Eyeries 


2 2 4 







Commons, West... 581 I 28 


17 5 


lllaunbweeheen ... 


2 35 





,294 10 


Coulagh ...' 362 3 22 227 


19 5 


[llaunnameanla ... 


2 18 




Crumpane ... 1088 o 11 172 223 5 


[nishfarnard 


64 i2| 35jJ 


Eyeries ...' 604 o 12 238 272 o Thirty-two others. 


5 2 25 !/ 


Kilcoe Carbery, West, W.D. (W.R.) Total Area, 5272a. or. 2ip. Val. 18587. lot. 


Ardura Beg 


233 o 36 


52 97 o 


Lissaclarig, East . 


360 o 38! 86 


119 10 


Ardura More 


3" 3 8 


78 


115 5 


Lissaclarig, West . 


392 i 6 63 


127 10 


Boleagh 


252 2 35 


37 


51 10 


Murrahin, North . 


214 O 2 


35 


68 15 


Carravoley 


34i i 38 


69 


144 o 


Vlurrahin, South . 


162 I 25 


37 


73 5 


Glannakilleenagh 


286 2 30 


57 


57 o 


Dughtohig 


182 o 9 


22 


33 15 


Greenmount 


355 i 24 


45 


135 10 


Rossard 


63 2 6 


9 


18 10 


Gurteenulla 


151 3 2b 


19 


30 5 


Skeaghanore, Et. 


332 3 18 


110 


169 o 


Kilcoe 


586 3 ic 


160 


249 15 


Skeaghanore, Wt 


378 o 30 


84 


159 o 


Knockroe 


433 3 16 


104 


146 i 1 


islands in Roaring 








Lisheenacrehig ... 


196 o 17 


29 


54 U 


Water Bay .. 








9 10 


Kilcorcoran Duhallow (E.R.) Total Area, I292a. or. lop. Val. 736'. iac. 


Gardeen 


117 2 39 


88 


78 10 


Lisheenowen 


238 2 5 


44 


144 5 


Grillough 


7 o 33 


53 


4 5 


Rossline ... 


450 2 38 


29 


239 5 


Knoppoge 


197 i 37 


25 


II S slRusheen 


280 I 18 


3' 


151 10 



76 PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 

Kilcoraey- -Muskery, West (w R.) Total Area, 88363. ir. 23p. Val. 204 7/. 



Townlands. 


Area. . Pop. 

A. R. P. 1871. 


Val. 1874- 
* 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Val. 1874. 

t- 


Baunreagh 


76 O 21 


12 


29 o 


Gortnaclogh 


246 i 8 


40 


126 5 


Beenreagh ... 


255 2 35 33 


60 10 


Horsemount moun- 








Brook park 


750 3 13 


121 


149 5 


tain 


631 3 22 


60 


72 10 


Carrigduff 


1305 3 26 31 


79 5 


Horsemount, Nth. 


495 i 7 


99 


239 


Crinnaloo, Nth 


535 3 33 


'05 


171 5 


Horsemount, Sth. 


315 o 16 


82 


84 o 


Crinnaloo, Sth. ... 


1203 2 9 


40 


47 o 


Kilcorney 


IOI I 24 


7 


70 o 


Donoure, East ... 


173 3 " 


31 


43 10 


Killeen 


148 2 29 


19 


77 o 


Donoure, Middle . 


in 3 20 


9 


28 5 


Knockanroe 


191 2 25 


25 


95 o 


Donoure, West ... 


174 2 36 


22 


5i 5 


Knockgorm 


94 2 35 


19 


45 15 


Drombeg 


58 2 26 


7 


34 5 


Laharan 


187 2 35 


26 


84 5 


Finnanfield 


361 I I! 


52 


39 o 


Lissacapia 


55 ! 21 





16 5 


Glebe 


13 2 2. 


9 


7 10 


Mushera 


452 o ii 


25 


22 5 


Glenleigh 


638 2 2S 


in 


251 5 


Shanakill 


255 3 9 


77 


! 53 10 



Kilcredan Imokilly (E.R.) -Total Area, 10143. or. 37p. Val. 892^. .15.?. 
Ballycrenane ...I 511 2 371 188, 494 i5|Kilcredan ...I 502 I 30 148 398 o 

Kilcrohane Car bery, West, W.D. (W.R.) Total Area, 145873. 2r. up. Val. 2246*. loj. 



Ardahill ...i 183 i o 


38 


54 i5'Gortalassa ...j 264 o 39, 38 48 o 


Artianenig 


137 i 4 


6 


28 o.Gortavallig 


296 I 26 


30 12 O 


Aoghaleigue Beg . 


275 o 39 


7 


1 8 o Gorteanish 


345 2 2S 


46 87 o 


Aughaleigue More 


285 i 23 


40 


33 ; io~.Gortnakilly ..; 


478 3 35 


70 


55 10 


Bally ieragh ... 


578 2 ii 


85 


68 lo;Gouladoo 


288 2 37 


33 


3i 5 


Ballynatra 


39 i 23 


19 


1 6 IO; Kilcrohane 


287 i 5 


161 156 5 


Ballyroon 


US * 25 


55 


34 IO" Killeen, North ... 


38o 3 7 


26 13 o 


Ballyroon Mountn. 


466 2 37 


40 


23 10 Killeen, South ... 


361 I 12 


26 


59 10 


Caher 


253 22 


125 


73 lO.Knockeens 


313 3 3 


39 


44 o 


Cahergal 


121 3 12 


7 


6 5JKnockroe 


218 i 18 


37 


46 5 


Caher Mountain... 


221 2 TO 




7 5 i i Laharandoto 


67 o 29 


ii 


18 o 


Caherurlagh 


3O 2 29 


24 


1 8 o 1 Laharanddta 








CaherurlaglhM oun. 






Mountain 


33 o 6 


8 


i 15 


North 


27 o 15 


5 


I o Letter, East 


259 o 16 


3i 


56 o 


GaherurlaghMoun. 






Letter, Lower ... 


49 i 2 


6 


23 o 


South 


23 3 o 




o 5 Letter Mountain . 


233 3 o 


12 


7 10 


CarraviHeen 

Clash 


242 3 34 
96 i 35 


57 
18 


31 10 Letter, West 
10 15 jMaulnaskehy 


117 2 37 

535 2 32 


27 
IOO 


27 o 
82 o 


Derrycluvane 


37i o 24 


44 


32 1 5 j Raferigeen 


197 2 IO 


25 


41 15 


Dooneen 


164 3 26 


26 


36 l5;Reagh 


221 i 37 


39 


41 10 


Doonour 


240 3 10 


55 


48 5 i Reenacappul 


185 3 33 


68; sg o 


Dromnea 


371 2 2 


76 


53 1 5 \ Rosskerrig 


577 i 15 


127 


121 15 


Eskraha 


317 3 20 


60 


26 10! Rosskerrig Mount. 


283 3 12 


9 


7 o 


Fahane 


144 o 6 


40 


30 10 '. Rossnacaheragh . . . 


846 3 o 


125 


114 10 


Farranamanagh ... 
Faunmore 


313 3 17 
262 o 8 


134 
37 


69 OJTooreen 
49 i5JTullig 


319 2 38 
23 2 12 


40 
8 


13 5 

12 10 


Foilakilly 


361 o 28 


45 


22 Oj Islands in Dun- 








Gerahies 


325 3 16 


154 


86 loj manus Bay : ... 








Glanalin 


96 i 24 


21 


13 5*Owen's 


I I 6 





) 


Glanlough 


1183 i 30 


158 


156 i5JP6intabulloge ... 


i o 31 





[ '5 


Glanroon 


144 2 2 


191 


15 orNine others 


i o 24 





\ 



Kilcrumper Condons and Clongibbons (E.R.) area, i827a. ir. lop. ; .val. 151 il. 
Fermby^E.R.) area, i688a. 2r. 24p. ; val. 1435?. 5-r. 



Condons and Clon- 






|Ballyhindon 


264 3 3 


38 


226 


gibbons. 






I Ballyvoskillakeen . 


"3 i 35 


29 


116 o 


Ballinglaana, Nth. 


364 3 5 


78 


243 o Boherderroge 


119 2 28 


20 


IOO 10 


Ba4Hnrush 


37 3 17 


66 


213 10 ' Downing, North. . 


329 o 26 


95! 206 o 


Ballyderown 


460 2 9 


IOO 


530 10 ' Downing, South. . 


293 I 17 


4 6 


255 5 


Ballynacarriga ... 


238 2 10 


12 


249 lO-Glenwood 


36 I II 


19 


65 15 


Knockanebohilly . 


168 3 6 


37 


78 5jGortore 


198 3 34 


10 


179 15 


Moorepark 


223 3 3 





197 o - Lisnasallagh 


33 i 15 


22 


34 o 


Fermoy. 






[Loughnahifiy 


175 i 5 


22 


H3 15 


Ballingianna, Sth. 


39 2 10 


17 


25 10 jMoorepark, West. 1 


84 2 30 





79 5 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



77 



Kilcully Cork (E.R.) Total Area, i7S9a. 


3r. 39p. Val. i888/. 5-r. 


Townlands. 

Ballynahina 
Kilcully 


Area. 

A. B. P. 

.737 3 32 
"324 3-26 


Pop. 
1871. 
108 

122 


a J 74- J Townlands. 
s- \ 
^704 i5|Killeendaniel 
538 5iRahanisky 


Area. 

A. R. P. 

320 I 3 
376 3 18 


Pop. 
1871. 

47 
48 


Val. 1874. 

321 5 
324 o 


Kilcummer Fermoy (E.R.) Total Area, 26i2a. 2r. 36p. Val. I533/. 5-r. 


Ballydague 
Kilcummer, Lwr.. 
Kilcummer, Upr.. 


1130 3 26 
188 3 16 
655 i 3i 


144 
38 
123 


350 5 
178 10 

444 5 


Kylenahoory 
Renny, Lower ... 
Renny, Upper ... 


95 3 30 
175 i 24 
366 o 29 


18 

4 
30 


38 15 
190 o 
331 10 



Kildorrery Condons and Clongibbons (E. R.) area, 2934a. 3r. 25p. ; val. 2121 J. 
Fermoy (E.R.)- area, 4013. 2r. I5p. ; val. 2837. f^s. 



Condons and Clon- 








Kildorrery 


in o 38 





2IO O 


gibbons. 








Oldcastletown ... 


864 i 14 


168 


833 10 


Bally visteen 


388 i 32 


94 


197 10 


Scart 


511 2 8 


132 


481 15 


Boleynanoultagh. . 


589 2 30 


89 


178 10 


Fermoy. 








Cullenagh 


56 o 30 


15 


43 o 


Carhoo 


97 o 5 


29 


73 10 


Glasvaunta 


9i i 35 


3 


76 15 


Kilmaculla 


66 3 16 


5 


50 o 


Gortacurrig 


321 3 39 


49 


too 15 


Springvale 


237 2 34 


2.3 


160 5 


Kilfaughnabeg Carbery, East, W.D. (W.R.) Area, 31263. 2r. igp. Val. 2005'. 5-r. 


Aghatubrid Beg... 


156 o 36 


67 


126 10 


Kilacoossne 


66 3 20 


22 


36 o 


Aghatubrid More. 


274 2 39 


119 


272 15 


Knockarudane ... 


81 3 24 


15 


34 10 


Brulea 


167 i 29 


136 


84 o 


Maulagow 


205 i 13 


60 


73 3 


Carriglusky 


63 i 26 


48 


29 5 


Maulmareen 


73 21 


15 


41 15 


Cloonties 


358 i 4 


84 


188 5 


Reenogrena 


253 i 37 


I4O 


'3 50 


Cregg 


190 3 20 


125 


76 5 


Rushanes 


168 o 19 


6 7 


301 10 


Drom 


211 3 20 


117 


'35 10 


Islands off Coast: 








Drombeg 


180 3 20 


65 


116 s 


Adam 


i 3 3* 





) 


Gortyowen ..* 


84 i 33 


23 29 15 


Eve 


O O 22 





> O IO 


Kilbeg 


200 I II 


59 83 10 


Illaunmore 


O 2 27 





) 


Kilfman 


386 2 7 


108 245 5 










Kilgarriff Carbery, East, E.D. (w.R.) area, 30533. 2r. 34p. ; val. 6n6/. 15*. 


Ibane and Barryroe (W.R.) area, 8723. 2r. 39p. ; val. 57O/. 5-r. 


Carbe*v,E., E.D. 








Scartagh 








1560 5 


Cappeen 


36 3 4 


. 


20 5 


Tawnies, Lower, 








Cloheen, pt. of (a) 


2IO I 28 


* 23 


297 10 


part of () . ... 


20 2 38 ( 12 


389 10 


Fourcuil 


125 t> 36 


22 


50 o 


Tawnies, -Upper, 








Garranecore 


186 o 7 


8l 


95 o 


part of (a]' 


157 2 9 


78 1481 10 


Kilgarriff 


835 9 


179 


537 5 


Youghals 




1109 5 


Knockskagh 


489 o 8 


"5 


222 15 


Ibane & Barryroe. 


1 


Lisroe 


9i 3 33 


13 


43 o 


Aghamilla 


338 o 14 85! 198 10 


Maulnoskehy 






42 5 


Ballyduvane ... 264 3 10 64 190 5 


Miles, part of (a) 


224 o 27 


59 


196 5 


Carhoo ...' 269 3 15 71 


181 10 


Reenroe ... 123 3 23 


21 


72 o 


j 





(a) The remainder of this townland is in the township of Clonakilty. 

> 

Kilgrogan Orrery and Kilmore (E.R.) Kilgrogan Townland Area, 2313. ir. 2ip. 
Pop. 16 ; Val. 226/. 



Kilgullane Condons and Clongibbons (E.R.) area, 33693. or. 38p. ; val. 2744^. 


Fermoy (E.R.) area, i84a. 2r. 32p. ; val. io8 $s. 


Condons and Clon- 








Curraheen 


199 310 


IO 


161 o 


gibbons. 








Dromleigh ... 


318 l 14 


30 


215 5 


Ballykearney 


225 I 31 


30 


147 o 


Flemingstown .: 


535 2 20 


153 


467 o 


Broomhill 


289 i 35 


54 


229 15 


Johnstown 


192 i 29 


19 


150 10 


Cloghleafin 


520 i 23 


61 


423 o 


Kilgullane 


256 i 25 


16 


221 5 


Carriganleigh 


69 2 39 


30 


59 10 


Kilnadrow 


183 I 22 


3i 


160 o 


Cloonkilla 


198 i 23 


4 


i9S 3 


Nutgrove 


229 2 21 


40 


210 15 


Cdmmons 


IT 24 




i 5 


Fsrmoy. 








Curraghbowcn . . . 


138 2 22 


r8 


102 15 


Lislea 


184 a 32 


37 


108 5 



78 PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 

Kilkerranmore -Carbery, East, W.D. (W.R.) area, 652a. or. ip. ; val. 285^. 
Ibane and Barryroe (W.R.) area, 5475a. ir. i8p. ; val. 2762). 5^. 



Townland?. 


Area. 


Pop. Val. 1874. 


Towiilan Is. 


Area. | Pop. Val. 1874. 




A. K. P. 


1871. 


Jtr s. 




A. p. P. i 1871.1 f. 


Carbery, E., W.D, 








Creagh Beg 


230 2 14 55 105 10 


Coolnaconarty .. 


128 I 33 43 


67 5 Creagh More ... 


257 i 28 77^156 5 


Farlehanes 


213 3 7 42 


91 15 Curragh 


313 o 23 35! 141 15 


Knocks 


39 3 i 83 


126 i5!Garralacka 


230 12 67 


112 5 


Ibane &* Barryroe 








Garranagoleen ... 


266 2 21 91 


150 10 


Ballyduvane 


225 3 35 


65 


150 is 


Gortnagearagh ... 


77 2 24; ii 


49 IS 


Ballyvackey 


293 3 23 86 


199 5 


Gortnascarty 


91 2 2 44 


67 10 


Bealad, East 


445 2 10! 121 


187 oj Greenfield 


.44 2 26 


H 


55 o 


Bealad, West ... 


573 3 17 130 


203 10 Knockanoran 


80 I 19 


13 


28 10 


Brittas ... 26 I 38 


16 15 


Maulycorcoran . . . 


136 o 25 


40 


57 5, 


Camus 


367 3 27 


42 


227 o TulJyneasky, East 305 3 28 


82 


131 10 


Clasharaggy 
Clonlea 


43 3 34 
133 i 3i 


21 

4 


27 o 

72 o 


Tullyneasky, West 315 3 22 
Woodfield ... 601 i 27 


76 
161 


167 o 
261 5 


Coorleigh, North. 


154 i 24 25 


56 o 


Nine Islands in 








Coorleigh, South.. 


131 2 13 2 4 


91 o 


Clonakilty Bay... 


S 12 





o 5 


Corrabally ... 121 2 7 10 


56 10 



Killaconenagh Bear (w.R.) Total Area, I9294a. ir. 24p. Val. 4624!. i$s. 



Aghabeg 


267 o 37 


96 


3i 5 


Gortagraffer ' ... 


61 o 41 52 


27 o 


Ardagannive 


86 o 6 


22 


4i 15 


Gortsallagh 


24 o 23 5 


II IO 


Ballard 


193 o 15 





6l 15 


Gour 


739 3 3 01 65 


78 o 


Ballard Commons. 


668 2 26 





24 o 


Iskanamucky 


9 i 2 


8 


2 IO 


Bank 


95 3 3 


44 


42 5 


Keamnalicky 


7 321 


ii 


I 10 


Boher 


36 o 3* 


39 


22 15 


Knockacullin 


80 2 17 


23 


18 5 


Bohernoe 


2 7 2 13 


9 


S o 


Knockane 


103 o 37 


ii 


21 O 


Cahergarriff 


34i o 35 


103 


61 15 


Knockane More . . . 


26 o 24 


8 


12 IS 


Cametringane 


41 2 '15 


8 


105 5 


Knockaneroe 


134 o 15 





753 o 


Cappavuckee 


89 o"s 


35 


19 10 


Knockoura 


821 3 26 


56 


60 10 


Carrig 


42 3 4 


26 


13 10 


Lyre 


82 o 39 


It 


33 5 


Clonglaskan 


6OO 2 30 


67 


109 o 


Meenaduff 


32 o 23 





5 10 


Curradonohoe . . . 


181 i 10 


29 


64 15 


Minanekeal 


o i 27 







Curraduff 


122 3 12 


34 


34 15 


Park 


198 i 27 


61 


43 10 


Curragh 


.27 3 2 


6 


8' 10 


Rod en 


564 i i? 


105 


87 10 


Curryglass 


145 3 32 


84 


58 10 


Rossmackowen 








Derreen ataggart 






% 


Commons 


2453 3 o 





40 o 


Commons 


3i8 3 39 


. 


7 10 


Scart 


19 2 12 


6 


7 5 


Derreenataggart, 








Shanacoumha ... 


28 I 24 


4 


4 5 


East 


175 i 6 





39 o 


Shanavallyleigh...' 85 I ii 


35 


21 5 


Derreenataggart, 








Teernahillane ... 282 o 8 


38 


37 o 


Middle 


103 i 26 





96 o 


Thornhill ... 219 I 4 


68 


79 10 


Derreenataggart, 








Tooreen ... 908 


9 


2 IO 


West 


146 O 12 


25 


32 lo'Tooreen Beg ... 155 o 10 


8 


6 10 


Derrymihin, East. 


521 o 7 


76 


62 15 Tooreen More, E.. 182 2 7 


19 


26 15 


Derrymihin, West 


606 o 14 


^337 


179 15 


Tooreen More, W.| 167 3 25 


20 


22 IO 


Disert 


352 2 


52 


63 15 


flear Island : 








Diom, North ... 


170 2 13 


46 


H 5 


Arclagh 


538 3 33 


150 


147 o 


'Drom, South 


117 3 19 


82 


72 5 


Ardaragh, East ... 


197 3 18 


87 


61 o 


Drom, West 


118 2 17 


44 


38 5 


Ardaragh, West...' 84 2 16 


33 


24 15 


Dromagare 


44 3 5 


4 


36 15 Ballynakilla ... 1010 o 3 


168 


230 10 


Dunboy 


' 2O3 2 29 


22 


132 o Cloonaghlin, Lr... 78 o 20 


37 18 15 


Eskenacartan 


17 3 35 





10 10 Cloonaghlin, Up... 1 1OI o 12 


53 29 15 


Fanahy 


976 2 11 


Ill 


143 10 Cloonaghlin, W...I 175 o 39 


63 43 S 


Felane, East ,.. 


109 3 16 


32 


50 10 Derrycreeveen ...1085 I 12 


262. 247 o 


Felane, Middle .. 


196 3 29 


70 


63 5'Greenane 


809 i 18 


131 


160 15 


Felane, West ... 


202 i 26 


61 


79 lOjKerrin 


299 i 33 


141 


106 o 


Foildarrig 


472 i o 


43 


146 o i Otlur Islands : 








Fuhur 


4'jo 3 21 


22 


56 10 Dinish Island ...t 45 o 22 


9 


74 IS 


Gortagenerick ... 


65 i 25 


6 


6 o.Minane ... 2 3 IQf 


31 10 


Gortagoulane ... 20 2 16 


10 ii 15' 





a Including inmates of Castletown Union Workhouse. 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



79 



Xiilanully Cork (E.R.) area, 95ia. or. 2p. ; val. -j^gl. $s. Kerrycurrihy (E.R.) 
area, 11053. or. I5p. ; val. 8o6/. 


Townlands. 
Cork 
Ballinvuskig 
Kalhmacullig, E. 
Rathmacullig, W. 


Area. 
A. R. r. 

494 3 13 

214 3 6 

241 123 


Pop. 

1871. 

69 

43 
'5 


Val. 1874. 

^ 

431 o 
158 10 

159 15 


Townlandi. 
Kerrycurrihy 
Ballinreeshig 
Killanully 
Kilnahone 


Area. 

A. It. P. 

4t9 I. 36 

456 2 9 
229 o 10 


Pop. 
1871. 

58 
90 

66 


Val. 1874 
f, s. 

246 o 
365 o 
i94 5 


Killaspugtnullane- Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, iSsaa. or. I3p. Val. 1164!. icu. 


Ballingohig 
Ballinvinny, N. ... 
Ballinvinny, S. ... 


387 239! 63 

265 o 25 40 

325 26| 20 


293 5 
169 10 
179 o 


Coolnacaha 
Kilrussane 
Trantstown 


132 3 24 

241 Q 10 

500 Q 9 


iS 
16 
93 


80 10 

118 10 
325 15 



Killathy Fermoy, (E.R.) Total Area, 32iya. or. 3op. Val. 2O4O/. \y. 



Ballymacallen 


214 o 10 37 


174 o 


Gurteen 


256 3 o 


34 


126 10 


Ballymaclawrence 


226 3 4; 44 


153 10 


Inchinapallas 


335 2 21 


74 


3" 5 


Ballymacphilip ... 


333 2 24 


78 


184 15 


Killathy 


614 3 i 


112 


328 5 


Ballynamuddagh . 


250 2 o 


60 


124 15 


Knocknamadderee 


261 3 31 


6 9 


122 


Cappagh 


334 3 10 


81 


118 10 


Lisheen 


211 O 2O 


30 


115 10 


Coolinny 


177 029 


37 


81 15 











KilleaghImokilly (E.R.) Total Area, 5854a. ir. 14?. Val. 5147^. ior. 



Aghadoe 


348 3 o 


39 


353 o 


Dromdihy 


141 O 20 27 


169 o 


Bakersclose 


24 -2 19 




14 10 


Fortyacres 


51 3 33! " 


5i o 


BalJindinis 


2 i 33 


7 


4 o 


Glennan* Beg ... 


219 2 23 


37 133 5 


Ballycarnane 


162 o o 


35 


174 10 


Gortnagappul 


449 i 12 


66 


339 o 


Ballycurraginny ... 


311 2 16 


38 


193 o 


Inchanapisha 


42 3 16 


16 


41 10 


Ballyglassane 


475 o 13 


97 


350 o 


Killeagh Gardens 


37 2 i 





353 15 


Ballymakeagh Beg 


177 i 29 


33 


206 10 


Kilnasudry 


23 3 oj 


9 10 


Ballymakeagh 








Knockane 


161 i 18 44 


132 15 


More 


377 i 6 


3' 


356 15 


Knockgorna 


H5 3 35 17 


93 10 


Bally nacarriga ... 


237 2 7 


37 


'43 o 


Knocknaskagh ... 


180 o 20 


33 


132 10 


Ballynalagha 


405 21 


119 


255 o 


Lagile 


136 o 13 


ii 


140 o 


Ballyquirk 


198 3 22 


28 


161 o 


Lisglasheen 


49 i 3 


12 


82 10 


Carhoo 


192 3 17 


39 


116 5 


Lissacrue 


138 2 15 


30 


120 5 


Clashdermot, East 


44 3 13 




44 o 


Moanlahan 


48 3 32 


8 


79 IS 


Clashdermot, West 


50 o 8 


12 


65 10 


Monabraher 


99 2 37 


'7 


74 10 


Corbally 


36 3 '4 


30 


23 o 


Mountbell 


244 2 31 


45 


261 5 


Curraghishal 


232 2 6 


5 


174 IS 


Mountuniacke . . . 


192 o i 


47 


182 10 


Dnshane More . . . 


213 I 12 


34 


116 5 









Killeenemer Fermoy (E.R.) Total Area, 414^ 2r. $p. ; Pop. 91 ; Val. 3077. 
Killowen Kinalmeaky (w.R.) Total Area, I263a. y. I2p. Val. 770^. 151. 



Killowen 


507 o 26 


94 


257 10 


Maw More, East . 


208 2 19 


40 160 o 


Maw Beg, East... 


222 I 3 


37 


128 6 


Maw More, West. 


215 i 36 


52 


164 5 


Maw Beg, West... 


no i 8 


10 


61 o 










Kilmacabea Carbery, East, W.D. (W.R.) area, 9484a. 3r. 24p. ; val. 33657. IQJ. 


Carbery, West, E.D. (WR.) area, 427ia. 2r. I2p. ; val. 14407. 151. 


Carbery, E., W.D. 


i 




Gortroe 


155 i 8 90] 108 o 


Ballynoe 


271 3 o 


72 


131 10 


Gurteenaduige ... 


290 o 9 


86 130 5 


Carhoogarriff 


401 i 28 


72 


123 15 


Inchnanoon 


127 2 4 


43 7i 5 


Carai^baun 

* 1 


285 3 5 


48 


73 o 


Killinga 


722 o 31 


34 


186 15 


Cashel 


448 o 29 


94 


185 '5 


Kilmacabea 


354 2 27 


74 


275 


Cloonkeen, East... 


151 034 


28 


96 o 


Kilnacally 


3*4 3 9 


55 


73 10 


Cooladerreen 


157 2 15 


36 


65 5 


Knuckanenacrohy 


158 o o 


3 


7' 5 


Corran, Middle ... 


191 2 17 


86 


40 5 


Knockavoher 


282 2 11 


5 2 


95 '5 


Corran, North ... 


473 o 26 


106 


no 10 


Knock more 


553 i 28 


89 


108 5 


Corran, South ... 


509 3 20 


7i 


2OO O 


Knockskagh 


&26 2 15 


236 


187 o 


Cullane. East 


288 o 39 


64' 53 15 


Madranna 


128 i 34 


26 


57 o 


Cullane, West ... 


165 i 15 


40 


72 15 


Milleenahilan 


85 o 30 


34 


29 15 


Dromillihy 


423 i 32 


92 


74 5 


Reavoulea 


Soo i 34 


12i>| 246 O 


Dungannon 


97 3 39 


27 


41 10 


Three-gneeves . . . 


178 3 14 


46! 65 10 


Dunscullib ... 168 3 28 29 So 15 


Tullig ... 402 i 3 


130' in 5 



8o 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Kilmacabea contd. Baronies of Carbery, East, W.D. t (W.R.), and Carbery, West, 
E.D., (W.R.) 



Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop 


Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. 


Val. 1874. 




A. R. P. 


1871 


s. 




A. R. P. 


1871. 


{, s. 


Carbery, W.,E.D. 








Gortnadihy 


Ill I 20 


23 


42 s 


Acres 


99 o 14 


16 


32 o 


Keamore 


469 3 33 


134 


190 15 


Ballinlough 


200 I 5 


53 


80 5 


Kilradeen 


147 3 6 


40 


58 o 


Ballyriree 


434 o 16 


57 


106 o 


Knockaneagh 


132 2 24 


14 


4 15 


Bawnfune 


148 o 19 


47 


68 5 


Maulatrahane ... 


345 o 8 


7i 


129 s 


Cappanabohy ... 


231 2 8 


5 


92 5 


Maulnagirra 


211 3 28 


60 


79 15 


Carrigeeny 


311 o 17 


43 


53 5 


Mealisheen 


58 3 2 


18 


26 o 


Cloonkeen 


374 i 18 


77| I2 7 o 


M illeenanimrish . . . 


14 3 36 


6 


9 5 


Cooranishal 


576 3 4 


io6| 171 5 


Shreelane ... 


403 2 34 


80 


133 10 


Kilmacdonogh Imokilly (E. R.) Total Area, 62423. 2r. l6p. Val. 56297. 15*. 


Aghavine 


586 O 12 


141 


561 o 


Gortvella 


92 o 26 


2 5 


91 10 


Ballydaniel 


408 2 4 


61 


406 15 


Gortcorcoran 


348 I I 


73 


335 10 


Ballyfieming 


264 3 28 


55 


140 o 


Gortnaskehy . . 


153 2 28 


19 


112 O 


Ballyhonock 


106 o 10 


31 


78 o 


Knockadooo 


243 o 16 


96 


177 10 


Ballykinealy 


329 o 31 


83 


358 10 


Knockadoon 








Ballymacoda 


552 i IS 


no 


582 o 


(Warren) 


247 o 30 


145 


209 5 


Ballymakeagh . . . 


333 2 20 


68 


262 10 


Monagoul 


184 i 8 


4i 


149 10 


Ballypherode 


331 o 26 


91 


225 10 


Mountcotton 


203 3 ri 


92 


171 5 


Ballyskibbole 


83 2 7 


84 


88 o 


Ring 


314 o 23 


226 


376 5 


Curraghleagh 


95 3 9 


IS 


75 15 


Shanakill 


304 2 9 


77 


302 10 


Curraheen 


191 3 39 


6* 


1150 10 


Yellowford 


173 2 I 3 


43 


1 66 10 


Finisk 


143 o 15 


49 


138 o 


Islands in Youghal 








Glenawillin 


403 i 2 


203 


353 10 


Bay 








4 10 


Gortavadda 


136 2 36 


31 


113 10 











Kilmaclenine Orrery and Kilmore (E.R.) Total Area, lO42a. or. 8p. Val. 747^. 



Kilmaclenine 



609 I 33| 108 481 loJKnockaunavad- 
dreen 



432 2 15 



62 



265 13 



Kilmahon Imokilly (E.R.) Total Area, 284ga. or. 38p. Val. 299O/. ior. 



Ardnahinch ... 149 I 37 26 


102 15 


Ballynamona 


462 o 24 


75 


239 IS 


Ballingarrane ... 169 o 8 


57 


166 o 


Bally trasna 


66 o 16 


16 


77 15 


Ballybraher ... 374 o 10 


132 


360 15 


Dooneenmacotter. 


134 i 26 


69 


119 o 


Ballylongane ... 175 o 8 


73 


186 5 


Monagurra 


287 2 38 


83 


3i6 15 


Ballymaloe Beg ... 170 2 15 


67 


'S3 o 


Shanagarry, North 


439 i 26 




660 5 


BallymaloeMore..i 241 2 31 8l' 339 10' Shanagarry, South 179 I 39 18 269 6 


Kilmaloda Carbery, East, E.D. (W.D.) Total Area, 734?a. 2r. op. Val. 3426/. 151- 


Ahalisky ... 886 3 35 II 2 


456 o 


Madame 


273 5 


I43i 210 15 


Burrane 


410 o 15 


129 


224 5 


Maulrour 


340 o 5 


46 161 10 


Carrig 


410 3 22 


64 


174 10 


Monteen 


589 2 36 


95: 259 o 


Clogagh, North... 


173 i 17 


34 81 5 


Reengarrigeen ... 


56o 3 13 


119 261 15 


Clogagh, South . . . 


288 i s 


46 


i'3 15 


Skeaf 


452 2 I 


44 "9 15 


Dromgarriff 


335 2 4 


59 


152 o 


Skeaf, East 


371 2 6 


89 187 5 


Farran 


5O2 2 12 


50 


143 5 


Skeaf, West 


477 3 20 


89 207 o 


Kilmaloda 


634 3 28 


1 20 


432 o 


Tullig 


135 i 5 


53 69 o 


Knockbrown 


510 o ii 1 26 


173 10 




Kilmeen Duhallow (E.R.) Total Area, 367 ica. or. 5p. Val. 9733^. 


Acres ... 159 3 24 


30 


51 o 


Croanrea 


701 I 22j 76 


86 15 


Aghaneeeenag ... 


359 i 19 


55 


187 5 


Curragh 


120 I 7 





50 10 


Ballyhoolohan, E. 


235 3 39 83 


160 5 


Derrishal 


321 2 19 52 


92 o 


Ballyhoolahan, M. 418 2 5 79 241 o 


Derrygalun 


397 i 24 107 


197 15 


Ballyhoolohan, W. 694 o 27 86 313 5 


Derryleagh 


315 o 2 83 


H9 S 


Bawnaneel ...'165 o 7 


22 


53 o 


Derrynamona ... 


in 2 5 14 


3i 15 


Cappaphaudeen... 1516 o 37 


87 


9i 15 


Derrynatubbrid ... 


375 o 22; 96 


165 15 


Clashyiunleen, E.. 306 3 i8j IOO 


64 10 


Doonasleen, East. 


196 3 20 


146 


82 5 


Clashykinleen, W. 


449 2 S 


1 10 


85 IS 


Doonasleen, Nth. 


526 i 6 


109 130 6 


Cloghvoula -.1249 o 24 84 


76 5 


Doonasleen, Sth. 


600 o 24 


144 166 15 


Cloongeel ..' 659 I 23 94 


363 5 


Dromanarrigle .. 467 i 3! 89 259 o 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



81 



Kilmeen contd. Barony of Duhall<nu (E.R.) 



Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Val. 1874- 
s - 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Val. 1874. 
ft * 


Dromskai ragh Beg 


167 o 38 


52 


42 10 


Knockmanagh ... 


318 3 30 


39 


115 o 


Dromskarragh M'r 


282 o 37 


34 


92 15 


Knocknacurragh. . 


381 3 15 


75 


118 o 


Farrangeel 


391 2 20 


64 


153 10 


Knocknamuckl'gh 


225 2 37 


45 


88 5 


Foilogohig 


735 2 5 


148 


98 15 


Knocknanagh 








Garranbaun 


93 3 16 


34 


33 o 


Commons 


365 o 13 


72 


49 IS 


Glantaunmacarthy 


135 i 22 


21 


31 15 


Knocknanagh, Est 


434 2 31 


96 


135 o 


Glenalougha 


335 i 16 


95 


60 5 


Knocknanagh, W. 


416 2 12 


85 


89 15 


Glenlahan 


1457 i 6 


59 


63 10 


Knockyrourke ... 


529 2 32 


174 


no 5 


Glenreagh 


788 3 20 


102 


125 15 


Laharan, East ... 


272 I 2 


36 


125 15 


Glentanedowney. . 


363 3 9 


75 82 15 


Laharan, West ... 


192 o 24 


162 


109 15 


Glentanefinnane... 


1621 i 38 


1441177 o 


Lisrobin, East ... 


297 I 32 


30 


135 5 


Gneeves 


425 3 12 


156! 216 5 


Lisrobin, West ... 


527 3 3 


94 


187 o 


Gortateeboy 


i?7 3 39 


47 


64 10 


Loumanagh, Nth. 


211 I 15 


85 


79 5 


Gortearagh 


356 o 3 


70 


116 15 


Loumanagh, Sth.. 


528 o 30 


92 


180 15 


Illaunknocknan'gh 


233 211 


37 


73 15 


Maulyclickeen ... 


353 o 13 


72 


145 IS 


Islandav 


35i 3 10 


88 


71 o 


Meendurragha ... 


276 o 28 


34 


31 o 


Islandbrack 


370 o 15 


114 


123 o 


Meens 


323 i. 25 


IOI 


55 5 


Keel 


206 o 39 


47 


76 o 


Meentyflugh 


347 i 26 84 


5 I 5 


Killasseragh 


165 2 7 


24 


74 o 


Paal, East 


247 i. 14 27 


183 o 


Killeenleagh 


418 3 10 


73 


192 10 


Paal, West 


393 i 33 60 


247 o 


Kilnahulla Beg ... 


168 2 13 


25 


70 5 


Rascalstreet 


234 2 13 


22 


61 o 


Kilnahulla More. . . 


408 i 34 




161 5 


Rea-allen 


293 o 2 65 


34 o 


Kippagh 


153 i 18 


31 


51 15 


Reanagashel 


34i i 3 


84 


65 5 


Kishkeam, Lower 


306 3 19 


I 3 I 


86 5 


Reandsllane 


242 3 27 


71 


71 o 


Kishkeam, Upper 


490 2 9 


JI 3 


114 10 


Shanavoher 


483 2 ii 


III 


54 o 


Knockaclarig 


1096 2 37 


179 


138 10 


Tooreenavusc3un . 


388 115 


79 


129 10 


Knockaneroe 


317 .1 22 


97 


165 o 


Tooreenduff 


516 3 21 


97 


49 10 


Knockavoreen . . . 


-408 o 25 


171 


96 o 


Tooreenfineen . . . 


1240 r 15 


64 


98 5 


Knockeenacurrig, 








Ummeraboy, East 


37i 2 37 


121 


152 s 


East 


186 3 51 


55 


56 10 


Ummeraboy, West 


709 o 13 


190 


213 5 


Knockeenacurrig, 








Urraghil Beg 


417 2 34 


85 


69 10 


West 


286 o 13 


97 


99 15 


Urraghil More, E. 


439 3 33 


121 


112 15 


Knockeenadallane 


437 o 34 




116 5 


Urraghil More, W 


416 o i 


70 


119 o 


Knocklagh 


285 2 25 


42 


IOI O 











Kilmeen Carbery, East, W.D. (W.R.) area, 73053. ir. 13?. ; val. 3$82/. 151. Iban 
and Barryroe (W.R.) area, 13623. or. 26p. ; val. 6oi/. 5*. 



Carbery,E.,W.D. 








Knockawaddra ... 


455 i 36 


51 


164 10 


Ballingurteen 


157 I 19 


33 


87 5 


Knockea 


545 3 H 


81 


299 10 


Ballinvard 


199 2 28 


57 


121 


Letter 


36? i 39 


84 


225 10 


Caher 


315 2-21 


58 


151 15 


Liscubba 


462 2 II 


90 262 10 


Caherkirky 


434 2- 5 


84 


203 15 


Lisnabrinny 


346 3 12 


94 


158 15 


Clooncorban 


272 o- 8 


94 


153 5 


Maulcorragh 


35 o 34 


Q 


20 O 


Cloonkirgeen 


361 2 18 


97 


173 15 


Milleennagun 


489 i 14 


72 


138 5 


Coolnaconarty . . . 


268 o 17 


63; 157 o 


Rossmore 


456 O 12 


134 


258 5 


Derreen 


252 2 36 


36 


98 15 


Tullyglass 


202 O 2O 


42 


69 10 


Farlehanes 


352 2 39 


61 


125 10 


Ibaue dr 3 Barryroe. 








Glebe 


26 3 20 


18! 40 5 


Derryvreen 


316 o 14 


88 


132 15 


Gortnadihy 


145 o 38 


38 82 o 


Gearagh 


498 3 17 


129 


209 o 


Kildee 


550 2 5 


208 334 o 


Knocks ... 


186 2 23 


41 104 10 


Kilmeen 


261 o 30 


83 152 15 


Sleveen 


360 2 12 


64 155 o 


Knockane 


346 o 17 


86 164 o 







Kilmichael Carbery, East, W.D. (W.R.) area, 44123. 2r. I2p. ; val. n82/. los. 
Muskery, West (W.R.) area, 164553. 3r. or.; val. 54047. 



Carbery,E. t W.D. 

Aultagh 
Aultaghreagh 
Crushterra 
Curradrinagh 
Dromlough 
Farranahineeny . . . 


293 3 30 
.206 i 26 
361 on 
598 i 25 

2 4 8 2 3 8 
230 I 32 


28 

Ji 

89 
32 
26 


58 o 
72 10 

91 15 

162 o 

47 5 
56 o 


Gortroe 
Gurteen 
Inchincurka 
Kilnadur 
Knockariblihane. . 
Shanlaragh 



5l6 2 30 

177 2 5 

668 3 31 

401 2 2 



121 225 
84 I 7 8 



334 2 37 



17 15 



374 



35! 68 06 5 



82 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Kilmichael contd. Baronies of Carbery, East, W.D. (w. R. ), atui Muskery, #V.r/(w.R.) 



Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. 


Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. 


Val. r8 74 . 




A. R. P. 


1871. 


i. 




A. B P. 


(871. 


t- 


Muskery, West 








Garranereagh 


"34 2 34 


I 7 8 


408 o 


Ardaneneen 


614 2 23 


106 


3H o 


Gortacurng ... 


ISO 2 23 


28 


70 s 


Ballina 


72 2 23 


19 


27 10 


Greenville 


454 2 22 


4 1 


222 O 


Barnadivane 


215 I I 7 


35 


36 15 


Haremount 


646 3 i 


92 


177 5 


Barnadivane ( 
(Kneeves) \ 


237 i 33 


20 


61 10 


Johnstown 
Knockane 


643 2 II 

573 i 2 


79 
84 


'7i 5 
168 5 


Baulbrack 


3'7 3 7 


60 


85 o 


Knockanereagh . . 


149 2 21 


24) 40 10 


Carrigboy 


989 o 33 


107 


304 o 


Lackareagh ... 547 I 31 


75 156 5 


Carrigdangan 


618 2 2 


90 


113 o 


Lisnacuddy 


227 o 26 


52 


70 15 


Clashbredane 


807 2 3 166 


180 15 


Mamucky 


221 3 34 


12 


63 10 


Clonmoyle 


461 3 35 102 


158 o 


Moneycusker 


417 2 34 


85 


164 10 


Commoiis 


"4 3 34 33 


12 5 


Mountmusic 


502 2 22 


85 


221 IS 


Coolaclevane ... 


615 3 o 79 


209 5 


Reenacaheragh ... 


438 2 36 


70 


9i 5 


Cooldaniel 


803 2 16 141 


333 15 


RossnakilJa 


246 I 23 


49 


84 15 


Cooldorragha 


943 i 12 193! 337 15 


Shanacashel 


751 3 34 107 


248 o 


Cusduff .... 


264 o 13 43 101 10 


Shanacashel ( 






Deshure ... 


715 2 13 129 237 5 


(Km eves) \ 


336 O 22 


55 


90 o 


Dromkeen 


344 2. ii 59; 103 10 


Slieveowen ... 


335 o 32 


42 


64 10 


Dromleigh 


87 o 18 32' 48 10 


Teerelton ... 


452 o 19 


119 227 o 



Kilmocomoge Bantry (W.R.) area, 5762ga. or. 4p. ; val. I3829/. 15^. Carbery, 
East, W.D. (W.R.)T area, I2o6a. 2r. 7p. ; val. 837. 15*. Carbery, West, W.D. 
(W.R.) area, 575oa. 2r. 34p. ; val. Ii8i/. 



Bantry. 








Clashduff 


27 o 22 3? 


20 o 


Abbey 


27 22 





20 5 


Cloonygorman .. 


273 I 2 


43 


83 5 


Ahil Beg 


260 3 18 


21 


33 5 


Cooleenlemane .. 


721 I 34 


5 


18 10 


Ahildotia 


144 * 23 


20 


41 15 


Coomacroo Beg . . 


461 3 3i 


12 


22 10 


Ahil More 


498 2 15 


85 


136 5 


Coomanore, Nortl 


428 2 5 


32 


63 5 


Ardaturrish Beg.. 


401 I 2C 


62 


42 15 


Coomanore, Soutl 


377 i 32 


8 


34 o 


Ardaturrish More 


458 2 8 


85 


79 H 


Coomclogh 


406 2 3 


1C 


22 


Ardnacloghy 


322 3 ii 


83 


94 5 


Coomleagh, East. 


848 i 12 


56 


55 o 


Ardnagashel 


198 I 2 


29 


142 5 


Coomleagh, West 


534 2 4 


61 


76 10 


Ardnageehy Beg 


75 3 8 


33 


52 10 


Coorloum, East .. 


160 3 10 


26 


18 15 


Ardnageehy More. 


229 2 12 


3 


53 10 


Coorloum, Nth... 


5H * 37 


56 


36 10 


Ardnamanagh .. 


126 2 21 


9 


52 10 


Coorloum, West. 


131 o 5 


20 


19 10 


Ardrah 


477 2 21 


5i 


60 10 


Coorycommane ... 


618 2 38 in 


63 Jo 


Ards Beg 


188 3 30 


22 


55 10 


Cooryleary 


394 3 26 62 


53 15 


ArdsMore, East.. 


87 038 


36 


38 o 


Coumaclavig 


I 148 i o 


H 


25 o 


Ards More, West 


77 -o 24 


27 


46 15 


Cousane 


1826 3 31 


92 


i39 5 


Ardyhoolihane .. 


85 o 29 


19 


46 o 


Crossoge 


45 i 24 


I 


17 10 


Ballylicky 


131 3 18 


35 


79 o 


Cullenagh 


356 3 28 


34 


63 10 


Ballynamought ... 


542 q 13 


39 


45 15 


Curraglass 


1417 3 20 


60 


131 15 


Barnageragh 


171 o 28 


56 


67 10 


Currakeal 


872 2 33 


35 


30 15 


Beach 


317 2 27 


95 


271 10 


Curramore 


533 3 3 


3^ 


52 10 


Breeny Beg 


161 o 23 


98 


82 10 


Derreenathirigy . . . 


58 i 13 


8 


Z 5 


Breeny More 


351 2 2 3 


5 2 


73 i 


Derreencollig 


396 2 I 


3i 


48 10 


Caher 


74 o 21 


22 


47 10 


Derreenkealig ... 


28l I 32 


29 


83 5 


Caherdaniel, Et ... 


119 I 25 


18 


65 5 


Derroograne 


593 3 21 


33 


34 5 


Caherdaniel, Wt. 


96 I. 4 


54 


63 15 


Derryarkane 


216 3 13 


33 


37 15 


Cahermoanteen ... 


257 037 


46 


69 10 


Derryclogher 


22O4 2 10 


66 


55 P 


Cahermuckee 


706 p 13 


128 


136 o 


Derrycreigh 


435 3 5 


90 


33 '5 


Cahernacrin > ... 


484 3 36 


60 


135 o 


Derryduff Beg ... 


438 i 24 


24 


17 10 


Cappaboy Beg ... 


633 2 32 


40 


75 5 


Derryduff More... 


610 i 28| 35 


72 5 


Cappaboy More ... 


782 o 8 


89 


81 o 


Derryfadda 


366 o 27 


29 


47 5 


Cappanaboul 


260 2 33 


61 


68 5 


Derryginagh, East 


280 o 30 


46 


61 10 


Cappanabrick 


254 2 24 


9 


18 10 


Derryginagh, Mdle 


153 3 *8 


33 


94 o 


Cappanaloha, Et 


68 i. 6 


13 


9i 5 


Der ryginagh, West 


87 I 4 


8 


28 o 


Cappanaloha, Wt 


68 3 3 


44 


49 o 


Derrynafinchin . . . 


792 I 20 


26 


3i o 


Cappanavar 


44 2 20 


10 


18 o 


Derrynakilla 


340 2 35| 35 


25 10 


Carran 


485 o 4 


38 


25 o 


Dromacappul 


9O I 22 20 


45 10 


Carriganass 


307 o 18 


54 


121 5 


Dromaclarrig 


95 2 14, 26j 61 o 


Carrigboy 


87 2 30 


23 


42 5 


Dromacoosane ... 


71 3 21 12 


36 5 


Carrignagat 


a? a 3! 




18 10 (Droir.anassa 


82 I 10, 12 


33 o 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 83 


Kilmocomoge contd. Buroines of /Minify (W.R.), Carbery, East, W.D. (W.R.), 


Gatbery, West, E.D. (W.R. 


Townlands. 


Area 

A. R, P 


Pop 
187 


Val. 1874 
. s 


Townlands. 


Area. i Pop. 

A. R. f. 1871 


Val. 1874. 
, t- 


Drombrow 


320 2 i; 


4 


151 


Maularaha 


205 3 38| 2 r 


\ 33 10 


Dromclogh 


1172 1 


.1 


84 10 


Maulavanig 


444 2 20 7} 


> 106 jo 


Dromclogh, East 


268 o 39 


3 


74 5 


Maulikeeve 


194 275 


, 61 10 


Dromclogh, Wes 


179 3 ij 


3 


68 10 


Mill, Big 


200 3 39 2< 


36 o 


Dromdaniel 


105 i ic 


y 


38 5 


Mill, Little 


i 20 3 17 ii 


24 o 


Dromdoneen 


60 2 30 




35 o 


Milleencoola 


18 i 34 




12 


Dromdoneen, Eas 


46 3 25 


i 


26 15 


Newtown 


330 J 


6t 


) 292 ic 


Dromdoneen, W's 


53 i 9 


2 


25 10 


Raheen 


301 2 11 


I9J 41 15 


Dromduff, East .. 


222 2 34 


5 


49 15 


Raheen Beg 


74 3 2; 


13 20 5 


Dromduff, West.. 


2l6 2 6 


7 


68 o 


Raheen More 


218 i ii 


44 54 5 


Dromgarriff 


965 3 39 


96 


274 10 


Rangaroe 


197 2 24 


19 '5 5 


Dromkeal 


164 2 35 


5 


63 5 


Reenadisert 


130 2C 


Si 


104 5 


Dromleigh, Nortl 


102 o 7 


i 


89 o 


Reenrour, East .. 


21 I 5 


c, 


26 10 


Dromleigh, Souti 


399 3 34 


70 


189 


Reenrour, West.. 


77 2 ic 


IS 


71 10 


Dromlickacrue .. 


242 3 ii 


49 


99 i 


Reenydonagan .. 


198 o 36 


4C 


146 5 


Dromloughlin .. 


62 6 


22 


29 


Seafield 


177 3 13 


59 


34i o 


Dromnafinshin .. 


69 22' 31 


46 


Shanaknock 


59 2 ic 


15 


21 15 


Dromsullivan, Nth 


151 21 


59 


49 i 


Shandrum Beg .. 


130 2 


2 5 


41 10 


Dromsullivan, Sth 


149 1 8 


45 


69 i 


Shandrum More.. 


212 I 33 


43 


85 5 


Dunbittern, East.. 


76 31 


9 


46 


Shanvally Beg .. 


47 i o 


i? 


32 o 


Dunbittern, West. 


73 22 


23 


42 i 


Sheskin 


3i8 3 15 


84 


165 o 


Dunnamark 


99 3 23 


12 


94 10 


Shronagreehy .. 


348 b 4 


18 


33 5 


Dunnamark, Milllt 


9 2 37 


li 


48 5 


Skahanagh 


59 2 13 


13 


31 10 


Farranfadda 


557 i. 8 


41 


29 o 


Skahanagh Beg .. 


39 2 12 


ii 


23 15 


Gearagh ... 


IOO 2 3^ 


12 


96 5 


Skahanagh, Lwr.. 


44 o' 4 


37 


22 15 


Glanreagh 


743 o. 8 


77 


91 10 


Skahanagh More.. 


167 6 28 


6 


39 $ 


Glanbannoo, Lwr. 


196 i. 30 


13 


5i 


Slip 


24 3 21 


6 


20 o 


Glanbannoo, Uppr 


512 3 8 


43 


82 15 


Snave 


247 i 30 


106 


82 o 


Gortagarry 


112 i 34 


37 


44 15 


Tooreen 


292 2 2 


6 


22 IO 


Gortloughra 


443 o 


69 


130 10 


Tooreen, South ... 


*3i i 34 


6 


21 O 


Gortnacowly 


466 o 18 


53 


54 15 


Townlots 


90 20 





1976 10 


Gortroe 


251 3 9 


42 


69 15 


Trawnamaddree .. 


562 2 3 


40 


141 15 


Gouree Beg 


75 3 ii 


15 


30 10 


Chapel island, Ban- 








Gouree More 


124 2 2 


33 


47 10 


try Bay 


933 





10 


Gurteenroe 


260 3 5 


39 


170 10 


Whiddy Island : 








Hollyhill 


105 2 16 


6 


34 15 


Close 


86 i 6 





44 15 


Illane 


334 6 


23 


20 5 


Crowkingle 


99 o 30 





57 10 


Illauncreeveen ... 


326 








jurraghy 


"3 o 35 





42 10 


Inchiclogh 


in i 35 


18 


96 o 


Cilmore 


233 2. 24 





146 10 


Inchinagoum 


359 i- 8 


5' 


25 10 


\eenaknock 


120 O I 





75 10 


Inchinarihen 


3 6 3 33 


21 


19 o 


leenavanny 


149 I 10 





157 o 


Inchiroe 


975 0.31 


86 


127 10 


"rawnahaha 


199 o 15 





156 15 


Iskanafeelna 


237 i 21 


48 


26 15 


^ine others 


2 2 O 





17 5 


Kealanine 


628 3 27 


20 


17 o 


Carbery, E., W.D, 








Kealcoum 


49 3 5 


6 


23 o 


Glanycarney 


206 2 7 


88 


83 15 


Kealkill 


772 2 24 


121 


151 10 


Carbery W., W.D. 








Kilnaknappoge ... 


238 2 36 


21 


63 5 


Aghagooheen 


268 3 17 


48 


84 o 


Kilnaruane 


20 3 13 


6 


21 10 


Ardrah 


451 I 14 


70 


112 5 


Kinathfineen 


10 i 16 





9 15 


?aurgorm 


1** 

613 3 5 


127 


194 15 


Kippaghingergill.. 


176 3 2 


13 


21 10 


Caherogullane ... 


292 I 2 


53 


79 o 


Knockanecosduff.. 


266 o 18 


6 


13 15 


Cloonee 


296 2 6 


40 


82 o 


Knocknamuck . . . 


103 3 36 


48 


184 5 


)erreengreanagh. . 


273 * 27 


3i 


40 15 


Laekareagh 


268 o 30 


43 


67 10 


)erryvahalla 


554 o 33 


48 


93 5 


Lackavane 


627 o 20 


12 


16 15 


rlanlough 


341 2 10 


20 


30 o 


Lahadane 


68 3 35 


20 


50 o 


Jortacloona 


169 3 15 


48 


54 5 


Laharan, East ... 


5' 3 2 


30 


34 5 


Cielnascarta 


317 o 4 


73 


81 5 


Laharan, West . . . 


91 2 36 


19 


57 10 


.etterlicky, East.. 


320 i 23 


37 


58 10 


Laharanshermeen. 


175 20 


18 


42 10 


.etterlicky, Mdle. 


647 12 


65 


122 15 


Lisheen 


590 2 8 


138 


306 15 


,etterlicky, West. 


525 3 17 


26 


65 5 


Loughdeeveen . . . 


74 o 32 


21 


23 10 


Vtaulinward 


219 2 29 


5 1 


73 5 


Maugha 


411 I 20 


32 


15 !5 


5 arkana 


218 i 23 


3i 


49 ,o 


Maughanaclea ... 


592 i 5 


159 


187 o 


Scartbaun 


240 i 37 


26 


60 15 


Maughanasilly ... 


313 o 10 9 


16 5 











8 4 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Kilmoe Carbery, West, W.D. (W.R.) Total Area, 13974^ or. 22p. Val. 35867. 8j. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop 


Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop 


Val. 1874- 




A. R. P. 


1871 


s. 




A. R. f. 


1871. 


f, * 


Altar 


295 i 7 


89 


4i 5 


Dunlough 


319, 2 n 


3c 


33 5 


Arduslough 


55 ' o 


i; 


13 o 


Enaghoughter, E 


260 3 15 


45 


67 o 


Ballydivlin 


649 3 26 


228 


253 5 


Enaghoughter, W 


166 2 13 


29 


50 10 


Ballynaule 


91 o 25 


', 


46 5 


Goleen 


58 i 15 


82 


83 10 


Bally risode 


591 i 6 


99 


134 5 


Gortbrack .. 


105 i 14 


17 


28 o 


Bally voge Beg .. 


IOO I 38 


20 


37 5 


Gortduff 


221 O 24 


79 


39 3 


Bally voge More.. 


240 o 29 


46 


76 10 


Gortnacarriga .. 


273 I 9 


36 


III 10 


Balteen 


605 o 29 


112 


"4 5 


Gortnagashel 


80 o 15 


5 


21 15 


Boulysallagh 


252 i 6 


74 


96 o 


Greenane 


57 3 17 


3 


22 15 


Caher 


465 3 33 


58 


75 10 


Kealfadda 


477 2 17 


75 


64 IS 


Callaros Eighter. . 


169 3 39 


79 


73 15 


Kilbarry 


79 o 10 


10 


30 o 


Callaros Oughter. 


50O O 22 


96 


106 o 


Kilbrown 


191 2 16 


29 


34 15 


Cannawee 


"3 3 19 


36 


38 5 


Killeane 


102 3 13 


23 


24 o 


CarrigacatandMil- 








Knockagallane ... 


118 o 7 


22 


18 15 


leen 


838 2 27 


145 


156 10 


Knockatassonig . . . 


94 o 22 





2 IO 


Carrigacurriheen. . 


234 2 5 


2 9 


54 10 


Knockeennagea- 








Carrigeengour ... 


132 2 8 


12 


33 o 


ragh 


.125 2 16 


16 


34 i 


Carrigmanus 


78 o 31 


23 


35 5 


Lackavaun 


222 2 9 


53 


29 5 


Castlemehigan ... 


118 i 36 


32 


19 10 


Lackenakea 


112 3 


16 


13 '5 


Cloghanacullen ... 


629 o 8 


121 


118 10 


Leenane 


95 * 3 


24 


29 10 


Cloghanalehid ... 


113 3 12 


12 


14 10 


Letter 


219 2 22 


60 


7i IS 


Cloghane 


392 3- 10 


47 


56 15 


Lissagriffin 


344 3 4 


77 


160 o 


Clogher 


33 2- 4 


8 


12 


Mallavoge 


254 o 18 


46 


62 15 


Coorlacka 


309 z 4 


62 


76 10 


Oughtmiannee ... 


167 i 19 


29 


20 15 


Corran Beg 


162 i 6 


29 


39 10 


Rock Island 


61 a 34 


84 


71 15 


Corranmore ,.. 


172 3 37 


44 


44 10 


Shanavally 


85 o. 26 


n 


29 o 


Crookhaven 


252 2 4 


43 


247 o 


Spanishcove 


84 i. 23 


40 


37 o 


Dough 


244 i o 


18 


25 5 


Toor 


213 i 25 


16 


31 o 


Dunkelly, East ... 


290 2 39 


23 


51 10 


Tooreen 


121 2 21 


6 


14 10 


Dunkelly, Middle. 


124 2 36 


54 


21 O 


Toor More 


601 3- 34 


264 


167 10 


Dunkelly, West... 


380 I 15 


67 


69 10 











Kilmoney Kerrycurrihy (E.R.) Total Area, 14303. 2r. 37p.; Pop. 180 ; Val. 
1258^. ioj. 

Kilmonoge Kinalea (E.R;) Total Area, 30601. 3r. 3ip. Val. 2239/. $s. 



Arknaboha ... 8 1 I 28 


5 40 15 


Knocknahowla 




Ballindeenisk 


416 I- i 


70 


395 5 


More 


396 2 4 


27 


Ballingeemanigb'g 


35 2-34 


7 


24 o 


Lybe 


327 2.14 41 


Coolnagaug 


56 i 3i 


13 


38 10 


Mountlong 


80 i 17 


20 


Gortacluggy 


13 2 19] 6 


12 O 


Newborough 


137 2.23 34 


Killehagh 


356 i 13 54 264 10 


Oysterhaven 


48 3. 4! 6 


Knockleigh 


379 3 i 


58 206 15 


Ringnanean 


361 i 32 23 


Knocknahowla B. 


182 2 26 31 


157 10 


Ringville 


186 i 24 32 



Kilmurry Muskery, East (E.R.) area, I59a. ir. 3Op. ; val. i8o/. 15*. Muskery, 
West (W.R.) area, 8949a. 2r. 37p. ; val. 49OI/. 5J. 



Muskery, East 






Currabeha 


648 o 26 125 


339 5 


Inchirahiily 


70 3 * 


33 


IOI 


Curraclogh 


905 i 20 


136 


449 o 


Kilcondy 


88 2 29 


ii 


79 15 


Curragh 


273 2 29 


58 


161 o 


Aluskery, West 








Durmiarklum 


476 i 24 


119 


241 5 


Ardrah 


131 3 6 


16 


55 o 


Glannarogue, East 


102 3.33 


46 


50 15 


Ballymichael 


530 3 23 


156 


357 15 


Glannarogue,West 


158 2 8 


21 


64 5 


Bally trasna 


5U i o 


95 


301 10 


Knockacareigh ... 


186 3 i 


48 


68 15 


Carrigdarrery ... 


2O4 2 29 


25 


181 10 


Knock boy 


2OO 2 36 


19 


63 10 


Clearagh 


461 2 I 


94 


151 o 


Knocknaneirk . . . 


556 2 13 


62 


268 5 


Clodah 


469 I II 


89 


397 o 


Laghtneil 


167 2 3 


70 


38 o 


Cloghmacow 


499 o 28 


138 


271 5 


Lissardagh 


456 o 17 


121 


3H 15 


Coolduff 


674 2 17 


135 


386 o 


Poulnrick 


726 I 31 


158 320 15 


Crossmahon 


209 -i 4 


64 137 10 


Teereeven 


394 2 17 


48 283 5 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Kilnaglory Cork (E.R.) area, 8793. or. 
area, 3o6aa 3r. 25p. ; 2O23/. 5-f. 



I4p. ; val. 64i/. Muskery, East (E.R.) 



Townlands. A r ^ a ' p 


Pop 
1871 


Val. !8 74 . 

* 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Val. 1874. 
s ' 


Cork 






Greenfield 


256 2* 


40 324 15 


Ballynora ... 879 o 14 


164 


[ 641 o 


Kilnaglory 


437 3 19 


107 


321 15 


Muskiry, East 






Knockburden 


231 o ig 


47 


163 5 


Ballincollig ... 24 3 i 




25 5 


Knockpoge 


146 o 39 


26 


76 o 


Ballinguilly .. 298 2 5 


28 209 o 


Lisheens 


ii 3 3 




13 15 


Ballyburden Beg.. 255 I 6 


28 134 o 


Ra vakeel 


77 o 36 




38 o 


Ballyburden More 


312 i 25 


47 165 10 


Windsor 


692 2 12 


65 


395 15 


Ballyhank 


3i8 3 2 5 


331 156 5 








Kilnagross Carbery, East, E.D. (W.R.) Total Area, 3764a, ir. 5p. Val. 2O33/. 


Ballinoroher 


121 r 5 


ii 


67 10 


Dromgarriff, West 138 2 I 59 56 15 


Ballymacowen ... 


5-22 2 7 


75 


263 o 


Gallanes ... 353 o 33! 70 173 15 


Beanhill, North... 


108 3 10 52 


53 15 


Garraneard ... 276 o 30! 69 115 15 


Beanhill, South... 


134 3 39 


26 


75 10 


Garraneishal ... 121 3 .4! 46 70 5 


Carhoygarriff 


281 3 35 


56 


127 10 


Grillagh ...| 136 o 29 


99 261 o 


Carriganookery ... 


94 3 18 


28 


55 o 


Lackanalooha . . . 


2O9 2 II 


32 82 o 


Crohane 


21 3 25 


13 


8 10 


Lisselane 


.429 2 36 


98 251 10 


Crohane Bandon. . 


250 o 19 


18 


112 15 


Madame 


41 3 II 


18 15 


Dromgarriff, East. 


385 20 


69 


166 o 


Maulnagearagh ... 


135 2 12 


16 73 15 


Kilnamanagh Bear (W.R.) Total Area, I38o8a. 3r. 28p. Val. 6891;. 15*. 


Allihies 


834 2 271 393 


239 10 


Kilkinnikin, East. 


331 2 36 


79 


84 


Ballaghboy 


229 i 5 


54 


28 10 


Kilkinnikin, West 


401 o 24 


94 


"4 5 


Ballydonegan . . . 


535 o 7 




208 15 


Killough, East ... 


387 I 36 


So 


88 15 


Ballynacarriga .. 


464 o 5 


29 


.68 15 


Killough, West... 


364 3 13 


88 


103 10 


Billeragh 


211 2 13 


86 


46 5 


Knockroe, East . . . 


357 i 34 


65 


59 o 


Brackcloon 


198 I 2 


50 


26 5 


Knockroe, Middle 


339 o 6 


51 


42 5 


Cahermeeleboe ... 


530 2 l8 




1 88 o 


Knockroe, West.. 


242 2 24 


3 2 


4i 15 


Caminches 


249 o 23 


'01 


74 o 


Lickbarrahane ... 


241 i 37| 45 


36 5 


Canalmore 


265 2 25 


53 


35 10 


Loughane Beg ... 


276 3 21 25 


79 5 


Canal ough 


441 3 31 


117 


9i 15 


Loughane More.... 


387 3 37 60 


80 15 


Cloan 


449 i 





333 10 


Reentrusk 


1424 2 2O 223 


121 15 


Cloghane, Lower. 


84 2 16 


20 


15 10 


Scrivoge 


2IO 2 6 50 


53 o 


Cloghane, Upper. 


238 '3 5 


19 


24 10 


Berehaven Mines.. 






4000 o 


Cloghfune 


732 o 17 


in 


157 


Crow Island 


6 o 13 





3 o 


Coom 


684 3 32 


76 


54 o 


Dursey Island : 








Garinish 


no i 3 


26 


34 o 


Ballynacallagh . . . 


412 033 


69 


63 10 


Garranes 


606 o 34 


65 37 10 


Kilmichael 


480 3 5 74 


75 5 


Glanarough 


215 2 14 


100 38 O 


Tillickafinna 


510 o 4 54 


37 10 


Kealoge 


327 o 5 


74 ! 106 15 


', 




Kilnamartery Muskery, West (W.R.) Total Area, n68oa, ir. i6p. Val. 3347^. 15^. 


Aghacunna 


406 332 


63 


98 o 


Gortanaddan 


192 2 loi 35, 26 15 


Bally voge 


587 3 i7 


134 


220 o 


Gortanimill 


593 2 ii 


77| 133 10 


Brehaun 


211 2 33 


25 


97 o 


Gortnabinna 


780 o 25 


60 77 5 


Caherdaha 


208 o 4 


60 


too 5 


Inchibrackane ... 


93 2 31 


!5 43 5 


Caherkereen * ... 


386 3 25 


IOI 


150 15 


Kilmakaroge 


228 i 17 


24 49 5 


Cloheena 


648 3 14 


98 


196 5 


Knockroe 


441 3 o 


76 124 10 


Clonclud 


263 2 19 




80 15 


Knocksharn 


448 2 12 


77 139 10 


Cloonty earthy ... 


541 3 29 


72 


125 o 


Kylefinchin 


203 3 33 


20 90 15 


Coolcaum 


282 i 34 


29 


90 5 


Lack Beg 


307 3 27 


39: 40 10 


Cools 


126 2 39 


29 


46 o 


Lack More 


224 o 8 44 68 o 


Curraheen 


7i o 15 


ii 


3i 5 


Lisboy Beg 


533 2 15 66 95 10 


Derragh 


439 2 13 


36 


36 5 


Lisboy More 


533 2 15 89 124 10 


Derreenacarton . . 


102 o 18 


15 


13 o 


Parkanillane 


'54 3 3<> 33 44 10 


Derrintogher 


187 o 24 


29 


49 o 


Raleigh, North .. 


267 2 2Ii 41 171 15 


Derryfmeen 


480 I 20 


65 


60 15 


Raleigh, South ... 


340 i 17 57 189 o 


Dromreague 


434 o 30 


127 


198 10 


Reananerre 


469 o i 58 77 15 


Dundareirke 


310 I 12 


29 


117 o 


Shanavallyshane. . 


234 3 7, 5i 106 5 


Glebe 


40 3 3 9 


34 5 




i i 



86 PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 

Kilpatrick Kerrycurrihy (E.R.) area, 7153. or. 8p. ; val. 346/. 15*. Kinalea (E.R.) 
area, 19493. or. i8p. ; val 12347- 



Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. 


Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. 


Val. 1874. 




A. R. P. 


1871. 


s- 




A. E P. 


1871. 


* 


Kerricurrihy. 








Kinalea. 








Ballynaneenig ... 


209 2 17 


32 


90 5 


Fountainstown .. 


669 3 25 


170 


491 o 


Brownstown 


146 2 7 


19 


49 o 


Gortigrenane 


466 3 34 


108 


289 5 


Fountainstown, N. 


80 I 21 


26 


49 15 


Kilpatrick 


201 I 22 


25 


141 15 


Killeen 


37 i 8 


8 


17 5 


Knockatoor 


312 o 30 


57 172 15 


Moanroe 


240 o 35 


28 


140 10 i Willowhill 


298 2 27 


29 139 5 


Kilphelan Condons and Clongibbons (E.R.) Total Area, 5233. 3r. 6p. Val. 402^. 


Ballyadack, North 196 2 14 29) 146 IO 


Caherdrinny ... 22 2 301 


19 5 


Ballyadack, South 


"3 3 15 


27 61 10 


Flemingstown ... 9 o 23] 


7 5 


Bawnanearla 


58 3 33 


2! 52 5 


Kilphelan ... 122 2 n| 22 


US 5 


Kilquane Barrymore (E.R.) area, 60463. 2r. 7p. ; val. 3035 J. 15*. 


Aghaduff 


148 i 26 


17 


67 5 


Knockraha, East.. 265 o IO 


19 


174 10 


Ballyloohsne 


29 3 27 





20 10 


Knockraha, West. 


188 i 4 


5 


143 8 


Ballynagaul 


305 2 6 


59 


183 10 


Lisheenroe 


115 o 15 


10 


43 5 


B3llynanelagh ... 


433 o 31 


56 


276 15 


Meeleen 


361 3 18 


39 


166 o 


Barnetstown 


360 I 20 


47 


70 o 


Monaneage 


163 i 26 18 


552 5 


Bishop's Island ... 


19 I 6 


7 


13 5 


Monatooreen 


182 3 35 


28 77 5 


Clash 


97 3 3i 


8 


24 10 


Mitchellsfort 


903 i 37 


95 47 15 


Coolguerisk 


3OO I 21 


25 


200 5 


Pigeonhill 


52 2 36 


8 


16 15 


G oggansto wn 


278 o 36 


80 


201 15 


Rathfilode 


301 o 32 


31 


189 15 


Killeena 


523 2 


86 


205 5 


Rupperagh 


252 i 19 


10 


62 17 


Kilquane 


269 o i 


25 


119 10 


Shanballyreagh ... 


422 o 16 


75 


169 o 


Knockanenafinoga 


72 o 34 





10 IO 











Kilquane Fermoy (E.R.) Tnld. Ballylopen. Area, 4253. 3r. 38p.; pop. 25 ; val. 1847. 5*. 
The remainder of the parish of Kilquane is in the barony of Coshlea, county of Limerick. 

Kilroan Courceys (W.R.) area, 8943. 2r. 37p. ; val. 577*. 15^. Kinsale (E.R.) 
area, 2453. 2r. 6p. ; val. 176^. 5^. 

Courceys. 

Courtaparteen . . . 
Crohane 

Dooneen, Lower.. 
Dooneen, Upper.. 
Killowny 

Kilroe Duhallow (E.R.) Total Area, 9193. or. 38p. Val. 847?. 





1 


Knockgorm 


107 3 2i| 14 28 10 


153 2 18 


39 107 15 


Kinsale. 








124 I 25 


44 


90 15 


Ballynabooly 


227 o 17 


4 2 


166 10 


161 o 18 


45 


148 10 


Sandycove Island, 


* 






117 o 21 


2 9 


44 5 


Kinsale Harbour 


18 i 29 





9 15 


230 2 14 


52| 158 o 




i 





Greenane 
Knocknacolan 


238 3 6 
37i 2 37 


631 436 10 
571 241 o 


Spring Grove ... 


263 2 35N26 


169 10 


Kilshanahan Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, 48423. ir. 38p. Val. 2414?. icw. 


Ballinaltig 


3l6 237 33 203 iSjCoosane .... 331 I o 41 


184 15 


Bushypark 
Condonstown, N.. 


296 o 6 15 
547 3 3 37 


202 10 Mountcatherine ... 
294 5'Scartbarry 


319 o 25 59 

706 2 110 


158 15 
425 o 


Condonstown, S.. 


512 i 9 


46 269 5 Skahanagh, North 


561 o 14 42 


294 10 


Coolquane ... 459 3 9 


37 158 o Skahanagh, South 791 3 15" 64 


223 15 


Kilshannig Duhallow (E.R.) Total Area, 275943. 3r. 33p. ; Val. n8o2/. 15.5-- 


Aldworth 


183 o 34 


29 


112 5 


Carrigcleena Beg.. 314 3 6 21 


90 o 


Ballyboght 


439 2 21 


78 


71 5 


Carrigcleenamore.. 


632 I 25 


78 


186 o 


Ballyboneill 


120 I 25 


32 


52 5 


Clyda 


62 2 12 


29 


99 o 


Ballynoe 


291 i o 


66 


118 5 


Clydaville 


66 2 23 


15 


119 5 


Ballysimon 


300 3 14 


42 


88 15 


Creggsne 


218 o 29 


64 


86 o 


Beenalsght 


488 o o 


156 


77 5 


Curraghbower ...' 220 3 26 


45 


126 10 


Beenamweel, East 


56 3 i 


102 


116 15 


Derrygowna ...'418 O 23 


61 


86 15 


Beenamweel, West 


419 i 36 


I2 4 


97 15 


Dromaneen ... 790 2 7 


125 


906 15 


Boola ... 403 2 26 74J 94 15 


Drommahane ... 531 2 o 


242 


351 5 


Brittas ... 494 o 29 


92 449 5 


Dromore 


700 2 10 


40 


573 '5 


Calieraveclane ... 234 i 2 10 15 .0 


Dromore, North... 697 2 27 


in 


4 S8 15 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Kilshannig contd. -Barony of Dukallow (E.R.) 



Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. VaL 1874. 
1871 s. 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. VaL 1874- 
1871. {, s. 


Dromore, South... 


566 i 30 


77 253 5 


Kilpadder, South. 


344 2 7 


55 140 5 


Drompeesh 


292 2 32 


14 76 o 


Kilvealaton, East . 


118 2 35 


21 263 10 


Esk, North 


277 2 


27 43 10 


Kilvealaton, West 


385 o 33 6 3; 568 15 


Esk, South 


471 3 26 


30: 41 o 


Knockansweeny. . 


170 3 39 3i 93 


Garrane 


599 o 17 


81 107 o 


Knockavaddra ... 


1084 3 5 


133 in 15 


Glandine 


755 3 i 


86; 134 5 


Knockdrislagh ... 


383 o 19 


43 78 5 


Glanminnane 


54i o 9 


56 


121 O 


Knocknamona ... 


411 i 16 


56| 279 15 


Glannaharee, East 


1081 2 10 


40 


115 o 


Lackaneen 


284 i 23 


33; 86 10 


Glannaharee, West 


533 2 30 


24 


39 5 


Lackendarragh ... 


911 i 28 


183 3'8 10 


Glannoge 


411 2 39 


77 


87 o 


Laharan 


759 i 22 


89 175 5 


Glantane 


482 3 37 


1 66 


255 5 


Lombardstown ... 


358 2.0 


54 596 15 


Glashaboy, East... 


567 3 9 


no 


193 o 


Mohereen 


486 3.12 


112 622 15 


Glashaboy, West.. 


633 2 36 


144 


193 10 


Monanveel 


463 OJ3 


106 113 5 


Glenaknockane ... 


915 O 20 


59 


61 10 


Mounthillary 


115 i 29 


5 7 15 


Gneeves 


620 o 8 


81 


148 15 


Newberry 


294,2. 3 


46 422 15 


Gortavoher 


181 i 28 


30 


216 o 


Nursetown Beg ... 


254 3 23 


19' 98 o 


Gortmolire 


211 O 24 


46 


122 15 


Nursetown More.. 


356 i 9 


67 87 5 


Gortroe 


376 I 12 


72 


247 15 


Shanavoher 


774 o 39 


200 14! 15 


Kilcolman 


410 I 27 


66 


194 5 


Skarragh ... 


538 2 10 


i29 : 208 5 


Kilgobnet 


in 2 33 


18 


58 10 


Smithfield 


198 3 2 


46 84 o 


Kilpadder, North. 


262 O 22 


42 


188 o 






i 



Kilsillagh Ibane and Barryroe (W.R.) Total Area, 244a. 2r. 7p. ; Pop. 118.; Val. 
I90/. I5J. 

Kilworth Condons and Clongibbons (E.R.) Total Area, 54573. 3r. 9p. ; Val. 2755^. 



Ballinrush 
Ballinvoher 
Glansheskin 
Graigue 
Killally, East ... 
Killally, West ... 
Kilworth 


604 o 12 
1261 3 3 
217 i 23 
727 3 22 

283 2 2 

185 i 10 

175 2 17 


"3 

116 
48 
66 
46 
46 
43 


102 15 

262 10 
254 o 
167 o 

211 15 

ru 10 

59 15 


Knockanohill .... 
Maryville 
Monadrishane . . . 
Moorepark 
Toor 
Whitebog .;. 


"3' 3 3| " 
89 2 29! 33 
214 3 34' 43 
233 i 38, 33 
7i6 3 31 35 
633 i 25 24 


121 O 

259 o 
259 5 
4i3 o 
35 15 
37 15 



Kinneigh Carbery, East, W.D. (W.R.) Total Area, i5O95a. 2r. 3p. ; Val. 7262?. 



Aghalinane 


305 3 6 


59 


112 10 


Garland 


189 i. .3 


37 105 5 


Anaharlick 


353 3 13 


73 


133 


Gortaleen 


185 3 13 


4i 


74 10 


Ardkilleen 


405 2 IO 


61 


179 10 


Gurteenroe 


291 2 29 


48 


115 10 


Ballaghanure 


207 3 12 


28 


89 5 


Kilnacranagh, E. . 


486 o 7 


101 


205 10 


Ballyvelone, East. 


256 2 22 


48 


113 10 


Kilnacranagh, W. 


423 2 33] 90 


172 15 


Ballyvelone, West 


422 3 26 


103 


195 15 


Kinneigh 


428 o 15) 96 


216 10 


Belrose, Lower ...j 226 2 19 


40 


118 15 


Lackanashinnagh. 


224 i 23 


3 


55 IS 


Belrose, Upper ... 


433 2 33 


i5 


206 10 


Laravoolta 


390 3 15 


78 


176 is 


Buckree 


183 o 39 


18 


64 5 


Lissacroneen 


213 015 


33 


92 10 


Caher 


616 i 38 


IOI 


284 15 


Lissarourke 


512 2 2$ 


92 


304 5 


Cappeen, East ... 


435 i 34 


49 


151 o 


Lissicorrane 


337 3 25 


54 


H2 5 


Cappeen, West ... 


3'5 2 15 


65 


129 15 


Mallow ... 


233 o 5 


42 


90 o 


Castlelands 


224 2 29 


67 


191 5 


Moneygaff, East... 


666 i 38 


131 


236 o 


Castletown 


464 2 12 


132 


272 15 


Moneygaff, West. 602 I 33 


129 


230 o 


Clash 


91 2 33 


28 


53 10 


Moneynacroha ... 


382 2 17 84 


130 o 


Clonomara ...; 207 o 32 


46 


89 10 


Paddock 


269 o 17 


59 


117 10 


Cloonareague ... 182 I 24 


45 


98 5 


Palaceanne 


211 38 


39 


153 


Connagh ... 309 3 16 88 153 6 


Rushfield 


2l6 2 12 


43 


106 5 


Coolabaun 


i7 3 37 15 46 o 


Shanaclogh 


H5 3 39 


37 


68 o 


Derrigra 


231 o 5 23! 329 o 


Sleenoge 


118 3 2ij 43 


IOI 10 


Dromfeagh 


399 o 9 82^ 173 o 


Teadies, Lower ... 


204 2 5! 30 


170 5 


Dromidiclogh ... 


293 o i 31 170 5 


Teadies, Upper ... 


595 2 39 107 


354 5 


Dromidiclogh, W., 312 I I2 ( 55 253 o 


Teenah 


284 i 17 47 


90 10 


Farranmareen ...1493 2 2 100 174 15 









88 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Kinsale Kinsale (E.R.) Total Area, 377a. 31-. iyp. ; Val. 4845*. 



Townlands. 


Area. 

A. *. f. 


Pop. Val. 1874. 
1871. s- 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. 

1871. 


Val. 1874. 
* 


Abbey-lands.pt. (") 


6 o 29 40 


87 o 


Knocknacurra . . . 


"33 


J 


17 o 


Batfynacubby, p. () 


30 o 32 9 


loo 15 


Mansfield's Land, 








Blackhorsefield, 








part of (") 


803 


II 


36 5 


part of (<*) 


406 


4 


45 5 


Kathmore, pt. (a). 


2 I 3 2 


92 


126 o 


Commoge 


42 O 6 22 


85 15 


Townplots 







2607 o 


Dromderrig, pt.() 53 2 9 


1539 10 










(a) The remainder of this townland is in the township of Kinsale. 


Kinure Kinalea(E.R.) Total Area, 19873. 2r. 38p. Val. logo/. 


Annefield 


140 3 i8| 25 


81 5 


Killeagh 


74 o 17 


17 


40 5 


Ballinwillin 


112 3 20 27 


69 15 


Kinure 


448 i 14 


55 


277 o 


Bawnagoynig 


104 2 17 3 


65 o 


Knockacullen ... 


2IO O 31 


19 


96 o 


Castletown 


IO2 O JO 1 6 


47 10 


Knocknanav 


99 2 i 


27 


56 o 


CLshroe 


77 o 21 24 


55 10 


Ring, East 


103 i o 


40 


52 o 


Cooleens 


89 2 8 5 


5i 5 


Ring, West 


86 i 36 


45 


41 10 


Curra 


290 i . 7! 32 


132 o 


Tonabuska 


47 3 28 


27 


24 15 


Knockavilly Kinalea (E.R.) area, 25483. or. 37p. ; val. l82l/. Muskery, East (E.R.) 


area, 3661 a. 3r. ip. ; val. 


i842/. 






Kinalea. 








Ballymountain ...| 431 3 20 


43 


222 15 


Ballyhndle 


398 o 7 


39 


172 o 


Belrose ...I 454 o 13 


66 


260 10 


Ballymurphy, Nth 


506 O 20 


77 


268 o 


Garranwaterig 


483 2 


70 


219 15 


Baliymurphy, Sth 


532 i 35 62 


247 15 


Kill 


224 i 34 


42j 145 15 


Garryhankard ... 


325 2 24 bi 


353 o 


Knockaphreghane' 374 i 22 


60 


191 to 


Lissagroom 


300 o 27 98 


388 10 


Raheen ... 372 2 16 


67 


196 o 


Lissanisky 


485 3 4 126 


391 15 


Russelhill ... 656 I 33 


75! 304 10 


Muskery, East. 








Tuocusheen 


279 o 38 55 


128 o 


'Ballincourneenig. . 385 025 17 


173 5 






Knockrnourne--Barrymore (E.R.) area, 9533. ir. 2p. ; val. 731 /. Condons and Clon- 


gibbons (E.R.) area, 19963. 


or. I2p. ; val. ioi8/. $s. Kinnatalloofi 


(E.R 


) area, 


58863. 2r. 5p. ; val. 4644/. 








Banynwre. 








Carrigeen, East... 320 3 .3 


37 


413 10 


Ballydaw 


123 o 20 


18 


89 IS 


Carrigeen, West . . . 


135 3 10 


19 


131 10 


Ballymurphy. Lr.. 


J94 o 34 


17 


160 5 


Carrigeennill 


355 o 23 


24 


113 o 


Ballymurphy. Up. 


332 2 28 


29 


222 


Carrigmore 


282 o 17 


27 


262 o 


Ballynella 


169 2 14 


13 


149 o 


Castleview 


181 2 36 


20 


287 o 


Bally robert 


133 2 26 


2 


110 


Clashaganniv 


423 o 32 


73 


310 10 


Condons &* Clon- 








Conna 


466 2 34 


49 


481 o 


gibbons. 








Cooladurragh 


185 3 32 


21 


195 10 


Coolbaun 


68 3 37 


26 


43 o 


Curraheen 


602 o 24 


156 


465 15 


Currabeha 


168 2 .15 


18 


71 10 


Glebe 


4 i 2 


5 


5 5 


Kilcoran, North... 


83 0.8 





53 5 


Glenatore, Lower. 


139 2 33 


42 


119 15 


Kilcoran, South... 


474 i 35 


75 


223 o 


Glenatore, Upper. 


173 o 30 


3 


76 10 


Moydelliga 


1200 3 37 


206 


627 10 


Kilclare, Lower... 


109 o 7 


33 


I0 3 r 5 


Kinnattalloon, 




| 


Kilclare, Upper .. 


493 i 28 


58 


278 10 


Ballybride, Lwr... 


339 i 5 


66 297 it 


Killavarilly 


372 22 


56 


258 10 


Ballybride, Upr... 


342 2 32 


59 


190 10 


Knockastickane . . . 


164 2 35 


'7 


102 O 


Belvidere 


171 I 2 


13 


97 o 


Littlegrace 


50 o 38 


7 


65 o 


Bridepark ... 81 3 4 29 


103 5 


Monagoun ... 491 o 36 


66 


286 10 


Knocktemple Duhallow (E.R.) Total Area, 46i8a. ir. i3p. ; val. 2714^. i$s. 


Cappanagoul 


509 * 39 


40 


3H 5 


Killin?ne 


243 3 4| 25 


139 10 


Commons 


185 i ii 


38 


92 15 


Knawh 1 


345 2 2 


4 


*95 5 


Coolbane 


168 3 3d 


15 


68 o 


Knockaneda 


162 3 22 


20 


92 15 


Freemount 


382 2 I 





256 5 


Knockcloona 


114 o 14 


21 


67 15 


Garragort 


223 I 19 


23 


144 o 


Knocknamuck ... 


229 2 16 


174 


156 5 


Glenfield, North . 


136 ' 33 


30 


70 5 


Lyre 


77 o 14 


14 


39 10 


Glenfield, South . 


343 3 * 


26 


257 5 


Sunfort 


230 i 18 


29 


163 10 


Kilberrihert ...905 o 37 80 


436 10 


Tulladuff 


359 3 35 


9 6 


221 O 



Lackeen Orrery and Kilmore (E.R.) Townland of Lackeen. Area, 2793. 3r. I9p. ; 
pop. 30 ; val. i88/. iqs. 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 

Leighmoney Kinalea (E.R.) Total Area, 27160.. ir. 39p. Val. 12977. 



89 



Townlands. 


Area. , Pop. 


VaL 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. 


Val. 1874. 




A. R. P. 1871 


, s. 




A. R. P. 


1871. 




Ballydonaghy 


223 3 16 17 


91 5 


Lissard 


204 2 7 


25 


121 10 


Clogheen 


249 o 7 35 


107 o 


Lissheeda 


227 o 26 


31 


121 IO 


Derrynagasha ... 


426 3 7 62 


184 10 


Shanevally 


175 2 33 


34 


60 o 


Lahern 


77 3 o 17 


28 10 


Shippool 


235 2 1 3 


21 


109 o 


Leighmoney Beg . 


143 i 22 34 


63 10 


Shanagore 


261 i 4 


43 


205 o 


Leighmoney More 1 30 o 30 5 


17 10 Slievegallane ... 461 o 34 


36 


187 10 


Leitrim Condons and Clongibbons (E.R.) Area, 59ioa. or. 8p. Val. 2653^. ios. 


Ballynalacken ... 


529 2 15 101 


439 5 


Kilmurry, South.. 521 04 


117 


433 5 


Ballynamuddagh . 


933 3 3 151 


228 5 


Knockaskehane... 226 2 18 


5 


106 5 


Bailynaparka, Nt. 


172 o 10 52 


88 o 


Knockatrasnane... 518 i 3 


33 


'47 o 


Bailynaparka, St. 


123 o 23 


33 


112 


Kyle Beg ... 144 I 23 


24 


48 o 


Coolalisbeen 


269 I 27 


68 


222 5 


Leitrim 


376 3 o 


52 


273 15 


Cronohill 


725 I 2 


136 


146 o 


Propoge 


802 o -5 


167 


258 10 


Kilmurry, North... 


567 28 64 


151 o 










The remainder of the parish of Leitrim is in the barony of Coshmore and Coshbride, county of 




Waterford. 






Liscarroll Orrery and Kilmore (E.R.) Total area, 4O27a. 2r. I5p. ; Val. 


3I29/. 15^. 


Altamira ... 216 I 5 33 


215 5 


Liscarroll ... 116 2 22 





190 10 


Coolbane .. 288 2 12 





335 15 


Moyge 


840 2 13 


126 


644 15 


Knockarbane ... 429 3 34 


IOI 




Rockspring 


350 3 6 


189 


316 o 


Knockbarry ... 635 I 10 


107! 


420 o 


Rossnanarney 


336 2 37 


10 


151 15 


Lackaroe ' ...! 563 2 36 


139 


320 5 


Sallypark 


249 o o 


35 


222 IO 


Liscleary Kerrycurrihy (E.R.) Total area, 43043. 3r. 6p. ; val. 30837. S.T. 


Ballea 


930 2 34 161 


780 o 


Coolsallagh 


273 29 


48 


99 o 


Ballinphelic 


564 3 o 132 


376 15 


Meadstown 


982 2 26 


130 


692 10 


Bally ginnane 


394 3 3i 39 


151 15 


Raffeen 


550 o 23 


176 


54i 5 


Ballyhemiken ... 


58 o 9 26 


75 5 


Shanagraigue 


465 3 5 


66 


260 o 


Carrigaline ... 84 o 29 


106 15 








Lisgoold Barrymore fE.R.) Total area, 31530. 3r. op. ; val. I44I/. 


Bally leagh 


118 o 39 16 


42 o 


Corballybane ... 241 I 12 


34 


123 10 


Ballynaskeha 


186 ii 


18 


105 o 


Glengarriff Beg ... ! 180 I 35 


IO 


52 5 


Ballysallagh 


198 i 28 


27 


90 o 


Glengamff More. . ! 184 2 29 


7 


73 15 


Carrigane 


188 3 32 ii 


42 10 


Learn! ara ...; 38 o 29 





21 IO 


Clash, East 


144 o 33 4 


69 5 


Lisgoold, East ... 367 I 29 


75 


222 5 


Clash, \Vebt 


ioi 3 39 15 


49 15 


Lisgoold, North ..; 325 3 9 


88 


143 15 


Corbally, North... 


338 i 7 97 


89 15 


Lisi:oold, West ... 213 3 26 


21 


121 IO 


Corbally, South... 236 2 36 42 


152 5 Poundquarter ...' 88 3 16 


II 


42 o 


Lislee Ibane and Barryroe (w.R. 


Total area. 63023. ir. 2 1 p.; val. 48217. I2J. 


Agha 


224" o 27 


1 06 


139 o Butlerstown ...; 372 o 2 


62 


3H 17 


Ardcoohig 


109 3 22 


14 


70 10 


Carrigeen 


247 2 30| 102 


215 15 


Ballincollop 


95 3 19 


10 


30 5 


Courtmacsherry ... 


215 I 29 


36 


194 5 


Ballincurrig 


128 i 25 


48 


144 o 


Cullenagh 


363 i 18 


128 


500 10 


Ballinluig 


183 o 19 


85 


91 10 


Curraheen 


236 I 22 


72 


142 15 


Ballinvrokig 


246 o 3 


53 


203 15 


Dunworly ...] 328 2 31 


IIS 


227 10 


Ballvcarden 


62 o 16 


23 


41 o 


Knock anemeeleen 97 3 6 


20 


52 5 


Bailycullenane ... 


54 2 18 


19 


42 15 


Lackarour ... 127 o 3f 


! 45 


43 15 


Bailyhigeen 


57 o ii 


26 


38 o 


Lisleecourt 


420 2 15 


223 


320 15 


Ballyhutch 


55 i 20 


28 


38 o 


Lisleetemple ... 193 3 6\ 55J 189 5 


Ballylangy 


192 2-8 


46 


'49 5 


Lissycrimeen ... 532 o 2 130 379 5 


Ballymacraheen . . 


"3 2 3 




80 10 


Meelmane 


226 o 3 177; 265 15 


Ballymacredmond 


5OO 2 -7 


191 


35 o 


Shanaghobarra- 








Ballymacshoneen 


233 o 7 


149 


157 5 


vane ... 173 o 14 82 97 15 


Ballynamona 


235 3 " 


57 135 15 


Tirnanean ... 165 I 33 ?6j 141 o 


Barreragh ,., ! no 22 48 63 15 









90 PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 

Lismore and Mocollop Condons and Clongibbons (E.R.) area, 12933. ir. 
val. 1135^. 5^. 



Townlands. 


Area 
A. R. r. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Val. j8 7 4. 
s- 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R P. 


Pop. 
1871. 


VaL 1874. 

* 


Garrynagoul 


266 3 18 


79 


2 4 15 


Shean 


75 i 22 


29 


42 10 


Glenagurteen 


156 2 20 


23 


131 o 


Waterpark 


463 I 22 


I 9 8 


383 10 


Marshtown 


33i o 36 


3 


337 10 











The remainder of the parish of Lismore and Macollop is in the barony of Coshmore and Coshbride, 

county of Waterford. 

Litter Condons and Clongibbons (E.R.) area, 27323. 2r. i6p. ; val. 22671. 
Fermoy (E.R.) area, 267 la. 2r. 35p. ; val. 20357. 



Condons &* Clon- 








Fermoy. 


| 




gibbons. 








Acres 


141 o 36 


76 


133 IS 


Castlehyde, East . . . 


340 27 


16 


437 10 


Castlehyde, West. 


103 2 25 


34 


i 8 15 


Coolmucky 


278 2 12 


21 


98 10 


Commons 


9 3 " 


33 


10 10 


Coolroe ... 389 I 8 


9 8 


181 10 


Cregg, North ... 


187 o 17 


52 


2O2 IO 


Deerpark . | 242 3 6 


9 


1 68 10 


Cregg, South 


238 3 9 


27 


202 IO 


Garraunigerinagh.: 677 I 29 


182 


710 15 


Creggolympry, N. 


311 o 4 


19 


377 10 


Knockacappul ... 


100 I 12 


26 


72 15 


Creggolympry, S . 


191 3 26 


30 


179 10 


Labbacallee 


392 2 12 


75 


298 10 


Kingston's-fiekls. . 


43 3 15 


9 


21 15 


Sheepwalk, East.. 


3" i 30 


17 


299 5 


Knockananig 


971 o 27 


35 


293 5 










Sheepwalk, West. 


75 7 


18 


86 o 


; 




Templenoe ... 397 38 


46 


419 o 


Little Island Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, i69ia. 2r. I7p. Val. 3057^. 


Ballytrasna 


382 o 14 


179 


791 15 Harper's Island ... 


69 2 23 5| 117 a 


Carrigrenan 


80 3 12 


3i 


197 15 


Inchera 


84 I 21 


25 


226 o 


Castleview 


122 I 17 


40 


296 10 


Wallingstown ... 


377 i 3i 


127 


642 o 


Courtstown 


574 3 19 


118 


786 o 










Macloneigh Muskery, West (W.R.) Total Area, 38083. ir. 8p. Val. 20097. 


5'- 


Annahalabog 


259 o 25 j 


32 5 


Inchinashigane ... 


505 i i 


190 


401 5 


Annahala, East ... 


266 o 9 


214 


123 13 


Inchisine 


380 2 36 


70 


134 5 


Annahala, West . 


393 2 8 




251 5 


Kilnarovanagh ... 


396 o 23 


66 


173 


Farranavarrigane .. 


171 2 13 


26 


165 10 


Toomsbog 


128 2 8 6 


19 o 


Gearagb, East ... 


68 i i 





21 


Tooras, East 


609 O 12 


149 


336 10 


Gearagh, West ... 37 o 21 





8 10 Tooms, West ... 


592 3 ii 


172 


343 5 


Macroney Condons and Clongibbons (E.R.) Total Area, 83703. 2r. 


lop. 


5 Val., 


2994^. ioj. 










Ballard .. 442 2 29 


108 


147 10 


Gortnaskehy ..-(935 i 29 


; 238 


316 10 


Billeragh. East ... 


905 2 21 


160 


291 o 


Kilclogh 


517 o 6| 136 


207 10 


Billeragh, West... 


8lO I 10 


76 


3i8 15 


Lyre 


576 i 13 


1 08 


128 5 


Castlecooke 


597 2 37 


67 


300 10 


Lyre (Barry) ... 648 2 28 


91 


128 5 


Coolaneague 


303 i 20 


43 


79 o 


Lyreen ... 304 3 26 


59 


H3 5 


Coolmoohan 


406 i 32 


90 


183 5 


Macroney, Lower. 578 o I 


58 


81 15 


Crinnaghtane 


236 3 33 


49 


124 15 


Macroney, Upper. 738 3 10 


59 


2OI 15 


Curraghanolomer . 367 3 35 


15 


96 5 








Macroom Muskery, West (W.R.) Total area, 126663. 2r. 3ip. Val. 72957. 


IO.C. 


Ballynagree, East 11320 i 9 


83 


189 15 


Gortyleahy 


136 3 21 20 


83 5 


Ballynagree, West; 1345 2 3 


137 


194 10 


Gurteenroe 


447 2 26 190 


687 5 


Bally veerane 


444 o 13 


45 


196 o 


Kill 


224 3 32 


46 


,104 15 


Bcalick 


361 3 14 


75J 290 o 


Kilnagurteen 


447 i 38 


27 


453 5 


Carrigagulk 


2292 3 37 


210 


306 15 


Lackaduff 


200 3 17 


ii 


80 15 


Csrriganine 


I2O 2 6 25 


80 o 


Maghereen 


32 o 28 


3i 


617 10 


Codrum 


454 i 38 119 307 o 


Rahalisk 


1075 3 27 


153 


239 10 


Coolcour 


416 o 31 51 


416 o 


Rockborough 


"5 2 34 


18 


95 15 


Coolyhane 


288 i i 


72 215 o 


Sleveen, East ... 


528 i 10 


44 20 9i 5 


Cusloura 


1443 2 18 156 152 10 


Sleveen, West ... 


226 3 15 


104 


162 10 


Droinduff 


392 2 24; 62 140 O 


Tullatreada 


349 i 29 


So 


192 5 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Magourney Muskery, East (E.R.) Total Area, s868a. 2r. 7p. ; Val. 43107. i$s. 


Townlands. 


Area. 
A. R. P. 


Pop. Val. 1874. 
1871. , s. 


Townlands. 


Area. Pop. iVal. 1874. 

A. K. P. 1871. S- 


Carhoo, Lower ... 


284 2 I 


55 233 15 Kilgobnet 


310 3 34 47 260 5 


Carhoo, Upper ... 


199 13 


32 163 15 Knockanenagark. . 


165 3 22 20 79 5 


Canignamuck . . . 


363 3 3 


45 270 o Knockaneowen ... 


72 o 34 107 


76 15 


Clontead Beg ... 


227 22 90 245 oiLeemount 


103 i 38 21 


115 10 


"Clontead More ... 


339 -9 94 : 245 5 Meeshal 


215 3 o 36 


204 15 


Coolacullig 


521 34 133 252 5 Monareagh 


159 2 4 29 


125 10 


Deeshart 


101 3 15 103 10 Nadrid 


545 3 21 96 


557 10 


Dorreen 


378 39 


120. 285 10 


Oldcastle 


417 2 38 53 


168 o 


Fergus 


557 " 76; 33i 10 


Rockgrove ... 


189 o 31 35 


157 10 


Glebe 


69 321 20| 91 5 


Tullig Beg 


73 o 15 23 


49 10 


Kilcolman 


90 2 29 


24! 79 15 Tullig More 


481 2 25 86 215 o 


Mallow Duhallow (E.R.) area, 484^ 3r. 30?. ; val. 557*. S-f- Fermoy (E.R.) 


area, 8335*. ir. 13?. ; val. 16826^. I5-J-. 


Duhallow. 




Cloughlucas, Nth. 292 o 27 62 234 o 


Firville, West ... 350 o 5 46 414 5 


Cloughlucas, Sth..' 269 o 22! 14 345 o 


Gortnagross ... 55 3 33 


14 82 o 


Curraghanearla ... 153 2 27 


29 184 o 


Newtown ... 78 3 32: 17 


61 o 


Curraghpadeen ... 


H3 o 39 


9 107 10 


Fermoy. 




Drornsligo 


455 2 28 


98 


578 15 


AonabeUa 


367 2 4 132 


1327 o 


Firville, East ... 


8 I 2 


7 


7 15 


Ashgrove 


102 i .4) 5 


118 o 


Gooldshill 


285 3 6 


451 493 15 


Brtllvdahin, p.ofW 


203 2 I4| 98 


1228 5 


Keatleysclose ... 


7 2 2 35 


22 93 10 


Ballyellis 


33 2 2 371 44 


492 o 


Kilknockan, p. of(") 


197 3 7 


^443 


465 15 


Ballygarrett 


216 2 37 


55 


258 o 


Killagrohan 


374 o 7 


34 


333 o 


Bd'lyviniter, Low. 


400 2 6 


47 


492 15 


Killetra, pt. of () 


335 i 29 


37 647 5 


Ballyviniter, Mid. 


464 3 14 


67! 377 15 


Knockaroura 


339 o 34 


38 44 5 


Ballyviniter, Up. 


547 2 31 


60 


415 15 


Knoppoge 


399 o 37 


41 


188 5 


Bearforest, Low. 








Lackanalooha, p (") 


70 3 27 


19 148 o 


part of 


98 3 12 


37 


239 15 


Leaselands 


87 2 33 


8| 139 5 


Bearforest, Upper 


121 2 24 


28 


168 15 


Lodge 


287 3 18 


33 ; 337 o 


Carhookea!,p. of (a 


148 2 6 37 


275 '5 


Mallow, pt. of ... 


3o 3 6 


5437 5 


Cajrigoon Beg ... 


187 2 18 5 


229 o 


Parkadallane 


70 3 19 


9 92 o 


Carrigoon More... 


161 2 13 


ro 


201 15 


Scarteen 


160 i 17 


12 146 15 


Castlelands,p.of(tf) 


157 i 19 


4 


429 15 


Spaglen, pt. of (<*' 


409 3 36 


49 549 10 



243 2 7 [2503 13 



(a.) The remainder if this townland is in Mallow township. 
(d) Including inmates of Mallow Union Workhouse. 

Marmullane Kerricurrihy (E.R.) Total Area, 5293. ir. 8p. Val. 29477. 
Arclmore ... 285 3 I 77 443 loj Pembroke 

Marshalstown Condons and Clongibbons (E.R.) Total Area, 72903, 3r. I7p. Val. 
47187. 15-r. 

Gorteenatarriff .. 

Gortnaminna 

Gortnasna 

Gortroe 

Killaclug, East ... 

Killaclug, West... 

Killee 

Knockagarry 

Marshalstown ... 

Mitchelstown 

Matehy Muskery, East (E.R.) Total Area, 7og6a. 2r. 23p. Val. 4935^. 

Govtdonogh More! 595 
Kilclogh ...j 754 



Ballyarthur ...; 852 


3 17 


195 377 o 


Baunannooneeny . 250 


5 


60 161 o 


Booladurragha ... 


98 


36! 12 61 10 


Boolakelly 


144 


26 38] 84 10 


Cloghleafin 


161 


24 


187 


134 10 


Clyroe ... 


53 


35 




51 5 


Currnghgonn 


721 


23 


282 


480 5 


Derrylahan 


333 


26 


86l 124 o 


Derrynanool 


458 


7 


8? 


296 5 


D rough ... 


239 


2 13 


18 


185 o 


Glenahulla ... 


250 


3 3 


45 


190 10 



417 


3 27 71, 180 15 


189 


3 28 


4i 


82 10 


117 


o 37 18 


68 10 


482 


3 5 62 


235 5 


189 


3 5 


56 124 5 


202 


o 9 


18 162 10 


631 


i 33 


96 


532 10 


611 


3 5 


122 


34i 15 


480 


o 24 


119 


445 5 


393 


i 29 


25 


399 15 



Cloghphillip 
Cloghroe 
Coolflugh 
Courtbrack ... 
Dawstown 
Dromin 
Gilcagh 


564 
690 

V* 
817 

341 
263 

541 


3 

i 

2 

2 


2 


21 
O 
21 
17 

36 

37 
H 


199, 
203 

34 
1 68 

43 

57i 
138 


360 
593 
334 
487 
228 
1 80 
302 


15 
o 

i? 
o 

5 

10 

IS 



Killeen ... 264 
Kilnamucky ... 257 
Loughane, East... 501 
Loughane, West..i 541 
Vicarstown ... 546 



124! 356 10 

2I 5 383 1 

65, 156 10 

131 574 15 

42 35i 15 

93J 320 10 

I49i 305 5 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Midleton Imokilly (E'.R.) Total Area, S7i2a. or. 5p. Val. ri876/. 



Townlands. A A ^ ea " p ,^P; 


Val. 1874. 
s. 


Townlands. 


Area. Pop. 

A. B. H. 1871. 


Val. 1874. 


Ballyedekin ... 257 o 31 22 


1 88 10 


Coppingerstown .. 


247 i 9 80 


219 15 


Ballynacorra ... 119 2.19 


237 5 


Dunsfort 


141 2 16 27 


174 10 


Ballynacorra, East 155 3 39 41 


193 o 


Gearagh 


258 2 28 40 


266 5 


Ballynacorra. West 


251 0.36 219 


912 15 


Glebe 


__ _ 


65 o 


Bawnard, East ... 


142 i. ..3 16 


1 10 10 


Innygraga 


222 I 17 41 


245 5 


Bawnard, West ... 


207 1.32 149 


167 5 


Killeagh 


427 i 18 45 


458 o 


Broomfield, East.. 


^^\ o ..9 8 1 


482 5 


Knockasturkeen. . . 


93 o 7 26 


60 o 


Broomtield, West, 


365 0.2.1 138 


489 o 


Knockgorm 


94 3 .1.2 23 


54 10 


Butlerstown 


174 2 38 2S| 134 15 


Loughathalia 


218 o 21 55 


273 o 


Cahermone 


171 O.JL5 22 


237 15 


Park, North 


J 38 3 ^8 232 


249 10 


Carrigagour 


124 2 6 36 


140 5 


Park, South 


112 I 25' 19 


164 5 


Carrigeenamoe ... 


29 o 29 16 


25 '5 


School-land . ... 


i 


66 o 


Carrigshane 


278 2 25 107 


256 5 


Townparks, p. of(<) 


ii 3 8 


4954 5 


Castleredmond ... 


486 3 33 339 


858 15 


Whiterock 


202 o 5! 62 


190 o 



(a) The remainder of this townland is in the township of Midleton. 
Mogeely Imokilly (E.R.) Total Area, 64293. 3r. 25p. Val. 5274*. 15.7. 



Annistown 


123 3 .a 


18 


79 5 


Dower 


270 3 38 


209 10 


Ballindinis .,. 


IIO 10 




III 


Drominane 


385 3 15 


60 


2I 5 15 


Ballycrenane Beg. 


102 3 18 


7 


136 5 


Garranej ames 


392 o 15 


63 


354 5 


Ballygibbon 


208 o 14 


29 


108 15 


Garryonghtragh, 








Ballymacooly Begi 163 3 34 


23 


86 o 


North 


143 2 i 


35 


116 10 


Ballymacooly M're 


270 3 24 


65 


152 o 


Garryoughtragh, 








Ballynametagh .. 


238 i i 


17 


119 15 


South 


27 3 10 


4 


26 o 


Bally vorisheen ... 


121 2 13 


22 


too o 


Glenane More ... 


373 i 22 


57 


204 5 


Carrignashinny ... 


372 2 22 


Si 


388 15 


Glenane Wood ... 


24 2 19 




8 10 


Castlemartyr 


30 o o 





459 5 


Grange 


96 2 27 


37 


120 5 


Castletown 


394 o 9 


72 


290 5 


Killamucky ... 


334 o 16 


27 


352 5 


Clasharinka 


26 2 IO 


II 


77 15 


Killeenamanagh. . 


303 3 22 


42 


217 15 


Cool cap 


407 i 10 


61 


202 o 


Kilrush 


359 i 20 


35 


i74 15 


Crow bally 


241 3 5 


38 


140 15 


Lismalaghlin 


185 o 12 


81 


190 5 


Deerpark 


391 I 14 


n 


315 o 


Mogeely 


259 I 22 


"3 


318 o 



Mogeely Kinnattalloon (E.R.) Total Area, 97083. 3r. 26p. Val. 4618^. 



Ballyanthony 


273 0.9 


ii 67 10 


Lacken 


262 o 20 


71 5 15 


Ballyclogh ...i 112 3 9 


17 65 10 


Lackenbehy 


101 3 18 


1 8! 66 10 


Ballycullane 


236 i 6 


37 146 5 


Limekilnclose . . . 


41 3 26 





54 o 


Ballyerrin 


175 o ii 


26 92 10 


Lisnabrin Lodge . . . 


28 3 7 


6 


67 o 


Ballyknockane . . 


212 2 27 


ii 49 15 


Lisnabrin, Lower. 


114 o 16 


14 


175 o 


Blackpool 


38 o -27 


41 


75 10 


Lisnabrin, North.. 


217 o o 


IO 


112 15 


Caher 


226 o 33 


12 


44 10 


Lisnabrin, South.. 


180 3 25 


22 


121 O 


Curraglass, East.. 


68 2 32 


6 107 o 


Lyre 


160 3 4 


27 


78 5 


Curraglass, West.. 97 2 30 n 183 15 


Lyre Mountain ... 


360 2 20 


24 


36 5 


Frankfort 


20 o 301 9> 51 o 


Mogeely, Lower... 


304 i 5 


40 


308 o 


Glasshouse 


245 3 6| ii 


82 5 


Mogeely, Upper... 


247 o 38 


3 


117 o 


Glenacroghery ... 


308 2 n 53 


87 15 


Monaloo 


458 i -8 


40 


102 5 


Glengoura, Lower 184 I 21 


19 


54 o 


Mountprospect ... 


102 3 25 


16 


104 o 


Glengoura, Upper 


324 2 211 13 


77 5 


Poundfields 


15 2 16 





19 o 


Glenkeal 


- 76 2 10 9 


19 o 


Reanduff 


318 i 34 


73 


65 10 


Gortnafira 


78 3 14 8 


40 10 


Rearour, North . . . 


208 3 -28 




49 o 


Inchyallagh 


8 o 14 


10 IO 


Rearour, South ... 


223 3 33 


5 




Kilcronat 


516 3 26 


55 


219 o 


Rosybower 


105 2 37 


4 


167 5 


Kilcronat Moun- 








Sanclyhill 


263 i 13 


o 


70 o 


tain 


385 2 3 


28 


52 10 


Shanakill, Lower. 


244 o 25 


18 


278 15 


Kilmacow 


3'6 3 14 


81, 316 10 


Shanakill, Upper. 


244 i 35 


24 


109 10 


Kilnafurrery 


256 i 19 


4 


74 o 


Slieveadoctor 


260 3 8 


42 72 15 


Knockacool ... 404 3 36 


14 


66 o 


Templevally 


330 i 18 


231 208 5 


Knockanarrig ... 215 2 5 


71 39 o 


Vinepark 


7 o 17 


4 21 o 


Lackbrack ..., 84 3 35, 27 53 15 


Woodview 


36 i 3' 


7 38 o 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Mogeesha Barrymore (E.R.)Area, 3oo7a. 3r. 28p. ; val. 3667?. $s. Tmokilly (E.R.) 
Area, 481 a. or. 24p. ; val. 863^. 



Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. I Pop. 


Val. 1874. 




A. R P. 


1871. 


A * 




A, R. P. 


1874. 


t. 


Barrymon. 






Garryduff 


233 --I 20 


43 


268 10 


Ballintubrid, East. 


391 2 5 128 546 15 


Knockgriffin 


86 -.1 37 


9 


45 S 


Ballintubrid, West 


367 o 9 98 473 15 


Rossmore 


384 o 23 


88 


456 5 


Ballyannan 


363 o 8 106 385 15 


Imokilly. 








Ballyvodock, East 


533 036 39; 607 o 


Knockgriffin, pof 


364 o S 


62 


727 o 


Ballyvodock, West 


399 8| 66 515 10 


Oateneake, p.of (; 


72 .1 21 


37 


'35 IS 


Baneshane 


249 3- 14: Ii6| 268 10 


One Island 






o 5 


{a.} The remainder of this townland is in the township of Midleton. 


Monanimy- Fermoy (E.R.) Total Area, i83ia. or. I2p. ; Val. 38657. $s. 


Ballincurrig 


417 I 30 


io7| 249 15 


Curraghawaddra. . 


IO5 2 231 II 


46 10 


Ballyduff 


237 2 29 


57 159 3 


Glannagear 


423 2 26 


38 


47 10 


Ballygriffin 


532 2 34 


128 


541 10 


Killissane 


232 3 i 


"i 177 IS 


Ballymacmoy 


638 o 19 





686 10 


Knockacullata ... 


796 2 28 


86j 145 5 


Ballynageehy ... 


518 034 


6 


7i 5 


Knockwatear 


324 3 32 


3 1 ! J 9 5 


Beenaskehy 


349 2 13 


43 


87 10 


Monanimy, Lower 


439 2 25 


63 520 5 


Cappagh 


283 1.34 


3 


"3 5 


Monanimy, Upper 


38 o 23 


92 315 5 


Carrigacunna 


5IO I 21 


48 


388 o 


Tooreen 


350 i 36 


84 


81 5 


Cloghvoolia, Nth. 


1313 o 38 


49 


6? 15 


Toormore 


209 3 28 


27! 59 5 


Cloghvoolia, Sth . 758 I 18 36 88 5 


Monkstown Kerricurrihy (E.R.) Total Area, iS4Oa. 3r. 8p. j Val. 857I/. 2s. 


Ballyfouloo 


140 i 7 83! 119 15 


Monkstown(CFm) 


257 I 20 1780 


Ballymot 


109 3 28 


12 


114 o 


Park 


43 i * 


20 73 IS 


Lackaroe ... 


64 o 36 


155 724 10 


Parkgarriff 


255 * i 


39 357 5 


Maulbaun 


143 I 8 


3153 2 


Rathanker 


320 2 7 


42 393 10 


Monkstown ... 206 2 20 1557 o 


Tideway 





298 5 


Mourneabbey Barretts (E.R.) Total Area, ioo55a. or. 3ip. ; Val. 50997. Fennoy 


(E.R.) Total Area, I38oa. 31-. lop. ; Val. 2379^. 


Barretts. 






Glynn 


592 3 6 


105 


219 5 


Ballyfilibeen 


491 on 


107 


175 5 


Greenjiill 


657 o 17 


"5 


52i IS 


Ballyknockane ... 


497 2 36 


IOI 


238 10 


Kilquane 


523 o 32 


IOI 


219 10 


Ballynamona 


416 034 


52 


680 15 


Lahakinneen 


379 i 5 


68 


160 5 


Barrinclay 


408 i 37 


17 


106 10 


Monaparson 


354 3 3* 


104 


167 5 


Burn fort 


538 3 19 


4 


505 o 


Mourneabbey ... 


81 i 31 


8 


249 5 


Carrigduff 


791 o i 


44 


503 o 


Tooreen, North... 


H33 o 34 


89 


343 o 


Castlebarrett 


122 2 3C 


5 


85 5 


Tooreen, South... 


980 o 23 


269 


89 o 


Clashmorgan 


525 3 21 


5i 


225 15 


Fermoy. 








Cloghecn 


456 3 8 


79 


183 o 


Gortnagraiga 


393 o 3 


36 


278 o 


Farran 


5 2 7 3 15 


81 


185 o 


Quartertown Lwr.. 


494 .2 25 


241 


1232 o 


Garrynagearag ... 


576 2 3 


74 


250 15 


QuartertownUp... 


493 o 22 


73 


869 o 


Moviddy Muskery, East (E.R.) Total Area, 6i32a. ir. 39p. ; Val. 4096^. los. 


Ballinguilly 


3'3 3 24 


76 154 o 


Garranemuddagh .1 289 2 29 82) 131 15 


Bellmount, Lower 


474 25 


179 45 15 


Garraneleigh 


249 i 27 52 187 10 


Bellmount, Upper 


720 2 27 


130 3'5 15 


Inchirahilly 


474 p 16 129; 329 o 


Carrigeen 


284 o 7 


51 no o 


Kilbrennan 


461 o i 


54: 187 10 


Castlemore ... 


356 3 28 


141 496 10 


Kilcondy 


165 i 8 


14 123 15 


Coolmucky 


811 3 9 245 512 5 


Knockaneroe 


439 o 12 


68 229 o 


Commons 


74 i 23 17 26 5 


Ryecourt 


283 i 14 


361 322 10 


Farnanes 


510 o 5 


168 337 10 


Warrensgrove ... 


138 3 39 


261 164 o 


Farranduff ... 15 I 5 


18 10 




Murragh Carbery, East; W.D. (W.R.) Total Area, I5i8a. 3r. 37p. ; Val. 8i&. 15*. 


Kinalmeaky (W.R.) Total Area, 72363. ir. 6p. ; Val. 3426^ 5-c. 


CarbervE., W.D. 








Coolanagh 


633 2 37 


100 


307 5 


Dromavane 


491 i 13 100 


252 10 


Courtleigh 


284 o o 


74 


158 10 


Murragh 


408 2 IO 91 


334 15 


Farranalough 


1262 6 


190 


603 15 


Sranaviddoge 


619 o 14 113 


231 10 


Farran thomas 


546 i 12 


130 


299 10 


Kinnalmcaky. 








Killaneer 


405 I 2 


68 


246 15 


Pengour, East ... 


1217 2 33 


196 


487 10 


Newcestown 


666 o 38 


143 


360 5 


iien^our, West ..|i348 2 20 


202 


55 i5 


Tullyglass 


872 r 18 


130! 


412 o 



94 



PARISHES AND TOWXLANDS. 



Myross Carbery, West, E.D.(w.R.) Total Area, 41 iga. ir. I4p. Val. 2802;. i$s. 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop 

1871 


Val 1874. Townlands. 

A 1 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop 

1871. 


Val. 1874. 
f, s. 


Ardagh 


271 2 2 


40 


113 5 Cooldurragha 


379 3 2 9 


116 186 10 


Ardra ... 


83 3 16 


58 51 10 


Cooscroneen 


121 i 35 


69 84 .5 


Ballinatona ... 


140 o 28 


82 


IO2 O 


Listarkin 


163 2 13 




': 147 5 


Ballincolla ... 


352 2 36 


20 1 


307 5 


Maulicarrane 


"4 3 30 


29 68 6 


Bawnlahaa ... 


411 2 38 


86 273 o 


Myross 


226 I 2 


141 


146 5 


Brade 


59i 2 33 


155 342 5 


Raheen 


159 I 29 


63 


127 10 


Cahergal ... 


268 2 24 


132! 175 15 


Reen 


252 2 29 


85 


*36 5 


Carrigillihy 


253 2 7 


77 


190 15 


Skahanagh 


J73 3 15 


3' 


137 


Clontaff 


121 o 14 37 


20O 15 


Rabbit Island ... 


17 2 6! 15 


i3 5 


Nohaval Kinalea(E.R.) Total Area, 2568a. 2r. op. Val. 124$!. 


KM 




Ballincleasig 


198 o 30; 35 


87 10 


Ballyvorane, Nth. 161 


3 5 


56 


>5 IS 


Ballinreenlanig ... 


102 3 14 19 


63 5 


Ballyvorane, Sth.. 312 o 21 


112 


146 o 


Ballinwillin 


ii z 39 


2 


IO IO 


Curravohill ...i 127 3 14 


2O 


74 IS 


Ballybogey 


183 i 37 


41 


79 o 


Dunbogey ... 464 3 30 


61 


145 5 


Ballyherkin, Lwr. 


30 2 39 ii 


16 o 


Nohaval 


344 3 i? 


148 


280 15 


Ballyherkin, Upr. 


38 I 29 9 


24 o 


Reaniesglen 


195 a 27 


62 


57 15 


Ballyhullenkeague 


47 3 28 10 


28 15 


Springfield 


186 o o 


13 


69 5 


Ballynalougha . . . 


161 3 30 14 


57 o 






Nohavaldaly Duhallow (E.R.) Area, H543a. 2r. 8p. ; val. 3021^. 


Carrigaline ,..' 380 I 01 87 


109 10 


Mountinfant 


3" 


2 12 54 133 5 


Carriganes ... 1013 I 25 


97 


86 10 


Muinganine 


1063 3 8 34 


48 o 


Farrankeal ... 408 2 10 


124 


203 10 


Nohavaldaly 


964 3 8 127 


283 10 


Glencollins, Lwr.. 


393 i. 29 


40 


144 15 


Nohaval, Lower... 


414 3 28! 60 


161 10 


Glencollins, Upr.. 


966 2 4 


181 


155 15 


Nohaval, Upper... 


477 4 "3 


'53 o 


Kingwilliamstown 


254 P 38 


92 


114 10 


Park 


233 o 37 62 


84 15 


Knocknagree 


448 I 29 


143 


252 15 


Scrahan 


304 2 i 71 


H3 5 


Knockyhena 


595 o 22 


81 


173 10 


Shanbally 


428 i 37 82 


106 io 


Lackanastooka ... 


431 2 2 


69 


146 15 


Tooreenclassagh. . 


587 3 38 n 6 


102 5 


Laghtsigh 


442 3 29 


67 


124 5 


Tooreenglanahee . | 789 3 16 


'30 


141 io 


Lyredawdn 


489 2 II 


93 


139 o 


Tooreenreaghy ... 143 I 20 


26 


42 ^5 


The remainder of the parish of Nohavaldaly is in the barony of Magunnihy, county of Kerry. 


Rahan Fermoy (E.R.) Total Area, ioo82a. 3r. 36p. Val. 4I34/. 


IOJ. 




Ballinvuskig, East 


15 3 8 33 


59 5 


Knockanannig ... 


593 


2 29 


98 


116 15 


Ballinvuskig, West 


500 2 26 78 


160 15 


Knockbrack 


1286 


1 13 


171 


298 15 


Ballymagooly 


187 i 37 3i 


268 10 


Knuttery 


807 


2 26 


101 


184 o 


Bally vorisheen ... 


157 o 15! 25 


157 5 


Lavally, Lower ... 


119 


2 15 


35 


103 o 


Carrigoon 


329 2 27 20 


362 5 


Lavally, Upper ... 


808 


3 23 


181 


314 io 


Commonage 


13 2 39j 2 


I 10 


Monee, East 


404 


2 33 


59 


97 15 


Dromrahan 


225 i 20 9 


199 o 


Monee, West 


430 


3 26 


16 


164 o 


Fiddane, North... 


915 o 39 


in 


339 15 


Rahan 


1263 


i ii 


162 


439 o 


Fiddane, South.. 


560 i 37 36 


94 


Rockforest, East. 


2 55 


i 17 


34 


283 5 


Gortaneelig 


221 i 29] 59 


80 o 


Rockforest, West. 


170 


3 39 


16 


156 io 


Island 


679 2 7 161 


254 15 













Rathbarry Carbery, East, W.D. (W.R.) area, 375a. 2r. 23p. ; val. I39/. 
and Barryroe (w.R.) area, 4358a. 3r. op. ; val. 32o6/. 



Ibane 



C*rbery,E., W.D. 








Dundeady 


354 2 n 


196 


286 5 


Caher Beg 


375 2 23 


IOO 


'39 5 


Ganniv Beg 


'55 2 25 


3i 


79 '5 


Ibane &* Barryroe 








Ganniv More 


146 i 28 


81 


130 o 


Ballylibert 


109 3 28 


35 


99 o 


Gortagrenane 


129 i 39 


84 


82 io 


Camus 


320 3 7 


107 


203 io 


Kilkeran 


560 i 15 


268 


437 io 


Carrigfadeen 


138 i 37 


37 


97 o 


Knockaphonery... 


156 3 o 27 


4 io 


Carrigroe 


559 2 31 


161 


375 5 


Knocknagappul ... 


102 2- 8 


22 


56 15 


Castlefreke 


324 o 17 


44 


343 '5 


Lisduff 


161 o 27 


40 


125 o 


Castlefreke-island. 


245 r S 2 


6 


2IO IO 


Little-island 


III 2 20 




29 o 


Castlefreke- warren 


178 2 


3 


33 o 


Maulatrahane . . . 


79 2 o 





79 15 


Donoure 


416 3 36 


255 306 15 


Milltown 


106 2 39 


4' 


147 o 



PARISHES AND TOVVNLANDS. 



Rathclarin Carbery, East, E.D, (W.R.) Total Area, sgooa. 2r. ip.; val. 



95 



Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. jVal. 1874. 

o / 


Town'.ands. 


Area. | Pop. 


Va!.i3 7 t. 




.1871. i, s. 




A. R. P. 


1071.1 t. i. 


Ardacrow 


519 i 9 


80! 870 5' Farrannagark 


290 . i 6i 62' 238 5 


Ballycatteen 


338 Q 28 


74! 205 15 


Garranefeen 


47S i 3 


134 343 5 


Barleyfield 


795 3 " 


15' 


403 o 


Garry udruig 


856 I 2S 


156 375 5 


Barren 


639 i 27 


226 


408 15 


Gianduff 


464 2 2S 


57 


3'2 5 


Clooncalla Beg ... 


219 O 12 


49 


114 5 


Lisheenaleen 


267 o 17 


69 


'45 15 


Cloonca[laMore... 


543 i 9 


139 


334 o 


Shanakill 


197 o 17 


40 


99 5 


Goonderreen 


291 2 6 


35 


140 15 











Rathcooney Cork (E.R.) Total Area, 5 152a. 2r. I2p. Val. 6791^. roj. 



Arderrow 


140 2 26 52 


178 15 


Garraneboy 


200 o. 331 18 189 o 


Ballincrokig 


168 3 n 


38 


186 o 


Knocknahorgan ... 


SO 2 3 337 622 o 


Ballincro55ig 


217 2 28 


88 


323 o 


Lahardane 


208 i 4! 24 213 10 


Ballyharoon 


178 i 32 


13 


184 15 


Lisnahorna 


191 I 14 23 207 O 


Ballynoe 


297 3 12 


57 


195 I0 


Lota Beg 


201 i 19 126 557 15 


Bailyphilip 


3'3 o " 


26 


304 o 


Lota More 


539 o 7; 1691231 5 


Banduff 


292 i 34 


63 


384 o 


Poulacurry, North 


175 i 27; 270 389 5 


Coole, East 


507 2 34 


60 


255 15 


Poulacurry, South 


238 o 20 125 883 5 


Coole, West 


55O O 21 


98 


280 10 


Rathcooney 


229 o 381 64 206 15 



Rathcormack Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, I3995a. ir. 36?. ; val. 7o82/. gs. 



Aunamihoonagh. . 


88 o 38 


29 


24 '5 


Kilbrien 


217 o 5 21 127 o 


Ballybrowney, Lr. 


179 o 4 


57 


142 15 


Kildinan 


748 2 33 77 388 o 


Ballybrowney 








Kilshannig, Lower 


123 o 35i 23 112 7 


Mountain 


240 i 2 


77 


85 o 


Kilshannig, Upper 


238 i 9 


311 238 o 


Ballybrowney, Up. 


166 i 34 


15 


105 5 


Knockadroleen ... 


43 2 i 





42 o 


Ballyglissane 


203 i 37 


30 


188 10 


Knockanduff 


215 i 9 


17 


2C2 15 


Ballynagore 


83 i 28 


7 


68 10 


Knockaunacorrin. . 


120 29 


29 13 o 


Ballynahina 


890 2 25 


64 


399 5 


Lisnagar Demesne 


459 2, 39 


24 404 10 


Bally ready 


383 2 24 


26 


238 o 


L'ughaphreaghaun 


80 338 


i 71 10 


Barranahash 


290 o 33 


29 


148 ic 


Maulane, East ... 


191 o 14 


26 140 10 


Behernagh, Lower 


89 2 28 


44 


83 10 


Maulane, West ... 


220 o 33 


24 


148 10 


Behernagh, Upper 


189 2 5 


28 


70 5 


Moanlahan ... 


522 3 35 


62 


108 5 


Bridgeland, East.. 


44 2 37 


"3 


92 15 


Mondaniel 


602 3 36 


80 


487 5 


Bridgeland, West. 


46 o 36 


27 


54 10 


Mullentaura 


955 2 33 


79 225 5 


Coolea 


218 o 29 


9 


24 10 


Portduff 


162 2 10: 34 


33 10 


Coolnakilla 


ii5S 029 


170 


260 15 


Prap 


180 o 8 


15 


47 o 


Curragheprevirs ... 


53 2 15 


58 


370 o 


Raheen 


107 2 5 


42 


6 o 


Curraghteemore.. 


1 20 3 6 


!3 


92 o 


Rathcormack .... 


202 I I7J 


509 19 


Dromruagh 


26 3 39 




24 15 


Rathcormack 


. 






Garrynacole 


116 i 38 


25 


87 o 


Mountain 


481 2 4 


62 


39 o 


Gearagh 


167 3 o 


15 


137 o 


Shanaclogh 


88 3 8 


3 


79 10 


Glanakip 


678 2 8 


32 


"4 5 


Shanavagha ... 


226 12 


21 


30 5 


Glannagaul 


1320 i 36 


95 


409 10 


Shanbally 


97 i 33 


23 


84 10 


Glanreagh 


23 o 8 


4 


12 O 


Terramount 


127 i 30 


35 


182 5 


Gneeves 


70 3 18! 7 49 10 


Toberaneague ... 


286 3 23 


54 


78 15 



Rathgoggan Orrery and Kilmore (E.R.) Total Area, 33173. 2r. gp. ; val. 6437/. 



Ardmore 
Ardnageehy 
Ballyhubbo 
Ballypierce 
Ballysallagh 
Clashganniv 


182 o 15 
361 I 3 
114 3 '2 

159 2 14 
280 2 22 

107 3 32 


17 

53 
7 
27 
37 
30 


150 10 
350 o 

131' 5 
127 10 
306 15 
83 5 


Farranshonikeen. . 
Portlands 
Garrynagranoge . . . 
Rathgoggan, Mdl. 
Rathgoggan, Nth. 
Rathgoggan, Sth.. 


84 o 21 
121 o 15 

355 3 3 
529 i 18 
685 i 26 
335 ' 28 


i7| 75 15 
5 184 o 

47j 327 10 
-3524 5 
H4J 727 o 
661 449 5 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Ringcurran Kinalea (E.R.) area, I36ia. 3r. 2p. ; val. 
area, 4O56a. or. 38p. 



. IDJ. Kinsale (E.R.) 



Townlandi. A Al *- p 


Pop. 

1871. 


V J I8 7<- Townlands. 


Area. Pop. Val. 1874. 
A. . p. 1871.) / j. 


Kinalea. 








Forthill 


77 o i, 261 


78 o 


Ballynamaul 


282 i 6 


26 


129 o 


Garraha 


143 3 18 24 


III 


Ballyregan Beg ... 


1 88 b'si 


24 


84 o 


Glanbeg, pt. ()... 


i 3 2 


1 


104 10 


Ballyregan More.. 


434 1 123 59 


2OI 15 


Kilcawha 


135 2 8 3 


109 10 


Carhoo, North ... 


161 2. 2' 35 


70 o 


Knockabohilly ... 


17 o 39 i 


237 o 


Carhoo, South ... 


175 3' 9 24 


77 5 


Knockduff 


2 7' 3 3 6 45 


4 5 


Puckane 


119 2 II 


15 


36 10 


Knocknapogaree. . 


139 i 36 15 


107 15 


Kinsale. 








Mansfield's Land, 








Abbey-lands, pt/^ 


102 3 i 


210 O 


partW 


68 3 34 


18 


128 o 


Ardbrack 


203 i 18 35 


535 15 


Mellifontstown ... 


282 i 24 46 


226 5 


Ballymacus 


252 10 17 


134 10 


Preghane 


546 2 23 : III 


252 10 


Ballynacubby 


39 19 4 


81 o 


Rath Beg, pt/>... 


33 i -18, 149 


80 5 


Bawnavota 


233 o 28 37 


231 o 


Rath More 


336 o 14 49 


246 15 


Brownsroills 


2 2 I? 10 


23 o 


Rathvallikeen, pfaJ 


ii 2 14 


46 10 


Cappagh 


322 2 29! 45 


437 10 


Scilly 


6 o 14 





265 14 


Clonleigh 


159 3-37 


47 


103 15 


Sleveen 








435 10 


Commons 


' 3 32 





3 5 


Spital-land 


47 2 23 44 65 o 


Farranarouga, N.. 


23 o 30 


37 


36 10 


Troopers-close ... 




37 o 


Farranarouga, S. 


9 i 2 


33 14 o 


Waters-land, Nth. 


196 o o 25 178 15 


Farranatouke ... 


35 2 o 


15 55 5 


Waters-land, Sth,, 





i 


Farrangalway ... 


211 i 32 33 14 o 


pzrtfaJ ... 60 o 9' 115 10 



(a) The remainder of this townland is in the township of Kinsale. 



Ringrone Carbery East,-E.D. (W.R.) Area, 2353a. 2r. 27p. ; val. 1445?. Courceys, 
(W.R.) Area, 537ia. 3r. 38p. ; val. 3700^. Kinsale (E.R.) Area, I5i4a. 2r. igp. 
Val. 1 02 1/. fj. 



Carbery, E., E.D. 








Downpatrick, or 


| 




Ballydownis 


73 3 35 


3 


50 10 


Oldhead 


202 I 10 12 


128 15 


Bavvnea 


355 2 15 


3i 


140 15 


Dromdough 


332 3 4 


60 


H7 5 


Carrigcaiinon 


122 I 32 


10 


62 5 


Sarrylucas 


151 3 25 


94 


128 10 


Clonbouig 


219 3 5 


29 


83 5 


Kilcolman 


305 i 351 124 


324 5 


Coolmain 


450 i 39 


i85 


398 5 


Kilkerran, North. 


260 3 34! 38 


107 15 


Currarane 


271 2 I 


43 


130 o 


Kilkerran, South. 


230 o 9 29 


80 15 


Garraneanassig ... 


270 3 31 


140 


204 10 


Kilnacloona 


241 i 14 59 


145 10 


Garranereagh ... 


398 i. 6 


133 


215 5 


Knockabinny 


226 o 16 


53 


120 10 


Glanavaud 


98 i 14 


44 


5 15 


Lispatrick, Lower 


304 2 4 


140 


341 10 


Glanavirane ... 


9i 3 37 


34 


108 o 


Lispatrick, Upper 


271 2 26 


126 


268 


Courceys. 








Oldcourt 


334 o 7 


66 


153 10 


Ballincurrig ... 


281 o 30 


1 06 


219 5 


Pikesland 


67 3 38 


9 


38 15 


Ballinroe 


no o 30 


ii 


59 10 


Kinsale. 








Baliinspittle 


1222 





92 o 


Acres 


85 3 8 


32 


46 15 


Ballinvredig 


248 i. 10 


29 


113 10 


Ardkilly 


245 3 28 


83 


184 o 


Ballyhander 


303 3 38 


58 


158 5 


Ballinroe, East ... 


45 o 32 





30 10 


Ballymackean .. 


295 21 


161 


3H o 


Bally macaw 


200 2 39 


16 


89 5 


Bal lymacredmond 


61 2 14 


6 


75 o 


Ballynidon 


182 1-34 


48 


103 10 


Bally rub 


57 i 17 


ii 


29 o 


Castlelands 


23 2 18 


8 


33 IS 


Carrigavulleen . . 


251 .0 34 


40 


137 


Castlepark 


415 3-18 


208 


334 o 


Coolbane 


355 3 9 


63 


277 5 


Old-fort 


33 3 26 





19 10 


Coolyrahilly 


90 3 34 


10 


87 10 


Ringfinnan 


1 2O 2 2 


H 


57 15 


Currahoo 


273 o 32 


61 


152 15 


Ringrone 


l6o 2 14 


72 


122 5 



Roskeen Duhallow (E.R.) Total area, 16743. 2r. 38p. Val. 1041^. 



Carrigane 
Cloonteens 



177 

227 



Gurteenacloona ...) 189 



I 28 

ii 

1 30 



15 87 iSjKilbarrahan ...' 126 o 19 
94 138 15 1 Pallas ...' 620 2 iS 

13 86 io| Roskeen ...| 334 o 12 



56 5 
452 5 
219 15 



PARISHES AND TOWN LANDS. 97 


i 


Ross Carbery, East, W.D. (w. R. ) Area, i24O3a. or. 190. ; val. 6977?. 15*. Ibane 


and Barryroe (w. R.) Area, 947a. or. 35p. ; val. 463?. 


Townlands. 


Area. Pop 


Val. 1874 


Townlands. 


Area. Po p. Val. 1874. 




A. R. r 


1O/I 


, s- 




A. K. r. 1871. s. 


Carbejy,E., W.D 








Garrane 


I 3 2 2 3; 


3.V So o 


Ardagh, East .. 


430 o A 


[ ill 


5 249 o Garrancore 


189 2 4 


1- 44 ioi 5 


Ardagh, West .. 


143 o 16 3. 


5 78 O Glanbrack 


534 i c 


> 117 199 5 


Ballinaclogh 


2IO 2 26 14 


J 152 15 Keamabricka 


89 o 2; 


8 40 o 


Ballyhoulahan .. 


77 2 27 


30 46 o Kileenleigh 


IOI I 1 


18' 44 15 


Bally vireen 


287 O 26 98' 156 IO Lissard 


87 2 1 


17, 33 15 


Barleyhill, East ... 


348 3 19 144 237 15 Maul 


114 2 4 


34 80 5 


Barleyhill, West.. 


306 o 6 


83 124 o Maulatannvally .. 


622 3 21 


117 181 o 


Benduff 


432 2 I 


89 240 o Maulyregan 


68l 22 


130' 230 15 


Bohonagh 


368 3 15 


84! 195 15 Reenascreena, N.. 


365 I 22 


130 150 15 


Burgatia 


742 2 17 


256 678 10 Reenascreena, S.. 


421 3 25 


74 126 15 


Caher More 


488 o ic 


I2 3 356 o Reavilleen 


204 i 7 


53 50 o 


Carrigagrenane ... 


470 I 6 


83* 100 5 Rouryglen 


263 3 15 


57 124 15 


Carrigfadda 


614 2 14 


89 158 5 Tinnell 


133 2 24 


29 98 15 


Creggane 


84 o 30 


4 55 o Townlands 


53 3 38 


535 o 


Curraheen 


86 i 18 


80 124 15 Tralong 


283 i 19 


64 143 o 


Derry 


47i i 30 


91 395 o Tulligee 


131 3 c 


2; 


\ 65 o 


Downeen 


885 34 


374 639 10 Two Islands off 








English Island ... 


7 2 17 


10 o the Coast 


o i 30 


^ 


5 10 


Farrancounter ... 


94 i 12 


24 45 o Ibane (Sr 3 Barryrol 


( 






Frehanes 


454 I 2 


122 255 15 Derryduff 


427 3 16 


11 


i 163 5 


Froe 


743 I 16 


229j 261 IO Kilruane 


272 i 7 


59 141 10 


Gallane ... 243 I 22 


69 133 10 Knocknageehy ... 247 o 12 90 158 o 


Rostellan Imokilly (E.R.) Total Area, 2258a. ir. 29p. Val. 2179?. 5*. 


Ardra Beg 


184 o 31 


26 151 o 


Ballydwyre . . 


136 i 39 23! 145 o 


Ardra More 


278 2 30 


46 211 15 


Crocane 


400 o 10 129' 301 15 


Aughane 


78 i 33 


13, 74 10 


Lurrig 


97 3 15 3; 108 S 


Baliinrostijj 


282 3 24 


28 243 15 


Rostellan 


799 3 7 45 943 5 


St. Anne's Shandon Cork (E.R.) Total Area, 18553. or. i6p. Val. 50347 15*. 


Ballinamought, E, 








Commons, pt.of(- 


265 o 19; 99 464 15 


part of < a > 


5 2 18 


84 


48 10 


Farrenferris, p of () 


68 r 26! 55 


215 5 


Ballincolly 


257 o ii 


59 


451 10 


Kerryhall, pt of {<*; 


o 3 26 7 


12 IO 


Ballincrokig 


"i 3 35 


50 


186 o 


Kilbarry, pt.of (' 


295 2 39 208 


ioi i 5 


Ballyvolane.p.of^) 


305 3 7 


460 


888 o 


Kilnap 


'93 o 3 


229 


1427 15 


Cahergal, pt. of i") 


i i 26 





15 


Knockpoge 


938 


9 


36 o 


Closes 


31 i 38 


7 


75 o 


Piercetown 


308 2 32| 17 


203 5 


The remainder of this parish is in the City of Cork ; the entire parish contains 27, 077 persons. 
(a) The remainder of this townland is in the municipal borough of Cork. 


St. Finbar's Cork (E.R.) Area, 8436a. 2r. 22p. ; val. 22220!. Muikery, East (E.R.) 


Area, 878a. or. 3op. ; val. 5637. 5*. 


Cork. 


. 


Coppingers-stang.. 20 I 15 ij 


53 15 


Ardmanning Beg.. 


5 i 34 10 


17 o 


Croghtamore part 








Ardmanning More 


20 I 13 22 


99 5 


of ') 


88 2 14 


202 


305 5 


Ballinaspig Beg... 


234 o 25) 165 


490 15 


Curraghconway ... 


527 o 29 


'57 


4 5 


Ballinaspig More.. 


919 o 14 258 


1493 10 


Deanrock 


90 3 2 


194 


910 o 


Bullincurrig 


306 I 19 


246 


1053 10 


Doughcloyne 


38l I 22 


177 


247 S 


Ballinlough 


312 O 22 


469 


1080 15 


Dundanion ' ... 


198 2 37 




169 o 


Ballintemple 


292 2 20 




2729 o 


Farrandahadore 








Ballinure 


483 2 6 


824 


1702 10 


Beg 


34 2 36 


8 


1350 15 


Ballycurreen 


612 2 34 


189 


867 5 


Farrandahadore 








Ballygaggin 


126 3 17 


53 


no o 


More 


137 I 10 


42 


380 o 


Ballyphehane ... 
Bfchop's-mill 1'iuls 


128 2 38 
52 o 5 


94 


312 o 

357 o 


Farranmacteige ... 135 I 16 
Freagh and Vicars 


164 


486 o 


Browningstown ... 65 3 24 


5: 


180 10 


Acre 


22 2 29 


15 


56 15 


Chetwynd ... 287 I 34 


44 


470 15 


Garranedarragh .. 


169 o 5 


25 


353 15 


Clashduff ... 52 2 o 


81 


155 10 Gillaubey, pt.of() 67 I 38^246 648 15 



(bj Including inmates of County Gaol. 



98 PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 

St. Finbar's contd. -Barsny of Cork. 



Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R, P. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Gortagoulane 


401 2 34 


60 


Grange . , 


238 o 20 


61 


Gurteenaspig, part 






of () 


34 2 13 


174 


Hoggartsland ... 


76 I 16 


368 


Inchigaggin 


250 2 8 


42 


InchisarsheM 


60 o 35 5 



361 10 Kilk'2nreendo\vn'y 
274 10 Lehenagh Beg . 
c iagh More. 
242 15 '; Mahon 
479 o ' East Muskery. 
381 OjKillumney 
59 15 ' Mylane . 

The remainder of this parish is in the city of Cork ; the entire parish contains 13.229 persons. 
la) The remainder of this townland is in the municipal borough of Cork. 

St. Mary's Shandon Cork (E.R.) Total Area, 2io5a. ir. ip. ; Val. 4090^ 17^. 



Area. 

A. H. P. 

188 o 8 


Pop. 

1871. 

277 


Va!.i8 74 - 
549 o 


122 2 I 

1021 3 35 

266 3 5 


55 
'39 
464 


233 15 
1168 o 
1613 15 


279 3 4 
598 i 26 


89 
69 


219 10 
343 IS 



Commons 


54 I 22 


31 72 o 


Knocknacullen,E.| 152 o 30 13 194 o 


Coppingersacre, 








Knocknacul!en,WJ 215 o I 14 346 5 


part of i") 


I i 27 





3 10 


Knocknaheeny, 






Garranabraher ... 


316 o 321 81 


600 5 


part of (<*) 


1 68 I 22; 26 


357 2 


Killeens 


943 i 7 


114 


990 5 i Parknaglantane, 






Knockfree, p of (<! 


26 2 28 


6j 71 10 


part of i) 


5 o 31 


II 10 


Knocknabohilly, 






Shanakiel, p. of () 


176 I 2O,4"97 


1 i"l O 


part of (<tJ 


45 3 36 


20 108 10 


Suburbs of Cork. .] I 025! 
I 


5 o 



The remainder of this parish is in the city of Cork ; the entire parish contains 131680 pn.sons. 

(a'/ The reminder of this townland is in the nrmnicipa) boiough of Ootk. 

(i) Including inmates of Cork District Lunatic Asylum 



St. Michael's -Barrymore (E.R.) Area, 13033. ir. 36p. ; val. 757^. 
Area, 68g&. 3r. 7p. ; val. 54O/. 15^- 



Cork (E.R.) 
130 314 10 

"o 54 <5 



16 94 o 



St. Nicholas Cork (E.R.) Area, 572a. 2r. 23p.; Val. 3654^. 10?. East Maskcry (E.R.) 
Area. 3313. ir. I5p. ; val. 403/. 5-r. 



Barrymore. 
Ballynamaddree... 
Ballyskerdane ... 
Bally thomas 


I 
470 o 32 36 
162 o 33 40 
128 2 31; 19 


270 15 
107 o 
64 15 


Templemichael ... 
Cork. 
Ballinvriskig 


542 i 2O ( 
689 3 7 


St. Nathlash Fermoy (E.R.) Total Area, I024a. ir. 27p. Val. SSoI. 5.?. 


Ballynahalisk ... 
Bally voddy 


53i o 17 
354 o 23 


117 509 o 

52 277 5 


Ransborough 


139 o 27 

1 



Cork. 

Bally phehane ... 205 \ 39 58 503 15 

Knockjea, p.ofOi 231 o 24 7912464 10 

Raheen & Cooleen' 10 3 39! 132' 129 15 

Skahabeg, North. 1 55 I 5^434! 241 o 



Skahabeg, South . 
Spital Lands, part 

of (*) 

East Muskery. 
Maglin 



29 O 21 



62 



39 2 22| 262 



331 I '5 1 46 



106 10 



207 o 
403 5 



The remainder of this parish is in the city of Cork ; the entire parish contains 19,111 persons, 

(a) The remainder of this townland is in the municipal borough of Cork. 

(fr. Including the inmates of Cork Union Workhouse. 

Shandrum Orrery & Kilmore (E.R.) Total Area, 134513. or. 2p. ; val. 91307. 15.!-. 



Ardagh 


169 2 26 


37! 83 15 


Dromina 


721 2 26 


116 409 jo 


Ardglass 


498 3 20 


ui| 261 15 


Earlsfields 


47 i o 


5 


21 IO 


Aughrim 


56i 3 37 


78 


246 5 


Farthingville, East 


482 3 10 


IOI 


375 o 


Ballydaheen 


215 o 15 


29 


166 o 


Farthingville, W'st 


43 3 13 


54 


294 10 


Ballynakilla, East 


889 3 i 


647 5 


Ferryfort 


179 3 6 


39 


81 10 


Ballynakilla, West 


626 3 18 


80 


379 o 


Glengarriff 


279 3 H 


5 


233 o 


Boolard 


200 3 38! 6 


107 o 


Gortskagh 


185 3 H 


47 


185 10 


Cloghanughera ... 


366 3 29 


37 


293 


Killabraher, Nrth. 


674 o 13 


79 


347 


Cloonleagh, North 


305 3 i 


4i! 199 IS 


Killabraher, South 


320 o 28 


46 


177 IS 


Cloonleagh, South 


266 3 5 


62 


184 o 


Killaree 


349 o 36 


5 


271 o 


Cloonmore 


429 2 30 


60 


290 5 


Kilmagoura 


329 i 9 


711 289 S 


Clyderragh . . 


292 3 9j 30 


198 5 


Kippane 


no 2 7 


47 


194 o 


Coolasmuttane ... 


705 2 7 


IOI 


479 o 


Liscullane 


257 3 3 


27 


202 10 


Curraghcloonabro, 








Newtown, North.; 228 2 7 


47 


194 o 


East 


.452 2 23 


39 


259 5 


Newtown, South. 


229 i 4 




232 10 


Curraghcloonabro, 








Shandrum 


625 3 6 


110 


522 10 


West 


464 i 16 


59 386 15 Shinanagh 


231 3 27) 34 


152 IS 


Curryglass 


488 3 6 


147 400 5|Teeveeny 


829 2 31! 158 455 10 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS, 



Skull Carbery, West, W.D. (W.R.) Total Area, 379223. 3r. 2?p. Val. 9545'. y. 



Townlands. 


Area. 1 Pop. 


Va > t8 74- ! Townlands. 


Area. 1 Pop. Val. 1874. 




A. R. P. '[871. 


s- ) 


A. R. P.U87I. S . 


Arderrawinny 


702 2 18 163 


126 O; i Gortnamona 


232 o o 69 49 5 


Ardintenant 


JI 7 2 9J 37 87 IO Gubbeen 


828 3 28 159 66 o 


Arc! man a gh 


757 2 5 i '47 231 io! Gun Point 


J 35 o 17 55 196 15 


Ballybane, East... 


847 3 21 


I28| 127 ojGorttyowen 


257 o 2f 67 68 o 


Ballyhane, West.. 


610 i 30 


100! 17,3 O! Gurreenakilla ... 


520 3 7, 67 99 5 


Ballybrack 


121 o 30 66 40 olGurteenrce . . 


234 3 2f > -'4 34 5 


Baiivcummisk ... 


191 2 39 121 112 15' Kilbronoge 


645 i 27; 216 206 5 


Ballydehob 


188 3 30! 78 416 b; KU commune 


424 3 35 49; 4*> JO 


Ballyvonane 


235 o 3 28 30 ioj Kilpatrick. 


1*3 2 12 21 3S 


Balteen 


roi 3 28 16 27 10 


Knock 


*35 l 4 37 26 5 


Barnatonicane ... 


261 2 30 41 62 5 


Knockeens 


225 2 o| 47 iz 


Barryroe 


685 2 ii 


3' 44 o 


Lackarcagh ...j 326 o 291 2^ 40 15 


Bawnaknockane. . . 


297 i o 


43 


99 5 


Lalwran ... 225 I 36] 34 47 15 


Bawnshanaclogh. . 


194 o i8j 40 


59 5 


Lean-icon 


136 i 18 si 92 i? 


Beakeen 


99 1 34 


48 


32 15 


Letter 


703 i 39 85, 79 15 


Caheravirane 


'37 o 35 


38 


32 10 


Lisb'jermaoreagh .. 


656 3 3*1 72; 96 15 


Caherlusky 


153 2 10 


45 


53 15 


Lissacaha 


779 o i6| 131 184 b 


Caherolickane . . . 


240 2 33 


55 


60 o 


Lissacahn, North.. 


349 3 3! 53! "9 ^5 


Cappagh Beg ... 


474 3 2 


77 


73 5 


Lissydonnell 


223 * 21 27 u 5 


Cappaghglass ... 


426 3 26 


229 


223 io 


Lowertown 


431 3 2 132 186 IS 


Cappagh More ... 
Cappaghnacallee. . 


382 i 13 
228 o 14 


57 
77 


77 o 
59 o 


Mauladinna 
MVeuvane 


319 i 4 
154 i o 


46 39 17 

63! 273 5 


Cashelfean 


1005 3 7 


123 


125 o 


Mountgahriel 


758 3 5 


35 


70 13 


Castlepoint 


85 i 38 


22 


39 io 


Murrahin 


138 o 7 


1 6 


13 15 


Clashmore 


228 3 30 


46 


as io 


Raheenroe 


242 2 24 


2? 


65 5 


Colla 


206 2 II 


86 


78 5 


Rathcool 


401 o 29 


"181 


62 4 


Coolcaha 


257 3 22 


29 


97 o 


Rathruane Beg ... 


302 o 18 


85 


73 io 


Cooiagh Beg 


161 2 26 


5i 


71 9 


Rathmane More.. 


267 3 26 


45 


So 5 


Coolagh More ... 


245 1 29 


52 


68 io 


Ratooragh 


1183 2 i 


'57 


182 15 


Coomtarna 


2*4 2 13 


7 


jo 15 


Kossbrin 


276 1 20 


120 


107 o 


Cooradarrigan ... 


283 2 I'/ 


159 


108 o ; Scarteenakillin ... 


452 o 32 


70 


58 io 


Cooragurteen .. 


291 r 32 


60 


49 5 i Scrahanyleary . . . 


433 o 34 


4 6 


82 


Coosane 


270 o 19 


37 


49 12 Shanavagh 


236 i 31 


97 


104 is 


Coosheen 


3?-9 2 I 


123 


120 151 Shantullig, North 


271 3 20 


59 


93 


Cove 


283 o* 8 


54 


76 5 < Shantullig, South. 


737 i 34 


65 


74 5 


Croagh ... 


167 3 30 


42 


94 loj Shronagree 


495 o 12 


20 


28 15 


Cusovinna 


190 i 35 


49 


70 isiSkea^h 


483 i o 


44 


36 5 


Derreenai'd 


294 o 31 


41 


48 01 Skull 


674 3 3 6 


146 


396 io 


Derreenaclogh .. 


276 2 14 


63 


57 5 


Sparrograda 


262 o 35 


2 3 


'39 o 


Derreennalomane 


943 3 3' 


177 


200 5 


Stouke 


2 47 3 3 8 


60 


69 5 


Derreennatra 


497 i 39 


163 


211 oj Woodlands 


267 17 


27 


46 o 


Derrycarhoon .. 


445 * 3* 


67 


62 ol Islands off Coast : 








Derryconnell 


535 * 21 


107 


5 5! Calf, Middle 


63 3 I0 


26 


29 o 


Derryfunshion .. 


242 2 19 


26 


37 io i Calf, West 


62 o 24 


14 


2 3 5 


Derrylahard 


311 o 28 


24 


40 10 | Carbery 


26 o 27 






Derryieary ,. 


183 i 9 


62 


70 15 


Caithy's 


7 o 34 








Drinane 


156 I 21 


35 


43 io 


Castle 


121 3 24 


38 


72 o 


Drishane 


324 3 2 


3 


94 o 


Coney 


6 i 14 






Dromkeal 


171 o 24 


22 


51 o 


Dick's 


2 27 







Dunbeacon 


1459 o 32 


258 


424 15 


Furze 


15 2 29 





39 o 


Dunmanus, East. 


543 i 17 


130 


162 io 


Goat 


24 o 26 


5 




Dunmanus, West 


576 3 26 


53 


78 o 


Goat, Little 


4 31 






Foilnamuek , 


378 2 19 


116 


130 15 


Horse 


154 I 15 


72 


89 15 


Garranes 


112 3 8 


26 


27 io 


Illaunroe 


606 






Glan 


1046 3 i 6 


167 


157 15 


lllaunricmonia .., 


i o 5 





MP 


GlansalUgh 


137 I 16 20 


26 o 


Long .,, 


34i * 5 


22C 


'34 5 


Gortnagrough 


455 3 28 lo 


no 


Seventy-four othrs. 


22 1 5 








(a] Including the inmates of Skull Union Workhouse. 



100 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



Subulter Duhallow (E.R.) Total Area, 7410.. 2r. 7p. Val. 688/. 



Townlands. 


Area. 

A. R. P. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Val. 1874. 
s- 


Townlands. 


Area. 

A. B. V. 


Pop. Val. 1874. 
1871. s. 


Knocknanuss 


262 3 8 


39 


210 10 


Subulter 


382 2 27 


76 


373 15 


Lackaleigh 


96 O 12 


16 


104 io 










Templebodan Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, 4735a. 3r. 7p. ; val. 25827. 5^. 


Ballincurrig 


418 o 15 


105 387 10 


Dundullerick, Wt. 


146 o 30 


42 


89 io 


Ballyerra 


299 2 30 


loo 163 10 


Monananig 


67 i o 




24 o 


Ballyoneen 


108 o 30 


19 


67 o 


Oldcourt 


470 i o 


69 


198 15 


Ballyrobert 


28 21 


5 


17 o 


Peafield 


U53 025 


164 458 io 


Caherduggan De- 








Portavarrig 


145 I 36 


8 


25 io 


mense 


149 i o 


18 


172 5 


Rathcobane 


558 3 3i 


46 


280 5 


Caherduggan, Et. 


59 o 7 


15 


40 o 


Riesk 


383 i 28 


66 


181 io 


Caherduggan, Wt. 


104 o 13 




82 15 


Templebodaa 


253 3 5 


72 


156 io 


Dundullenck, Et. 


390 3 16 


21 


237 15 










Templebjeedy Kerricurrihy (E.R.) Total Area, 2654a. or. 2ip. Val. 26oi/. 


15*. 


Aghamarta ... 378 3 13 


22 297 


Inchigeelagh 


13 3 13 





" 5 


Ballinluska 


255 3 20 


225 


i&o 5 


Kilcolta 


140 3 6 


49 


105 o 


Crosshaven 


189 2 37 


2 7 6 


237 io 


Kilmichael.East... 


78 3 i 


16 


53 5 


Crosshaven Hill... 


274 2 2a570 


238 5 


Kilmichael.West.. 175 3 29 


29 


1 06 io 


Gortnanoon 


203 i 9 


48 


Hi 15 


Knockagore ... 327 3 8 


45 


676 15 


Hoddersfield ...1 535 o 31 


71 458 5 Myrtleville ... 79 2 12 


24 


96 o 


Templebryan Carbery, East, E.D. (W.R.) Total Area, n88a. 3r. 


26p. Val. 


S46/. 5*. 








Fourcull ... 244 3 2 


58 I" 5 


Templebryan, N.. 


436 i 36 


112 


148 o 


Garranecore ... 144 I 10 


22 67 S 


Templebryan, S... 


363 i 18 


107 


219 15 


Templemartin Kinalmeaky (W.R.) Total Area, 75i5a. or. 33p. ; val. 


3997'- 15*. 


Boggra 


184 i 14 


37! 76 10 


Knockadooma ... 264. 2 15 


33 


114 io 


Carrigafroca 


122 2 15 


iS 48 5 


Lisnagat ... 395 2 o 


43 


216 15 


Castlenalact 


274 * 29' 


42 


140 o Moneen 


589 2 9 


79 


305 15 


Commons 


270 i 34 


6S 


117 io 


Moskeagh 


652 o 24 


84 


280 5 


Curravordy 


751 2 21 


124 


454 15 


Mossgrove 


789 3 34 


98 


45i 5 


Farranhavane ... 


496 I 25 


107 


3io 5 


Scarriff 


327 2 13 


48 


129 5 


Gar ran es 


1215 2 I 


153 


697 io 


Scartnamuck 


550 o 13 


82 


309 o. 


Kilbarry ... 275 o 12 


491 143 5 


Shanacloyne 


355 * 13 


34 


203 o 


Templemichael Kinalea (E.R.) | Total Area, 2o64a. ir. 25p. Val. i666/. 15^. 


Clogheenduane ... 


447 2 8 


67 


550 loj Farlistown ... 708 2 31 


137 


466 15 


Coolcullitha 


357 o 4 


6S 


303 o Killaminoge 


551 O 22 


1 20 


346 io 


Templemolaga Condons and Clongibbons (E.R.) Total Area, 4395a. 2r. 2gp. Val. 


2078;. &f. 








Ballyshurdane ... 


38i 3 30, 


72 323 o | Labbamolaga, E.. 409 028 


81 


159 i 


Cullenagh 


308 i 31 


59 


136 5 1 Labbamolaga, M. 443 2 9 


96 


216 S 


Graigue 


561 o 10 


123 


192 13 1 Labbamolaga, W. 343 2 39 


79 


99 15 


Kilclooney 


777 3 3 


195 


273 i5JSraharla ... 381 2 17 


105' 


H9 5 


Knockanevin 


536 2 5 


145 


415 5! Toorreagh ... 251 2 30 


62 


112 15 


Templenacarriga Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, 52o8a. ir. 3Op. Val. 28927. 


Acres ... 36 o 17 


15 26 5 


Oldcourt, East ... 173 I 34 


2 3 


133 


Ballyedmond ...' 236 I 35 


65 321 5 


Oldcourt, .West ... 120 I 26 


12 


57 S 


Ballyedmond, Litl. 


162 2 4 


56 96 10 


Rathgire ... 143 3 22 


13 


88 io 


Ballymacsliney ... 


341 3 19; 


61 244 5 


Shanavougha ... 174 2 20 


16 


63 5 


Ballyreardon 


57 i 5 


. 36 o 


Templenacarriga, 






Bally trasna 


297 3 38 


25 230 5 


North 


175 2 12 


2 S 


98 io 


Carrigogna 


272 2 35 


24 262, 10 


Templenacarriga, 








Curraghcondon ... 


158 o 39 


21 82* IO 


South ... 205 2 13 


35 


155 IS 


Glenawillin 


114 i 23 


10 107 15 


Walshtown Beg...' 918 I 18 


57 


j j j 
236 io 


Glenreagh 


71 i 4 


7i 40 15 


Walshtown More, 








Knockaneshane ... 


66 3 3i 


8 39 15 


East 


290 i 34 


38 


86 15 


Knocknamouragh , 1 68 3 9 


18 107 15 Walshtowa More, 








Leadinton ... 454 o I 


50 266 io' West ... 567 i 31 


37 


120 IO 




(aj Including military. 







PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 



101 



Templeomalus Ibane & Barryroe (W.R.) Total Area, I93ia. 2r. op. Val. 1425^. icw. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. 


Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. Val. 1874. 




A. R. P. 


1871. 


s- 




A. R. P. 


1871.] s. 


Arundelmills 


8 i 25 


41 


39 10 


Cahergal 


61 i 5 


16 36 5 


Ballintemple 


268 o 23 


93 


1 88 10 


Councambeg 


127 i 6 


23 


105 5 


Ballymacwilliam, 








Cruary, East 


188 o 4 


43 


106 15 


East 


104 o 30 


23 


75 o 


Cruary, West 


153 o 23 


42 


82 15 


Ballymacwilliam, 








Darrary 


356 i 23 


34 


178 o 


South 


18 2 7 


5 


II 10 


Farran 


77 o 9 


19 


62 5 


Ballymacwilliam, 








Lackenduff 


251 b o 


135 


239 15 


West 


7i i 34 


18 


56 5 


South-ring 


246 2 II 1 259 


243 15 



Templequinlan Carbery, East, E.D. (W.R.) Area, 9223. ir. 2op. ; val., 446^ I5J. 
Ibane and Barryroe (W.R.) Area, I345a. 2r. 3p. ; val. 963^. 15^. 



Carbery, E., E.D. 








Cloghgriffin ... 286 I 24 88 192 ? 


Ballinoroher 


757 o 5 


161 


369 15 


Maul macred mond . 


389 2 28 95 


239 io 


Carrig 


165 i 15 


28 


77 o 


Maulmore 


105 2 13! 17 


77 o 


Ibane vS Barryroe. 








Rocksavage 


166 i io 86 


122 15 


Ballincourcey 


194 3 20 


CQ 


147 io 


Trieneens 


81 2 4 


36 


6l 10 


Ballinglanna 


121 O 2^ 


92 


123 5 










Templeroan Fermoy (E.R.) Total Area, 3865a. 2r. i6p. ; Val. 2663^. 5j. 


Ballyellis ... 13 2 16 





II 


Graig, Upper 


60O 2 24 


59 


52 15 


Ballyhourode 


107 2 38 


24 


56 5 


Poulleagh 


96 1 34 


25 


74 o 


Ballynamona 


295 O 20 


20 


241 15 


Shanagh 


276 3 7 


46 


174 o 


Carrigaunroe 


410 I 17 


75 


323 5 


Shaitballymore, 








Carrigleagh 


287 3 3 


47 


201 15 


Lower 


250 3 31 


3 1 


262 o 


Clogher 


375 2 7 


90 


296 15 


Shanballymore, 








Clogher Demense 


108 i 24 


17 


126 io 


Upper 


354 2 9 


55 


297 15 


Dannanstown 


145 i o 


40 


256 15 


Waterdyke 


160 2 37 


28 


101 15 


Graig 


381 2 9 70 


187 o 


Templerobin Barrymore (E.R.) 


-Total Area, 35943. IT. 9p. ; val. 43487. 


Ashgrove 


177 2 13, 41! 


225 o 


Belgrove ... 334 3 31 


89 446 o 


Bally brassil 


222 I I2| 97 


193 5 


Carrignafoy, pt/> 


210 I 8 


97 3H 5 


Ballyclaniel Beg... 


80 I 19 24 


103 15 


Currabally 


210 2 23 


57 193 o 


Ballydaniel More. 


367 2 21 


89 


409 s 


Cuskinny 


91 I 28 


45 172 io 


Ballydulea 


146 2 27 


13. 


184 15 


Fanick 


86 3 3 


29 88 e 


Ballyellane 


169 3 17 


62; 


157 o 


Kilgarvan, pt. (a). 


16 2 3 





Ballymore 


343 o 5 


199! 


575 io 


Rosslague 


226 3 26 


36 34 5 


Ballynatra 


83 2 26 


181 


78 o 


Tiknock 


23 2 I 


70 261 le 


.Bally william ... 156 I 20 


1 22' 


213 io Walterstown 


330 3 2 163 261 15 


(a) Remainder of this townland in the township of Queenstown. 


Templetrine - Carbery, East, E.D. (W.R.) Area, 2328a. ir. I2p. ; val. io6i/. 5j. 


Courceys (W.R.) Area, 2$46a. ir. 2p. ; val. I795/. 


Carbery, E., E.D. 








Killeens 


132 2 30 17 


50 5 


Artiteige 


337 3 20 


24 


132 5 Knockaneroe 


127 3 u 


34 


70 5 


Ballinvronig 


319 i i 


35: 138 o Lisheen '" .^. 


44 i 25 


5 


27 o 


Baliydownis, East 


42 2 20 


24 


20 1 5 ; Rochestown 


104 o 29 


3 1 


85 5 


Ballydownis, Wst. 


60 o 8 


16 


35 5 ; Steilaneiph. 


42 2 O 


6 


14 o 


Ballynascubbig ... 


272 I 15 


26 


86 io 


Courceys 








Bawnea 


112 O 10 


u 35 o Ballycatleen 


3^5 3 25 


51 


180 o 


Clashreagh 


I 3 2 2 28 


29 


6l 15 Ballynagaragh ... 297 2 30 


3*; 249 5 


C'onbouig 


209 2 15 


3 


77 15 Garrettstown ... 967 o 39 


180 848 o 


Currarane 


100 2 21 


18 


35 5 Gortnacrusha, Nth 279 o 9 


39 152 o 


Glanavirane ... 


107 i 34 


9 


84 5 Govtnacrusha, Sth 257 i 25 


70 122 O 


Hacketstown ... 182 o 25 39 


107 15 Kilmore ... 418 3 34 31 243 15 


Templeusque Barrymore (E.R.) Total Area, 46oia. 2r. lop. Val. 3S92/. 15*. 


Ballindeenisk 


645 o 3 


36 


339 5 Kfllalough 


149 3 7 21 u? 10 


Ballynaparson ... 


283 o 25 


41 173 io ' Killydonogoe ... 


457 2 38 


99 


401 io 


Coney beg 


449 o 4 


40 


236 IO > Pouladown 


171 o 24 


21 


94 io 


Coolgreen 


481 o 23 


58 2s8 15 " Riverstown 


449 i 39 


114 


790 io 


Crushyrivce 


334. 30 55 


237 15 Sarsfieldscourt .,, 


621 2 37 


97 


541 IS 


Hermitage ,,, loo 3 8' 31 


112 15 (Templeusque ,,. 


458 i u 


55 290 io 



102 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS, 



Timoleague Carbery, East, E.D. (W.R.) Area, ;o8a. or. 24p.; val. 3O5/. 15*. Ibane 
and Barry roe (W.R.) Area, 2165^. ir. I p. ; val. 1 528*'. 5-r. 



Townlands. 


Area. 

A. E. P. 


Pop. 
1871. 


Val 1874. Townlands. 

Xf > 


Area. . Pop. Val, 1874. 
A. R. p. 1871. s. 


Carhery, E., E,D, 








Castle, Lower ... 


79 o 37 14 


97 o 


Killavarrig 


708 o 24 180 


305 15 Castle, Upper ... 


103 i 37 


25 


69 15 


Ibane 6 Barry roe 








Cooligboy 


89 2 37 


4 


28 o 


Ardinore 


223 o 24 


3 


121 5 


Lettercollum 


209 3 4 


24 


98 5 


Barryshall 


579 i 13 


9i 


390 5 


Timoleague 


185 i 35 




39? 5 


Carhoo ... 534 3 19 104 245 5 


Ummera ... 159 3 I 


25 86 5 


Tisaxon Kinsale (E.R.) Total Area, I346a. 2r. 3ip. Val. H22/. 5*. 


Ardcloyne 


157 i ii 


34 109 15 


Tisaxon Beg ... 128 o 17 Ii 


96 10 


Bally william 


34 3 7 


7i 277 5 


Tisaxon More ... 


313 i 6 58 


302 15 


Hollyhill 


388 o 29 


81 


327 15 


Wintsmills 


II I 


8 5 


Titeskin Imokilly (E.R.) Total Area, ii44a. 2r. 37?. Val. 900*. I5J. 


Ballincurrig 


200 2 27, 33' 144 o 


Mawbrin 


76 i 9 


16 54 15 


Ballintrim 


2IO I 22 47 


164 o 


Rathcuppoge 


32 2 12 


6 28 5 


Ballybranagan ... 


317 2 14 105 


306 15 


Titeskiu 


237 I 25 


29 


168 o 


Knockboghil 


69 3 8 


12 


35 o 











Trabolgan Imokilly (E.R.) Area, 83oa. or. 34p. ; val. 900?. 15^. 

Ballyknock ... 167 339, 35: 127 SjTrabolgan ! 662 o 35 j 266, 773 IO 

Tracton Kinalea (E.R.) Total Area, 586ia. 3r. i3p. Val. 3213'. 5-f. 



Annacairiga ... 


157 I 15 


2i| 116 15 


Kilbeg 


175 3 37 


26 108 o 


Ballinvarrig 


392 3 21 


73 198 5 


Knocknarnanagh . 


595 2 31 


176 


348 5 


Board ee 


600 i 10 


76 


200 O 


Laharran 


266 o 6 


7i 


162 15 


Doonavannig 


495 o 19 


129 270 5 


M inane .?? 


106 i 36 


85 97 o 


Farranbrien, East 


649 3 32 


107 356 10 


Ringabella 


478 o 30 


192 316 o 


Farranbrien, West| 659 3 34 


135 310 o 


Springfield 


35 2 12 


6 


20 o 


Farraneen 


50 2 17 


10 29 10 


Springhill 


97 3 3 


8 55 o 


Granig 


744 * i 


167 314 10 


Tubbrid 


355 2 29 


88 250 10 


Tullagh Carbery, West, E.D. (W.R.) Total Area, 5349a. or. 38p. Val. l878/ i8s. 


Ardagh, North ... 158 o 8 


30 


41 o 


Knockeencon ... 


108 o 19 9, 31 5 


Ardagh, South ... 


68 2 II 


34 


34 10 


Pookeen 


159 3 38 


21 30 10 


Ballinaru 


230 i 7 32 


63 5 


Rathmore 


709 i 39 


217 259 10 


Ballylinchy 


796 i 1 8 269 


229 15 


Sandy Island ... 


10 i 9 


5 


7 5 


Bally macro wn ... 


663 2 23 162 


195 15 


(Sherkin. Island) 








Baltimore 


615 2 21 


144 


322 10 


Cloddagh 


232 o 31 


69 


75 10 


Barnabah 


47 2 5 


>4 


26 15 


Farranacoush ... 


377 3 17 


129 


172 IS 


Coomavarrodig ... 


81 3 10 


20 


25 10 


Gneeves 


89 o o 


47! 33 5 


Glannafeen ... 259 o 12 70 


IO2 IO 


Harboursmouth . . . 


41 2 2 


9 


12 i; 


Knockanoulty ... 64 3 25 1 8 


36 o 


Kilmoon 


223 o 38 123 94 10 


Knockaphrea'hane 96 2 25 9 


27 5 


Slievemore 


283 3 6 75 ! 76 18 



Tullylease Duhallow (E.R.) Area, 7oosa. ir. 28p. j val. 2685/. $s. Orrery and 
Kilmore (E. R. ) Area, I286a. 2r. I2p. ; val. 5257. 5*. 



Duhallow. 


[ 




Keeltane . ... 537 o 22 


71 


214 o 


Ballagh 


542 2 10 


104 


240 15 


Knockaneglass, Et. i 7.13 o 14 


4' 


107 5 


Ballynaguilla 


396 I 28 


97 


155 10 


Knockaneglass, W. 


131 2 


21 


50 o 


Cahernagh, East. 


no i 12 


21 


40 5 


Knockatoumpane . 


35 3 6 


in 


120 15 


Cahernagh, Leland 


141 2 16 


8 


59 o 


Knockawillin 


479 I 8 


89 


142 5 


Cahernagh, Morgel 


200 o 24 


57 


IOI 10 


Knockereagh 


828 I 2Oj 139 


249 15 


Cloongovm 


238 i 24 24 


78 10 


Muckenagh 


463 I I! 69 


105 o 


Coolbane ... 


434 i 27 


63 


159 5 


Poulavare 


164 2 36| 24 


93 to 


Curraleagh , , . 


157 o 25 


22 


57 10 


Raheen ... 


372 3 i6| 72 158 10 


Dromanig 


297 2 25 


59 


H7 5 


Tullylease ... 


251 i 7 


42 


146 o 


Glannycummane, 








Orret'y & 1 Kilmore 








Lower . , , 


6S 3 IS 


52 


"5 5 


Cloonsillagh ... 


405 i 14 


19 


170 10 


Glannycummane, 








Cooles ... 


601 i 7 


70 


235 5 


Upper 


329 33 


34 


166 10 


Cromagloun ,., 


76 o 39 


6 


33 10 


Gortnagark 


93 3 i 16 


37 


Sheskin ,,, 


203 a 32 


IS 


86 o 



PARISHES AND TOWNLANDS. 

Wallstown -FfiTdoy (E. R.) Tolal Area, 3056;!. ir. I2p. ; val. 24.81!. 



103 



Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. 


Val. 1874. 


Townlands. 


Area. 


Pop. Val. 1874. 




A. R. P. 


1871 


s. 




A. R. P. 


1871. t j. 


Ardleag 


ii7 i 35 


19 


104 o ; Curraghanaltig .. 


404 i 3 


18 265 o 


Ballydaheen 


303 i 34 


66 


236 o j Doonawanly 


235 2 39 


25 189 o 


Ballyellis 


132 i ii 





IC2 15 


Inchakevin 


85 22 


i6 : 70 5 


Ballygriggin ... 


155 * 7 


40 


126 10 


Knockacappul ... 


183 3 25 


8, 150 o 


Bally waiter 


282 2 27 


66 


222 10 


Lackabraqk 


36 2 32 


3: 27 5 


Ballywalter De- 








Lotighquin 


179 o 16 


28 145 10 


mesne 


128 I 14 


9 


173 


Wallstown 


565 o 9 


88i 475 15 


Carrigleagh 


246 3 18 


26 


192 15 






i 



Whitechurch Barretts (E.R.) Area, 2623a. 2r. i7p. ; val. 1273^. 15^. Barrymore 
(E.R.) Area, 74Oa. 2r. 23p. ; val. 4OO/. Cork (E.R.) Area, 71503. ir. Sp. ; 
Val. 6516.'. 17*. 



Barretts. 






Ryefield, East ... 


346 i 29 


44! 175 5 


Dromgarriff, North 


348 2 31 


36 i 70 o 


Kyefield, West ... 


163 i o 


22 83 5 


Dromgarriff, South 


2l8 3 22 


5i, 103 15 


Cork 




1 
i 


Gortdotia, North 


130 3 i?l 27 


64 15 


Ballinvarrig 


795 i 3i 


118 


566 10 


Gortdotia, South 


136 i 8 


30 


84 5 


Boolybeg 


184 i 3 


34 


140 10 


Knockanroe 


102 2 19 


7 


59 o 


Carhoo 


211 I 32 


29 


355 10 


Lisheenowen 


I2O O 7 


23 


76 15 


Cool o wen 


1033 2 33 


*55 


729 5 


Longstone 


356 3 28 


58 


22O 10 


Farranastig 


1799 i 31 


3** 


985 o 


Raheen 


86 3 24 


7 


55 o 


Kilcronan 


376 2 20 


75 


333 5 


Shanlyre 


195 3 15 


27 


103 10 


Killavarrig 


317 I 26 


50 


175- 5 


Slievedotia 


712 3 16 


5i 


238 o 


Knockaneag 


311 2 18 


54 


197 o 


Tullig 


213 2 30 


10 


98 5 


Monard 


868 i 18 


256 


1480 o 


Barrymort. 








Rathpeacon 


719 2 12 


270 


1214 10 


Ballycaskin 


230 3 34 


47 


139 10 


Whitechurch 


532 I 24 


104 


339 17 


Youghal Imokilly (E.R.) Total Area, 48303. 2r. 22p. ; val. i68oo/. 


Bally clamasy 


39 i 3 


9 


53 15 


Kllmagner 


164 3 16 17 


218 5 


Ballyhobert 


316 3 21 


60 


223 15 


Kilnatoora 


128 2 31 


10 


125 15 


Ballymacask 


249 2 I 


33 


297 10 


Knockattigan ... 


87 3 21 


13 


*54 5 


Ballynacarriga . . 


27 3 27 




48 10 


Knockavery, pt. () 


79 i 13 


98 


832 5 


Ballyvergan, East 


207 2 26 


17 


208 15 


Knocknacally . . . 


143 o 13 


49 


146 5 


Bally vergan, West 


368 o 29 


82 


391 o 


Magnershill 


62 o 17 


18 


101 5 


Barnageehy, East. 


247 i 9 


37 


59 o 


Muckriclge 


220 i 4 


43 


43i IS 


Barnageehy, West 


217 o 31 


12 


207 5 


Muckridge De- 








Banshy 


44 3 33 


8 


207 15 


mesne, pt- ()... 


133 13 


7 


'192 5 


Bavvnmore 


4i i 31 


4 


54 15 


Parkmountain . . . 


84 2 35 


35 


139 10 


Brooklodge 


6 3 10 


8 


52 10 


Pipersbog 


38 i 39 


12 


45 15 


Clashadunna, East 


IOO 2 28 


7 


127 15 


Propoge 


76 2 39 9 


94 o 


Clashadunna, W'st 


144 2 3 


24 


157 10 


Seafield 


80 3 15 24 


166 10 


Clay castle ... 


61 3 19! 6 


436 10 


Springfield 


56 3 28 19 


III IO 


Cock-and-the-bull 


24 30: 9 


57 10 


Summerfield 


179 3 10 27 


156 o 


Copperalley, pt. ( a ) 


30 i 26 79 


95 5 


Sweetfields 


53 * *6 


95 5 


Curraghboy 


226 3 12 


35 


174 o 


Whitebarn 


48 3 4 20 


93 o 


Dysart 


29 I 31 


9 


60 o 


Williamstown ... 


21 2 4 132 


651 *5 


Foxhole 


94 2 23 


14 


207 10 


Youghal - lands, pt. 






Glanaradotia 


27 3 21 


21 


68 o 


of (t) 


157 232'349 


9284 10 


Greencloyne 


m 


(6) 


145 5 


Mudlands 







210 O 


Kennel 


K9 I 12 


49 


216 lo 










(a) The remainder of this townland is included in the township of Youghal. 


(b) Included in Youghal township. (c) Including the inmates of Youghal Union Workhouse. 



The Number of Persons who spoke Irish only, and Irish and English, in each 
Barony in the County and City of Cork, in 1871. 



Irish only. Irish & English 



Irish only. Irish &*Engtish 



Bantry 


584 


2797 


Imokilly , , 




1886 


'3979 


Barretts . . . . 


zoa 


1380 


Kerricurrihy 




847 


'953 


Barrymore 


164 


7 8 7 i 


Kinalea 




300 


3M 


Bear 


2147 


7827 


Kinalmeaky 




03 


2449 


Carbery. East, E.D. 


492 


6611 


Kinnatalloon 




27 


2093 


Carbery, East, W.D. 


286 


10351 


Kinsale ., 




78 


990 


Carbery, West, E.D. 


1190 


3259 


Muskery, East 




358 


7iJ5 


Carbery, West, W.D. 


400 


7693 


Muskery, West 




1262 


17234 


Condons & Clongibbons 


281 


6z6a 


Orrery and Kilmore 


i 


2533 


Cork 


609 


6172 


City of Cork 


96 


5294 


Duhallow ,. ,, 
Fcriroy 


*33 

823 
nfi 


1263 
8096 

j^atf 


Total in 1 371 


11,628 


Mo.731 


Ibans and Earryrgi .' 


y 

IP 


4*37 
368] 


Total irnSfit ,,.., 


16,694 


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ECCLESIASTICAL DIRECTORY, 

COUNTY AND CITY. 

CHURCH OF IRELAND -United Diocese of Cork, Cloyne, and Rosa. 
BISHOP The Right Reverend JOHN GREGG, D.D., Tkt Palace, Cork. 

Consecrated 1862. 
BISHOP'S CHAPLAINS Revs. Mervyn Archdall, M.A. ; Samuel O. Madden, M.A. 



DIOCESAN COUNCIL, 
Diocesan Trustees The Lord Bishop, Wm 
Goulding, S T W French, William R 
Meade, The O'Donovan 

Diocesan Treasurers The Lord Bishop, 
William R Meade, and William Goulding 

lion. Secretaries of Diocesan Synod Rev M 
Archdall, The O'Donovan, and James 
Lane 

CORK. 

Rev J Conolly The Earl of Bandon 

Rev W T Day Anderson Cooper 

Rev F Dobbin Robert C Hall 

Rev H T Fleming Adam Newman 

Rev S O Madden Dominick R Sarsfield 

Rev G Webster, D.D. George A Wood 

CLOYNE. 

Rev R Chester Robert Cole Bowen 

Rev MAC Collis Sampson T W French 

Canon Jellett, D.D. Charles C Haines 

Rev W Sherrard Richard Longfield 

Rev G C W Smith John G Nason 

Rev H Swanzy Thomas Saunders 



ETC. 

ROSS. 

Rev I M Reeves Sampson Beamish 
Rev H J Woodroffe Thomas Beamish 

Assist. Secretary William Ringrose Atkins 
Offices 62 South Mall 

DIOCESAN NOMINATORS. 
Cork Ven the Archdeacon of Cork ; Rev 

M Archdall, M.A. ; William R Meade. 
Cloyne Rev Canon Jellett, D.D. ; Rev 

Henry Swanzy ; S T W French. 
Ross Rev I M Reeves ; Rev F Dobbin ; 

The O'Donovan. 

United Diocesan Representative in St. 
Patrick's National Cathedral, Dublin 
(Prebend. S. Timothan) Rev Canon 
Jellett, D. D, rector of Aghinagh 

UNITED DIOCESAN COURT. 

Chancellor H M Pilkington, Q.c. 
Members Ven the Archdeacon of Cork ; 

Canon Jellett, D.D.; William R. Meade; 

S T W r French, and W Bence Jones 
Registrar William Verling Gregg, N.P. 



Diocesan Library, Dean street Librarian, Rev H J O'Brien, LL. D. 
District Officers appointed to issue Marriage Licences under the Act 33 6 34 Vic, c I IO. 



Robert Gregg, 22, Cook street, Cork 
Rev Arundel Hill, Fermoy 
Rev S T Harman, Crosshaven 



Rev Thomas G Bennett, Rosscarbery 
Rev James Goodman, Abbeystrewry, Skib- 
bereen 



Diocese of Cork. 

EAN AND CHAFTSR. 



Dean, Very Rev Canon Achilles Daunt, B.D. 
Precentor Rev S O Madden, Holy Trinity 
Chancellor Rev G Webster, D.D, S Nicolas 
Archdeacon Ven S M Kyle, D.D. 
Treasurer Rev W C Walker, Ballinadee 

PREBENDARIES. 

Kilbrogan Rev R C Eccles 
Killaspugmullane Rev J A Bolster 
Cahirlag Rev F Dobbin, Carrigrohane 
Liscleary... Rev James Freke, Kilroan 
Holy Trinity Rev John Conolly 



Killanully Rev M Campion 
Inniskenny Rev Thomas E Evans 
Kilnaglory Rev B T Disney, Monkstown 
Kilbrittain Rev S Hayman, Douglas 
St Michael Rev T Dorman 
Dromdaleague Rev M Archdall, St Luke's 
Desertmore Rev H J O'Brien, LL.D. 

Cathedral fonderRev H J O'Brien, LL.D. 
Minor Canon Rev J Q Conolly 
Residentary Preacher Rev Chas S Bruce 
Organist] C Marks, Mus Doc Oxon. 






CITY BENEFICES RECTORS, CURATES, ETC. 



Benefice. 


Clergy. 


Benefice. 




Clergy. 


St Fin Barre's ... { 


Canon AchillesDaunt 
*Chas S Bruce {B.D 


St. Luke's 


i 


Mervyn Archdall 
*Charles J Ferguson 


ttnlv Trinttv 


Saml Owen Madden 




i 


J Stokoe 


St Anne Shandon... 
St Mary Shandon j 


F de M St George 
WCNeligan, LL.D. 
*Geo B Grant, LL.B. 
Charles F Ince 
Geo Webster, D.D, 


St Paul's 

St Peter's 
Epis. Free Church 


i 


(vacant) 
*W C T Day 
Thomas B. Warren 
* Harper 
A D McNamara, Cfa ( 



CHURCH OF IRELAND. 



DIOCESE OF CORK CONTINUED COUNTY BENEFICES. 



Benefice. 



Rectors and Curates (Curates marked thus *} 



Post Town of Benefice. 



Ardnageehy 

Athnowen 

Ballinaboy 

Ballinadee 

Ballydehob 

Ballymartle 

Ballymoney 

Ballymodan 

Brinny 
Caheragh 
Cannaway 
Carrigaline 
Carrigrohane 
Desertserges 
Douglas 
Drinagh 
Dromdaleague 
Dunderrow 
Durrus 
Fanlobbus 
Frankfield 
Glengariffe 
Inchigeela 
Innishannon 
Inniskenny 
Kilbonane 
Kilbrogan 
Kilcully 
Kilanully 
Killowen 
Killaspugmullane 
Kilmichael 
Kilmocomqge 
Kilmoe 
Kilmurry 
Kilroan 
Kinneigh 
Kinsale 
Leigh money 
Marmullane 
Monkstown 
Moviddy 
Murragh 
Nchoval 
Rathclarin 
Rathcooney 
, Ringcurran 
Skull (or Schull) 
St Edmund's 
St Lappan's 
S Michael, Blackrock 
S Michael, Dunbulloge 
Tetaplebreedy 
Teampol-na-mboct ... 
Templemartin 
Templemichael 
Templetrine ,,. 



Samuel Sandiford 

Robert St Leger Aldworth 

Ambrose Hickey 

William C Walker, 7^reasurer 

Robert Noble 

John Stoyte 

Horace Townsend Fleming 

John Bleakley ; *Charles Tomlinson 

* Louis Richard Fleury 
James Stevenson 
James Somerville Reeves 
Robert Warren 
B C Fawcett 
Frederick Dobbin 
James Gollock ; * Walter Lamb 
Samuel Hay man 
W. M. Woolsey 
William W O'Grady 
Ambrose Hickey 
John Pratt 
George Deacon 
Robert F Clarke 
William J Carey 
Patrick O'Rourke 

Robert H M Eyre; *Robt H M Eyre, jun 
Thomas E Evans 
Broderick Tuckey 

Robert C Eccles ; * Jeremiah Murphy .. 
Henry James O'Brien, LL.D. 
Charles Arthur Maginn 
John Ashe 

John Abraham Bolster 
H F McClintock 

Richard Faulkner . ... 

William A Fisher 

John J Noble 
aobes Freke 
ohn Haines 

William Daunt; * Ed ward B Dennehy ... 
John Cole 

Thomas Gloster ; * Richard T Hayes ... 
Brabazon T Disney 
Hume Babington 
James Smith Ruby 
John Cecil Rogers 
William T Day 
William F Archdall 
Robert H Meade ; * Samuel Penrose 
John Triphook ; * G B Sweetnam 
Edward R Emerson 
James C McCheane 
George K Smyth 
Thomas Dorman 
Samuel T Hannau 
Edward H Hopley 
Edward C Can oil 
John H Cole 
Richard T Meade * L C Nash 



Fermoy 

Ovens 

Ballinhassig 

Bandon 

Ballydehob 

Baliinhassig 

Ballineen 

Bandon 

Innishannon 

Drimoleague 

Crookstown 

Carrigaiine 

Carrigrohane 

Bandon 

Cork 

Dunmanway 

Drimoleague 

Kinsale 

Durrus 

Dunmanway 

Cork 

Glengariffe 

Inchigeela 

Innishannon 

Cork 

Cork 

Bandon 

Cork 

Carrigaline 

Bandon 

Riverstown 

Kilmichael 

Bantry 

Skibbereen 

Crookstown 

Glanmire 

Bandon 

Kinsale * 

Innishannon 

Passage west 

Monkstown 

Crookstown 

Bandon 

Kinsale 

Kilbrittain 

Glanmire 

Kinsale 

Schull 

Dunmanway 

Littb Island 

Blackrock 

Cork 

Lrosshaven 

Skibbereen 

Templemartin 

Innishannon 

Kinsale 



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ECCLESIASTICAL DIRECTORY. 



Diocese of Cloyne. 



DEAN AND CHAPTER. 



Dean Very Rev James Howie 
Precentor and Treasurer Rev G J Gwynne 
Chancellor Kev W Johnson 
Archdeacon Ven R M Evans 



PREBENDARIES. 



Donoughmore Rev J Quarry, D.D. 
Glanworth Rev J Aldworth 
Ballyhay Rev C Donovan, Charleville 
Aughultie Rev F Connor, Ballyhooly 
Inniscarra Rev R Jones, Youghal 



Kilmacdonagh, RevW Wilson, Dungourney 
Cahirultan Rev R C Bolster, Castlemartyr 
Kilmaclenine Rev MAC Collis, D.D, 

Queenstown 

Subulter Rev Henry Swanzy, Kilshannig 
Lackeen Rev Thomas Moore, Gurrane 
Coole Rev T W Garde 
Killeenemer Rev R Chester, Midleton 
Coo line Rev J T Kyle, Clondrohid 
Brigown (vacant) 

Minor Canon T B McCreery 



Benefice. 


Hectors and Curates (Curates marked thus *) 


Post Town of Benefice. 


Aghabulloge 


GCW Smith 


Coachford 


Aghada 


Thomas H Townsend 


Rostellan 


Aghinagh 


Henry Canon T^llett, D.D. 


Killinardrish 


Ahern and Britway .. 


John W Hopkins 


Conna 


Ballyclough 


Thomas Olden 


Ballyclough 


Ballycotton 


John Hodges 


Ballycotton 


Ballyhooly 


Francis Connor 


Ballyhooly 


Ballynoe 


William Agar 


Conna 


Bally vourney 


Richard Kirchoffer 


Ballyvourney 


Brigown 


Wm Johnson ; *John Leech, Kingston coll 


Mitchelstown 


Buttevant 


John P Phair; *W H Cotter 


Buttevant 


Carrigamleary 


Horatio N Ormsby 


Mallow 


Carrigtohill ... 


John Welply Martin "^ 


Carrigtohill 


Castlehyde, or Litter.. 


Jasper A. Grant 


Fermoy 


Castlelyons 


William Sherrard 


Castlelyons 


Castlemagner 


Henry Swanzy, jun. 


Mallow 


Castlemartyr 


Robert C Bolster 


Castlemartyr 


Castletownroche 


(vacant) 


Castletownroche 


Charleville 


Charles Donovan 


Charleville 


Clenore 


William Johnson, Ch> 


M allow 


Clondrohid 


John T Kyle 


Macroom 


Clonfert 


Thomas Wakeham 


Nevrmarket 


Clonmeen ... 




Mallow 


Cloyne Cathedral 


Thomas B McCreery ; *T W Garde ... 


Cloyne 


Coole * 


Thomas W Garde 


Castlelyons 


Corkbeg 


Francis Shortt 


Whitegate 


Doneraile 


A J Nicholson 


Doneraile 


Donoughmore 
Dungourney .. 


John Quany, D.D. 
William Wilson 


Donoughmore 
Midleton 


Farrahy 


Courtney Moore 


Kildorrery 


Fermoy 


ArundelHiU 


Fermoy 


Garrycloyne 


Louis Perrin 


Blarney 


Gurranekennefeake . . . 


Thomas Moore 


M idleton 


Glanworth 


John Aldworth 


Glanworth 


Gortroe ... 


William H Nason 


Rathcormac 


Inch 


Gilbert MM 'Cord 


Cloyne 


Inniscarra 


George B Herrick ... 


Inniscarra 


Kanturk 


Thomas H Brady 


Kanturk 


Kilbrin 


Edward George Jones ^ ... 


Mallow 


Kilcredan .. 


William Agar ... 


Castlemartyr 


Killeagh 


James Howie, Dean 


Killeagh 


Kilshannig ,. 
Kihvorth 


Henry Swanzy 
Charles S Langley, D.D, 


Mallow 
Kilworth 


Knocl:mourne .. 


Robert BC^'oion 


Conna 


Kilbolane 


Robert Bastable * y .uard Gibbings ., 


CharlevilU 


Lisgoold i. 


George John Gv-yBt v ,. 


Midleton 



CHURCH OF IRELAND. 

DIOCESE OF CLOYNE CONTINUED. 



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Benefice. Rectors and Curates (Curates marked thus *) 


Post Town of Benefice. 


M acroom 
Magourney 
Mallow 
Marshalstown 
Midleton 
Mogeely 
Monanimy 
Mourneabbey 
Natlash 
Queenstown 
Rathcormac 


Nicholas C Dunscombe 
Edward Spring 
Robert C Wills 
William Smyth 
Richard Chester ; * Theodore Wicks ... 
Richard Longfield 
George E Cotter 
John Galbraith 
Richard Hayes 
Maurice Atkin Cooke Collis, D.D. 
William Hejiry Nason ~ 


Macroom 
Coachford 
Mallow 
Mitchelstown 
Midleton 
Castlemartyr 
Killavullen 
Ballinamona 
Kildorrery 
Queenstown 
_ Rathcormac 


('Roblella.ii " :.. 
Rtishbl'ook 
Shandrum 
Templebodan 
Templenacarriga 
Wallstown 
Youghal 


Th'omas Forrest 
Richard H Loane 
William I Bunbury 
(vacant) 
Adam Newman Beamish, A.B, Tr. 
Samuel B Young 
Richard Jones ; *R Hanlon 


Queenstown 
Charleville 
Midleton 
Midleton 
Shanballyrnore 
Youghal 



Diocese of Ross. 

DEAN AND CHAPTER. 



Dean Very Rev James Stannus 
Precentor Rev Isaac Morgan Reeves 
Chancellor Rev William Johnson 
Archdeacon Ven Alexander Stuart . 
Treasurer (vacant) 



PREBENDARIES. 
Timoleague (vacant) 
Templebryan J B Whitley 
The Island (vacant) 

Curragranemore F G Walker, Kilmalooda 
Donoughmore John Madras, Abbeymahon 
Minor Canon F S Hamilton 



Benefice. 


Rectors and Curates (Curates marked thus *; 


Post Town of Benefice. 


Abbeymahon 


John Madras ... 


Timoleague 


Abbeystrewry 


James Goodman ... 


Skibbereen 


Aghadown 


Denis Sullivan 


Aghadown 


Ardfield 


J H Tuckey 


Rosscarbery 


Berehaven 


J Halahan ; J Skuse 


Castletownbere 


Castlehaven 


John P Bushe 


Castleisland 


Castleventry 


Justin MacCarthy 


Rosscarbery 


Creagh 


James Allen 


Skibbereen 


Kilcaskan 


(vacant) 


Castletwwnbera 


Kilcoe 


Horace T Townsend 


Skibbereen 


Kilmacabea 
Kllgarriff Union 


Thomas G Bennett ; *David J Gillman .. 
Charles McFettridge 


Rosscarbery 
Clonakilty 


Kilmalooda 


Frederick G Walker 


Bandon 


Kilmeen ... 


William Irwin 


Clonakilty 


Kilnagross 


William H Powell . .. 


Clonakilty 


Lislee 
Myross 


Henry J Woodroffe 
Isaac Morgan Rtt-ves. TV. 


Courtmacsherry 
Glandore 


Ross Cathedral 


Fitzjohn S Hamilton, v.c. s "John B 






Whitley 


Rosscarbery 


Rathbarry ... 


T Jasper Smith 


Castlefreke 


Templebryan 
Terapleomalus 


John B Whitley 
George Beamish ,. 


Rosscarbery 
Clonakilty 


Timoleague 


A B Wilson 


Timoleague 


Tullagh 


Jonas Jorwi ,, 


Baltimore 



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ECCLESIASTICAL DIRECTORY. 



CATHOLIC CHURCH. 
Diocese of Cork. 

BISHOP Most Reverend WILLIAM DELANY, D.D, The Palace, Blackrock. 

(Consecrated isth Aug. 1847.) 



CHAPTER OF CORK. 

D<an Very Rev Henry Neville, P.P. V.G. 
Archdeacon Ven J J Murphy 
Precentor Very Rev J Falvey, P.P. V.G. 
Chancellor Very Rev Patrick Riordan, P.P. 

V.F, Kinsale 
Treasurer Very Rev G Sheehan, P.P. V.F. 

PREBENDARIES, OR CANONS. 

Kilbrogan Very Rev J O'Brien, P.P. V.F, 

Bandon 
Killanully Rev Denis McSwiney, P.P, 

Carrigaline 

Drimoleague Rev John Galvin 
Kilbritt,ain Rev Joseph Shinkwin 



Kilnaglory Rev John McNamara, P.P. 
Monkstown 

Holy Trinity Rev C Freeman, p.P, 
Glanmire 

Cahirlag Rev P Murphy, P.P, Ovens 

St. Michael Rev W O'Sullivan, P.P, 
Blackrock 

Inniskenny Rev F L Casey, P.P, Pas- 
sage west 

Killaspugmullane Rev Thomas Scannell, 
P.P. Douglas 

Liscleary Rev John Foley, P.P, Kilmurry 

Desertmore Rev A Maguire, P.P, Ballin- 
collig 



CITY PARISHES. 



Benefice. 



Parish Priest (p.p.) 



Curates (c.C.) 



Cathedral (St. Mary's) 
North Parish 
(Bishop's Parish} 



SS. Peter and Paul's .. 
(Bishop's Parish) 

St. Patrick's 



St. Finbar's, S. Parish. 



John Canon Galvin, AJm. 



James Hegarty, Ad-tti. 



Very Rev J F Falvey, P.P. V.G. 



Very Rev Henry Dean Neville, 
p.p. V.G. 



Joseph Canon Shinkwin 
Daniel McNamara 
Cornelius Magrath 
William J Madden 
John J Fahey, Sacristan 
Andrew Forrest 
Michael O'Flynn 
Patrick A Lyons 
Henry Reed, Sacristan 
William Lane 

Richard Alphonsns Sheehan 
John Joseph Coughlan 
W McCulloch, Sacristan 
Michael Shinkwin 
James Fleming 
John O'Mahony 
Denis McCarthy 



Regular Clergy of City Churches. 

ORDER OF ST. AUGUSTINE, Great George's Street. Very Rev W O'Sullivan, Prior ; 
Rev W F O'Byrne, Rev J Lynch, and Rev L O'Brien 

ORDER OF ST. DOMINICK, Pope's Quay. Very Rev J Willard, Prior; Rev Fr L 
Hickey, Rev Fr T Deely, Rev Fr T R Hyland, Rev Fr A Rooke 

ORDER OF ST FRANCIS, Broad Lane. Very Rev Fr Dunne, Guardian ; Very Rev 
Fr Rossiter, Def. and Vicar; Rev Fr W Murphy, Rev Fr P Kavanagh, Rev Fr J Codd, 
and Rev Fr Brown 

CONGREGATION OF THE MISSION ST VINCENT'S, Sunday's Well. Very Rev D 
O'Sullivar, Sup. ; Rev Fr Thomas Morrissy, Rev Fr Philip Burton, Rev Fr P M'Kenna, 
Rev Fr F M'Nulty, Rev Fr L Cahill, Rev Fr James Hanley, Rev Fr W O'Connor, 
Rev Fr Richard Bodkin, Rev Fr John Leahy. Ven Archdeacon Murphy ; Very Rev 
Canon Edmond Scully 

THE CAPUCHINS, Charlotte Ouay. Very Rev Father Louis, Suftriar i Rev Fr 
Bernard, Fr Eugene, Fr William, and Fr Jam^ 



ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, 



109 



DIOCESE OF CORK CONTINUED COUNTY PARISHES. 



Benefice. 


Parish Priest (P.P.) 


Curates (c.C.) 


Post Town. 


Ballinhassig .. 


John Parker 


Andrew Desmond 


Ballinhassig 


Ballincollig .. 


Augustine Canon Maguire... 


Eugene McSwinev 


Ballincollig 


Bandon 


Jerh. Canon O'Brien, V.F... 


James O'Keeffe, J. P<~Ty 


Bandon 


Bantry 


George Sheehan, V.F. 


Ml. Kearney. Jno. U j_eary 


Bantry 


Blackrock .. 


William Canon O'Sullivan 


P. Hurley .. 


Cork 


Caheragh 


J Wall 


Florence Crowley 


Caheragh 


Carrgaline . . 


Denis Canon McSwiney ... 


JohnCrowley 


Carrigaline 


Clountade anc 








Ballymartle.. 


John Walsh 


Jeremiah O'Hea 


Kinsale 


Courcies 


Denis Dunlea 


James Bo wen 


Kinsale 


Desert and En- 








niskean 


D. Coveney, D.D. 


John Crowley, John Sullivan 


Enniskeane 


Douglas 


Thomas Canon Scannell ... 


Timothy Murray 


Douglas 


Drimoleague... 


Cornelius O'Keeffe 


Daniel O'Sullivan 


Drimoleague 


Dunmanway . . . 


John Cotter 


Denis Forrest, Cornelius 


Dunmanway 






O'Sullivan 




Glanmire Upp. 


C. Canon Freeman 


Ml O'Mahony, Thos Palmer 


Glanmire 


Glounthane . . . 


John Clanchy 


John Daly 


Glounthane 


Innishannon ... 


Timothy Holland 


John O'Connor 


Innishannon 


Iveleary 


Jeremiah Holland 


John Lyons 


Macroom 


Kilbrittain ... 


Timothy Sullivan ... 


James O'Neill 


Kilbrittain 


Kilmichael ... 


J. O'Driscoll 


John Callaghan 


Kilmichael 


Kilmurry 


John Canon Foley 


Thos Shinkwin, Jerh Carey 


Crookstown 


Kinsale 


Patrick Canon Riordan, VF 


Ed. Murphy, J O'Leary ... 


Kinsale 


Monkstown . 


John Canon McNamara 


W McDonnell 


Monkstown 


Murragh and 








Kinneigh 


J. Cummins 


Daniel Foley 


bandon 


Muinteravara. . 


Michael Delay 


Thomas Burke 


Carrigbue 


Ovens 


Patrick Canon Murphy 


William Murphy 


Ballincollig 


Passage West. . 


Francis L. Canon Casey ... 


P. O'Connell 


Passage 


Schull East ... 


Patrick O' Regan 


F. McCarthy 


Crook haven 


Schull West... 


Daniel O'Connell 


Denis Bernard 


Crook haven 


Tracton 


Denis O'Donoghue 


Daniel O'Sullivan 


Carrigaline 


Watergrasshill. 


Patrick Sexton 


D. Duggan 


Rathcormac 



CARMELITE FRIARY, Kinsale. Very Rev P Parr, Prior; Rev Patrick Dunne, Rev 
Edward Southwell. 

ORDER OF CHARITY, St Patrick's Reformatory, Upton. Rev Fr Gravilloe, Director; 
Rev Fr Cormack. " 



Chaplains. 



Cork Garrison Rev. J. J. Coughlan, c.C. 
Military Prison Rev. William AlcC'ullogh 
Fever Hospital Rev. P Magner, Rev. C. 

O'Driscoll 

North Infirmary The Parish Clergymen 
Union Workhouse Rev Timothy Murphy, 

Rev. C. Bowen 
St Patrick's Hospital for Incurables Rev. 

P. Magner 
Contagious Diseases Hospital Rev. Henry 

Reed 

Lunatic Asylum Rev. J. Murphy 
Mercy Hospital Rev. H. Reed 
Spike Island Convict Depot Rev. T. 

Lyons, sen. c., Rev. J. Murphy 
City Gaol Rev. J. Fahy 



County Gaol Rev. J. O'Keeffe 
Greenmount Industrial Schools Rev. T. 

Fleming 
St. Patrick's Refo-matory, Upton Rev. J. 

Ryan 
North Presentation Convent Rev. Richard 

Barrett 
South Presentation Convent Rev. Michael 

Horgan 

Ursuline Convent Rev. James Lehane 
Sisters of Mercy Rev. John Cassidy 
Convent of Good Shepherd Rev. Corg. 

O'Driscoll 
Sisters of Charity, Peacock lane Vincen- 

tian Fathers 
Christian Brothers Rev. A. O'Keeffe 



Bantry Convent and Workhouse Rev James Brady, C/iaJ>. 



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ECCLESIASTICAL DIRECTORY. 



Diocese of Cloyne. 
BISHOP MOST REV. JOHN MAC CARTHY, D.D., Queenstown. 

(Consecrated 28th October, 1874. 
Bishop's Secretary Rev. W. Hickey, Queenstown. 



CHAPTER OF CLOYNE. 



DeanV. RevD. Mahony, V.F, Mitchelst'n 
Archdeacon Very Rev P D O'Regan, v.G, 

Mallow 

Chancellor Very Rev D Dil worth, D. D, V. F. 
Theologian Very Rev John Cullinan 

PREBENDARIES OR CANONS. 

Coole Very Rev W Fitzgerald 



Subuher Very Rev E Murphy 
Kilmaclenine Very Rev M Lane 
Cooline Rev H E Dennehy, p. p, Kanturk 
Brigown Rev P Burton, p.v, Castlet'nroche 
Glanworth Rev R Smiddy, Aghada 
Inniscarra Rev T Murphy, p. p. Youghal 
Lakeen Rev J Fitzpatrick, r.p. Midleton 
Ballyhay Rev Pierce Green, p. p. Conna 



Benefice. 



Parish Priest (P.P.) 



Curate (c.c.) 



Post Town. 



Queenstown ... William Hickey, Adm. 
(Bishop 's Par)' 

Fermoy ...j Michael F O'Mahony 



Aghada ... Richard Canon Smiddy ...! 


Aghinagh ... Patrick A O'K Pope 


Annakisy ... Thomas England 


Ballindangan . . T Murphy ... 


Ballyclogh ... Timothy Leader 


Ballyhay ..j John Ryan 


Ballymacoda... Charles Fielding 


Bally vourney.. Patrick Foley 


Blarney 


David Parker 


Buttevant 


Timothy Buckley 


Carrigtohill ... 


Richard Seymour 


Castlelyons ... 


William O'Brien 


Coachford 


David Sheehan 




. 


Castlet'nroche. 


Philip Burton 


Castlemagner. . 


PJ Doyle 


Charleville ... 


James Rice, D.D. 


Clondrohid . . . 


Laurence Walsh 


Conna 


Pierce Canon Green 


Clonmeen ... 


Edward J Murphy 


Cloyne 


John Egar, V.F. 


Doneraile 


Daniel Dilworth, D.D, V.F... 


Donoughmore. 


Michael Canon Lane 


Freemount . . . 


William Fitzgerald 


Glanworth ... 


D Casey 


Glantane 


James Barry- 


Grenagh 


John M Buckley 


Imogeela 


T Walsh 


Inniscarra .. 


T L Murray 


Kanturk . . . j H E Canon Dennehy, v, F . . . 


Kildorrery ... Daniel O'Brien 


Killeagh 


Maurice Power ... 


Kilnamartery., 


Godwin Lane ... 


Kilworth 


John Fitzpatrick 


Liscarroll ... C McCarthy 


Lisgoold ... John Cronin 



' Stephen C Ashlin, Thomas 

Rice, Daniel Kelleher, W 

Foley 
Michael Ahern, Wm. Rice, 

D O'Callaghan 
Edward Barry, E Riordan.. 
Michael Doherty 
Jeremiah O'Leary 
Daniel O'KeerTe 
Jeremiah Murphy, M Walsh 
J Noonan 

James Barry, Michael Ahern 
T Twomey ...| 

John O'Donoghue ...I 

E Neville, J O'Donoghue ... 
H Kelleher ...I 

D O'Callaghan ...' 

Timothy Buckley, Daniel A 

O'KeerTe 

John Barry, J O'Keeffe ... 
J Geary 

Jas Horgan, Michl. Higgins 
Timothy Callaghan, D 

O'Mahony 

James Green, Richard Ahern 
A M 'Donald, M Manning.. 
T O'Farrell, T M'Swiney, 

E Twohig 

John Carver, Patrick Cogan. 
John Twohig, M O'Connor. 
Wm M'Auliflfe, John Barry 
Jeremiah Russell 
J Savage 
John Moore 
t Barry 

T O'Connell, James Sisk ... 
E Murphy, C Buckley ... 
T Collins 

T Cronin, Barthw. Shinnick 
M Rea 
M O'Connor 
C Cahill, T Linehan 
S O'Donnell 



Queenstown 

Fermoy 
Rostellan 
Killinardrish 
Mallow 
Mitchelstown 
Cecilstown 
Charleville 
Ballymacoda 
Macroom 
Blarney 
Buttevant 
Carrigtohill 
Castlelyons 
Coachford 

Castlet'nroche 

Cecilstown 

Charleville 

Macroom 

Conna 

Banteer 

Cloyne 

Doneraile 

Coachford 

Charleville 

Glanworth 

Mallow. 

Blarney 

Midleton 

Inniscarra 

Kanturk 

Kildorrery 

Killeagh 

Macroom 

Kilworth 

Liscarroll 

Midleton 



ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. 

DIOCESE OF CLOYNE CONTINUED. 



ill 



Reiielice. 


Parish Priest (P.P.) 


Curate (c.c.) 


Post Town. 


Macroom 


John Cullinan 


John McCarthy, Denis Mur- 








phy, W Coghlan 


Macroom 


Mallow 


Yen Archdn P D O'Regan 


John Lynch, Alex Morrissy, 








J Morton 


Mallow 


Midleton 


John Canon Fitzpatrick ... 


P Horgan, D Lynch, Patrick 








Ahern 


Midleton' 


Mitchelstown.. 


Denis Dean O'Mahony, V.G. 


B McCarthy, D Burdon, 








Thomas Ferris 


Mitchelstown 


Mournahbey ... 


David Walsh 


Patrick Hennessy 


Ballinamona 


Newmarket .. 


John O'Mahony 


L Walsh t 


Mallow 


M eel in 


Cornelius O'Connell 


M Hennessy 


Newmarket 


Rathcormac ... 


Maurice Kenefick 


Peter O'Leary 


Newmarket 


Shandrum 


I I'.eechinor 


L Smith-wick 


Charleville 


Youghal 


Timothy Canon Murphy ... 


JasO'Neill, Denis O'Connell, 
John Field, John O'Keeffe 


Youghal 



St Colman's College-, Fermoy Very Rev William Canon Fitzgerald, Revs Edward 
O'Connell, John Wigmore, R Brown, W Hutch. 

Chaplains. 

Workhouses. Fermoy, Midleton, Mitckehtown, Kanturk, and Mallow, the Parochial 
Clergy ; Youghal, Rev John O'Keeffe ; Macroom, Rev Denis Murphy. 

Barracks -Quceiisfowii, Rev William Hickey ; Fermoy, Rev Michael F O'Mahony ; 
Bitttevaiit, Rev Timothy Buckley. 

Diocese of Ross. 

BISHOP MOST REV. MICHAEL O'HEA, D.D, Skibbereen. 
(Consecrated ;th February, 1858.) 



Skibbereen ... 


Peter Hill, Adm. 


Stephen O'Brien 


Skibbereen 


(Hitkop's /dt ) 








Arclfield 


Arthur O Leary 


John O'Brien 


Clonakilty 


Aghadown . . . 


Jeremiah O'DonoVan 


I >enis O'Sullivan 


Skibbereen 


Barryroe 
Castlehaven ... 


Jeremiah Lucey 
Robert Troy 


Timothy McCarthy 
Chas Davis, Wm Deasy ... 


Timoleague 
Castleto'nsend 


Clonakilty .. 


Patrick Madden 


P Kingston, J O'Hea 


Clonakilty 


Kilmacabea 


David Fitzgerald, Adm. ... 


Jonas Callanan 


Leap 


(Bishop's pit.} 








Kilmeen 


John Donegan 


Timothy G O'Hea 


Kilmeen 


Rath. & Islands 


Daniel Collins 


John Hennessy, D O'Leary 


Baltimore 


Rosscarbery ... 


Jeremiah Molony, v.G. 


James O'Sullivan 


Rosscarbery 


Timoleague ... 


John Mulcahy 




Timoleague 



Diocese of Kerry (portion in county Cork.) 

BISHOP MOST REV. DAVID MORIARTY, D.D, The Palace, Killarney. 

(Consecrated 25th April, 1854.) 



Drishane 
Dromtarriff ... 
Kilmeen 
Kilaconenagh . 
Kilcaskan S ... 
Kilcatherine .. 
Kilnamanagh.. 


Arthur Canon S Griffin, V.F. 
John Twomy 
Mathias MacMahon 
Thomas Sheehy, V.F. 
John O'Reilly 
Michael O'Reilly, 
Cornelius O'Sullivan 


Dl. McCarthy, Nich. Power 
Thomas Quylter 
John O'Leary, J. Larkin ... 
Jas Fitzgerald, B. Scanlan 
John Neligan 
James Carmody 
Daniel O'Sullivan 


Millstreet 
Dromagh 
Boherbue 
Castlet'wnbere 
Castlel'wnbere 
Castlet'wnbere 
Castlet'wnbere 



Chaplains. Mil: street Workhouse, Very Rev Arthur Canon S Griffin; Castlettnvnbere 
Workhouse, Very Rev Thomas Sheehy, V.F. 



112 



ECCLESIASTICAL DIRECTORY. 
PARISHES AND BENEFICES. 



The Civil and Ecclesiastical Parishes in the county are noi coniermnu 
i$ 343, amalgamated into 99 Irish Episcopalian and 95 Roman Catholic be 

The statistics adopted are those of the Census Returns of 1871, with 
sons five years of age and upwards. 



.11 > : the number of civil parishes 

icfices or parishes. 

the religious profession of per- 



Parish. , Pup. R C. P. E. Othrs Roman Catholic Benence 


1 Prot. Episcopalian Benefice 


Abbeymahon . 


16301356 8 


I 


Timoleague 


. Timoleague 


Abbeystrowry. 


41543223 30 


1 20 Ski bbereen, Aghadown. 


. Abbeystrewry 


Aghabulloge . 


272212323 4 


Coach ford 


. Macroom, Magourney 


Aghacross 


60, 49 - 


5! Kildorrery 


. Doneraile 


Aghada 


1951 


1546 i6( 




[ Aghada 


. Aghada 


Aghadown 


272; 


2032 28 





Aghadown 


Aghadown 


Aghern 


6i 


485 5 





Conna 


Castlelyons 


Aghinagh 


1505 


1304 2 





Aghinagh 


Macroom & Magourney 


Aglish 


1329 


1 120 4 




Ovens 


Moviddy 


Aglishdrinagh. 


45* 


41. 







Ballyhay 




Ardagh 


I22C 


I0 4 ; 


i 





Killeagh 


Youghal 


Ardfield 


1104 


93: 


2 





Ardfield 


Rathbarry 


Ardnageehy . 


2045 


175] 


3 




Watergrasshill 


Ardnageehy 


Ardskeagh 


IS' 


I2C 







Charleville and Ballyha) 


Charleville 


Athnowen . .. 


IO8/) 


882 


7 





Ovens 


Athnowen 


Ballinaboy 


1244 


1041 


2 


8 


Ballinhassig 


Killanully 


Ballinadee 


1263 


IOO5 


II 





Courceys 


Ballinadee 


Ballin temple .. 


798 


673 






Cloyne 


Lisgoold 


Ballyclough .. 


1634 


1336 


IO 


; 


Ballyclough 


Ballyclough 


Ballycurrany .. 


527 


449 


I, 





Carrigtohill 


Carrigtohill 


Baliydeloher .. 


540 


439 


2 





Glounthane .. 


Kilaspugmullane 


Ballydeloughy . 


533 


457 


I 





Glanworth 


Glanworth 


Ballyfeard 


502 


446 


10 


i 


Clontead 


Nohoval 


Ballyfoyle 


697 


592 


19 





Tracton .. 


Nohoval 


Ballyhay 


673 


582 


IO 





Ballyhay 


Charleville 


Ballyhooly 


974 


822 


27 





Castletownroche 


G anworth 


Ballymartle .. 


784 


623 


67 


7 


Clontead 


Ballymartle 


Ballymodan .. 


555 


354' 


104 


270 


Bandon 


Ba lymodan 


Ballymoney .. 


1956 1420 


205 


26 


Enniskean, Dunmanway 


Ballineen 


Ballynoe 


1250 


1077 


2- 





Conna 


Knockmourne 


Ballyoughtera.. 


787 


651 


2j 


'4 


Imogeela 


Castlemartyr 


Bally vourney .. 


3253 2643 52 


t 


Ballyvourney ... 


Ballyvourney 


Ballyspillane .. 


273 


245 


I 





Midleton .. 


Midleton 


Barnehely 


815 


693 


2 9 





Passage 


Carrigaline 


Bohillane 


228 


184 





3 


Ballymacoda 


Castlemartyr 


Bregoge 


140 


117 


6 




Buttevant 


Buttevant 


Bridgetown 


571 


469 


24 





Castletownroche 


''astletownroche 


Brigown 


5721 


$800 194 


16 


Mitchelstown 


Brigown 


Brinny 


886 


667 125 





Innishannon 


Brinny 


Britway 


442 376' 2 


3 


Castlelyons 


Castlelyons 


Buttevant 


34242444 531 


36 


Buttevant 


Bultevant 


Caheragh 


4265 3463 


139 


3 


Caheragh 


Caheragh 


Caherduggan ... 


808 


675 


23 




Doneraile 


Buttevant 


Caherlag 


I33i 


070 


in 


8 


Glountharifc 


Rathcooney 


Cannaway 


1012 


836 


47 





Kilmuiry 


Kilmurry 


Carrigaline 
Garrigdownane . 


46833718 
961 82 


411 

2 


21 

240 


Carrigaline and Douglas 
Kildorrery 


Carrigaline and Douglas 
Farahy 


Carrigleamleary 


47l 348 


8 





Killavullen 


Mallow 


Carriyrohane ... 


2399!M88 383 





Ballincollig 


Carrigrohane 


Carrigrohanebeg 


292 236 23 





Inniscarra 


Magourney 


Carrigtohill 


2388 2036 89 





Carrigtohill 


Carrigtohill 


Castlehaven ... 


31242520 146 





Castlehaven 


Castlehaven 


Castlelyons 


22551910 88 


18 


Castlelyons 


Ccstlelyons 


Castlemagner ... 
Castletownr'che 


'325HI5 34 
1765 1487 63 


12 

4 


Castlemagner 
Castletownroche ... 


Castlemagner 
Castletownroche 


Castleventry ... 


996 793 73 


2 


Kilmeen 


Castleventy 


Churchtown ... 


1319 1141 


10) 


Liscarroll 


Buttevant 


Clear-island ... 


572 471 


27 


Rath, Cape Clear, etc. 


Tullagh 


Clenor 


583 477 


37 


Killavullen 


Doneraile 


Clondrohid ... 


41163510 


52 Clondrohid ... Macroom 



PARISHES AND BENEFICES. 



Fan-,- 


Pop. 


R. C.P. E. 


Othrs 


Roman Catholic Benefice. 


Prot. Episcopalian Benefice. 


Clondulane 


854 


683" 69 





Fermoy 


Fermoy 


Clonfert 


10172 


8946 236! 12 


Kanturk & Newmarket. 


Clonfert 


Clonmeen ...! 3200 


2731 20 





Castlemagner 


Castlemagner 


Clonmel 


253 


1695 482 


95 


Queenstown 


Queenstown, Rushbrook 


Clonmult 


534 


462; 4 





Ballymacoda 


Dungourney 


Clonpriest 


1787 


1566 21 





Youghal 


Killeagh 


Clontead 


627 


526 23 


7 


Cloutead 


Nohoval 


Cloyne 


35 2 9 


2918 157 


9 


Cloyne 


Cloyne, Ballycotton 


Coole 


'39 


I 1 I 


4 


6 


Castlelyons 


Castlelyons 


Coolmey 


ii 8 


94 


1C 





Ballyhay 


Rathgoggan 


Corbally 


13* 


112 


6 


2 


Balliucollig 


Carrigrohane 


Cork beg 


1285 


8 5 8 


231 


45 


Aghada 


Corkbeg 


Corcomohide, pt 


4 7 


35 












Creagh 


339t 


2654 


2 4 f 


68 


Skibbereen 


Abbeystrewry 


Cullen 


29QC 


255<- 


2h 





Millstreet 


DromtarrifT 


Cullen 


5'< 


4'^ 


37 





Clontead 


Ballymartle 


Currykippane... 


lp 


55' 


5 C 


6 


North Parish 


Carrigrohane 


Dangandonovan 


40^ 


34; 


t 





Killeagh 


Castlemartyr 


Derryvillane ... 


324 


27' 


C 





Glanworth 


Glanworth 


Desert 


28c 


24C 


9 


5 


Clonakilty 


K'lgjrriff 


Desertmore .. 


66; 


55 ( 


i' 


6 


Ovens 


Athnowen 


Desertserges ... 


3024 


223; 


3^ 


7 


Enniskean 


Desertserges 


Donaghmore ... 


3720 


3'4< 


5--: 


2 


Donoughmore 


Donoughmore 


Donaghmore ... 


225 


i8t 


^1 





Timoleague 


Timoleague 


Doneraile 


3818 


3'3^ 


18 





Doneraile 


Doneraile 


Drinagh 


2 3 6 3 


'79- 


20. 


72 


I'romdaleague 


Drinagh 


Drisliane 


6lC2 


516' 


6 


5 


Millstreet 


Dromtarriff 


Dromdaleague.. 


3'7> 


236 


28; 


3t 


Dromdaleague. 


Dromdaleague 


Dromdowney .. 


75 


6( 








Ballyclough 


Ballyclough 


DromtarrirT ... 


348; 


298. 


5< : 





Dromtarriff 


DromtatTiff 


Dunbulloge ... 


235^ 


>OP 


I- 





Glanmire upper 


Ardujgeehy 


Dunderrow 


1185 


954 


6: 


2 


Ballirhascig 


Kinsale 


Dungourney ... 


109: 


92. 


3: 





Ballymacoda 


Dungourney 


Dunisky 


lie 


9 







Kilmiclnel 


Cannaway 


Dunmahon 


448 


39' 


3 





Glanworth 


Gian worth 


Durrus 


22 1/ 


'45' 


411 


37 


M uinleravara 


Dunus 


Fanlobbus 


717] 


529 


70; 


8? 


Dunntanway 


Fanlobbus 


Farahy 


IO2( 


85. 


27 




Kildorrery " 


Farahy 


Fermoy [feake 


Sou 


;4&< 


!53 f 


226 


Fermoy 


Fermoy 


Garranekinne- 


6S: 


54. 


<f. 





Aghada 


Midlelon 


Carrycloyne . 


H9! 


98; 


4.' 


13 


Grenagh 


Garrycloyne 


Garry voe 


5)' 


46 


6 




Ballymacoda 


Castlemartyt 


Glanworth 


209 


178. 


4' 


6 


Glanworth 


Glanworlh 


Goitroe ' ... 


M 6' 


98 


18 





Kathcormac 


Kathcormac 


Grenagh 


2:>K 


!$;,< 


8 





Grenagh 


Garrycloyne 


Ilackmys, pt. .. 


7' 












Ightermurragli.. 


ns. 


11 5' 


44 


2 


Ballymacoda 


Castlemartyr 


Imphrick . . 


6v 


5.< ; 


K 





Ballyha'y 


Buttevant 


Inch 


io\( 


So' 


& 





Aghada 


Corkbeg 


Inchigeelagh ... 


438i 


;6 5 ( 


37 





Iveleary 


Inchigeela 


Inchinabacky .. 


26 


22' 


7 





Midleton 


Midieton 


Innishannon ... 


igi( 


43^ 


2/7 


II 


Innishannon 


Innishannon 


Inishcarra 


248.- 


1071 


7- 





Inniscarra 


Garrj'cloyne, Magourney 


Inishkenny 


66c 


5'5 


5' 


IO 


Ballincollig 


Carrigrohane 


Island 


83: 


682 


3' 





Clonakilty 


Kilgarnff 


Kilbolane 


189- 


1582 


4 C 





Freemount 


Kilbolane 


Xilbonane 


977 


7 8r 


4^ 


7 


Kilmurry ^ 


Kilmurry 


Kilbrin 


1918 


'665 


2C 


2 


Ballyclough 


Ballyclough 


Kilbrittain 


8ic 


646 


47 


II 


Kilbrittain 


Rathclarin 


Kilbrogan 


3455 


2138 


787 


IO9 


Bandon 


Kilbrogan 


Kilbroney 


3'? 


272 







Buttevant 


Buttevant 


Kilcaskan 


3603 


2978 


8f 





Kilcaskin south 


Berehaven 


Kilcatherine ... 


39'o 


3277 


5' 





Kilcatherine 


Berehaven 


Kilcoe 


1096 


788 


144 


12 


Aghadown 


Aghadown 


Kilcorcoran 


270 


249 







Kanturk 


Ballyclough 



114 



ECCLESIASTICAL DIRECTORY. 



Parish. 


Pop. 


R. C. P. E. Othrs Roman Catholic Benefice i'rot. Episcopalian Benefice. 


Kilcorney 


1062 


919 





Clonmeen 


Kilcredan 


336 


2 7 6 


n 





Ballymacoda ... Castlemartyr 


Kilcrohane 


2537 


2137 


42 


Muinteravara 


Durrus 


Kilcrumper 


608 


5" 


27 





Fermoy, Kilworth 


Kilworth 


Kilcully 


325 


260 


19 





Upper (jllanmire 


St. Anne Shnndon 


Kilcummer 


401 


33o 


15 





Casrletownroche 


Castetownroche 


Kildoirery 


1014 


895 







Kildorrery 


Farahy 


Kilfaughnabeg.. 


1592 


H39 


72 


6 


Kilmacabea 


Kilmacabea 


Kilgainff 


4381 


3269 


488 


142 


Clonakilty 


Kilganiff 


Kilgrogan 


16 


9 












Kilgullane 


53:- 


473 


i 





Glanworth 


Glanworth 


Kilkerranmore.. 


1498 


1171 


90 


6 


Ro->scarbery, Kilmeen.. 


Kilmeen 


Killaconenagh.. 


4409 


3559 


184 





Killaconenagh 


Berehaven 


K.llanully [lane 


34' 


274 


18 


4 


Douglas 


Killaiiully 


Killaspugmul- 


250 


216 


2 





Watergrasshill 


Killaspugmullane 


Killathy 


656 


566 








Castletownroche 


Glanworth 


Killeagh 


'45 C 


236 


53 


2 


Killeagh 


Killeagh 


Killeenemer ... 


9' 


78 







Glanworth 




Killowen 


23? 


160 


44 





Templemartin ... 


Kilbrogan 


Kilmacabea ... 


3245 


2571 


196 


7 


Kilmacabea 


Kilmacabea 


Kilmacdonogh.. 


2141 


847 


18 




Ballymacoda 


Castlemartyr 


Kilmaclenine ... 


170 


'5 








liallyclough 


liallyclough 


Kilmahon 


960 


833 


15 


3 


Ballymacoda 


Cloyne 


Kilmaloda 


131* 


995 


119 


25 


Timoleague - 


Ki(malooda 


Kilmeen 


7082 


6026 


19 




Boherbue 


Dromtarnff 


Kilmeen 


1995 


472 


203 


7 


Kilmeen 


Kilmeen 


Kilmichael 


3307 


2793 


15 




Kilmichael 


Inchigeela 


Kilmocomoge.. 


1009^ 


5204 


391 


57 


Bantry 


Kilmocomoge 


Kilmoe 


3220 


2215 


5 1 ' 


2i 


West Schull 


Kilmoe 


Kilmoney 


464 


408 


10 





Carrigaline 


Novohal 


Kilmonoge 


532 


372 


88 





Clontead 


Nohoval 


Kilmurry 


1887 


580 


49 


8 


Kilmichael 


Kilmurry 


Kilnaglory 


580 


502 


6 





Ballincoi.ig 


Carrigrohane 


Kilnagross 


837 


564 


132 


17 


Clonakilty 


Kilmaloodii 


Kilnamanagh ... 


385 


3080 


64 


114 


Kilnamanagh 


Berehaven 


Kilnamartery ... 


1825 


1565 


12 





Kilaamariery 




Kilpatrick 


502 


397 


28 





Tracton 


Nghoval 


Kilphelan 


8c 


6b 


I 





Mitchelstown 




Kilquane 


821 


686 


24 


4 


Glounlhane 


Killaspugmullane 


Kilquane 


2 5 


9 












Kilroan 


265 


23* 


1 





Courceys 


Templetrme 


Kilroe 


495 


429 


I 





Kanturk 


Kanturk 


Kilshanahan ... 


484 


401 


'5 





Watergrasshill 


Killaspugmullane 


Kilshannig 


4473 


3624 


263 


12 


Glantane 


Kilshannig 


Kilsillagh 


1 ifc 


97 







Timoleague 


Lislce 


Kilworth 


I3M 


1086 


234 


2 


Kilworth 


Kilworth 


Kinneigh 


3284 


2523 


55' 


45 


Murragh 


Kinneigh 


Kinsale 


5721 




55' 


1604 


Kinsale 


Kinsale 


Kinure 


508 


377 


5 


L 


Kinsale 


Kinsale 


Knockavilly 


97*> 


799 


59 





Innishannon 


Brinny 


Knockmourne... 


147^ 


1247 


37 





Conna 


Knockmourne 


Knocktemple ... 


833 


720 


9 





Freemount 


Kilbolane 


Lackeen 


3 


18 


8 





Liscarroll 


Ballyclorgh 


Leigh money .. 


360 


295 


16 





Inni-.hannon 


Innishannon 


Leitrim, pt. ... 


1048 


887 





5 


KiKvorth 


Kilworth 


Liscanoll 


1041 


879 


19 





Liscarroll 


Ballyclougb 


Liscleary 


768 


619 


46 





Douglas 


Killanully 


Lisgoold 


476 


412 







Lisgoold 


Dunguurney 


Lis'.ee 


2901 


2423 


172 





Timoleague 


Lislee 


Lismore & Mo- 














collop, pt. . 


347 


300 


i 









Litter 


923 


746 


48 


6 


Fermoy 


Fermoy 


Little Island .. 


851 




18 


13 


Glounthane 


Rathcooney 


Macloneigh * .. 
Macroney 


893 
1357 


1150 


13 
4 


2 3 


Kilmichael 
Kilworth 


Inchigeela 
Kilworth 



PARISHES AND BENEFICES. 



Parish. 


Pop. 


R. C.P. E 


Othr 


Roman Catholic Benefice. 


Prot. Episcopalian Benefice 


Macroom 


49S 2 


4152 17 


I 


Macroom 


. Macroom 


Magourney 


1395 


1127 89 





Coach ford 


Mngourney 


Mallow 


5S8c 


4593 5'. 


II 


Mallow 


Mallow 


Marmullane .. 


1397 


1046 17 


2 


Passage West 


Marmullane 


Marshalbtawn.. 


1651 


1424! 2 





Mitchelstown 


Brigown 


Mitehy 


193' 


i6U 


74 





Inniscarra 


M agourney 


Midleton 


5323 


436C 


20 


26 


Midleton 


Midleton 


Mogeely 


M3' 


1 202 


64 


I 


Imogeela 


Castlemartyr 


Mogeely 


II2I 


917 


64 


t 


Gonna 


Knockmourne 


Mogeesha 


1332 


I 12" 


25 


( 


Carrigtohill 


Carrigtohill 


Monanimy 


'375 


io6fc 


17 


; 


Killavullen 


Castletownroche 


Monkstown 


21381 54 


285 


121 


Monkstown 


Monkstown 


Mourneabbcy ... 


1860)154. 


92 





Mourneabbey 


Mourneabbey 


Movkkty 


1468 


'237 


3'. 





Kilmurry 


Moviddy 


Murragh 


1537 


HOC 


'7 f , 


23 


Murragh 


M urragh 


Myross 


1894 


I4?0 


7 


7' 


Casilehaven 


Kiimacabea 


Nohaval 


1613 


49 


3c 




Traelon 


Nohoval 


Nohavaldaly pt. 


1949 


'637 







Bolierbue 


Dromtarriff 


Rahan 


14381196 


42 


- 


Mourneabbey, Mallow 


Mallow 


Raihbarry 


153811217 


105 


c 


Ardlield 


\aihbarry 


Raihclarin 


I36S 


1115 


100 





Kilbrittain 


\athclarin 


Rallicooney ... 


2980 


'592 


181 


8 


Upper Glanmire 


\athcooney 


Railicormac ... 


2210 


1843 


117 





Rathcormac 


\athcormac 


Raihgoggan ... 


2902 


2530 


81 


| 


Charleville 


iathgoggan 


Rmgcurran 


3082 


200^ 


587 


112 


Kinsale 


\ingcurran 


Ringrone 


2619 


2171 


106 





Courceys 


Templetrine 


Roskeen 


3'7 


275 


6 





Castlemngner 


Casllemagner 


Ross 


4256 


33*2 


260 


16 


Rosscarbery 


Rosscarbery 


Rostellan 


44 8 


370 


15 


c 


Aghada 


Aghada 


St.AnnShandon 


"1284 


1018 


5' 


2' 


North Parish 


St. Ann Shandon 


St. Kinbar's ... 


* 1 13615292 


878 


156 


St. Finbar's, Blackrock, St. Finbars's, Blackrock 


St.MaryShandn 


*574 


1264 


193 


21 


North Parish [Ovens St MaryShandon 


St Michael's ... 


335 


276 


4 





Upper Glanmire 


Ardnageehy 


St. Natlash ... 


362 


300 


n 





Kiidorrery 


Farahy 


St. Nicholas ... 


'2785 


2877 


514 


45 


South Parish 


St. Nicholas 


Shandrum 


2620 


2251 


16 




Shandrum 


Kilbolane 


Skull 


882316164 


1074 


'5' 


East and West Schull... 


Schull 


Subulter 


13' 


Hi 


5 




Hallyclough 


Ballyclough 


Templebodan... 


750 


640 


7 





Lisgoold 


Dungourney 


Templebreedy .. 


I7'3 


1030 


402 


86 


Garrigaline 


Templebreedy 


Templebryan ... 


299 


227 


'4 


18 


Clpnakilty 


Kilgarriff 


Templemartin .. 


IIOO 


828 


Si 


43 


Enniskean 


Murragh 


Templemichael. 


392 


320 


21 




Ballinhassig 


Innishannon 


Templemolaga.. 


1017 


896 







Kiidorrery 


Doneraile 


Templenacarriga 


616 


536 


17 





Lisgoold 


Dungourney 


Templeomalus.. 


75i 


646 


'3 





Glonakilty 


KilgarrifF 


Templequinlan . 


653 


506 


39 





Clonakilty 


Kilgarriflf 


Templeroan ... 


841 


696 


30 


6 


Doneraile 


Doneraile 


Templerobin ... 


11804 


8553 


1324 


721 


Queenstown 


Clonmel 


Templetrine ... 


764 


590 


55 


14 


Gaurceys 


Templetrine 


Templeusque ... 


768 


649 


18 




Upper Glanmb;e 


Killaspugmullane 


Timoleague ... 


919 


742 


55 





Timoleague 


Timoleague 


Tisaxon 


2 55 


220 


4 





Kinsale 


Kinsale 


Titeskin 


248 


2O I 


13 





Aghada 


Aghada 


Trabolgan 


301 


223 


39 





Aghada 


Corkbeg 


Tracton 


1370 


1156 


29 





Tracton 


Nohoval 


Tullagli 


1699 


13/6 115 


5 


Skibbereen and Rath ... 


Tullagh 


Tullylease 


1368 


1166 


'3 




Freemount 


Kilbolane 


\Vallstown 


412 


34' 


15 


_ 


Killavullen 


Castletownroch 


\Vhitechurch ... 


1887 


1589 


47 





Blarney 


Ardnageehy 


Voughal 


74865964' 608 


134 


Youghal 


Youghal 


* Without City tot portions of Parishes in City of Cork, see special table in ttatistic* of city. 






n6 



ECCLESIASTICAL DIRECTORY. 



PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 



Cork 



Bandon 



Cork 



Rev Wm. Magill, Trinity Pros. 
Rev Mathew Kerr. Scots' Ch. 
Rev William Whitelegge, M.A. 

(Synod of Munster) 
Rev Robert Steele Coffey 



Clonakilty Rev Robert Cowan 
Kermoy ... Rev Joseph Donaldson 
Mallow ... Rev John Baird 
Queenstown Rev W Simpson 
Spike Isld. Rev W J Kertland, LL.D, chap. 



THE METHODIST CHURCH. 



Rev W. C Price 

Rev E. Harte 
Allihies ... Rev W R Carson 
Bandon ... Rev Thomas Moran 
Clonakilty Rev William' B Monahan 

Rev Hugh Moore 
Dunmanw'y Rev J Oliver Parks 



Fermoy ... Rev John Barnes 
Kinsale ... Rev Wm. R. Starkey 
Queenstown Rev E W Banks 
Passage \vt. Rev Robert Black 
Skibbereen Kev James Sayers 

Rev Warren Henry 
YouRhal... Rev. B. Weir 



Cork 
Bandon 



PRIMITIVE METHODIST. 

Rev James Wherry | Kinsale... Rev Wm. R. Ludlow 



Rev William Craig 



Mallow ... Rev Robert Kingiborough 



INDEPENDENT. Cork, Rev William Fox 
BAPTIST. -Cork, Rev J. S. Skeily 



CONSTABULARY DIRECTORY. 



EAST RIDING. 
John S. Macleod 
William R. Starkie 
Thomas Dennehy 



Cork 

Midleton 

Mallow ... Capt. Robert Carr Coote 



RESIDENT MAGISTRATES. 

Mitchelstown Richard John Eaton 



WEST RIDING. 

Bandon ... George R. Cronin 
Bantry ... Charles O'Connell 



Constabulary Force in County and City, July ist, 1874. 

East Riding. West Riding. Cork City. TOTAL. 

Quota allowed ... 454 ... 291 ... 150 ... 845. 
Strength of Force ... 414 ... 248 ... 146 ... 808 

The figures after the head-quarters of Sub-Inspectors' Districts, shew their distance in miles from the 
head-quarters of the Riding ; those after the Stations, the distance from the head-quarters of District. 

CITY OF CORK. 

County Inspector E. R. and City of Cork 
Thomas R. Barry 

South District. 
S. Insp. Richard Robt. Fulton 
H. Constable Anthy Rarisome, Union qy 

,, James Carson, Caroline st. 

,, Thos. Maher, Cornmarket st. 
Tuclcey street Caroline street, \ 

Union quay, f Cornmai ket street, 

Buckingham pi, \ Gt. George's st, 
Capwell, I 

North District. 
S. Insp. Bernard Potter 
H. Constable John Walsh, Patrick's hill 
St. Patrick's hill Silverspring, i 
Blackpool, \ St. Luke's, | 

Carrignavar, 7 Sunday's well, 2 

Shandon, \ Whitechurch, 7 



EAST RIDINO. 
HEAD QUARTERS Cork. 

Ballincollig, 6 
S. Insp. John Mullarkey 
H. Constable James .UcCarry 



Bannowbridge, 3 
Blarney, 6 
Donoughmore, 12 
Dripsey, 6 



Farran, 5 
Farnanes Cross, 9 
Inniscarra, 4 
Leemount, 4 



Charleville, 37 

8. Insp. Bellingham Arthur Somerville 
H. Constable Patrick Keawell, Buttevant 

,, John Cannon, Charleville 
Buttevant, 9^ Liscarroll, ro 

Churchtown, ^ Milford, 9 

Freemount, 14^ 



CONSTABULARY DIRECTORY. 



Fermoy, 22 

S. Insp. Thomas Fleming 
H. Constable Patrick Hoare 
Aghern, 7 Curryglass, n 

Ballyhooly, 5 Glenville, II 

Carey; s.'iile, 3^ Kilworth, 3$ 

Castlelyor.s, 4 Rathcormac, 4 

Currabaha, 6 Watergrasshill, IO 

Kanturk, 33 

S. Insp. Edward O'Reilly 
H. Constable Timothy Dunne 
Ballyclough, 7 Kilbrin, 4 

Banteer, 3^ Newmarket, 5 

Boherbue, 8 Rathcoole, 7 

.*-____ Kinsale, 19 
S. Insp. James Hojel 
H. Constable Richard Swindell 

Ballinhassig, icj Mullough, 5$ 

Ballyfeard, 7$ 

Mallow, 21 

S. Insp. Samuel Richard Carter 
H. Constable Michael C. Sparling 
Ballydahan, Doneraile, 6J 

Ballyknockane, 6\ Glantane, 6| 
Ballymagooly, 3 " Killavullen, 6J 
Castletownroche, 8 Shanballymore, 9$ 

Midleton, 13 

S. Insp. Augustus Rudge 
H. Constable William Burns 
Ballinacurra, 2 Carrigtohill, 4 

Ballincurrig, 6 Cloyne, 4 

Ballycotton, II Whitegate, II 

Mitchelstown, 32 
S. Insp. P. Crampton Crenghe 
H. Constable Joseph Crowe 
Araglen, II Kildorrery, 7 

Glan.worth, 7j Kilbehenny, 4 

Passage West, 7 
S. Insp. John Harcourt 
H. Constable John Cunneen 

Blackrock, 7 Monkstown, 2 

Carrigaline. 7 Toher, 9 

Crosshaven, 12^ Victoria Cross, 8J 

Douglas, 5 

Queenstown, 13 

S. Insp. George Dowers Mercer 

H. Constable Michael Shea 
Glanmire, 12 Riverstown, 12 

Knockraha, 13 Spike island, i 

Glounthane, 9 

Youghal, 29 

S. Insp. Xaverius Henry Blake Butler 
H. Constable Dominick Barry 
Castlemartyr, 10 Newtown, 14 
Killeagh, 7 Redforge, 4* 



WEST RIDING. 

Co. Insptr, \V. R. James Robt. Gibbons 

HFAD QUARTERS Bandon. 

Bandon. 

S. Insp. Thomas Rodwell 

H. Constable John Jones 
Ballinspittle, 10 Mountpleasant, 5 
Innishannon, 3 Upton, 5 

Kilbrittain, 6 

Bantry, 40 

S. Insp. Andrew Monds Harper 

H. Constable John Ledden 
Aughaville, 8 Kealkil, 7 

Durrus, 6 Kilcrohane, 17 

GlengarrifT, 12 

Castletownbere, 74 

S. Insp. Saml. Abrahm Walker Waters 
H. Constable Richard Hungerford 

Adrigole, 10 Eyeries, or Iries, 5 

Allihies Mines, 10^ 

Cionakilty, 13 

S. Insp. James Cunningham Mills 
H. Constable Ebenezo Ferns 
Butlerstown, 8 Milltown, 5 

Common Mountn, 5 Rosscarbeiy, 8 
Courtmacsherry, 9 Timoleague, 6 

Dunmanway, 18 

S. Insp. James O'Donel 

H. Constable William Follis 



Ballineen, 7 
Ballygurteen, 6 
Drinagh, 6 



Drimoleague, 9 
Kinneigh, 8 



Macroom, 18 

S. Insp. Timothy Bunting Wilson 
H. Constable Richard Bingham 
liallyvourney, II Millstreet, 13 
Carrigadrohicl, 5 Rusheen, 4 
Inchigeela, 10 Teerelton, 9 

Kilmurry, 7 

Skibbereen, 34 

S. Insp. Charles Edw. Bolton Mayne 
H. Constable Patrick Hopkins 
Baltimore, 9 Leap, 7 

Castletownsend, 6 Unionhall, 7 
Glandore, 9 

Skull, 49 

S. Insp. John Colles Carter 
H. Constable Thomas Cochrane 
Ballydehob, 5 Dunmanus, 6 

Crookhaven, 15 Goleen, 10 



POOR .LAW UNIONS, 

(OR SUPERINTENDENT REGISTRARS* DISTRICTS.) 



Poor Law Unions wholly within the county Bandon, Bantry, Castletown, Clonakilty, 
Cork, Dunmanway, Fermoy, Kinsale, Macrouin, Mallow, Midleton, Millstreet, Skibbereen, 
and Schull ; partly within the county Kanturk, Kilmallock, and Mitchelstown (the 
remainders of which three unions are in the Co. Limerick), and Lismore and Youghal (the 
remainders of which are in the Co. Waterford). 

Under Acts 26 & 27 Vic., caps II and 90 (1863) the Clerks of the Poor Law Unions 
are appointed Superintendent Registrars of Births, Deaths and Marriages. 

Guardians of the Poor are elected for each Union on the 25th of March in each year, 
and those previously in office, not re-elected, retire from office. Those elected for 1875-6, 
together with the Ex-Officio Guardians, Sanitary and Medical Officers, and other Poor 
Law Officials, will be found in the latter part of this work. 



UNIONS. 


Board Day. 


Clerk, or Superiutendr.t 
Registrar. 


Area. 


Pop. 

1871. 


No. of > Valua- 
Hous's tion. 




Wednesdays. 
Wednesdays. 
Thursdays ... 
Fridays 
Thursdays ... 
Tuesdays . . . 
Wednesdays. 
Thursdays ... 
Thursdays . . . 
Thursdays ... 
Wednesdays. 
Saturdays ... 
Fridays 
Saturdays . 
Thursdays . . . 
2nd Tuesday. 
Thursdays . . . 
Tuesdays ... 
Fridays 


S. R. Tresilian 
Richard Croly 
T. R. Harrington 
John Carey Spillet 
Patrick M''Grath 
Peter O'Sullivan 
J. W. Healy 
John Sullivan 
Richard Quigly 
M. Hegarty 
Maurice Healy 
Thomas T. Herley 
John Hanley 
William Roche 
James B. Cronin 
R. Fitzgibbon 
Charles Clarke 
John Evans 
John H. Ronayne 


A. B. F. 

101344 3 15 
106354 3 12 
73602 o 7 
80464 3 9 
169731 3 14 
103917 o 24 
148268 o 26 
185684 3 28 
14591 o 8 
78651 r 19 
92 o 24 
179108 o 38 
1.54357 3 10 

109265 2 28 
74005 2 10 

48405 3 i 

II5023 2 23 

57169 o 33 

36638 3 22 


25739 
16330 
14326 

26849 

143379 
17666 

32783 

32055 
4424 

24594 

7 

30544 
31112 
30404 
14592 
12831 

31385 

13139 
14317 


4627 
2782 
2460 

497' 
20183 

3005 
5650 
5839 
815 
4111 
I 

5434 
5.S42 
5919 
2479 
2290 
5576 
2407 

2673 



72926 

21533 

15973 
50794 
327486 

33040 
103183 

76544 
136711 
59I2I 
49929 
63092 
105790 
93949 
27349 
49096 

45619 
14789 
60797 


Bantry 


Castletown... 


Clonakilty 


Coik 


Dunmanway 
Fermoy 


Kanturk, pt. M... 
Kiimallock, pt. fJ 
Kinsale 


Lismore pt. fJ ... 
Macroom 


Mallow 


Midleton 


Millstreet 
Mitchelstown,p (<*) 
Skibbereen. 1 
Schull 


Youghal, pt. (a)... 



(a) The Area and Population given is that within Co. Cork ; the Valuation is that of the entire Union. 

ELECTORAL DIVISIONS. 

THE AREA POPULATION, HOUSES, AND FARMSTEADINGS IN 1871, RATES STRUCK 
IN 1871, 1872, 1173, AND 1874. 

BANDON UNION. 



ELECTORAL DIVISIONS. 


Area in Statute 
Acres. 


Population 
1871. 


Houses 


r arm- 
stead- 
ings. 


Poundage Rates struck 1871-4 


1871 | 1872 


1873 


1874 




A. B. P. 

4261 o 6 
4503 3 5 
7077 3 37 
3679 2 17 
3158 i 35 
4027 3 8 

5246 2 20 

5224 o 19 
3749 2 25 
4907 o 23 
4915 2 39 

3385 2 


688 
734 
5403 
911 
416 
728 
1108 
967 
667 
1312 
1017 
736 


132 
127 

86 1 

125 

80 

"5 

204 
187 
123 
265 
187 
149 


197 
'53 
877 
194 

43 

172 

332 
235 
245 
30S 
190 
163 


Julie 
S. d. 
8 

o 6 

I 
I 2 

o 9 
o 9 
o 9 
o 6 
o 8 

I 

o 6 

10 


June 
S. d. 
I O 

o 7 
i 8 

I 
I 
O 10 
I 

o 8 

O IO 

i 6 
o. 7 
o 9 


June 
s. d. 

I 4 
o 8 
i 6 

O IO 
O IO 
I 

I I 

o 8 
o 7 

* 4 
o 8 
10 


Juue 
J. d. 

o 5 
o 7 

i 5 
i 7 
o 9 

II 
I 

o 7 
o 8 

I 2 

o 7 
9 


Ballygroman ......... 


Ballymodan . 


Ballymurphy 


Baurleigh 


Bengour 








Innishannon 


Kilbonane 


Kilbrittain ., 





POOR LAW UNIONS. 



119 



BANDON UNION. continued. 



ELECTORAL DIVISIONS. 


Area in Statute 

Acres. 


Population 
1871. 


Houses 


I 1 arm- 
stead- 
ings. 


Poundage Hates struck 1871*4 


1871 [ 1872 | 1873 


1874 

June 
S. /. 

i 3 
o 9 
o 7 
o 8 

O II 
I 2 
I I 
I 2 


Kilbro r an 


A. R. P. 

8841 i 6 
3661 3 i 
4859 i 25 
7662 3 i 6 
4610 o 6 
5289 o i 
4768 i ii 
7<5i ? o *? 


3656 

495 
706 

1833 

833 

1183 

1214 

IIOO 


6 7 I 

94 
141 

329 
155 
224 

233 
211; 


667 
140 
249 
432 
206 

259 

2 7 8 
201 


June 
S. d. 

o 9 

10 

o 8 
o 6 
o 8 
o 9 

I 2 
O II 


June 
S. it. 
I O 

o 9 
o 7 
o 9 
o 8 
o 8 
o 7 

I 2 


June 
*. d. 

I 

o 8 
o 8 

O 10 
O IO 
O IO 

i 4 
i i 


Knockavilly 


Knockroe 


Movidcly 


Murragh 


Rathclarin 


Teadies 


TemDlemartin ... 



Ahil 

Bantry 

Douce , 

Durrus, East. 
Durrus West 
Glanlough.... 
Glengarriff ... 

Kealkill 

Kilcaskan .... 

Mealagh 

Scart 

Seefin 

Sheepshead . 
Whiddy 



Adrigole 

Bere 

Coulagh 

Curryglass 

Kilcatherine ... 
Killaconenagh 
Kilnamanagh . 



Abbeymahon 

Ardfield 

Argideen 

Butlerstown 

Cahermore 

Castleventry 

Clonakilty 

Coolcraheen 

Courtmacsherry 

Kilkerranmore 

Kilmalooda east 

Kilmalooda west ..,,., 
Kilmoyleraiie ...,.\..\ 
Kilnagross .............. 

Knocks 

Rathbarry 

Rosscarbery 

Rossmore 

Templeomalus 

Timoleaguo ,. 



BANTRY UNION. 



13976 

10462 

9208 

4156 

5202 

377 
11098 

7491 

16541 

7165 

575 
5001 
6008 

IO2O 



o 30 

3 35 

38 

3 25 
2 34 

1 23 

2 37 

2 31 



651 
4639 

73* 
683 

1156 
74 8 

1396 
921 

1481 
86S 
794 
59 
987 
409 



776 

122 
114 

195 
129 
249 



126 

'SI 

182 

77 





August 


August 


Sept. , Sept. 




s. d. 


d. 


s. d. \ s. d. 


156 


I I 


3 


I 6 


2 3 


7oi 


I 10 


o 


2 


2 2 


2/4 


10 


10 


I 


I or 


132 


I 


2 


10 


I I 


I8 7 


I 


O 


2 


2 3 


135 


II 


O 


9 


2 6 


284 


II 


I 


5 


i 9 


219 


I 


i 6 


9 


i 7 


382 


I 2 


l 7 


2 2 


23 


204 


o 9 


10 


3 


I 


158 


o 9 


I O 


6 


1 9 


226 


II 


I O 


3 


i 9 


175 


i 5 


10 


6 


I 10 


5 


I O 


I O 





I 



CASTLETOWN UNION. 



15385 i o 

438i i 7 

10097 o 10 

9158 3 33 

14951 i 18 

10697 3 24 

8773 2 i 



1782 
1125 
3336 
1235 
2747 
2535 
1566 



347 
198 

557 

221 
488 
396 
253 



323 
223 

438 

287 

447 
427 
292 



CLONAKILTY UNION. 



4481 

4019 
4271 
4786 



. p. 

2 36 
I 23 

I 4 
I 26 



3 7 

O 2 

2 24 

39 

1 25 

2 5 

1 25 

2 13 
2 32 

2 32 

o 39 

3 28 
4348 , o 38 

2873 J x 25 



7H5 
4172 

2275 
3539 
3363 
2895 
3472 
3945 
3167 
4058 
6724 



1630 

920 
1568 
1014 

603 
5084 
1039 

907 
670 

395 
671 
928 

549 
1429 
2888 

783 

1762 

919 



301 
308 
1 60 
291 
171 
in 

979 
179 

285 
159 
in 

119 
173 

87 
245 
565 
134 
341 
181 



274 
425 
3" 
293 
255 
179 

954 

285 

315 

288 
162 

p 79 

245 
198 
246 
450 
272 

120 



AugustiAugnst 


August 


June 


s. d. d. 


J. ^. 


s. d. 


I 8 


* 9 


2 2 


2 9 


2 


i 8 


* 4 


2 6 


2 


i 8 


I 10 


3 o 


I 6 


I 2 


I 6 


2 


2 


2 3 


2 6 


2 9 


2 6 


2 4 


2 5 


2 9 


2 O 


I 6 


I 8 


2 9 


Sept. 


Sept. 


Sept. 


Sept. 


*. /. 


J. /. 


s, d. 


. d. 


I 


o 7 


o 


I 


I 


i 4 


5 


6 


i 3 


o 9 


i 


2 


o 6 


o 9 


o 


I 


o 9 


0-9 


2 


IS; 


o 9 


II 


2 


6 


I 2 


i< 5 


; O 


2^4; 


o 9 


i 3 


i 5 


2 oi 


II 


I 


i 


I * 2 


o 8 


i i 


o 


O IO 


o 8 


I , 2 


o 8 


0-7 


o 7 


o 7 


I 


10 


O Q 


Q 8 


10 


o 9 


d * 


o n 


O IO 


l\ \ 


o 8 


o 8 


10 


0*10 , 


i 3 


O IO 


i 3 


1.3; 


i 9 


2 


2 


2 4 


I 4 


o 8 


I O 


I I 


1 t 


* '5 


i 5 


'?$;- 


o 8 


o 7 


10 


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POOR LAW UNIONS. 
DUNMANWAY UNION. 



121 



ELECTORAL DIVISIONS. 


Area in Statute 
Acres. 


Population 
1871. 


Houses 


Farm- 
stead- 
ings. 


Poundage Kates struck 1871-4 


1871 


1872 


1873 1874 


Aultagh 


\ a. P. 
6025 2 34 
5888 o i 8 
5727 i 24 
10517 o 6 
7025 3 o 
7362 o 20 
4719 i 37 
8955 2 23 

3665 2 25 
10308 12 

9709 o 24 
5725 o 24 
6132 i 6 
5199 2 38 

695S 3 13 
FER 

A. R. P. 
3828 I 26 

5252 3 13 
8530 i 34 
4435 i ii 
3577 o 37 
4921 i 16 
5664 2 14 
5982 3 37 
7853 2 i 
5775 2 2 
55 I0 2 34 
53 6 9 o 4 
4861 i 30 
5229 o 24 
7333 3 36 

6280 3 22 
5852 I 26 

10431 o 30 
558i 2 35 
8367 3 5 
8642 i 20 
4247 i 19 
7103 3 o 

7634 20 

KAN1 

A. B. P. 

6124 3 2 
3996 3 15 
5389 3 13 
9201 2 3 
4215 I 24 
5728 3 15 
5506 o 14 
4398 i o 
4667 o 19 
10255 3 2 

726l 21 
3441 2 9 

4735 o 9 

5034 2 3 a 


971 
^ 1392 
1539 
502 

744 
1123 

937 
H5i 

691 

3819 
726 
1109 
1158 

530 
1274 

MOY U 

642 
974 
1358 
437 
554 
806 
1126 
1667 
1276 
849 
8297 
984 

H34 
904 

IOOI 

778 
972 
1107 

1021 
1777 

1757 
678 

H74 
, 909 

rURK I 

1051 
671 
1108 
1309 
628 
995 
1432 
783 
623 
991 
543 
494 
1072 
1090 


145 
247 
263 
78 
121 

1 88 
163 
1 86 
117 
697 
119 
178 
182 
89 
232 

NION. 

1 20 

187 
250 
74 
95 
152 
235 
338 
246 
189 
989 
281 
162 
167 

183 
150 
163 
198 
171 
380 
334 
131 
279 
176 

JNION 

188 
119 
213 

212 

116 

183 
253 
144 
103 
146 

94 

100 
2IO 

'93 


2O2 
361 
413 
102 
179 
184 

233 
262 
191 
400 
149 
280 
283 
H3 

216 

141 
189 
313 

61 

154 

112 

193 
342 

345 
235 
335 
3H 
383 
269 

303 
215 
204 

215 

255 
473 
509 
195 
238 

257 

152 
164 
150 
196 
85 
153 
183 

IS 1 

176 

I2O 
70 

87 
I 4 9 

137 


Sept. 
s. d. 


Sept. 
S. d. 


Sept. August 

s. d. s. d. 


o 8 
o 9 
o 9 
o 8 
o 9 

I O 

o 8 
o 9 
i 6 

i 8 
o 9 
o 8 

i 3 
o 10 
o 8 

Sept. 
S. d. 

o 6 
o 7 
o 6 
o 6 
o 6 
o '8 
o 7 
i i 
o 7 
o 6 

I 2 

o 6 

IO 

o 6 

I 
o 6 

o 7 
o 6 
o 7 
i i 

o 7 
o 6 
on 

o 81 

Sept. 
s. d. 


I 2 
II 
O II 
IO 
IO 
I 
I 
I 2 

o 6 

i 8 

i 3 
i i 

10 
I 2 
11 

Sept. 
s. d. 
o 7 
o 7 
o 6 

IO 

o 6 
o 10 

Q IO 

i 3 
o 8 
o 6 

i 3 
o 6 

I O 

o 9 
o 9 

o 7 

O IO 

o 9 
o 8 

2 O 
O IO 
08 
I I 
II 

Sept. 
f. d. 


O IO 
2 

6 



i 

7 

2 

3 
i 

4 
8 

9 
8 

4 
i 8 

Sept. 
s. d. 
o 9 
o 9 
o 7 

I 2 
O IO 

I 

i 4 
i 8 
o 9 
o 8 

i 3 
o 7 

I 2 
O 10 

o 8 
o 7 

I 

o 9 

O II 

i 5 

IO 

o 9 

Oil 
I 2 

Sept. 
s. d. 


' I I 
2 2 

i 3 

II 

i i 

2 3 

o 9 
i ii 

I 2 

3 o 

II 

i 8 

i 2 ' 
9 

i 4 

Sept. 
s. d. 

o 7 

I O 

o 8 

O IO 
II 

I I 
I I 

i 8 

o 9 

I 
i 6 

o 8 

i 5 
o 9 
o 8 
o 8 

II 

o 9 
i i 

i 3 

O IO 

o 7 

O IO 

i 3 

Sept 
s. d. 


Ballingurteen 


Ballymoney 


Beala.nageary 


Bealock 


Carrigboy 


Castletown 


Coolmountain 


Drinagh 


Dunmanway 


Garrowen 


Kinneigh 


Manch 


Milane 


Teerelton 


Agherh 


Ballyhooly 


Ballynoe 


Carrig . 


Castlecooke : : . 
Castlehyde ....:: 


Castlelyons r: 


Castletownroche 
Coole 


Curraglass 




Glan worth east 


Glan worth west 
Gortnaskehy 
Gortroe 


Kilcor 


Kilcummer 


Kildinan 


Killathy ... , 


Kilworth 


Knockmourne 


Leitrim . ., 


Rathcormac 


Watergrasshill 


Allow 


i 9 

i ii. 

I 4 
i 6 
i 9 

I 10 

2 3 

I 2 
I 
I 10 
O II 
O II 
I 10 
I 2 


i 5 

2 4 

i 4 
i 8 

2 7 
I 10 
2 4 
I 2 
I 2 
I 6 
II 
I I 

2 4 
I 6 


2 I 
2 7 

I 6 
2 9 

2 8 

2 7 
3 5 
i 3 

I 

2 5 
2 2 

i 5 
3 5 

2 


2 O 
2 2 

I 5 
2 
2 O 
2 4 

2 5 

1 3 
i 8 

10 

2 1 
i 6 

2 6 

4 


Ballyhoolohan 


Banteer . ... 


Barleyhill 


Barnacurra ". 


Barwncross' : 


Boherboy ...'.'.,....... 


Castlecor . . , 


Castlemagner 


Clonfert east 


Clonfert west 











II* 



POOR LAW UNIONS. 
KANTURK UNION. -continued. 



ELECTORAL DIVISIONS. 


Area in Statute 
Acres. 


PoP^House, 


1-arm- 
stead- 
ings. 


Pounda 
1871 


gc Ra 

1872 
SepF 
s. d. 
2 I 
I 2 
2 5 

4 5 
i i 

2 I 

I 4 

II 

u 
ii 

4 
o 8 

2 6 

3 

i 

7 
i 
3 io 
I 4 


es struc 

1873 


lcTs;i-4 

1874 
Sept." 
J. </. 
2 
2 6 
2 3 

4 o 
i 4 
4 3 
i ii 

I 

i 4 
2 3 

I 

o 6 

2 8 

i 8 
i 6 

2 4 

I 2 
2 IO 
I 7 


Glenlara 


A. . P. 

7371 I 30 

1684 o 38 

5004 2 22 
5167 2 14 
4530 I 7 

5215 o 29 
5069 o 38 

IO249 2 22 

533 3 29 
6826 o 4 
5606 i 34 
4353 3 4 
6952 3 3 

6298 2 22 
4674 I 23 

3803 3 " 
7151 2 6 
4508 3 i 8 
5955 2 19 


1215 
34 
1235 
2744 
663 
929 
690 
956 
961 
1588 
1160 
328 
1840 
1163 
790 
880 
535 

974 


213 
67 
242 

423 
124 

58 
114 
161 
182 

278 

221 
61 
376 
214 
156 
165 
8 4 
162 
167 


I8 7 " 
62 
1 60 
269 

132 

102 

108 

119 

144 
172 

213 

73 
274 
161 
213 
156 

102 
146 

134 


Sept. 
s. d. 
i 8 

J 

2 4 

3 2 
o 
II 
II 
I 

IO 

4 
5 
3 
8 

2 

6 

8 
5 
3 
4 


Sept. 
S. d. 

3 o 
' 9 
3 8 
4 7 
i 7 
3 7 
2 4 

2 I 

3 o 
2 7 
2 3 
2 5 
3 2 

* 5 
I 6 

3 4 

2 I 

3 4 
I 9 


Gortmore 




Kanturk 




Kilmeen 


Kingwilliamstown ... 
Knockatoon 


Ivnocktemple 




Milford 


Nadd 


Newmarket 




Roskeen 


Rosnalee 


Rowls 




TulIUease ... 



KILMALLOCK UNION, (pt. of) 



Charleville, (pt. of)-.. 


A. K. P. 

. 4644 3 23 
4806 o 24 
5140 o i 

KIN 

A. a. p. 
3489 3 23 
346i 3 25 
3262 3 33 
2776 3 12 
6523 2 37 
3733 2 13 
4681 3 39 
2678 2 7 
3921 3 2 
4093 i 9 
3156 i 18 
12511 i 37 
2526 2 37 

2546 I 2 

4873 025 

5043 22 
Mil O II 

3144 2 29 

5036 3 38 

LISMO 
A. m. p. 
50 o 38 
41 3 26 

MAC 

A. . P. 

6319 3 9 
4808 3 20 

8367 2 14 
3900 6 


3106 
608 

710 
SALE U 

835 
502 
808 
874 
897 
. 857 
1014 

38i 
940 
580 
611 
10338 
593 
402 
659 
1030 
502 
1786 
985 

RE UNK 
7 


S87 
in 
117 

NION 

57 
87 
149 

'83 
162 
160 

187 
81 
186 
132 
109 
1350 
123 
' 82 
140 
209 
105 
335 
165 

3N, (p 
i 


383 
185 

55 

226 

97 
148 
200 
272 
174 
273 

'2 3 
164 

220 
145 
631 

179 
n 
198 
193 
138 
80 
191 

t. of) 
4 


... 


... 


... 


... 












Eallinspittle 


August 
s. d. 

I 

o 8 
o 8 
o 9 
o 6 

S 
o 7 

I 

5 

o 8 
o 6 

I 

o 6 
o 9 
o 7 

O IO 

o 6 
o 6 
o 6 


August 
s. d. 

I 

o 8 

o 5 
o 9 
o 6 

o 5 
o 6 

10 

o 6 
o 4 
o 5 

I 

o 5 
o 6 
o 7 
o 8 

o 5 
o 6 
o 6 


August 
s. d. 

i 3 

10 
I 2 

o 9 
o 9 

O IO 

o 9 
o 9 

\ 
O 10 
O IO 

i 6 

O IO 
II 
10 

o 8 
o 9 

o 9 
o 9 


August 
s. d. 
I 2 

o 8 
o 6 
o 6 
o 4 
o 6 
o 6 
o 4 
o 4 
o 6 
o 8 

I 2 

o 5 
o 8 
o 6 
o 4 
o 4 

O 10 

o 6 




Ballyfoyle 


Ballvmackean 


Ballymartle 


Carrigalioe 


Coolmain ... .... 


Cullen 


Farrenbrien 


Kilmonogue 




Kinsale 


Kinure 




Leighmoncy 


Liscleary 


Nohaval 


Templebreedy 


Templemichael 

Castlerichard, (pt.)... 
Tallow, (pt.) 


. 








Aglish 


ROOM I 

1119 
887 
921 
624 


JNION 

20 1 
1 60 
149 
108 


182 
2IO 
157 
109 


Sept. 
J. d. 
o 8 
o 8 
o 9 
9 


Sept. 
s. d. 
I O 
O II 
II 
10 


Sept. 
j. d. 
O II 

o 8 

I 5 
I I 


Sept 
s. d. 
I O 

o 9 
i 3 
I 3 


A^hinagh 







POOR LAW UNIONS. 

MACROOM UNION. continued. 



ELECTORAL DIVISIONS. 


Area in Statute 
Acres. 


Population 
1871. 


Houses 


Farm- 
stead- 
ings. 


Poundage Kates struck 1871-4 


1871 


1872 


1873 


1874 


Cannaway 


A. R. P. 

5622 o 23 

6867 2 29 
II377 I 38 
3965 2 26 

4642 3 8 

9973 3 13 
8782 o 6 
4227 2 18 
6325 o 24 
12710 o 27 
8515 o 23 
6796 2 37 
3808 i 8 
6482 o 31 
53" o 36 
39o8 3 15 
8780 i 10 
11605 3 27 
11683 2 39 
7760 i 3 
6564 2 28 

MAL 

A. R. P. 

6557 i 5 
10055 o 31 

8541 2 21 

3972 i 7 

3063 2 2 
9816 I 2O 
5039 I II 

6091 o 23 
5922 3 7 
5840 i 28 
27594 3 33 
4699 3 3 
9716 o 23 
8831 o 12 
8596 o 34 
5424 o 6 
5827 i 27 
45i7- o 33 
4506 3 o 
V)Si i 7 


1126 

509 
1783 
922 

587 
1069 
1620 
636 

"37 
1400 
1208 
1282 
893 
4356 
iji9 
602 
1036 
1691 
1125 
1306 
1386 

LOW U 

912 
1510 

2966 
57i 
393 
1508 
668 
2398 
851 
"74 
4473 
1109 

6i53 
1375 
1393 
1052 
702 
218 
57i 
w 


194 
80 

310 
I 7 8 

94 
164 
296 
no 
207 
248 
206 

220 

160 

831 
253 
"4 
183 
297 
170 
240 
261 

NION. 

162 

290 

434 
98 
81 
250 

121 

427 
159 
234 
834 
2I 4 
IIOI 
268 
233 
95 
126 

39 
95 

101 


246 
9 8 

181 

157 

IIO 

'53 
34i 
126 

93 
245 
290 
191 
132 
337 
270 

J54 
250 
278 
128 

212 

290 

259 

274 

475 
125 
125 
370 
1 80 
264 

137 
216 
1090 
141 
533 
325 
283 
172 
118 
28 
141 
118 


Sept. 
S. d. 
IO 

i 5 
I I 

IO 

o 6 
o 9 

I 2 
I I 

o 8 

I O 
O IO 

I I 

o 9. 

i 7 

10 
O IO 
I O 
O IO 
O IO 
10 
10 

Sept. 
d. 
I 
I 
6 

IO 

o 

2 
I 

5 
i 

7 

IO 

6 

9 
i 

II 
II 

o 5 

II 

i 9 
o 8 


Sept. 
. d. 

II 

4 
o 
i 
6 

2 

I 4 

O II 

I I 

i 5 
i 3 
i 3 
3 o 

I 
O IO 
I 

I I 
i 6 
i i 
o 9 

Sept. 
s. el. 
I O 

o 8 
i 6 
o 8 

I 2 

o 9 
I I 
I II 

I 2 
I I 
I I 
I I 
2 2 
I IO 
I 4 

o 9 
i 7 
o 5 
i 3 
o 6 


Sept. 
s. d. 
i 
7 
5 

O IO 

o 8 

i 
5 

2 
I 

4 
6 

4 
o 

' O 

6 
4 
2 

3 

4 

2 
O IO 

Sept. 
s. d. 
I 6 
i 8 

2 I 

i 6 

i 7 
i 6 
i u 

2 4 

i 6 

2 O 
I IO 

i 8 

2 6 

3 o 

2 I 

i 4 
i 6 

i 4 
i 4 
i 6 


Sept. 
. d. 

4 
3 
5 

10 

4 

10 

i 

3 
o 

7 
7 
4 

II 
2 6 
I 

o 9 

II 
2 2 

I 4 
2 
O IO 

Sept. 
s. d. 
o 8 
o 9 

*I 10 

i 6 

i 4 

I 2 
2 
2 O 
O 10 
I 6 
I O 

i 6 

2 8 
2 8 

2 3 
I 2 
2 4 
o 6 

2 2 
O O 


Cleanrath 


Clondrohid 


Clonmoyle 


Derryfineen 


Gortnatubrid 


Gowlane 


Greenville 


Inchigeelagh 


Kilberrihert 


Kilcuileu 


Kilnamartery 


Macloneigh 


Macroom 


Magourney 


Mashanaglass 


Mountrivers 


Rahalisk 


Slievereagh 


Ullanes 


\Varienscourt 


Ballyclo^h 


Ballinainona . . .. 


Buttevant 


Caherduggan 


Carrig 


Churchtown . . 


Clenor 


Doneraile 


Imphrick 


Kilmaclenine 


Kilshannig 


Liscarroll 


Mallow 




Rahan 


Shanballymore 








Wallstown ... 



* Including a rate of 2d., 4d., and 6d. in the respectively, under the "Sewerage Utilization Act.*' 
MIDLETON UNION. 



Ballinternple 


A. . P. 

4.076 I 


1 348 


248 


;o8 


August 
j. d. 
o 8 


June 
s. d. 
O Q 


June 
s. d. 
I 2- 


June 
s. d. 
i t 


Ballycotton 


4614 9 


1 701 


299 


36"? 


O Q 


O IO 


I "\ 


I 6 


Ballyspillane . . 


327O I 6 


4.10 


80 


112 


O IO 


O IO 


I i 


I j 


Carrigtwohill 


1 1274, 27 


2<;66 


"JO I 


ei6 


O Q 


o 8 


I O 


I O 


Castlemartyr 


15648 I 


1412 


28^ 


2Q6 


Oil 


I 3 


2 O 


2 O 


Clonmult 


3329 39 


394 


go 


'7S 


O IO 


I O 


I 2 


i 8 


Cloyne 


7464 S 


V7T 


6158 


S 1 ;? 


I 4 


I e 


2 O 


2 O 




4.SI? 1 19 


2826 


17 S 


380 


O II 


I ^ 


I 7 


I O 




3146 o 26 


458 


85 


116 


o 6 


o 8 


I O 


O IO 




5809 3 


858 


167 


259 


o 8 


I 


I 5 


2 



124 



POOR LAW UNIONS. 
MIDLETON UNION. continued. 



ELECTORAL DIVISIONS. 


Area in Statute 
Acres. 


Population 
1871. 


Houses 


Farm- 
stead- 
ings. 


Poundage Rates struck 1871-4 


1871 


1872 


1873 | 1874 


Garryvoe 


A. E. P. 

3927 3 10 

7388 2 IS 

5487 i 6 
7092 3 12 

9121 2 12 

4399 3 39 
4066 o 25 
7327 2 35 
6423 3 17 


1267 
1663 
1550 
1003 
5886 
7 l8 
1444 
1036 
680 


231 
323 
34 
175 
II3I 
144 

37 
196 
132 


333 

383 
376 
184 

634 
172 

235 
319 
139 


August 
s. d. 
O II 

o 6 

I O 

o 8 

i 3 
o 7 
o 9 
5 
o 5 


June 
S. d. 
8 

o 9 

10 

o 8 
i 4 

10 

o 8 
o 8 
o 8 


June 

*. d. 

II 

i i 

' 3 
i i 

2 O 

i 3 
i 4 

10 

I I 


June 
i. d. 
O IO 

I 

2 

3 

2 
2 

6 



3 


Ightermurragh 


Inch 


Lisgoold , 


Midleton 


Mogeely 


Rostellan 


Templebodan 


Templenacarriga 



MILLSTREET UNION 



Caherbarnagh 


A. R. P. 

11834 2 37 


1203 


2IO 


165 


Sept. 
s. d. 
2 4 


Sept. 
s. d. 
4 i 


Sept. 
J. rf. 
1 O 


Sept. 
j. d. 

2 6 


Coomlogane 


I2OOI O I 


1926 


282 


222 


3 4 


4 10 


4 o 


e i 


Crinnaloo 


5099 3 8 


523 


99 


63 


i 9 


3 6 


2 6 


I IO 


Cullen 


4297 O ?! 


976 


178 


128 


2 9 


4 O 


2 Q 


211 


Derragh 


2959 3 21 


735 


127 


108 


3 6 


5 6 


1 2 


4 2 


Doonosleen 


4684 2 36 


1275 


217 


139 


3 o 


c 10 


5 Q 


3 2 


Drishane 


7864 2 17 


2712 


462 


291 


3 9 


"> ii 


"> Q 


7 I 


Keale .. 


4012 ? J.3 


IOIC. 


174 


1 66 


2 Q 


j, 6 


2 Q 


3 -J 


Kilcorney 


5289 o 32 


834 


144 


1 68 


2 9 


3 6 


3 I 


4IO 


Knocknagree 


6474 i 10 


1259 


203 


131 


2 6 


3 6 


3 O 


4 8 


Rathcoole 


4421 O V) 


1080 


19"? 


H4 


2 O 


T 8 


2 6 


d I 


Skaeh .. 


"5063 3 II 


1054 


190 


172 


1 I 


S 6 


T 2 


4 ri 



Anglesborough .. 

Ballyarthur 

Ballylanders 

Cullane 

Derryvillane, 

Duntryleague 

Farahy 

Galbally 

Kilbeheney 

Kildorrery 

Kilglass 

Kilgullane 

Kilphelan 

Knocknascrow 

Marshalstown 

Mitchelstown 

Riversdale 

Templemolaga 



MITCHELSTOWN UNION, 
A. n r. 



3485 2 O 

5775 i 32 

4346 o 28 

4435 o 23 

2359 3 2 

.5199 o 7 

3219 3 o 

15189 i o 

4395 2 28 



635 

'356 
875 

1165 

343 

854 

914 

5672 

1017 



125 

269 
148 

229 

53 
'57 

1 66 
961 

182 



( P t. < 


>0 










March 


March 


March 


March 




s. d. 


s. d. 


. d. 


s. d. 





I 


3 


6 


1 4 


126 


II 


O 10 


4 


It 





i 4 


i 4 





I 9 





i i 


O 10 


4 


3 


348 


O 10 


o 9 


2 


1 2 





II 


O IO 


5 


I I 


160 


II 


o 9 


2 


I I 





I 4 


1 


6 


i 8 





i i 


I 


3 


i i 


129 


II 


' 7 


5 


II 





i 6 


II 


2 


i 7 


128 


O 10 


o 9 


O 


o 8 


278 


I I 


I 


3 


II 





IO 


11 


3 


i 3 


222 


I 


O 10 





I 


910 


i 8 


I II 


6 


2 4 





II 


O IO 





II 


220 


I 


II 


4 


i 3 



SKIBBEREEN UNION. 



Aghadown north 
Aghadown south 
Bredagh 


A. R. f. 

3110 o i 
5090 i 26 

44IO I 2O 


Sri 
1784 

QI S 


143 
322 

I CO 


180 
38i 


Sept. 
j. d. 

2 
2 I 


Sept. 
s. d. 
2 4 

2 2 


Sept. 
s. d. 

i 4 
2 O 


Sept 
J. </. 

2 5 

3 3 


Caheragh 


60^ 12 


QO1 


171 






1 5 
i 6 




i ft 


5 

t 


Cape Clear 


3,016 o i 


1272 


2AQ 


217 




1 C 


2 ft 




Carrigbaun .... ..... 


CO7Q 2 T 


1090 


i go 







3 5 
f 9 




2 R 


Castlehaven north ... 
Castlehaven south ... 
Cloonkeen 


6449 i ,0 

4599 o 22 
4642 I IQ 


1973 
1468 
IO4S 


, 374 
239 
181 


423 

264 

217 


2 

8 


2 O 
I IO 

I 6 


I II 

i 8 
i ft 


2 3 
I 10 

T t 




5738 I 3 


IOQ7 


181 


281 


3 

e 


2 e 


2 


1 1 
I II 



POOR LAW UNIONS. 



SKIBBEREEN 



ELECTORAL DIVISIONS. 


Area in Statute 
Acres. 


Populatior 
1871. 


Farm- 
Houses i stead- 
1 ings. 


Poundage Rates struck 1871-4 


1871 


1872 | 1873 | .1874 


Drina'h 


A. . P. 

4395 o 38 
6089 i 37 
5025 i 12 

5259 3 29 
6831 3 6 
2935 2 39 
4251 2 9 
4964 o 7 
3527 i 38 
4773 3 39 
9009 o 23 
4262 o 13 
4628 o 8 

SCH 

A. H, P. 
6SO4 I 25 

6975 * 38 

3965 o 28 

5782 O 12 

6196 3 2 
593i i 7 
4345 2 33 
6450 3 i 8 
2982 i 29 

4188 2 21 

3846 I 17 
YOU 

A. E. P. 

7880 o 23 

6984 2 15 

5132 3 9 
5815 L 7 
5995 * 26 

4830 2 22 


754 
648 
II2I 
8l 7 
1054 
1467 
8 7 8 
1447 
1739 

947 
5896 
1308 
951 

ULL U] 

859 
2786 
671 
1168 
816 
1023 
1079 
1273 
785 
1706 

973 
GHAL t 

I22O 
1787 

420 
1408 
1996 

7486 


136 
117 

195 
149 
1 80 

255 
161 

258 

313 
169 
1018 

259 
167 

^IION. 

154 
475 
1 06 
213 
1 66 
184 
209 
227 
142 
336 
195 

FNION 
234 

333 

~78 
265 
399 

1363 


182 
119 
149 
205 
241 
34 
256 
265 

364 
260 

785 
338 
329 

211 

492 

ISO 
28l 
171 
230 
285 
350 

118 
241 
118 

335 

362 

119 

252 
325 

468 


Sept. 
J 1 . d. 
I O 
I 

i 3 

I O 
I O 

i 6 

I 2 

i 3 
i 3 
i 3 
3 o 
i 4 
i 3 

Sept. 
J. d. 
I I 

2 5 
o 6 

i 3 

I O 

2 4 
2 4 

i 3 
o 4 

3 S 

i 3 

Sept. 
s. d. 
i i 
i i 

I O 

i 6 

II 

i 3 
i 5 

I 2 
I 2 

1 3 
I I 

i 5 
i 3 
2 5 


Sept. 
. d. 

3 
2 

8 
8 

7 
ii 
10 

8 
9 
3 9 

2 2 
2 

Sept. 
s. d. 
I 6 
3 i 

II 
2 2 
O II 

2 4 

i 8 
i i 

i 8 

2 I 
I 

Sept. 
J. d. 
o 10 

I O 

i 3 
i 3 
o 7 

i 9 
i 3 
i 3 

O II 
I O 

I I. 

I 
I 

2 8 


Sept. 
S. d. 

7 
6 

7 

9 
8 

5 
7 
6 

3 9 

2 4 

2 3 

Sept. 
s. d. 
2 7 

3 6 

i 8 

2 4 
I 10 

2 5 

2 
I 10 

2 1 
2 6 

2 

Sept. 
J. d. 

i 3 
i 8 
I ii 

i 4 

I 
2 2 

I 5 
I II 

o 9 

I 2 

i 3 
I 8 

i 7 
3 3 


Sept. 
. d. 
6 

9 
8 
ii 
9 
9 
I ii 

i 7 
i 9 
i 8 

3 4 
2 5 

2 2 

Sept. 
J. </. 
2 O 

3 6 
i 5 

2 

i 9 

I IO 
I IO 
2 O 
2 

3 6 
i 6 

Oct 
j. i/. 

i 4 
i 6 

I IO 

i 5 

O II 
I 10 

2 6 

i 3 

II 

i 3 

I 2 

i 7 
i 3 
3 9 


'Dromdaleague, north. 
Dromdaleague, south. 
Garranes 


Gurtnascreeny 


Kilfau iT hnabeg 


Killeenleagh 


Knockskagh 


Myross 


Shreelane 


Skibbereen 


Tullagh 


Woodford 


Ballybane 


Ballydehob 


Coolagh 


Crookhaven 


Dunbeacon - 


Duninanus 




Kilcoe 


Lovvertown 


Skull 


Toormore 


Ardash 




Ballyheeney 


Clashmore 


Clonpriest 


Grallacrh 


Grange 


Glenwilliam 


Kilcronat 


Killea^h 


Kilmacdonagh 


Kinsalebeg 


Templemichael 
Youghal 





INCOME AND PROPERTY TAX, from 1863 to 1875. 



From and to 
April sth. 


Rate in 

04 


From and to. . 
April sth. 


Rate in 
llM* 


1863 to 1864 
1864 1865 
1865 1866 
1866 1867 
1867 1868 
1868 1869 


7 d. 
6d. 
4 d. 
4 d. 
5d. 
6d. 


1869 1870 
1870 1871 
1871 1872 
1872 1873 
1873 1874 
1874 1875 


5d. 
4 d. 
6d. 

4 d. 

3 ^ 
2d. 



REGISTRARS' DISTRICTS. 

[DISPENSARY DISTRICTS.] 

For the purposes of Registration of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, Poor Law Unions 
are termed " Superintendent Registrars' Districts." and each Union or Superintendent 
Registrar's District is divided into Dispensary Districts for the Medical Relief of the Poor 
under the Poor Law Acts. The Registrar's District, save in a few instances, is identical 
wiih the Dispensary District. Each Dispensary District is composed of a certain number 
of Poor Law Electoral Divisions. 

Table No. 7 (p. 6) shows the number of Births, Deaths, and Marriages Registered in 
each of the Poor Law Unions from 1864 to 1871. 

Births 26 Vic., cap. n. 

Notice of the Birth of every child must be given to the Registrar of the District in which 
the child was born within Twenty-one days after the Birth. Penalty for neglect, Twenty 
SAiilings. 

Deaths 26 Vic. cap. n. 

Notice of the Death of any person must be given to the Registrar of the District in which 
the Death occurred within Seven days after the Death. Penalty for neglect, Twenty 
SJttf/ittfft. 

Penalty for refusing to give information to the Registrar concerning Births and Deaths, 
when required to do so, forty Shillings. 

Marriages 26 and 27 Vic., cap. 90. 

Every Marriage celebrated by the Roman Catholic Clergy must be Registered in the 
District in which the Marriage was Solemnised within 7Aree days after the celebration 
Penalty on the Husband for neglect, Ten Pounds, 



DISTRICTS. 


Names of Registrars. 


Area in 
Statute Acres 


Population 
iu 1871. 


Bandon Union 








BandoD 


Dr. Edward Toole 


2II43 


IO056 


Innishannon 


i Dr. Alexander M. Alcock 
I T. Orr, Rfg. 


I7I07 


3426 


Kilbrittain 


Dr. Patrick Crowley 


16093 


3923 


Murragh 


Dr. Orpen Beamish 


24402 


455 


Templemartin 


Dr. John H, Nason 


101344 


25739 


Bantry Union 








Bantry 


Dr. Thomas Popham 


24400 


6710 


Durrus and Kilcrohane . . 


Dr. James O'Connolly 


24131 


4433 


Glengarriff . ... 


Dr. James R. Swanton 


58315 


5 iS7 


Castletown Union 








Castletown 


Dr. George W. F. Armstrong ... 


39623 


6677 


Kilcatherine 


Dr. Daniel John Lyne 


33821 


7649 


Clonakilty Union 








Clonakilty 


Dr. William Bennett 


28602 


9842 


Rosscarbery 


Dr. Frederick Fitzgibbon 


27353 


8612 


Timoleague 


Dr. Henry W. Garde 


24509 


8395 


Dunmanway Union 








Ballineen 


Dr. Andrew H. Bryan 


28192 


6i34 


Coolmountain 


Dr. Edward Shipsey 


46842 


5765 


Dunmanway 


Dr. Stephen Holmes 


2SSJ>2 


5766 


Fermoy Union 








Bally hooly 


Dr. Thomas Tuckey 


32026 


5877 


Ballynoe 


Dr- W. Blaquiere 


33057 


5384 


Fermoy 


Dr. John O'Neill Sisk 


19028 


10699 


Kil worth 


Dr. T. M. W. Aherne 


31652 


6331 


Rathcormac 


Dr. Henry W. Nason 


148268 


4492 


Kanturk Union 








Boherboy 


Dr. J. O'Sullivan 


35152 


7262 


Kanturk 


Dr. P. S. Wigmore 


47820 


9982 


Milford 


Dr. W. P. O'Leary 


40052 


7394 


Newmarket, part of* ... 


Dr. Ebenezer Donaldson 


62659 


8017 


Kilmallock Union, part of 
Charleville, part of ... Dr. Patrick Wallis 


I459I 


4424 


Remainder in County Limerick. 



REGISTRARS' DISTRICTS. 



127 



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128 



REGISTRARS' DISTRICTS. 



DISTRICTS. 


Names of Registrars. 


Area in 
Statute Acre 


Population 
in 1871. 


Kin sale Union 








Ballyfeard 


Dr. W. McDermott 


'9454 


3925 


Ballymartle 


Dr. George Vickery 


19112 


2922 


Carrigaline 


Dr. Wm. Pearson 


!577 


4284 


Courceys 


Dr. W. Hegarty 


13494 


3125 


Kinsale ... 


Dr. Edward B. Dorman 


12511 


10338 


Macroom Union 








Cannaway 


Dr. Jerri. E. Murphy 


26643 


4869 


Clonmoyle 
Inchigeela 


Dr. Richard Barrett 
Dr. Timothy Crowley - 


35354 
43940 


6105 

5508 


Macroom 


Dr. Nicholas W. White 


394IS 


9-227 


Slievereagh 


Dr. Wm. H. Kent 


33754 


4745 


Mallow Union* 








Ballyclogh ... 


Dr. T. W. Harrison 


16904 


2657 


Buttevant 


Dr. Patrick L. Walsh 


33773 


6954 


Doneraile ... 


Dr. Robert Reardon 


29783 


5536 


Kilshannig 


Dr. Charles H. Roche 


37650 


5983 


Mallow ... 


Dr. Parsons Berry 


12779 


6546 


Rahan ... 


Dr. Wm. McDonald 


23466 


3436 


Midleton Union 








Aghada 


Dr. Robert B. Travers 


19045 


7168 


Castlemartyr 


Dr. Thomas Sandiford 


20582 


4251 


Cloyne 


Dr. Thomas M. Dwane 


16026 


6i43 


Midleton No. I 


Dr. Michael Lawton 


9976 


6096 


Midleton No. 2 


Dr. R. Ryan 


17472 


3359 


Walshtownmore East 


Dr. Wm. Buckmaster 


26161 


3387 


Mlllstreet Union 








Culleii 


Dr. Jerh. O'Sullivau 


28392 


63H 


Millstreet 


Dr. John Leader 


46512 


8278 


Mitchelstown Union,pt.of* 








Kildorrery 


Dr. Thos. Reardon 


24531 


5670 


Mitchelstown 


Dr. Ed. Ed. McCraith 


23873 


7161 


Skibbereen Union 








Dromdaleague 


Dr. Daniel Donovan 


43125 


7302 


Skibbereen 


Dr. David Hadden 


23626 


8822 


Tullagh 


Dr. Samuel W. Robinson 


20978 


6643 


Unionhall 


Dr. Jas. E. Somerville 


27293 


8618 


Skull Uniorj 









Goleen >... 


Dr. Jas. M'Cormick 


22887 


5028 


Skull 


Dr. Stephen Sweetmatt 


34281 


8111 


Youghal Union, part of ... 








Killeagh 


Dr. Jas. Joseph Foley 


18795 " 


5191 


Templemichael, part off . . . 


Dr. Henry C. Garde 


13012 


1640 


Youghal 


Dr. James Curran 


4830 


7486 



* Remainder in Co. 



Waterfotd. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ELECTORAL DIVISIONS, 

WITH THEIR RESPECTIVE REGISTRARS* DISTRICTS. 



Electoral Division. 


Registrar's District. 


Electoral Division. 


Registrar's District. 


Abbeymahon 
Adrigole 
Aghern- 
Aglish ' .. 
Aghadown, North .. 
Aghadown, South .. 
Aghinagh 
Ahil 
Alloa 
Ardsigh 


Timoleague 
Castletown 
Ballyhooly 
Can n a way 
Tullagh 
Tullagh : 
Macroom 
GlengarriflP 
Milford 
Templemichael 


Ardfield 
Ardskeagh 
Argideen 
Aultagh 
Ballinadee 
Ballincollig 
Ballinspittle 
Ballingurteen 
Ballintemple 
Ballyarthur 


Rosscarbery 
Buttevant 
Clonakilty 
Ballineen 
Kilbrittain 
Ballincollig 
Courceys 
Whitechurch 
Aghada 
Mitchelstown, pt. of 



REGISTRARS' DISTRICTS, 



129 



Electoral Division. 


Registrar's District. 


Electoral Division. 


Registrar's District. 


Ballybane 


Skull 


Castlehaven, South... 


Tullagh 


Ballyclogh 


Ballyclogh 


Castlehaven, North... 


Union-hall 


Ballycotton 


Cloyne 


Castlemagner 


Kanturk 


Ballydehob 


Skull 


Castlemartyr 


Castlemartyr 


Ballyfeard 


Ballyfeard 


Castletown 


Ballineen 


Ballyfoyle 


Ballyfeard 


Castleventry 


Rosscarbery 


Ballygarvan 


Ballygarvan 


Charleville 


Charleville 


Ballygroman 


Templeinartin 


Churchtown 


Buttevant 


Bally hooly 


Ballyhooly 


Clenor 


Kahan 


Ballyhoolahan 


Boherboy 


Cleanrath 


Inchigeela 


Ballymackean 


Courceys 


Cloghdonnell 


Skibbereen 


Ballymodan 


Bandon 


Clonakilty 


Clonakilty 


Ballymoney 


Ballineen 


Clondrohid 


Slievereagh 


Ballymurphy 


Innishannon 


Clonfert, East 


Newmarket 


Ballynaglogh 


Carrignavar, No. 2 


Clonfert, West 


Newmarket 


Ballymartle 


Ballymartle 


Clonmult 


Walshtownmore, East 


Ballynoe 


Ballynoe 


Cloonkeen 


Union-hall 


Ballynamona 


Kilshannig 


Clonmeen ' ... 


Kanturk 


Ballyspillane 


Walshtownmore, East 


Clonmoyle 


Clonmoyle 


Banteer 


Kanturk 


Clonpriest 


Killeagh 


Bantry 


Bantry 


Cloyne 


Cloyne 


Barley-hill 


Newmarket 


Coole 


Fermoy 


Barnacurra 


Newmarket 


Coolclogh 


Boherboy 


Baurleigh 


Kilbrittain 


Coolcraheen 


Rosscarbery 


Bawncross ... 


Milford 


Coolmain 


Courceys 


Bealock 


Coolmountain 


Coolmountain 


Coolmountain 


Bealanageary ... 


Inchigeela 


Coolagh 


Skull 


Bealanageary 


Coolmountain 


Coomlogane 


Millstreet 


Bear 


Castletown 


Coulagh 


Kilcatherine 


Bengour ... 


Murragh 


Courtmacsherry 


Timoleague 


Blackpool 


Blarney 


Cork 


Carrignavar, No. *2 


Blarney 


Blarney 


Corkbeg 


Aghada 


Boherboy ... 


Boherboy 


Crinnaloo 


Millstreet 


Boulteen ... 


M urragh 


Crookhaven 


Goleen 


Bredagh 


Uromdaleague 


Curraglass 


Ballynoe 


Brinny 


Bandon . 


Curryglass 


Castletown 


Butlerstown 


Fimoleague 


Cullen 


Ballymartle 


Buttevant 


Buttevant 


Cullen 


Cullen 


Caherbarnagh 


Millstreet 


Dangan 


Castlemartyr 


Caheragh 


Dromdaleague 


Derragh 


Cullen 


Caherduggan 


Doneraile 


Derryfineen 


Slievereagh 


Caherlag 


Carrignavar, No. I 


Derryvillane 


Kildorrery 


Cahermore 


Rosscarbery 


Durrus, East 


Durrus & Kilcrohane 


Cannaway 


Cannaway 


Durrus, West 


Durrus & Kilcrohane 


Candroma 


Inchigeela 


Doneraile 


Doneraile 


Cape Clear 


Tullagh 


Douglas 


Cork 


Carrig ... 


Mallow 


Douce 


Glengarriff 


Carrig 


Ballyhooly 


Doonaslaen 


Cullen 


Carrigaline 


Carrigaline 


Drinagh 


Dromdaleague 


Carrigbaun 


Dromdaleague 


Drinagh 


Coolmountain 


Carrigboy 


Coolmountain 


Dripsey 


Dripsey 


Carrigaline 


Carrigaline 


Drishane 


Millstreet 


Carrignavar 


Carrignavar, No. 2 


Dromina 


Milford 


Carrigrohane Beg ... 
Carrigtohill, pt. of ... 
Carrigtohill, pt. of... 


Ballincollig 
Midleton, No. I 
Midleton, No. a 


Dromdaleague, North 
Dromdaleague, South 
Dunbeacon 


Dromdaleague 
Dromdaleague 
Skull 


Cashel 


Murragh 


Dunderrow 


Ballygarvan 


Castlecooke 

O i 


Kilworth 


Dungourney 


Walshtownmore, Esat 


Castlecor 
Castle Hyde 


Kanturk 
Mallyhooly 


Dunmanway 
Dunmanus 


Dunmanway 
Goleen 


Castlelyons 


Fermoy 


Farahy 


Kildorrery 


Castletownroche :.. 


Ballyhooly 


Farranbrien 


Ballyfeard 



130 



REGISTRARS' DISTRICTS. 



Electoral Division. 


Registrar's 1 ! 


Electoral Division. 


Registrar's District. 


Fermoy 


Feimoy 


Kilphelan 


Mitchelstown 


Firmount 


Dripsey 


Kilpatrick 


Carrigaline 


Garranes ... 


Dromdaleague 


Kilshannig 


Kilshannig 


Garrowen 


Dunmanway 


Kilmeen 


Boherboy 


Garry voe 


Clpyne 


Kinneigh 


Ballineen 


Glanlough 


Durrus & Kilcrohane Kinure 


Ballyfeard 


Ulan worth, East ... 


Kilworth 


Kilworth 


Kilworth 


Glan worth, West ... 


Kilworth 


Kingwilliamstown ... 


Boherboy 


Glengarriff 


GlengarrifF 


Knocks 


Clonakiity 


Glenlare 


Newmarket 


Knockantota 


Blarney 


Glenville 


Carrignavar, No 2. 


Knockmourne 


Ballynoe 


Goleen 


Goleen 


Knocknagree 


Cullen 


Gortroe 


Rathcormac 


Knockroe 


Innishannon 


Gortmore 


Kanturk 


Knockskagh 


Union-ball 


Gortnascreeny 


Dromdaleague 


Knocktemple 


Milford 


Gortnaskehy 


Kilworth 


Knockatooan 


Newmarket 


Gortnatubbrid 


Slieyereagh 


Knockavilly 


Innishannon 


Gowlane ... 


Clonmoyle 


Knockraha ... 


Carrignavar, No. I 


Greenfort 


Blarney 


Laherne ... 


Courceys 


Greenane 


Kanturk 


Lehenagh 


Douglas 


Greenville 


Cannaway 


Leighmoney 


Ballymartle 


Ightermurragh 


Castlemartyr 


Leitrim . 


Kilworth 


Imphrick 


Buttevant 


Liscarroll 


Buttevant 


Inch 


Aghada 


Liscleary 


Carrigaline 


Inchigeela ... 


Inchigeela 


Lisgoold 


Midleton, No. 2 


Innishannon 


Innishannon 


Lowertown 


Goleen 


Inishkenny 


Ballygarvan 


Macloneigh ... 


Macroom 


: Kanturk 


Kanturk 


Macroom 


Macroom 


'^Keale 


Cullen 


Magourney ... 


Clonmoyle 


Kealkill 


Glengarriff 


Milford 


Milford 


1 KillaOiy 


Ballyhooly 


Mallow 


Mallow 


*=K.il]aconenagh ... 


CastJetown 


Milltown 


Charleville 


^Kilberrihert 


Macroom 


Manch 


Ballmeea 


Kilbrin 


Kanturk 


Marshalstown 


Kildorrery 


Kilbrittain ... 


Kilbrittain 


Mashanaglass ... 


Cannaway 


Kilbrogan ... 


Bandon 


Matehy 


Dripsey 


Kilbonane ... 


Templemartin 


Moviddy 


Templemartin 


Kilcaskan ... 


GlengarrifF 


Mealagh 


Bantry 


Kilcatherine; ... 


Kilcatherine 


Meene 


Boherboy 


Kilcorney 


Millstreet 


Midleton, pt. of ... 


Midleton, No. I 


Kilcoe 


Skull 


Midleton, pt. of 


Midleton, No. 2 


Kilcor 


Ballynoe 


Milane 


Dunmanway 


Kilcronat 


Tempkmichael 


Mitchelstown 


Mitchelstown 


KUcullen 


Clonmoyle 


Mogeely 


Castlemartyr 


Kilcummer 


Ballyhooly 


Monanimy 


Rahan 


Kildinan 


Rathcormac 


Monkstown ... 


Carrigaline 


Kildorrery 


Kildorrery 


Mountrivers . 


Clonmoyle 


Killeagh 


Killeagh 


Murragh 


Murragh 


Killeagh 


Carrignavar, No. 2 


Myross 


Union-hall 


Killeenleagh 


Skibbereen 


Nad 


Kanturk 


Kilfaughnabeg . . 


Union-hall 


Newt own 


Milford 


Kilgullane 


Kildorrery 


Newmarket 


Newmarjcet 


Kilkerranmore 


Clonakilty 


Nohaval 


Ballyfeard 


Kilmaclenine 


Ballyciogh 


Ovens 


Ballincollig 


Kilmacdonagh 


Killeagh 


Queen stown 


Queenstown 


Kilmalooda, East ... 


Tirnoleague 


Rahan 


Rahan 


Kilmalooda, West . . . 


Timoleague 


Rahalish 


Macroom 


Kilmonoge 


Ballyfeard 


Rathbarry 


Rosscarbery 


Kilmoylerane 


Clonakilty 


Rathcormac 


Rathcormac 


Kilnagross ...| Clonakilty 


Rathclarin 


Kilbrittain 


Kilnamanagh ...j Kilcatherine 


Rathcool 


Millstreet 


Kilnamartery ..." Inchigeela 


Rathcooney ... Whitechurch 



REGISTRARS' DISTRICTS. 



1.3 ' 



E'actrra' DlvXoa. 


Registrar's District. 


Electoral Division. 


Registrar's District. 


Riverstown 


. Cavrignavar, No. I 


Templebreedy 


'if 
. Carrigaline 


Rosscarbery 


. Rosscarbery 


Templebodan 


. Walshtbwnmore, Et. 


Roskeen 


. Kan urk 


Templemary 


. Ballyclogh 


Ross more 


. Clonakilty 


Templemichael 


. Baljyrhartle 


Rosnalee 


. Boherboy 


Templeinavtin 


. Templemartin 


Rostellan 


. Agliada 


Templeomalus 


TirfRJlengue 


Rowls 


. Newmarket 


Templemoioga 


. Kildorrery 


Scart 


. Ban try 


Templenacarriga 


. Waishtownmore, Et. 


See fin 


. D'urrus & Kilcroliane 


Timoleague 


. Timoleague 


Shanballymore 


. Doneraile 


Tincorra 


. Kanturk 


Sheep's-head 


. Durrus & Kilcroliane 


Toormore 


. Goleen 


Shreelane 


. Union-hall 


Tuilagh 


. Titllagh 


Skibbereen 


. Skibbereen 


Tullylease 


. Milford 


Skagh 


. Cull en 


.Ullanes 


. Slievereagh 


Skahanagh 


. Doneraile 


Wallstown 


. Doneraile 


Schull 


. Schull 


Warrenscourt 


. Cannaway 


Slievereagh 


. Inchigeela 


Watergrasshill 


. Rathcprmac 


Springfort 


. Charleviile 


VVhiddy 


. Bantry 


Streamhill 


. Doneraile 


Whitechurch 


. Whitechurch 


Teadies 


. Murragh 


Wood fort 


. Skibbereen 


Teerelton 


. Coolmountain 


Youghal 


. Youghal 



QUARTER SESSIONS COUNTY CORK, 1875. 

Civil Bill Processes in Ejectment Cases, and for the recovery of Legacies or distributive 
shares of Assets, and in all cases where the demand shall exceed 20, must be served 
15 clear days before the first day of Sessions. Civil Bill Processes in all other cases must 
be served six clear days before the first day of Sessions. 



EAST RIDING. 
Division of Cork. 

Cork W ednesday, 2oth January 

Cork Tuesday, 20th April 

Cork Friday, .pth July 

Kinsale Saturday, I7th July 

Cork Tuesday, 1 2th October 

Division of Mallow. 

Kanturk Tuesday, 29th Dec. (1874) 

Mallow Tuesday, 3Oth March 

Kanturk Thursday, I7th June 

Mallow Tuesday, 2ist September 

Division of Midleton. 

Fermoy Monday, 1 1 th January 

Midleton Friday, 9th April 

Fermoy Monday, 28th June 

Youghal Tuesday, 6th July 

Midleton Saturday, 2nd October 

Land Sessions. 
Division of Cork. 

Cork Friday, 29th January 

Cork Tuesday, 27th April 

Cork Monday, igth July 

Cork Friday, 22nd October 

Division of Mallow. 

Kanturk Friday, 8th January 

Mallow Tuesday, 6th April 

Kanturk ....Friday, 2$th June 

Mallow Thursday, 30th September 

Division of Midleton. 

Fermoy Monday, iSth January 

Midleton Saturday, I7th April 

Fermoy Saturday, 3rd July 

Midleton Saturday, gth October 



WEST RIDING. 
Division of Bantry. 

Bantry Monday, 4th January 

Skibbereen Friday, 2nd April 

Bantry ....Friday, 25th June 

Skibbereen Friday, ist October 

Division of Bandon. 

Bandon Wednesday, I3th January 

Bandon Monday, 1 2th April 

Clonakilty Monday, 5th July 

Bandon Monday, nth October 

Division of Macroom. 

Macroom Wednesday, 2Oth January 

Macroom Monday, igth April 

'Macroom Monday, I2thjuly 

Macroom Wednesday, 2oth October 

Land Sessions. 
Division of Bantry. 

Bantry Thursday, 7th January 

Skibbereen Tuesday, 6th April 

Bantry Tuesday, 2gth June 

Skibbereen Tuesday, 5th October 

Division of Bandon. 

Bandon Saturday, i6th January 

Bandon .........Thursday, I5th April 

Clonakilty Thursday, 8th July 

Bandon ...Thursday, I4th October 

Division of Macroom. 
Macroom ."/.... Saturday, 23rd January 

Thursday, 22nd April 

Thursday, I5thjuly * 

Saturday, 23rd October 



MAMES OF OFFICERS FOR SERVING PROCESSES. 



EAST 

DIVISION OF CORK. 

Ballincollig Denis Murphy 

Blarney Daniel Connor 

Cork D. Buckley, Gillabbey-st. 

M. Scannell, Blair's-hill 

Carrigaline John Taylor 

Coachford John Cronin 

Glenville Michael Brien 

Grenough, Blarney William Foley 

Innishannon John D. Busteed 

Kinsale John Supple 

Passage West ) 

and > Valentine Butler 

Queenstown ) 
Riverstown ...Edmond Fitzgerald 

DIVISION OF MALLOW. 

Boherbee Jeremiah Fitzpatrick 

Buttevant John Connor 

Charleville James Madigan 

Doneraile James Donovan 

Kanturk Patrick Quinlan 

Kiskeam Maurice Cronin 

Liscarroll Robert Keane 



RIDING. 

Mallow John Coleman 

Richard Walsh 

Millstreet Richard Armstrong 

Nadd, Bantyre ...John Callnghan 

Newmarket Jeremiah Quinlan 

Thomas Roche 

DIVISION OF MIDLETON. 

Castlemartyr William Quirk 

Castletownroche.John Halioran 

Cloyiie Thomas Shea 

Curraglass Henry Willis 

Fermoy Maurice Fitzgerald 

William Fitzgerald 
Glanworth J 

and > Patrick Nash 

Kilctorrery 

Kilworth John Courtnay 

Midleton .William Higgins 

Mitchelstown John Keating 

Arthur O'Keeffe 

Rathcormac John Donovan 

Youghal Thomas O'Neill 



WEST RIDING. 



DIVISION OF BANTRY. 

Adrigole John Kelly 

Bantry William Thompson 

Michael Linehan 
Humphrey Kelleher 

Ballydehob Daniel Molony 

James Driscoll 

Cape Clear Michael Driscoll 

Carrigbue -Patrick Muiray 

Castletown Phillip Donovan 

James Sullivan 

Drimoleague Tuj>othy Lynch 

Goleen Florence Regan 

Iries & CastletownThomas Warner 

Rosscarbery Michael Molcmy 

Skibbereen Daniel Connolly 

William Dunston 
Daniel Murphy 

Skull John Driscoll 

Union Hall James T. M'Carthy 



DIVISION OF BANDON. 

Ballineen .......... James Farr 

John Pay ton 

Bandon Cornelius Keeffe 

James Mahony 
John Giles 

Clonakilty Stephen Mills 

Adam Hegarty 
John Hegarty 

Dunmanway Luke LHmleavy 

Timoleague Thomas Hegartf 

DIVISION 07 3HACROOM. 

Ballyvourney Charles Maybury 

Macroom Edward Collins 

Matthew J. Twomr 
Richard Owens 
Millstreet Patrick Riordan 



Civil Bills should be given to the process servers within a reasonable time before the 
last day for service at each Sessions, otherwise they will not be held accountable for the 
service. Process servers are allowed to ierve processes in any part of the division to which 
they are appointed ; and any complaints against them on account of unserved processes 
will be heard immediate!) before the commencement of civil business. 

Ever}- process server is r-quhed to enter in his book the day on which each process is 
delivered to him for service-, and the manner, time and place, and the person on whom it 
was served, and the age, when i' is neces-*'y, of such person should be stated to be above 
the age of sixteen, anu all special or peculiar circumstances (if any) connected with such 
service, and if not served, the cause of noit service. 

Pro es srrvers are strictly forbidden to inteif'Te in the preparation, filling, or altering 
of processes, or to interfere in any manner with a party in the employment of an attorney, 
or jo place themselves in the prri>rament of being called as witnesses in a civil bill suit. 



[1331 



PETTY SESSIONS DISTRICTS. 



Petty Sessions and 
Polling Districts. 


'opulation 
1871. 


Day in Month, 
Sessions Day. 


Name of Clerk. 


Quarter Sessions 
District in which 
situated. 


Ahadullane ... 6172 


nd Friday ... James Lynch 


Cork 


Ballincollig ... 


nd Monday ...; Thomas Smith 


Cork 


Ballineen ... 10792 


nd Monday ... 


Ed. Connor 


3andon 


Ballinspittle ... 5H9 


nd Tuesday ... 


P. Griffin 


Bandon 


Ballydehob 


9424 


nd Saturday ... 


R. T. Baldwin 


Skibbereen 


Ballymartle 


3726 


nd Monday ... 


William Walton ... 


Cork and Kinsale 


Ballyporeen pt. (a) 


486 


nd Tuesday . . . 


Richard Archdeacon 


Dlonmel 


Ballyvourney 


4214 


th Tuesday ... 


John Grainger 


Vtacrooin 


Bandon 


12262 


Monday 


Stephen Malony ... 


Bandon 


Bantry 


9623 


nd Thursday... 


Richard Nicholson... 


Bandon 


Blarney 


9526 


nd Tuesday . . . | Thomas Smith 


Dork 


Buttevant 


53" 


nd & 4th Thurs. ' Michael Hayes 


Mallow & Kanturk 


Carrigboy 


6110 


.th Friday ... David Barleigh 


Bantry . - 


Carrigaline 


4626 


nd Tuesday . . . 


f. J. Edgeworth ... 


Dork 


Castleraartyr 


10.835 


nd Monday ... 


William Weakliam. ... 


Midleton 


Castletownbere 


13804 


nd Friday 


Francis Scott 


Bantry 


Castletownroche . . . 


7218 


nd Thursday . . 


Richard Smyth 


Fermoy 


Cecilstown 


3698 


.th Monday ... 


James O'Connell ... 


Mallow & Kanturk 


Charleville 


7215 


:nd Monday ... 


Michael Kearns 


Mallow & Kanturk 


Clonakilty 


10421 


'hursday 


T. A. Lendrum 


Bandon 


Cloyne 


IIO22 


nd Tuesday ... 


Samuel M'Oullagh .. 


Midleton 


Coachford 


5506 


nd Monday ... 


Edward Carey 


Cork 


Conna 


5587 


nd Friday 


John Godson 


Fermoy 


Cork ft) 


78642 


3aily 


Henry Humphreys . . . 


Cork 


Doneraile 


4975 


nd Monday ... 


Robert C. Bolton ... 


Mallow 


Douglas 


13693 


nd Thursday... 


Domk. P. Sarsfield 


Cork 


Dromdaleague 


5955 


nd Monday ... 


William Kenny 


Bantry 


Dunmanway 


8824 


nd Monday ... 


James G. Atkins ... 


Bandon 


Farran 


2934 


.th Monday ... 


Thomas Smith 


Cork 


Fermoy 


W79 


:nd Monday ... 


Richard Hanley ... 


Midleton [try 


Goleen 


3735 


2nd Saturday ... 


T. T. Baldwin 


Skibbereen & Ban- 


Innishannon 


4594 


nd Tuesday . . . 


W. H. Daunt 


Bandon, Cork, and 


Kanturk 


10938 


2nd Saturday ... 


Tames O'Connell . . . 


Kanturk [Kinsale 


Kildorrery 


4482 


2nd Wednesday. 


William Browne .. 


Fermoy & Midleton 


Kinsale 


10384 


Saturday 


William Walton .. 


Cork 


Knocknagree, pt. (f] 


5509 


;rd Wednesday. 


J. B. Cronin 


Kanturk 


Liscarroll 


7074 


2nd Wednesday. 


D. Sharps 


Mallow & Kanturk 


Lisheens 


4528 


2nd Tuesday .. 


T. Smith 


Cork 


Macroom 


19526 


2nd Wednesday. 


J. Grainger 


Macroom 


Mallo-v 


13832 


Tuesday 


Adolphus W. Roger 


Mallow 


Midlecon 


12469 


Alternate Sat... 


S. M'Cullagh 


Midleton 


Millstreet 


10791 


2nd Monday .. 


Michael Sherin 


Kanturk 


Mitchelstown, pt. (</) 


9000 


2nd Friday 


William Browne .. 


Midleton 


Newmarket 


10444 


3rd Wednesday 


Thomas Homan .. 


Kanturk 


Passage West 


3652 


Tuesday 


Luke Howard 


Cork 


Queenstown 


14334 


Mon.Wd.&Fri 


Francis Heney 


Cork 


Rathcormac 


9066 


2nd Tuesday . . 


John Godson ,, 


Fermoy 


Reenmeen 


2796 


4th Tuesday .. 


R. Nicholson 


Bantry. 


Riverstown 


8167 


2nd Tuesday .. 


J. Lendrum 


Cork 


Rosscarbery 


IOOOI 


Alternate Wed. 


H. R. Matthews . 


Bantiy 


Schull 


(g) 


3rd Saturday .. 


P. T. Baldwin 


Skibbereen 


Shandangan 


5042 


2nd Monday .. 


Edward Carey 


Cork 


tikibbereen 


17383 


Wednesday 


Jams C. Mooney . 


Skibbereen 


Timoleague .. 


8830 


2nd Monday .. 


J. Phillips 


. Clonakilty 


Tracton 


4102 


2nd Friday 


J. J. Edgworth 


. Cork 


Unionhall 


4030 


2nd Friday 


R. J. Hungerfbrd .. 


, Skibbereen 


Youghal, pt. (e) ... 94.^8 


Thursday .. P. Coleman 


. Midleton 



fa) The remainder of Petty Sessions District ot Ballyporeen is in the county of Tipperary, (b) Municipal 
Borough of Cork, (ci Rtmaindsr In co. Kerry, fdj Remainder in eo. Limerick, ftj Remainder co,Wat<;-ford, 

!.' Included m "Jmynehob, 



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FAIRS HELD IN COUNTY CORK. 

KB* When the date falls on Sunday, the Fair is held on Monday. 



Ahacross (Kildorrery), 20 Jan., 3 Oct. 
Aghadown, 6 May, 2 Oct. 
Ball : namona, Whit Monday, 21 Aug., 5 Dec. 
Ballinen fair and flax market 2nd Wed- 

nesd .y iu every month. Horse fair 4 

Aug. 
Ballinhassig, I May, 29 June, 10 Aug., 

29 Sep f , 

Ballinspittle, 26 Dec. (St. Stephen's Day) 
Ballydehob, i Jan., 2 Feb., 12 March, 

Easter Tuesday, 25 May, 29 Tune, 24 

July, 15 Aug., 8 Sept., 10 Oct., 8 Nov., 

8 Dec. 
Bandon, 6 May, Ascension Day, 29 Oct., 

8 Nov., and 1st Wed. in every month 

except May and Nov. 
Bantry, 14 Jan., 14 Feb., 19 March, 14 

April, I May, 9 June, 15 July, 21 Au^., 

14 Sept., 15 Oct., 14 Nov., and 16 Dec. 
Bartlemy (Fermoy), 4 and 19 Sept. 
Boherbue, 7 Feb., 15 May, 15 Aug., 28 

Oct., 6 Dec. 
Blarney, 8 April, 8 and 9 June, 18 Sept., 

u Nov. 
Buttevant, 27 Mar., 20 July. 14 Oct., 20 

Nov. 
Cahirmee (Buttevant), 12 and 13 July, 

Horsts. 

Carrigadrohid, 24 June. 
Carrigtohill, 12 March, 12 May, 26 Aug., 

8 Nov. 
Carrigaline, Easter Monday, Whit Monday, 

12 Aug., 8 Nov. 
Castlemartyr, 1st Tuesday in March and 

June, 2 May, 19 July, 2 Oct., 19 Dec. 

Pig markets are held here every Tuesday 

in the months of January, February, and 

March, and are well attended. 
Castletown Bere, 12 Jan., 8 Feb., 15 and 
-30 March, 9 April, 15 May, 5 June, 8 

July, 17 Aug., 4 and 15 Sept., u and 

31 Oct., 27 Nov., 21 Dec. 
Castletownroche (Pigs], 20 April, 20 juiy, 

20 Dec. see Kilcummer. 
Charleville, 10 Jan.. 3 Feb., 16 Mar., 14 

April, 12 May, 9 June, 6 July, 15 Aug., 

12 Sept,, 10 Oct., 12 Nov., 5 Dec. Pig 

fairs on previous days. 
Clonakilty, 5 April, I June, I A'ig., 10 

Oct., 12 Nov., and 1st Monday in other 

months. 
Cloyne, 24 Feb., Easter Tuesday, Whit 

Tuesday, I Aug., 12 Sept., 5 Dec. 
Conua, Ascension day. 
Cork (Cattle Market), ist Thursday in Feb., 

May, August, and Nov. Horse fairs 

held at the Cattle market, Cork, day ! 

following Quarterly Fairs on the First \ 

Thursday in February, May, August, 

and November ; also at the City Pr.rk, 

the day following the Cork Park Races 

in Spring and Autumn, 



Cork (Fairfielcl), Monday after 25 March, 
(2 days), Trinity Monday, Monday after 
15 Aug., I Oct. 

Donoughmore, 1 8 May, 21 Nov. 

Done;-.iile, 12 April, 23 June, 14 Sept., 

15 Dec. 

Dromagh, 19 Feb., 20 May, 20 Aug , 20 

Nov. Pig market on previous days. 
Dromdeer, 12 June. 
Dunmanway, ist Tuesday in every month 

except May ; 4 May, ist Tuesday after 

12 July, 17 Sept, 26 Nov. 
Enniskeane, 5 April, 22 June, 12 Aug., 

2 Oct. 
Eyeries, 20 Feb, 28 April, 30 May, 24 June, 

10 July, 2 Sept, 29 Oct, IO Nov. 
Fermoy, last Tuesday in every month. 

Pig fairs the preceding day. Horse fair 

every second month. 
Glanworth, 15 fan., 1 6 March, 13 May, 

10 Aug., 24 Sept., 30 Nov. 
Glengowra, I Aug., I Nov. 
Glenville, 4 May, 3 Nov. 
Goleen, 20 Jan, 5 March, 25 May, 19 July, 

24 Oct, 20 Dec. 

Inchigeela, 31 May, 31 Aug, 3 Dec. 
Innishannon, 29 May, 3 Oct. 
Kanturk, ist Saturday in Jan, 17 March, 

4 May, 4 July, 29 Sept, 3 Nov, 1 1 Dec. 
Kilbrittain, 22 Nov. 
Kilcummer, 21 April, 21 July, 21 Dec ; p:^ 

fairs at Castletownroche on previous days 
Kildorrery, I May, 27 June, 3 Sept, 27 Nov. 
Killeagh, 18 Jan, 13 June, u Sept, 12 Nov. 
Kilmurry (Lissarda), I Feb, I May, 8 Sept, 

i,Nov, 21 Dec. 
Kingwilliamstown, I Feb, 24 April, 6 June, 

12 Sept, 10 Nov, 16 Dec. 
Kinsale, 4 Sept, and 3rd Wednesday in 

every month. 
Kiskeam, 30 Jan, 24 April, Corpus Christ! 

day, 20 July, 18 Oct, 15 Dec. 
Knocknagree, 7 Jan, 20 Feb, 27 A; '}, 

1 6 June, 25 July, 16 Sept, 20 Oct, 16 
Nov, 20 Dec. 

Leap, 24 May, 20 Oct. 

Liscarroll, 25 March, i and 31 May, 31 

Aug, 21 Oct, 29 Nov. 
Lisgoold (Midleton 1 , I May, 24 June, I 

Nov, 24 Dec. 
Macroom, 14 June and December, and 12 

of every other month ; pig fair previous 

day. 

Mallow, i Jan, day before Shrove Tues- 
day, 13 May, 27 July, 30 Oct. Great 

Cattle markets held here 1st Tuesday in 

each monih. 
Massy town (Macroom), 12 Feb, 12 April, 

14 June, 12 Aug, la Oct, 14 Dec. ; pig 

fair the pi jvious day. 
Midleton, 14 Feb, 14 May, 5 July, to Sept, 

JO Oct, t2 Nov, 



FAIRS AND MARKETS OF COUNTY CORTC. 



135 



Millstreet New fairs, ist of every month ; 
old fairs, 6 Jan, I March, i June, I Sept, 
I Dec. ; pig markets previous day. 
There is a good Horse fair held here on 
the ist of March. 

Mitchelstown, 10 Jan, 25 March, 23 May, 
30 July, 12 Nov, 2 Dec. 

Mogeely, 17 March, 21 Aug, 29 Oct. 

Mountuniacke, 6 Jan, 13 July. 

Nadrid, I Jan, 10 Oct. 

Newmarket, 8 June, 8 Sept, 10 Oct, 21 
Nov. 

Newmill (Rosscarbery), 25 March, Ascen- 
sion day, Corpus Christi day, 29 June. 

Roaring Water, 12 Jan, 12 April, 4 July, 
1 6 Nov. 



Rosscarbery, 26 Aug, 19 Sept, 19 Dec. 

Roslellan, 2 Feb, 25 Mar, II June, 15 Aug. 

Schull, 6 Jan, 12 Feb, 25 March, 17 April, 
10 May, 24 June, 17 July, 12 Aug, 29 
Sept, 17 Oct, I Nov, 4 Dec. 

Shandrum (Charleville), 25 May. 

Skibbereen, 2O Jan, Feb, March, April ; 
14 May, 20 June, 10 July, 2 Aug, 20 Sept, 
12 Oct, ii Nov, n and 23 Dec. 

Tracton, 5 Aug. 

Timoleague, 28 March, 5 July* 2I Aug, 
6 Dec, and 3rd Monday in every other 
month. The Timoleague monthly fairs 
are now two years in being, and are well 
attended. 

Youghal, ist Monday in every month. 



MARKETS OF COUNTY CORK. 



EAST RIDING. 

CORK CITY, butter and gen- 
eral market every day ; 
cattle, Monday and Thurs- 
day 

Charleville, Saturday 

Cloyne, Thursday 

Fermoy, Saturday 

Kanturk, Saturday 



Kinsale, Saturday 
Liscarroll, Monday 
Mallow, Tuesday and Friday 
Midleton, Saturday 
Mitchelstown, Thursday 
Queenstown, Saturday 
Youghal, Wednesday and 
Saturday 



WEST RIDING. 

Bandon, Wednesday and Sat. 
Bantry, Saturday 
Clonakilty, Friday 
Dunmanway, Tuesday 
Millstreet, Friday 
Rosscarbery, Wednesday 
Skibbereen, Wednesday and 
Saturday 



COUNTY DIRECTORY: 

CONTAINING A CLASSIFICATION OF THE NOBILITY, GENTRY, CLERGY, PROFESSIONS, 
OFFICIALS, MERCHANTS, TRADERS, SHOPKEEPERS, PRINCIPAL LANDHOLDERS ; 
CONVEYANCES, FAIRS, TOPOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTIONS, ETC. 

IN POSTAL DISTRICTS (ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED), 

POPULATIONS .-Towns and Villages, see p. 25 ; Townlands, p. 46 ; Ecclesiastical Parishes, p. 104 
Poor Law Electoral Divisions, p. 118. 



ADRIGOLE. 

Sub post-office, on the north side of Bantry bay ; 80 miles from Cork, 42 from Dun- 
manway, 24 from Bantry (head office), and 9 from Cnstietownbere. The greater portion 
of this district is wild and mountainous : tihe loftiest mountain is Hungry hi!!, 2160 feet 
above the level of the sea, and remarkable for its singular and picturesque waterfall. The 
water cascades from a lake at the top of this rocky and alrrost perpendicular mountain ; 
gathering force as it goes, it breaks into a tremendous cataract of 800 feet, expanding as 
it falls, and flinging a spray around it" that seems to cover with a thick mist a third part of 
the hill. Four miles to the east is the large Sugar-Loaf, 1 112 feet above the level of the 
sea ; and of the other mountains in this neighbourhood, the principal are the Knockna- 
fouka, the Ghoul, and the Esk. Along their summit runs the boundary line between cos. 
Cork and Kerry. Iron and copper ore abound, though neither are at present worked. 
Iron ore was formerly very extensively procured, and considerable remains still exist of 
smelting works. The Protestant church is a small edifice, with low square tower ; the 
R. C. church is at Massmount, near Adrigole. 



Mail Car. 
Bantry to Adrigole, 10 15 a.m. 

Official. 

Parish Kllcaskin (p. 74) 

Poor Law Union Castletown Berehaven 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Dr. Geo.Wm. F. Armstrong, Castletown 

Petty Sessions District Castletown, every 
2nd Friday. Magistrates, H. L. Puxley, 
P. A. Armstrong, M.D. ; clerk, Fras ( Scott 

Quarter Sessions District Bantry 



Resident Magistrate Charles O'Connell 
Sub-Inspr Constabulary S. A. W. Waters 
Constable Edmd. Cotter 

Justice of the Peace. 

White The Hon Robert, Adrigole lodge . 

Clergy. 

Neligan Rev J, R.c.c, Kilcaskin south 
O'Rielly Rev John, p.p, Kilcaskin south 

Principal Landholders. 

Sullivan Daniel Sullivan Bartholomew 



136 AGHADOWX AGHINAGH-ALLTHIE5. 

AGHADOWN and CHURCH CROSS. 

Sub post-office, on Roaring-water bay, opposite Schull ; 61 miles from Cork, 23 from 
Dunmanway, and 7 from Skibbereen (head office J. Roaring-water bay is broad and 
spacious, about three miles in length, with from eight to two fathoms of water. Half-way 
up the bay are Castle and Horse islands ; on the latter is a copper mine ; and traversing 
the mouth of the harbour are several smaller islands. In the demesne of Whitehall are 
the remains of Rincolisky castle, a seat of the Coppingers ; at the head of the bay are the 
ruins of Kilcoe, a castle of the Mac Carthys, lords of Clan-Dermott ; and on the grounds 
of Ladyview are some picturesque remains of an ecclesiastical edifice, called by the people 
of the naighbourho6d the Abbey of Our Lady. The Protestant church, on the margin of 
the river lien, is a small neat edifice ; and the R. C. church, a large and handsome build- 
ing, occupies an elevated site near Currabeg. The surface is very uneven, and in some 
parts rocky and unproductive, and of bog there is a considerable extent. Several good 
toads intersect the parish. 



Fairs. 

Aghadown, 6 May, 2 Oct 

Roaring-water, 12 Jan, 12 Ap, 4 Jy, 16 Nov 

Postmasters Aghadown, Jerh Driscoll 
Church Cross, James Barry 

Mail Car. 
Dunmanway to Skibbereen, 5 20 p.m. ; 

arr. 8 5 p.m. 
Skibbereen to Dunmanway 12 10 a.m. and 

4 25 p. m. ; arr. 2 20 and 7 5 p. m. 

Official. 

Parishes Aghadown (p. 47), Kilcoe (p. 75) 

Poor Law Union Skibbereen 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr Samuel W. Robinson 
Petty Sessions District Skibbereen, every 

Wednesday ; clerk, James C. Mooney 
Quarter Sessions District Bantry and 

Skibbereen 

Resident Magistrate Charles O'Connell 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary --C. E. B. Mayne 

Justices of the Peace. 
Becher L. Fleming, Newcourt 
Towiisend Samuel R, Whitehall 



Gentry and Clergy. 

Morrogh McCarthy, Inishbeg island 
O'Donovan Rev Jeremiah, P.P. 
O'Sullivan Rev Denis, rector Aghadown 
O'Sullivan Rev D, R.C.C. 
Stuart Henry, Reenadown 
Townsend Rev Horace, rector Kilcoe 

Principal Landholders. 

Atteridge William, Hollyhill 
Cadigane Michael, Lestarkin 
Cadigane Patrick, Ardagh 
Cadigane Timothy, Poulnacalee 
Con'nell Richard, Prohoness 
Copithorne Richard, Kilcoe 
Gollagher Patrick, Kilcoe 
Gollagher Daniel, Kilcoe 
Hegarty Jeremiah, Kilsarlaght 
Kingston Samuel, Cunnamorg 
Jennings William, Paddock 
Jagoejohn, Hollyhill 
Jagoe William, Loughmarsh 
Lawton Charles, Marsh 
Long Thomas, Paddock 
Shannon Richard, Ardnagroghei/ 



AG H I NAG H set Kilhnardruk. 

A sub-post office, served from Killinardrish. Prot. church ; and R. C. churches at 
Rushee > and Caum. In this parish are the ruined castles of Carrigadrohid and Mashana- 
glass, together with numerous raths or Danish forts, artificial caves, andj)ther remains of 
antiquarian interest. 

Postmaster Daniel Twomey- 

ALLIHIES. 

Allihies, or Clum, is a sub post, money-order, and telegraph office, overlooking Bally- 
donegan bay. This primitive, wild, and highly picturesque district is 101 miles from 
Cork, 62 miles from Dunmanway, 45^ from Bantry (the head office}, and lo l / 2 from 
Castletownbere. It is a rising place, situated at the western extremity of the peninsula 
separating Bantry bay from the Kenmare river, depending chiefly for i.3 support on the 
Berehaven mine. This mine was discovered in 1812, and is one of the richest in Ireland, 
yielding over 4000 tons of copper ore annually. There is a fishery here, which would be 
a prolific source of wealth, if properly worked, the neighbouring shores literally swarming 
with fish. Coals are unloaded, and copper ore shipped, at a jetty on the Allihies side of 
Ballydonegan bay. Hence is a prospect of the " Skelligs" and the Durseys. 
Postmaster Denis Hanlon Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 



Official. 

Parish Kilnamanagh (p. 85) 
Peer Law Union Cwtletown 



Dr. Daniel John Lyne 

Petty Sessions District Castletown, every 
iccond Friday ; clerk, Francis Scott 



ALLIHIES BALLINACURRA BALLINADEE. 



Quarter Sessions District Bantry 
Resident Magistrate Chas. O'Connell 
Sub-Inspr. Constabulary S. A. W. Waters 
Constable Edward Barren 

Places of Worship. 

Two R. Catholic churches one at Caher, 
the other at Allihies Rev. Cornelius 
O'Sullivan, P.P. ; Rev. Daniel O'Sul- 
livan, c.c. 

Prot. Epis. Rev J. Hallahan, Castlet'n, rec. 

Wesleyan Meeting-house Rev. W. R. Car- 
son, minister 

Hotel. 

Harrington's recently built 



Berehaven Mines. 
Manager R. R. Nancarrow 
Medical Officer Dr. Charles Harrison 
Purser Samuel Holllins 
Captains Joseph Chynoweth. and John 
Chigwin 

Principal Landholders. 

Cumbaw Michael, Cluin 
Hodges Michael, Cluin 
Murphy Denis, Barrees 
Murphy James, Knockroe west 
Sullivan Michael, sen., Killough 
Sullivan Michael, jun., Killough 



BALLINACURRA. 

Sub post, money-order, and telegraph office ; 15 miles from Cork, and 3 from Midle- 
ton (the head office), of which it is the shipping port, Ballinacurra is pleasantly situated 
on an embouchure of Cork harbour, at the back of the Great Island. There are some 
very extensive corn and coal stores ; also excellent quays to accommodate its grain trade, 
pp to which ships of 300 tons burden can safely sail. 



Postmaster Michael Mulcahy 

Official. 

Parishes Garranekinnefeake (p. 69), Mid- 

leton (p. 92) 

Poor Law Union Midleton 
Rate Collector Richd. Lyons, Rathcoursey 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. T. M. Dwane 
Petty Sessions Portion in Cloyne and 

Midleton Districts. Cloyne every second 

Tuesday, and Midletoa every second 

Friday ; clerk, S. M'Cullagh 
Quarter Sessions District Midleton 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary Aug. Rudge 
Constable Samuel Russell 

Justice of the Peace. 

Garde Thomas, M.A. (T.C.D.), (J.P. co. 
Waterford), Garryduff, co. Waterford ; 
Ballinacurra; Union Club, London, s.W. 

Gentry. 

Adams Robert Hedges Goold, East Ferry 
house, baronial high constable Imokilly 



M 'Sweeney Bryan, Jamesbrook 
Price Captain Talbot, R.N, East Ferry 
Rumley Wm. J, Saleen 
Smyth John James, Rathcourcey 
Vernon Major Edward, Ellenville 

Merchants and Traders. 
Bennett William, corn mercht and malster 
Charter William, coal merchant 
Powell William, flour and coal merchant 
Smart George, flour and general agent 

Principal Landholders. 

Barry John, Ballinacurra 

Carr John, Bswnard 

Cummins Michael, Rathcoursey east 

Fitzgerald James, Bawnard 

Forde Henry, Ballinacurra and Bawnard 

Hickey Peter, Ballinacurra 

Leahy Michael, Jamesbrook 

Leahy James, Jamesbrook 

M'Carthy Patrick, Castleredmond 

M'Carthy John, Castleredmend 

M'Carthy Patrick Loughathalia 

Moore John, Loughathalia 



BALLINADEE, 

Sub post office on the Bandon river ; 21 miles from Cork, 7 from Bandon (the head 
office}, 9 from Kinsale, and 5 from Innishannon. From Innishannon to Kinsale the 
Bandon river runs through a rich loamy soil, its banks here and there clothed with 
luxuriant foliage. Here also are the ruins of several old castles, the principal of which are 
Kilgobbin and Carriganass, fortresses of the MacCarthy-Reaghs. .The surrounding scenery 
is picturesque and interesting, especially in the neighbourhood of Kilgobbin castle, and 
the glen near the village of Ballinadee. The land is generally good, and nearly all under 
tillage. Protestant and R.C. churches, 

Official. 

Parish Ballinadte (p. 50) 
Poor Law Union Bandon 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. P, Crowley and Dr. A. Alcock 
Petty Sessions Districts Ballinspittle, 2nd 

Tuesday in month j clerk, P. Griffin 



Uaudon, Mondays ; clerk, S. Molony 



Quarter Sessions Districk Bandon 
Resident Magistrate George R. Cronin 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary T Rod well 

Justice of the Peace. 

Lucas George 

Clergy. 

Walkar Rev. W. C, rector, treas, Chapten 
of Cork and Rural Dean 



BALLINADEE BALUNAMOXA, 



Principal Landholders. 
Anderson R. Rnharoon 
Applebe E. A, Kiidarra 
Bernard Timothy, Kilgobbin 
Bowen J. Cole, Knocknacurra 
Bradfield James, Tullyland 
Bremun Francis, Rathdrought 
Buckley William, Ballyvolane 
Canniffe John, Kilgobbin 
Corcoran Catherine, Rathdrought 
Crowley Daniel, Baliyvolane 
Crowley Timothy, Rathdrought 
Curtin Thomas, Rathdrought 
Donoghue Jeremiah, Rathdrought 
Donovan Catherine, Knock nagapput 
Donovan Daniel, Kilaneeiig 
Falvey Daniel, Ballinadee 
Finn Catherine, Rathdrought 
Flynn Judith, Kilgobbin 
Fuller Mrs, Kiidarra 



Good William, dogbane 
Griffin John, Rathdrought 
Haines Edward, Knocknagappul 
Haines Richard, Knocknagappuj 
Joyce Denis, Ballyvolane 
Lynch John, sen, Kilgobbin 
McCarthy Denis, Kilgobbin 
Northridge Nathaniel, Kilgobbin 
Northridge Nathaniel, Raliaroon 
Northridge William, Raliaroon 
O'Rielly Michael, Ballinadee 
Rielly John, Kilgobbin 
Seymour John, Knockacurra 
Tanner Richard, Raharoon 
Teape P, jun, Cloghane 
Teape Thomas, Rathdrought 
Thomas Nicholas, Kilmacsunon 
Walsh David, Knocknagappul 
White Thomas, Rathdrought 
Wren R, Raharoon 



BALLINAMONA. 

Sub post office, 16^ from Cork, and 4^ miles from Mallow (the head office]. By an 
inquisition taken at Cork in 1854, Baliinamona, now the name of a few houses near the 
church, was found to be an ancient corporation. It was destroyed in the reign of Edward 
IV., by Morrogh O'Brien, who ruined several walled towns in Munster, amongst them 
Mourne and Buttevant in this county. Mourneabbey, a mile nearer Cork on the old 
coach road a preceptory, first of knights templars, who were suppressed in Ireland in 
1307, and afterwards of the knight hospitallers gives the name to the parish. At Quarter- 
town, on the banks of the Clyda, are extensive flour mills ; on the opposite banks of the 
river is Castlemore, an ancient fortress of the Barretts. Protestant church at Baliinamona, 
R. C. churches at Baliinamona and Burnfort. Ballyknockane is memorable as the scene 
of the Fenian rising in the south, on the 5th March, 1867. 



Fairs Whit Monday, 21 Aug, 5 Dec. 

Postal. 

Mail am 8 20 a.m.; despatched 6 2O p.m. 
Postmistress Miss Anne Nice 

Official. 
Parishes Mourneabbey (p. 93), Kilshannig 

(p. 66) 

Poor Law Union Mallow 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. Chas. H. Roche 
Petty Sessions Districts Mallow, Tuesdays ; 

clerk, A. W. Rogers. Ahaduilane, 2nd 

Thursday in month ; clerk, Jas. Lynch 
Quarter Sessions Dists. Cork and Mallow 
Res. Magistrate Capt. Robert Carr Coote 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary R, S. Carter 
Constable at Baliyknockane Philip Carroll 

Justices of the Peace. 
Newman John A Jam Richd, B.A. (Cantab), 

Dromore house j served as high sheriff of 

co. Cork 

Purcell Pierce, Dromore cottage 
Williamson Usher, Old Dromore 

Gentry and Clergy. 
Galbraith Rev. John, rector 
Hennessy Rev. P, R.C.C. 
Purcell Richard Harris, Burnfort park 
Walsh Rev R. D, P.P. 

Principal Landholders. 
Aherne Patrick, Mourneabbey 
Atkinson George, Clwhrnorgan 



Atkinson Jnmes, Clashmorgan 
Atkinson Michael, Clashmorgan 
Barrow Richard, Ballyfilibeen 
Coakley Jeremiah, Kilquane 
Connors Denis, Kilquane 
Crean Jeremiah, Mohereen 
Flynn John, Lackaneen 
Flynn Timothy, Dromahane 
Good Robert A, D-tomore 
Good Thomas, Dromore 
Golden Timothy, Carrigcleenabeg 
Hegarty Jeremiah, Baliinamona 
Horgan Patrick,. Dromahane 
Jones William, Greenhill 
Keeffe John, Mohereen 
Keeffe Michael, Ballinvuskig 
Lane William, Mohereen 
Mahony John, Ballyknockane 
Mi/ ray Thomas, Dromore 
O'R^gan P, Baliinamona 
Reardon Patrick, Carri^oleenamore 
Regan Cornelius, Monaparson 
Regin Patrick, Dromore 
Roche Edmond, Mohereen 
Sheehan Peter, Dromahane 
Sweeny Cornelius, Carrigcleenamore 
Sweeny Cornelius, Garrynageragh 
Turner Thomas, Mohereen 
Walsh Maurice, Greenhill 
Walsh Patrick, Ballyknockane 
Walsh William, Kilquane 

National Schools, 
Teachers Timothy Curtin, Denis M'Aulifff 



BALLINCOLLIG. 139 

Sub-postal, money-order, and telegraph office, 7 niiles by rail from Cork (head office}. 
Four trains a-day to and from Ballinccllig (Cork and Macroom Ry) ; fares, single 1/4, I/, 
7d, return 2/-, 1/6, i/-. Posting cars in the village. Mere are extensive gunpowder mills 
and artillery barracks. It is situated on the south banks of the Lee, over which is a stone 
bridge connecting it with the parish of Inniscarra, and on the line of road through Ma- 
gourney to Macroom. About a mile from the town stands Barrett's castle of Ballincollig, 
said to have been built in the reign of Edward III. The ruins stand on an isolated lime- 
stone rock in the midst of a plain, and consist of a square keep, about forty feet in height, 
and enclosed bawn. This castle was garrisoned botli by Cromwell and James II. : it now 
belongs to William Wise. D. I., j. p. The land in the district is of excellent quality : it 
forms part ot the limestone district that extends from near the source of the Bride, along 
its southern banks, across the vale to the west of the city of Cork, and passing through its 
southern suburbs, terminates at Blackrock. Protestant church of parish at Carrigrobane ; 
R. C. church at Ballincollig. 



Postal. 

Mails despatched 745 a.m. and 8 42 p.m. 

received 4 a.m. and 5 30 p.m. 
Postmaster Ldward Kelly 

Official. 

Parishes Carrigrohane (p. 56), Kilnaglory 
(p. 85), Corbally (p. 62), St. Nicholas 
Poor Law Union Cork (p. 98) 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. George A. Roumree, M.D. 
Relieving Officer William O'Connell 
Petty Sessions Ballincollig, every second 

Monday ; clerk, Thomas Smith 
Quarter Sessions District Cork 

Royal Irish Constabulary. 

Ballincollig district includes 9 stations 
Ballincollig, Bannowbndge, Blarney, Do- 
noughmore, Dripsey, Farran, Farnanes- 
cross, Inniscarra, Leemount 
Resident Magistrate T.Dennehy, Midleton 
Sub- Inspector Constabulary J. Mullarky 
Head- Constable James McCarry 
Constable James Caden 

Justices of the Peace. 

Adams Wallis, Carrigrohane 

T6bin Sir Thomas, Knight (1855), K.s. A., 
F.R. s. of Northern Antiq., Copenhagen j 
M.R.I. A., and D.L. of county of the city 
of Cork ; b. 1807. 

Hoare William J, Carrigrohane castle 
Gentry, Clergy, etc. 

Haines Abraham, Greenfield 

Hodder Mrs. H. T. Moore, Parknamore 

Maguire Rev. Canon Augustine, P.P. 

McSwiney Rev. Eugene J, R.c.c. 

Parker Noble, M.D, Carrigrohane 

Wise James, Carrigrohane 

Medical Practitioner. 

ilouru .\. George A, M.D., dis. med. officer 

Schools. 

Three National Schools, average pupils 355 ; 
Patron, Rev. Canon Maguire, P.P. > head 
teachers boys, Patrick Murphy ; girls, 
Mrs. O'Neill; infants, Miss K. O'Connell 

Carrigrohane National school average, 22; 
patron, Sir T. Tobin \ teacher, William 
Haslem 

Local Society. 

Ballincollig Young Men's Reading Room j 
Patrol;, Rev, Cauoa A, Maguire, p,p, 



Ballincollig Royal Gunpowder Mills 

Company, Limited. 
Manager David Somerville 
Assistant do. Edward Flanagan 
Accountants Richard and Thomas Smye 

Traders, Shopkeepers, etc, 
Barrett John, tailor 
Buckley Patrick, victualler 
Callaghan Ellen, dealer 
Casey Timothy, harness maker 
Daly James, hotel keeper 
Daly John, vintner and shopkeeper 
Denehy Denis, dealer 
Ford Denis, contractor and builder 
Green John, hotel keeper 
Kearney John, post car-owner 
Kelly Edward, postmaster and shopkeeper 
McCartney Bernard, dealer and shopkeeper 
Mclnerny Thomas, vintner 
Moore Wm., foreman cooper, powder mills 
Murphy Timothy, vintner 
O'Brien Michael, vintner 
O'Connell J, shopkeeper 
O'Keeffe, painter, glazier, and paper hanger 
Rose Alexander, vintner and shopkeeper 
Shorten John, dealer 
Swiney Daniel, tailor 
Whelan Ellen, vintner 

Principal Landholders. 
Barry James. Maglin 
Berry Nicholas, Ballincollig 
Berry Thomas, Maglin 
Bradley Daniel, Carrigrohane 
Connell Cornelius, Carrigrohane 
Cross James, Ballyshoneen 
Dunlea Denis, Kilnaglory 
Fitton Eliza, Kilnaglory 
Gleeson Mary, Ballyburden 
Kiely Jeremiah, Kilnaglory 
Leary John, Kilnaglory 
Leary Patrick, Greenfield 
Murphy Cornelius, ' arrigrorune 
Murphy Daniel, Coolroe 
Murphy John, Carrigrohane 
Murphy John D, Carrigrohane 
O'Brien Kate, Ballincollig 
3'Brien Laurence, Ballincollig 
O'Brien Morgan, Ballincollig 
O'Sullivan Jeremiah, Magliu 
Shea Daniel, Coolroe 
Sullivan James, Ballyshoneen 
Walsh Richard, Ballinwllig 



BALLINHASSIG. 

A sub post office to Cork, serving Ballymartle, etc. Trains to and from Ballinhassig 
station (C. & B. Ry), 10 miles from Cork, four times a day fares, single 2/2, 1/6, lid., 
return 3/4, 2/6, 1/6. Ballymartle station (C. & K. Ry), 17 miles from Cork, trains twice 
a day fares, single 3', 2/3, 1/5, return 4/7, 3/6, 2/6. The land is tolerably fertile, and in 
some parts of very superior quality; the Carrigaline river runs through the district. In 
1600, Ballinhassig was the scene of a battle between the followers of Florence McCarthy 
and the English. Prot. and R. C. churches at Ballinaboy and Ballymartle. The parish 
of Ballymartle derives its name from the ancient family of Mattel. 



Fairs i May, 29 June, 10 Aug, 29 Sept. 
Postmistress Mary Hainan 

Mail Car 

From Ballinhassig to Kinsale at 3 15 a.m., 
arrive at 4 45 a.m. ; vice versa at 7 25 
p.m., arrive at 8 55 p.m. 

Official. 
Parishes Ballinaboy (p. 49), Ballymartle 

(p. 51), Cullen (p. 63), Dunderrow (p. 

67), Inishkenny (p. 72), .Templemichael 

(p. 100) 

Poor Law Union Kinsale 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. George Vickery, Ballymartle 
Petty Sessions Ballymartle, every alternate 

Monday ; clerk, William Walton 
Quarter Sessions District Cork & Kinsale 
Resident Magistrate George R. Cronin 
Sub- Inspector Constabulary James Hojel 
Constable Thomas Hogan 

Justices of the Peace. 

Coghlan James B, Ballygarvan 
Lane T. R, Arlinstown 
McKenzie Thomas, Woodbrook 
Meade William R, Ballymartle 

Gentry and Clergy. 

Anderson Captain, Ballinaboy 

Barter B. T, Ballinphelic 

Desmond Rev Andrew, c.c, 

Donegan Miss, Ballinhassig house 

Fitzmaurice George, Glinny 

Green Hugh, Horsehill 

HickeyRev. A, Glen ville, rector Ballinaboy 

Hornibrook John, Corran 

Lane George M, Corran 

Meade John, Ballintober, baronial high 

constable Kinnalea 

Parker, Rev. John A, p. p. Ballinhassig 
Silliphant William, Heathfield 
Simpson George, Coolkirky house 
Stoyte Rev. J, Dooneen, rector Ballymartle 
Webb Richard, Dunderrow 

Vintners, etc. 

Barrett John, Five-mile-bridge 
Barrett William, Coolatooder 
Callaghan Mrs, Ballinhassig 
Connor John, The Half-way 
Donovan Patrick, miller 
Murphy John, Gogganshill 
Sheehan James, Ballinhasdg 
Twomey William, Old Abbey 

Principal Landholder*. 

Allen Daniel, Ballinaboy 
Barrett Richard, Old Abbey 



Barry Robert, Shanavally 
Barry Thomas, Cullen 
Bennett Thomas, Coolatooder 
Bennett W r illiam, Coolatooder 
Brien William, Ballyheedy 
Cotterell Benjamin, Ballyhooleen 
Callaghan Jeremiah, Corran 
Coleman Daniel, Slievegullane 
Coleman Jeremiah, Knockacullett 
Collins John, Coolkirky 
Connor Eugene Ballinaboy 
Cooney John, Ballynabearna 
Coveney Daniel, Glinny 
Crowley Eugene, Corruragh 
Daly John, Corruragh 
Daly Michael, Ballinamaul 
Daly Patrick, Corran 
Delany Mrs, Corran 
Donoghue William, Coolatooder 
Fitzgerald Mrs, Skehanagh 
Fitzgerald Richard, Corran 
Gooa Henry, Coolkirky 
Haly Patrick/Old Abbey 
Harrington John, Cullen 
Harrington Michael, Cullen 
Healy Thornas, Ballinaboy 
Keeffe Denis, Ballinphelic 
Keeffe Eugene, Farlistown 
Kelly Andrew, Cullen 
Kelly Michael, Ballyhooleen 
Lane George M, Corran 
Lynch Michael, Ballinphelic 
McCarthy Cornelius, Ballyheedy 
McCarthy Denis, Skehanagh 
McCarthy Denis, Clogheendnane 
McCarthy William, Ballinaboy 
Murphy Daniel, Oldabbey 
Murphy Denis, Fahanalooscane 
Murphy Humphrey, Gogganshill 
Murphy Humphrey, Scart 
Murphy James, Oldabbey 
Murphy James, Ballynabearna 
Murphy Jeremiah, Arlinstown 
Murphy Michael, Fahanalooscane 
Murphy Michael, Ballynabearna 
Murphy Michael, Ballinaboy 
Murphy Timothy, Ballynabearna 
Murphy Timothy, Fahanalooscane 
Murphy Timothy, Knocklucy 
Murray Richard, Corran 
Nagle John, Coolatooder 
Oddie William, Ballinaboy 
Regan James, Ballynacourty 
Rice Robert, Tulligmore 
Rice Tames, Brar hill 
Roberts Benjami \, Toofeett 
Robert* flohn, Rig*dl? 



6ALLINHAS9IG-BALLLVSPITTLE, 



Walsh John, Oldabbey 
Webb John, Coolcullitha 
Webb Thomas, Shanavally 
Wood William, Coolcullitha 
Wood John, Tulligbeg 
Wren William, Gogganshill 



Roberts Richard, Rathroe 
Saunders Michael, Coolatooder 
Stanley John, Ballynacourty 
Sullivan Patrick, Ballinvarrig 
Twomey Denis, Corran 
Twomey Hugh, Gogganshill 
Wall Thomas, Ballinphelic 

BALLINSPITTLE. 

Sub post-office, 25 miles from Cork, and 5 from Kinsale (head office). This postal 
district includes Ballinspittle and the promontory called the " Old Head " of Kinsale 
anciently called Duncearma, and said to have been an old seat of the Irish kings. On this 
promontory is a lighthouse, the lanthorn of which has an elevation of 294 feet above the 
level of the sea ; the ruins of the castle f Ringrone, built by Miles de Courcy, which 
give the title of baron to Lord Kingsale ; and ruins known as the church of Courtmather. 
The latter building is oblong, measuring about 35 feet by 20; it is built of unhewn stone, 
and mortar made from burned shells. It was entered by a low narrow door in the western 
gable, and lighted by slits like those in the staircase of an old castle, two of which remain. 
The eastern gable is surmounted by a rudely constructed circular arch. The Old Head 
has been tunnelled through by the waves in one place, called Holeopen bay, so that there 
is a stupendous arch, under which a small boat may pass from one bay te the other. 
At Ballinspittle are the ruins of old Coolmaine castle, a fortress of the Mac Carthy Reaghs : 
Coolmaine castle, the marine residence of Hon. H. B. Bernard, is a modern castellated 
mansion. 

Garrettstown lands and strand are so named from the family of the Cores, many of 
whom were successively named Garrett, who were before the rebellion of 1641 proprietors 
of this place. This demesne consists of a handsome mansion, partly built of hewn stone, 
and pleasantly situated on a rising ground commanding a fine prospect of the ocean and 
surrounding country; with a large walled-in park, a deep well-wooded glen, and extensive 
gardens. The land is light, but fertile, and in tolerably good cultivation ; there is a 
quarry near the Old Head, producing excellent flags. 



Fair 26 Dec. (St Stephen's day) 

Official. 

Parishes Ringrone (p. 96), Templetrine 

(p. 101) 

Poor Law Union Kinsale 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr W. Hegarty 
Petty Sessions Ballinspittle, every second 

Tuesday ; clerk, P. Griffin 
Quarter Sessions District Bandon 
Resident Magistrate George R. Cronin 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary T Rodwell 
The "Old Head" Coastguard Station- 
chief boatman, Michael Deasy. Another 
station is about being built at Howe's 
strand 

Justice of the Peace. 
Forster Abraham T, Garrettstown 

Gentry and Clergy. 
Bernard Hon Henry Boyle, J.P. (sea-side 

residence) Coolmaine castle 
Bowen Rev James, R.C.C. 
Cuthbert Thomas, Garrettstown 
Doherty J. W. (sea-side residence) Casino 
Dunlea Rev Denis, P.P. 
Gill man Richard, Sandy Cove 
Hegarty William, M.D, dispensary medical 

officer 

Howe Benjamin, Killeens 
Howe John, Glanavirane 
Nash Rev Llewellyn, Templetrine Glebe, 

curate 
Shaw William, M.P. (seaside residence) 

Coolmaine 



Schools. 

National Schools at Ballinspittle, Ringrone, 
and Ballymackean ; masters, Messrs. 
Holland and Sullivan. Th>re are also 
two Church Education schools, one at 
Templetrine church, the other at Cool- 
maine 

Traders, Shopkeepers, etc. 

Connell Patrick, vintner, Old Head 
Donovan Patrick, hotelkeeper 
Kiely Mrs, shopkeeper 
Leary Stephen, baker 
Murphy James, vintner 

Principal Landholders. 

Applebe Edward, Coolbane 
Barrett John, Ballinagragh 
Barrett John, Boggestown 
Bateman Thomas, Ballinvreidig 
Cahalane Denis, Gortnacrusha 
Connell Patrick, Ballymackean 
Dempsey Daniel ,' Lispatrick upper 
Dempsey Denis, Lispatrick upper 
Dempsey Francis, Lispatrick upper 
Dempsey Patrick, Ballyhander 
Donovan Charles, Coolyrahilly 
Donovan Daniel, Ballycatteen 
Donovan Jeremiah, C'arrigavulleen 
Donovan Laurence, Coolbane 
Galvin Denis, Kilcolman 
Galvin Michael, Kilcolman 
Geary Thomas, Ballycatteen 
1 Griffin Jeremiah,, Oldcourt 
Hannan John, Dooneen 
Hannan Thomas, Dooneen 



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Harris John, Artiteigue 
Jordan George, Ballinroe 
Keohane Corneliu?, Kilhacloona 
Keohane Jeremiah, Lispatrick lower 
Leary Daniel, Killowney 
McGrath William, Dromdough 
Murphy Jeremiah, Ballyhander 



Murphy John, Currahoo 
Murray William, Kilnacloona 
Quiiui Jeremiah, Kilcolman 
Quinn Maurice, Carrigavulleen 
Sullivan James, Kilnacloona 
Sullivan Patrick, Lispatrick up' 
Tyner John, Fort Arthur 



BALLYCLOUGH. 

Sub post-office, on the Blackwater; 26 miles frpm Cork, and 5 from Mallow (^oJ" 
a station on the Great Southern and Western Railway. One of the finest demesnes on the 
Blackwater is Longueville, the seat of Richard Longfield, D.L., j.r. Opposite Longue- 
ville, at the other side of the river, stands the old ivy-clad and stately ruins of Dromineen 
castle, built by the O'Callaghans, and now the property of J. A. Newman, j.p. In the 
Williamite wars the English kept a garrison in this castle for a considerable time. The 
castle of Ballyclough, now the property of Charles P. Coote, n. L, J. i>, was built by a family 
of the Barrys, that went by the name of Mac Roberts or Mac Robert Barry. Near the 
village is Blossomfort, the demesne of Richard Smith, J. p. Protestant and R. C. churches. 
This district rests partly on the limestone and on the shale, and the calcareous portions 
are tolerably fertile. The portions resting on the shale are stiff and retentive of moisture, 
and need drainage ; when drained, limed, and well tilled, these clays give excellent cr<v,s 
of wheat and clover. There was a spa in this town of good repute, but it is now overflown 
by an adjacent brook. 



Postal. 

Mails despatched at 6 15 p.m. 
Postmaster Cornelius Cavanagh 

Official. 

Parishes Ballyclough (p. 50), Dromdowne) 

(p. 66) 

Poor Law Union Mallow 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr Thomas W. Harrison 
Sanitary Officer... Dr Thomas W. Harrison 
Relieving Officer P. Connell 
Hon. Sec. Dispensary Committee Rev T. 

Olden 
Petty Sessions District Cecilstown, 1st 

Monday in month ; clerk, Jas O'Connell 
Quarter Sess. Dists. Mallow and Kanturk 
Resident Magistrate Captain R. C. Coote 
Sub-InspectorConstabulary EdwO'Rielly 
Constable Henry Pan- 
Justices of the Peace. 
Longfield Richard, D.L, Longueville 
Smith Richard, Blossomfort house 

Schools. 

National pupils, 104 males, 64 females 
Mrs. Longfield's Patronage, at Longueville 

pupils, 13 males, 23 females 
ChurchEducation pupils, 7 males, 7 females 

Gentry, Clergy, etc. 
Harrisson T. W r , M.D, Ballythomas house 
Langley Christopher, Kilpatrick 
Leader Rev T, P.p. 
Mitchell G. W, Waterloo house 
Murphy Rev J, c.c, Ballyclough 
Olden Rev Thomas, The Vicarage, rector 
Upington John, Lisleigh house, baronial 

high constable Orrery and Kilmore 
Walsh Rev M, c.c, Kilbrin 

Principal Landholders. 
Ahern Owen, Derryorgan 
Barrett Daniel, Mountnorth 



Barrett William, Garryduff 
Brien Edmond, jun, Wood park 
Browne James, Tullacondra 
Buckley Daniel, Gortnagross 
Burke John, Kilcranathan 
Callaghan Michael, Derryorgan 
Callaghan Denis, Derryorgan 
Callaghan Daniel, Ballykitt 
Callaghan Michael, Ballykitt 
Carley David, Mountnorth 
Carver John, Croughta 
Cashman Jeremiah, DromcLuney 
Clancey Thomas, Dromdowney 
Coleman Patrick, Kilroe 
Connell William, Croughta 
Connor Denis, Croughta 
Connor Murtagh [ohn, Croughta 
Connors Daniel, Scart 
Croke Thomas, Rathnee 
Daly William, Lisleagh 
Dulohery David, Scart 
Feighney Patrick, Ballythomas 
Fitzgerald David, Blossomfort 
Fitzgerald Matthew, Scart 
Fitzgerald Michael, Kfrpatrick 
Fitzgerald Robert, Blossomfort 
Fitzgerald William, Kiipatrick 
Gardiner Francis, Scart 
Gardiner Nathaniel, Scart 
Guard Maurice, Tullacondra 
Hanlpn Jeremiah, Ballyclough 
Higgins Jeremiah, Ballykitt 
Hutch William, Ballinookery 
Ivis William, Scart 
Lombard John, Croughta 
Mollony Charles, Rathnee 
Mollony Timothy, Rathnee 
Nagle Edmond, Dromdowney 
Nugent William, Garryduff 
O'Brien William, Kilroe 
O'Brien William, Dromdowney 
O'Connor Daniel, Mountnorth 



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143 



O'Grady William, Ballycusheen 
Regan Michael, Garryduff 
Reilly John, Scart 
Reilly William, Croughta 



Ronayne William L, Woodpark 
Sullivan Daniel, Curraghcreen 
Tarrant John, Kilcranathan 
Upington William, Curraghcreen 



BALLYCOTTON. 

Sub post office, 24 miles from Cork, n from Midleton (Cork and Yoaghal Ry), head 
office, and 7 from Cloyne, a money order and telegraph office. Cars ply between Aghada 
pier and Ballycotton, to meet the river steamers. Ballycotton is a good fishing village, 
much resorted to in summer by sea bathers. The strand is about 4 rniles long ; near the 
eastern point is Ballycrenane castle, built by the Carews ; at the western extremity Bally- 
cotton island. This island is crowned by a lighthouse, and in the proper breeding season 
is covered with sea-fowl. The view seaward from the cliffs is very extensive and pleasing. 
The sea water is particularly beneficial, as its strength is not lessened by any admixture of 
fresh water no river flowing into the bay. In Ballycotton bay and coast are taken several 
excellent kinds of fish, and there is a salmon fishery,, owned by John Litton, J.P. ; the 
adjacent land produces large crops of wheat and barley, and early crops of garden stuff. 



Postmaster and Stamp Distributor 
John Mahony 

Mail Car. 

To Midleton at 5 50 p.m, arr. 7 50 p.m. 
From Midleton at 5 30 a.m, arr. 7 30 a.m. 

Official. 

Parishes Cloyne (p. 61), Kilmahon (p. 80) 

Poor Law Union Midleton 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. Thomas M. Dwane 
Petty Sessions District Cloyne, 2nd Tues. 

clerk, Samuel McCullagh 
Quarter Sessions District Midleton 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary Aug. Rudge 
Constable P. McClelland 

Coastguard Station, 
Chief Officer George Bulley 

Gantry, Clergy, etc. 
Craig Miss, Carrigbeg 
Creed Henry, De Croix Lodge 



Evans Ven Archdeacon R. M, EastvUle 
Hodges Rev John, rector 
Keane Miss, Sunville 
Wrixon Mrs, Maryville 

Shopkeepers, etc. 

Barry Margaret Hyde John 

Kavanagh Richard Sloane John 
Finton Timothy Sloane WilNura 

Geary John 

Principal Landholders. 
Forde William, jun, Ballygeany 
Heapy Daniel, Ballygeany 
Higgins Michael, Ballycotton 
Higgins William, Maytown 
Hyde John, Ballycotton 
Keeffe Lienis, Ballybraher 
Morrison William, Ballyand*een 
Rumley William, Ballytrasna 
Scannell John, Ballytrasna 
Smiddy Thomas, Ballybraher 
Smyth Isaac, Snugboro' 
Walsh James, Ballybraher 



BALLYDEHOB. 

.Sub postal, money-order, and telegraph office, 64 miles from Cork, 26 from Dunman- 
way. and 10 from Skibbereen (head office). The name is derived from its position at the 
confluence of three streams, whose united waters are crossed by a handsome stone bridge, 
below which they expand into- a small but secure haven, near the termination of Roaring- 
water bay. Here are the Cappagh and Ballycumisk copper mines, the former mine not 
now working. Protestant and Roman Catholic places of worship; a Wesleyan minister 
attends from Skibbereen. Car for mails and passengers daily to and from Skibbereen. 

Fairs. | Quarter Sessions District Skibbereen 

I Jan, 2 Feb, 12 Mar, Easter Tuesday, 25 Resident Magistrate Charles O'Connell 

May, 29 June, 24 July, 15 Aug. 8 Sept, Sub-Inspector Constabulary R. C. Carter 

10 Get, 8 Nov, 8 Dec. 

Postal. 

Mail despatched at i 30 p.m. 
Postmaster Richard Daly 

Official. 

Parishes Schull (p. 99), Kilcoe (p. 75) 

Poor Law Union Schull 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. Stephen Sweetnam, Air hill 
Petty Sessions District Ballydehob, every 



second Friday ; clerk, R. T. Baldwin 



Constable Thomas Reid 

Justices of the Peace. 

Hicks Thomas, M.D, Derreenatra j and 

Upton lodge, Torquay 
McCarthy Denis, Coolagh cottage 
Swanton Robert H, Ballybawn house 

Gentry and Clergy. 
McCarthy Rev F, c.c. 
Noble Rev Robert, elk 
Swanton G. H, Fort view 
Swanton Robert, Gortnagrough 



fcALLYDEHOB-BALLYFEARD, 



S want on Robert, jun, The Elms 
Swanton Mrs Anne, Ballibawn west 
Taylor Mrs, Greenuvnint 
Thomas William M. E, Kappagh lodge 

Hotels. 

Daly Richard Kearney John 

Traders, Shopkeepers, etc. 

Attericlge Richard, leather cutter 

Bennett Henry J, baker, grocer, &c. 

Brown Hastings, vintner 

Crowley Francis, vintner 

Daly Richard, grocer and vintner 

Dennehy Michael, vintner 

Dennis James, vintner 

Donnellan Isabella, grocer 

Donovan Denis, vintner 

Driscoll Denis, vintner 

Hodnett Richard, seed merchant 

Jagoe Abraham, merchant 

Jagoe Samuel & Co, general merchant 

Jordan John, vintner 

Justice Henry, hardware merchant 

Lovell William S, draper 



McCarthy Charles, vintner 

Murphy Joseph, vintner 

Sullivan J. D, vintner 

Tully John, vintner 

Young John, vintner 

Young William T, grocer and baker 

Principal Landholders. 

Atteridge Thomas, Coolaghbeg 
Brown Hastings, Ballydehob 
Burke John, Lissaclarig 
Connell Samuel, Carravoley 
Connell Thomas, Arduramore 
Copithorne George, Gurteenulla 
Duggan Jeremiah, Foilnamuck 
Mahony Florence, Gurteenakilla 
Shannon George, Gurteenakilla 
Shannon Thomas, Lissaclarig west 
Shannon William, Cusovinna 
Swanton Hugh H, Gortnagrough 
Swanton Thomas, Coolcaha . . 
Swanton William, Knockroe 
Sweetman Austin, Shanavagh 
Sweetman Samuel, Murranin 



BALLYFEARD. 

Sub post office, 12 from Cork, and 8 miles from Kinsale (head office}, Carrigaline is 
the nearest money-order and telegraph office. In the parish of Tracton there was an 
abbey of Cistercian monks, founded by the Mac Carthys in 1224. This foundation was 
confirmed by Edward III, and the abbots of it formerly sat in Parliament. The monks, 
who came from Alba Lauda, in Wales, called the abbey De Alba Tractu. Great multi- 
tudes resorted here on every Holy Thursday, as it was reported the monks were in pos- 
session of a portion of the true cross. On this part of the coast are several caves made by 
the working of the sea, in which seals breed. Protestant and Roman Catholic churches. 
The land is, in general, very good, and principally under tillage. 



Fair Tracton, 5 Aug. 

Postal. 

Mail despatched at 4 30 p.m. 
Postmaster John Lynch 

Official. 

Parishes Ballyfeard (p. 51), Ballyfoyle (p. 

51), Kilmonoge (p. 84), Kinure (p. 88), 

Nohoval (p. 94), Tracton (p. 102) 
Poor Law U nion Kinsale 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. W. McDermott 
Petty Sessions District Tracton, every 

second Friday ; clerk, J. J. Edgeworth 
Quarter Sessions Districts Cork, Kinsale 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary James Hojel 
Constable John Magrath 

Coast Guard Stations. 

Oysterhaven chief officer, William Nelson; 
Robertscove chief boatman, Mr. McBride 

Justice of the Peace. 
Hennessy John C, Ballindeasig house 

Gentry and Clergy. 

Anderson Rev R. O. N, curate Tracton 
Donohue Rev Denis, P.P, Reagrove 
Gallway James, Fortrichard 
McDonnell Charles, Lahar.^n 
Roberts Thomas, Kinure 



Rogers Rev John C, rector Nohoval 
Walsh Rev John, P.P, Ballingarry 
Whitney Henry H, Nohoval 
Whitney William, Knocknaff 

Medical Practitioner. 

McDermott William, M.D, Ballyfeard dis- 
pensary medical officer 

Principal Landholders. 

Ahern Cornelius, Piercetown 
Ahern Cornelrus, Ballingarry 
Ahern David, Ballingarry 
Ahern John, Ballyvorane 
Ahern James, Annacarriga 
Ahern Thomas, Ballyvarosig 
Ahern William, Ballingarry 
Brien Thomas, Ballinluig 
Coleman Bartholomew, Farraneen 
Coleman Bartholomew, Fartha 
Coleman Philip, Ballingarry 
Col ins Cornelius, Annefield 
Collins Thomas, Derrynagasha 
Coveney John, Ballingarry 
Cronin John, Ballinvarosig 
Daly John, Ballinluig 
Daunt William, Springhill 
Davis George, Kinure 
Davis John, Knockleigh 
Davis Richard, Kilbeg 
Davis William, Duonavannig 



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145 



Leahy John, Doonavannig 
Locke Benjamin, Fart ha 
McCarthy Jeremiah, Dunbogey 
McCarthy Jeremiah, Ballinwillin 
McCarthy John, Rigsdale 
McCarthy John, Annaghbeg 
McCarthy John, Rigsdale 
McDaniel Bartholomew, Ballyhamsane 
McDonnell John, Annacarriga 
Murphy Cornelius, Rigsdale 
Murphy Denis, Rigsdale 
Murphy Thomas, Annaghbeg 
Murphy Thomas, Clogheenduane 
Murphy William, BalTindeenisk 
Neill Denis, Dunbogey 
Quinn Maurice, Kinure 
Walsh John, Fartha 
Walsh William, Fartha 



Donovail Cornelius, Ballyhamsam* 
Drinan Thomas, Reagrove 
Fennel 1 Michael, Reagrove 
Fennell Patrick, Reagrove 
Gash Benjamin, Killehagh 
Gash Richard, Copleens 
Gash Richard, Killthagh 
Gash John, Ardnaboha 
Gash William, Knocknahowlinne 
Gash William, BallindeenisV 
Good John, Ballinluig 
Harrington Daniel, Ballingany 
Hosford John, Dunbogey 
Kidney Denis, Doonavannig 
Kidney William, %llyherkin 
Kiely Cornelius, Ballingarry 
Kielyjohn, Ballinvarrig 
Kiely Thomas, Ballyregan 
Lane Timothy, Ballinvarrtg 

BALLYHOOLY. 

Sub-office, on the Blackwater river, at which is a station of the Fermoy and Lismore 
branch of the G. S. and W. Ry. ; two trains daily single 5/3, 4/2, 2/- ; return 8/6, 7/-, 
3/6 ; 33 miles from Cork, 13 from Mallow (head office], and 4 from Castletownroche, a 
money-order and telegraph office. Ballyhooly is called in the Book of Lismore Ath-Ubhla 
{the Irish Ubhla signifying apple trees, or place of apples) ; Joyce gives the meaning as 
"The town of the Appleford. This district extends on both sides of the Blackwater; 
the land on the south side of the river is chiefly mountain pasture, forming part of the 
Nagle mountains, and based on a substratum of brown stone ; that on the north side has 
a good limestone soil. Near Ballyhooly is Convamore, the splendid demesne of Earl 
Listowel, beautifully situated along the banks of the Blackwater, and commanding an 
interesting view of the valley of the river, and the ruins of the ancient castle of Ballyhooly, 
which with the present church, erected in 1774, and the ruins of the former, present a 
highly picturesque and interesting group. Ballyhooly castle was formerly one of the prin- 
cipal fortresses of the Roches. About a mile above Convamore the Awbeg (the Mulla of 
Spenser) meets the Blackwater, and then passes beneath the rocky cliffs of Renny. At 
Kenny is a fine old tree called " Spenser's oak." There is also a handsome Gothic R. C. 
church at Ballyhooly, lately built, in early English style. 



Postmaster William Evans 

Official. 

Parishes Ballyhooly (p. 51), Bridgetown 
(p. 53), Castletownroche (p. 57), Dunma- 
hon (p. 67), Kilcummer (p. 77), Killathy 

(P- 79) 

Poor Law Union Fermoy 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr Thos. Tuckey, M. B, Castletownroche 
Relieving Officer Patrick Sweeny 
Petty Sessions District Castletownroche, 

2nd Thursday in month ; clerk, Richard 

Smyth 

Quarter Sessions District Fermoy 
Resident Magistrate Richard John Eaton 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary T. Fleming 
Constable Joseph Dixon 

National Schools. 

Master, Mr Twohill ; mistress, Miss Tobin 

Peer. 

Listowel, Earl of, 1822; Viscount Ennis- 
more, 1816 ; Baron Ennismore, 1800 
(Irld.) ; Baron Hare, 1869 (Unit. Kgd.) 
William Hare, 3rd Earl ; K.P. (1873); 
b. 29 May, 1833 ; s. his father, 4 Feb, 



younger daughter of the Right Hon. 
Lord Ernest Bruce, M.P. Issue: 

William Granville, Viscount Ennis- 
more ; b. 12 Sept, 1866 
Lady Margaret Ernestine Augusta 
Lady Beatrice Mary 

RES. Convamore, Ballyhooly ; King- 
ston House, Knightsbridge, London, 
S.W. ; White's Club, S.W. 

Justices of the Peace. 
Mountcashel, Earl of 
Starkey William, M.D, Woodville house 

Gentry and Clergy. 
Campbell General, Ballyhooly house 
Conner Rev Francis, rector 
O'Keeffe Rev Timothy, R.c.C. 
Roberts Major, Renny 

Traders, Shopkeepers, etc. 

Connor Mrs Elizabetn, vintner 
Evans W, baker 
McSweeny P, baker, etc. 
O'Sullivan Jeremiah, vintner 
Rice Mrs Maryanne, hotelkeeper, etc. 

Principal Landholders. 

Ahern John, Ballyhooly south 
Barry Maurice, Ballyhooly 



1856 ; m. 31 Aug, 1865, Ernestine Mary, | Barry Maurice, Cooliney 



146 



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Barry Thomas, Kilquane 

Barry Thomas, Ballylegane 

Blake Thomas, Ballyhooly north 

Brien Cornelius, Ballinvoher 

Callaghan John, Killathy 

Callaghan Timothy, Ballinvoher 

Carey Denis, Killathy 

Carey Patrick, Ballyhooly 

Casey Michael, Inchinapallas 

Clancy Patrick Barry, jun, Ballyhooly nth 

Clancy Patrick Barry, sen, Ballyhooly sth 

Cleary Michael, Castleblagh 

Connell Bartholomew, Ballymaclaurence 

Connell John, Ballynamuddagh 

Connor Robert, Lisheen 

Flynn Maurice, Ballyhooly south 

Gallagher William, Grange 

Hartnett Denis, Gurteen 

Hayes Jeremiah, Ballymaclaurence 

Hayes John, Grange 

Hegarty William, Castleblagh 

Hickey Michael, InchinapaLlas 

Leahy Patrick, Gortroche 

Leamy John, Johnstown west 

Linehan William, Ballymacphilip 

Lombard David, Lisheen 



Lombard John, Killathy ' 
Lombard Patrick, Killathy 
Lombard Richard, Ballymacallen 
Lombard Richard, Ballymaclaurence 
Lombard William, Castleblagh 
McCarthy Charles, Ballyhooly south 
McCarthy Jeremiah, Gortroche 
McDonnell Michael, Kilcummer 
McGrath Thomas, Johnstown west 
McNamara Cornelius, Downing 
Moore Denis, Ballyhooly south 
Murphy Daniel, Lougheruane 
Murphy David, Boherdouge 
Murphy Richard, Ballyhooly south 
Noonan Denis, Ballyhooly north 
Noonan Margaret, Ballydague 
Noonan John, Johnstown east 
Purcell Mrs, Ballyhooly north 
Quinlan John, Ballyhooly south 
Quirk Michael, Ballyhimock 
Roche David, Cregg south 
Roche John, Gurteen 
Roche Maurice, Inchinapallas 
Roche Richard, Inchinapallas 
Smith Henry, Gortroche 



BALLYMACODA. 

Sub post office to Cork, served from Castlemartyr : it is 25 miles from Cork, and 4 
from Killeagh. This district forms a peninsula on the south-western side of Youghal bay. 
Its general aspect is hilly, and the coast bold and rocky. R. C. church at Ballyinacoda ; 
the village is about a mile inland from the coast. 



Postmistress Bridget O'Brien 
Official. 

Parish Kilmacdonagh (p. 80) 

Poor Law Unions Midleton and Youghal 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

5r. James J. Foley, Killeagh 
Petty Sessions District Castlemartyr, every 

second Monday ; clerk, W. Weakliam 
Quarter Sessions District Midleton 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary Aug. Rudge 

Clergy. 

Ahern Rev James, c.c. Ladysbridge 
Barry Rev Robert C, c.c. 
Fielding Rev C, P.P. Ladysbridge 



Principal Landholders. 

Boozan Patrick, Ballycrenan 
Boozan Richard, Ballycrenan 
Dyer Edmond, Ballycrenane 
Fitzgerald, Michael J, Ballykineally 
Gleeson Thomas, Ballymacoda 
Keefife John, Bally daniel 
Lawton Patrick, Kilcraheen 
Leahy William, Kilcredan 
Lynch Edmond, Kilcredan 
Neville Michael, Aghayine 
O'Neill Philip, Ballydaniel 
Stanton David, Rathaha 
Taylor Thomas, Ring 



BALLYNEEN or BALLINEEN. 

Sub post, money-order, and telegraph office, 30 miles from Cork and ro from Bandon 
(head office). Ballineen, at which is a station of the West Cork Ry, is a healthy and pretty 
little town, overhanging the Bandon river, in the parish of Ballymoney. It consists of one 
street running east and west, and of another street starting from its centre, and running 
due south to the Bandon river. It contains a market -house, court-house, one or two good 
inns, a Wesleyan chapel, a new gothic Protestant church, etc. ; the R. C. church of the 
district lies between Ballineen and Enniskeane. A farmers' club, presided over by the 
Earl of Bandon, hold their meetings here on monthly fair days. Three trains daily 
between this and Cork : fares single, 5/9, 4/3, 2/8 ; return, 8/9, 7/-, 4/5 



Fairs and Flax Market. 
2nd Wednesday of ever}' month ; horse fair 
on 4 Aug. 

Mail Car 

From Bandon to Bantry, vid Ballineen, 5 45 
a.m. ; returning at 4 45 p.m. 



Postal 

Mails arrive at 5 35 a.m. and 5 10 p.m. ; 
despatched at 7 15 p.m. daily, and 6 30 
p.m. on Sundays 

Postmistress Mrs Stanley. 



BALLWEEN. 



Official. 

Parishes Ballymoney (p. 52), Kinneigh 

(P- 8?) 

Poor Law Union Dunmanway 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr Andrew Hamilton Bryan 
Poor Rate Collector Timothy Coakley, 

Manch 
Petty Sessions District Ballineen, every 

second Monday; clerk, Edward Connor 
Quarter Sessions Bandon 
Resident Magistrate George R Cronin 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary Jas O'Donel 
Constable John Phelan 

Schools. 

Ballineen pupils, rolls 156, average 81 
males ; rolls 138, average 73 females ; 
teachers, Cornelius and Margt. O'Driscoll 

Ballinacarriga National Patron, p.p. Dun- 
manway ; teacher, Mr O'Connor 

Ballymoney (mixed) Parochial pupils, 30 
males, 33 females ; teachers, Margaret 
J. Connor and Margaret J. Peyton 

Cappeen pupils, rolls 92, average 50 
males; rolls 113, average 67 females; 
teachers, Denis and Johanna O'Leary 

Connagh (mixed) pupils, rolls 122, average 
55 ; teacher, Daniel Sheehan 

Church Education pupils, 30 ; teacher, 
Mrs Howell 

Justices of the Peace. 

Connor Daniel, Manch house 
Connor Daniel, jun, Manch house 
Lamb William A, Kilcoleman park, Bandon 
Townsend Hume Edward, Coolnaconarthy 
house, Clonakilty 

Clergy and Gentry. 

Fleming Rev Horace T, rector Ballymoney 

Bryan Andrew Hamilton, .M.D, dispensary 
medical officer 

Collins Rev John, R.c.c. 

Daunt William O'Neill, Kilcaskan castle 
(author of " Saints and Sinners," " Ire- 
land and her Agitators," " Hugh Talbot," 
"Wife Hunter, " &c.) 

Daunt William, Derrigra 

Holmes Walter, Carrigmore 

Traders, Shopkeepers, etc. 
Brown Thomas, hotel keeper 
Crowley John, Ballynacarriga, vintner 
Donovan Patrick, vintner 
Enright Daniel, vintner 
Fehelly Patrick, shopkeeper 
Fenwick Thomas, Ballynacarriga, miller 
Good James, vintner 
Good Jane, shopkeeper 
Godsill William, shopkeeper 
Hayes John, Ballynacarriga, vintner 
Lannin William, shopkeeper 
Morgan Eliza, shopkeeper 
M'Carthy James, Derrigra, vintner 
Murray Jeremiah, draper 
O'Neill John, vintner 
Peyton Isaac, shopkeeper 



Ryan William, shopkeeper 
Shorten James, shopkeeper 
Skuse Maryanne, draper 
Sullivan Owen, Manch, miller 

Principal Landholders. 
A hern John, Buddrimeen 
Ahern Thomas, Buddrimeen 
Barrett Cornelius, Fortrobert 
Barrett John, Currabeg 
Birch Edward, Ballynacarriga 
Brien Cornelius, Girlough 
Brien Patrick, Kilvinane 
Brown Thomas, Baliineen 
Carey Daniel, Currycrowley 
Coakley Timothy, Manch 
Collins D. M, Edincurra 
Crowley Cornelius, Kilcaskan 
Crowley Daniel, Manch west 
Crowley James, Girlough 
Crowley James, Phale upper 
Crowley John, Ballynacarriga 
Crowley Timothy, Manch west 
Daunt William, Derrigra 
Donovan Daniel, Currycrowley 
Donovan Daniel, Manch 
Donovan Denis, Derrigra west 
Donovan John James, Manch 
Driscoll Cornelius, Liscroneen 
Driscoll Cornelius, Kilvurragh 
Driscoll Cornelius, Phale lower 
Driscoll John, Phale lower 
Fitzgerald Daniel, Manch 
Foley Patrick, Ballyvelone 
Godsil John, Cappeen east 
Good James, Ballineen 
Good John, Phale 
Good Joseph, Kilvurragh 
Good Osmond, Cappeen east 
Good William, jun, Kilvurragh 
Hayes Nathaniel, Derrigra 
Hosford Joseph, Shanavagh 
Hosford William, Fortrobert 
Hurley Daniel, Currycrowley 
Jagoe Robert, Inchifune 
Kearney James, Shanavah 
Kearney John, Girlough 
Kearney Timothy, Kilvinane 
Kearney Timothy, Manch 
Lannin W T illiam, Ballineen 
Lordon Patrick, Liscroneen 
Mangin John, Shanavah 
M 'Carthy Owen, Shanavah 
M 'Carthy Daniel, Carrigeen 
M'Cullough Mary, Manch 
Patterson Richard, Buddrimeen 
Peyton Isaac, Ballineen 
Regan John, Derrygra 
Scholfield Benjamin, Knockaneacly 
Scholfield Robert, Currycrowley 
Stanley William, Currycrowley 
Stanley Francis, Currycrowley 
Shorten James, Ballineen 
Tanner Jonathan, Ballineen 
Tanner Walter, Ballineen 
Unkles James, Ardea 



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BALLYVOURNEY BALTIMORE. 



BALLYVOURNEY. 

Sub post-office to Cork, served from Macroom ; 36 miles north-waet of Cork, and IO 
from Macroom. Much of the land in this district is mountainous, but a considerable 
portion has been brought into cultivation. St. Abban, who lived to a very advanced age, 
and died in 650, founded a nunnery at this place, which he gave to St. Gobnata. The 
ruins of the conventual church are very extensive and interesting, and in one of the walls 
is a head carved in stone, regarded with much veneiation ; adjacent is a well dedicated to 
St. Gobnata, much frequented by devotees. From the ruins is a fie view of the Kerry 
mountains, which, like an immense wall, are ranged several miles from north to south, 
and divide both counties : they are mostly rude naked rocks, of a prodigious height. In 
the vicinity of Ballyvourney is a circular stone fort, with subterranean galleries. The 
Prot. church is a small neat edifice, the R. C. church a plain and spacious building. 



Postmistress Anne Chisholm 

Official. 

Parish Ballyvourney (p. 52) 
Poor Law Union Macroom 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. William H. Kent 
Petty Sessions District Ballyvourney, every 

4th Tuesday ; clerk, John Grainger 
Quarter Sessions District Macroom 
Resident Magistrate Charles O'Connell 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary T B Wilson 
Constable Thos. Stapleton 

Justice of the Peace. 

O'Sulli van Herbert Baldwin, Cloghina house 

Medical Practitioner. 
Dr Wm H Kent, dis. med. officer 

Clergy. 

Foley Rev Patrick, P.P. 
Kircnoffer Rev Richard B, rector 
Twomey Rev Timothy, R.c.c. 



Principal Landholders. 
Creed John, Knockanure 
Cronin Cornelius, Knockanure 
Good James, Cappagh 
Good Edward, Cappagh 
Good Thomas, Gurtnatubrid 
Kelleher Humphrey, Coomnaclohy 
Kelleher John, Cahercarney 
Lucey John, Ballymakeery 
Lynch John, Gortnagross 
Lynch Daniel, Derrynasagert 
Lyons Daniel, Knockavullig 
Lucey John, Lamanough 
Quill Michael, Lamanough 
Riordan Timothy, Slievreigh 
Riordan John, Slievreigh 
Swiney John, Shanacloon 
Swiney Michael, Gortnafenshion 
Toomey Jeremiah, Coomnaclohy 
Twomey Michael, Cappagh 
Twomey Michael (Patrick), Coolavodjg 
Twomey Patrick, Shanacloon 
Millers. Peter and Anne Chisholm 



BALTIMORE. 

Sub post-office, 62 miles from Cork, 24 from Dunmanway, and 7 J from Skibbereen (head 
office). It is supposed to have been a principal seat of Druidical worship Beal-ti-mor sig- 
nifying "The Great Habitation of Beal." Baltimore, situated on the eastern side of an har- 
bour of the same name, belonged originally to the O'Driscolls, who, before the English 
invasion, possessed the whole of Carbery. There was a colony of English Protestants settled 
here by Sir Thomas Crooke, who leased the place from Sir Fineen O'Driscoll, and through 
whose interest the town was incorporated in 1613 ; it had the privilege of sending two 
members to the Irish parliament up to the Union. In 1631, two Algerine pirates entered 
the harbour, plundered the place, and carried off about one hundred of the inhabitants 
captives to Algiers, from which accident it never recovered. Here and at Ardagh are 
rums of castles of the O'Driscolls. The extensive and picturesque ruins of Baltimore castle 
still remain, but of Ardagh castle only a small fragment exists. The surface is hilly, and 
in some places rise to a considerable elevation. The land is rocky ; good freestone is 
found near the shores of the inner harbour, and slate exists in several places. Many 
large and handsome houses have been recently erected in the neighbourhood ; there is a 
handsome Protestant parish church, R. C. church at Rath, coastguard station, constabu- 
lary barracks, hotel, posting cars, a small pier, etc. 



Postmistress and Hotelkeeper Miss 

Cuthbert 

Official. 

Parish Tullagh (p. 102) 
Poor Law Union Skibbereen 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr Samuel W Robinson 
Petty Sessions District- -Skibbereen, every 

Wednesday ; clerk, Jas C Mooney 
Quarter Sessions District Skibbereen 
Resident Magistrate Chas O'Connell 



Sub-Inspector Constabulary C E B Mayne 

Constable John Beirne 

Chief Officer Coastguard John Halsey 

Clergy. 

Collins, Rev Daniel, P.P, Rath 
Jones Rev Jonas, rector, Tullagh 

Principal Landholders. 
Browne John, Church strand 
Goodchild John 



BALTIMORE BALLINCURRIG BANDON. 



49 



Beamish Robert T, Baltimore 
Collins John, Rath 
Hutchinson Michael, Rath 
Payne Freke, Rath 
Ross William, Baltimore 



Salter John, Rath 
Skinner Henry, Rath 
Shipsey Jacob, Rath 
Skinner John, Rath 
Skinner William, Rath 



BALLINCURRIG. 

(Post Town Midleton.) 

No' post-office at Ballincurrig ; a Rusal Messenger starts from Midleton office at 6 a.rr 
and returns at 6 p.m. every day (Sunday excepted) ; 15 miles from Cork, and 6 from 
Midleton (head office). The lands in this district consist of pasture and arable, with a 
small portion of woodland, bog, and mountain. The beautiful glen of Ballyedmond 
contains some fine plantations, and is traversed by the river Curra in its course to Midle- 
ton ; Caherduggan and Dundellerick are elegant residences, standing in extensive and 
richly wooded demesnes. Protestant and R. C. churches at Lisgoold. 



Official. 

Parishes Lisgoold (p. 89), Templebodan 
(p. 100), Templenacarriga (p. 100) 

Poor Law Union Midleton 

Registrars Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Dr. Wm. Buckmaster and Dr. Ryan 

Petty Sessions District Midleton, every 
second Friday ; clerk, S. McCullagh 

Quarter Sessions District Midleton 

Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 

Sub-Inspector Constabulary Aug. Rudge 

Constable John Curtin 

Justice of the Peace. 

Barry Capt. Richard Hugh Smith, Bally- 
edmond 

Gentry and Clergy. 
Barry Edmond, Ballynaskeha 
Barry Miss Penelope Standish, Lsmlara 
Barry Pierce, Dundellerick 
Beamish Rev. N, rector Templenacarriga 
Cronin Rev John, P.P, Lisgoold 
Gwynne Rev George John, rector Lisgoold 
O'Callaghan Cornelius, Caherduggan - 
O'Donnell Rev Stephen, c.C, Lisgoold 
Riordan John, Lisgoold 
Wilson Henry, BaTlinaclohy 

Woollen Manufacturer. 

Cogan John, Ballincurrig 

Principal Landholders. 
Barry James, Ballyerra 
Barry John, Walsh townmore 
Barry Laurence, Ballytrasna 



Barry Michael, Ballyleagh 
Barry Michael, Lackenbehy 
Barry Patrick, Corballybane 
Broderick Michael, Glengariffmoro 
Buckley John, Lisgoold East 
Buckley Michael, Clash East 
Buckley Patrick, Clash East 
Buckley Patrick, Corbally 
Buckley William, Lisgoold East 
Connell Patrick, Templebodan 
Conroy Thomas, Carrig 
Cotter John, Ballincurrig 
Fitzgerald Edmond, Ballyvatta 
Fitzgerald John, jiaUyvatta 
Fitzgerald John, Peafield 
Hegarty John, Lisgoold East 
Hegarty Richard, Ballincurrig 
Larfe Edmond, Curraghcondon 
Leahy Bartholomew, Lisgoold West 
Lomasney William, Peafield 
McCarthy James, Ballybrenagh 
Moore John, Walshtownmore 
Murphy Thomas, Reisk 
O'Regan Thomas, Peafield 
O'Regan Timothy, Ballytrasna 
Prynne James, Cprbjillybane 
Riordan Denis, Peafield 
Riordan Denis, Lisgoold 
Riordan John, Lisgoold 
Riordan Martin, Lisgoold West 
Sheridan William, Condonstown 
Stack Edmond, Templenacarriga 
Stack Tfoomas, Ballyedmond 
Walsh William, Ballincurrig 



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BANDON BOROUGH. 

Bandon is a parliamentary borough, market, and head post-town, on the Bandon river 
from which it derives its name 20 miles from Cork, by rail. This formed a part of the 
grant of forfeited estates made to Phane Beecher, in Elizabeth's reign. The patent, which 
is dated September the 3Oth, 1588, granted to " Phane Beecher, of London, the castle of 
O'Mahony (alias Mahoun's castle), and the moiety of all the lands and hereditaments 
therein 14000 acres at the yearly rent of 66 135. 4d." These grants were subsequently 
purchased by the first Earl of Cork, an*d Francis Bernard ancestor of the Earls of Bandon. 
The town was incorporated 1613. It contains two Protestant and two R. C. churches, a 
Presbyterian and two Methodist chapels, a convent, endowed superior school, union work- 
house, military barracks, court house, bridewell, etc. Christ church, Kilbrogan, was built 
in 1610, on the site of a Danish fort, and enlarged by the Earl of Cork in 1625 ; and was 
the first edifice ever raised in Ireland for Protestant worship. The building is of the early 
English style of the I3th century, and consists of a nave, chancel, and two trinsepts. Bally- 
modaii church (dedicated to St. Peter) was built 1849, on the site of the old church erected 
in 1614. It is of the Decorated style of Gothic architecture, and consists of a nave, two 



I 5 o ADVERTISEMENT. 

CIVIL, MILITARY, NAVAL, & COLLEGIATE 

BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, 

/, CAM DEN PLACE, CORK. 

PRINCIPAL : 

W. J. KNIGHT, LL.D, A.B., T.C.D, 

Emeritus Graduate in Law, First Honorman in Mathematics, First Honorman 

in Experimental Physics, First Science Prizeman, Honorman in Logic, 

Medallist of the Department of Science and Art 

BAN.DON MEN, 
PUPILS OF DOCTOR KNIGHT, 

Who have specially distinguished themselves. 



J. HERON, ESQ., B.E., Q.U.I., 

Matriculated in the Queen's College, Cork, October, 1870; gained 

Scholarships and Prizes during his undergraduate course, amounting in 

mere money value to ^75 ; and finally graduated as Bachelor 01 

Engineering, October, 1873. 

W. KINGSTON, ESQ., B.E., Q.U.I., 

Matriculated in Queen's College, Cork, October, 1871 ; gained Scholarships 

and Prizes all through his undergraduate course ; and took the Degree oi 

B.E., with First Class Honors and Gold Medal, October, 1874. 

B. K. JAGOE, ESQ. M.D., Q.U.I., 

Matriculated in Queen's College, Cork, October, 1869, in the Faculty ol 

Medicine ; and having passed, with credit, through his undergraduate course, 

graduated on the most distinguished answering, October, 1873. 



Lists of Successes at the Indian Civil Service ; Direct Com- 
missions, Woolwich ; Scholarships, Q. C. C. ; Honors and 
Prizes, T.C.D. ; &c., &c., &c., 

MAY BE SEEN AT THE SCHOOL. 
See also pages of this Directory facing Bantry, Charleville, 
Mallow, Midleton, and Queenstown. 



BANDON. 



aisles, two transepts, and a chancel. The interior is spacious and of a commanding 
character. In this church is a fine old monument to the memory of Francis Bernard, 
justice of the Court of Common Pleas, who died in 1731, and other members of the 
Bernard family. The present Roman Catholic church of Kilbrogan occupies the site of 
the ancient church of St. Michael ; and the new Catholic church on north side of the 
river is a large and handsome Gothic structure. 

About a mile to the south-west of the town is Castle-Bernard, the splendid mansion 
and noble park of the Earls of Bandon. The more modern residence, built by Judge 
Bernard, is incorporated with the old fortalice of Castle-Mahon v built in the reign of 
King John. The Bandon river rises in Mount Owen, parish of Fanlobbus. In its course 
to Bandon, the river passes by Dunmanway Kilcaskan demesne Manch Carrigmore 
Bailineen Enniskeane Palace Anne Carhue in its course receiving the waters of the 
Kaal and Duvawain . From Carhue to the town it flows through a wide valley of the 
Castle-Bernard demesne under the shadow of oak trees "of wonderful length," herds of 
deer here and there dotting its banks. Passing Bandon, it winds through a richly-wooded 
country, rife with historic recollections, by Innishannon Ballinadee, to Kinsale harbour, 
receiving the Bridewell and Mugin, two other considerable rivers. A limited trade is 
carried on by means of this river, which is navigable for barges to Innishannon. The 
land is accounted tolerably fertile and good, and in the pastures of this locality are to be 
found some of the best bred cattle in Ireland. 

The West Cork Railway is open to Dunmanway, a distance of 17 miles. This line, 
together with the Cork and Kinsale Junction, and the Cork and Macroom Railway, runs 
into the Cork and Bandon Line, the terminus of which is in the centre of the town. 
Coaches and cars between the Bandon terminus and Bantry, Clonakilty, Courtmacsherry, 
Kilbrittain, Skibbereen, and Timoleague. 

The borough of Bandon returns one member to Parliament, and the lighting, cleansing, 
and watching are vested in eighteen commissioners, under gth Geo. IV. c. 82. Quarter 
and Petty Sessions are held here. 

Summary of Census, 1871. Bandon Parliamentary Borough and Township. 



Area in stat. acres 446 

Houses 974 

Farmsteadings 547 

Number of Families 1322 

Persons 6131 

Males 2931 



Females.. 3200 

Under 12 year old 1726 

i2andunder2O 982 

20 and under 40 1613 

4oupwards 1810 

Roman Catholics 4186 



Prot. Episcopalians... 1560 

Presbyterians ...,, 1 06 

Methodists .'..... 250 

Read and Write 3156 

Readonly 599 

Illiterate 2376 



Fairs. 

The 1st Wednesday in every month ; Old 
Fairs 6 May, Ascension day, 29 October, 
8 November 

Fairs are not held on the ist Wed. in May 
and Nov., in consequence of the old 
fairs coming so near 

Market days. 
Every Wednesday and Saturday 

Postal. 

Postmaster Thomas Lovell, Bridge street 
Mails despatched East, 10 o a.m, 8 30 

p.m.; West, 4 o a.m, 4 30 p.m.; South, 

5 3 am. 

Mails received 3 o a.m, 4 o p.m. 
Mails despatched from Cork for Bandon, 

2 30 p.m, i 30 a.m. 

SUB POST OFFICES. 



Ballinadee 

Bailineen 

Butlerstown 

Castlefreke 

Clonakilty 

Courtmacsherry 

Desertserges 

Drimoleague 

Dunmanway 

Enniskeane 



Glandore 

Kilbrittain 

Kilmacsimon 

Leap 

Lislevane 

Rosscarbery 

Timoleague 

Templemartin 

Timoleague 

Union hall 



Stamp Distributor Geo. Gabriel, South 
main 



Cork and Bandon Railway. 

Directors David McBirney,j.p, Chairman; 
Thomas Vance, Dublin ; Robert Taaffe, 
Dublin ; David Barry, Cork ; William 
Lumley Perrier, j.P, Cork ; and Joseph 
Pike, Cork. 

Trains (subject to alteration) Week days, 
from Cork, 2 25 a.m, arr. 3 30 a.m. 
8 45 a.m, arr. 9 55 a.m. 3 o p.m, arr. 
4 10 p.m. 6 o p.m, arr. 7 10 p.m. ; to 
Cork, 7 20 a.m, arr. 8 35 a.m. 10 20 
a.m, arr. II 30 a.m. 4 30 p.m, arr. 5 40 
p.m. 8 30 p.m, arr. 9 40 p.m. Sundays 
from Cork, 2 25 a.m, arr. 3 30 a.m. 
10 30 a.m, arr. n 40 a.m. 5 o p.m, arr. 
6 10 p.m. ; to Cork, 9 o a.m, arr. 10 IO 
a.m. 3 30 p.m, arr. 4 40 p.m. 8 30 p.m. 
arr. 9 40 p.m. 

Fares single, 4/, 3/, I/IO ; return, 6/-, 
Si; 3/2. 

West Cork Railway. 

Directors Sir John Arnott, D.L., J.P., 
chairman ; J. P. Ronayne M.P, William 
H. Massey J.P, Timothy Mahony J.P, 
William Gray, Francis T Mackrett, F. 
W. Sedgwick, Edward How. Secretary^ 
George Purcell, 1 6 South mall, Cork ; 
Secretary in London, W. J. Mitson, 9 
Westminster chambers, s.w. 



BANDON. 



Trains (subject to alteration) Week days, 
from Bandon, 10 30 a. m, arr. Dunmanway 
II 30 a.m. 4 30 p.m, arr. 5 30" p.m. 
8 30 p.m, arr. 9 30 p.m ; from Dunman- 
way, 9 15 a.m, arr. 10 10 a.m. 3 o p.m, 
arr - 3 55 p-m. 7 o p.m, arr. 7 55 p.m. ; 
Sundays, from Bandon, 12 o a.m, arr. I o 
p.m. ; from Dunmanway, 7 50 a.m, arr. 
8 40 a.m. 

Fares single, 3/6, 2/9, 1/8 ; return, $/, 
4/> 2/9 

Moil Cars from Bandou. 
To Bantry vid Dunmanway, Enniskeane, 
Ballineen, and Drimoleague, at 3 40 
a.m, arr. at 9 20 a.m, Fare, 4/- 
,, Clonakilty at 415 and 715 p,m, arr, 

at 6 and 9 p.m. Fare, 1/6 
,, Courtmacsherry at 5 30 a.m, arr. at 

7 35 a.m. 

Skibbereen vid Clona.kilty and Roscar- 
bery, at 3 40 a.m, arr. at 8 a.m. 
Fare, 3/- 

,, Timoleague at 4 40 p.m, arr. at 6 25 
p.m. 

To Bandon. 

From Bantry vid Dunmanway and Ross- 
carbery, at 3 55 p.m. ; arr. at 9 45 
p.m. Fare, 4/- 

Clonakilty at 5 and 8 15 a.m, arr. 
at 10 20 a.m. Fare, 1/6 

Courtmacsherry at 5 20 p.m, arr. at 

7 25 p.m. 

Dumnanway at 5 20 p.m, arr. at 

8 5 p.m. 

,, Ski:;bereen, vid Clonakilty at 3 15 

p.m. arr. at 8 15 p.m. Fare, 3/- 
,, Timoleague at 7 3 30 a. m, arr. at 

9 15 a.m. 

Official. 

Parishes Ballymodan (p. 51), Brinny (p. 
53), Desertserges (p. 63), Kilbrogan (p. 
74), Killowen (p. 79) 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Dr. Edward Toole 

District Registrar of Marriages (7 & 8 Vic, 
c. 8 1) Richard W. Doherty 

Petty Sessions District Bandon, held 
every Monday ; clerk, every Monday 

Quarter Sessions District Bandon 

Relieving Officer Joseph Morris, Caven- 
dish quay 

Town Commissioners. 
Chairman, William McDonnell 
Dr. W. J. Belcher John Crowley 
George W. French Jno Heron 
Robt. N. Woulfe Thos. Fuller 
Chas. Greaves Timy. Foley 

Wingfield Corley Joseph Lane 
Wm. Bullen Jas. B. Scott 

Wm. Hunter Mathew Lee 

Joseph Calnan Jas. O'Sullivan 

Andrew Mickey 

Town Clerk S. R. Tresilian 
Collector of Gas Rate Thomas Hunter, 



1 Sanitary Inspector Thomas Hunter, North 

main street 
: Bridewell Keeper James Martin 

Revenue Departments. 

Collector Thomas Derham 

ist Class Clerk Alex Applebe 

3rd do, T J McFarland 

Supervisor F D Richards 

Division Officers H Cocks, J heridan, 

F. S Hoyte, G H Gardiner, E Kenrick 
Ride Officers J Falvey, W. Keane 
2nd Class Assistants Jno Donovan, J Hur- 
ley, M. O'Sullivan, W. Sullivan, J T 

Walsh 

Bandon Union. 

The Board of Guardians meet every 
Wednesday. For list of ex officio and 
elected Guardians, Officers, etc., see end of 
Directory. 

Branch Banks. 
Bank of Ireland. South main street R. E. 

Sargenf, Manager 
Provincial Bank of Ireland, North main 

street H. J. Simms, manager 
Munster Bank, Limited, South main street 

Robert Griffith, manager 
Savings' Bank Cavendish row. 

Places of Worship. 

Ballymodan Rev John Blsakley, rector ; 

RJm Ctias. Tomlinson and Louis Richard 

Fleury, curates 
Kilbrogan Rev Robert C Eccles, preb. 

rector ; Rev J Noble, curate 
Roman Catholic Churches V Rev Canon 

Jerh O'Brien, v.F, P.P.; curates, Revs 

James O'Keeffe and j Barry 
Wesleyan Methodist Rev Thos Moran 
Primitive Methodist Rev Wm. Craig 
Presbyterian Rev Robt. Steele Coffey 
Baptist Mission Services on the 2nd and 

4th Wednesday in each month ; minister 

from Cork attends 

Presentation Convent 
Superioress Mary Josephine Mahony 

Schools. 

Endowed School (Duke of Devonshire's) 
Stephen Browne, LL.D, principal 

Protestant (Erasmus Smith's) Cavendish 
quay ; teacher, Paul Buttimer 

Kilbrogan street ; teacher, D Jermyn 
National Shannon street ; teacher, John 

Collins 

Watergate ; teacher, Thos Dixon 

Watergate place ; teacher, Wm Airlie 

Hill street ; teacher, Wm White 

Bandon Agricultural Society. 
Chairman The Earl of Bandon 
Secretary S R Tresilian 

Royal Irish Constabulary. 

Bandon District includes seven stations 
two at Bandon, and one each at Ballin- 
spittle, Innishannon, Kilbrittain, Mount- 
jieasant, and Upton 



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53 



Resident Magistrate George R Cronin 
County, Inspector James Gibbons 
Sub-Inspector Thomas Rodwell 
Head Constable John Jones 
Constable Hill street barracks Alex Payne 
North main st. barracks Wm Bloomer 

South Cork Light Infantry. 

(Sub-district, 70) 

Barracks Cavendish row, Bandon. 

Colonel. 
Bernard Hon. H. B, J.P. 

Lieut.- Colonel. 

Warren Sir Augustus R., bart, J.P, late 
Maj. 2oft. 

Major. 

Lucas Arthur H, J.P, late Capt. 45ft. hon 
Lt.-Col. 

10 Captains. 

Shuldham Edmond A, J.P, hon. maj. 
Deane Charles, J.P, hon. maj. 
Heard Francis, J.P, hon. maj. 
Bernard Percy B, /. s. 
Donegan J. H. F. 
Newman John R. 
Holmes Robert, hon. maj. 
Kiggell L. John 
Nettles Richard 
Bell Frederick William 

Lieutenants. 
Bernard James B. 
Copinger Stephen P, /. *. 
Bass Francis H, /. s. 
Beamish Andrew P. 
Baylor Thomas H. 
Jackson Alexander D. 

Sub- Lieutenants. 

Lucas George I Donovan Alfred C. 

Baldwin Walter | WinnHon. C.M.A. 

Adjutant. 
Lucas Henry, Capt, late Capt. 45ft. 

Surgeon 
Belcher William, M.D. 

FACINGS WHITE. 

Member of Parliament. 
Swanston Alexander (L), is a J.P. for co. 
Cork, and a merchant in London. Was 
formerly, for over twenty years, Agent 
for the Irish estates of the Duke of De- 
vonshire. First elected in 1874. Res., 
Norwood Surrey ; I Laurence Pountney 
hill, E.C, 

Justices of the Peace. 

Allman Richard L, Woodlands 
Bandon, Earl of 

Bernard Col the Hon H B, Coolmain castle 
Bernard Viscount, Castle-Bernard, High 

Sheriff of county Cork 
Berwick John R, Coolfadda house 
Poole Major Hewitt, Mayfield 
Sullivan Wm C, Overton 
Teulon George B, North main street 
Wheeler J R,' North main street 



Gentry and Clergy. 

Bandon Earl of, and Viscount Bernard, 
1800; Viscount Bandon, 1795; Baron 
Bandon, I793(lreld.) Francis Bernard, 
3rd Earl, elected a Representative Peer 
for Ireland, 1858, M.A. (Oxon.), wasM.P. 
for Bandon 1842-56 ; Her Majesty's Lieu- 
tenant and Custos Rotulorum of Cork 
County (1874) ; b. Jan. 3, 1810; s. his 
father, Oct. 31, 1856 ; m. Aug. 16, 1832, 
Catherine Mary, eldest daughter of the 
late Thomas Whitmore, Esq., of Apley 
Park, Shrbpshire. Issue : 

Jas. Francis, Viscount Bernard, J.P, 
Captain Cork City Art. Militia, 
Aide-de-camp to Lord Lieutenant 
of Ireland, High Sheriff of county ; 
b. Sept. 12, 1850 

Lady Mary Catherine Henrietta ; 
m. 1863, Colonel Richard William 
Aldworth, late 7th Fusileers, 
eldest son of Richard Oliver Aid- 
worth, Esq., and Lady Letitia 
Aldworth, of Newmarket, county 
Cork. 

Lady Louisa Albinia 
Lady Charlotte Esther Emily 
Lady Emma Harriet 
Lady Adelaide Mary Lucy ; m. 1873, 
Sir Henry Monson de la Poer 
Beresford-Peirse, Bart. 
Lady Kathleen Frances 
Bernard Lady Catherine Henrietta 

Allman Jas C, Monerone 
Allman R L, Woodlands 
Arnold Henry, school inspector, North 

main street 

Appelbe Edward Alexander, Kildarra 
Ashe Rev John, rector Kilowen 
Baldwin Godfrey, Brookfield 
Baldwin John P, Parkview 
Barter William, Norway slip 
Barter William, Tullyland 
Barry Rev John, R.c.c, South main street 
Bayley John J, M. D, Lakemount 
Beamish George, Meelon 
Beamish Thomas, Hare hill 
Biggs Jacob, Callatrim 
Bleakley Rev John, Janeville, rector Bally- 

modan 

Bowen John Cole, Knocknacurra 
Brown Stephen, LL. D, Devonshire square 
Clear Richard, North main street 
Conner William, Milltown 
Cornwall John D, South main street 
Craig Rev W, Cavendish quay, Wesleyan 
Daunt Benjamin, Willsgrove 
Dawson Chas G, Farranvane house 
Dawson John, Carhue 
Dohery Edward, Oakvilla 
Doherty Richard W, Oakvilla 
Doherty Richard Wheeler, jun, Oakvilla 
Dowden William C, Floraville 
Eaton Roger, Curravreida 
Eccles Rev Robert, rector Kilbrogan 
Fleury Rev Louis Rd, curate Ballymodan 



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BAN DON. 



French George, sen. 

Fuller George, Mawmore 

Gibbons James, county inspector, R.I.C, 

Devonshire square 

Gillman William Henry, Moanerone 
Good Henry, Roughgrove 
Houston Robert, Mill -place 
Howe J. R, Glounevorane 
Hunter David, Mount prospect 
Lamb Rev Walter, Kilcolman park 
Lamb William A, Kilcolman park 
Lane Richard, North main sti^et 
Lee Jervis, Drumkeen 
Lombard John E, Shinagh 
Longfield General, Kilcolman 
Longfield George, Churchill 
Longfield William, Churchill 
Lucas Captain Henry, Adjt. South Cork 

Light Infantry, North main street 
McDaniel Daniel, Knockmacool 
Moran Rev Thos, Wesleyan, Watergate st 
Nash Henry C, Brinny 
Nash Matthew J. B, Kilmore 
Noble Rev J, Watergate street, Kilbrogan 
O'Brien Very Rev Canon Jeremiah, v. F, P. p, 

Shannon street 

O'Keeffe Rev James, R.C.C, Warner's lane 
Palmer Simon, Maulmane 
Poole Major Hewitt, Mayfield 
Poole Thomas, Milleens 
Rod well Thomas, sub-inspector R.I.C, 

North Main street 
Scott Benjamin, Woodfort 
Scott H, Gortna 
Scott Samuel, Carhue 
Sealy Col F, late 97th Ft, Richmount 
Sealy Richard, Richmount 
Stevenson Rev Jas, rectory Brinny 
Teulon Charles P, North main street 
Tomlinson Rev Chas, Watergate street 

Solicitors. 

Doherty Richard W, South main street 
Sherlock George K, South main street 
Sherlock Thomas, Devonshire place 
Sullivan Josias T, Retreat 
Sullivan Thomas K, Retreat 

Commissioners of Affidavits in Chancery 
Superior Courts of Common Law. 
Doherty W R Sherlock G K 
Sullivan T K 

Commissioners for taking Acknowledgments 

of Married Women. 
Doherty W R Wheeler John 

Physicians and Surgeons. 
Belcher Henry, The Lodge 
Belcher William John, med. officer, work- 
house and fever hospital, South main st 
Cooper Charles, North main street 
Hadden David Henry, Bridge street 
Jagoe B H, South main street 
Kearney Thomas, South main street 
McCarthy Chas, South main street 
Toole Edward, South main street, dispen- 
sary medical officer 



Licentiate Apothecaries. 
Belcher and Hadden, Bridge street 
Cooper Charles, North main street 
Jagoe Benjamin H, South main street 

Agents. Land. 
Craig David, North main street 
Doherty Richard W and Sons, Sth main st 

Emigration. 
Kingston William 
M'Cabe Thomas, Castle street 

Commercial Travellers. 
Gabriel George, North main street 
Lane George, South main street 

Auctioneers. 

Bullen, Walter, North main street 
Fawcett John, South main street 
M 'Cabe Thomas, the Bandon auction mart, 
Shannon lodge 

Bakers. 

Brennan Margaret, Shannon street 
Burchill Mrs, Bridge place 
Burke Wm, Cavendish quay 
Good John, Castle road 
Hegarty George, Castle road 
Hegarty George, Castle road 
Heron John, South main street 
Hunter William, North main street 
McCarthy Thomas, Bridge street 
Moriarty William, South main street 
Payne Mrs, Bridge place 
Sullivan James, South main street 
Tanner William, North main street 

Bookseller and Stationer. 

Bright William, Bridge street 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

Bright Richard, Bridge street 
Browne James, South main street 
Carroll Miss, South main street 
Dawson Edward Carroll, South main street 
Norton William, Castle street 

Brewers. 

Allman, Dowden, and Co. 

Builder. 

Hunter James, Warner's lane 

Cabinet Maker. 
Ruddick Thomas, South main street 

Carpenters. 
Bradfield James, Burlington quay 
^alnan Jeremiah, Kilbrogan 
Dalnan John, Shannon street 
~ronin William, Mills road 
Eiickey James, Shannon street 
VIoynihan Timothy, Shannon street 
Peters Richard, Burlington quay 
Peyton Ralph, Burlington quay 
Stafford Thomas, Castle street 
Warner Thomas, Cavendish quay 

Car Owners. 

Bradfield Thomas, Burlington quay 
French G W, Railway hotel 
Kelly Cornelius, Warner's lane 
Lane Joseph, North main street 



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155 



Cattle Dealers. 
Driscoll Michael, Mill place 
Driscoll Michael, New road 
Santry Timothy, Castle street 

Coach Builder. 
FULLAM FATBICK, Weir street 

Coal Merchants. 

Stanley Edw, South main street 
Sutton Robert, Castle street 

Confectioners. 

Bullen Eliza, Bridge street 

Hunter William, North main street 

Maguire Alex, Bridge street 

Corn Merchants. 
M'Donnell Wm, South main street 
Pope George, Cavendish quay 
Pope William John, Cavendish quay 

Distiller. 
Allman & Co. 

Drapers. 

Crowley John, South main street 
Foley Timothy, South main street 
Greaves Charles, South main street 
Greaves Thomas, South main street 
Harris John, South main street 
McClaughry , South main street 
Moriarty James, South main street 
Robinson Wm & Son, South main street 
Smith W. H, South main street 
Wolfe Robert N, South main street 

Dyer. 

Beamish John, South main street 

Egg and Butter Merchants. 
Desmond John, South main street 
O'Driscoll Daniel, South main street 
Reidy Fichard, South main street 

Flour Merchant. 
Crowley Lawrence, New road 

Grocers. 

Bradfield Thomas Good, South main street 
Bullen Walter, North main street 
Costelloe James, South main street 
Harte William H, South main street 
Heron John, South main street 
Hunter David, North main street 
Lane Joseph, North main street 



Lee Matthew, Bridge place 
M'Cabe Thomas, Castle street 
Moriarty William, South main street 
Walsh John, South main street 

Hair Dressers. 
Daly Michael, Warner's lane 
M 'Daniel Jeremiah, New road 

Hardware Merchants. 
Bright W. and J, Bridge street 
Burts Robert, South main street 
Clarke John, South main street 
Cummins John, South main street 

Harness Makers. 

Cunningham Laurence, Market street 
Donovan Cornelius, South main street 
Webster George, South main street 

Hotels. 
COMMERCIAL AND RAILWAY, Shannon 

street FRENCH GEORGE W. 
DEVONSHIRE ARMS, North main st 

Loane Abraham 

Insurance Agents. 
Bullen W, North main street Northern 

Assuranee Company 
Doherty- Richard W, South main street 

Sun, Fire, and Life 
Foley and Co, South main street City and 

County 
Gabriel George, Kilbrogan hill Royal and 

Star 
Griffith Robert, Munster Bank Scottish 

Widows' Fund Life Assurance 
Harte J H, Cavendish quay Liverpool, 

London and Globe 

M'Cabe Thomas, Castle street Sovereign 
Maguire Alexander, Bridge street 
Sargent R E, Bank of Ireland Crown 
Sherlock George K, solr. Standard and 

Imperial 
Sullivan Thomas K, South main street 

Alliance * 

Wolfe R N, South main street Stottuh 

Provincial 

Leather Dealers. 
Carroll Lucy, South main street 
Lovell George, Wesley place ( I 

Smith James, Cavendish quay 
Topham Richard, North main street 



RAILWAY k COMMERCIAL HOTEL, 

BANDON. 

GEO, W. FRENCH, PROPRIETOR. 

Special care has been taken to make the Sleeping Apartments comfortable 

for Visitors. 






POST HORSS & LIVERY STABLES. 



156 

Millers. 

Crowley Jeremiah, Old chapel 
Crowley Timothy, Old chapel 
Dowden & Co, Mill place 
Good Michael, Kilmore 
Howard Patrick, Brinny 
Keyes Mary, Castlenalact 
Unkles Bros, Union hall 

Pawnbrokers. 

Heron John, South main street 
Kingston William, North main street 
Peyton Harriet, South main street 

Photographer. 
Hunter, John S. 

Printers. 
Atkins and Son 

Professors of Music. 
Hunter William S, North main street 
Mills W, Cavend'sh quay 

Saddler. 

Webster George, South main street 

Seed Merchants. 

Appelbe George T, North main street 
Bullen William, South main street 
Harte John H, Cavendish quay 
Pope George, Cavendish quay 
Pope William John, Cavendish quay 
Webster Alexander, Weir street 

Shopkeepers. 

Bannon John, Shannon street 
Beamish John, Market street 
Beare George, Shannon street 
Bevin Roger, Shannon street 
Bradfield Michael, South main street 
Brady Richard, North main street 
Brennan Margaret, Shannon street 
Brien John, Castle street 
Br wne James, South main street 
Buckley John, Bridge street 
Bullen Eliza, Bridge street 
Burke WiMiam, Cavendish quay 
Cahill Patrick, Market street 
Carey Thomas, South main street 
Coughlan John, Cavendish quay 
Coughlan Mary, Bridge street 
Crowley Cornelius, Wesley quay 
Crowley John, Shannon street 
Cummins Thomas, South main street 
Daly John, Bridge street 
Desmond Patrick, Market street 
Driscoll Edward, Cavendish quay 
Driscoll John, Cavendish quay 
Donovan Bartholomew, Market street 
Donovan Mary, Market street 
England William, Bridge street 
Fawcett John, South main street 
Good John, South main street 
Hayes Catherine, South main street 
Heard James, South main street 
Hickey Daniel, Market street 
Hickey Andrew, South main street 
Hurley Humphrey, Shannon street 
Kearney Ellen, Market street 
Keyms Joshua, South main street 



BANDON. 



Lovel George, Wesley quay 
McCarthy Daniel, Cavendish quay 
McCarthy John, Market street 
McCarthy Thomas, Bridge street 
McCarthy Thomas, South main street 
Maguire Alexander, Bridge street 
Mahony Jeremiah, Shannon street 
Meara Richard, Market street 
Murphy Giles, South main street 
Murphy John, North main street 
Murphy Mary, Market street 
Murphy Mary, Bridge street 
Murray Eliza, South main street 
Murray Mary, South main street 
O'Leary Arthur, South main street 
O'Leary Denis, South main street 
Peters Thomas, Castle street 
Regan Timothy, Cavendish quay 
Reen Anne, South main street 
Roberts James, North main street 
Salter Robert, South main street 
Scott James B, South main street 
Smith Wm. H.mry, South main street 
Stafford Thomas, Castle street 
Stanley Eliza, South main street 
Stanley David and Thomas 
Starkey The Misses, South main street 
Starkey Rebecca, South main street 
Sullivan James, South main street 
Thomas Miss, Shannon street 
Wilson John, South main street 
Woods Christopher, Bridge street 

Tailors. 

Harte James E, Cavendish quay 
McCarthy Patrick, Shannon street 
McSwiney P, Warner's lane 
O'Halloran Eugene Edward, South main 

street 

Simms Edward, South main street 
Sullivan T, Shannon street 

Tanners. 

Barrett Timothy, South main street 
Bullen W, North main street 
Clear Richard, North main street 
Forde John, Kilbrogan 
Smith Henry, Cavendish quay 
Sullivan Samuel, Bridge place 
Sullivan William C, Overton 

Timber Merchants. 
Harte John H, Cavendish quay 
Pope George, Cavendish quay 
Pope William John, Cavendish quay 

Tobacconists. 

Clarke Thomas, South main street 
Stanley Thomas, South main street 

Victuallers. 

Burke James, Castle street 
Burke John, North main street 
Fitzgerald James, Shannon street 
Morgan Michael, South main street 
Reen Daniel, Castle street 

Vintners. 

Buckley John, North main street 
Corcoran John, North main street 



BANDON. 



Daly John, North main street 
Driscoll John, North main street 
Foley William, North main street 
Forde Thomas, North main street 
Fullam Patrick, Shannon street 
Hickey John, North main street 
Hunter David, North main street 
Kearney Michael, North main street 
Lane Joseph, Shannon street 
Lee Matthew, Bridge place 
M'Carthy Denis, North main street 
Moxley Joseph, Kilpatrick 
Murray Andrew, North main sf reet 
Ryan James, North main street 
Taylor Timothy, North main street 

Watch Makers and Jewellers. 

Cummins John, South main street 
Turpin George, South main street 

Wine and Spirit Merchants. 
Calnan Jos, South Main street 
Corley Wingfield, South main street 
Wood Charles 

Whitesmith. 

Shine Bartholomew, Weir street 

Principal Landholders. 

Anderson James, Rathroon west 
Appelbe Pierce, Killountain 
Barrett John, Killountain 
Beamish John, Cashelmore 
Beamish Richard, Roughgrove 
Bird Edward, Knocknagallagh 
Bird Joshua, Meelon 
Bird Richard, Knocknagallaqh 
Bradfield James, Kilowen 
Bradfield James, Tullyland 
Bradfield John, Lissapooca 
Bradfield Michael, Kilowen 
Bradfield Thomas, Kilowen 
Buckley John, Corravreeda 
Buckley Mary, Clashafree 
Buckley Stephen, Garranbeg 
Burchiil George, Cloghmacsimon 
'Burchill James, Corravreeda 
Burns Edward, Clogheenavodig 
Busteed John, Lissapooca 
Butler Edward, Clashafree 
Butler Richard, Clashafree 
CannifTe Timothy, Castle road 
Carbery Ellen, Corravreeda 
Collins John, Tullyland 
Conner John, Castlenalact 
Cronin Michael, Kilpatrick 
Crowley Daniel, Clancoolmore 
Crowley James, Gurteen 
Crowley Jeremiah, Clancoolbeg 
Crowley Jeremiah, Danganstown 
Crowley John, Clancoolbeg 
Crowley John, Kilmoney 
Crowley Timothy, Knocknagallagh 
Curtin Michael, Kilmore 
Dawson John, Carhoon 
Dineen Charles, Maulmane 
Dineen John, Barleyfield 
Dineen Patrick, Gurteen 



Doyle Cornelius, Kilmore 
Doyle Jeremiah, Kilmore 
Edwards Thomas, Carhoon 
Flynn Patrick, Cashelmore 
Flynn Thomas, Cashelmore 
Foley John, Ballylangley 
Fuller Dora, Rbckhouse 
Fuller George, Knocknagarrane 
Gamble John, Old chapel 
Galvin Patrick, Kilowen 
Gash "Alexander, River view 
Gash Maskelin, Mishells 
Goggin Thomas, Knockanreagh 
Good Henry, Littlesilver 
Good James, Cloghane 
Good James, Kildarra 
Good John, Kilmacsimon 
Good Richard, Ballymonteen 
Good Thomas, Mallowgatort 
Good William, Mawmore 
Hallinan Johanna, Corravreeda 
Harris Henry J, Clancoolmore 
Harris James, Moneen 
Harte Jeremiah, Cripple hill 
Hayes Owen, Mawbeg 
Herrick Stephen, Castlenalact 
Holland Daniel, Tullyglass 
Holland Denis, Mawbeg east 
Holland John, Barleyfield 
Holland Philip, Mawmore 
Holland Timothy, Mawmore 
Hornibrook William, Kilpatrick 
Hosford Thomas, Gaggan 
Hurley Patrick, Moanarone 
Joyce James, Cashelbeg 
Leary Jeremiah, Rathroon east 
Lee Samuel, Bridge place 
Lombard Mrs, The Lodge 
Lordan Jeremiah, Cloghane 
Lovell George, Kilbeg 
Lovell Thomas, Kilpatrick 
M'Carthy Denis, Knocknagarrane 
M 'Sweeny John, Tullyland 
Mahony Cornelius, Ballymonteen 
Mahony Denis, Finnis 
Mahony John, Castlenalact 
Mahony John, Clancoolmore 
Martin Joseph, Knockbrogan 
Murphy Daniel, Finnis 
Murphy Denis, Finnis 
Murphy Jeremiah, Finnis 
Murphy John, Finnis 
O'Brien Cornelius, Danganbeg 
O'Neill Eugene, Rathroon west 
Paldwell Alexander, Cullatrim 
Popham John, Laragh 
Popham Robert, Mawbeg 
Regan Cornelius, Gurteen 
Regan William, Gurteen 
Ryan Denis, Knocknagallagh 
Scott James, Castlenalact 
Seymour Thomas, Kilpatrick 
Seymour Thomas, Kilpatrick 
Shorten John, Mullygalia 
Smith Thomas, Mallowgaton 
Stanley George, Ballylangley 



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BANDON-BANTEER-BANTRY. 



Stanley William, Tullyglass 
Sullivan David, Cashelmore 
Sullivan John, Knockbrogan 
Tanner Samuel, Curravarahane 
Tanner Thomas, Gaggan 
Theobald John S, Cloghane 
Thomas Nicholas, Kilmacsimon 
Tobin Michael, Mishells 
Vickery William B, CJancoolbeg 
Walsh James, Rathroon east 



Whiting Jane, Brothersfort 
Whiting Mary, Kilpatrick 
Wilson John, Clashafree 
Woods Christopher, Barleyfield 
Woods Christopher, Mishells 
Wren James, Cloghmacsimon 
Wren John, Cloghmacsimon 
Wren Michael, Cloghmacsimon 
Wren William, Rathroon west 
Wrixon Samuel, Kilpatrick 



BANTEER. 

Sub post-office to Mallow, and a station on the Tralee and Killarney branch of the 
Great Southern and Western Ry. ; 36 miles from Cork, and 3 from Kanturk, a money 
order and telegraph office. Banteer is in the parish of Clonmeen, on the south side of the 
Blackwater. At Clonmeen was anciently a monastery of the Austin friars, founded by 
the O'Callaghans ; here also are the remains of the castle of Clonmeen, ruined in the wars 
of 1641, and a range of mountains, called St. Hillary's, from whence several rapid rivulets 
fall into the. Black water. This district was formerly a vast tract of wood since consumed 
in smelting iron. 



Official. 

Parishes Clonmeen (p. 60), Dromtarrifl 

(P- 66) 

Poor Law Union Kanturk 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr P S Wigmore 
Petty Sessions District Cecilstown, every 

2nd Monday ; clerk, Jas. O'Connell 
Quarter Sessions District Mallow and 

Kanturk 
Resident MagistrateCaptain Robert Carr 

Coot% 

Sub-Inspector Constabulary Edw O'Rielly 
Constable Bernard King 

Mail Car. 
From Banteer to Newmarket at 5 9 a.m, 

arr. at 6 30 a.m. 

,, Newmarket to Banteer at 7 30 p.m, 
arr. at 9 10 p.m. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Grehan George, Clonmeen house 
Leader Nicholas P, Rosnalee house 

Gentry and Clergy. 

Leader William Nicholas, Lismire 
Manning Rev M, R.c.c. 
Morrissy Rev A, R.c.c. 
Murphy Rev E J, P.p. 

Principal Landholders. 
Ahem Daniel jun, Banteer 
Ahern Eugene, Banteer 
Barrett James, Ballymaquirk 
Barrett Widow, Gougane 
Brick Patrick, Banteer 
Buckley Cornelius, Glen south 
Buckley Patrick, Coolroemore 
Buckley Patrick, Kilbarry 
Buckley Timothy, Lyre 
Callaghan Timothy, Inchdaly 



Callaghan Timothy, Killeen 
Connell John, Dromskehy 
Counehan Daniel, Dromcummer 
Creedon J S, Fortgrady 
Daly Timothy, Dromahoe 
Fitzpatrick Daniel, Dromahoe 
Fitzpatrick Jeremiah, Dromahoe 
Fitzpatrick Patrick, Dromahoe 
Flynn John, Drumcummer 
Flynn Thomas, Drumcummer 
Horgan Cornelius, Crinnaloo 
Howard John, Clonmeen north 
Jones Daniel, Glentanefinane 
Keller Patrick, Banteer 
Kelly James, Dromskehy 
Kenny Bartholomew, Charles field 
Kiely Honorah, Coolroebeg 
Kiely Honorah, Inchamay 
M 'Cabe Daniel, Ballymaquirk 
M'Carthy Michael, Nadanuller 
M'Carthy Patrick, Fortgrady 
Murphy John, Killeen 
Murphy John, Dromskehy 
Murphy Laurence, Glen south 
Murphy Patrick, Dromskehy 
Neill Patrick, Carraghprevin 
O'Brien John, Drinagh 
O'Callaghan Michael, Dromahoe 
O'Callaghan Patrick, Crinnaloo 
O'Callaghan Timothy, Curragraigue 
O'Callaghan Timothy, Banteer 
O'Sullivan Patrick J, Knockgourra 
Riordan Daniel (Reps, of), Drombeg 
Shea Jeremiah, Bunreagh 
Sheehan John, Clonmeen south 
Sullivan Denis, Coolroemore 
Twohig Daniel, Tooreen 
Twohig Denis, Carragraigue " 
Twohig Edmond, Gortnaglogh 
Twohig Denis, Carragraigue 
Twohig Edmond, Gortnaglogh 
Twohig William, Gortnaglogh 
Twomey John, Fermoyle 
Webb Thomas, Ballymaquirk 



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BANTRY. 

Head postal, money-order, and telegraph office, 56 miles from Cork, and 1 8 from 
Dunmamvay, a station on the West Cork Railway. This town is seated at the head of 
the far-famed bay of Bantry. The bay is 26 miles long, from three to five mijes broad, 
with 24 to 40 fathoms of water in the roadstead, and is perhaps unsurpassed by any harbour 
in the world for natural beauties and natural advantages. It is memorable in history as 
having been twice entered by a French force for the invasion of Ireland the first in 1689, 
in aid of James II, the next in 1796, under Hoche and Wolfe Tone. On the latter 
occasion Richard White was raised to the peerage of Ireland, as Baron of Bantry, in 
appreciation of the valuable services which he rendered in opposing the landing of the 
invaders. There are not many islands in this vast expanse of water, the principal being 
Bear and Whiddy Islands. Whiddy lies opposite the town, and Bear near the entrance 
of the bay. Near Whiddy are some small islands, viz. : Horse, Hog, Coney, and Chapel. 
There are few strands around the bay, the coast being all high stupendous rocks. The 
O'Sullivans had formerly several good seats here. The old castle of Carriganass, which 
belonged to the O'Sullivans, is built on the Ouvane river, seven miles from Bantry, on the 
road to Inchigeela. It was an high structure, with a square court, and flanked with four 
round towers. Near Bantry stood a Franciscan abbey, now entirely demolished, founded 
1320, by Dermot O'Sullivan. Part of the district between Inchigeela and Bantry is a 
savage and almost trackless waste. All the north side of the bay is one continued chain 
of lofty mountains, dividing the counties of Cork and Kerry, among which, it is said, 
there is no fewer than 365 lakes ; and a short distance from the town is the fantastic 
"Fall of Dunnamark" it was in this vicinity, according to one of the fanciful traditions 
of Keating, that human foot first trod upon Irish ground. About the town of Bantry 
are some well cultivated grounds. 

Summary of Census, 187 1. Town of Bantry. 



Area in statute acres 96 

Houses 374 

Farmsteadings 141 

Persons..., 2421 

Males 1184 

Females 1237 



Under 12 years old 645 

12 and under 20 378 

20 and under 40 633 

40 and upwards 763 

Roman Catholics 2099 

Prot. Episcopalians 177 



Methodists 35 

Read and Write 1090 

Read only 246 

Illiterate 1085 



Fairs. 

14 Jan, 14 Feb, 19 Mar, 14 April, I May, 
9 June, 15 July, 21 Aug, 14 Sept 15 Oct, 
14 Nov, I and 16 Dec. 



Market Day Saturday 



Postmaster- 



Postal. 

-Cornelius O'Sullivan 



Mails despatched Skibbereen, Bandon, 
Cork, etc, 3 40 p. m. ; Glengariffe, Adri- 
gole, Allihies, Castletownbere, Durrus, 
' etc, 10 a.m. 



SUB-POST-OFFICES : 



Adrigole 
Allihies 
Bear Island 
Castletown Bere 
Durrus, Carrigbue 



Eyeries 
Glengariff 
Pierson's Bridge 
Waterfall 



Stamp Distributor. 
James Copithorne 

Mail Cars, etc., from Bantry. 
To Dimmanway, etc at 1130 a.m, arr. 
3 55 p.m. ; mail car, 3 40 p.m, arr. 
at 7 10 p.m. 
Bandon 3 55 p.m, arr at 945 p.m. 

Fare 4/- 

,, Glengariff and Castletown Berehaven 
10 15 a.m, arr. at 4 5 p.m. 



To Bantry. 

From Bandon 3 40 a.m, arr. at 9 20 a.m. 
,, Dunmanway, 6 20 a.m. and 5 20 p.m.; 
arr. at 9 20 a.m. and 8 35 p.m. ; 
car at 5 45 p.m, arr. at 9 20 p.m. 
,, Castletown Berehaven, 8 30 a.m, arr. 

at 2 20 p.m. 
,, Glengariff 1240 p.m, arr. 2 20 p.m. 

Official. 
Parishes Kilmocomoge (p. 82), Durrus 

(p. 68) 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Abraham J. Tuckey, M.D, Bantry 
District Registrar of Marriage (7 and 8 Vic. 

chap. 81) John Acton 
Petty Sessions at Bantry, every second 

Monday ; clerk, Richard Nicholson 
Quarter Sessions District Bantry 

Bantry Union. 

Board meets every Wednesday. For ex 
officio and elected guardians officials, etc, 
see end of Directory 

Royal Irish Constabulary, 
Bantry District includes six stations 
Bantry, Aughaville, Durrus, Glengariff, 
Kealkil, Kilcrohane 

Resident Magistrate Charles O'Connell 
Sub-Inspctor Andrew Monds Harper 
Head Constable John Ledden 
Bridewell Keeper William Kenefick 
Constable William Fawcett 



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BANTRY. 



Schools. 

National Bantry Male, No. I, pupik 171 ; 

teacher, Patrick M'Swiney 
Male, No. 2, 76 ; teacher D. M'Carthy 
Preparatory, 93 ; Mrs. Sullivan 
Convent, 350 ; Sisters of Mercy 
Parochial, 50 ; Samuel Allman 
Cappabue, 123 ; Maiy Kennedy 
Whiddy Island, 93 ; Mrs. Tobin 
Coomhoola, 139 ; Michael Breen 
Dromclough, 119 ; John O'Leary 
Kealkil, 184 ; Charles Vaughan 
Inchiclough, 175 : William Sullivan 
National Droumgariffe, 86 ; A. Moynehan 
Mahanaclee, 156'; Mary Sweeny 
Corlinn, 74 ; John Lynch 
Coomleigh, 84 ; Timothy Mahony 
Church Education, Rooska, 29 ; J. Wolfe 
Methodist, 1 1 ; Edward D. Lennox 

Convent or Sisters of Mercy. 

Superioress Sister M.' Joseph Corcoran 

Bank. 

Munster Bank, Limited Manager, W. B. 
Butler 

Military. 

Lowry Captain, and Detachment of 2$th 
Regiment Foot 

Justices of the Peace. 

Barrett John Edw, Carriganass 
Hewson Francis Lionel, Drombroe 
Hutchins Arthur, Ballylickey 
Hutchins Emanuel, Ardnagashel 
Orpen Richard A, Lisheens and Farren 
Payne John Warren, Beach 
White Robert H. E, jun, Glengarriff castle 

Gentry and Clergy. 

Bantry Earl of, and Viscount Berehaven, 
1816 ; Viscount Bantry, iSoj ; Baron 
Bantry, 1797 (Ireld.) William Henry 
Hare Hedges White, 3rd Earl, M.A. 
(Cantab.) ; elected a Representative Peer 
for Ireland, 1869. Hon. Colonel West 
Cork Artillery Militia ; [second son of 
Richard, 1st Earl, and Lady Margaret 
Anne Hare, eldest daughter of 1st Earl 
of Listowel] ; b. 10 Nov., 1801 ; s, his 
brother, l6July, 1868; m. 16 April, 1845, 
Jane, youngest daughter of the late Chas. 
Herbert, Esq., of Muckross Abbey, and 
sister to the late Right Hon. Henry 
Arthur Herbert, M.P., and has surviving 
issue: 

William Henry Hare, Viscount Bere- 
haven ; b. 2 July, 1854 

Lady Elizabeth Mary Gore, m. 1874, 
Egerton Leigh, late Captain 1st 
Dragoons 

Lady Olivia Charlotte ; m. 1871, Sir 
Arthur Edward Guinness, bart. 

Lady Ina Maude 

Lady Jane Francis Anna 

Brother surviving. 
Hon. Robert H. White, Adrigole 



RES. 38, Lowndes square, S.W. ; Bantry 
House, Glengariff Lodge, and Macroom 
Castle, co. Cork ; East Ferry, Cork Har- 
bour ; Carlton Club, S.W. ; Kildare 
Street Club, Dublin 

Bird John Bantry 

Bird William S, Bantry 

Brady Rev Jas, R. C. chaplain Workhouse 

Duggan Cornelius, Bantry 

Faulkner Rev. R. B, vicar, the Glebe 

Kearney Rev. Michael, c.c. 

Lalor John Shee, Gurteenroe 

MacDonnell James, Insptr. or Nat. schools 

Murphy Michael, Bantry 

Newburgh Charles, late Capt. Foot, Beach 

cottage 

O'Connell Charles, R.M. 
O'Leary Rev. John, C.C. 
Popham William, Lahadan 
Sheehan Very Rev. George, V.F,, p.p. 
Tisdall William Samuel, Dunnamark 
White Edward Richard, Coomhoola lodge, 

late Captain loth Foot 

Solicitor. 
Oliver Samuel James 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Swanton James Richard 
Popham Thomas 

Bakers. 

Brien Margaret Dillon Thomas 

Clarke William Sullivan Mary 

Copithorne Richard Swanton Mary 
Cullinane Michael 

Builder. 

Murphy William 

Confectioner. 

O'Sullivan Agnes 

Drapers, 

Croly Richard Lynch Thoma* 

Cullinane J. & Co. Dillon Denis 
Gilhooly James White Anne 

General Dealer. 

Vickery Richard 

Grocers. 

Brien Margaret Murphy John 

Browne Richard O'Regan Daniel 

Copithorne James Power Eliza 

Cullinane Mary Shea Patrick 

Dillon Thomas Sullivan Maria 

Henegan Maurice Sullivan Mary 

Hurst Hannah Walsh Richard 

Leary John Waters John 

M'Carthy Tim. 0. Wllcox Thomas 

M 'Carthy Tim J. Wolfe John 

M 'Sweeny Patrick Wolfe Mary A. 

Hotel Keeper. 

Vickery Thomas 

Merchants. 

Acton John M'Carthy Denis 

Cullinane Michael Wolfe Philip 



ADVERTISEMENT. i6l 

CIVIL, MILITARY, NAVAL, & COLLEGIATE 

BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, 

7, GAM DEN PLAGE, CORK. , 

PRINCIPAL : 

W. J. KNIGHT, LL.D, A.B., T.C.D., 

Emeritus Graduate in Law, First Honorman in Mathematics, First Honorman 

in Experimental Physics, First Science Prizeman, Honorman in Logic, 

Medallist of the Department of Science and Art. 



The following Gentlemen, Pupils of DOCTOR KNIGHT 

from 

BANTRY, 

AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT, 
Have especially distinguished themselves. 



THE REV. J. Q. CONOLLY, M.A., T.C.D., 

Minor Canon of the Cathedral of St. Finn Barre's. 

C. J. McCARTIE, ESQ., B.A., Q.U.I., 

Graduated in Honors in the Queen's University, having previously taken 
the Senior Scholarship in Mathematics, the Senior Scholarship in Chemistry, 
and the First Scholarship in Mathematics, in every year of his under- 
graduate course. 

D. CONNERY, ESQ., 

First of the First Class Honors at the Half Degree Examination of 1874 
of the Queen's University in Engineering, with the Peel Prize of ^15 a year 
for two years, having taken the First Scholarship in the previous years 

of his course. 



List of Successes In the Home Civil Service, Bank of 

Ireland, Provincial Bank, &c., &c., 

CAN BE SEEN AT THE SCHOOL. 

See also the pages opposite Bandon, Charleville, Mallow, 

Midleton, and Queenstown, in this Directory. 



161 



BAXTRY BEAR ISLAND. 



Vintners. 

Brien Margaret O' Regan Daniel 

Browne Richard M 'Sweeny Patrick 
Driscoll Eilen Power Eliza 

Henegan Maurice W. Shea Timothy 
Ilurst Hannah Shea Patrick 

Leary John Sheehan Maria 

Lyons James Sullivan Michael 

M'Carthy Tim. C. Sullivan Mary 
M'Carthy Margaret Walsh Richard 
M'Carthy Patrick Waters John 
M'Carthy Timothy Wilcox Thomas 

Miller. 

SW ANTON OEOSOE H, Bantry mills and 
Gortnagrough. Co. Cork 

Pawnbroker, 

Lannin Catherine 

Shopkeepers. 

Clarke William Leary Denis 
Clarke Sarah Sullivan Michael 

Principal Landholders. 
Brennan Robert, Dromreagh 
Burke Daniel, Kilmore 
Callaghan Jeremiah, Ahilmore 
Casey Daniel, Lisheens 
Casey John, Lisheens 
Casey Patrick, Lisheens 
Costigan John, Bantry 
Cotter Jeremiah, Breenymore 
Cotter Margaret, Newtown 
Cotter Patrick, Derrygiaagh middle 
Creed John, Reendonegan 
Cronin Denis, Gcrtochra 
Cronin John, Incharoe 
Cronin John, Dromaclarig 
Cronin Patrick, Cullenagh 
Collins Daniel, Skahanagh 
Donohue Daniel, Reendonegan 
Fitzgibbon Mr, deputy road surveyor, Pier- 
son's bridge 

Flynn James, Caherdaniel east 
Flynn Patrick, Ardnamanagh 
Godfrey Edward, Newtown 
Goggin Maurice, Garraghy 
Hall Richard, Dunbittern 
Hurley Constantine, Lisheeni 
Hurley John, Lisheens 
Hurley Michael, Lisheens 



Keohane Cornelius, Tranamadree 
Keuhane Jeremiah, Tranamadree 
Keohane John, Dromclogh 
Keohane Michael, Derreenkellig 
Kingston William, Raheenbeg 
Kingston Thomas, Dromreagh 
Leary Joseph, Caher 
Leary Patrick, Inchiclough 
Leary Timothy, Goreesmore 
Lynch Humphrey, Cappanaloha west 
Lynch Richard, Aghagpoleen 
Magrath John, Ardnacloghy 
Magrath Michael, Laharan west 
Manning John, Glanbannoo upper 
M'Carthy Denis, Letterlickey west 
M'Carthy Florence, Ardra 
M'Carthy John, Derryduffmore 
Meara John, Dromleigh north 
Minehane Daniel. Dunnamark 
Mullins Jeremiah, Dromacoppal 
Newman John, Dunbittern 
O'Donovan Cornelius, Newtown 
O' Donovan Jeremiah, Cloonygorman 
Rawlins George, Coolcullaghta 
Riordan Daniel, Sheskin 
Scully Denis, Ahilbeg 
Sullivan Cornelius, Maularehy 
Sullivan Cornelius, Ahildotia v 
Sullivan Daniel, Dromacoussane 
Sullivan Jeremiah, Derryduffmora 
Sullivan John, Croangle 
Sullivan Michael, Gurlcenroe 
Sullivan Patrick, Ardnacloghy 
Sullivan Patrick, Anlnagashel 
Sullivan William, Rooska 
Sullivan .Richard, Lahernshermeen 
Sullivan Timothy, Dromclough 
Sullivan William, Kilmore 
Sullivan William, Reendesert 
Swanton George, Muliough 
Swanton , Aghagoleen 
Swanton James, Cappanaloha 
Tobin John, Reenavanna 
Tobin Richard, Glenbanno lower 
Viikery Samuel, Whiddy island 
Vickery Robert John, Dromkeal 
Walsh Joseph, Coomanore 
Warner Robert, Reendesert 
Wiseman Edward, Coomanore 
Wiseman John, Rooska east 



BEAR ISLAND. 

Sub post office, 90 miles from Cork, 34 from Bantry (head office), and \ l /t from Castle- 
townbere. This island is near the mouth of Bantry bay ; and, lying near the western 
shore, opposite Castletownbere, forms the capacious and sheltered harbour of Berehaven, 
and is of great use in protecting this noble bay from the fury of the south-west winds. 
Its surface is rocky and coarse, its length about six miles, and its breadth about one and 
a-half, with a population of 1225. The fortifications consist of three batteries, redoubt, 
(our martello towers, etc. These are some great s.?a caves, worked out by the sea. on the 
outer side of this is'and. The trap rocks of Bcre island and the adjoining mainland are 
of great variety and interest. There are both contemporaneous beds and intrusive dykes 
of both greenstone and felstone ash, indicating volcanic activity in this immediate vicinity 
at two different geological periods. Specular iron ore is found on the island. '1 he 
temperature of those parts of the island having a southern aspect is considerably higher 
thai.- that of tl-e mainland, and as a consequence the Bear island farmers supply the 
Dtarlvct of Castletown with potatoes a month earlier than their neighbours of the main- 



BEAR ISLAND BELGOOLY-BLACKROCK. 163 

land. The inhabitants are remarkable for their industry, sobriety, love of peace, and 
deep religious feelings. It is very rare to see a Bere island man bringing a case into 
court, all differences being settled by the priest, who up to a very recent period resided 
on the island. The island contains a Roman Catholic church, a priest's residence, and 
three National schools. 



Parish Killaconenagh (p. 78.) 
Poor Law Union Castletown bere 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Dr. George W. F. Armstrong 



Clergy, etc. same as for Castletown bere 

Principal Landholders. 
Harrington Michael Harrington Patrick 



BELGOOLY. 

Sub post office, near Oysterhaven, 12 miles from Cork, and 3 from Kinsale (Juad office}. 
It was here the Irish had their camp for the first years of the wars of 1641. The newly 
established South of Ireland and County Cork Distillery Company, Limited, has consider- 
ibly improved this locality, the company having expended about .25,000 on their 
premises at Belgooly. When in full operation, this distillery will give employment to a 
large number of persons, in anticipation of which several new houses are in course of 
erection. In consequence of the increased facilities for stock-feeding and dairy-farming, 
land is also changing hands at increased rents. 

Postal. Gentry. 

Postmaster Michael Leahy Bittah William, Mill house 

Mails despatched every evening at 5 30 p. m, Cramer Mrs, Ballindeenisk 

art. 7 50 a.m. Harrison Mrs, Ballindeenisk 

Official Knolles Charles F, Belgooly 

Parish-Kilmonoge (p. 84), Culler, (p. 63) Whitney William, Knocknanaffe 
Poor Law Union Kinsale Vintners. 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages Colenian Bartholomew 

Dr. W. McDermott Murphy Miss 
Petty Sessions District-Ballymartle every Principal Landholder* 

alternate Monday ; clerk, Wm. Walton, Bith Williai *; Lybe 

Kinsale Brien j oh Mountlong 

Quarter Sessions-Cork and Kinsale Byrne William T, BalTady 

Resident Magistrate-George R. Cronin ^ M Thomastow ,/ 

Sub-Inspector Constabulary -James Hojel Crone Newenhani) Knockleagh 

Place of Worship. Gash William, Ballindeenisk 

Clontead R. G. church Rev J. Walsh, P.P. Gash William, Knockahowlea 

_ Keeffe John, Ballyrichard 

National School. Locke ] ohnj Ballady 

Michael Leahy, teacher Murphy William, Ballindeenisk 

Justice of the Peace. Reardon Denis, Lybe 

Heard Robert, Pallastown Regan Daniel, Ballady 
Knolles Thomas W, Oatlands . Sullivan Timothy, Castletown 

BLACKROCK (part of). 

(For remainder of Blackrock see Suburban Directory City of Cork ) 

Sub post, money-order, and telegraph office, two and a-half miles from Cork (Jiead office). 
This is a pleasant suburb, in the civil parish of St. Finbar's, about five minutes by rail from 
Cork trains every hour (C. B. & P. Ry.); fares, single 4d., 3d., 2d., return 6d.. 4d., 3d. 
Blackrock castle, on the promontory of Ringmahon, was originally built by Lord Mountjoy, 
in the reign of James I. (1604); the present little structure was erected by the corporation 
for about ,1000, and is now in the possession of the Harbour Board. In it the mayors 
of Cork formerly held an admiralty court being, by several charters, appointed admirals 
of the harbour a custom which has been long superseded by the ceremony of "throwing 
the dart" of jurisdiction outside the harbour. There are Protestant and Roman Catholic 
places of worship. 

The Ursuline Convent of Blackrock, one of the first training establishments for young 
ladies in Ireland, is a noble mansion, with grounds of about forty acres. It contains 
over fifty nuns, some cf whom superintend the education of about 70 boarders (see 
aii'vt. next page.) They also take charge of an adjoining National School (No. 5940) of about 
100 girls, in connexion with which is an Industrial Crochet School. The manufacture of 
the crochet work in the'iatter school, under the kind superintendence of the sisterhood, 
enables a number of grown girls to earn a substantial livelihood. Its excellence and 
superiority cf finish some having the appearance of the most delicate lacework can be 
testified to from persona! inspection ; and it is a matter of surprise the demand is not more 



i4 BLACKROCK. 

extended at home as it realizes a ready sale in France, England, and elsewhere. The 
Ursuline order was founded by Miss Nano Nagle, in the year 1771, in the city of Cork, 
and was transferred in 1825 to Blackrock. 

At Rochelle, Blackrock road, is also a very superior Protestant seminary for young 
ladies, with an average of 60 boarders. The Protestant church of St. Michael's, Blackrock 
was formerly a chapel-of-ease to the cathedral, but the Diocesan Council have recently 
constituted it a separate parish, under the title of St. Michael's. This church is adorned 
with one of the most beautiful productions of Hogan's chisel an elaborately finished, 
group, representing the Resurrection, to the memory of W. Beamish, of Beaumont. 

In an ornamental planted enclosure on the Blackrock road, about two mil6s from Cork, 
is a handsome monument erected by private friends to the memory of the late Alexander 
McCarthy, M.P. for County Cork in 1859, to whom a great portion of the neighbouring 
property belonged. 



Postmaster Samuel Dixon 

Despatch of Mails. 
From Blackrock Post office IO 30 a. m, 

and 7 45 p .m. 
From Letter-box at Ballintemple 10 20 

a.m, and 8 o p.m.; on Sundays 74Op m. 
From Letter-box at Ashton Lawn 10 30 

a.m, and 80 p.m. ; on Sundays 7 45 p.m. 

Constable Hugh McFarlane 

Registrar Births, Deaths & Marriages 
Dr. Augustine O'Connor 

Places of Worship. 
St. Michael's Protestant Church Rev Geo. 

K. Smyth, rector 
Roman Catholic Church Rev Wm. Canon 

O'Sullivan, P.p. ; Rev Patk. Hurley, C.C. 

Ursuline Convent. 
Superioress Mrs. Hoey ; 50 nuns 

Rochelle Female Protestant Seminary.. 
Principal Miss McMurray ; 5 assistants 

National Schools. 

Ballintemple 70 pupils ; teacher, Miss 
Emma Gaffney 

Ballinlough 80 pupils; teacher, Miss Mary 
Geany 

Blackrock, male ; master, Mr. Nagle * 

St. Michael's Protestant 17 pupils ; "tea- 
cher, Miss Mary Hcaly 



Limestone Quarries 

Ballintemple (5) worked by B. McMullen, 
Daniel Murphy, Daniel Murphy, jun, 
John Barry, Patrick J. Scannell 

Booreenmanagh (i) worked by Francis 
Montgomery Jennings 

Gentry, Clergy, City Merchants, etc. 

(Resident in Hlackrock Postal delivery) 
Bailey Charles, butter merchant, Mahon 
Baker George, merchant, Mahon 
Beamish Benjamin S, Mahon 
Bingham Joseph B, steward, Dundanion 
Bull Jas, dep. clerk of the peace, Dundanion 
Burke Richard Charles, builder, and lessee 

Theatre Royal, Mahon 
Callaghan Robert, Dundanion 
Connell William Charles, Clover hill 
Connor Francis M'Carthy, clerk, Mahon 
Connor William McCarthy, Mahon 
Corcoran Daniel, Baliinure 
Cotter Michael, cornbroker, Ballinlough 
Crawford William, Lakelands 
Creamer Michael, Convent road 
Cremin James, wine merchant, Dundanion 
Cronin Miss, Mahon 
Delany Right Rev William, R. C. Bishop 

of Cork, The Palace 
Dixon Thomas, Dundanion, Northclifle 
Dowlingjohn, commercial traveller, Mahon 
Dwyer JJiss Mary, Blackrock 
Edwards Alexander, accountant, Mahon 
Fagan Mrs Anne, Castle road 
Fit/gerald, The Misses, school, castle road 



BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, 

URSULINE CONVENT, BLACKROCK, CORK. 

UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF 

THE RIGHT REV. WILLIAM DELANY, 

Lord Bishop of Cork. 

The Ursuline Order has ever been considered peculiarly qualified for the religious and literary training 
of youth, to which it is exclusively devoted. The greatest care is given to the formation of the character, 
and to the progress of the pupils in learning, while their health, diet, necessary relaxation, and general 
comfort are attended to with maternal solicitude. 



Flower and Landscape Painting, and every description of useful and ornamental work. 

TERMS : 32 Guineas per Annum, payable lial/-yearly in advance. 

The Convent is beautifully situated, overlooking the river, about two miles from the city, from which 
there is conveyance every hour by train. 

further particulars may be known oa application at the Convent. 



BLACKROCK-BLARNEY. 



165 



Gardiner Mrs Anne, Mahon 

Haines John Shettick, J.P, Ballinlough 

Hartland Joseph Bullen, seed merchant, 

Mahon 
Harris 'uchard, J. P, house and land agent, 

Lakeview 
Harris William Prittie, house and land 

agent, Lakeview 
Hatton John, grocer, etc, Thornhill, Ballin- 

lough 

Hayes Mrs Anne, Mahon 
Higginson Charles, accountant, Bayswater 
Hurley Rev Patrick, c.c, Dundanion 
Jones Henry E, solicitor & coroner, Mahon 
Jermyn Thomas H, solicitor, Mahon 
Jacob Charles H, grocer, Mahon 
Jacob Alfred W, commercial agent, Mahon 

lodge 

Jellico Frederick, accountant, Mahon 
Keeffe John, Convent road 
Lindsay Samuel P, solicitor, Mahon 
Leary Daniel, Dundanion 
Lemesurier Alfred J, Mahon 
Mercer Captain, Glanmire view 
Murphy James, J.P, Ringmahon castle 
O'Connor, Augustine, M.D, Dundanion 
O'Keeffe Cornelius, solicitor, etc, Mahon 
O'Keeffe William, solicitor, etc, Mahon 
O'Mahony Jas, tobacco merchant, Mahon 
O'Sullivan Rev Canon William, P. P, Dun- 
danion 

Pike Ebenezer, Besborough 
Perrier William Lumley, J.P, Ballinure 
Sandiford Daniel Lane, Ballinlough house 
Scannelr John, architect, Mahon 
Simmelkier Thos, Capt steamship, Mahon 
Smyth Rev George, rector Mahon 
Smith John, Dundanion 
Staveley R, Capt steamship Xema, Mahon 
Stopford Rev Joseph, Ferney 



Symms Mrs, Dundanion 

Taylor Richard, Ballinlough 

Varian Ralph, Lisnacairn 

Wallace Henry, Blackrock 

Whitelegge Rev William, Ballinlough 

Williams Saml, wine merchant, Dundanion 

Shopkeepers, Vintners, Farmers, etc. 

Bingham Joseph, B, dairyman, Mahon 
Brady Edward, farmer, Ballinure 
Barry William, builder, Blackrock 
Cashman Ellen, caretaker, Castle 
Cufife Mortimer Joseph, vintner, Blackrock 
Davis Mrs, vintner, Blackrock 
Dniscoll Patrick, car owner, Dundanion 
Driscoll Patrick, jun, car owner, Ballinure 
Driscoll William, car owner, Dundanion 
Flaherty John, car owner, Knockrea, Ballin- 
lough 

Harness Robert, shopkeeper, Mahon 
Harvey John, shopkeeper, Blackrock 
Keeffe Joseph, car owner, Dundanion 
Keller William, shopkeeper, Mahon 
Kelly Michl, market gardener, Ballinlougn 
Leahy J, farmer and carpenter, Dundanion 
Lett Thomas, farmer, Dundanion 
Maher Thomas, market gardener, Brown- 

ingstown, Ballinlough 
Murray Patrick, vintner, Ballinlough 
Q' Keeffe David, farmer, Dundanion 
O'Leary John, vintner, Blackrock 
Peek Mrs Charlotte, shopkeeper, Blackrock 
Riordan Daniel, market gardener, Brown- 

ingstown, Ballinlough 
Riordan Jas, market gardener, Ballinlough 
Riordan John, market gardener, Brown- 

ingstown, Ballinlough 
Walsh Richard, mason, Blackrock 
Walsh Thomas, builder 



BLARNEY. 

Sub post, money-order, and telegraph office, 5 miles from Cork (head office). Blarney 
is a place of very ancient fame. It was a seat of the great McCarthy family, and a place 
of Druidical worship. Here are the beautiful grounds and romantic ruins of Blarney 
castle, a stronghold of the Earls of Clancarthy, who forfeited a great estate in this county, 
including the castles of Kilcrea and Macroom, for their adherence to James II. In Queen 
Elizabeth's time it was reckoned one of the strongest fortresses in Munster, and consisted 
o four large piles joined in one. The castle was erected about the middle of the fifteenth 

.tu:y, by Cormac McCarthy, and is now the property of Sir George Colthurst, bart., 
'.no has recently erected a handsome mansion adjoining. In the grounds are several 
L/ruidical monuments, and the neighbourhood has many other remains of antiquarian 
interest, including some circular raths and square entrenchments, with the usual subterranean 
cells. Blarney was at one time the seat of several manufactories, which gave a vast amount 
of employment in the manufacture of articles of chamois and buckskin leather for gloves 
and clothing, cotton printing, paper making, etc. There was also a large factory for flax 
spinning, under the protection of the Linen Board of Ireland, which was subsequently, in 
1825, turned into a woollen and worsted mill. This woollen mill, the property of Messrs. 
Martin Mahony Bros, was totally destroyed by fire in December, 1869, and was immediately 
re-erected in the modern style of factory buildings, and now gives employment to 260 
operatives in the manufacture of the celebrated Blarney tweeds. The machinery is driven 
by two turbines of 105 horse- power, supplemented by a steam engine of 40 horse-power. 
About a mile and a-half from Blarney castle is the celebrated St. Ann's Hydropathic 
Establishment (set St. Ann's post-office). There are Protestant and Roman Catholic 
places of worship ; and the Baptist minister of Cork holds services here on the 1st 
Wednesday in each month, The village of Blarney is about a mile from the railway 
station (G. S, & W, Ry.) fares, single i/a, i/, $d., return a/, 1/7, d, 



1<5<S BtARNEY. 

Postmaster Eugene Corcoran 

Official. 

Parishes Garrycloyne (p. 69), Grenagh 

(p. 70), Matehy (p 91) 
Poor Law Union Cork 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. Francis Nunan 
Relieving officer William O'Connell, 

Lissavoura 
Petty Sessions District Blarney, every and 

Tuesday ; clerk, Thomas Smith, Blarney 
Quarter Sessions District Cork 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary J. Mullarkey 
Constable William Willis 

Justices of the Peace. 

Colthurst Sir George Conway, bart, (Irid. 
1744). was M.P. for Kinsale 1863-74, a 
D. L. for co. Cork, [eldest son of Sir 
Nicholas, M.P. , 4th bart., and Elizabeth, 
eldest daughter of Colonel George Vesey, 
of Lucan house, co. Dublin], b. 1824 ; 
s. his father, 1829; m. 14 Jan., 1846, 
Louisa Jane, only daughter of St, John 
TefTeryes, of Blarney castle, co. Cork, 
Issue surviving ; 

George St. John, J.P, late Lieut. 43rd 

Foot ; b. 1850. 

Emily Jane Julia Louisa 

Anne Cape Alice Conway 

RES. The Castle, Blarney, co. Cork; 36, 
Wilton-cresem, S.W. ; Brooks's Club, 
S.W. ; Garrick Club, W.C. 

Barter Richard, St. Ann's 

Colthurst Gto. St. John, The Castle 

Fagan Capt., William, Woodside 

Mahony Nicholas, St. Helen's 

Sugrue John H, Cork 

Wall Thomas, M.D. Cork 

Young H. Lindsey, Leemount, Cork 

Gentry, Clergy, etc. 
Buckley Rev John, P.P, Grenagh 
Moore Rev James, c.c, Grenagh 
Orpen Ed\vard Crump, deputy county sur- 
veyor, Coolflugh 
Parker Rev David, p. p, Blarney 
Perrin Rev Louis, rector Garrycloyne 
Townsend Richard, Garrycloyne 

Medical Practitioner. 

Nunan Francis. M.D, dispensary medical 
officer 

Manufacturers. 

Mahony Messrs Martin Bros, woollen mills 
Ryan John M, Gurth paper mills 

Traders, Shopkeepers, etc. 
Buckley John, Newcastle, vintner. 
Callaghan Jeremiah, Tower cross, vintnet 

and grocer 

Corcoran Eugene, grocer, etc 
Coughlan John, Grenagh, grocer 
Cremin Michael, Waterloo, vintner- 



Curtin Thomas, Grenagh, vintner 
Deloghery Thomas, Grenagh. vintner 
Go den David, Grenngh, vintner 
Lynch Cornelius, Tower cms?, vintner 
M'AulifTe Owen, Grenagh, grocer 
M'Namara Roger, Rathduff. vintner 
Meany Mrs. Waterloo, vintner 
Mullane Timothy. Grenagh. blacksmith 
Murj-hy Edm >nd, B: ll/va!oon, vintner 
Murphy Mary. Grenagh, vintner 
Murphy Timothy, Newcastle, vintner 
Shamrock Co-operative society grocery, 

meal and flour 

Smith Margaret, Blarney; vintner 
Spencer Michl, Kilmona, Grenagh, vintner 
Twomey Patrick, Ballymorisheen, vintner 

Principal Landholders. 
Ahern Andrew, Ballyfadeenmore 
Ahern Michael, Bawnafmny 
Ahern John, jun, Woodside 
Baldwin Margaret, Grenagh 
Buckley Patrick, Lyradane 
Buckley Denis, Ballyvaloon 
Buckley John, Newcastle 
Byrns Jeremiah, Garryadeen 
Byrns Julia, Garryadeen 
Callagnan Bartholomew, Vicarstown- 
Callaghan John, Vicar>town 
Callaghan Denis, Grenagh 
Callaghan William, Ballymorisheen 
Cagney John. Knocknalyre 
Coakley Denis, Ballyvaloon 
Coleman Michael, Ballygibbon 
Coleman Daniel, Knockacorbally 
Connell Laurence, Curraghnalaght 
Connell Denis, Lissard 
Cooney Timothy, Dromin 
Corcoran Eugene, Blarney 
Cremin Michael, Waterloo 
Cronin Daniel, Monalahy 
Cronin L'aniei Patrick, KnorknasufT 
Cronin Michael, KnocknasutT 
Daly Daniel, Knocknalyre 
Daly John, Glancam 
Donoghue James, Courtbrack 
Donoghue Michael, P>allyfa'deenmore 
Donovan Jeremiah, Killeen 
Donovan Mathias, Knockantota 
Donovan John, Ballyglass 
Donovan Timothy J un, Ballymorisheen 
Donovan Timothy, sen, Bally vaioon 
Donovan Mathias, Ballyvaloon 
Donovan Michael John, Birch hill 
Downey Michael, Ballyfadeen beg 
Downey Johanna, Ballyfadeen beg 
Downey Denis, Ballyfadeen more 
Flynn Michael, Kilclogh 
" Denis, Balliaraha 



Forrest Thomas. Boolypatrick 
Forrest David, Killowen 

eary Redmond, Ballyfadeenmore 
Golden Michael, Garryadeen 
Hallissy John. Garrycloyne 
Hallis?/ Timothy Dawstown 



BLARNEY-BOHERBUE. 



1*7 



Hayes Denis, Dawstown 
H ives James, Ballymartin 
Hayes Cornelius, Dawstown 
Hayes Denis, Dawstown 
He\ly Thomas, Curraghnalaght 
HetTernan Patrick, Glancam 
Helfernan Patrick, Kathduff 
Hegarty Daniel, Kilclogh 
Hennessy Timothy, Gortdonoghmore 
Hewitt George, Curraghnalaght 
Keeffe John, Ballyhilloge 
Keilly Bartholomew, Ballynaraha 
Keily Patrick, Ballynaraha 
Kelleher James (Denis), Dawstown 
Kelleher Bartholomew, Dawstown 
Kelleher John James, Dawstown 
Kelleher Denis, Killowen 
Kelleher Timothy, Com tbrack 
Kelleher Timothy, Dawstown 
Kelleher Bartholomew, Ballymorisheen 
Kelleher Owen, Curraghnalaght 
Kelleher John Timothy, Dawstowu 
Kelleher Michael, Knocknasuff 
Kennedy Denis, Lyradane 
Lehane Catherine, Grenagh 
Looney Daniel, Ballyhillogue 
M'Carthy Patrick, Ballyhilloge 
M'Carthy Daniel, Knockantota- 
M'Carthy Michael, Lyradane 
M'Carthy Jeremiah,- Lyradane 
M'Namara Roger, Rathduff 
Mahony Patrick Kilclogh 
Manley Patuu> Ballymartin 
Manley Cornelius, Ballymartin 
Manley John, Ballymartin 
Meany Mrs, Waterloo 
Mulcahy Edinond, Newcastle 
Mulcahy Edmond, Kilmona 
Mullane Michael, Loughane 
Mullane Edmond, Dawstown 
Mullane Matthew, Dawstown 
Murphy Thomas, Loughane 
Bjurphy John, Grenagh 
Murphy' Edmond, Knocknalyre 
Murphy John, Ballyglass 
Murphy Timothy, Newcastle 
Murphy Denis, Ballygibbon 
Murhy Patrick, Ballynaraha 
Murphy Richard, Killowen 
Murphy Timothy, Killowen 



Murray Michael, Courtbrack 
Nag'e Michael, Loughane 
Nagle Mrs, Gortdonoghmore 
O'Brien Timothy, Gortdonoghmore 
O'Callaghan Jeremiah, Blarney 
O'Connell William, Lissavoura 
O'Donoghue Patrick, Knbcknabehy 
Regan Daniel, Vicarstown 
Rellihan Timothy, Lissavoura 
Rellihan Denis, Lissavoura 
Richardson Michael, Gilcagh 
Richardson William, Gilcagh 
Richardson John, Gilcagh 
Richardson Airs, Gortdonoghmore 
Riordan Mrs John, Gortdonoghmore 
Riordan John, Knocknacorbaliy 
Riordan John, Ballygrogan 
Ross William, Clogheenmilcon 
Sheehan Joseph, Courtbrack 
Sheehan John, Monalahy 
Sheehan Mrs, Killeen 
Smith John, Dawstown 
Spillane John, Knockacorbally 
Sullivan Denis, Kilclogh 
Sullivan Jeremiah, Ballyhilloge 
Sullivan Daniel, Lyradane 
Sullivan Denis, Maulrane 
Twohig Philip, Ballymorisheen 
Twomey Eugene, Ballymartin 
Twomey Timothy, Kilmona 

Twomey John, Lisheenowen 

Turpin John, Loughane 

Turpin William, Loughane 

Walsh Thomas, Loughane 

Walsh John William, Vicarstowo 

Walsh Robert, Ballyfireen 

Walsh Margaret, Ballyvaloon 

Walsh Edmond, Curraghnalaght 

Walsh Michael, Curraghnalaght 

Walsh Michael, Ballygrogan 

Walsh William, Glancam 

Walsh John, Kilmona 

Walsh Edmond, Kilmona 

Walsh Thomas, Kilmona 

Walsh Patrick, Lissard 

Walsh John, Rathduff 

Walsh James, Rathduff 

Walsh Thomas, Rathduff 

Wise Francis, Birch hill 

Wiseman John, Garrycloyne 



BOHERBUE. 
Fairs. 



' Feb, 15 May, 15 Aug, 28 Oct, 6 Dec. 
Postmistress Catherine O'Leary. 

Official. 

Parish Kilmeen (p. So) 
Poor Law Union Kanturk 



Petty Sessions District Kanturk, e--ery 
second Saturday ; clerk, Denis Com ell, 
Kilnahullabeg 

Quarter Sessions Districts Macroom and 

Kanturk 

Resident Magistrate Capt. R. Carr Coote 



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BOHERSUE-BUTLERSTOWX BUTTEVAXT. 

Keeffe John, Ballyhoolohan 
Lane Denis, Glentanefinnane 
Lane Jeremiah, Glentanefinnane 
Leary Daniel, Aghareenag 
Linehan John, Dromanarrigle 
Linehan Timothy, Derrynatubbrid 
M'Auliffe John, Gortateeboy 
M'Carthy Peter, KiDaseragh 
M 'Sweeny Jane, Ballyhoolohan 
Moynihan John, Acres 
Moynihan Patrick, jun, Laharan west 
Moynihan Daniel, Urraghilbeg 
Murphy Timothy, Ballyhoolohan 
O'Connell John, Laharan east 
O'Connor Owen, Glenalougha 
O'Connor Patrick, Doonaslean 
O'Leary John, Knockeenadallane 
O' Leary Thomas, Cloongeel 
O'Mahony John, Knockavoreen 
O'Sullivan Cornelius, Glentanefinnane 
O'Sullivan Humphrey, Glenreagh 
Reilly Maurice, Cloongeel 
Ring John, Doonaslean 
Savage Patrick, Cloongeel 
Sullivan Daniel, Ummeraboy 
Sullivan John, Gneeves 
Sullivan John, Dromanarrigle 
Twomey Cornelius, Ballyhoolohan 



168 

Gentry and Clergy. 
M'Cartie Daniel, Dromanarrigle 
M'. \Iahon Rev Matthias, P.P. 
O'Leary Rev John, c.c. 
Laj:kin Rev J, c.c. 

Medical Practitioner. 
O'Sullivan Jeremiah, Boherbue 

Principal Landholders. 
Archdeacon Thomas, Clongeel 
Bolster Thomas, Kilnahulla more 
Bourke John, Derrynatubrid 
Buckley Jeremiah, Foyle 
Burke Mrs M. A, Ballyhoolohan 
Callaghan Jeremiah, Clongeel 
Connell Denis, Kilnahullabeg 
Connor Daniel, Loumanagh 
Connor Denis, Ummerabq 
Connor John, Doonosleen 
Cronin Thade, Glenreagh 
Daly John, jun, Knocklagh 
Daly Mathew, Kilnahulla 
Fitzpatrick Michael, Ballyhoolohan 
Forde Cornelius, Gortearagh 
Forcle Daniel, Ballyhoolohan 
Guinea Jeremiah, Glencollins 
[ones Daniel, Glentanefinnane 



BUTLERSTOWN-/J Courtmacsherry and Timoleagut). 

Sub post office, in the parish of Lislee, situated on A promontory called " The Seven 
Heads," between Courtmacsherry bay and Clonakilty bay ; 34 miles from Cork, 14 from 
Bandon (head office), and 4 from Timaleague. This part of the coast consists of stupendous 
cliffs, with several subterranean caves worked out by the sea, and frequented by sea-fowl, 
seals, etc. These cliffs are composed of several distinct strata ; the fourth from the surface 
is a soft ferruginous yellow rock, in which masses of iron ore are found, almost pure, and 
varying in size from 4 ozs. to nearly I cwt. There are several ancient circular mounds or 
raths ; that from which the parish is said to derive its name, Lis-ke, is a little to the west 
of the Protestant parish church, but the more extensive is on a hill about half a mile to 
the south. On a small peninsula in the bay of Dunworly are the ruins of a castle, and on 
the cliffs of Seven Heads is an old signal tower. Protestant and R. C. churches, coast- 
guard station, police barrack, etc. 



BUTTEVANT. 

Head post, money order, and telegraph office, 27 miles from Cork by rail (G. S. & W. Ry. ) 
fares, single 5/7, 4/2, 2/4 ; return 9/6, 7/, 4/. Buttevant was formerly a walled corporate 
town, governed by a mayor and aldermen, and to judge from its ruins it must have been of 
considerable importance. Here are the ruins of an ancient abbey, founded by the Barrys 
in the reign of Edward I. (1251). Within the walls are several tombs of ancient Irish 
families, as the Barrys, Magners, Fitzgeralds, Prendergasts, Donegans, Meades, Dowlings, 
Healys, Nagles, Lombards, and Supples. Buttevant abbey must have been a pile of con- 
siderable magnitude and grandeur. Close to the entrance was formerly a large heap of 
skulls and bones now placed in the crypt of the abbey by the late Canon Buckley 
said to be the relics of those who fell at the battle of Knockininoss in 1647, between the 
Parliamentary forces under Lord Inchiquin and the Irish under Lord Taafe ; about half- 
a-mile distant are the ruins of Ballybeg abbey, also founded by the Barrys. Buttevant 
and its neighbourhood seems formerly to have been an assemblage of churches and reli- 
gious houses: hi addition to those given above, there are ruins at Kilmaclenine, Lisgriffin, 
Templeconnell, Ballinguile, etc. Buttevant castle, a fine ivy-clad building on the banks 
of the Awbeg, was built by the Barrys, and afterwards enlarged by Sir James Anderson ; 
it is now occupied by Mrs. Parsons. Near the castle is a fine flour mill, worked by both 
water and steam power ; this mill. is the property of Thomas Walsh, of Mallow, who re- 
cently expended about .2,000 in the erection'of the steam machinery. This neighbour- 
hood has been rendered classic by the pen of Spenser ; at Kilcoleman, near Buttevant, 



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169 



the mined walls of which still remain, he completed his Faery Queen. Buttevant is 
an important barrack station of the Cork or south-western military district. The river 
Awbeg abounds with white trout. The Protestant church is a handsome structure in the 
later English style, built in 1826, with a square embattled tower. The R. C. church, 
erected through the unwearied exertions of the late Very Rev. Canon Buckley, P.P., was 
commenced in 1831, and is deservedly reckoned one of the handsomest ecclesiastical 
structures in the south of Ireland. 

This district is very fertile, resting as it does principally on the limestone, it is well 
suited either for tillage or grazing ; limestone gravel, which is so efficacious as a top- 
dressing, is found in the parish of Imphrick, it being almost the only portion of the 
county where that useful mineral is available. On some of the high -lying districts, on 
the limestone, water is scarce, and must be dug for ; but is always found at a depth of 
one hundred feet, and in most cases at half that depth. Several splendid specimens of 
variegated red marble have been raised from quarries in the neighbourhood, and a good 
description of marble is found in all the mountains of Ballyhoura, north of the 
town. At Grange a lead ore, with a slight per centage of silver, was discovered by the 
railway labourers, in a cutting about one and a-half miles of Buttevant ; a culm vein has 
also been discovered in same cutting. Two miles south-west of this town, near Kilmac- 
lenine, there is a pit of good yellow ochre, which was formerly used for painting. From 
Kilcoleman bog is obtained a very peculiar kind^of peat, called by the peasantry, 
"mor.n-ye-nea" ; it is found floating on the water, and when fresh it is somewhat like the 
liver of an animal in consistency and colour ; when dried it becomes almost as hard and 
black as jet, and burns with a beautiful white flame. 



Fairs. 

Buttevant 27 Mar, 20 July, 14 Oct, 20 Nov 
Cahirmee Horse Fair 12 and 13 July. 

Postal. 

Mails despatched at 12 30 p.m. (day mail), 

and 10 30 p.m. (night mail). 
Postmaster Denis Fitzpatrick 

SUB POST OFFICES : 
Liscarroll Churchtown Doneraile 

Official. 

Parishes Bregoge (p. 53), Buttevant (p. 

54), Churchtown (p. 58), Imphrick (p. 

70), Kilmaclenine (p. 80) 
Poor Law Union Mallow 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

PL Walsh, M.D. 
Relieving Officer T Lenahan 
Collector of Poor's rate P W Greene 
Petty Sessions Court held 2nd and 4th 

Thursday of the month ; clerk, Michael 

Hayes, Buttevant 
Quarter Sessions District Mallow and 

Kanturk. 

Resident Magistrate Capt. R. C Coote 
Sub-Inspector B A Somerville 
Head Constable Patrick Keawell 
Acting-Constable Berd Kelly 

National Schools. 

Male 185 pupils ; teacher, Thos. Ryan 
Female 177 pupils ; Elizabeth Ryan. 
Grange, Male 75 pupils ; Edwd. Looney 
Female 90 pupils ; Bridget Ryan 

Justices of the Peace. 

Barry John Harold, Ballyvonare 
Creagh George W. B, Woodvilh 
Lysaght William, Hazlewood 
Spratt Harmer Devereux, Pencil hill 
Stewart Spenser, Springfort hall 

Gentry, Clergy, etc, 
Buckley, Rev Timothy, P.P. 
Cahil Rev Wm, c,c, Churchtown 



Cotter Rev W H, curate, Buttevant 

Crofts Richard Nason, Ballyhoura lodge 

Crofts Christopher, Velvetstown 

Daly George F, Rathclare 

Freeman Col. Joseph D, Clogheen house 

Fuge Richard, Templemary 

Harris George Crofts, Spitalfields 

Henderson D, Loughrea 

Lenihan Rev Timothy, Churchtown, C. C. 

M'Carthy Rev Chas, Creggancourty, P.P. 

McCarthy James, Currymount 

M 'Garry William, Castle view 

Neville Rev Edward, Main street, C.c. 

Norcott Miss, Springfield 

Parsons Mrs, Buttevant castle 

Phair Rev John Pickering, rector Buttevant 

Medical Practitioners. 

Corbett Michael, M.D. 
Sheehan James P, M.D. 

Hotel Keepers. 

Coughlan Timothy, Main street 
Foley Maurice, Main street 
Mullins James, Main street 
Taylor, Pelham, Barrack square 

Miller. 
Thomas Walsh 

Shopkeepers. 

Barrett Patrick, Main street 
Coleman John, Main street 
Connell William, Main street 
Corbett Cornelius, Main street 
Costelloe Mrs, Main street 
Fahy Philip, Main street 
Flannery Francis, Churchtown 
Foley Thomas, Main street 
Guinea Ellen, Main street 
Hayes and Cunningham, Main street 
Hayes Michael, Main street 
Hennessy Maurice, Main street 
Kihcade Johanna, Main street 



170 BUTTEVAXT. 

M 'Garry William H, Main street 

Mullins James, Main street 
O Brien Thomas, Cliuixhtown 
O'Conncll Catherine, .Main street 
O'Donne'l Jeremiah, Main street 
Roche Patrick, Main street 
Russell Thomas, Main street 
Shealtan Elizabe'.h, Main street 
Sheahan Michael B, pawnbroker 
\\alsii Thomas, Main street 

Principal Landholders. 

Bloke John, Knockbarry 

Blake Matthew, Lackaroe 

Blake Matthew, Boherascrub 

Buckley James, Jordanstovvn 

Burke Matthew, Ballynatrilla 

Burke Matthew, Lisbailyhea 

Browne Denis, Kilmac enine 

Browne Patrick, V.'alshestown 

Browne Edmond, Knockaunavaddreen 

Buckley James. Templeconnell 

Byrne Daniel, Bregoge 

Callaghan Denis, Kilmaclenine 

Carley Maurice, Ballybeg 

Carley Eugene, Ballybeg 

Clehane James, Inniscart 

Coleman William, Boherascrub west 

Connell Denis, Ardaprior 

Connell Maurice, Ardskeagh 

Connell Thomas, Spital 

Connell William, Boherascrub west 

Connors Edward, Shinanagh 

Connors Cornelius, Ballybeg middle 

Connors Edmond Murtagh, Kilmaclenine 

Connors Patrick, Templeconnell 

Connors John, Kilmaclenine 

Coughlan Thomas, Loughfrancis 

Coughlan William, Rathclare 

Coughlan William, Spital 

Coughlan Daniel, Ballybeg west 

Cowhey John, Copestown 

Cronin Timothy, Ardaprior 

Cronin James, Boherascrub 

Dunlea Edmond, Walshestown 

Duane David, Ballindillanig 

Duane William, Ballindillanig 

Duane William, Ballynageragh 

Ellard Edward, Main street 

Ellard Mrs, Spital 

Fitzgibbon Herald, Ballynamuck 

Flaherty Simon, Shinanagh 

Fleming Edward, Ballinguile 

Fleming John Walshestown 

Flynn Daniel, Bauvanagh 

Frawley Patrick, Templemary 

Garveny Thomas, Dreenagh west 

Garvin Cornelius, Knockanare 

Greene Drfvid, Knockaunavaddreen 

Greene George, Grange east 

Greene William. Grange east - 



Greene Philip, Grange east 

Guare Richard, Kiimaclenine 

Guare Owen, Kilmaclenine 

Hallinan William, Ballynatrilla 

Hannigan Daniel, Inniscart 

Hassett John, Shinanagh 

HelTernan James, Dun harry 

Hennessy Maurice, Main street 

Herlihy David. Imogane 

Herlihy Stephen, Curraglass 

Hutch Richard, Tullig 

Linehaa Timothy, Knockbarry 

Linehan William, Grange 

Lowe George Furlong, Ballybeg middle 

Lynch David, Baliincurrig 

Lynch Matthew, Bregoge 

M'Auliffe Daniel, Knockaunavaddreeu 

Ai'Carthy Owen, Knockbarry 

M'Carthy James, Ballygrace 

Madden Daniel, Kilbroney 

Madden Owen, Kilbroney 

Murphy William, Walshestown 

Murphy William, Imphrick 

Nagle Matthew, Bregoge 

Nagle Thomas, Knockanare 

O'Brien Daniel, Clashganniv 

O'Brien John, BaJlygrace 

O'Brien Patrick, Ballynagrath 

O'Brien Patrick, Knockroundaly 

O'Connell John, Knockaunavaddreen 

O'Connor Thomas, Leap 

O'Connor James, Dromin 

O'Donnell John, Bregoge 

O Keeffe Daniel, Copestown 

O'Leary David, Garranenageevoge 

O'Leary Arthur, Garranenageevoge 

O'Regan Michael, Ardeen 

O'Regan Myles, Kilcoleman 

O'Sullivan Patrick, Boherascrub 

Pine Robert, Lisballyhay 

Pine Patrick, Ballybeg west 

Regan Daniel, Curraglass 

Regan Maurice, Spital 

Roche James, Shinanagh 

Rogers Michael, Bregoge 

Sheehan Timothy, Dreenagh west 

Simcox Nathaniel, Baliincurrig 

Simcox John, Churchtown 

Stack Denis, Bregoge 

Sullivan Cornelius, Boherascrub 

Sullivan Richard, Boherascrub 

Sullivan Patrick, Tinniscart 

Sullivan lames, ITilmack ine 

Tobin William, Ballybeg 

Walsh David, Caherconnor 

Waish Patrick, Rathclare 

Walsh Thomas, Mills 

Warren Daniel, Ardskeagh 

Winter William, jun, Aghaburreen 

Winter William, Aghaburreea 

Woods James, Mam street 



CAPE CLEAR CARRluALl.\i-. 171 

CAPE CLEAR and INNISHERKIN ISLANDS, 

(Post office- Skibbe;-cen.) 

Caps Clear, !he wc'M-nown laiumavk to outward and homeward-bound vessels, ; "^ 
miles south-west of Cork, and 16 from Skibbereen, and the most southernmost poiru i 
Ireland. The island, the property of Sir Henry \Vrixon Becher, Hart, is three miles 
long by one and a-half in length ; and is a parish in itself, containing twelve town- 
lands, sub-divided into about 140 small farms. It is the principal of a large cluster of 
islands in the Atlantic ocean, lying off the coast of CarbeVy. The soil is shallow and not 
very productive ; the crops raised are chiefly oats, potatoes, and flax. In the year 1750, 
there were, according to Smith, about 400 families on the island ; the census returns of 
1871 give a population of 57 2 persons, consisting of 125 families, 546 Catholics and 32 
Protestants. There is a Catholic chapel, and a National school with about 92 pupils. 
Protestant service is occasionally performed in the tower of the lighthouse on the south 
side of the island. The lanthorn of this lighthouse has an elevation of 480 feet above the 
level of the sea, and in clear weather the Ir ht may be distinguished at a distance of 28 
nautical miles. About 4 miles west from Cape Clear is Fastnet rock, crowned with a 
lighthouse, visible 18 miles ; this rock is famous for the quantities of ling, haak, etc, taken 
near it. The island is surrounded by steep and dangerous cliffs, and accessible only by 
two small harbours, by which it is nearly intersected from east to west. In high winds 
there is a very heavv sea, consequently there is less intercourse with it than the islands 
nearer the coast. The men are exoert fishermen and excellent pilots. The scenery is 
extremely wild and romantic : on the south-west point is the remarkable and singularly 
picturesque ruin of Dunanore. or the Golden fort, formerly a stronghold of the O'Driscolls. 

Two miles north-west of Baltimore, between Cape Clear island and the mainland, is 
the island of Innisherkin. It is about three miles in length by one in breadth, and con- 
sists of six townlands of the parish of Tullagh, with a population of 432 persons. Tiie 
island is generally fertile ; good freestone is found in several places, and there are valuable 
slate quarries. The O'Driscolls had formerly castles here Dunelong and Dunashad 
which defended the entrance to Baltimore harbour ; here also are ruins of an ancient 
Franciscan abbey founded 1460 by the O'Driscolls. R. C. ciiurch at lunisherkin. 

CARRIGALINE. 

Sub post, money-order, and telegraph office, 8 miles from Cork (head office), and 6 from 
Passage (C. B. & P. Ry. ) According to Smith, the first Earl of Cork, out of a pique to tiie 
citizens of Cork, intended to build a town at Carrigaline ; but the civil war of 1641 ruined 
the design. This place derives its name from the abrupt rocky cliff near the village, on 
which are the remains of the ancient and once impregnable castle of Carrigaline, built by 
Milo de Cogan in the' reign of King John, and for nearly two centuries occupied by the 
Earls of Desmond, by whom it was forfeited in the reign of Elizabeth. Within the 
grounds of Aghamarta demesne are vestiges of the ancient castle of that name, also a keep 
of the Desmonds. The appearance of the country is beautifully varied, and the soil is 
fertile ; a considerable part under an improved system of tillage, and the remainder in 
demesne, meadow, or pasture land. The estuary of the Awenbwuy or Carrigaline river is 
embellished with numerous gentlemen's seats. This river presents the appearance of a 
miniature Rhine ; its banks are clothed from summit to base with magnificent timber, and 
winding in its course, forms a number of apparently land-locked lakes. In 1589, Sir 
Francis Drake, with a squadron of five ships, being chased by a Spanish fleet of superior 
force, moored his vessels safely in a basin under Coolmore, since called Drake's pool. 



Fairs. 

Easter & Whit Mondays, Aug. 12, Nov. 8 

Postal. 

Postmistress Miss Atkins 

Mails despatched every evening at 7 30 

Mail Cars, etc. 

Mail car arrives from Cork at 7 a.m, and 
leaves for Cork same evening at 7 30 p.m. 

Car every morning from Carrigaline to Cork 
at 10 a.m, and leaves Cork for Carrigaline 
every evening at 4 p.m. 

Official. 

Parishes Carrignline and Douglas (p. 55), 
Killanully (p. 79), Kilpatrick (p. 86), 
Kilmoney(p. 4), Liscleary (;\ 89), Trac 



Poor Law Unions Cork and Kinsale 
Registrars Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
C ~k Union Dr. Beamish, Passage 
Kinsale Union Dr. Wm. W. Pearson 
Petty Sessions District Carrigaline, every 
second Tuesday; clerk, John | . Edgeworth 
Quarter Sessions District Cork 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary J. Harcourt 
Constable Maurice Scanlon 

Justices of the Peace. 

Cantillon Charles J, Carrigaline, and Arbu- 

tur, lodge, Cork 

Connor Captain Daniel, Ballybricken 
Morgan Isaac, Brookville 
Newenham Rev Edward H, Coolmore 



ton (p, 102) | O'Grady Sjtandish Darby, Aghamarta castle 



172 



CARRIGALINE-CARRIGNAVAR.- 



Jentry and Clergy. 

Charleston William, Ringvilie 

Daunt Henry, Fahalea 

Daunt Thomas, Ballygrissane 

Daunt William, Ballygrissane 

Dorgan Timothy, Meadstown 

Glascott Miss, Kilmoney abbey 

Hayes Richard, Commeen 

Hayes Robert, Commeen 

Hungerford Thomas, Willow-hill 

Kitten John, Ballinphelic 

Maginn Rev Charles A, rector Killanully 

M 'Donald John, Waterpark 

M'Swiney Rev. Denis, p. p 

Roberts Michael H, Mountrivers 

Savage George, E. Bayview 

Seymour Isaac, Knockatoor 

Shinkwin Rev. Thos, R.C.C. 

Taylor Colonel, Sunnyside 

Thompson Andrew W, Ballea 

Westropp Ralph, Carrigaline 

Wilson Andrew, Knockmore 

Medical Practitioner. 
Pearson William, dispensary med. officer 

Millers. 

Cantillon Chas Joseph 
Wright Francis, Killanully 

Traders, Shopkeepers, etc. 

Ahern Owen, grocer 

Atkins Miss, grocer 

Barry Michael, vintner 

Bolster Thomas, shopkeeper and vintner 

Fitzgerald Anastasia, vintner 

Hogan John, shopkeeper 

Jackson Thomas, vintner 

Mahony Patrick, vintner 

M 'Namara John, shopkeeper 

O'Connor Andrew, baker 

Twomey James, vintner 

Principal Landholders. 

Ahern Cornelius, Ballyginane 

Ahern James, Ballinphelic 

Ahern Michael, Ballinphelic 

Allen Daniel, Fahalea 

Allen Denis, Ballinaboy 

Allen Thomas, Oummeen 

Bermingham John, Cummeen 

Bradfield John, Ballinrea 

Brady William, Bordee 

Busteed T. E, Hilltown 

Cogan James, Carrigaline east 

Cogan John, Carrigaline middle 

Cogan William, Carrigaline middle 

Cogan William, Shannon park 

Colen.an Daniel, Kilnagleary 



Connor Jeremiah, Ballyginnane 

Cronin John. Ballinvorosig 

Cronin John, Kilmoney 

Crowley John, Ballininolagh 

Culnane Cornelius, Coolsallagh 

Daly John, Carrigaline west 

Daly John, Cummeefl 

Donegan Michael, Killanally 

Donegan Michael, Coolmore 

Douglas John, Shanagraigue. 

Drinan David, Gortigrenane 

Drinan James, Ringabella 

Drinan Maurice, Ringabella 

Duff Michael, Kilmoney 

Dunlea John, Kilmoney 

Fennell Timothy, Ballinluska 

Fitzgerald Anne, Killanully 

Harrington Timothy, Ballyduhig 

Harris Abraham, Ballea 

Harris William Ballea 

Hosford James, Ballea 

Hungerford Richard. Stone hill 

Jackson Thomas, Carrigaline 

Jeffers George, Ballynaneenig 

Jeffords James, Carrigaline west 

Kelly John, Frenchfurze 

Kennedy Simon, Carrigaline' 

Kenefick Patrick, Carrigaline west 

Lane Timothy, Rose hill 

Leahy Daniel, Aghamarta 

Leary Patrick, Ballea 

Locke Robert, Boycestown 

Love Clayton, Ballea 

Lyhane Daniel, Cummeen 

Lyhane John, Cummeen 

M'Carthy Charles, Kilmoney 

M'Carthy Daniel, Shanagraigue 

Madden Eugene, Killanully 

Madden James, Killanully 

Mahony John, Kilmoney 

Mulcahy John, Fahalea 

Murphy Edward, Ballynaneenig 

Murphy Michael, Cummeen 

O'Brien Patrick, Ballea 

Peed C. B, Maryville 

Saunders Simon, Carrigaline west 

Scriven David, Kilmoney 

Scriven William, Kilmoney 

Sheehan Edmond Thomas, Meadstown 

Sheehan Thomas, Meadstown 

Smith John, Carrigaline east 

Sullivan Jeremiah, Shanagraigue 

Sullivan Philip, Killanully 

Twomey James, Carrigaline east 

Twomey Simon, Carrigaline east 

White John, Killanully 

W 7 right Francis, Killanully 



CARRIGNAVAR. 

Sub post-office, 6% miles from Cork (head office), Carrignavar castle, built by Daniel 
MacCartie, second son of Cormac, Lord Muskery, who died in 1516 now in ruins is 
the northern extremity of the liberties of the county of the city of Cork (charter James I., 
1609). There are two places of worship, and two national schools with 300 pupils on rolls ; 
also a Protestant school, attendance small. 



Official. 

Postmistress Mary Coleman 
Poor Law Union Cork 



Parishes Coole (p. 62), Dunbulloge (0.67), 

Kilcully (p. 76), St. Michaels (p. 98) 
Quarter Sessions District Cork 



CARRIGNAVAR CARRIGROHANE. 



J73 



Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. Wm. Donovan 
Petty Sessions District Blarney, every 

second Tuesday ; clerk, Thomas Smith, 

Blarney 
Constable in charge of Police Barracks 

Michael Russell 

Places of Worship. 
St. Michael's, Carrignavar Rev. Thomas 

Dorman, rector, res. 33 St. Patricks hill, 

Cork 

R. Catholic Church Rev. Canon C. Free- 
man, P.P. James O'Mahony, c.c. 

Residents. 
Donovan Dr. William, dispensary district 

medical officer 
MacCartie Justin, barrister-at-law (called to 

the bar in 1846) Carrignavar, and 13, 

Charlotte-quay, Cork. 

Principal Landholders, 
Burke Michael, Knockboy 
Callaghan Anthony, Dromboy south 
Callaghan Daniel, Knockboy 
Callaghan Eugene. Knockboy 
Callaghan John, Templemichael 
Callaghan Michael, Knockboy 
Callaghan Timothy, Templemichael 
Cashman Denis, Dromboy 
Cashman Maurice, Ballynabortagh 
Coleman John, Glashaboy north 
Corcoran James, Lyre 
Cotter Andrew, Dunbulloge 
Cotter Andrew, jun, Ballyskerdane 
Cotter Denis, Ballynahina 
Cotter Richard, Ballynabortagh 
Cronin Cornelius, Lyre 
Cronin Daniel, Ballycaskin 
Crowley Cornelius, Gormlee 
Curtin Mrs. Jeremiah, Carrignavaf 
Dargan Denis, Coom 
Daigan John, Boherard 
Dargan Mrs, Gortnalahee 
Dorgan Timothy, Glashaboy 
Dinan Patrick, Ballynahina 
Dineen John, Glashaboy south 
Dineen Thomas, Glashaboy south 
Donohoe Denis, Ballyskerdane 
Donohoe John, Gormlee 
Donohoe Patrick, Boherard 
Donohoe Timothy, Lyre 
Driscoll Michael, Ballynamaddree 
Duulea Bartholomew, Island 
Dunlea Denis, Ballyvorisheen 
Dunlea James, Ballyvorisheen 
Flaherty Michael, Coole West 



Flynn Jeremiah, Glashaboy soutn 
Flynn Patrick, Gortnalahee , 
Foley Daniel, Ballythomas 
Foley Daniel, Lyre 
Foley Daniel, Lyrenamon. 
Foley Mary, Glashaboy 
Foley Michael, Lyrenamon 
Foley Timothy, Island 
Foley Timothy, Dromboy south 
Geany Patrick, Coole West 
Geany Jeremiah, Ballyvorisheen 
Geany John, Ballyvorisheen 
Geany Michael, Glashaboy 
Hanlon Timothy, Ballynamadree 
Harrison Frederick, Ballynahina 
Healy Daniel, Gormlee 
Hegarty John, sen, Dunbulloge 
Hegarty Mary, Coolymurraghne 
Hegarty John, jun, Dunbulloge 
Hegarty Mrs. Simon, Lyre * 
Hegarty Catherine,,, Gormlee 
Hegarty Patrick, Gormlee 
Hegarty Denis, Coole 
Hickey Daniel, Ballynabortagh 
Humphries Patrick, Gormlee 
Kiely Michael, Ballycaskin 
Lynch Michael, Lyre 
Lynch Thomas, Lyre 
M'Aulifie Mrs, Templemichael 
Mahony Patrick, Lyre 
Mulcahy John, Ballynabortagh 
Mulcahy John, Gortnalahee 
Murphy James, Ballynaboi tagh 
Murphy Patrick, Boherard 
Murphy Jeremiah, Boherard 
Murphy Martin, Boherard 
Mnrphy Timothy, Ballyhesty 
Neenan Mrs, Ballynabortagh 
Neenan Daniel, Templemichael 
Neenan Cornelius, Templemichael 
Noonan Michael, Dunbulloge 
Noonan Cornelius, La'haran 
Noonan Timothy, Bajlycaskin 
Noonan Mrs, Ballycaskin 
O'Leary Michael, Knockboy 
Power Timothy, Ballyvorisheen 
Roche Mrs, Templemichael 
Shea Mrs, Templemichael 
Shea Bartholomew, Templemichael 
Sheehan Daniel, Carrignavar 
Sheehan Timothy, Carrignavar 
Sheehan Denis, Glashaboy 
Spillane John, Dromboy north 
Spillane Denis, Dromboy north 
Spillane Daniel, Dromboy north 
Walsh John, Ballynabortagh 
Walsh Patrick, Ballynamadree 



CARRIGROHANE. 

Sub post-office, four miles from Cork (head office). The bridge and castle of CarrigrOf 
hane, on the river Lee, terminates the liberties of the county of the city of Cork, to the 
west. The picturesque castle of Carrigrohane, formerly a pile of considerable strength, 
was founded by the MacCarthies, and came subsequently into the possession of the 
Barretts, of Ballincollig and elsewhere. Their estates were forfeited in 1641, and the 
castle dismantled. It afterwards became the res'dence of Captain Cope, a daring rap- 
paree, who, at the head of a gang of brigands, plundered travellers, and laid the neigh- 



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CARRIGROHANE CARRIGTOHILL. 



Louring country under contribution. A few years ago this ruin was completely restored, 
and tlie civile is now inhabited by Captain W. J. Huare, J.P. 



Official. 
Parishes Carrigrohane (p. 56), Carrigro- 

hanebeg (p. 56) 
Poor Law Union Cork 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. George A. Rountree, Ballincollig 
Petty Sessions District Ballincollig, every 

2nd Monday ; clerk, Thomas Smith 
Quarter Sessions District Cork 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary J. Mullarky 
Constable Bannow bridge Wm. Gooney 

Justice of the Peace. 
Hoare William I, Carrigrohane castle 
Young Henry Lindsay (also J.P. Cork ci y), 
Leemount 



Miller. 
Dunlea John, res, 5 Grenville quay, Cork 

Vintner. 
Moxley George, Carrigrohanebeg 

Principal Landho'ders. 
Bradley Daniel, Carrigroh.ine 
Cashmnn John, Carrigrohane 
Council Cornelius, Carrjgnv 
Connell John, Carrigroliane 
Coimell Michael, Coo'ata.na- 
Connors John, Carrigrohane 
Dwyer Patrick, Coolatubrid 
Hurley Timothy, Inchignggin 
Keeffe Arthur, Coolatanavally 
Keeffe Michael, Coolatanavally 
Murphy Thomas, Carrigrohane 
Murphy Cornelius. Carrigruliane 
Murphy John D, Carrigrohane 
Murphy John, Rockfarm 
Murphy Thomas (Scotch), Carrign ' 
Reardon Daniel J, Carrigrohane 
Richardson George, Carrigruhaiie 
Richardson John, Carrigrohane 
Richardson Michael, Carrigrohane 
Ryan Thomas, Lackan.-;honeen 
Wise James, Carrigrohane 



Gentry and Clergy. 
Bass Philip William, sqlr, Rockrohan 
Colthurst Nicholas Charles, Prospect 
Cross Abraham Benjamin, Templenill 
Dobbin Rev. Frederick, rector, Rect r : 
Parker Noble, M.D, Carrigrohane 
Parker Mrs, Inchigaggin 
Parker Misses, Inchigaggin 
Pratt Robert, Gawsworth 
Ronan Mrs, Coolatanavally 
Webb Mrs, Rosanua 

CARRIGTOHILL. 

Sub post-office, and station on the Cork and Youghal Railway fares, single 1/8, 1/3, 
8d. ; return 2/6, 2/-, I/I, three trains a day ; 9^ miles from Cork fh,ad office). Carrig- 
tohill (or Carrig-toille, "a carved rock,") lies to the north of the Great Island, round 
which flows a stream of salt water at high water. In the old parish church of Carrigtohill 
is a monument in Italian marble, erected to the memory of Sir James Cotter, 1666. 
Sir James lived at Ballinsperrig (now Annsgrove, the property of Francis Wise), and was 
visited by Queen Anne : a chair is still shewn in the house, used by her Majesty, called 
"Queen Anne's chair." There is a tradition that James II. also lodged here. Half 
a-mile to the south of Carrigtohill is the ruin of the castle of Barry's court, which gave 
title of Baron to the Earls of Barrymore. The castle is a noble ruin, and is now used as 
a barn and granary. ^It is a quadrangle structure of the I4th century, about 70 feet high, 
and has three towers communicating at each story with the principal apartments. The 
arches of the old castle are beautifully turned. It is said that Barry's court was erected 
on a more ancient structure belonging to the Lyons or Lehanes of Castlelyons ; and also 
that Giraldus Cambrensis penned a portion of his account of the Irish Norman conquest 
in this castle. The limestone rock abounds here, and there is a large cavity running under 
a rock, for a considerable way in the earth. 



Fairs 
12 March, 12 May, 26 Aug, 8 Nov. 

Postmaster David Barry 

Mail Car 

Carrigtohill to Youghal 3 34 a.m, arr. at 
6 14 a.m. 

Official. 

Parishes Carrigtohill (p. 56), Mogeesha 

(P- 93) 

Poor Law Union Midleton 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. R. Ryan ; deputy. David Harry 
Petty Sessions District -liclleton. every 

2nd Friday ; clerk, S. Mcdillagn 
Quarter Sessions District Midleton 



Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary -Aug. Rudje 
Constable William Stuart 

Justices of the Peace. 

Barry William II, Ballyadam 
Martin Robert John, Tullagreen 
Roche Edward, Johnstown house 

Medical Practitioner. 
Ryan R, Midieton dispensary med. offi.vr 

Gentry and Clergy. 
Barn' John W, M.D, Carrigtohill 
Barry Richard, Tullagreen 
Barry Thomas, Fahydorgan 
Barry William, M.D, Greenville 



Coppfnger Thomas F rands, K 
Heard Edward, BalHntubber 
Kelleher Rev Hugh, c.c. 
Lunham Robert, Cloneen 
Martin Rev. J. W, rector Carrlglohill 
Martin John, Killahora 
Martin Joseph, Killahora 
Seymour Rev. Richard, P.P. 
Wakeham John, Johnstown cottagj 
Wakcham Joseph B, Spring hill 
Wakeham William, Bleak house 
Wise Francis, Annsgrove 
W'oodley Francis H, Haymount 

Loan Office, 

McCarthy Daniel, Carrigtohll 
Shopkeepers, etc, 

Bray Mary, shopkeeper 
Cronin Patrick, vintner 
Cronin Timothy, butcher 
Kennedy John, butcher 
Lane Timothy, shopkeeper 
Lawton J, vintner 
iNagle Miss Eliza, vintner 
O'Connell Patrick, shopkeeper 
Sullivan James, tailor 
Terry Ellen, baker 

Principal Landholders, 

Arnold John, Longstown 
Barry David, Ballyleary 
Buckley Daniel. Clyduff 
Cotter Edmond, Woodstock 
Cotter John, Terrysland 
Crowley Denis, Barryscourt 
Daly Patrick, Carrigane 



CASTLEFREKE, 

I)?ay Cornelius, Killacloyne 
L-casy j'onn, Barryscourt 
Fenton Denis, Killacloyne 
Fenton Denis Patrick, Killacloyne 
Fenton John, Ballintubrid 
Fenton John, Killacloyne 
Fitzgerald Patrick, Ballinbrittig 
Higgins James, Lysaghtstown 
Howard David, Killacloyne 
Hyde John, Barryscourt 
Keeffe James, Ballinbriitig 
Kelleher John, Carrigane 
Kelleher William, Barryscourt 
Kenniry Thomas, Carrigane 
Kirby John, Killacloyne 
Lawton Michael, Woodstock 
Lawton David, Ballyrich trdmore 
Lawton William, Woodstock 
Leahy John, Ballintubrid 
Leahy Patrick, Ballintubrid 
M'Carthy Daniel, Carrigtohill 
M'Carthy Michael. Killacloyne 
Mahony Timothy, Ballyrichardmore 
Moore James, Ballyrichardmore 
Moore John, Ballintubred 
Moore John, Ballyrichardmore 
Murphy Nicholas, Killahora 
Murphy Peter, Ballinbrittig 
Murray Michael, Ballyregan 
Shea James, Knockbrack 
Sheehan David, Rossmore 
Sheehan James, Rossmore 
Twomey Daniel, Ballintubrid 
Wallace Edmond, Barryscourt 
Wallace Patrick, Ballinabointra 
Wallace Patrick, Ballinabointra 



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CASTLEFREKE. 

Sub post-office, 39 miles from Cork, 5 miles south-west of Clonakilty, and 14 from 
Enniskeane, a station on the West Cork Ry. It was formerly called Rath-Barry, from 
an ancient fortalice of the Barrys which stood here. Almost on every headland on this 
coast were castles erected by the Irish, seven of which belonged to the sept of O'Cowig, 
including the castle of Dundeady at Galley head. The promontory of Galley head, like 
that of Kinsale, stretches itself a good .way into the ocean, and is also of a considerable 
height, and there are several caverns formed at its base by the working of the waves. 
'A handsome lighthouse is in course of erection at Galley head, which will be one of the 
best under the Board of Trade : its lamp will consist of four lights of different shades, and 
attached to the tower will be three dwelling houses and five acres of walled-in land. 



Fairs 

Newmill March 25, May 14, June 4, 25 

Official. 

Parish Rathbarry (p. 94) 

Poor Law Union Clonakilty 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. Frederick Fitzgibbon 
Petty Sessions District Rosscarbery, every 
second Wednesday ; clerk, H. R. Mat- 
thews 

Quarter Sessions District Clonakilty 
Resident Magistrate - George R. Cronin 
Sub- Inspector Constabulary J. C. Mills 
Constable in charge of Milltown Barracks 
George M'Minn 



Coastguard Station 
(At Dirkcove, half mile S.E. of Galleyhead 

lighthouse.) 

Chief Officer Lieut. James Taylor 
Commissioned Boatman in charge John 
Phair 

Baron. 

Carbery, Baron (Irld. 1715), and a Baronet, 
1 768 George Patrick Percy Evans Freke, 
7th Baron [son of Percy Evans Freke. 
Esq., and Dorothea, daughter of the late 
Rev. Christopher Harvey, u.i>, of Kyle, 
co. We.xforci]; l>. March 17, 1810; J.his 
uncle, May 12, 1845 ; m. Aug. 5, 1852, 
Harriet Maria Catherine, only daughter of 



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CASTLEFKEKE-CASTLELYONS. 



the late Lieut. -Gen . Shuldham.E.I. C. S ., 
of Dunmanway, co. Cork. Issue : 

Hon. Georgiana Dorothea Harriet. 
RES. Castlefreke, co. Cork ; Laxton 
hall, Wandsford, Northamptonshire. 
Land Steward John Sheffield 
Gardener R. Winter 
Huntsman Richard Stewards 

Clergy. 
O'Leary Rev. Arthur, P.P., Ardfield and 

Rathbarry 
Smith Rev. T. Jasper, rector Rathbarry 



Walsh Matthew 



Vintner. 



Principal Landholders. 
Barry Garrett, Newmill 
Callinan Jeremiah, Ballylibert 
Callinan William, Ballylibert 
Daly James, Camus 
Deasy John, Camus 
Deasy William, Camus 
Donovan Cornelius, Ballylibert 
Donovan Daniel, Castlefreke 
Hooper Benjamin, Dundeady 
Hungerford William, Camus 
Hungerford Mrs. Georgina, Camus 
Leary Cornelius, Kilkerran 
Walsh' Patrick, Kilkerran 
Williamson Richard, Corraree 
Woods William, Kilkerran 



CASTLELYONS. 

Sub post-office, 21 miles from Cork, and 4 from Fermoy (head office]. Castlelyons 13 
pleasantly situated on the river Bride, in the midst of a well-watered and rich agricultural 
district. A Franciscan monastery the ruins of which still remain was founded here in 
1307, by the Barrys ; here are also ruins of two seats of the Barrys Ballyrobert castle 
and Castle-Lyons ; the latter called Castle- Lehan, from the O'Lehans, an ancient Irish 
sept that possessed a great part of this country. 



Postal. 

Mails Arrival (per rural messenger from 
Fermoy), 7 oa.m. ; departure, per do. to 
Fermoy, 6 15 p.m. 

Postmistress Mrs. Mary Broderick 

Official. 
Parishes Britway (p. 54), Castlelyons (p. 57) 

Coole (p. 62) 

Poor Law Union Fermoy 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. John O'Neill Sisk (Tuesday and 

Friday) 
Petty Sessions District Rathcormac, every 

second Tuesday ; clerk, John Godson 
Quarter Sessions District Fermoy 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy, 

Midleton 

Sub- Inspector Constabulary T. Fleming 
Constable P. M'Inerney 

Justices of the Peace. 

Hayes Captain Horace George, Towermore 
Mackey Uniacke Ronayne, Ballyroberts 

castle 

Gentry, Clergy, etc. 
Barry Thomas, Curraghdermott 
Dvvyer Henry, Kilcor north 
Humphries Daniel, Coole 
Montgomery Thomas, Berryhill 
O'Brien William, P.P. 
O'Callaghan D, C.C. 
O'Sullivan Edmond, sol, Castlelyons 
O'Sullivan John, Mohera 
Peard Richard M'Cullagh, Coole abbey 
Pyne George, Ballyvolane 
Sherrard Rev. William, Glebe house, 

rector Castlelyons 

National Schools. 

Castlelyons Patron: Thos. Perrott, esq. ; 

Teachers Thomas and Mrs HefFernan 
Britway Teacher, Mr. Murphy 



Mill Owner. 
Dowling Patrick 

Loan Fund Office. 
Patterson John, Main street, grocer, etc. 

Stone Cutter. 
Wilson James, Main street 

Vintners. 

Connell Denis, Leary's cross 
Cough'an Michael, Bridesbridge 
Daly William, Bridesbridge 
Donegan Mary, Main street 
Hayes Catherine, Main street 
Lee Robert, Main street Barrymore hotel 

Principal Landholders. 
Bryan Michael, Ballytrasna 
Buckley David, Glenarousk 
Cullinan Patrick. Kiicor south 
Desmond Martin, Curraghdermott 
Donegan Andrew, Mohera 
Dooley John, Ballyarra (also works a lime- 
stone quarry) 

Dooley Maurice, Hightown 
Foohy Denis, Coole lower 
Foohy Denis, Ballymurphy lower 
Foohy John, Rathbarry 
Foohy Martin, Ballyarra 
Foohy Michael, Ardnageehy 
Foohy Michael, Kilcor north 
Griffin James, Mohera 
Hegarty John, Kilcor south 
Hegarty Michael, Mellifontstown 
Hegarty Peter, Kilcor north 
Hegarty Peter, Killawillin 
Ivis David, Ballyrobert 
Ivis John, Ballytrasna 
Ivis Patrick, Ballytrasna 
Ivis William, Ballytrasna 
Kenny John, Mohera 
Kent David, Coole lower 



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Kent James, .Coole lower 

Kent John, Coole upper 

Kent Pierce, Ballyarra 

Kidney Colman, Brit way 

Lee Mary, Mohera 

Maye Jeremiah, Ballyarra 

Maye John, Baflaheen 

McCarthy Callaghan, Coole lower 

McCarthy James, Deerpark 

Moloney James, Kill St. Anne 

Moloney John, Ballyoran 

Moore Michael, Ballyhamsherry 

Patterson John, Kill St. Anne north 

Riordan Denis, Ballyhamsherry 

Riordan John, Ballyard 



Riordan Martin, Ballyarra 
Scanlon Michael, Barrafhona 
Scanlon Richard, Barrafhona 
Scanlon Thomas, Barrafhona 
Shea Maurice, Kilcor 
Shennick Richard, jun, Mohera 
Shennick Richard, sen, Deerpark 
Spillane John, Ballyhamsherry 
Stewart John, Glenarousk 
Strangman Casey, Corrin 
Sullivan Bartholomew, Deerpark 
Twohill Edmond, Kill St. Anne north 
Verling Bridget, Mohera 
Verling David, Moghera 
Verling Richard, Kill St. Anne south 



CASTLEMARTYR. 

Sub post, money-order, and telegraph office, 19 miles from Cork (head office], 6 from 
Ballycotton, and one and a-half from the Mogeely station (Cork and Youghal Ry) ; trains 
three times a-day fares, single 3/4, 2/6, 1/5 ; return 5/, 3/9, 2/5. Castlemartyr formerly 
Ballymartyr was the seafof the Fitzgeralds, the seneschals of Imokilly. It subsequently 
came into the possession of the Cork or Boyle family. It was erected into a borough in 
1674, by the interest of the first Earl of Orrcn , with the privilege of sending two mem- 
bers to the Irish parliameru^ The town consists of one wide street, and suburbs ; with 
market-house, erected in 1757 bytheRt. Hon. Henry Boyle; Protestant and R C. churches, 
etc. The castle of Imokilly, from whence this place derives its name, was strongly for- 
tified, being a very important fortress commanding the pass from Cork to Youghal ; the 
ruins now form an interesting feature in the landscape, and there are also ruins of the 
ancient churches of Ballyoughtera and Cahirultan. The seat of the Earl of Shannon con- 
sists of a handsome structure (erected by the Rt. Hon. Henry Boyle, Speaker of the Irish 
House of Commons), situated in an extensive demesne. The town is intersected by 
a road leading to Mogeely, Fermoy and Tallow ; also by one leading to the villages on 
the sea coast. Miliikin, author of the " Groves of Blarney," etc., was born here in 1767. 



Fairs. 
Castlemartyr 1st Tuesday in March and 

June, 2 May, 19 July, 2 Oct, 19 Dec. 
Mogeely 17 March, 21 Aug, 29 Oct. 

Pig markets are held in Castlemartyr on 
every Tuesday in the months of January, 
February, and March, and are well at- 
tended. 

Market-house Weighmaster D. Lenihan 
Postmaster John Linehan 

Post Car Proprietors. 

Galway Walter Weakliam Wm. 

Official. 

Parishes Clonmult (p. 60), Ightermurragh 
(p. 70), Kilcredan (p. 76), Mogeely (92) 

Villages Castlemartyr, Ladysbridge, and 
Mogeely 

Poor Law Union Midleton 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Dr. Thomas Sandiford, Castlemartyr, and 
Dr. William Buckmaster, Midleton 

Petty Sessions District Castlemartyr, every 
second Mqnday ; clerk, Wm. Weakliara 

Quarter Sessions District Midleton 

Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 

Sub-Inspector Constabukry--X. H.B.Butler 

Constable David Vauglian 

Justices of the Peace. 

Carbery James Sarsfield, Knockane 
Creagh George W. Brazier, Castlemartyr 



Shannon, Earl of, Viscount and Baron 
Boyle (Irld., 1756) ; Baron Carleton 
(Gt. Brit. 1786) Henry Bentinck Boyle, 
5th Earl [son of Richard, 4th Earl, and 
Emily Henrietta, youngest daughter of 
Lord Geo. Seymour] ; b. Nov. 22, 1833 ; 
s. his father, Aug. i, 1 868 ; was in the 
Diplomatic Service 1852-3 ; m. 1st, July 
12, 1859, Lady Blanche Lascelles (</. 
1863), third daughter of 3rd Earl of 
Harewood ; 2ndly, Jan. 14, 1868, Julia 
Charlotte, youngest daughter of the late 
Sir William Cracldock-Hartopp, bart. 

Issue of first marriage: 
Richard Henry, Viscount Boyle; b. 

May 15, 1860 
Hon. Henry ; 6. 1862 
Hon. Robert ; b. 1863 

Issue of second ma riage : 
Hon. Walter John Harry ; b. 1869 
Hon. Edward Spencer Harry ; .1870 
Hon. Algernon Douglas Edw. Harry ; 

b. 1871 

RES. Castlemartyr, co. Cork ; Carlton 
Club, s.w. 

Clergy and Gentry. 
Agar Rev. William, rector Kilcredan 
Barry Rev. James, c.c, Ballycrenane 
Bolster Rev. Robert C, preb, rector Castle- 

marlyr 

Bowles Spotswood, Springfield 
Connell Kenah, Bridgefield 
Gabbett Thomas, Carew's-wood 

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CASTLEMARTYR-CASTLETOWN BERE. 



Hennis Robert, Knockglass 
Murphy Daniel, Ballindmis 
Walker Wallis, Cassino 
Walsh Rev Thomas, P.P. Castlemartyr 

Vintner Shopkeepers, etc. 

Corry Patrick, vintner 
Garde Thomas, shopkeeper 
Hanan Josiah, coach builder 
Hanan William, shopkeeper 
Scanlon Laurence, shopkeeper 
Wall Andrew, shopkeeper 

Principal Landholders. 

Ahearn James, Glenagare west 
Ahearn Jeremiah, Curragrine 
Bertram James, Garrananassig 
Bransfield Thomas, Ballymacoolymore 
Brien James, Lismalaghlin 
Brien Patrick, Drominane 
Cahill, Michael, Ballymacooley 
Callaghan Denis, Gortstoke 
Canty John, Ballyhonock 
Cashman Patrick, Castletown 
Cogan Edward Henry, Killamucky 
Coleman William, Bridgefield 
Collins William, Farrentrenchard 
Connell Daniel, Ballynahyla 
Connery Maurice, Glenanemore 
Cox Richard, Ballybutler 
Curtin James, Garryoughtragh 
Daly Patrick, Knockglass 
Daunt George, Deerpark 
Donovan John, Kilmountain 
Fitzgerald William, Ballygibbon 
Field Mrs, Kilbeg 
Flynn Michael, Monacreagh 
Gleeson Denis, Castlerichard 



Gleeson Denis, Carrigarostig 

Gleeson James, Lisquinlan 

Gleeson John, Kilcraheen 

Gleeson Michael, Clonmaine 

Goold John, Lismala^hlin 

Goold Patrick, Curragrine 

Greehy John. Glenanemore 

Grogtin David, Gortstoke 

Hall Henry, Ightermurragh 

Harty David, Knockglass 

Hickey John, Ballyhonock 

Higgins James, Annistown 

Irvinjohn, Lisquinlan 

Keeffe James, Ballynacarthy 

Keeffe Patrick, Ballynacarthy 

Loughlin Timothy, Dower 

Lowe William, Castlemartyr 

Mahony Matthew, Garrymore 

Manning James, Ballincourlea 

Manning Thomas Michael, jun, Rathcallan 

M'Carthy John, Clonmaine 

M'Carthy John, Garranejames 

M'Carthy Michael, Attiquin 

M'Carthy Timothy, Clasharinka 

Moloney Maurife, Drominane 

Neville Thomas, Garranejames 

Pope James Charles. Glenagare 

Quirk Patrick, Loughaderry 

Ring Timothy, Kilrush 

Ronayne Patrick, Dower 

Ronayne Richard, Ballyvorisheen 

Russell Thomas, Dower 

Smiddy Richard, Ballyhonock 

Smithwick John, Garryoughtragh 

Sullivan Patrick, Crowbally" 

W T alsh Henry, Dromadda 

Walsh John, Glenagare east 



CASTLETOWN BERE. 

Sub post, money-order, and telegraph office, 90 miles from Cork, and 33 from Bantry 
(head office) ; situated on the western shore of Bantry bay, opposite Bear island. To the 
south-west is the ruin of the castle of Dunboy, once a stronghold of the O'Sallivans, a few 
walls only remaining, barely sufficient to point out its locality. In 1602 it was besieged 
and taken by Sir George Carew, after a most gallant and vigorous defence. In accordance 
with the barbarous policy of the age, the whole of the surviving garrison were butchered. 
The promontory of Berehaven, separating Bantry bay from Kenmare river, is a wild, 
sterile, and comparatively primitive district, abounding in mineral wealth and romantic 
scenery. 

Petty Sessions District Castletown, every 
second Friday ; clerk, Francis Scott 

Quarter Sessions District Bantry 

Royal Irish Constabulary. 

Castletown District includes four stations 
Castletown, Adrigole, Allihies and Iries. 
Resident Magistrate Charles O'Connell 



Fairs. 

12 Jan, 8 Feb, 15 and 30 March, 9 April, 
15 May, 5 June, 8 July, 17 Aug, 4 and 
15 Sept, ii and 31 Oct, 27 Nov, 21 Dec. 

Mail Cars to Bantry 

Castletown-Berehaven vi& Glengariff at 
8 30 a. m, arr. at 2 20 p. m. 
From Bantry 
To Castletown 10 15 a. m, arr. at 4 5 p m. 

Postmaster Francis Scott 

Official. 

Parishes Kilcatherine (p. 75), Kilcaskin 
(p. 75), Killaconenagh (p. 78), Kilnama- 
uagh (p. 85) 

Registrars Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Drs. D. J. Lyne and G. W. F. Armstrong 



Sub-Inspector S. A. W. Waters 
Head Constable Richard Hungerford 
Constable William Sleavin 

Justices of the Peace. 

Armstrong Philip A, M.D., Castletown 
Puxley Henry Lavallin, M.A. (Oxon) ; J.P. 
Carmarthenshire ; was high sheriff for co. 
Cork, 1865 ; RES : Dunboy castle, Bere- 
haven, and Langan street, Cleans, Car- 



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marthenshire, and 78 Lancaster gate, 
Hyde park, London 

Clergy. 

Carmody Rev James, c.c, Kilcatherine 
Fitzgerald Rev J as K, R.c c, Castletown 
Hallahan Rev J. M, Killacomoge, rector 

Berehaven 

Neligan Rev J, R.c.c. Kilcaskin south 
O'Reilly Rev John, P.P. Kilca,-;kin .south 
O'Sullivan Rev Corns, P.P, Kilnamanagh 
O'Sullivan Rev Daniel, c.c, Kilnamanagh 
O'Toole Rev. M, Prot. curate Berehaven 
Power Rev Nicholas, Castletown 
Scanlan Rev B, R.c.c. Killaconenagh 
Sheehan Rev Fr, O.S.F, Castletown 
Sheehy Rev Thomas, P.P. Killaconenagh 

Coast Guard Station. 

Commander Lieutenant Balfour Ogilvy 
Chief Boatman James Mulligan 

Branch Bank 
Munster Bank F. Power, manager 

Medical Practitioners. 
Armstrong George W F 
Armstrong Philip A. 
Lyne Daniel John 

Hotel Keeper. 

Downing Mortimer Gallway 

Traders, Shopkeepers, etc. 

Dwyer John, draper 
Dwyer Timothy, grocer 



Green way Margaret, draper 

Hanley Michael, draper 

Hanley Timothy, draper 

Harrington Timothy R, grocer and draper 

Kelly Patrick, draper 

Murphy Mrs Mary, draper 

Murphy Patk, grocer and hardware dealer 

O'Shea Denis, grocer 

Sheehan James, draper 

Sullivan Hannah, grocer 

Sullivan Hanora, stationer 

Sulllivan Michael, draper 

Vintners. 

Kelly Margaret. Murphy Mrs. Mary 

Sullivan Michael J. 

Principal Landholders. 

Crowley Timothy, Derrymihin 
Donovan David, Crumpane 
Downy Mrs, Garnish 
Gillman William, Cametringanv, 
Gnffin Patrick, Loughanebeg 
Hanly Robert, Knockanmore 
Harrington Edward, Dinish Island 
Harrington Patrick, Garranes 
Harrington Philip, Garranes 
Harrington Timothy, Crumpane 
Harrington Timothy, Finahy 
Murphy Jeremiah, Cloomagaskin 
Murphy John, Millcove 
Sheehan Daniel, ThornhiU 



CASTLETOWN-KINNEIGH. 

Sub post town, 30 miles from Cork, 12 from Bandon, 8 from Dunmanway, and 3 from 
Ballineen and Enniskeane (West Cork Ry). Castletown was formerly a place of import- 
ance. It was burnt twice : the castle, from whence it derives its name, was burnt by the 
Cromwellian soldiers in 1651, the town suffering the same fate. Kinneigh was so called 
from a sept of the Mahony Kanes, who occupied these lands previous to the Mac Carthys. 
They now belong to the Earl of Bandon. Of the ancient ecclesiastical round towers, two 
remain in this county one at Cloyne, and the other in the parish of Kinneigh, about one 
miie due west of Castletown (or Poldenstown, as it was formerly called). The latter, 
believed to have been built in 1154 by St. Macomoge, is a peculiar structure, differing 
from all other round towers in having a hexagonal form for 18 feet of its base, and circular 
from that to the top : its circumference at the base is 72 feet, exactly corresponding with its 
height. Near the tower is the Protestant church of Kinneigh, erected close to the site 
of the old church founded by St. Macomoge, which was the cathedral of Kinneigh, a diocese 
that existed before the English Invasion. About 300 yards Trom the tower was the sacred 
well, now dried up ; this well, according to tradition, possessed great medicinal virtues, 
and, until recently, a large concourse of people assembled here annually to pay their devo- 
tions. A few years ago Mr. Patrick Harrington, of Kinneigh, discovered, about 15 feet 
under the surface of one of his fields, quite near the tower, a number of circular cells, 
10 feet in diameter, and which were connected by a narrow passage, barely sufficient 
for a man to pass from one to another. These cells formed a horizontal circle in the 
field, and would remind one of the catacombs of Egypt. Old buildings and Danish forts 
abound in this locality. The river Bride, one of the most considerable tributaries of the 
Lee, rises in this parish, and after flowing about fifteen miles in a north-easterly direction, 
falls into the Lee at Inniscarra. 



Postal. 

Mails received every morning (per rural 

messenger from Enniskeane) 
Delivery in open pouch at 7 35 a.m. | 

Postmaster William O'Mahonv 

Official. 

Parish Kinneigh (p. 87) 



Poor Law Union Dunmanway 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. Andrew H. Bryan 
Petty Sessions District Ballineen, every 

second Monday ; clerk, Edward Connor 
Resident Magistrate George R. Cronin 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary Jas. O'Donell 
Constable Martin Larkin 



iSo 



CASTLETOWN-KINNEIGH CASTLETOWNROCHE. 



Clergy. 
Coveney Rev D, D.D, p.p. Desert, Ennis- 

keane, and Ballineen ; res. Derrigra, 

Enniskeane 
Haines Rev John, rector Kirtneigh parish 

church 

Principal Landholders. 

Applebe William, Castletown 
Barrett Cornelius, Dromidiclogh 
Barrett Richard, Aghalinane 
Barrett Richard, Gortaleen 
Brady John, Connagh 
Buckley Laurence, Moneygaff 
Buttimer Francis, Mallow 
Callaghan Patrick, Laravoolta 
Callaghan Timothy, Laravoolta> 
Chinnery George, Castletown 
Connolly James, Anaharlick 
Connolly John, Caher 
Connolly Thomas, Anaharlick 
Cronin Denis, Moneygaff 
Crowley Cornelius, Aghalinane 
Crowley Cornelius, Connagh, 
Crowley Daniel, Ardkilleen 
Crowley Daniel, Connagh 
Crowley Daniel, Farrenmareen 
Ciowley Denis, Aghalinane 
Crowley James, Clonomara 
Crowley John, Caher 



Crowley Patrick, Rushfield 
Cummins Jeremiah, Ardkilleen 
Driscoll Florence, Moneygaff 
Drummy Nicholas, Ardkilleen 
Fowley Patrick, Ballyvelone 
Fuller Joseph, Ballaghanure 
Harrington Patriek, Sleenoge 
Holland James, Belrose 
Holland John, Belrose 
Holland Michael, Mallow 
Hosford Benjamin, Farranmareen 
Hosford John, Mongoff 
Hosford Joseph, Bengour 
Hosford Thomas, Moneynacroha 
Hosford Walter, Castletown 
Hosford William, Moneynacroha 
Hurley William, Dromfeagh 
Mahony Denis, Clonomara 
Moore William, Castletown 
Noonan Charles, Castletown 
Scannell John, Lissarourke 
Scofield John, Castletown 
Shorten James J, Moneygaff 
Shorten James Paul, Moneygaff 
Sullivan Cornelius, Ardkilleen 
Sullivan Timothy, Belrose 
Tiner George, Lackanashinnagh 
Walsh Michael, Moneygaff east 
Welpley James, Clonomara 



CASTLETOWNROCHE. 

Sub post, money-order, and telegraph office, and station on the G. S. & W. Ry. fares, 
single 5/3 3/10, 2/, return 8/9, 6/6, 3/6 ; 28 miles from Cork, and 9 from Mallow 
(head office;. This olice derives its name from a castle erected here by the family of 
Roche, lords of Fermoy, and who were barons of Parliament as early as the time of 
Edward II. The town is pleasantly situated on the declivity of a steep hill, rising from 
the west bank of the Awbeg (Spenser's Mulla), over which is a neat bridge of five arches; 
and on the high road from Fermoy to Doneraile. The surrounding country is celebrated 
for the richness and variety of its scenery : the soil is fertile, and well adapted to the 
growth of corn ; the wheat raised is of the best quality, and great numbers of cattle and 
sheep are fattened in its pastures. Limestone is extensively quarried both for building 
and agricultural purposes. About a mile distant from Castletownroche, between the con- 
flux of the Awbeg and Blackwater, are the picturesque ruins of the ancient abbey of 
Bridgetown, which contains several monuments of the once powerful family of the Roches, 
by whom it was founded. The present noble mansion of Castle Widendam is incorpo- 
rated with the ancient fortress of the same name. The Prot. church is a remarkably 
handsome structure, the R. C. church is a spacious edifice. 



Fairs. 

Kilcummer April 21, July 21, and Dec. 21 
Pig markets at Castletownroche on pre- 
vious days 

Postmistress Mrs. Kate Fitzpatrick 

Official. 

Parishes Castletownroche (p. 57). Bridge- 
town (p. 53), Kilcummer (p. 77) 

Poor Law Union Fermoy 

Registrar Biiths, Deaths, and Marriages 
Dr. Thomas Tuckey 

Petty Sessions District Castletownroche, 
every 2nd Thursday ; clerk, Rich. Smyth 

Quarter Sessions District Fermoy 

Resident Magistrate R. J. Eaton 

Sub-Inspector Constabulary S. R. Carter 

Constable Patrick Heavy 



Justices of the Peace. 

Annesley Richard Grove, Annsgrove 
Smythe Henry John Widenham, Castle- 

widenham 
Starkey William, M.D, Woodville house 

Gentry and Clergy. 
Barry Rev. John, R.c.c. 
Burton, Rev. Philip Canon, P.P. 
Hickey John, Castletownroche 
Hoare Edward, Naglesboro' 
Johnson George, Lisnagourneen 
Smith Richard, Castletownroche 
Webb Fanny, Castletownroche 

Medical Practitioner. 
Tuckey Thomas, M.D, dispensary medical 
officer 



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Hotel Keeper. 

Fitzpatrick Catherine 

Millers. 

Hickey Maurice, Castletown mills 
Webb J. and R, Bridge mills 

Traders, Shopkeepers, etc. 

Batterbeery Ellen, grocer 

Fitzgibbon Pierce, baker 

Fitzpatrick Michael, grocer 

Condon David, grocer 

Heaphy Michael, builder 

Mannix James, baker 

Murphy John, shopkeeper 

O'Brien Thomas, draper 

O'Connor Timothy, carpenter 

Reynolds David, boot and shoe maker 

Smyth Mary, shopkeeper 

Troy John, baker and pound keeper 

Vintners, etc. 

Bryan John Fitzgibbon Pierce 

Buckley James Fitzpatrick Patrick 

Condon David O'Brien Michael 

Principal Landholders. 

Barry William, Sleemana 
Barry William, String 
Blake John, Kilcummer 
Blake Patrick, Ballinaltig 
Bullman Mary, Kilcummer 
Cahill Denis, Grange 
Callaghan Denis, Lougharuane 
Clancy John, Bridgetown house 
Cotter Margaret, Bridgetown 



Drislane John, Ballydole 
Dunlea Bartholomew, Bridgetown lower 
Dunlea Bartholomew, Ballydague 
Fleming Daniel, Bridgetown 
Flynn Edmond, Kilquane 
Foohy John, Lisnagoorneen 
Furlong Thomas, Ballyalthybeg 
Gorman David, Bridgetown lower 
Gorman Eliza, Bridgetown 
Hanlon Cornelius, Milerath 
Howard John, Ballykeating 
Hunter Edmond, Castletownroche 
Lavers William L, Ballydole 
Ludgate Thomas, Castletownroche 
Magner Daniel, Kilquane 
Magner James, Ballyadeen 
Magner James, Kilquane 
Mahony Bartholomew, Ballydague 
Mahony David, Corbally 
Nagle John, Bridgetown upper 
O'Brien John, Kilcummer lower 
O'Brien Patrick, Ballinvoher 
Patterson William, Ballyadeen 
Reynolds David, Castletownroche 
Reynolds Eugene, Ballynamongare 
Roche Francis, Ballygrillihan 
Roche Garrett, Lisleagh ^ 

Roche Michael, Bridgetown 
Roche Michael, Ballyadeen 
Roche Patrick, Bridgetown upper 
Roche Patrick, Kilcummer 
Roche William, Ballyhimock 
Sisk James, Bridgetown upper 
Sullivan Timothy, Bridgetown v 
Troy John, Castletownroche 
Walsh Patrick, Bridgetown lower 



CASTLETOWNSEND. 

Sub post office, on the western coast, 60 miles from Cork, and 6 from Skibbereen 
(head office). Castletownsend (formerly Castletown or Sleughleig) is situated on the north 
side of the harbour of Castlehaven. This harbour, in which vessels of 500 tons burden 
can anchor, is half-a-mUe wide, and well sheltered. It is famous for a notable sea fight, 
in 1602, between Sir Richard Levison and Don Pedro de Zuibar, the Spanish admiral. 
On the eastern side of the bay are the remains of Raheen castle, belonging to the 
O'Donovans, and now the property of Sir Henry Wrixon Becher ; near the entrance 
are ruins of an old castle of the O'Driscolls, afterwards belonging to the Audley 
family. George Lord Audley, who was governor of Utrecht, etc., was created Earl of 
Castlehaven in 1617. Off the bay of Castlehaven is a good fishery. There are 
several small islands off the coast, and a high promontory called Toe head stands 
a little to the westward of Castlehaven; two miles of Toe head are three high 
rocks, called the stags, seen at sea to a great distance, and look like three towers. 
Castletownsend derives it name from a castle of some strength, situated on the side of a hill, 
and formerly a seat of Col. Townsend. During the Williamite war- this castle was besieged 
twice by the Irish ; on the first occasion the colonel, with a garrison of thirty-five men, 
successfully resisted an attack made by a force of 500 men, under the command of Colonel 
O'Driscoll. There is a ferry from Castletown to Myross. Near the old churchyard at 
Castlehaven is a deep rocky glen, called Glenbarahane, and a holy well. This glen is now 
nicely laid out with flower gardens and shrubberies, with a fine modern mansion, the 
summer residence of Sir John Joscelyn Coghill, bart. Seafield is the summer residence of 
Judge Townsend, J. P. for co. Cork. 



Postmistress Kate O'Driscoll 
Official. 

Parish Castlehaven (p. 56) 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Mamages- 
Dr James E. Somerville 



Poor Law Union Skibbereen 

Petty Sessions District Skibbereen, every 

Wednesday : clerk, Jas. C. Mooney 
Resident Magistrate Charles O'Connell 
Sub-Insptr. Constabulary C. E. B. Mayne 
Constable Patrick Sullivan 



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CASTLETOWNSEND CECILSTOWN. 



Coast Guard. 

Chief Officer Edward Blake 

Justices of the Peace-, etc. 
Marmion Henry Richard, Kinneen 
Son-rville Colonel T. H, J.P. (late 3rd 

Foot, ( 'riinan War Medil). IVishane 
Somerville Thomas, D.L, Drishnne 
Stokes Kdwrml Day, Castletow;lsend-cast!ti 
Town-send Hon. John Fiuhenry, LL.D, 

Judfje of the High Court of Admiralty 

of Ireland (1867). Only child of Henry 

To\vnsend, esq, of Castle Townsend, co. 

Cork ; m. Eleanor, dau. of the Rev. 

George Armstrong, A. M, of Cork. Called 

to the bar in 1834. ; made a Q.c. in 1865 . 

. RES : 30 Upper Fitzwilliam street, 
Dublin ; Seafield, co. Cork 

Gentry and Clergy. 

Coghill Sir John Joscelyn. 1 ait (Gt. Brit, 
1778), a D.L. for co. Dublin ; eldest son 
of Vice- Admiral Sir Josiah, 3rd bart., 
and his second wife, Anna Maria, eldest 
dau. of the late Rt. Hon. Charles Kendal 

CECILSTOWN. 

Sub post-office, 27 miles from Cork and 6 from Mallow (head office). Lohort castle, 
the property of the Earl of Egmont, and believed to have been built in the reign of King 
John, is one of the finest old castles in Ireland, and contains some handsome apartments. 
It is 80 feet high, with walls ten feet thick, and was originally surrounded by a deep moat. 
Ballygiblin, the seat of Sir Henry Wrixon Becher, Bart, is an elegant mansion of some 
antiquity, but recently modernised with great taste. The soil is generally fertile, 
producing excellent crops, and there are several large dairy farms. The parish of 
Castlemagner derives its name from a family of the same name, to whom this part of 
the county formerly belonged. 



Bushe, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland] ; 
b. Feb. II, 1826; s. his father, June 20, 
1850 ; m. Feb. 1 8, 1851, Katherine 
Frances, second dau. of 3rd Baror. 
Plunket. Issue : 

Neville Josiah Aylmer; b. Jan 25, 1852 

Egerton Bushe ; b. 1853 

Gerald Cramer ; b. 1854; d. 1873 

Claude Plunket ; b. 1859 

Ethel Charlotte ; Beatrice Anna ; 

Violet Alice Penrose 
RES : Glenbarahane, Castletownsend 

Bushe Rev J. P, rector 
Davis Rev Charles, R.C.C. 
Troy Rev Robert, P.P. 

Principal Landholders. 

Buckley Daniel, Inane 
Buckley John, Gortbrack 
Connolly Bartholomew, Ardgehane 
Donovan Timothy, Raheen 
Lambert William, Bawnagollopy 
Lannin John, Adrigool 
Sheehy Edward, Raheen 



Official. 

Parishes Ca-'lemagner (p. 57, Kilbrin 

(P- 73). K-iskeen (p- 96) 
Poor Law I aion Kanturk 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. P. S. Wigmore 
Petty Sessions District Cecilstown, every 

fourth Monday ; clerk, James O'Connell 
Quarter Sess. Dist. Mallow and Kanturk 
Resident Magistrate Capt. R. Carr Coote 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary E. O'Rielly, 

Landed Proprietors 

Becher Sir Henry Wrixon, Bart., Bally- 
giblin ; (see also Skibbereen) 

Egmont, Earl of 1733 ; Viscount Perceval 
1 722 ; Baron Perceval 1715; Baron 
Arden 1770 (Irld.); Baron Lovell and 
Holland (Gt. Brit., 1762) ; Baron Arden 
(Unit. Kgd., 1802) ; and a Baronet 
(Irld., 1661). Charles George Perceval, 
7th Earl, late M.P. for Midhurst, s. his 
uncle in 1874 ; b. June 15, 1845, m. May 
4, 1869 

RES : Lohort castle ; Cowdray lodge, 
Midhurst ; Passenham manor. Stoney 
Stratford ; 26 St James place, London 
S.W. ; Carleton club, London S.W. 
Principal Landholders. 

Barry Richard, Knockardsharriv 

Bennett Richard, Ballynamona 

Bolster Thomas, Pallas 



Burton John, Ballyhest west 
Callaghan John, Pallas 
Callaghan Patrick, Ballyrusheen 
Coleman Patrick, Gurteenacloona 
Connell David, Ballyrusheen 
Connell Denis, Knockardiharriv 
Connell William, Knockardsharriv 
Cronin Daniel, Ballymacpierce 
Cronin Michael, Ballymacpierce 
Curtin Ellen, Ballintallig 
Curtin Jeremiah, Ballymacpierce 
Daly John, Ballygrady south 
Duloghery Thomas, Coolnanagh 
Flynn Daniel, Kilgilky north 
Hanlon Daniel, Pallas 
Hanlon John, Pallas 
Hanlon John, Gurteenacloona 
Hannigan Denis, Ballyrusheen 
Holey Eliza, Lohort west 
Holey Patrick, Lohort west 
Jones Edward, Cecilstown 
Keilly John, Ballyhest east 
Lenihan John, Lohort east 
Linehan Thomas, Ballyrusheen 
Lyons Eugene, Kilbarrahan 
McCarthy Daniel, Gneeves 
McCarthy Jeremiah, Gneeves 
Neenan James, Kilgilkey north 
Sheehan John, Ballygrady south 
Sheehan Thomas, Ballygrady south 
Sullivan Garrett, Ballintallig 
Sullivan John, Ballyhest east 



CHARLEVILLE. 

Head post, money-order, and telegraph office, and market town, on the borders of the 
county Limerick ; 35 miles from Cork, Gt. Southern and Western Ry. fares, single 7/-, 
5/4, 3/- ; return I2/-, 9/-, 5/-- Charleville, the most northern town in the county, was so 
named by its founder, the Earl of Orrery, in honour of Charles II. : its ancient name was 
Rathgoggan. By charter granted in 1671, to Roger. Earl of Orrery, this town was made 
a free borough, and the inhabitants incorporated, under the designation of the "sovereign, 
bailiffs, and burgesses of the borough of Charleville " The corporation consisted of a 
sovereign, two bailiffs, twelve burgessses, and an indefinite number of freemen. The 
sovereign and bailiffs were elected annually from the burgesses by the corporation, aud 
the burgesses were elected by the freemen as vacancies occurred by death or otherwise. 
The charter conferred upon the corporation the privilege of returning two members to the 
Irish parliament, which was regularly exercised till the Union, when the borough was dis- 
franchised. The corporation is since extinct, and the town has now no local government. 
The public buildings consist of three banks, a Convent of Mercy, Christian Brothers' 
schools, National schools, Protestant church, and a Catholic church with a fine painting 
of the Crucifixion on the high altar all very handsome structures. John McDonneH. 
commonly called Shane Clarach M'Donnell, a celebrated Jacobite bard, who died in 1754, 
resided here for several years, and was buried within the ruined church of Ballysally, a 
quarter mile south of the town. The Earl of Cork and Orrery is the principal proprietor, 
and has a patent for holding six fairs annually, and markets every Wednesday and Satur- 
day.. Six new fairs have been recently founded here, which are toll free, unless falling on 
the old market day (Wednesday). This rising town possesses great advantages, being the 
junction of the Cork and Limerick Direct Railway, and seated in the midst of a rich and 
well watered agricultural and pastoral district. 

Summary oj Census, 1871 Char/mile Town. 



Area in stat. acres 72 

Houses .".... 413 

Families 603 

Persons 2482 

Males 1158 

Old Fairs. 

IO Jan, 1 6 Mar, 12 May, 6 July, 15 Aug, 
10 Oct. 

New Fairs. 
3 Feb, 14 April, 9 June, 12 Sept, 12 Nov, 

5 Dec. Pig fairs held on previous day. 
Market Days Wednesday and Saturday 
Lessee of Tolls (from the Earl of Cork) 
Edward Fitzgerald 

Postal, etc. 

Postmaster and Stamp Distributor Chris- 
topher Ward. 

SUB POST-OFFICES. 

Ashford (co. Limerick) Feenagh (co.Lim) 
Broadfoi d do. Milford (co. Cork) 

Drumcollogher do. Newtown do. 

Official. 

Parishes Aglishdrinagh (p.48), Ardskeagh 
(p. 49), Ballyhay (p. 51), Cooliney (p. 
62), Corcomohode (p. 62), Imphrick (p. 
70), Kilquane (p. 86), Rathgoggan 

(P- 95) 

Poor Law Union Kilmallock 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. P. Wallis 

Quarter Sessions Dis. Mallow & Kanturk 
Petty Sessions District Charleville, every 

2nd Monday ; clerk, Michael Kerins 

Branch Banks. 

Bank of Ireland 

Munster Bank John Downing, manager 

Rational Bank George Harding, manager 



Females '3 2 4 

Under 12 years old 668 

12 and under 20 361 

20 and under 40 631 

40 and upwards 814 



Roman Catholics 2411 

Prot. Episcopalians 71 

Read and Write I2IO 

Readonly 274. 

Illiterate 998 

Schools. 

Christian Brothers' Schools Rev. Brother 

O'Donohue, superior 
Convent Schools and Female National 

Schoo.ls Conducted by Sisters of Mercy 
Male National School ; teacher, William 

Croke 
Protestant Parochial School Richd Bryan, 

teacher 
Charjeville Classical School Charles 

M'Carthy, conductor. 

Royal Irish Constabulary. 

Charleville district includes six stations 
Charleville, Buttevant, Churchtown, Free- 
mount, Liscarroll, Milford 
Resident Magistrate R. R .Kennedy (BrufT) 
Sub-Inspector Bellingham A. Somerville 
Head-constable John Cannon 
Constable John Henry 
Bridewell Keeper Peter Leyden 

Justices of the Peace. 

Barry Edward Robert Caul field, Kilbolane 
castle 

Bruce Jonathan, Miltown castle 

Gregg Richard, Oakville 

Harding Charles Furlong, Charleville 

Harrisson Henry, Castle- Harrisson 

Russell Michael J, Glenmore 

Sanders Thomas, LL.D, T.C.D. (j.P. co. 
Limerick ; called to the bar 1842), San- 
ders park 



ADVERTISEMENT.' 



CIVIL, MILITARY, NAVAL, & COLLEGIATE 

BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, 

1, CAM DEN PLAGE, CORK. 

PRINCIPAL t 

W. J. KNIGHT, LL.D, A.B., T.C.D.. 

Emeritus Graduate in Law, First Hononnan in Mathematics, First Honorman 

in Experimental Physics, First Science Prizeman, Hononnan in Logic. 

Medallist of the Department of Science and Art 



The following Gentlemen, Pupils of DOCTOR KNIGHT 

from 

CHARLEVILLE, 

AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT, 
Have especially distinguished themselves. 

^ 3 



A. NEWELL, Esq., 

Sub-Inspector Royal Irish Constabulary. 

J. BU LL, Esq., B.E., Q.U.I., 

Graduated in Honors, 1872, after a most distinguished Under-Graduate 

career, and gained a direct Commission at the open competition for 

University Graduates of December, 1874, taking second place. 

G. WELDON, Esq., B E., 

Honors at the Half-Degree Examination of the Queen's University for 

Engineering. 



Lists of Successes in the Army, Control Department, the 
Queen's University in Ireland, Queen's College, Cork. 

&c., &c,, 

CAN BE SEEN AT THE SCHOOL. 

See also the pages opposite Bandon, Bantry, Mallow, 
Midleton, and Queenstown, in this Directory. 



CHARLEVILLE. 



Gentry and Clergy. 
Bat well George L, Charleville 
Clanchy Thomas, Moatville 
Crofts Christopher, Velvetstown 
Cronin Rev. Thomas, c.c. 
Deane Hon Matthew, Gortskagh 
Donovan Rev. Chas, The Vicarage, rector 

Charleville and Ballyhay 
Drew Francis, Drewscourt, Castletowncon- 

yers 

Drew Ringrose, Castletovvnconyers 
Harding Richard, Charleville 
Harrisson G. Decourcey, Castle- Harrisson 
Higgins, Rev. Michael, c.c. 
Hutchins Samuel N, Portlands house 
Lysaght William, Castlewrixon south 
Noonan Rev. J, c.c. Ballyhay. 
Rice Very Rev. Jas, D.D, P.P. Charleville 
Russell P. J, Mount-Russell 
Ryan Rev. John, P.P. Ballyhay 
Weldon Robert Cooliney 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Batwell Andrew, M.D. 
Cagney Daniel, M.D. 
Cronin William, L.A. 
Daly David, M.D. 
Sullivan Edward, M.R.C.S.E. 
Wallace Patrick, M.D, Maryville, dis. med. 
officer 

Solicitors. 

Magrath William, Main street 
O'Shaughnessy William F, A.B., T.c.u. 
Ryan John, Main street 

Commissioners of Affidavits in Chancery 
and Superior Courts of Common Law 
Christopher Ward | George Harding 

Commissioner for taking Acknowledgments 

of Married Women : 
' Magrath William 

Inland Revenue. 

Supervisor James O'Connell 
Officer John F. Ryan 

Hotels. 

The Commercial Cornelius Daly, prop. 
The Imperial John O'Gorman, proprietor 
The Royal John Lincoln, proprietor 
The Victoria Catherine Delmar, prop. 

Auctioneer and Valuator. 

Miller Michael, Main street 

Bakers. 

Daly Charles, Main street 
Mortel Edmond, Main street 
Quinn Michael, Main street 
Ryan Michael, Main street 

Boot Makers. 

Clifton Daniel, Main street 
Crimniin William, Main street 
Irvine John, Broad street 
Ward Mrs T, Main slreri 

Coach Builder 
Gorman Denis, Main btreet 



Clothiers. 

Copley William, Main .street 
Doyle James, Main street 
Gorman Mrs, Main street 

Drapers. 

Butler Eugene, Main street 
Carroll Brothers, Main street 
Corkery John, Main street 
Griffin Patrick, Main street 
Murphy Denis, Main street 
O'Connell Miss, Main street 
O'Donnell Cornelius, Main street 
O'Mahony Paul, Main street 
Riordan David, Broad street 

Egg Merchants. 
Mortel Philip, Main street 
O'Mahony D. Paul, Main street 

Flour Dealers. 

Ahern Miss Jane, Main street 
Daly Charles, Main street 
Daly Peter, Main street 
Mortel Edmond, Main street 
Murphy Daniel, Main street 
O'Shaughnessy Laurence, Broad *trce; 
Quinn Michael, Main street 
Ryan Michael, Main street 
Synan Edmund, jun, Main street 

Grocers. 

Ball Mrs Johanna, Main street 
Benchy Eugene, Main street 
Browne Michael, Main street 
Burke Thomas, Main street 
Carroll Mrs, Main street 
Collins John, Main street 
Cronin Timothy, Main street 
Daly John, Main street 
Dennison Thomas, Main street 
Dunworth Nano, Main street 
Leahy John, Broad street 
Madigan John, Main street 
O'Brien Patrick, Main street 
O'Connor William, Main street. 
Riordan James, Main street 
Synan Maurice, Main street 
Woods Mrs, Main street 

Hardware Merchants 

Fitzgerald Edward, Main street 
Saunclers Mary, Main street 

Leather Sellers. 

Madigan John, Main street 
Ward Mrs T, Main street 

Livery and Posting Establishment. 
O'Connor John, Main street 

Merchant, General. 
Kceffe Daniel, Mam street 

Miller. 

Kyun Michael, Main street (J- P - co. Lime- 
rick) 

Milliners. 

Gorman Miss, Broad street 
O'Coimell TvGss, Main street 



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Oil and Colour Merchant 

Nunan Thomas, Main street 

Pawnbrokers. 
Daly Denis, Main street 
O'Donnell Cornelius 

Provision Dealers. 

Walsh William, Main street 
Mortel John, Main street 

Seed Merchant. 
Benchy Eugene, Main street 

Shopkeepers. 
Cahill Mrs, Chapel street 
Connors John, Charleville 
Coughlan John, Main street 
Culhane James, Charleville 
Duane John, Chapel street 
Feore John, Charleville 
Hanley John, Main street 
McCarthy Michael, Charleville 
McCarthy Thomas, Main street 
Miller Michael, Main street 
Murphy Daniel, Charleville 
Nunan Daniel, Main street 
O'Connell Miss, Chapel street 
O'Shaughnessy, Miss M, Main street 
Ryan John, Main street 

Smith. 
Kirby Jeremiah, Main street 

Veterinary Surgeon. 
Keane James, Chapel street 

Victuallers, etc. 
Council Patrick, Broad street 
Noonan William, Charleville 
O'Shaughnessy James, Main street 

Vintners. 

Ball Mrs Johanna, Main street 
Benchy Eugene, Main street 
Browne Michael, Main street 
Burke Thomas, Main street 
Carroll Mrs, Main street 
Casey Maurice, Chapel street 
Collins John, Main street 
Cronin Timothy, Main street 
Daly Cornelius, Main street 
Daly John, Main street 
Dennison Thomas, Main street 
Dunworth Nano, Main street 
Leahy John, Broad street 
Madigan John, Main street 
Mannix Owen, Main street 
Maunsel Martin, Main street 
O'Brien Patrick, Main street 
O'Rourke Daniel, Main street 
Rea Thomas, Broad street 
Riordan James, Main street 
Sheahan George, Main street 
Synan Maurice, Main street 
Troy John, Main street 
Woods Mrs, Main street 

Wine Merchant. 
Q'ConnotfWilliam, Main street 



CHARLEVILLE. 



Principal Landholders. 
Ball Johanna, Rathgoggan middle 
Batwell Eliza, Main street, Charleviile 
Bennett Michael, Broghiil south 
Bennett Patrick, Rathgoggan middle 
Bennett Thomas, Rathgoggan middle 
Cahill John, Kiltoohig 
Callaghan John, Rathnacally 
Carroll Patrick, Ballydahin 
Clanchy Fanny L, Ardglass 
Clanchy John, Ballynadrideeti 
Cleary John, Broghiil north 
Clarkson John, Pruntus 
Condon Michael, Cooliney 
Coplev Mrs Alicia, Main street, Charleville 
Cronin Michael, Garrane 
Cronin William, Charleville 
Daly Ambrose, Rathgoggan south 

Daly Cornelius, Liscullane 

Daly John, Charleville 

Dooly Thomas, Ballycoskery 

Doyle James, Charleville 

Drinan John, Ballynadrideetx 

Dunne Denis, Ballyhay 

Finn Patrick, Kiltoohig 

Flaherty Edmond, Ballyroe 

Flaherty Ellen, Kiltoohig 

Flaherty Jeremiah, Ballynoran 

Flaherty John, Castlewrixon 

Fleming David, Rathgoggan north 

Flynn John, Ardnageehy 

Foley Hanora, Ballylopen 

Foleyjohn, Coolcaum 

Gorman Denis, Ballysallagh 

Harding Charles F. Charleville 

Hawe Matthew, Ardnageehy 

Heffernan John, Pruntus 

Herlihy Francis, Fiddane 

Howard William, Pruntus 

Jones John, Cooleen and Ballyhay 

Keane Patrick, Garryncoonagh 

Kelly John, Ballypierce 

Kelly Michael, Ballyhay 

Lane James, Castlewrixon south 

Leary Denis, Kiltoohig 

Leary Margaret, Kiltoohig 

Lehane Patrick, Rath glassane 

Lingane J )hanna, Rz chmorg in 

Lingane Vatrick, Rat.imorga.i 

Lynch Jol n, Garrynajp-anogu J 

Madigan ames, Ball) nadridc en 

Madigan ohn, Charleville 

Mahony 1 aniel, Garr/nagrar. ogue 

Mahony Kanora, Ardglass 

Mahony Richard, Knockarda nrum 

Malone Jsmes, Fidda ic 

Mannix Johanna, Bro jhill no-th 

Mannix Timothy, Rat igogga i 

M'Auliffe Patrick. Ra:hgoggt.n south 

M'Carthy John, K'Ko hig 

M'Enery Michael, Ba ynoran 

Miller William, Bally open 

Molony Jchn (Maurici ), Ratbglassane 

Molony Maurice, Broghiil noith 

Molony Timothy, Cooleen 

Mortel Th >mas, Cloughanauglier 



CHARLEVILLE-CLONAKILTY. 



Murphy Charles, Farranshoniskin 

Murphy Denis, Charleville 

Murphy James, Rathmorgan 

Murphy John, BroghiH. north 

Murphy John, Charleville 

Noonan Daniel, Charleville 

Noonan Johanna, Ballyhubbo 

Noonan Mary, Ballyhay 

Noonan Mary, Cooleen 

Noonan Mortimer, Ballysallagh 

O'Brien Margaret, Ardskeagh 

O'Brien Patrick, Ballycoskery 

O'Brien Timothy, Ardnageehy 

O'Connor Jeremiah, Broghill north 

O'Connor Thomas, Ballyroe 

O'Neill James C, Charleville 

O'Shaughnessy Edmund, Rathgoggan north 

Pillion William, Garrane 

Reidy Dems, jun, Sorrel 

Reidy Ellen, Ballynadrideeu 

Reidy Maurice, Sorrel 

Kegan Patrick, Pruntus 



Riordan Edmond, Ballysallagh 
Riordan Edmund, Ra'.hmorga'i 
Riordan Michael (Thomas), 
Riordan Thomas, Rathmorgan 
Ryan Matthew, Ballynadrideen 
Ryan Patrick, Glengarriff 
Ryan Thomas, Ballycoskery 
Sampson Robert, Farran 
Sheedy David, Ballylopen 
Sheedy Michael, Castlewrixon 
Sheedy Michael, Coarliss 
Sheedy Michael, Sorrel 
Sheedy Roger, Ballylopen 
Sullivan Anne, Rathgoggan middle 
Walsh James, Ardnageehy 
Walsh John, Ardnageehy 
Walsh John, Ballysallagh 
Walsh John, Castleharrison 
Walsh Mary, Ballynoran 
Walsh Michael, Ballmadndeen 
Ward Christopher, Charleville 



CLONAKILTY. 

Sub post, money-order, and telegraph office, 32 miles from Cork, 13 miles from Bandon 
(ktad office), and 10 from Enniskeane, a station on the West Cork Ry. Clonakilty ^pre- 
viously spelt Cloughnakilty), founded by the first Earl of Cork, is a seaport town in the west 
riding, the corn trade of which was considerable, vessels of 150 tons trading to and from 
the port ; the principal imports now are coal, timber, and Indian corn. The bay of 
Clonakilty is spacious, but ill-protected ; the bar at the entrance is a great hindrance, 
and the port generally is indifferent. In 1613 a charter was granted to the town by 
James I., by which the inhabitants were incorporated as "the sovereign, free burgesses, 
and commonalty of the borough of Cloughnakilty." The right of sending two members 
to Parliament was conferred on the town by this charter, a privilege it continued 
to exercise until the passing of the Act of Union in 1800, when it was disfranchised. The 
principal buildings consist of a Protestant church, Roman Catholic church, convent of Sisters 
of Mercy, Presbyterian and Wesleyan chapels, a small infantry barracks, market house, 
inns, etc. It is now governed by Commissioners, under the provision of the "Towns' 
Improvement Act." Clonakilty was once celebrated for its linen yarn, and on market 
days large sums were expended on the purchase of this for over two centuries its staple 
jiroiiuct ; but the yarn trade has died out, and the town now relies for support on its 
dealings with the farmers in the neighbourhood. Butter, eggs, and fowl are 
Jargely bought for exportation. Dr. Smith says, " The town flourished greatly 
before the wars of 1641, but being then entirely burnt down it has since but slowly 
recovered " The same write'- also gives a description of the remains of an ancient heathen 
temple, o stone circle, abou two miles to the north-east of Clonakilty, in the parish of 
Kilgarriff The Rev. Dr. Co ins, R.C. bishop of Cloyne and Ross, was born at Clonakilty ; 
n is also ihe birtb place of B ran Deasy, of the Court of Exchequer, member for co. Cork 
1855-60. There was forme / a classical endowed school here, of considerable repute: 
the Right Hon. Jlountiford .ongfieid (known as Judge Longfield, of the Landed Estates' 
Court) was educated there, a d many others of the gentry and clergy. It has now ceased 
to exist. Arunde. mills is a dlage on Clonakilty harbour. "The tract called Ibawn (the 
fair) territDry, was, after the ;oming in of the English, wrested from the old proprietors, 
by Lord , irundel of the Str; id, and from him it lell to the Barrymore family. There are 
the remai is of an ancient cas e on the strand of Clojiakilty, formerly called Arundel castle, 
but now 1 iing ca< tie." Smi i's His. In the mouth of the bay is the Island of Inchidonny. 
Sulphate jf bary es occurs a Muckruss and Mountain common, parish of Ardfield. 

' of Census, 1 87 1. Clonakilty Township, 



Area in s at. acres 1086 

Houses... 700 

Fnrmbtea iings .' 477 

Persons 3568 

Families . 723 



12 and under 20 575 

20 and under 40 850 

40 and upwards 1 1 44 

Roman Catholics 2995 

Protes. Episcopalians... 428 



Under 1 2 years of age .,, 999 , Presbyterians a6 



Methodists 108 

Read and Write 1697 

Readonly 336 

Illiterate 1535 



1 88 



CLONAKILTY. 



Fairs. 

5 April, I June, I August, 10 October, 12 
November, 1st Monday of January, Feb- 
ruary, March, May, July, September, 
and December. 

Market Day Friday. 
Postal. 

Postmaster Thomas J. Wolfe, Main street 

Mail to Bandon, etc., 8.20 a.m., 6.15 p.m.; 
to Skibbereen, etc., 5.40 a.m. 

Mail Cars, &c. 
To Bandon, dep. 5.0 a.m., 8.20 a.m., 6.15 

p.m. ; to Skibbereen, 5.40 a.m. 
From Bandon, arr. 5.40 a.m., 6.0 p.m. 

,, Skibbereen, arr. 6.15 p.m. 
Private car from Bandon, arr. 9.0 p.m. 

Official. 

Parishes Ardfield (p. 49), Kilgarriff (p. 77), 
Desert (p. 63), Kilmeen (p. 81), Templeo- 
malus .p. 101), Kilnagross (p. 85), Kil- 
malooda (p. 80), Kilkerranmore (p. 78), 
Templebryan (p. 100) 

Villages Arundel mills (now called Ring), 
Ballinascarty 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Dr. William Bennett. 

Registrar of Marriages (7 & 8 Vic. cap. 8l) 
Thomas J. Wolfe. 

Relieving and Sanitary Officer Samuel 
Helen. 

Petty Sessions District Clonakilty, every 
2nd Thursday ; clerk, T. A. Lendrum. 

Quarter Sessions District Bandon 

Bridewell Keeper David Mulcahy 

Excise Officer James Nolan, The Square. 

S^amp Distributor John C. Spiller. 

Commissioner for taking Affidavits in 

Superior Courts: 
Cromwell Norcott, The Square 

Town Commissioners. 
Daniel O'Leary James O'Brien 

Chairman. Peter O'Neill 
Maxwell Irwin Patrick O'Brien 

Thomas Donovan Patrick Donovan 
John Donovan Daniel Spillane. 

Clerk John Davis. 

Inspector and Collector of Tolls Thomas 
Kingston. 

Harbour Master. 
Honner William, Main street 

Clonakilty Union. 

The Board of Guardians meet every Friday. 
For list of ex-officio and elected Guar- 
dians, Officers, etc. , see end of Directory. 

Royal Irish Constabulary. 

Clonakilty District includes seven stations 
Clonakilty, Butlerstown, Common Moun- 
tain, Courtmacsherry, Milltown, Rosscar- 
bery, Timoleague. 

Resident Magistrate George R. Cvonin 
Sub-Inspector Jas. C. Mills, The Square 
Head-Constable Ebenezer Ferna. 



Constables at Clonakilty Francis Gannon 

and Martin Clinch. 
,, Butlerstown Jas. Hanrahan. 

,, Common Mountain William 

Forde. 

Coastguards. 

Taylor, William, Galley Tower, officer 
Owens, William, Barry's Cove, do. 
Clancey, Michael, Ring bar, chief boatman 

Places of Worship. 

Protestant Epis. Rev. Chas. McFettridge 

Roman Catholic Very Rev. Matthew Do- 
novan, P.P., V.G. ; Revs. Patrick Madden 
and Paul Kingston, curates. 

Presbyterian Rev. Robert Cowan. 

Wesleyan Revs. William. B. Monahan and 
Hugh Moore. 

Convent. 

Sisters of Mercy of the Sacred Heart, Com- 
munity 30 Superioress, Mrs. Margaret 
Genevieve O'Donoghue ; Chaplain, Rev. 
Patrick Kingston. 

Schools. 
No. I Male Teacher, Timothy Hurley. 

2 ,, ,, Sisters of Mercy. 

,, I Female ,, Miss White. 

,,2 ,, ,, Sisters of Mercy. 

Ardfield male and female National Michl. 
Infant Mrs Johnson [Madden 

Kilgarriff National William J. Housten. 
St. Aloysius' Industrial Sisters of Mercy. 
Wesleyan Robert McMillan. 

Private Schools. 
Davis John, Strand road 
Elliott George, Shannon square 
Sullivan Miss, Strand road Ladies' 

Justices of the Peace. 

Bennett, Francis Evans, The Square 

Bennett, John, Darrara 

Gillman, Major Bennett Watkins (Retired 

List late I2th Foot) The Retreat 
Jones, William Bence (called to the bar at 

Inner Temple i837)Lisselane; Athenaeum 

Club, London, s.w. 
Lucas, George, Lackenduff 
Lucas, John, Rashleigh, Richfordstown 
Travers, Henry Boyle, Ballymacowen house 

Gentry, Clergy, &c. 

Alleyn Richard 

Beamish Mrs Richard, Beaumont 

Beamish- Mrs, Corriga 

Beamish Richard, Ahagilla 

Beamish Henry B., Muckruss 

Beamish Henry George, Dunmore 

Beamish Rev George, Beaumont, rector of 

Templeomalus 

Beecher Michael R. A, Ballyduvane house 
Bennett Mrs Eliza, Strand road 
Boyle Mrs Catherine, Ring house 
Bredon Mrs Anne, Coulamore 
Callanan Rev Jonas, R.C.C., Leap 
Conroy Joseph, Ballyva house, C.E. 
Cowan Rev Robert, Presbyterian, Manse 



CLONAKILTY. 



189 



Crofts J, Nelson, Coulamore 
CronirT George R, stipendiary magistrate 
Donegan Rev. John, P.P. of Kilmeen 
Driscoll Mrs Eliza, Barrack street 
Fuller Mrs Dora, The Square 
Gallway Denis M'Carthy, baronial high 
constable Ibane and Barryroe, Greenfield 
Grant Mrs, Georges street 
Hungerford John, Snugboro' 
Hungerford Mrs C, The Island 
Hungerford William, baronial high con- 
stable, E. D. E. Carbery, The Square 
]r\vin Rev William, rector Kilmeen 
Kingston, Rev Paul, R.c.c, Strand road 
Lucas Captain Jasper, Ring house 
M'Fettridge Rev Chas, rector Kilgarriff, 

The Square 

Madden Rev Patrick, P.P. 
Moloney Miss Lucinda, The Square 
Monahan Rev William B, Wesleyan, The 

Square 

Moore Rev Hugh, Wesleyan, Sovereign-st. 
Norcptt Cromwell, The Square 
O'Brien Rev J, R.C.C, Ardfield 
O'Hea Mrs Ellen, Strand road 
O'Leary Rev A, P.P, Ardfield, Mountain 
Powell Rev W. rector Kilnagross, Lisselane 
Ronaldson George, Tawnies cottage 
Sandes George, Dunowen house 
Smyth Edward, Knocks house 
Stewards Moses, Councambeg 
Sweeny Mrs Louisa, Strand road 
Townsend Miss Harriet, The Square 
Tuckey Rev James, rector Ardfield 
Walker Rev Frederick G, rector Kilma- 

looda glebe 
Wheeler James S, Fortprospect 

Solicitors. 

Noonan Francis, Youghals hou>e 
Wright Henry T, Fern hill 
Wright Thomas R, Fern hill 

Medical Practitioners. 
Bennett William, dispensary med. officer, 

The Square 
Hadden Edward, workhouse med. officer, 

The Square 
Heas Patrick, M.D, Strand road 

Apothecaries. 

Bennett William, The Square 
Starkie Mrs C, Main street 

Branch Banks. 

Bank of Ireland D. Franklin, agent 
National Bank .Robert Purcell, manager 

Agricultural Depot 
Maxwell, Irwin & Sons 

Bakers. 

Bateman John, Main street 
Bateman William G, Mill street 
Chiddick Ambrose, Main street 
Gilbert Mrs Mary, Mill street 
Hartnett Mrs Margaret, Sovereign stieet 
Hawkes Joseph, Sovereign street 
Holtsbaum William, Main street 
Hurley Thomas, George's street 



Kingston Samuel, Sovereign street 
L::idrum Thomas A, Main street 
Keill Peter, Millstreet 
O'Brien Ellen, Sovereign street 
O'Brien Mrs. Ellen, Main street 
O'Erien John, Mill street 
Sealy Miss Susan, Mill street- 
Walsh Miss Mary, Sovereign street 
Walsh Mrs William, Main street 

Boot Makers. 
Bateman John, Main street 
Bateman Thomas, Boyle street 
Bateman William G, Millstreet 
Chiddick Ambrose, George's street 
Chiddick Walter, Mill street 
Connell Cornelius, Mill street 
Connell James, Millstreet 
Hawkes Joseph, Sovereign street 
Holtsbaum William, Main street 
Keohane Patrick, Mill street 
Phipps Robert, Sovereign street 

Brewers 
Deasy & Co, The Square 

Builders, 

Anglin William, New Chapel street 
DriScoll Michael, Georges street 
Fitzpatrick Thomas, Desert 

Butter Merchants. 
Donovan Denis, Templebryan 
JUorioVan James, Templebryan 
I|4yes Denis, Clogheen 
O'Ponovan Patrick, Strand road 
O'Regan Charles, Clogheen 

Cabinet Makers. 

Dillon lyjichael, Sovereign street 
Moore Richard, Sovereign street 

Card- Box Manufacturer. 

Austin William, Ring house 

Cattle Dealers. 

Bateman Charles, Sovereign street 
Donovan Michael 
Holland John, Mill stieet 
McCarthy James, Georges street 
Perrott Henry, Mill street 

China Ware Merchants. 
Donovan Patrick, Mill street 
Feen Ellen, Mill street 
McCarthy Callgghan, sen, Sovereign street 
O'Brien John, Sovereign street 

Clerks. 

Davis John, clerk to Town Commissioners, 

Strand road 

Dwyer Phljip, solicitor's clerk, The Square 
Lendrum TJiomas A, clerk of Petty Sessions 
Quinn Patrick, accountant in the National 

Bank, The Square 
Spiller John C, clerk of Union, Sovereign st, 

Coach Builder. 
Regan James, New Chapel street 

Coal Merchants. 

Bennett Thomas, Millville 
Honner William, Main street 



CLONAKILTV. 



Irwin Maxwell & Sons, Clonakilty 
McCarthy Callaghan, Sovereign street 
O' Brier. James, Mill street 

Commercial Traveller. 
McCarthy Timothy, Ashgrove 

Coopers. 

Daly John, George's street 
Lucas George, Mil: street 

Corn Merchants. 

Deasy & Co, The Square 
Honner William, Main street 
Wolfe Bennett & Son, Millville 

Drapers. 

Xash Mrs Margaret, Main street 
O'Hara John, jun, Main street 
O'Leary Daniel, Mill street 
O'Leary Denis, Sovereign street 
Palmer Mrs Maryanne, Main street 
Saunders Mrs Lucey, Barrack street 
Wolfe Thomas J, Main street 

Dressmakers. 
Bateman Mrs, Barrack street 
Bennett Miss Anne, Patrick street 
Bennett Miss Mary, Patrick street 
Chiddick Mrs. W, Mill street 
Leahy Mrs John, Strand road 
Lane Mrs, Strand road 
Lucas Miss M. A, Mill street 
Sheehan Miss M, Mill street 

Dyers. 

Driscoll Jeremiah, Sovereign street 
Spillane Patrick, Barrack street 

Egg Merchants 

Donovan Daniel, jun, Barrack street 
Driscoll Timothy, New Chapel street 
O'Brien James, Mill street 
Roche John, Barrack street 

Emigration Agent 
Wolfe Thomas J, Main street 

Flax Factors. 
Bennett Joseph, Shannon v.ile 
Smyth Edward, Knocks house* 

Grocers. 

Ahern James, Sovereign street 
Bateman Henry, Sovereign street 
Batsman William S, Mill street 
Bennett Michael, Sovereign street 
Bennett Thomas W, Sovereign street 
Brien James, Mill street 
Buttimer Thomas, Sovereign Street 
Chiddick Isaac, New Chapel street 
Cleary Jeremiah, Georges street 
Coakley Jeremiah, Strand road 
Coakley Patrick, Chapel street 
Collins James, Sovereign street 
Coughlan Abraham, Mill street 
Coughlan Mrs Ellen, Sovereign street 
Cadmore Edmond, Main street 
Donovan Daniel, Main street 
Donovan Mrs Bridget, Mill street 
Keen Ellen, Mill street 
Flynn Cornelius, Sovereign street 



Gilbert, Mrs. Mary, Mill street 
Hurley Thomas, George's street 
Lendrum Thomas A, Main street 
McCarthy Cornelius, Sovereign street 
Meade David, Main street 
Meade Patrick, Sovereign street 
MilU Mrs Eliza, Sovereign street 
Nash, Mrs Margaret, Main street 
Nyhnne Bartholomew, Ballmascarty 
O'Brien Mrs Ellen, Main street 
O'Brien John, Sovereign street 
O'Brien John, jun, Sovereign street 
O'Driscoll Miss Ellen, Sovereign street 
O'Neill Miss Mary, Main street 
Perkins Miss Catherine, George's street 
Perrott Henry, Mill street 
Phipps John, Mill street 
Ring Mrs, Sovereign street 
Santry Michael, George's street 
Santry Timothy, Sovereign street 
Sheehy John, Strand road 
Spillane Daniel, Sovereign street 
Spilter John C, Sovereign street 
I Sullivan, Mrs Mary, Sovereign street 
I Walsh Margaret, Sovereign street 
Williamson Jane, Main street 
Wright John Nash, Maintreet 

Hardware Merchants. 
Bennett Josias, Mill street 
Bennett Michael, Sovereign street 
Bennett Thomas W, Sovereign street 
McCarthy Callaghan, jun, Main sliert 
Spiller John C, Sovereign street 

Harness Makers. 

Cunningham l^aurence, Sovereign stieet 
Hegarty John, Georges street 
O'Brien James, Mill street 

Hotel Keepers. 

Donovan Thomas, Sovereign street 
O'Brien John, Sovereign street 

Leather Cutters. 

Bateman John, Barrack street and Main st 
Chiddick Ambrose, George's street 
Connell Cornelius, Mill street 
Coghlan John, Mill street 
Donovan Daniel, Main street 
Hawkes Joseph, Sovereign street 
Helen Samuel, Sovereign street 
Holtsbaum William, Main street 
Phipps Robert, Sovereign street 

Loan Office. 

Bateman William S, Mill .street 

Millers. 

Bennett Thomas, Shannonvale 
Bennett Thomas Jun, Millville 
Hawkins Robert, Gearagh 
Hurley Patrick, Ballinrougher 
Wolfe, Bennett & Son, Shannonvale 

Milliners. 

Mills Miss, Sovereign street 
Saunders Miss, Sovereign street 
Walsh Miss, George's street 
Wolfe Mrs, Main street 



CLONAKILTY. 



Mineral Water Manufacturer. 

Gantry Michael, Georges street 

Painters, Decorators, etc. 
Bevan Tlv mas, Main street 
Harte John Sons, Strand road 

Pawnbrokers. 

Seavls George, Mill street 
Waugh Mrs M. A, Mill street 

Posting Establishments. 
Donovan Thomas, Sovereign street 
O'Leary Daniel, Sovereign street 

Salt Merchant. 

McCarthy Callaghan, Sovereign street 

Seed Merchants. 

Honner William, Main street 
Hurley Thomas, Georges street 
Invin Maxwell, Quays 
McCarthy Callaghan, jun, Main street 
Spiller John C, Main street 

Tailors. 

Barry Charles, Georges street 
Brien John, George's street 
Hayes John and Son, Strand road 
M'Carthy Denis, Strand road 

Timber Merchants. 

Honner William, Main street 

M 'Carthy Callaghan, jun, Main street 

Spiller John C, Sovereign street 

Victuallers. 

I)riscoll Bartholomew, Square street 
Driscoll Cornelius, Strand road 
England Robert, Boyle street 
M c Kennedy Bartholomew, Square street 
Mahony Cornelius, Square street 
Sheehan Daniel, Patrick street 

Vintners. 

Ahern James, Sovereign street 
Atteridge Thomas, Georges street 
Barry David, Mill street 
Beamish James, Mill street 
Beamish John, Sovereign street 
Carroll James, New Chapel street 
Coakley Jeremiah, Strand road 
Coakelly Patrick, New Chapel street 
Coghlan John, Common mountain 
Collins Jeremiah, Sam's cross 
Conner Ellen, Ring 
Crow-ley Cornelius, Sovereign street 
Deasy Mary, Mill street 
Deasy Michael, Sam's cross 
Donovan Cornelius, Ring upper 
Driscoll Michael,. Mill street 
Dribcoll Michael, Georges street 
Forde Robert, Ballmascarthy 
Harrington Edward, Georges street 
Hartnett Margaret, Sovereign street 
Hodnett Richard, Georges street 
Irwin Maxwell. The Quay 
Kingston Samuel, Sovereign street 
Kingston Thomas, Sovereign street 
Lane John, Strand road 
Leary Daniel, New Chapel street 
Mahony Margaret, Common mountain 



Murray Honora, Ring 
M'Carthy Cornelius, Sovereign street 
M 'Carthy Denis, Mill street 
M'Carthy John, Main street 
M'Carthy Timothy, Lamb street 
Neill Peter, 'Mill street 
Nyhan Bartholomew, Ballinascartv 
O'-Brien Ellen, Sovereign street 
Q'Brien John, Sovereign street 
O'Brien Patrickf Main street 
O'Leary Daniel, Sovereign street 
O'Leary Denis, Sovereign street 
O'Leary Daniel, Patrick street 
O'Leary D, Chapel street 
O'Neill Mary, Main street 
O'Neill Owen, Bealad 
Perrott John, Mill street 
Ryan Timothy, Lissavard 
Santry Michael, Georges street 
. Spillane Daniel, Sovereign street 
Sullivan Denis, Mill street 
Sullivan Mary, Sovereign street 
Sullivan Margaret, Shannonvale 
Sullivan Patrick, Boyle square 
Wright John Nash, Main street 
Wycherly Miss Mary, Georges street 

Principal Landholders. 
Anglin William, New Chapel street 
Applebe John, Garranagoleen 
Austin William, Ring south 
Bagley Isaac, Tawnies lower 
Bagley Richard, Letter 
Barrett James, Liscubba 
Barrett John, Ring upper 
Barry Edinond, Bohgnagh 
Bateman Charles, Wood field 
Bateman John, Barrack street 
Bateman Samuel, Clooncorban 
Beamish John, Carhoo 
Beechinor Daniel, Caber 
Beechinor Francis Sovereign street 
Beechinor Robert, Caher 
Bennett John, Rossmore 
Bennett Robert, Kilgarriff 
Bennett Thomas, Aghamilla 
Bennett Thomas, Kilmoylerane 
Brickly John, Farran 
Brien Cornelius, Kilmeen 
Brien Honora, Carrig 
Buttimer Abraham, Derryvreen 
Buttimer Thomas, do. 
Buttimer William, Ballinvard 
Callinan Daniel, Ballivrougher 
Callinan James, Dunowen 
Callinan Thomas, Dunnycove 
Callinan Timothy, Ballinvrougher 
Callinan Timothy, Lackanaboha 
Canty Timothy, Barrack street 
Clarke James, Bealad house 
Collins Mrs Jane, Rossmore 
Crowley John, Lisselane 
Deane Barnabas B, Ballyduvane 
Deasy James, Gearagh 
Deasy William, Reencarrigeen 
Dinneen Charles, Letter 
Dinneen Michael, Knockea 



102 

Dinneen Peter, Maulrour 
Dlnueen Thomas, Monteen 
Donoghue Denis, Ballinvard 
Donoghue John, Bailyduvane 
Donovan Daniel, Creaghmore 
Donovan Daniel, Maulnageragh 
Donovan Daniel, Barrack street 
Donovan James, Caherkirky 
Donovan John, Donoure 
Donovan John, Rossmore 
Donovan John, Belview 
r Donovan Matthew, Letter 
Donovan Patrick, Maulnageragh 
Donovan Thomas, Shannonvale 
Donovan Timothy, Aghaliskey 
Donovan Timothy, Creaghmore 
Donovan Timothy, Gearagh 
Driscoll Eliza, Barrack street 
Diillea Charles, Kriockatlowig 
Fitzpatrick Thomas, Desert 
Forde Mary, Crohane 
Forde Henry, Knockea 
Forde Samuel, Knockea 
Good Joseph, Rossmore 
Good William, DromgarrifF 
Grace Patrick, Farran 
Hawkins Robert, Gearagh 
Hayes Catherine, Castleview 
Hayes John, Cruary east 
Hayes Joseph, Tawnies lower 
Healy Denis, Templebryan 
Helen John, Garraneard 
Helen Samuel, Sovereign street 
Helen William, Garraneard 
Ilennessy Patrick, Monteen 
Holland Richard, Georges street 
Hurley Daniel, Derryvieen 
Hurley James, Gortnagearagh 
Hurley Patrick, Ballinoroher 
Hurley Thomas, Georges street 
Irvine Walter, Garrancore 
Jeffreys Alexander, Fourcuil 
Keefte James, Coorleigh south 
Kemp Eliza, Rocksavage 
Keohane Jeremiah, Carhoogarriffe 
Keohane Jeremiah, Cahergal 
Keohane Laurence, Ballintemple 
Keohane Sylvester, Cahergal 
Keohane Timothy, Ballintemple 
Keohane Timothy, Garrymore 
Kingston James, DromgarrirT 
Kingston James, Tawnies lower 
Kingston James, Templebryan 
Kingston Jeremiah, Knockscagh 
Kingston Jeremiah, Lisselane 
Kingston Jeremiah, Ballymacowen 
Kingston John, Fourcuil 
Kingston John, Kilgarriff 
Kingston Paul, Beanhill 
Kingston Samuel, Clogheen 
Kingston Thomas, Crohane 
Kingston Thomas, Madame 



CLONAKILTY. 



Kingston Thomas, jun, Ballinascarty 
Knowles John, Wood ft eld 
Leary Andrew, Kilbrci- 
Leary Andrew, jun, Kilbree 
Leary Cornelius, Knockea 
Leary Jeremiah, Gearagh 
Leary Thomas, Ahalisky 
Lyne Michael, Denyvreen 
McCarthy Callagh.in, Main street 
McCarthy Florence, Ash grove 
McCarthy Jeremiah, Ahagilla 
McCarthy Margaret, Ashgrove 
McCarthy Timothy, Garraneard 
Mahony Jeremiah, Tullyneasky 
Murray Mrs Catherine, Strand road 
Neill John, Reenroe 
Neill John, Bailyduvane 
Northridge Charles, Liscubba 
Northridge William Henry, Liscubba 
Nyhane Daniel, Dromganifi 
Nyhane Daniel, Ballyluck 
Nyhane Elizabeth, Crohane west 
Nyhane John, Brownstown 
Nyhane John, Carriganookery 
O Brien Denis, Knockaphonery 
j O'Brien Denis, New Chapel street 
O'Hea Mary, Barrack street 
O'Neill Mrs Felix, Clonakilty 
O'Regan Charles, Clogheen 
palmer M. A, Main street 
Phipps Robert, Sovereign street 
Regan Jeremiah, South Ring 
Scully Michael, Dunowen 
Scully Michael, jun, Brownstown 
Sheehy John (Edward), Lackencluff 
Sheehy Patrick, Lackenduff 
Shiels Peter, Templebryan 
Smyth Bdward, Knocks house 
Sullivan Edward, sen, Kilbree 
Sullivan Jeremiah, Sovereign st'eet 
Sullivan John, Carrigroe 
Sullivan John, Creaghbeg 
Sullivan John, Coorleigh south 
Sullivan John, Shannonvale 
Sullivan Timothy, .Garranagoleen 
Sullivan William, Kilnagross cottage 
Sweeny Denis, Bealad 
Unkles Joseph, Sarue 
Walsh Francis, Gallanes 
Walsh John, Monteen 
Walsh Michael, Maulrour 
Walsh Peter, Knockea 
Walsh Richard, Kilmalooda 
Waugh Mary Anne, Carhoo 
Whelton William, Dunowen 
White Thomas, Ahalisky 
White Thomas, Brittas 
White Thomas, Main street 
Williamson Richard, Carrigroe 
Wolfe Robert, Barrack street 
Woods William, Kilkeran 
Wycherly George, Aghamilla 



193 
CLOYNr. 

Sub post, money-order, and telegraph office, distant i"j\ miles from Cork, 4 from Midle- 
ton (head office), and 4 from Aghada pier. A bishopric was established at Cloyne in the 
sixth century, by St. Colman Mac Lenin, supposed to have been a disciple of St. Finbar. 
This place is called in Irish Cluain- Umha, " The Lawn of the Cave. " There are some very 
deep and interesting caves in a lawn or field, called the Rock Meadow, where tradition 
says the early Christians sought protection from the Druids. A subterranean river or 
stream runs through these mysterious and dark caverns. It is generally believed that the 
caves at Cloyne are connected with the great stalactite caves at Carrig-a-crump, about 
two miles distant ; the latter caves have never been thoroughly explored, though pene- 
trated to a distance of one mile. The cathedral, dedicated to St. Colman, and used as a 
parish church, is a neat cruciform edifice, supposed to have been erected in the I4th 
century ; the interior is also remarkably neat, and in the transepts are handsome monu- 
ments to the memory of Drs. Woodward and Warburton, both bishops of this see ; and 
some elegant monuments of the Longfields, Lumleys, and other families of note. The 
R.C. church at Cloyne is a large, plain, old edifice. Near the cathedral stands a fine 
specimen of an ecclesiastical round tower. Its conical stone roof was destroyed by 
lightning in 1749. The tower is 100 feet in height, 9 feet 2 inches in diameter at the 
sill of the doorway ; the door is about 13 feet from the ground, and faces the western 
of the church. It is divided into storeys by seven offsets. It is built of a yellowish brown 
sandstone, in spawled rubble work, and not in courses. A small portion of limestone 
and a few blocks of red sandstone are used at the facings. The land in the neighbourhood 
of Cloyne is most excellent, and limestone prevails throughout the district. There is a 
quarry of fine Italian dove-coloured marble at Carrig-a-crump. In the neighbourhood of 
Cloyne is the castle of Ballymaloe, built by the Fitzgeralds, and afterwards possessed by 
the first Earl of Orrery, and the Corkers. In the sixth century St. Ite founded an abbey 
of Augustinian nuns here ; it stood a little to the west of the present See house. At 
Castlemary, a mile west of Cloyne, may be seen one of those ponderous masses of 
stone, termed "cromleachs," and close to it is a smaller one. This druidical altar con- 
sists of a large stone 1 5 feet long, and 8 in breadth, of a rough irregular form, approaching 
to an oval. The highest part of it is 9 feet from the ground ; it is supported by three 
other great stones. Adjoining to it is a large round flag stone or table, which was pro- 
bably used for cutting up the victims for the sacrifice. There is a grammar school in this 
town, founded in 1808 by Bishop Crowe. 



Fairs. 

24 Feb, Easter Tuesday, Whit Tuesday* 
I Aug, 12 Sept, 5 Dec. 

Market Day Thursday 
Postmaster Patrick O'Brien 

Official. 
Parishes Ballintemple (p. 50), Bohillane 

(P- 53)> Cloyne (p. 61), Garranekinne- 

feake (p. 69), Inch (p. 71), Kilmahon 

(p. 80) 

Poor Law Union Midleton 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. Thomas M. Dwane 
Relieving Officer William Donovan 
Petty Sessions District Cloyne, every 2nd 

Tuesday; clerk, Samuel M'Cullagh 
Quarter Sessions District Midleton 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 
Sub-Inspector of Constabulary Augustus 

Rudge, Midleton 
Constable Abraham Goff 

St. Colman's Cathedral. 
(See Ecclesiastical Directory, p. 104) 

Bishop Crowe's Grammar School, 
trustees Rev. George J. Gwynne, Pre- 
centor of Cathedral, and Rev. T. Beamish, 
Treasurer of Cloyne diocese 
Principal John Evans Morehead 
Scholars on the foundation, 7 : day scho- 
lars, 14 



Justices of the Peace. 

Creed Richard. Cloyne house 
Lawless Clement Francis, Kilcrone house 
Litton John, Ardavifling 
Litchfield John, Ballymaloe house 
Rowland Francis Edward, Kilboy house 

Gentry and Clergy. 
Egar Very Rev. John, v. F, p. p, dean 
Garde Rev. Thomas, elk, Cloyne 
McCreery Rev. T. B, reader Cathedral 
M'Swiney Rev. T, k.c.c. 
O'Farrell Rev. Thomas, R.c.c. 
T \vohig Rev. E, R.c.c. 
Wilkinson George, Cloyne 

Medical Practitioners. 
Dwane Dr. Thomas M, disp. med. officer 
O'Reilly Thomas, L,A. 

Branch Banks. 

(Open Thursdays and Fair Days) 
Munsler M. Fitzgerald, Midleton, manager 
National S. R. Prosser, Midleton, manager 

Corn Merchants. 
Mullanny, Margaret A. 
Tattan Jasper & Sons (and Midleton) 

Hotel. 

Dunne Mrs Catherine, prop. 

Traders, Shopkeepers, etc.- 

Costine James Cronin Daniel 

Cuddigan James, victualler 
Donovan William, draper 



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CLOYNE COACHPORD. 



Forde Richard and-Hanr^ Munster house 
<''Torrest Tames. victualler^ 
HgulKlmn Darnel 
Keneally John, smith 
Kirby Michael 
Lawton David 
Lawton Michael 
Morrisson James 
O'Keeffe Daniel, grocer 
Pugh William J, draper 
Riordan Denis 
Welsh Thomas 

Principal Landholders. 
Ahern John, Lissanly 
Ahern John, Castlemary 
Ahern Timothy, Innygrega 
Barry William, Kildanig 
Broderick Thomas, Bohillane 
Brunette Henry, Ballyfin 
Caddigan Thomas, Ballycroneen 
Cashman Daniel, Ballyrobbin 
Cashman Elias, Ballybranagh 
Cashman William, May town 
Connell Edmond, Shanahee 
Connell John, Tullagh 
Connell Patrick, Shanahee 
Connell Thomas, Coolbea 
Connors Andrew, Ballymacandrick 
Connors Michael, Sunville 
Costine James, Church street, Cloyne 
Cotter John, Ballymaloe 
Creamer Patrick, Spittal street 
Curtin David, Lissanly 
Curtin William, Lugfree 
Dooly Denis, Bohillane 
Dunne Edmond, Ballyhemickin 
Dunne fohn, Ballyhemickin 



rrest MichaeK 
Gar3e Uhrisfop 
Garde Richard, Sleveen 
Garvin William, Aughane 
Gleeson Michael, Innygrega 
Gleeson Michael, Dromsarane 
Goold, Thomas, Loughane 
Griffin John, Ballyhemickin 
Hankard Matthew, Tullagh 
Hartnett Maurice, Lissanly 
Hartnett Michael, Ballynatnn 
Harty Edmond, Kilmacahill 
Harty Michael, Ballyroe 
Hegarty Andrew, Ballylibbo'.t 
Hegarty John, Ballinvoher 
Hegarty Robert, Coolbay 
Hennessy David, Ballycrenane 
Hennessy Thomas, Ballylanders 
Higgins Charles, Ballincurrig 



Higgius John, Ballytibbot 
Higgins Michael, Shanahee 
Higgins Thomas, Ballyrobin south 

Hoare Edmond, Tullagh 

Hoare James, Kilderrig 

Hoare James, Kilbararee 

Hore Patrick, Kilderrig 

Hoare Richard Kilboy 

Kearney James, Ballycrenane 

Kearney Michael, Ballyrussell 

Kenefick James, Ballybranagh 

Kenefick John, Ballycattoo 

Kenefick Laurence, Ballydavid 

Keneally Thomas, Ballyregan 

Kenedy Coleman, BallywilUam 

Kenedy John, Rathcappoge 

Kennedy William, Rathcappoge 

Kilmartin William, Ballycroneen 

Lane Timothy, Ballybrenagh 

Mahony John, Castlemary 

M'Carthy Daniel, Ballymacandrick 

M 'Carthy Denis, Ballintrim 

M'Carthy John, Ballycroneen west 

M'Carthy Michael Michl, Ballymacandrick 

M'Carthy Michael John, Ballymacandrick 

M'Carthy Timothy, Ballyfin 

M'Grath Michael, Ballyandreen 
M 'Sweeny Bryan, Garranekinnefeake 
Morrisson Michael, Ballyrobin south 
Morrisson William, Ballyhemickin 
Murphy Edmond, Cloyne 
Murphy Michael, Demesne 
Parker William, Ballyrobin 
Power John, Tullagh y 
Power Patrick, Ballinvoher 
Scanlan Richard, Gearagh 
Scannell Patrick, Sheanliss 
Rumley William J, Saleen 
Sheehan David, jun, River street 
Smyth Christopher, Ballyroe 
Smyth Jonas, Ballyfin 
Smyth Nathaniel, Tullagh 
Smyth Richard, Ballybranagh 
Smyth William, Ballyfin 
Spillane Denis, Knockacrump 
Terry Charles, Ballymacotter 
Terry John, Ballingarrane 
Upton Christopher, Ballyonane 
Upton Michael, Kilmacahill 
Wall Daniel, Coolbay 
Wall Edmond, Ballytibbot 
Wall James, Ballinatray east 
Walsh Edmond, Maytown 
Walsh Michael, Bally braher 
Walsh Michael, Garryvoe uppef 
Walsh Matihew, Ballynamona 
Walah Thomas, Bailynamona 



COACHFCRD. 

Sub-office, money order, and telegraph otnce, 15^ miies from Cork (head office}, and 6 
miles from the Kilcrea station (v'ork and Macroom Railway). A passenger car leaves for 
Cork at 8.0 a.m.- and returns (arr.) about 7.0 p.m., on Mondays, Thursdays, and Satur- 
days [proprietor, Timothy Connell]. The Roman Catholic chapel is an old and commo- 
dious building. The Protestant church is a neat modem-built structure, standing near the 
ruins of the old church of Magourney, the square ivy-clad tower and walls of which still 
exist. In the new church is a handsome stained glass window, presented by Mrs. Greer, 



COACHFORD. 



19$ 



of Dripsey house. In Magourney church is a curious engraved copper tablet, removed 
from the old church, to the memory of "Mrs. Ann Cox," the inscription on which was 
written by herself some time before her death, Two and a half miles north-east of 
Magourney, is the ruined church of the ancient parish of Kilcolman. Adjoining the 
church' of Aghabolloge is St. Olan's well, near which stands a noble pillar stone inscribed 
with mystic Ogham, brought from another part of Aghabolloge and placed here about 
twenty-five years since ; and in the churchyard is a stone, said to be his tomb, called "St. 
Olan's cap." This cap is supposed to possess miraculous healing virtues ; and Dr. Smith 
in his History of Cork says the people of the vicinage are persuaded that if the stone 
were removed it would return of itself to its present position. The whole district north- 
west of Coachford abounds with stone circles, cromleachs, pillar stones, raths, holy wells, 
and Danish forts. Peake house, the residence of Miss Catherine Frances Lindsay, 
is a fine strongly-built mansion, erected in the iyth century, and remodelled within 
the present century. This seat is remarkable for its ancient timber, and for a Danish 
fort, supposed to communicate with the house and with two other Danish forts on 
the adjoining lands of South and West Peake. A fine trout stream runs through the 
demesne. Smith, in his History of Cork, quotes the Rev. Marmaduke Cox, who, writing 
in 1755, from Peake, parish of Aghabulloge, states : " Last Thursday, as some men were 
making a ditch to enclose a potato garden, one of them dropped his spade into a deep 
hole, which obliged him to open the earth to get out his spade, where he found a passage 
into fifteen, some say seventeen, very large subterranean rooms or caverns, in one of which, 
by estimation, were aboutyfc^ hundred skeletons, and in another five skeletons, all entire, 
and laid at a distance of about a foot from each other. . . . 'Tis imagined there must 
be another passage to these subterraneous chambers from a Danish fort about 150 yards 
from the present entrance. There are other chambers that are not got into, the entrance 
being defended by very large stones." 



Postal. 

Mail arrives from Cork, Dublin, etc. at 5 30 
a.m, and leaves for Cork at 7 20 p m. 

From Macroom at 7 10 p.m, despatched at 
7 20 p.m. 

Postmaster Richard Burke 

Official. 

Parishes Magourney (p. 91), Aghabulloge 

(p. 47), Aglish (p. 48) 
Poor Law Union Macroom. 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. Richard Barrett, Clonmoyle 
Petty Sessions District Coachford, every 

alternate Monday ; clerk, Edward Carey. 
Quarter Sessions District Cork 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy, 

Midleton 

Sub-Inspector Constabulary J. Mullarky. 
Constable in charge of Police station at 

Dripsey William Stretton 

Schools. 

National teachers, Jeremiah Twomey and 

Ellen Twomey 
Church Education Schools teachers, Mr. 

and Mrs. McDonnell 

Justices of the Peace. 

Crooke Warren Gillman, Oldtown 
Forster Colonel Thomas Oriel, Colonel 

comm. Monaghan militia (late Capt 77th 

Foot), Nadrid house 
Gollock Thomas, B.A., T.C.D, Forest 

Gentry and Clergy. 
Beamish Albert, Leemount 
Buckley Rev F, R.c.C. 
Colthurst George, Carhoo house 
Crooke Thomas E, Aghavrin 
Galgey, William O'S, Nadrid 
Gillman Herbert, Clonteadmore 



Gollock James, Classes 

Good Thomas C, Rockgrove 

Leader Henry, Clonmoyle 

Lindsay Miss Catherine F, Peake house 

O'Keeffe Rev D, R.C.C 

Sheehan Rev D, P. P. 

Smith Rev G. C. W, lector St. Olan's, 

Ahabulloge 
Spring Rev Edward, rector, The Glebe 

Medical Practitioner. 
Barrett Dr. R , CJonmoyle dis. med. officer 

Miller, 
Quinlan John, Deeshart 

Shopkeepers, etc. 

Buckley John Murphy Edward J. 

Burke Richard 

Vintners, etc. 

Burke Richard Forde Mrs 
Dinan Charles O'Brien Michael 

Principal Landholders. 
Ahern John, Dromatimore 
Burke Richard, Nadrid 
Burns John, Clonmoyle 
Burns Michael, Fergus 
Burns Michael Patrick, Fergus 
Callaghan Patrick, Oughtihery 
Callaghan Patrick, Cronody 
Carroll John, Rylane 
Carroll Thomas, Rylane 
Carroll Thomas, Kilcolmaa 
Coakley Daniel, Aghavrin 
Coakley Michael, Keel 
Connor John, Nadrid 
Cross Richard M, Cronody 
Crowley John, Tulligmore 
Delay John, Keam 
Dwyer John, Coolacullig 
Golden Thomas, Gurrane 



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COACHFORD-CONNA. 



Gregg John, Coolacullig 
Hall William, Fergus 
Hayes Michael, Rylane 
Hinchin John, Clonmoyle 
Higgins Eugene, Clonmoyle 
Lyhane John, Rooves more 
Lyhane Timothy, Gortacrohig 
McSweeny Paul, Peake 
Mahony Daniel, Fargus 
Mahony Jeremiah, Clonteadmott 
Manning John, Monareagh 
Manning Nathaniel, Rooves 
Murphy Daniel, Tulligmore 
Murphy Edward M, Clonmoyle 
Murphy John, Aghavrin 
Murphy John T, Woodfield 
Murphy Maurice, Knockrour 
Murphy Mrs, Clontead 



Murphy Mrs, Rocklodge 
Murphy Timothy (John) Dromatemore 
Murray William, Glenaglogh 
O'Brien John, Gurth 
O'Brien Michael, Vicarstowo 
O'Brien Timothy, Gurth 
O'Connell John, Aghavrin 
Reed Francis, Fergus 
Richardson John, Aglish 
Riordan* Denis, Roovesmore 
Spence James, Tulligbeg 
Sullivan Michael, Knockrour 
Sullivan Timothy, Clonteadbeg 
Sweeny Daniel, Glenaglogh 
Sweeny Jeremiah, Rylane 
Twomey James, Aghavrin 
Walsh Edmund, Woodfield 
Walsh, Richard, Aglish 



CONNA and BALLYNOE. 

Sub post office, 26 miles from Cork and 8 from Fermoy. This is a rich well-water'rd 
grazing district, near the Blackwater. Conna (or Knockmourne) was an ancient corpora- 
tion, burnt down in the Desmond rebellion. Conna castle, belonging to the Fitzge/alds, 
is a high square tower, built on a steep rock ; at Aghern was formerly another castle of 
the Fitzgeralds. At Ballynoe are vestiges of an ancient abbey, and near it a chalybeate 
spring ; the ruins are extensive, and supposed to have belonged to the Knights Hospi- 
tallers. This district is watered by the river Bride, which runs north of Tallow (County 
VVaterford), and discharges itself into the Blackwater. On the banks of the Bride are 
ruins of several of the Desmond castles There are some fine orchards in this neighbour- 
hood. 

Gentry and Clergy. 
Agar Rev William, rector Bally noe 
Aherne Rev Richard, C.C, Conna 
Bawers John Thomson, Woodvicw 
Bowles George, Mountprospect 
Campion Rev. Robt. Dearie, rector, Knocit 

mourne parsonage 
Green Rev James W, c.c, Ballynoe 



Fair. 

Conna Ascension day 
Glengoura I Aug, i Nov. 

Postal. 
Mails Arrival per Mail Car from Listnore 

8 30 a.m ; dep 4 o p.m. 
Postmaster John Mills. 

Mail Car 
Leaves Conna for Lisinore at 4 to p.m.; 

arr at 6 p.m., and from thence to Clog- 

heen and Cahir 
Leaves Lismore at 6 15 a.m. ; arr at Conna 

at 8 o 3a.m. 

Official. 
Parishes Aghern (p. 48), Ballynoe (p. 52), 

Knockmourne (p. 88), Mogeely, Kinnat- 

alloon (p. 92) 

Poor Law Union Fermoy. 
Registrar Births, Marriages, and Deaths 

Dr. J. W. Blaquiere Tuesdays and Fri- 
days at Conna ; Mondays and Thursdays 

at Ballynoe. 

Relieving Officer Robert Mantle. 
Rate Collector Timothy Kirby, Conna 
Petty Sessions District Conna, every 2nd 

Friday ; clerk, John Godson 
Quarter Sessions District Fermoy 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 
Sub-Inspector Thomas Fleming 
Constables in charge of Police stations 

Aghern, James Calhoun ; Currabaha, 

Michael Mahon 

Justice of the Peace. 

Braddell Henry, Montdeligo 



Green Rev Canon -Pierce, P.P, Conna 
Hopkins Rev John W, vicar, Agheni 

vicarage 
Nason John William W, Baronial Higb 

Constable Kinnatalloon, Thornhill 
Rice Richard, Frankfort 

Medical Practitioners 
Blaquiere Dr. John William, dispensary 

med officer 
Creed Charles, M.D, Ballymurphy 

Hotel. 

Kirby Catherine, prop. 

Corn and Coal Merchant. 
Cunningham Michael, Kilmacow 

Vintner. 

Ahern Michael, Ballynoe 
Callaghan Jeremiah, Aghern cross 
Campbell Patrick, Aghern cross upper 
Conway Thomas, Conna 
Cotter Edmond, Ballynoe 
Donovan Bartholomew, Conna 
Lenihan John, Conna 
Mahony Margaret, Ballynoe 



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Principal Landholders. 

Barry Thomas, Ballybride Lower 
Becher John, Longueville north 
Bryan Michael, Ballybride upper 
Bryan William James, Curraheen 
Bryan William, Curraheen 
Bryan John, Aghern west 
Carey Jeremiah, Glenreagh 
Clancey Daniel, Lisnabrin lower 
Colbert John, Ballymonteen 
Coleman John, Kilclare lower 
Coleman Thomas, Kilclare lower 
Condon Edmond, Ballymacsimon 
Condon Michael, Glengoura 
Condon William, Templevally 
Council John, Rathdrum 
Connell Michael, Kilphillibeen 
Connell William, Knockastickane 
Cotter Patrick, Longueville north 
Cotter William, Ballyclogh 
Cronin Michael, Carrigmore 
Cunningham Michael, Kilmacow 
Cunningham Mrs, Mogeela 
Dineen John, Curraheen 
Dineen Mathew, Ballyknock 
Donovan Bartholomew, Conna 
Donovan Cornelius, Glentrasna 
Donovan Patrick, Glentrasna 
Dooly Daniel, Slievedoctor 
Duggan Denis, Kilmacow 
Duggan Dominick, Booladuragh 
Flynn Thomas, Mbntdeligo 
Foohey Denis, Ballymurphy 
Geary Patrick, Ballylusky 
Geary Thomas, Garrycaheragh 
Higgins Michael, jun, Ballinlegane 
Higgins Patrick, Knocknagapple 
Higgins Patrick, Cullenagh 
Keniry David, Ballylusky 
Keeffe Andrew, Killasseragh 
Keeffe James, Lisnabrin south 
Keeffe Jeremiah, Ballynattin 



Keeffe Joseph, Ballynattin 
Keeffe John, Lisnabrin south 
Kirby Richark, Ballymacsimon 
Lane John, Monagoun 
Lawler John, Ballybride upper 
Lawler Patrick, Cullenagh 
Leahy John, Belvidere 
Linehan Daniel, Curraheen 
McBeth John, Knockastickane 
McCarthy Callaghan, Knockastickane 
McCarthy Callaghan, Clashaganniv 
McCarthy Patrick, Kilphillibeen 
McCarthy William, Kilmacow 
Maloney Michael, Kilclare upper 
May Michael, Montdeligo 
Morrisson Edmond, Glentrasna 
Morrisson James, Killasseragh 
Nason Charles, Minalour 
Nason George, Minalour 
Neville William, Lower Mogeely 
Neville William, Ballycullane 
Noonan Daniel, Ballymurphy 
Noonan Hanora, Clashaganniv 
Noonan Johanna, Clashaganniv 
Noonan John, Ballybride upper 
Noonan Patrick, Ballybride upper 
O'Brien Robert, Sun lodge 
O'Neill John, Cullenagh 
O'Neill Peter, Gurraneribbeen 
O'Neill William, Ballinlegana 
Parker Edmund, Curraheen 
Pope Henry, Belvidere 
Power James, Park 
Power John, Killavarilly 
Riordan Maurice, Ballyerrin 
Scanlon John, Ballybride lower 
Sheehan James, Kilphillibeen . 
Spillane Maurice, Ballybride lower 
Stack William, Ballylusky 
Tobin Michael, Rathdrum 
Wall Patrick, sen, Ballylusky 
Wall Patrick, Ballylusky 



COURTMACSHERRY. 

Sub post office, 32 miles from Cork, 3 south-east of Timoleague, and 12 from Band on (&wrf 
offife). Courtmacsherry is a very pretty marine village, agreeably situated on the southern side 
of Courtmacsherry bay. It consists of one street, built only on one side, the other open to 
the sea. The portion of it principally occupied by visitors contains many good-sized 
houses, built at the foot of a well-wooded hill, which almost surrounds the village on 
the east, west, and south sides. This place is much frequented for sea bathing during the 
season, and the magnificent flower garden and grounds of W. B. Leslie, J.P., are open to 
visitors on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the summer. Between Courtmacsherry and Timo- 
league are the ruins of Abbeymahon. It was founded by monks of the Cistercian order, 
and stands close to the waters of the bay. It was endowed by Lord Barry with eighteen 
townlands, but was confiscated at the suppression of monasteries. The property is now 
in the hands of the Earl of Shannon. The bay affords plenty of various kinds of fish. The 
river Arigadeen (the silver stream) rises in Carbery, glides by Timoleague, and empties its 
water into the bay of Courtmacsherry. This river abounds with salmon, white trout, 
bass, mullet, etc. There are Coastguard and Life boat stations here. 



Official. 

Parishes Lislee (p. 89), Abbeymahon 

(p. 46) 

Poor Law Union Clonakilty. 
Registrar Births, Marriages, and Deaths 

Pr, Henry W, Garde. 



Petty Sessions District Timoleague, every 
2nd Monday ; clerk, J. Phillips. 

Resident Magistrate George R. Cronin. 

Sub-Inspector of Constabulary James C. 

Mills, 
j Constable Joseph Reilly, / 



198 



COURTMACSHERRY -CROOKITAVEN*. 



Postal. 

Mail despatched to Baudon at 5 20 p.m. 
Postmaster Joseph McCarthy. 

Mail Car 

To Bandon at 5 20 p.m, arr. 7 25 p.m. 
From Bandon at 5 30 am, arr at ^ 35 a.m. 

Coastguards. 

Officer- Lieut. Zachariah Grainger. 
Chief Boatman Joseph Venn. 

Schools. 

National Teachers, Daniel Sheehan and 

Miss Bessie Scannell. 
Church Education Heber Coghlan, Bally- 

cullinane ; infants, Miss Quadling, Court - 

macsherry. 

Justice of the Peace. 
Leslie William Burton 

Gentry and Clergy. 
Boyle, TheLadies(dau.3rd Earl of Shannon) 

Lady Jane Boyle 

Lady Elizabeth Boyle 

Lady Charlotte Anne Boyle 
Bunbury Richard S. 
Grainger Lieut Zachariah 
Lucey Rev Jeremiah, P.P, Timenane 
McCarthy Rev Timothy, R C.C. 
Townsend Captain Horace 
Woodroffe Rev Henry, Lislee Glebe 

Hotel. 

Donovan Mrs Mary, prop. 



Boat Builders 
Travers Jasper Ruddick Noble 

Coal Merchants 
Driscoll Michael Murray Denis 
Parker William 

Land Steward. 

Kingston Thomas 

Lodging-house Keepers. 
Deasy Mrs Ellen Devenish Mrs Eliza 

Jeffers Mrs Jeffers Thomas 

Lomasney Mrs Honora 
McCarthy Mrs Johanna. Webb Samuel 

Traders, Shopkeepers, etc. 
Cooke Henry Driscoll Michael 

McCarthy Joseph Murray Denis 
Regan Jeremiah Smyth Henry 

Murphy John, vintner 
Parker William, vintner 
Riordan Daniel, victualler, Hamiltons row 

Principal Landholders. 
Beechinor Thomas, Ballynamona 
Jeffers Edward, Cullenagh 
Jennings Barnabas, Meelmane 
Kingston James, Ballycullinane 
Lovell Thomas, Abbeymahon 
Morgan James, Courtmacsherry 
Murphy Andrew, Ballincurrig 
Murphy Denis, Meelmane 
Murphy William, Ardcoohig 
Perrott William, Abbeymahon 
Woodburne Matthew, Ballincurrig 



CROOKHAVEN. 

Sub post, money-order, and telegraph office, 79 miles from Cork, and 26| from Skib- 
bereen (head office}. Crookhaven, once a place of some note, is situated on a peninsula 
west of Cape Clear, near an excellent harbour, one of the best outlets in Europe for vessels 
to sail to any place whatsoever. The land about it is exceedingly rocky and barren. The 
extreme point of this tract is called Brow head, between which and the opposite cape, 
called Mizen head, is a great bay called Barley cove, and another between that and 
Three-castle-head, so called from three square towers built on it by the Mahonys ; then 
comes the larger bay of Dunmanus, which has its name from Dunmanus castle, erected on 
the east banks by that sept. The whole peninsula from Ballydehob to Dunmanus bay is 
called Ivaugh, and belonged to the O'Mahonys. The postal authorities have a signal 
tower at Brow head, from which the inward bound mail steamers are signalled to the post 
office at Crookhaven, and thence reported by telegraph to their respective agents, etc. 



Postmaster James Guilfoyle 

Mail Car 
Daily each way between Rock Island and 

Skibbereen 

Official. 

Parish Kilmoe (p. 84). 
Poor Law Union Schull 
Reghtrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. Jas McCormick, Goleen 
Petty Sessions District Goleen, every 4th 

Saturday ; clerk, T. T Baldwin 
Quarter Sessions District Skibbereen and 

Bantry 

Resident Magistrate Charles O'Connell 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary J. C. Carter 
Constable Andrew Brien 



Coast Guard Station. 
Officer JohnBridger, R.N, Rock Island 

National School. 

Teacher Timothy Mahony 

Clergy. 

Fisher Rev W. A, rector Kilmoe 
Hopley Rev. E. H, elk, Tempulnabocht 
O'Connell Rev. Daniel, P.P. 
Sullivan Rev. D, c.c. 

Hotel. 

Noonan Denis, prop. 

Ship Agents. 

Js"oonan Tames Notter Isaac 



CROOKSTOWN-CROSSHAVEN. 



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CROOKSTOWN and FARNANES. 

Sub post-offices, 17 miles from Cork, and 7^ south-east of Macroom. At Crookstown 
is a station, Cork and .Macroom Ry ; four trains a clay fares, single 3/2, 2/2, 1/4, return 
4/9. 33) 2 / 2 - 1' ne principal places of interest in the district are : Rye court, the hand- 
some house and grounds of R.Tonson Rye, D.L, J. P. ; Castlemore now in ruins built by the 
MacSwineys, but afterwards belonging to the MacCarthys ; part of the ruins of Kilbrenan 
(Strawhall), an abbey of regular canons, founded in the eight century by St. /Edus; and a 
large stone monument, called " Niall's grave " (who was said to be slain in battle at this 
place), on the west side of the road from Crookstown to Bandon. From Clodagh, a ruined 
castle of the Mac Swineys, to the confluence of the river Bride with the Lee, there is a fine 
valley bounded by hills north and south, which afford several limestone quarries. 



Official. 

Parishes Moviddy (p,93), Kilbonane (p. 73) 
Kilmurry (p. 84) 

Poor Law Union Bandon 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Dr. John H. Nason 

Petty Sessions District Farran, every 4th 
Monday ; clerk,, Thomas Smith 

Quarter Sessions District Cork 

Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy, 
Midleton 

Sub-Inspector Constabulary]. Mullarky 

Constable in charge of Farnanes-cross sta- 
tion Richard Griffin 

Justices of the Peace. 

Herrick Captain Edward (late I2th Foot) 
Bellmount, and Junior United Service 
Club, London, S.W. 
Nettles Captain Richard, Kilcondy 
Rye John Bailie Tonson, Ryecourt 
Kye Richard Tonson, D.L. (was high sheriff 
for Co. Cork in 1853) Ryecourt 

Gentry and Clergy. 

Babington Rev. Hume, rector Moviddy 
Foley Rev. John Canon, Inchirahilly, P.P. 

Kilmurry 

Murphy John B. Farnanes 
O'Sullivan Rev Timothy, R.C.C, Clodagh 
Warren Rev. Robert, rector Cannaway 

Miller. 

Howard Patrick, Bellmount 

Principal Landholders. 

Alleyn Thomas, Garranemuddagh 
Barry David, Garranleigh 
Casey John, Knockanroe 
Cormac Patrick, Farnanes 



Cronin Denis, Inchirahilly 
Cronin Richard, Scart lower 
Daly Jeremiah, Inchirahilly 
Desmond Cornelius, Knockshanawee 
Desmond Daniel, Bellmount 
Foley Timothy, Kilbrenan 
Foley Timothy, Knockaneroe 
Godsell John, Inchirahilly 
Good John, Castlemore 
Harrold Charles, Coolmucky 
Harrold James, Knockshanawee 
Harrold Richard, Knockshanawee 
Harrold Richard, Coolmuckee 
Harrold William, Knockshanawee 
Hickey Denis, Bellmount 
Keane John, Castlemore 
Keane Timothy, Clodagh 
Leary Arthur, Inchirahilly 
Leary Denis, Kilcondy 
Long James, Garranemuddagh 
Long Richard, Bellmount 
Lynch Bartholomew Cloughduff 
Lyons John, Garraneleigh 
Mahony Daniel, Knockawaddra 
Mahony Michael, Parkmore 
Mahony Michael, Parkmore 
Murphy Barry, Coohnucky 
Murray John, Bellmount 
Ring Edward, Bellmount 
Riordan John, Farnanes 
Splaine William, Ballinguilly 
Sullivan Denis, Knockaneroe 
Sullivan John, CloghdufY 
Sweeny Peter, Farnanes 
Sweeny Cornelius, Farnanes 
Sweeny Edward, Inchirahilly 
Wall John, Bellmount 
Wall John (William), Bellmount 



CROSSHAVEN. 

Sub post and money order office, 12 miles from Cork (head office}. Steamers, in con- 
nection with the Cork, Blackrock and Passage trains, ply to and from this place fares 
from Cork, single i/io, 1/6, I/I, return 2/9, 2/2, 1/6; the Citizen, River Steamers Com- 
pany's boats also ply between here and Cork during the summer months. The fashion- 
able marine village of Crosshaven is picturesquely embayed in a creek the mouth of the 
Carrigaline river on the western side of Cork harbour. Of late years this much-fre- 
quented place has been very considerably improved, and the pretty cottages and hand- 
some terraces of which it composed are pleasantly situated along the slope of a gently 
rising and richly-wooded aclivity, commanding a prospect of the harbour. Behind the 
village, at a commanding elevation, are two newly-built places of worship the parish 
church of Templebreedy, and St. liriclgid's R. C. church ; the latter is a very handsom ; 
structure of grey limestone, in the decorated Gothic style of architecture, the beauty u' 
which, as seen from the harbour, is enhanced by the cluster of trees in which it is e;iii><>. 
The principal seats are Crosilwvei; house, '.he residue ot Thomas Hayes j.i 1 ,. 



200 



CROSSHAVEN-CURRAGLASS. 



and Hodclersfielcl (anciently called Kilcrow), the residence of William Moore Hodder, j.p. 
On the rising ground, overlooking the various bays beneath, are to be had fine views of 
the harbour, the Tipperary, Waterford, and West Cork mountains, the Atlantic, and a 
vast tract of sea coast, which is rocky and precipitous, with a few sandy inlets suitable for 
sea bathing. The neighbouring fort Camden Fort (called after John Jeffreys Pratt, second 
Earl of Camden, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in 1795) is a sea battery of 12 heavy guns. 
The land side is being remodelled, and is to have 30 additional guns mounted. 



Postal. 

Postmistress Miss Drinan 

Mail car leaves for Cork at 6 50 p.m, and 

Cork for Crosshaven at 5 o a.m. 
Parishes Templebreedy (p. 100), Kil- 

patrick (p. 86) 

Official. 

Poor Law Union Kinsale 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. William W. Pearson 
Petty Sessions District Carrigaline, every 

2nd Tuesday ; clerk, John J Edgeworth 
Quarter Sessions District Cork 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary J. Harcourt 
Constable Thomas Ahern 

National Schools. 

Crosshaven teacher, Miss Conway 
Myrtleville teacher, Mr Cooney 

Justices of the Peace. 

Hayes Thomas, Crosshaven house 
Hodder Francis George, Fountainstown 
Hodder William H. Moore, Hoddersfield 



Coastguard Officer. 
Hayes Thomas, R. N. 

Gentry and Clergy. 
Daunt Thomas, Myrtleville house 
Harman Rev John, rector Templebreedy 
McSwiney Rev D. Canon, P.P. 

Hotels. 

Church Bay Hotel Margaret Goggin, prop. 
Railway Jeremiah O'Sullivan, prop. 

Vintners. 

Fennell John Keneftck Michael 

Lynch John Mackesy John 

Mackesy Michael 

Principal Landholders. 

Ahern Matthew, Fountainstown 
Brady Edmond, Fountainstown 
Busteed John, Fountainstown 
Collins Timothy, Myrtleville 
Fennell Timothy, Ballinluska 
Hurley Philip 
Smyth Jonas, Gortnanoon 



CURRAGLASS. 

Sub post office, 28 miles from Cork, 1 1 from Fermoy, and 3 from Conna. Curraglass, 
on the borders of Waterford, is a neat pleasant village, in a fertile valley of the Bride. 
The beauty of the place is considerably enhanced by the extensive ruins of Mogeely castle, 
one of the principal seats of Thomas, the great Earl of Desmond. The ruins of this castle 
shew it to have been a very large and stately building. R. J. M. Gumbleton, J.P., of 
Glenatore demesne, is the possessor of one of the finest herds of Booth shorthorns in the 
county, being a first prize-taker at the Bath and West of England Plymouth meeting, at 
Royal Agricultural Society of England meeting held at Cardiff, and at the last meeting of 
the Royal Dublin Society. 



Postal. 

Mails Arrival per Mail Car from Lismore, 

7 o a.m.; dep. 5 o p.m. 
Postmaster Robert Willis 

Mail Car 
Leaves Conna, vi& Curraglass, at 4 10 p.m. 

for Lismore ; thence to Clogheen and 

Cahir. 
Leaves Lismore for Conna at 6 1 5 a.m. 

Official. 

Parishes Ballynoe (p. 52), Knockmourne 
(p. 88), Mogeely (p. 92). 

Poor Law Union Fermoy 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Dr. J. W. Blaquiere, Conna 

Petty Sessions District Conna, every 2nd 
Friday ; clerk, John Godson 

Quarter Sessions District Fermoy 

Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 

Sub- Inspector Constabulary Thos Flem- 
ing 



Constables in charge of Police Barracks 
Curraglass, Henry McAuley ; Newio-.vn, 
Nicholas Browne 

Justice of the Peace. 

Bellis Sandes, Lisnabrin lodge 
Gumbleton Richd John Maxwell, Glenatore 

Gentry, Clergy, &c. 
Croker Edward, M.D., Lisnabrin house 
Gumbleton Henry, Curraglass house 
Longfield Rev Richard, rector Mogeely, 

Rosybower 
Simpson Thomas, Ballinscurlogue 

Vintners. 
Spillane Edmond Willcs Henry 

Principal Landholders. 
Casey Denis, Ballynoe 
Casey Owen, Shanakill 
Cunningham Michael, Kilmacow 
Daly Daniel, Glenatore lower 
Daly Patrick, Garryduff 



CURRAGLASS-DESERTSERGES. 



201 



Duggan Denis, Kilmacow 
Duggan Dominick, Booladurragha 
Flannagan John, Ballynattin 
Flannagan Patrick, Ballynattin 
Fleming Martin, Ballinlegane 
Gallagher James, Shanakill lower 
Gallagher John, Shanakill lower 
Gallagher Thomas, Killaseragh 
Higgins David, Ballyknock north 
Higgins David, Glenreagh 
Keeffe John, Kilphillibeen 
Keeffe Joseph, Ballynattin 
Kenefick Edward, Lisnabrin upper 



M 'Auliffe John, Ballymonteen 
M'Carthy Patrick, Kilphillibeen 
M 'Carthy Timothy, Longueville north 
M'Carthy William, Kilmacow 
Magnier John, Monagoun 
Mahony John, Garryduff 
Mahony Timothy, Kilclare upper 
Mangan Patrick, Curraheen 
Moroney John, Cooladurragh 
Scanlan Richard, Ballynoe 
Sheehan James, Ballymonteen 
Sheehan Patrick, Kilphillibeen 



DESERTSERGES. 

Sub post-office, 28 miles from Cork, 8| south-west of Bandon (head office), and equ<> 
distant from Timoleague and Clonakilty ; it is 4 miles east of Ballineen and Enmskeane 
(West Cork Ry.) Desertserges is so called from being the hermitage of Serghus, a disci- 
ple of St. Colman, who had a church dedicated to him in the townland of Kilcolman. 
which has disappeared. 



Official. 

Parish Desertserges (p. 63) 
Poor Law Unions Clonakilty and Bandon 
Registrars Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Dr. Orpen Beamish and Dr. W. Bennett 
1'ctty Sessions District Clonakilty, every 
Thursday ; clerk, T. A. Lendrum. Balli- 
neen, every and Monday; clerk, E.Connor 
Quarter Sessions District Bandon 
Resident Magistrate George R. Cronin 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary Jas. C. Mills 

Justice of the Peace. 

Laml> William Andrews, Kilcolman park 

Gentry and Clergy. 
Beamish John, Cashelmore 
Gollock Rev. James, Knockmacool, rector 

Desertserges 

Lamb Rev Walter, curate, Kilcolman park 
Longfield John, Kilcolman 
Longfield William, Church hill 
M' Daniel Daniel, Knockmacool 
Ottley Daniel, Kill north 
Miller 
'Jobin John, Kilbeloge 

Principal Landholders. 
Barrett Daniel, Lisnacunna 
Batcman Mrs, Mount Beamish 
Bradfield Mary, Ardkitt 
Bultimer John, Kilcolman 
Carlhy Timothy, Lisnacunna 
Clarke James, Castlederry 
Coffey Timothy, Lisnacunna 
Collins Daniel, Cashelbeg 
Collins Jeremiah, Carhoovauler 
Coombes John, Kilmoylerane i 

Coughlan John, Crohane 
Crowley Catherine, Kilnameela 
Crowley Thomas Knockacullea 
Daunt Benjamin, Kill south 
Daunt Benjamin, Drombofinny 
Donovan David, Killeen 
Donovan John, Derrymeeleen 
Donovan John, Knocknanuss 
Donovan John, jun, Killeen 



Duke Thomas, Cappaknockane 
Flynn John, Tullymurrihy 
Flynn Patrick, Cashelmore 
Flynn Patrick, Tullymurrihy 
Good John, Ballyvoige 
Good William, Cappaknockan: 
Joyce James, Cashelbeg 
Lamb Rev Walter, Kilcolman pane 
Leary Timothy, Tullymurrihy 
Long John, Lisbehegh 
M'Carthy Charles, Carrigroe 
M'Carthy Denis, Kilcolman 
McCarthy Justin, North Killeen 
M'Givern Patrick, Lisnacunna 
Mahony Patrick, Farrannasheshery 
Manning John, Maulnarouga squth 
Manning Patrick, Ardkitt west 
Murphy John, Knocknanuss 
Neill- Felix, sen, Ballinard 
Neill Peter, Derrymeeleen 
Neill Thomas, Knocks 
Nicholson Joseph, Kilrush 
Perrott John, Lisbehagh 
Regan Denis, Derry 
Ryan Timothy, Ardkitt west 
Slyne William, Ardkitt west 
Smith Joseph, Maulnarouga 
Smith Thomas, Cappaknockana 
Sullivan John, Aghyohillbeg 
Sullivan Mary, Breaghna 
Sullivan Thomas, Knocknanuss 
Tobin John, Kilbeloge 
Walsh David, Aghyohillmore 
Walsh Ellen, Kilmoylerane 
Walsh James, Derrymeeleen 
Walsh James, Kilnameela 
Walsh John, Aghyohillmore 
White Edward, Carhoovauler 
White Laurence, Kilbeloge 
White Michael, Carhoovauler 
Wolfe Edward, Farnashesharee 
Woods John, Kilnameela 
Woods Ralph, Maulbrack west 
Woods Thomas, Kilnameela 
Woods William, Ballyvoige 



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DONERAILE. 



Sub post, money-order, and telegraph office ; 28 miles from Cork, 7 from Mallow, and 
5 from Buttevantf^Wcy&f,). Doneraile situated on the banks of the Awbeg (Spenser's 
" Mulla") is one of the most pleasant and pretty little towns in the county, much resorted 
to in summer by visitors. The country around is very romantic, and rich in trout streams. 
Two miles of Doneraile is Kilcolman, celebrated as the residence of (he poet Spenser. 
To the north are the Ballyhoura mountains, or, as Spenser terms them, the mountains of 
Mole : " Mole, that mountain hore." "And Mulla mine, whose waves I whilome taught 
to weep." A mile east of Doneraile is Castle-saffron, so called from large quantities of 
that plant formerly growing there. In 1737 three large urns, each about 4 feet high, and 
containing human remains, were discovered near Castle-saffron, placed in a kind of triangle 
in the earth, about a 100 yards from a Danish entrenchment ; they were made of fine clay, 
dried by the fire, which soon mouldered in the air. Near this place are several quarries 
of beautiful variegated marble. About a mile below Castle-saffron, on the Awbeg, are 
the ruins of Ballynemoney castle, once belonging to the Nagles. The lands of this district, 
so far as they rest on the limestone, are fertile and produce excellent crops ; the southern- 
most portion however rests on the shale, and are clayey and wet. The northern lands, 
although they rests on the limestone, are nevertheless so covered with the drift from the 
Ballyhoura mountains, that they partake too much of the character of the latter, and are 
not, therefore, as fertile as the usual run of calcareous soils. Doneraile was formerly a 
borough, and returned a member to the Irish parliament ; it gives the title of Viscount 
to the St. Legers letters patent dated 23rd June, 1703, 2nd of Queen Anne. Sir William 
St. Leger, who was Lord- President of Munster in the reign of Charles I., held his court 
here. Sir Anthony St. Leger, who is generally praised for his wise and impartial adminis- 
tration during the crisis of the Irish civil war, was five times Lord-Deputy of Ireland 
between the years 1540 and 1559 Nothing can be finer than the Doneraile demesne, 
which is open to the public during the summer months. The Duhallow Club hounds art 
kept her; 



Fairs 
Doneraile 12 April, 23 June. d Sept, and 

14 Dec. 

Dromdeer 12 June 
Cahirmee (see Buttevant) 

Postal. 

Mails despatched at 10 4$ m and 7 35 

p.m. 
Postmaster Robert Collis Bolton 

Official. 

T'arishes Doneraile (p 64), Caherduggan 

(P- 55) 

Poor Law Union Mallow 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages- 
Robert Collis Bolton, L.A. 
Hon Sec. Disp. Committee J. Murphy 
Relieving Officer T. Lenahan 
Collector of Poor Rates P. W. Greene 
Petty Sessions District Doneraile, every 
second Monday ; clerk, Robert C. Bolton 
Quarter Sessions District Mallow 
Resident Magistrate Capt. R. r 'arr Coote 
Sub- Inspector Constabulary S. R. Carter 
Constable Thomas Keeffe 
Stamp Distributor James llaycrof?. 

Religious Orders. 

Presentation Convent Sup. Mrs Desalis 
Hennessy ; chaplns. the parochial clergy ; 
Community, 21. 

Christian Brothers Sup. Br.L) B.O'Malley 

Schools. 

Four National Schools in the locality. 

Christian Brothers pupils, 229. 

Convent Schools conducted by the Pre- 

entation Sisters. 
I'^rotr-gc School*-M;si Street, principal 



Bank. 

National (Sub-office to Mallow) cpen on 
Thursdays and fair day? 

Justices of the Peace, etc. 

Creagh Capl. Kilner A. Brazie, Gea&'i 

castle 

Evans Nicholas, Newlown 
Longfield Henry, Main street 
Morrogh James, Oldcourt 

Doneraile Viscount, 1703, and Baron Done- 
raile, 1776 (Irld.) Hayes St. Leger, 41(1 
Viscount ; elected a Representative Peei 
of Ireland, 1855; a D.L. for co. Cork 
[only child of Hayes, 3rd Viscount, and 
Lady Charlotte Esther Bernard, second 
dau. of 1st Earl of Bandon] ; b. I Oct., 
1818; s. his father, 27 Mar., 1854 * >//. 
20 Aug., 1851, Mary Anne Grace Louisa, 
dau. of the late George Lennox Conyng- 
ham, esq., of the Foreign Office. Issue 
surviving : 

Hon. Ursula Clare Emily, m. 1874 
Hon. B. E. B. Fitzpatrick 
Cousin and Heir -presumptive. 

Rev. Richard Arthur St. Leger, Vicar of 
Otterfield, Somerset. 

RES. Doneraile Court, Doneraile, county 
Cork ; 33, Grosvenor street, VV. ; Carl- 
ton Club, S .W. 

Gentry, Clergry, etc. 
Campion Charles, Dromaeer 
Carver Rev J, R.C.C, Main street 
Cogan Rev J, R.C.C, Main street 
Croker Capt. Charles, Cnrker 
Crone Robert, Byblox 
Dilworth Very ReV 1 >.>- :C j t CAatt, P.p, Main 
Street 



DONER.UT.E. 



Dudley John, Main street, under agent 
Evans John, YVestropp Carker house 
Hiil James Laurence, Graigue 
Murphy Edmond Kavanagh, Stream hill 
Nicholson Rev A. Jackson, The Glebe, 

rector Doneraile 
Norcott Arthur, Park 
O'Malley Br. D. B, Sup. Christian Brothers 

schools 

Stawell George, Crobeg 
Stawell William, Kilbrack 
White Major Hans, Kiiburn 

Medical Practitioners. 
Riordan Robert, med and sanitary officer 
Bolton Robert Colhs, L.A, and Registrar 
Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Bakers. 

Collins David, Main street 
Egan Bridget, Main street 
Heafy Michael, Main street 
Heafy Catherine, Main street 
Murphy Thomas, Main street 

Blacksmiths. 
Roche Richard, M ill view 
Sullivan Michael, Mallow lane 

Boot and Shoe Maker. 
Murphy James, But levant lane 
Murphy Thomas, Main street 

Drapers. 

Murphy James, Main street 

Nugent Michael, Arcade, Main street 

Regan Patrick, Main street 

Grocers. 

Bulger Edward. Mam street 
Clear Maurice, Main street 
Fitzgerald Mary, Main street 
Folcy Mary, .Main street 
Haycroft James, Main street 
Heafy Michael, Main street 
Holy Timothy, Mam street 
Lane Richard, Main street 
Leary Thomas, Main street 
McGregor Robert, Main street 
Morrissy William, Main street 
Murphy Thomas, Main street 
Murphy William, Main street 
Neligan Kate, Main street 
Regan Patrick, Main street 
Whilesidc Elix.a, Main street 

Haberdasher. 

Nugent Mary. Main street 

Harness Makers. 
Dobbyn Edmond, Main street 
Moran Daniel, Mallow lane 

Hotel Keepers. 
Foley Joseph, Main street 
McCarthy Patrick, Imperial, Main street 
Twomey Denis, Main street 

Millers. 

Carroll Michael, Park 
btawel! George, Crobeg 



Tailors. 

Pratt Thomas, Main street 
Quilty John, Main street 
Roche John, Main street 

Traders, Shopkeepers, etc. 
Egan Bridget, shopkeeper, Main street 
Holy Timothy, chinaware mercht, Main st. 
Lane Richard, seed merchant, Main street 
Madigan Thomas, leather merchant, Main 

street 

Murphy Thomas, leather mercht, Main st. 
Neligan Kate, hardware and seed merchant, 

Main street 

Regan Patrick, hardware mercht, Main st. 
Regan William, shopkeeper, Main street 
Roche Honora, leather merchant, Main st. 

Victuallers. 
Wall James, Main street 
Wall Thomas, Main street 
Walsh Joseph, Main street 
Walsh Stephen, Main street 

Vintners. 

Barry William, Main street 
Blake William, Main street 
Bulger Edward, Main street 
Carty Bartholomew, Main street 
Carver William, Main street 
Clear Maurice, Main street 
Collins David, Main street 
Connell Bryan, Buttevant lane 
Finton Patrick, Main street 
Foley Mary, Main street 
Heafy Catherine, Main street 
Heafy Michael, Main street 
Lellis Richard, Main street 
Murphy William, Main street 
Neligan Kate, Main street 
O' Regan Patrick, Main street 
Regan John, Main street 
Shea Denis, Main street 
Whitcside Eliza, Main street 

Principal Landholders. 
Atkins George, Rossagh west 
Barrett Patrick, Ballinree 
Barry James, Ballyellis 
Bolster Joseph, Rossaghroe 
Bolster Richard, Skehanaghmore 
Buckley Cornelius, Kilcolman east 
Buckley Jeremiah, Ballydineen 
Buckley Patrick, Inchnagree 
Callaghan David Joseph, Ballyandrew 
Casey William, Ballyshane 
Connor Edmond, Carker 
Connor Edmond, Dromdee: 
Connors Denis, Inchakevin 
Cotter Richard, Caherduggan south 
Croker Charles, Carker 
Culligan John, Sycamore 
Daly Ambrose, Laarne 
Duane John, Richardstown 
Duane Michael, Ballintlea 
Ellis Michael, Croaghnacree 
Finn David, Banefune 
Flaherty Jeremiah, Cooldurragha 
Flaherty Jeremiah, Louglicagls 



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DONERAILE DONOUGHMORE. 



Fox Patrick, Ballyshane 
Gallagher Thomas, Rossagh 
Garvin John, Kilcolman 
Graham George, Castlesaffron 
Healy William, Cahirmee 
Hennessy William, Ballybrack 
Kelleher John, Ballymague 
Lellis John, Kilconnor 
Linehan Daniel, Curraghanaltig 
Madden Maurice, Caherduggan 
McCarthy William, Newtown 
Mahony John, Kilcolman 
Moakley Denis, Clenor north 
Morrissy Alexander, Comahinch , 
Morrissy John, Castlepook 
Morrissy John Alexander, Lag 
Morrissy Michael, Inchinagree 
Morrissy Roger, Ballintlea south 
Morrissy Thomas, Lag 
Morrissy Thomas, jun, Lag 
Murphy Thomas, Caherduggan 



Neenan Andrew. Caherduggan 
Jieenan Cornelius, Ballybrack 
KeljgdP John, Castlepook 
O'Brien Daniel, Ballyshane 
O'Brien Michael, Curraghakerry 
O'Callaghan William, Dromdeer 
O'Sullivan Bartholomew, Clogheen 
Parrott Thomas, Ballymague 
Pine Patrick, Ballydineen 
Regan Miles, Kilcolman 
Regan Thomas, Kilcolman 
Reilly James, Clenor north 
Roche Maurice, Caherduggan 
Russell Michael, Cornahinch 
Ryan James, Croaghnacree 
Scanlan Patrick, Caherduggan north 
Sheehan William, Richardstown 
Sullivan John, Skahanaghmore 
Sullivan John, Skaghardgannon 
Tobin Patrick, Castlesaffron 



DONOUGHMORE. 

Sub post-office, 15 miles from Cork (head office). Donoughmore lies Smiles to the 
north-east of Coachford, and bounds a mountainous tract, called by Smith " the Boggra." 
The tract, although it stands high, is flat, and surrounded by higher grounds almost on 
every side. In winter it is for the most part marshy ; in summer it is grazed by vast herds 
of cattle. Several considerable rivers, besides an infinite number of brooks, have their 
rise in this district, the most considerable of which are the Blarney, Rathcoola, Shournagh, 
the Dripsey, tributaries of the Lee ; and the Clyda, Lyre, and Bantyre, tributaries of the 
Blackwater. The patron saint of Donoughmore was named St. Lachteen. As described 
in topographical notice of Coachford, cromleachs, pillar^stones, etc., are to be found in tlus 
neighbourhood, many of them inscribed with the Ogham character. 



Fairs 18 May, 21 Nov. 
Postmaster Patrick Regan 

Official. 

Parish Donaghmore (p. 64) 
Poor Law Unions Cork and Macroom 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Macroom Union, Dr. Richard Barrett 

Cork ,, Dr. R. C. Madras 

Petty Sessions District Ahadallane, every 

2nd Friday ; clerk, James Lynch 
Quarter Sessions District Cork 
President Magistrate Thomas Dennehy, 

Midleton 

Sub-Inspector Constabulary J. Mullarkey 
Constable Michael Bohana 

Justice of the Peace. 

Lynch Charles, Kilcullen 

Clergy. 

Lane Rev. M, P.P. 
O'Connor Rev. M, C.C. 
Quarry Rev. J, D.D, preb, rector 
Twohig Rev. J, c.c. 

Shopkeepers, Traders, etc: 
Casey Mrs, Famaght, vinuier 
Foley John, miller 
Lane Maurice, Pluckanes, blacksmith 
M'Carthy Owen, vintner, etc 
Miller Henry, grocer and flour dealer 
Murphy Daniel, Ahadallane, vintner 
O'Connor Philip, vintner, etc 



Sexton John, Ballyvodane, vintner 
Sullivan Owen, vintner, etc 

Principal Landholders, 
Ahern Andrew, Firmount 
Ahern Andrew, Pluckanes 
Ahern William, Kilcullen 
Barrett Thomas, Derry 
Buckley Cornelius, Kilcullen 
Buckley Denis, jun, Rathcoola 
Buckley Jeremiah, Pluckanes 
Buckley Richael, Ahadallane 
Callaghan Denis, Coolmona 
Callaghan Richael, Knockane 
Coakley Jeremiah, Pluckanes 
Cogan James, Ballygurriha 
Cogan John, Bunkilla 
Cogan Patrick, Monataggart 
Connell Andrew, Kilmartin 
Connell Mrs, Kilmartin 
Crean Timothy, Ballycunningham 
Daly Charles, Lackabawn 
Darlington Job, Pluckanes north 
Deloury Denis, Ballycraheen 
Donovan Thomas, Pluckar.es 
Donovan Timothy, Pluckanes 
Flynn Michael, Derry 
Flynn Michael, Killalough 
Golden Thomas, Gurraun 
Greene Henry, Gurraunredmond 
Haly Denis, Ra.hcoola 
Harden Denis, Rathcoola 
Hanlon Jeremiah, Flugkunes 



DONOUGHMORE DOUGLAS. 



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Healy Maurice, Curragh 
Healy Thomas, Pluckanes 
Hennessy Daniel. Ballykerwick 
Honohan James, Barrahauriu 
Honohan William, Derry 
Horgan Andrew, Pluckanes 
Kiely Denis, Monavanshere 
Linehan Denis, Coolmona 
M'Carthy Daniel, Fornaght 
M'Carthy Jeremiah, Firmount 
M 'Carthy John, Ballyhennessy 
M 'Carthy John, Barahaurin 
M'Carthy Owen, Coolmona 
M'Carthy Owen, Garraunredmond 
M'Carthy Owen, Pluckanes 
MiUerd Frederick, Pluckanes 
Millerd Mrs, Pluckanes 
Mulcahy Richard, Kiimartin 
Murphy Bartholomew, Gowlane 
Murphy Daniel, Rathcoola 
Murphy Denis, Derry 
Murphy John T, Curragh 



Murphy Patrick, Barrahaurin 

Nunan John, Knockanare 

Punch David, Gurraun 

Regan Thomas, Fornaght 

Kiordan John, Killeenleigli 

Riordan Patrick, Ahadallane 

Ruby Edward, Curragh 

Ruby Mary, Knockane 

Ruby Townsend, Curragh 

Sexton John, jun, Gowlauc south 

Sexton Michael, Garraunredmond 

Sexton William, Govvlaiic 

Shea Michael, Kilmartiu 

Stawell Jonas, Gurraun 

Sullivan Eugene, Kilcullen 

Sullivan Patrick, Scarteen 

Twohig David, Ballykerwick 

Twohig James, Killeenleigh 

Twohig Joseph, Monataggart 

Twomey James (John), Barrahaurin 

Twomey Timothy (Daniel), Bauahaurin 

Walsh Edmond, Firmount 



DOUGLAS. 



For Douglas Roads, see Suburban Directory, City of Cork. 

Suburban post and money-order office, 2 miles south-east of Cork. There is a large 
flax mill at Douglas, worked by Messrs. Wallis and Pollock, employing 750 persons, with 
houses and gardens for the employees. As early as 1 726, there was one of the largest sail 
cloth factories in the kingdom here, having 100 looms at work, and giving employment 
to about 800 persons in the different departments. The old church of Douglas has lately 
been taken down, and a much improved structure raised in its stead. The churchyard, 
which already contains some costly monuments, is now regarded, and availed of, as one 
of the principal cemeteries in the suburbs. There are many good seats in this neighbour- 
hood, as Grange, Maryborough, Donnybrook, etc. 



Postal. 

Mails despatched at 9 o p.m. 
Mail car (see Carrigaline) 
Postmaster Michael Byrne 

Official. 

Parishes Carrigaline and Douglas (p. 55), 

Kilanully (p. 79) 
Poor Law Union Cork 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr W. Crofts 
Petty Sessions District Douglas, every and 

Thursday: clerk, Dominick P. Sarsfield 
Quarter Sessions District Cork 
Sub-Inspector John Harcourt 
Constable William Gardiner 

Justices of the Peace. 

Conron Hatton Konayne, Grange 
Ducrot Peter A. J, Windsor 
Newenham Edward Eyre, Maryborough 
Pollock James Wheeler, Mount Grange 
Webb Captain J. McDonnell, The Hill 

Gentry, Clergy, etc. 

Hayman Rev Samuel, Grange Erin, rector 

Jones Thomas, Donnybrook 

Kelly Thomas, Mount Emla 

Murray Rev T, C.C. 

Moran Francis J, Atkinville 

Richard George, Moneys (Moneygurney) 

Robinson William P, Grange 

Swan Nathaniel, Rose hill 



Schools. 
National Pupils, 122 boys and 163 girls; 

teachers, Michael Byrne and Maryanne 

Hogan 
Church Education Pupils, 45 ; teacher, 

Matthew Stewart 

Flax Mills. 

Wallis & Pollock, Messrs. 

City Merchants, etc. 
Clifton Robert, Grange, timber merchant 
Clifton William A, Grange, timber mer. 
Haynes Henry, Grange, wine & spirit mer. 
Moynihan Timothy H, Grange, merchant 
Reardon Patrick J, Grange, butter mercht. 
Stoker Daniel S, Douglas house, merchant 
Wade Charles, Douglas, accountant 

Principal Landholders. 
Barry Michael, Moneys (Moneygurney) 
Barry Patrick, Ballyorban 
Browne Andrew, Ballinvuskig 
Buckley John, Castletreasure 
Cadigan James, Ballinimlagh 
Carey Timothy, Ballinvuskig 
Connor Francis, Ballinvuskig 
Fuller Edward, Castletreasure 
Horgan Daniel, Brodale 
Hennessy Daniel, Willsfort 
Kelleher Daniel, Grange 
Lane Denis, Inchisarsfield 
Lavallen John, Ballyorban 



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Leahy Daniel, Moneys (Voneygurney) 
Mahony John, Douglas 
Mulcahy Thomas, Douglas 
Murphy Richard B, Ba'llyorban 
Neill Owen, Hallinrea 



DOUGLAS DimiOI.E AGUE. 



O'Brien John, Broomfield 
O'Sullivan Patrick, Cast ^treasure 
Patterson Thomas, BaUinrea 
Rice George, Rathnacullig 
Sullivan James, Castletreasure 



DRIMOLEAGUE- (or DROMDALEAGUE). 

Sub post and telegraph office : a mountainous district, 48 miles from Cork, 27 from 
Bandon (head office), 9 west of Dumanway, and 10 north-east of Skibbereen This 
portion of the county, anciently called Clancahill, belonged to the O'Donovans whose 
principal seat-Castle-Donovan now in ruins, lies among the mountains, 2 miles north 
rf the village of Dromdaleague. The river Hen, navigable to Skibbeieen, has its rise in 
the mountains near Castle-Donovan. 



Postal. 

Mails arr. from Bandon at 7 30 a.m. 

,, despatched at 5 45 p.m. 
Postmaster William Kenny. 

Official. 
Parishes Dromdaleague (p. 66), Drinagh 

(p. 65), Caheragh (p. 54) 
Poor Law Union Skibbereen 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr Daniel Donovan 
Petty Sessions District Dromdaleague, 

every 2nd Monday; clerk, William Kenny 
Quarter Sessions District Bantry 
Resident AJ agistrate Charles O'Connell 
Sub -Inspector of Constabulary James 

O'Donel 
Constable James Callaghan 

Clergy. 

O'Grady Rev William W, rector 
O'Keeffe Rev C, P.P., Drimoleague and 

Drinagh 

O'Neill Rev P, c.c. Caheragh 
Wall Rev J, P.p. Caheragh 



Principal Landholders. 
Baker Richard, Rearahinagh 
Beamish Richard M, Lahanaght 
Copithorne liichard, Aghaville 
Daly John, Derrynagree cast 
Driscoll Daniel, Derryclogh lower 
Driscoll Humphrey, Kilmore 
Driscoll John, Gurrane 
Keane Timothy, Bawnbue 
Kingston Daniel, Kealanine 
Kingston John, Kealanine 
Kingston John, Knockeenbue lower 
Kingston John, Skahanagh 
Kingston Paul, Inchingerig 
Kingston Paul, Knockeenbwee upper 
Kingston Samuel, Carrigbaun 
Kingston Saml. Fox, Knockeenbwee upper 
Kingston Samuel, Bawnahow 
Kingston Samuel, Carrigbaun 
McCarthy Daniel, Driminidy 
McCarthy Daniel, Drornasta 
McCarthy Jeremiah, Minanes 
Neill John, Butlergift 
Ronayne Patrick, Hawthorn cottage 
Sullivan Michael, Derrynagree west 



DRIPSEY. 

Sub post office, \2\ miles from Cork and 2 from Coachford. Near Dripsey the waters 
of the important tributary of that name commingle with those of the Lee. The Dripsey 
rises out of the Boggra mountains, on the borders of Muskery, and, after being joined by 
the Rylane, runs through the west end of the parish of Donoughmore. On this river 
stands the Dripsey paper mills, the property of Alfred Greer, J.P., and the ruins of the 
castle of Carrig-na-muck, belonging to the Mac Carthys. Two miles east of Dripsey are 
the ruins of the abbey of Innisluinga, erected by St. Senan, of Scattery ; and one mile 
further east are the remains of a castle, called Castle-Inch, which gave the title of baron to 
Justin, Lord Viscount Mountcashei. 



Postmaster John Byrns, Dripsey cross 

Official. 

Parish Inishcarra (p. 72) 

Poor Law Unions Cork and Macroom 

Registrars Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

(Cork) Dr. R. C. Madras, Matehy; (Ma- 

croom) Dr. Richard Barrett, Clonmoyle 
Petty Sessions District Coachford, every 

2nd Monday ; clerk, Edward Carey 
Quarter Sessions District Cork 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy, 

Midleton 

Sub-Inspector Constabulary J. Mullarky 
Constable William Stretton 



Justices of the Peace. 

Godfrey Thomas, M. D, Broomhill 
Greer Alfred, Dripsey house 

Gentry and Clergy. 
Colthurst Joseph, C.E., Dripsey castle 
Cross Philip, Shandy hall 
Fitzgibbon Cross H, Innisluinga abbey 
Greer Alfred, jun, Dripsey house ^ 

Sisk llev. James, R.c.C, Callas 

Medical Practitioner. 
Madras Robert Conner, disp.med. officer 

Shopkeepers, Traders, etc. 
Collins Cornelius, Gortatray, blacksmith 
McDonnell Hugh, Agharinagh, blacksmith 



DRIPS EY DROMAGH. 



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Williams John, Dripsey cross grocer 
Barry Richard, Agharinagh vintner 
Connor James, Dripsey cross, vintner 
C-iilTm Denis, Dripsey cross, vintner 
Mahony Jolm, Dripsey cross, vintner 
Keen Patrick, Berrings. vintner 
Spence Mrs, Kilmurry, vintner 

Principal Landholders. 

15yins Denis, Magooly 

L'allaghan Bartholomew. Lisnashandrum 

CalUghan Daniel, llullyshoneen 

CalJayhan Denis, Calias 

Callayhan Ellen, Ballyshoneen 

Cailighun Eugene, Ballyshoneen 

Callaghan Michael. Carhoo 

Colernan Owen, Ballyshoneen 

Council Timothy, Lisladeen 

Connor Jeremiah, Agharinagh 

Connois John, KilblafTer 

Hennessy Timothy, Kilblaffer 

Heriihy Jeremiah, Calias 

llerhhy John, Carhoo 



Her'ihy Timothy, Lisladeen 
Lane John, Berrings 
McCarthy, Owen, Calias 
Mahony Cain, Dromgownagh 
Mahony James Patrick, Berrings 
Mahony John, Dripsey cross 
Mullane Patrick, Berrings 
Murphy Cornelius, Agharinagh 
Murphy Edward, Agharinagh 
Murphy John, Lisladeen 
Murphy John Mrs, Berrings 
Murphy Michael, Eism.ihane 
Ratten Thomas, Knockane 
Ryan Johanna, Bally macoo 
Ryan John, Dripsey cross 
Ryan William, Agharinagh 
Ryan William, Ballymacoo 
Sullivan John, Lisladeen 
Sullivan Patrick, Berrings 
Sullivan Patrick, Lisnashandrum 
Twomey John Kilbiaffer 
Walsh John, Ragrellah 



DROMAGH. 

Sub post-office, 36 miles from Cork, 3 from Kanturk railway station, 4 south-west of 
the town of Kanturk, and 5 north-east of Millstreet. The district of which Dromagh is 
(he post town, lies for the most part on the north side of the Blackwater, in the midst ot an 
agricultural and coal or culm district. The Mining L ompany of Ireland work an extensive 
colliery near the village of Dromagh. The fairs are generally well stocked, and well 
attended. The only place of antiquarian interest here is Dromagh castle, formerly a 
stronghold of the O'Keeffes : the large courtyard still remains, and is flanked by four 
strong towers. Lord Muskery marched out of this castle in 1652, to encounter Lord 
Broghill, at the famous battle of Knocknaclashy. The site of the battle is about half-a- 
mile from Banteer bridge, which crosses the Blackwater near Clonmeen. This engage- 
ment was the last of importance in this country during the civil war, and was immediately 
followed by the surrender of Limerick. 



Fairs. 

Feb. 19, May 20, Aug. 20, Nov. 20; pig 
market on previous days 

Postal. 

Arrival of mails, 6 15 a.m ; departure 7 15 

p.m. 
Postmaster Eugene O'Connor. 

Official. 

Parish Dromtarriff (p. 66) 
Poor Law Union- Kanturk 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. J. O'Sullivan, Boherbue 
Petty Sessions District Kanturk 
Quarter Sessions District -Kanturk 
Resident Magistrate Capt. R. C. Coote 
Sub-InspectorOonstabulary EdwO'Rielly 
Constable Rathcool Barracks Ml. Quinn 

Justices of the Peace. 

Crawford John, Castlepark 

Leader Benjamin, Stakehill 

Leader Nicholas Philpot (was M.P. for co. 

Cork 1 86 1 -68), Dromagh castle, and 

Carleton club, London, s.w. 

Gentry and Clergy. 

Leader J, M.I>, Keait: 
Leader William N, Rosnalee 
Leonard P.cv. Samuel 15, A.M, rector 



Quylter Thomas, c.c. 
Twomy Rev. John, P.P. 

Principal Landholders. 

Barrett Andrew, Ducleagh 

Barrett Margaret, Rossglass 

Bolster John, Ducleagh 

Buckley Daniel, Scagh 

Burton John F, Minehill 

Callaghan Jeremiah, Drominagh 

Cunningham Michael. Dernagree 

Daly Charles, Coolclogh 

Daly I). C, Fairy hill 

Daly Timothy, Dromahoe 

Fitzpatrick John, Island-dahill 

Fitzpatrick J, Dromahoe 

Han Ion Patrick, Dysert 

Healy Edmond, Lisnacon 

Kelly James, Dromskehy 

Leary Daniel, Drominagh 

Linehan Jeremiah, Drominagh 

M'Carthy Jeremiah, Drominagh 

M 'Sweeny Denis, Drominagh 

M 'Sweeny Denis, Drominagh 

Moloney Maurice J, The Island 

Murley Timothy, Coolclogh 

Murphy Daniel (Reps, ot), Clonbannin 

Murphy Matthew, Coolclogh 

Murphy Patrick, Dromskehy 



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DROMAGH-DUNGOURNEY-DUNKETTLE. 



O'Callaghan Denis, Clonbannin 
O'Keeffe Benjamin, Keeletra 
O'Keeffe Thomas, Keeletra 
Pigott John, Minehill 
Pigott John, Gurrane 
Quinlan William, Island-dahill 



Reen Timothy, Coolcloher 
Riordah James, Drominagh 
Riordan John, Clonbannin 
Smith George, Ardrahan 
Twomey Timothy, Island-dahill 



DUNGOURNEY AND CLONMULT. 

Post Town Midleton. 

This district is delivered by rural messenger, who starts from Midleton (head office} at 
6 a.m., and returns at 6 p.m. everyday (Sunday excepted). Dungourney is 18 miles from 
Cork and 5 north-east of Midleton; Clonmult is 20 miles from Cork and 7 from Midleton. 
In the parish of Dungourney is an ancient Irish rath, and on a rock near the church are 
the remains of a castle of the Barrys, a branch of the Barrymores, which possessed the 
Dungourney property from 1315 to 1700. 



Official. 
Parishes Dungourney (p. 67) ; Clonmult 

(p. 60) 

Poor Law Union Midleton 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. William Buckmaster 
Petty Sessions District Castlemartyr, every 

2nd Monday ; clerk, William Weakliam 
Quarter Sessions District Midleton 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary H. B. Bulter 

Clergy and Gentry. 
Barry Rev John, R.C.C, Dungourney 
Fitzgerald Edmond (Master Clonmult Har- 
riers) Clonmult 

Lynch Thomas Power, Clonmult 
Ronayne John, Donickmore 
Wilson Rev William, rector Dungourney 

Principal Landholders. 
Ahern Edmond, Ballydonamore 
Ahern John, Ballydonamore 
Ahern Patrick, Ballyknock 
Ahern Patrick, Castlequarter 
Barry Patrick, Sheepwalk 
Beun Henry, Clonmult 
Brien Michael, Ballymartin 
Brien Patrick, Glenbeg 
Brien Thomas, Sandyhill 
Colbert James, Dungourney 
Colbert William, Rathcanning 
Cronin James, Rathorgan 
Cronin Mrs, Ballyard, Clonmult 
Cronin Michael J, Corbally, Clonmult 
Daly Laurence, Sheepwalk 



Daly Michael, Ballymartin 
Daly Michael, Knockanekirka 
Daly Patrick, Gurteen 
Daly Patrick, Rathfootera 
Daly William, Knockanekirka 
Desmond William, Ballynona 
Dinneen Maurice, Garrylaurence 
Donovan Michael, Couragh 
Donovan Timothy, Ballymartin 
Dooly Daniel, Ballyard 
Dooly John, Ballyard 
Fitzgerald Edmond, Ballydonamore 
Fitzgerald Michael, Ballydonabeg 
Foley John, Ballyard 
Griffin William, Cottstown 
Hartnett Michael Rathfodtera 
Keeffe Daniel, Garrylaurence 
Kelleher Patrick, Sheepwalk 
Kelleher Timothy, Clonmult 
Lechy Daniel, Barrawdaw 
Mahony Daniel, Dungourney 
Mulcahy James, Gurteen 
Murphy James, Ballyeightragh 
Murphy Patrick, Ballyeightragh 
Muryhy Thomas, Condonstown 
Quirk Michael, Ballymartin 
Quirk Patrick, Castlequarter 
Quirk William, Donickmore 
Rohan Daniel, Dungourney 
Rohan Jeremiah, Ballynagaul 
Rohan Michael, Ballynagaul 
Smithwick John, Ballyeightra 
Smithwick Michael, Dungourney 
Walsh John, Garry aurence 
Walsh Thomas, Bawnadowne 



DUNKETTLE. 

For Lota, Lotabeg, and Lotamore, see Suburban Direr ory, City of Cork. 

Sub post-office, in the north-east suburbs of Cork, 3 miles from the city, and one 
from the village of Glanmire. Trains call at Dunkettle station (G. S. & W. Ry Cork, 
Youghal, and Queenstown section) every hour fares, single, 6d., 4d., 3d., return, 8d., 
6d., 5d. This district is situate on the north banks of the river Lee, at the western ex- 
tremity of the Little Island, and is divided from the suburbs of Lota by the small but 
graceful -river of Glanmire, which discharges itself into the Lee at Dunkettle : it consists 
for the most part of handsome detached mansions, with grounds sloping down to the 
water's edge, and affording a fine panoramic prospect of a great part of Cork harbour and 
the river. The picturesque Mathew Tower, which forms so striking an object from its 
lofty site on the. Glanmire hills, about a mile from the railway station, "was erected by the 



DUNKETTLE-DU.XMANWAY. 3?9 

late Mr. William O'Connor, merchant tailor, of Cork, to perpetuate Father Theobald 
Mathew's fame, and as commemorative of the kindly reception he met with from all 
classes of society in London. The foundation stone was laid October 30, 1843. 



Postal, etc. 

Mails despatched from Cork for Dunkettle 

at 2 o p. m. and I 30 a in. 
Post and Station master Mr O'Grady 

Official. 

Parish Caherlag (p. 55) 
Poor Law Union Cork 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Dr. Denis R O'Flynn 



Justice of the Peace. 
Morris Richard Edward, Loghiare 

Gentry. 

Barry Mrs Smith, North Esk 
Byrne John, General Superintendent Cork 

Butter Exchange, North Esk 
Cross Captain, Mathew tower 
Forrester John W, Factoiy hill 



Petty Sessions District Riverstown, every I Gardiner James, North Esk 

second Tuesday ; clerk, J. Kennedy Griffith Richard, M.D. Millicent 

Quarter Sessions District Cork i Gubbins Thomas, Dunkeitle 

Resident Magistrates J. S. Macleod and j Haynes The Misses, North Esk 



W. R. Starkie 
Sub- Inspector of Constabulary Bernard 

Potter 
Constable (at Glanmire) W. J. M'Lane 



McCarthy Daniel, Prospect 
Morris Jonas, Dunkettle 
Oliver Silver Charles, Inch era 



DUNMANWAY. 

! Sub post, money order, and telegraph office, 36 miles from Cork,- and 17 west of Bandon 
(head office). Dunmanway is the terminus of the West Cork Railway, running from 
Bandon : it consists of one street of a jout half a mile in length. There are Protestant, 
Catholic, and Wesleyan places of worship, court-house, bank, etc., in the town ; and the 
Commissioners of National Education have established a model school here. This town 
is intimately associated with the name of Sir Richard Cox, the Irish lord chancellor in the 
reign of Queen Anne. He established an English colony here, made new roads, erected a 
handsome stone bridge over the Bandon river, and removed the parish church of Fan- 
lobbus into his new town : he also established the manufacture of linen, diapers, fustains, 
and girthwebs ; to encourage which he give a house rent-free to the man who, through the 
year, had made the best and greatest quantity of linen. Sir Richard died in 1733, at the 
advanced age of eighty-three. Although the first Sir Richard did much for the introduc- 
tion and prosperity of the linen trade, 'yet it did not attain the same strength and dimen- 
sions in his time as it did in that of his grandson and successor ; for in twenty years after 
his death the houses in the town had more than doubled, and the flax and woollen wheels 
had increased from 138 to 254. The present church of Fanlobbus was erected in 1821, 
at a cost of;i,ooo, on the site of the old church erected by Sir Richard Cox. The castle 
of Dunmanway, built by Catherine Fitzgerald, daughter of Thomas, Earl of I Jesmond, 
stood at the western end of the town, now called Castle road. The whole of this famous 
eld fortalice was a few years ago completely destroyed, to furnish building material for the 
erection of a flour mill in the vicinity. On the suppression of the Desmond rebellion, 
Queen Elizabeth granted "the town, castle, and lands of Downemoenwye" to Tiege 
McDermod Downy, and heirs male. The estates of the McCarthy-Downys who sided 
energetically with the royalist party on the breaking out of the civil war were forfeited 
by Cromwell. Togher castle, four miles north-west of Dumanway, was another seat of the 
McCarthy-Downys (or O'Downys) ; it is a large imposing edifice about eighty feet in 
height and sixty in breadth, built on the northern side of the Bandon river. Ballynacar- 
riga castle, about four miles south-east of Dunmanway, was built in 1 585 by Randal Oge 
Hurley. The castle is a strong square tower, nearly one hundred feet high, and stands 
on the crest of a bold bare rock which rises upwards of forty feet above the waters of an 
adjoining lake. A short distance from the town, at a place called Dromdrasdil, Dr. Smith 
found a light chalybeate spring. There is a slate quarry in the parish of Drinagh. A few 
miles to the north of Dunmanway, towards Inchigeela, is a new parish church, dedicated to 
St. Edmund ; it consists of a nave fifty-four feet long by twenty-eight feet broad, a chancel, 
and a spire ninety feet high. It is built on a little rocky eminence, and in the centre of a 
valley which lies within the arms of those solitary Alps the Shehy mountains. 

S'tmmary of Census 1871. Town of Dunmanway. 



Area in stat. acres 83 

Houses 4^3 

Families 4-52 



Under 12 year old 581 

12 and under 20 361 

20 and under 40 495 



Methodists 51 

Read and Write 940 

Read oiily 139 



Persons 2046 | 40 and upwards 6cy Illiterate 907 

Males iooS Roman Catholics i~ 

Females 1038 ; Prot. Episcopalians ...245 



DUWMANWAV, 



Fairs. 

Last Thursday of each month in the year, 
except May ; May 4, ist Tues after July 
12, Sept 17, Nov 26. 

Market Days Every Tuesday 
Toll Collector Sullivan Patrick 

Postal. 

Postmaster John Wagner 
Mails despatched at 9 15 a.m. and 7 15 

p.m., per W. Cork Ry, and 6 20 a.m. 

per mail car 

Stamp Distributors. 

John Atkins 

John Wagner (also Distributor of fishing 
licenses) 

Conveyances. 

To Bantry, mail car at 6 20 a.m. and 5 20 
p.m, arr. at 9 20 a.m. and 8 35 p.m. 

Also car at 5 45 p.m, arr. at 9 p.m. 
Skibbereen, coach at 5 30 p.m, and mail 

car at 5 20 p.m, arr. at 8 45 p.m. 

and 8 5 p.m. 

West Cork Railway. 

Manager John Johnson 
Station Master David O'Brien 

Dep. to Bandon and Cork 9 15 a.m, 3 

p.m, 7 p.m. ; Sun. 7 50 a.m. 
Arr. from Bandon and Cork n 30 a.m., 

5 30 p.m, 9 30 p.m. ; Sun. I a.m. 
Fares from Cork single 7/6, 5/9, 3/6 ; 

return nf, g/, 5/11 

Official. 

Parishes Ballymoney (p. 52), Drinagh (p. 

65), Fanlobbus (p. 68), Inchigeela (p. 71) 

Kilmeen (p. 81), Kilmocomoge (p. 82) 
Poor Law Union Dunmanway 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Stephen Holmes, M.D. 
Petty Sessions District Dunmanway, every 

second Monday ; clerk, James G. Atkins 
Resident Magistrate George R. Cronin 
Quarter Sessions District Bandon 
Income-tax Collector Thomas Fuller 
Relieving Officers Jeremiah Collins, Kil- 

barry, and Denis Leary, Coolmountain 
Poor Rate Collector T. Coakley 

Dunmanway Union. 
The Board of Guardians meet every Tues- 
day. For list of ex-officio and elected 
Guardians, Officers, etc., see end of 
Directory. 

Royal Irish Constabulary. 

Dunmanway district includes 6 stations 
Dunmanway, Ballineen, Ballygurteen, Dri- 
nagh, Drimoleague, and Kinneigh 
Sub- Inspector of Constabulary James S. 

O'Donel 

Head Constable William Follis 
Constable Dunmanway Robt Williamson 

Ballygurteen Henry M'Evcr 

Drinagh John Pyne 



Places of Worship. 

Fanlobbus Piot. Epis. Rev. Geo Deacon, 
rector 

S. Edmund's Rev. Edw. R. Emerson, elk 

Fanlobbus parish R.C. churches Dunman- 
way, Ballyacarriga, and Togher ; clergy 
Rev Canon Francis L. Casey, P.P.; Revs 
Denis Forrest and Cors. O'Sullivan, c.C. 

Wesleyan Rev J Oliver Parks, minister 

National Schools. 

Dunmanway Model pupils, 160 boys and 

160 girls, infants 90; Edward Reynolds 

and Mrs. Crowley 

Dunmanway pupils 272 ; Miss Donovan 
Dunmanway Protestant pupils 58 ; Geo. 

McGahy 

Aghakeera pupils 120 ; John Buckley 
Ballynacarriga pupils, 130 boys, 140 girls; 

Daniel O'Connor and Miss Young 
Behagh pupils 133 ; Denis McCarthy 
Connogh pupils 115 ; Daniel Sheehan 
Coolmountain pupils 134 ; Danl O'Leary 
Derrinacahara pupils 200 ; Tim Buckley 
Inch -pupils 45 ; William Cotter 
Kilnadur pupil 136 . 
Lisbealad pupils 126; Eugene M'Carthy 
Togher pupils 134 ; Mrs. Nyhan 

Justices of the Peace. 

Bryan John Hamilton, Prospect hill 
Norwood William, Ballyhalwick 
Shuldham Major Edmond Anderson, M.A. 
(Oxon.), South Cork Militia, Coolkelure, 
Dunmanway, and University Club, Lon- 
don, s.w. : served as High Sheriff of co, 
Cork 
Shuldham Leopold, Dunmanw&y 

Gentry, Clergy, etc. 

Bryan Hamilton, Mahony house 
Bryan Joseph, assist, co. surveyor 
Casey Rev Francis L. Canon, P.P. 
Deacon Rev George, rector Fanlobbus 
Emerson Rev Edward R, rector St. Ed- 
mund's 



Rev 



GillrnarTBennett Watkins, Oakmount 

Hamilton, John Dunmanway 

Meacle Adam Newman, Riverview, Baronial 

High Constable W.D.E. Carbery 
Norwood William, Ballyhalwick 
O Sullivan Rev Cornelius, C.C. 
Parks Rev J Oliver, Wesleyan 
Seymour M. S, A.B, Inspector c National 

schools 
Townsend Samuel, Ardmartin 

Medical Practitioners. 

Holmes Stephen, M.D, disp. med. offia 
Young John R, M.D, workhouse med ofi. 

Solicitor. 

Fitzmattrice Francis. 
Commissioner for taking Affidavit! in Ch 

eery and the Superior Courts. 
John Wagner 

Branch Bank. 
Mitnstei John S. Mason, manager 



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Hotel Keepers. 

Bryan Joseph Wagner Richard 

Wallace Joseph 

Merchants, Traders, Shopkeepers, 
etc. 

Atkins John, tanner, coal merchant, and 

shopkeeper 

Atkins James G, general merchant 
Atkins Andrew, boot and shoe maker 
Baldwin James & Co, drapers 
Barnane William, vintner 
Bernard Jeremiah, vintner 
Brinane, James, painter 
Bryan Joseph, builder 
Bryan Thomas R, general merchant 
Buckley John, butter merchant 
Burke Daniel, victualler 
Buttimer , draper 
Carey Florence, tailor 
Carey Patrick, tailor 
Clarke George, vintner 
Collins Denis, vintner 
Collins Michael, victualler 
Collins Thomas, baker 
C'rowley Bartholomew, vintner 
Crowley Bartholomew, jun, vintner 
Crowley Florence, vintner 
Crowley John, shopkeeper 
Crowley James, shoemaker 
Crowley John, cattle dealer 
Connell William, Lisbealad, vintner 
Cotter James, Darkwood, flax factor 
Cutter Jeremiah, shopkeeper 
Cunningham Michael, shopkeeper 
Deane Benjamin, vintner 
Donovan Denis, vintner 
Donovan Rickard, shopkeeper 
Driscoll Jeremiah, vintner 
Fenwick John, Inchafune,miller,and gent: . 

merchant 

Fuller Joseph, pawnbroker 
Fuller James, shopkeeper 
Hennessy Daniel, vintner 
Hourihane James, shopkeeper 
Hurley Patrick, vintner 
Hurley Jeremiah, vintner 
Hurley Timothy, shopkeeper 
Jones William IT, builder 
Jones William, vintner 
Kearney Michael, vintner 
Leary Daniel, baker 
Lynch Timothy, baker 
Lyons James, vintner 
Meara Richard, shopkeeper 
M'Carthy Denis, shopkeeper 
M 'Carthy Timothy, shopkeeper 
M 'Carthy James, boot and shoe maker 
M 'Govern Patrick, draper 
McLean P, and Son, woollen and tweed 

manufacturers 

Q'Mahony James, leather seller 
O'Neill John, vintner 
O'SuIlivan Timothy, vintner 
Regan John, cattle dealer 
Sheehy Timothy, blacksmith 
Spencer Thomas, draper 



Sullivan Jeremiah, shoemaker 

Sullivan Patrick, vintner 

Sweeny Thomas, Clounties, vintner 

Wagner John, draper, general merchant, 

and emigration agent 
Welply William, Kilronan, miller 
Wright Thomas, painter 

Principal Landholders. 

Bateman Thomas, Lettergorman 
Beamish Richard Samuel, Silluhertane 
Beamish John, Clashnacrona 
Beamish John, Miiane 
Beamish Samuel, Miiane 
Beamish Thomas, Clashuacrona 
Brien Patrick, Kildee 
Brien William, Kippagh 
Bryan Charles, Lisbealad west 
Bryan Joseph, Dunmanway 
Bryan Thomas, 'Kippagh 
Biyan Thomas I\, Dunmanway 
Buttimer John, Ahakeera 
Buttimer Timothy, Gortroe 
Cahelane Daniel, Togher 
Canty Timothy, Gortanuro 
Carroll Jeremiah, Gurteen 
Carroll John, Ardaneneen 
Carroll John, Inchafune 
Casey Patrick, Ballyvelone 
Clarke Joseph, Inch 
Clarke Richard, Dromlcena 
Clarke Robert, Inch east 
Coakley Cornelius, Tooin 
Coakley James, Behagh 
Coakley James, jun, Behagh 
Coakley James, Kilmalooda 
Coakley John, Teenagh 
Coakley John, Toom 
Collins Cornelius, Aultaghreagh 
Collins Patrick, Edencurra 
Collins Patrick, Knockane 
Connell John, Knockane 
Connell William, Dunmanway 
Connell William, Lisbealad 
Connell William, Nedineagh 
Cotter Edward, Curradnnagh 
Cotter William, Derrynacahera^h 
Cronin Cornelius, Moneygaff 
Cronin James, Inchederaile 
Crowley Charles, Coorycullane 
Cro'wley Cornelius, Ardcahan 
Crowley Cornelius, Cloontiquirk 
Crowley Cornelius, Edincurra 
Crowley Daniel, Behagullane 
Crowley Daniel, Cooleenagour 
Crowley Florence, Behagullane 
Crowley Florence, Knockahaduff 
Crowley Jeremiah, jun, Coolmuunlain 
Crowley Jeremiah, Inchafune 
Crowley Jeremiah, Keelaraheen 
Crowley John, Behagh 
Crowley Patrick, Aultagh 
Crowley Patrick, Drinagh east 
Crowley Patrick, Kildee 
Crowley Timothy, Behagh 
Crowley Timothy, Balteenbrack 
Cullmane Bartholomew, Dunmanway 



DUNMANWAY-DURRUS. 



Cunningham Michael, Caher 

Cunningham Timothy, Kilronane 

Daly John, Lisheenleigh 

Daly Timothy, Lisbealad 

Deane Benjamin, I^ettergorman 

Deane John, Knockeenboy 

Deane John, Maugh 

Deane John, Maulanimirish 

Deane Robert, Maulamminsh 

Deane Young, Maulaniminsh 

Donegan John, Inchafune 

Donoghue Cornelius, Knockaneady 

Donoghue Patrick, Farlahanes 

Donovan Cornelius, Shanagh 

Donovan Daniel, Behagh, Fanlobbus 

Donovan Daniel, Currabegs 

Donovan Denis, Derrylahan 

Donovan Jeremiah, Behagh, Fanlobbus 

Donovan Jeremiah, Currabeg 

Donovan Jeremiah, Currabeg 

Donovan Jeremiah, Gurteenasowna 

Donovan Michael, Nedineagh 

Donovan Timothy, Behagullane 

Donovan Timothy, Derrynasafagh 

Driscoll Thomas, Demesne 

Driscoll Timothy, Moreagh 

Dullea Edward, Milleenananntg 

Dullea Jeremiah, Nedineagh 

Dullea Michael, Milleenananmg 

Ellis Charles, Curraghlickey 

Ellis Robert, Currabwee 

Ellis Edward, Corral 

Ellis Robert, jun, Pike 

Farrell Jeremiah, Togher 

Earrell John, Togher 

Eitzgerald Richard, Lisbealad wist 

Fuller Thomas, Dunmanway 

Grace Daniel, Drinagh east 

Grace James, Drinagh east 

Grace Thomas, Drinagh east 

Hara John, Currabwee 

Hayes Michael, Edencurra 

Hayes Owen, Edencurra 

Heazle Robert, Dromleena 

Hennessy John, Buddrinneen 

Hennessy Timothy, Buddrinneen 

Hobbs William, Milleenagun 

Hurley Cornelius, Coolnaconarty 

Hurley Daniel, Clonoreague 

Hurley James, Shannacrane 

Hurley Jeremiah, Ballyvelone 

Hurley Jeremiah, Buckree 

Hurley John, Kilbarry 

Hurley John, Kinneigh 

Hurley John, Tooreen 

Hurley Michael, Derragh 

Hurley Patrick, Dunmanway 

Hurley John, Dromdeegy 

Hurley Timothy, Dromdeegy 

Jagoe Thomas, Kinrath 



Jennings Edward, Toughbawrt 
Jennings William, Paddock 
Jennings John, sen, Toughbawn 
Jennings "John, jun, Tou'ghbawn 
Jennings George, Tough bawn 
Kearney Michael, Letlergorman 
Kearney Thomas, Manch 
Kingston John, Kippaglt 
Lane John, Kilnadur 
Lane Thomas, Inchafune 
Leary Denis. Coolmountain 
Lordan John, Lisheenleigh 
Lordan Patrick, Liscroneen 
Lyons Daniel, Cooranig 
Mahony Jeremiah, Gurtnamuckla 
Mahony John, Buddrinneen 
Manning Denis, Derrynasafagh 
Manning Richard, Clogher 
McCarthy Cornelius, Kilbarry 
McCarthy Daniel, Knockaghaduff 
McCarthy Daniel, Lisnabnnny 
McCarthy Denis, Bunanumeta 
McCarthy Florence, Garrane^ 
McCarthy James, Cashloura 
McCarthy Jeremiah, Kilde 
McCarthy Owen, Lisnabnnny 
McCarthy Patrick, Coolnacorvarty 
McCarthy Thomas, Ardea 
McCarthy Timothy, Kildee 
Meara Richard, Dunmanway 
Minnis James, Lisbealad 
Minnis, Michael, Moreagh 
Murphy Timothy, Kilnadur 
Murray John, CurraghnaloUgha 
Murray Thomas, Ballyvelone 
Neal Cornelius, Ballyvelone east 
Neal Thomas, Ahakeera. 
fs'eill John, Kilvurragh 
O'Callaghan Callaghan, Inchatin* 
O'Mahony Jeremiah, Ballyvelone 
O'Neill Cornelius, Farlehanes 
O'Sullivan Patrick, Dunmanway. 
Pattison John, jun, Sillaliertane 
Pattison William, Sillahertane 
Powell Denis, Kilbarry' 
Powell John, Kilbarry 
Regan John, Teenagh 
Riordan Cornelius, Inchincorka 
Ross Edward, Derryduff 
Ross George, Knockawraddra 
Shorten Benjamin, Knocknaxoddra 
Sullivan Bartholomew, Farnanes 
Sullivan Jeremiah, Annaherlisk 
Sullivan Jeremiah, Dromerk 
Sweeny Thomas, Clounties 
Twomey Cornelius, Derrylahan 
Wallace Joseph, Dunmanway 
Wallace Joseph, Gurteenasowna 
Welply William, Kilronane 
White Laurence, Killavurra 



DURRUS (late CARRIGBOY). 

Sub post, money-order, and telegraph office, 59 miles from Cork, and 6f south-west of 
Bantry. Durrus (or Carrigbuie that is, "the yellow rock") lies in a well-sheltered vale 
at the head of Dunmanus bay, one of the great inlets of the Atlantic. Dunmanus bay 
is Celebrated for its oysters, which are sometimes very abundant. The copper mine . 



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in tliis locality are favourably known ; the flag quarries, which overhang the sea, produce 
flags of a tine buff colour, and are represented as capable of being worked to great, advan- 
tage ; and the slate vein, already traced to a length of two miles, are found to have an 
average width of 90 feet. M. II. Morris, J.P., has lately opened a valuable slate quarry 
on his land at Friendly cove, which gives employment to a great number of the people. 
The slate procured here is nertrly equal to that imported from Wales. Most of the lands 
were forfeited by the Irish proprietors in 1641; the principal landed proprietor now is the 
Earl of Bandon, who has much improved the p.ace of late years, and who has a residence 
called Durrus court within a mile of the village : it is situated on a gentle eminence, com- 
manding a good view of the bay with its surrounding scenery. Within a few yards of this 
court stand the ruins of the first house of Protestant worship in this parish. A small noisy 
river, called " Four-mile Water" so called from being four (Irish) miles from Bantry 
empties itself into the sea here. The peninsula, washed on the east by Dunmanus bay 
and on the .vest by Bantry bay, is generally called "Muntervary. " The extreme point of 
this tract is called "Sheep's Head. Dunmanus castle, erected on the east banks of the 
bay, and Dunbeacon castle, towards the head of the bay both in ruins belonged to the 
sept of the Mahonys. Four miles west of Durrus is O'Donovan's cove, the residence of 
the late Timothy O'Donovan, J.p. : it was inhabited by his family for centuries, and was 
at one time a beautiful place. The house is now almost in ruins. All this country is 
mountainous, rocky, and boggy. 



Postal, etc. 

Postmaster and Stamp Distributor John 
Moss 

Official. 

Parishes Durrus (p. 67), Kilcrohane (p. 76) 

Poor Law Union Bantry 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Dr. James O'Connolly, Durrus and Kil- 
crohane dispensary medical officer 

Petty Sessions District Durrus, every 4th 
Friday ; clerk, David Burleigh 

Quarter Sessions District Bantry 

Resident Magistrate Charles O'Connell 

Sub-Inspector of Constabulary Andrew 
M. Harper 

Constable Uriah Piper 

Justice of the Peace. 

Morris Michael Hungerford, Friendly cove 

Clergy. 

Pratt Rev John, rector 
Delay Rev Michael, P.P. 
McCarthy Rev Florence, C.C. 

Schools. 

National Four-mile Water pupils, boys 
131, girls 161 ; teachers, Denis Leary 
and Agnes Gillhooly 

Kilcrohane pupils, 94 ; teacher, Jo- 
hanna Daly 



National Rossnacahera pupils, 136 ; 

Mary Sullivan 
Church Education pupils, 60; teacher, 

Robert Rice 
Methodist pupils, 26 ; teacher, John Cole 

Hotel. 

Phillips James, proprietor 

Shopkeepers. 

Crowley Timothy Sullivan Jou>. 
Moss John Sullivan Timothy 

O'Brien Jeremiah To bin Richard' 

Principal Landholders. 

Arundel Timothy, Rossnacaheragh 
Dillon Timothy, Ardogeene 
Dukelow Charles, Coomkeen 
Leyhane Timothy, Kilcrohane 
Morris Michael H, Murreagh 
Sheedy Patrick, Killovenoge 
Sullivan John, Carrigboy 
Sullivan William, Cashelfane 
Tobin John, Ballyieragh 
Tobin John, Letter east 
Tobin Richard, jun, Carrigboy 
Tobin Richard, sen, Letter lower 
Vickery George, Ballycommane 
Vickery John, Ballycommane 
Wright Henry, Cashelfane 



ENNISKEAN. 

Sub post office, 27 miles from Cork, and 7 to the west .of Bandon (head office), 
Enniskean is situated on the northern side of Bandon river. There was formerly a 
weekly market held here every Monday, but this has long since fallen into disuse. It 
derives it name from Ennis-Keane the Inch of the Keane the sept Keane Mac Moyle 
More, one of the O'Mahonys, were connected with this locality long before McCarthy 
More obtained a grant of it from the crown. A little east of Enniskean, at the foot of a 
low chain of hills, is Palace- Anne, erected in the reign of Queen Anne, formerly the 
handsome residence of a branch of the Bernards. The Bernards of Palace- Ar.ne were 
descendants of Lieut. Arthur Bernard, the only brother of Judge Bernard, progenitor of 
the Earls of Bandon. Pakce-Anne house, with the surrounding demesne and farm the 
only remnant of the property of this branch of the Bernard family has, within the last 
two years, been sold to a farmer Mr. Creedon. This district, now inhibited by respect- 
able fanners, was once famous for tne manufacture of " potheen" as many as fifteen 
is" cviuUl be discerned ai full work by Uie graceful curling of the 



ENNISKEANE. 



Fairs. 
April 5, June 22, August 12, Oct. 2 

Postmaster William Nichols 

Official. 

Parishes Kinneigh (p. 87), Murragh (p. 93) 
Poor Law Union Bandon 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. Orpen Beamis i 
Petty Sessions District Ballineen, every 

2nd Monday ; clerk, Edward Connor 
Quarter Sessions District Bandon 
Resident Magistrate George R. Cronin 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary J. O'Donel 

Schools. 

Castletown pupils, rolls 121, average 68 
males ; rolls 115, average 67 females ; 
teachers, William O'Mahouy and Margt. 
Calvin 

Gentry, Clergy, etc. 
Bailey John S, M.D, Murragh, landholder 
Beamish Francis, Killaneer 
Coveny Rev Daniel, P. P, Derrigra 
Cummins Rev Jeremiah, p. p, Coolanagh 
Daunt W, A.B, Derrigra 
Haines John, A.M, rector Kinneigh 
Ruby Rev James S, rector Murragh 
Wren Thomas, Dromovane house 

Medical Practitioner. 
Beamish Orpen, Enniskeane 

Millers. 

Lordon John 

Norwood W, Murragh 

McNamara, Swanton & Co, Fam mills 

Wood George, miller's accountant 

Shopkeepers. 

Daunt Frank Nichols William 

Daunt William O'Keefte Daniel 
Hurley Daniel Stanley Dora 
Hurley Patrick 

Principal Landholders. 

Alleyn Honora, Bengour west 

Alleyn Richard, Farranalough 

Alleyn Timotl.y, Eengour west 

Bradfield John, Tullyglass 

Bradfield Richard, Tullvqlass 

Bradfield Thomas, Tullyglass 

Brien John, Newcestown 

Canty Denis, Farranalough 

Coakley Patrick, Derrigra 

Collins Denis, Farranalough 

Collins Patrick, Farranalough 

Corcoran Daniel, Bengour west 

Corcordn Daniel, Bengour east 

Corcoran John, Bengour west 

Corcoran Patrick (Daniel), Bengour west 

Corcoran Patrick (John), Bengour west 

Cotter John, Bengour east 

Creedon Patrick, Palace- Anne 

Cronin James, Courtleigh 

Crowley Daniel, Lissacroneen 

Crowley James, Belrose 

Paly Stephen, Coiu'tleigh 

itey Stephen Thorn?.*, 



Daunt George, Enniskean 
Desmond Denis, Bengour eist 
Desmond Humphrey, Coolanagh 
Desmond Humphrey, jun, Newcestown 
Desmond Patrick, Coolanagh 
Donovan Bartholomew, Bengour east 
Donovan Daniel, Warrensbrook 
Donovan Denis, Farranalough 
Donovan Owen, Farranthomas 
Driscoll Cornelius, Larnvoolta 
Driscoll Cornelius, Lissacroneen 
Driscoll Cornelius, Teadies 
Driscoll Florence, Lissacroneen 
Duke Walter, Bengour east 
Duke William, Killowen 
Foley John, Bengour east 
Fuller Edward, Dromidiclogh 
Fuller Robert, Derrigra 
Gallivan Edward, Newcestown 
Good Thomas, Newcestown 
Harrington Patrick, Sleeno;e 
Harte Stephen, Farranalou^.i 
Hayes Peter, Curtycrowly 
Horgan Cornelius, Belrose 
Horgan Timothy, Coolanagh 
Hosford Benjamin, Ganleville 
Hosford William, Mary vi tie 
Howe John, Lissarourke 
Howe Thomas, RushrieH 
Hurley Bartholomew, Belrose 
Hurley Daniel, Newcestown 
Hurley Denis, Farraiuhomas 
Hurley James, Farranthomas 
Hurley John, Farranthomas 
Hurley Timothy, Killaneer 
Hurley William, Kilkneer 
Kehilyjohn, Killaneer 
Kehily John, Farranthomas 
Kehily Mathew, Farranthomas 
Lordan Denis, Tullyglass 
Lordan Mary, Coolanagh 
Lordan Patrick, Lissarourke 
Mahony Daniel, Bengour east 
Mahony John, Farranthomas 
Morgan William, Newcestown 
Murphy Denis, Bengour west 
Murphy Patrick, Farranalough 
Murray John, Bengour east 
Nagle Edward, Dromovane 
Patterson Robert, Farranthomas < 
Payne William, Dromfeagh 
Quinlan Denis, Farranthomas 
Regan Peter, Lissarourke 
Rcilly John, Bengour west 
Rice John, Bengour east 
Rice William, Bengour east 
Ryan Patrick, Killaneer 
Shorten James, Courtleigh 
Shorten James, sen, Kilnacranagh 
Shorten Juhn, Kilnacranagh west 
Shorten John, jun, Kilnacranagh west 
Shorten John, Courtleigh 
Shorten John, Bengour west 
Shorten foseph, Coolanagh 
Shorten Thomas, Bengour west 
Smith John, Rushfield 



ENNISKEAN EYERIES-FARRAN. 215 

Stanley Robert, Farranthomas I Wolfe Richard, Ballaghanure 

Stanton Thomas, Farranalough | Wolfe William, Derreen 



Sweeny John. Coolanagh 
Tanner Walter, Teadies 
Walsh Patrick, Coolanagh 



Wood Richard, Enniskean 
Woods Edmond, Paddock 
Wren Michael, Tullyglass 



EYERIES (or IRIES). 

Sub post office, situated on Coulagh bay, west coast, 94 miles from Cork, 37 from 
Bantry, and. 4.5 from Castletownbere, from which it is divided by the Slieve Miskish 
mountains. It" was in this district, at Eyeries begga, that Morty Oge O'Sullivan was 
killed by a military party despatched from Cork to arrest him for shooting Mr Puxley, ol 
Dunboy, in 1754. O'Sullivan had fortified his house, which he defended till his ammuni- 
tion was exhausted, when he rushed forth and broke through the soldiers, but, when clear- 
ing a hedge, was shot through the heart. This event gave rise to some spirited lines in 
Blackwoocfs at the time, of which the following is a stanza : 
. "The sun of Ivera no longer shines brightly 

The voice of her music no longer is sprightly : 

No more to her maidens the light dance is dear, 

Since the death of our darling O'Sullivan Beare." 

O'Sullivan's body was lashed to the stern of a king's cutter, and towed through the sea to 
Cork, where his head was spiked on the South-gate. Some of O'Sullivan's followers were 
killed and others wounded in his defence. " On the road to the cemetery of KilcatheriiK- 
is a loose rock, having the form of a woman with pannier on her back, settled on the side 
of a cliff. This rock is called Caillagh Bearathe ' Hag of Bere ;" and the legend con- 
nected with it is, that it was once a real woman, that stole books from the monks of Kit- 
Catherine, whose curse overtook her where she now stands. The lakes of Glenbeg, Dei/ 
rizel, and Loughfadda, abound in trout, and there are very fine sea caves at Ardgroom. 



Fairs. 

20Feb, 28 April, 30 May, 24 June, lojuly, 
2 Sept, 29 Oct, 10 Nov. 

Official. 

Parish Kilcatherine (p. 75) 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Dr. Daniel John Lyne 



Poor Law Union Castletownbere. 
Petty Sessions District Castletown, evci 

fourth Saturday ; clerk, Francis Scott 
Constable William Curren 

Clergy. 

O'Rielly Rev Michael, r.P, Kilcatherine 
Carmody Rev James, c.c. 



FARRAN (or KILCREA). 

Sub post office, 12 miles from Cork (head office} ; at Kilcrea is a station (Cork and 
Macroom Ry) trains four times a day : fares, single, 2/8, 2/, i/ ; return, 3/6, 3/, 1/7. 
The river Bride flows through a fertile tract of grazing land, which, up to 170x3. was a 
Vast morass frequented by wolves, called the great bog of Kilcrea. The Franciscan friary 
of Kilcrea is situated on the Bride : its name is derived from the Irish Killa Creu, signi- 
fying the cemetery of St. Cera, or Chera, who, it is stated, had a convent here. An an- 
tiquated bridge crosses the river close to the abbey, the entrance of which is shaded by a 
fine avenue of trees. A part of this building still remains, with the nave and choir of the 
church. On the south side of the nave is a handsome arcade of three gothic arches, sup- 
ported by marble columns, more massive than those of the Tuscan order : this arcade con- 
tinues to form one side of a chapel, being a cross aisle. The steeple, a light building, 
about 80 feet high, placed between the nave and the choir, is still entire, and is supported 
by Gothic arches. The friary, which was dedicated to St. Bridget, was founded in 1465 
by Cormac McCarthy Laider, lord of Muskery, who lies buried in the choir, together with 
many other members of the house of Clancarty. In the south-west angle of the nave is 
the tomb of Arthur O'Leary, termed the "Outlaw." Another remarkable personage 
interred here was Roger O'Connor, the ardent republican and freethinker, who, with his 
more famous brother, Arthur, who died in France, took a leading part in the rebellion of 
.1798. Thomas O'Herlihy, titular bishop of Ross, was interred here in 1579, in the 
southern transept : he was one of the three Irish prelates who attended the Council of 
Trent, for which he was declared a rebel, and spent three and a half years in the tower of 
London. After his release, he retired to a small farm near Macroom, where he spent the 
remaining portion of his life. A little to the west of the friary, by whose founder it was 
built, stands the castle of Kilcrea, once a keep of the Clancartys : it consists of a square 
tower, seventy feet high, in a good state of preservation ; the bawn and moat still 
exist, but the batteries and outworks are a mass of ruins. The interior of the building is 
bare and gloomy, but the view from the summit the ascent of which is by a flight of 
marble steps is varied and extensive. About a mile from Kilcrea abbey, in a noflh-wea* 



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terly direction, on a commanding eminence, is the new R.C. church of Farran ; and further 
on the Protestant church and old churchyard of Aglish : there is no service at present 
held in the Protestant church Aglish, Kilbonane, and Moviddy ecclesiastical parishes 
art now combined ; services held in Kilbonane and Moviddy churches. Richard Good, esq, 
of Alierlow, is well known as an importer of thorough-bred and prize agricultural sires. 
His Suffolk Punch, Brian Born, took numerous prizes throughout England; and his 
French thorough-bred sire, Manola, is connected by blood wjj,h some of the most cele 
brated race-horses of the day. 



Postmaster James Murphy 

Official 

1'arishes Aglish (p. 48), Kilbonane (p. 73), 
E)esertmore (p 63) 

Poor Law Unions Bandon and Macroom 

Registrars Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Drs John H. Nason, Templemartin, and 
Jeremiah E. Murphy, Cannaway 

Petty Sessions Districts Farran, every 4th 
Monday ; clerk, Thomas Smith : Shan- 
dangan, every 2nd Wednesday ; clerk, 
Edward Carey 

Quarter Sessions Districts Cork" and Ma- 
croom 

Kesident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy, 
Midleton 

Sub-Inspector of Constabulary John Mu!- 
larky 

Constable James Hegarty. 

Justices of the Peace. 

I lawkes John D, Kilcrea house 
Orpen Richard A, Elmpark 

Gentry and Clergy. 

Barter William, Aherlabeg 

Clarke William, Farran house 

Kingston Mrs, Aglish house 

Mairis Valentine, Rosemount 

Murphy Rev Patrick Canon, Killumney, 
P.P., Ovens 

Murphy Rev W, c.c, Farran 

Tuckey Rev Broderick, incumbent of Kil- 
bonane ; res, Clifton terrace, Cork 

Warren Augustus, Farran house 

National Schools. 
Farran teachers, Denis Long and Mrs Long 

Principal Landholders. 
Connell Thomas, Currahaly 
Deasy Denis, Aher'amore 
Deasy Jeremiah, Aherlamore 



Deasy Michael, Aglish 

Desmond Thomas, Gariyhesty 

Fahy Patrick, Kilcrea 

Fahy William, Kilcrea 

Galvin Patrick, Aherlamore 

Gleeson David, Ballmeadig 

Good Henry, Aglish 

Good James, Curragheenbrien 

Good Richard, Aherlow 

Good William, Rathard 

Harold James, Knockatreenaui 

Holland John, Rathard 

Keane Daniel, Currahaly 

Keane Michael, Currahaly 

Keane Timothy, Currahaly 

Keily John, Garryhesty 

Lane Timothy, Currahaly 

Leary Patrick, Kilbane 

Lynch Timothy, Aherlamotx. 

McAuliffe Jeremiah, Kilcrea 

Mahony Jeremiah, Ballinea lig 

Mahony Timothy, Aherlamore 

Mahony Timothy, Knocka;i.nie''gu-i 

Mullane Denis, Ballineaoig 

Murphy Cornelius, Kilcrea 

Murphy Cornelius, Garryhe>ly 

Murphy Daniel C, Garryhesty 

Murphy Denis, Kilcrea 

Murphy John, Aherlamore 

Murphy John, Rearour 

Nagle David, Rathard 

Neville Thomas, Rearour 

O'Keeffe John, Kilcrea 

O'Keeffe Mrs, Kilcrea 

Regan Jeremiah, Currahaly 

Richardson John, Agli-.li 

Riordan John, BalljneaJig 

Rumley James, Bailing. ig 

Scannell Laurence, KnockanemealguITa 

Sheehan Maurice, Currahaiy 

Walsh Michael R, Currahalv 

Walsh Richard, Aglish 



FERMOY. 



Head post, money order, and telegraph office, and an important, ij.i. rack station, 2 
miles from Cork by road, and 37 by rail (Fermoy branch G. S. & W. Ry). The tow 



22 

town 

cf Fermoy contains several good streets, with numerous, respectable shops. The river 
Blackwater flows through the town, and is spanned by a magnificent cut stone bridge. 
On the northern side are extensive infantry and cavalry barracks, called the old and new 
barracks ; also the railway station. The principal buildings consist of a Catholic cathe- 
dral, handsome Protestant church, Presbyterian and Methodist chapels, two colleges, court 
house, several large flour mills, three branch banks, hotels, etc. The weekly, markets 
are well attended. It is governed by commissioners under the provisions of the " Town 
Improvement Act." Fermoy, an insignificant village when Smith wrote his history of 
Cork, about 150 years since, is now third in point of population in the county. This 
district is part of the ancient territory of Feartta Maighe- Feine^ of which the O'Keeffes 
were chieftains or kings, Donngh MacKeeffe, king of Fermoy, commanded an expedi* 



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tion against the Danes in 954. After the Norman invasion i' was gi anted to the Fleming-;, 
from whom it passed to the Roches, barons of Fernioy. The monastery of Fermoy, 
founded by St. Finnchua, was one of the most celebrated Irish educational establishments 
in the 7th century. An abbey of Cistercians was founded here in 1270, by Sir Richard 
de Rupella, who was lord justice of Ireland in 1261. About two miles up the river, is 
the beautiful demesne of Castle-Hyde called after Arthur Hyde, one of the English 
settlers in Elizabeth's reign. During its entire course, a distance of 75 miles, the Black- 
water runs through a country rife with historic recollections, memorials of the piety or 
chivalry of by-gone ages being frequent along its banks. The source of the Blackwater 
is a bog near the boundaries of Cork and Kerry : it runs into a tolerably direct course 
from west to east through this county, receiving in its progress many tributaries. Near 
Fermoy are some mined castles of the Condons. In 1642, the castle of Ballymacpatrick 
(now Careysville, the seat of Edward K. Carey, J. P.), was taken by the Earl of Barry- 
more after a vigorous defence, and the garrison executed. The Ashfield herd of shorthorns, 
the property of Mr. John Downing, are well-known prize takers in the Irish show yards. 

Summary of Census, 1871. To-vmhip of Fermoy. 



Arar in Mat. acres...... 327 

Houses 834 

Farmsteadings 174 

Families 1205 

Persons 7337 

Males 41 1 4 



Females 3223 

Under 12 years old.. 1587 

12 and under 20 1323 

20 and under 40 2758 

40 and upwards 1669 

Roman Catholics 5485 



Prot. Episcopalians ...1620 

Presbyterians 113 

Methodists 99 

Read and Write 4220 

Read only 587 

Illiterate 2 53O 



Fairs. 
Last Tuesday in each month ; fig fairs 

the preceding day. Horse Fair every 

second month 
Market Day every Saturday 

Postal. 

^al 5 a.m. per car from Mallow; 

2 20 p m. per irain 
; 7 20 p.m. per car to Mallow 

12 noon per train 
Postmaster David Rice 

SUB POST OFFICES : 
Casllelyons Kilworth 

Gienviiic WalergrasshiU 

Mail Cars. 

Pel ween Fermoy and Mallow as above, 

fare 2/6 
Fermoy to Mitchelstown (9 miles) mat! car 

5 5 a.m., arr. 6 45 a.m. ; fare i/. Also 

car 8 1.6 p m., arr. 9 46 p.m. 

Trains. 

Station Master John Coleman 
Ftom Cork 8 a.m, 12 30 p.m, 5 30 p.m. , 

arr. c 55 v.m., 2 15 p.m, 8 40 p.m. 
To Coik o a.m, 12 14 p.m, 5 30 p.m. 
Fares single, 5/3, 4/2, 2/. ; return, 89, 

7A 3/6 



Fermoy to Lismore (15 miles) 9 55 a.m., 

2 15 p. rn, 8 40 p m. 
Lismore to Fermoy 7 15 a.m, II 30 a.m, 

4 45 p m 

Official. 
Parishes Fermoy (p. 69), Clondulane (p. 

59), Glanworth (p. 69), Knockmourne 

(p. 88), Lismore and Mocollop (p. 90), 

Leitrim, pt, (p. 89), Litter (p. 90), Kil- 

crumper (p. 76) 
Petty Sessions held in Fermoy on each 

alternate Monday ; clerk, Rich. Hanley 
Quarter Sess. Dis. Fermoy and Midleton 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. John O'Neill Sisk ; dispensary open 

Mori, Wednes, Thurs, and Saturdays 
Rate Collector Jeremiah Dowling 
Relieving Officer David Byrne 
District Registrar of Marriages (7 and 8 Vic, 

cap 81) Richard Hanley 

Inland Revenue. 

Surveyor of Income Tax Win. Atkinson 
Stamp Distributor Michael Molony 

Fermoy Union. 

The Board of Guardians meet every Wed- 
nesday. For list of ex-officio and elected 
Guardians, Officers, etc, see end of this 
Directory 



H. A. DANIELS, 



Queen 
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FUNERAL REQUISITES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT THE 

SHORTEST NOTICE. 
MOURNING ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



ADVERTISEMENT. 



J. J. BARBER, 

WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, 

AND 

ELECTRO-PLATER, 

Shlhm%, Mtisir, m$ Fattnj Wst^ims^ 

PATRICK STREET, 
F E R M O Y, 

Begs to return thanks to the Gentry and Inhabitants of Fermoy and 
District for their large and liberal support during the last five years. 

He now begs to call attention to the NEW BRANCHES in which he has 
lately opened, comprising : 

Dance, Piece, and Vocal Music; Fancy Goods, Toys, Stationery, and 

Perfumery. 

A large and varied stock of Clocks, Gold and Silver Watches ; 

Gold, Silver, and Plated Albert and Guard Chains ; 

18 Carat Wedding Rings ; 9 and 18 Carat Keeper Rings ; 

and a nice assortment of Gents' Signet and Ladies' Dress Rings, 

and Jewellery of every description at very low prices. 

All repairs to Watches, Clocks, x>r Jewellery, executed in best manner, 
All work guaranteed for twelve months, except in case of breakage. 

J. J. B. respectfully solicits a call, and trusts by continued and increased 
attention to merit the large share of patronage kindly given him. 



COPE'S CELEBRATED SMOKING MIXTURES AND CIGARS, 



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Town Commissioners. 

Town Court sits every alternate Wednesday 
R. Carroll, chairman Michael Malony 
M. Bourke, Licklash Michael Moore 
C. W. Dennehy Robert Briscoe 
Michael J. Magner Thomas Rice 
John Cotter John Barry 

John O'Sullivan J. Downing, Ashfield 
William Sheriffs Matthias C Hendley, 
Patrick Dunlea J.P., Mountrivers 

Otrk J. W. Healy 
Treasurer National Bank, Fermoy 
hale Collector ana Tj<c'ti btrgtant James 
McNaughton 

Royal Irish Constabulary. 

Fermoy District includes eleven stations 

Fermoy, Aghern, BaHyhooly, Carey'sville, 

Castlelyons, Currabalia, Curryglass, Glen- 

ville, Kihvorth, Rathcormac, Watergrasshill 

Resident Magistrate Richd John Eaton 
Sub-Inspr. Constabulary Tnos. Fleming 
Head Constable Patrick Hoare 
Bridewell keeper James O'Hea 
Constables Fermoy, John Cunningham ; 
Cary'sville, John bage 

Banks, etc. 

National, Patrick street James Morrogh, 
manager 

Provincial, Artillery quay Jas. McCreery, 
manager 

MuKsf<r, Queen square Cornelius W. Den- 
nehy, manager 

Savings' Bank, Patrick street Edmond M. 

Dacre, manager 
Charitable Loan Fund Robert Briscoe, 

manager 
Loan and Discount Offices Vv . F. Ryan, 

Patrick street; Michael Dunlea, King st. 

Institutions, Colleges, Schools, etc. 

Fermoy Club (rooms Royal Hotel) ; Sec., 
F. H. Furlong 

Fermoy Young Men's Society President, 
James R. O'Flanigan, M.R.I. A. 

Young Men's Association President, Sir 
Robert John Abercromby, Bart 

Fermoy College Principal, George Hamil- 
ton King, M.A. Masters, Jas. Torrens, 
B.A, M A. ; Henry Williams, T.C.D. ; M. 
Ffink, Professor of Languages 

St. Cotmads College Patron, Most Rev 
John McCarthy, n.D, Bishop of Cloyne; 
Pre -ident, Rev Wm. Canon Fitzgerald ; 
Dean, Rev Eugene O'Connell. Profes- 
sors, Rev John S Wigmore, LL.D. ; Rev 
Robert Browne, Rev Eugene B. O'Con- 
nell, Rev William Hutch, D.t>, and John 
Ryan, A.B. 

Presentation Cowent ^ Schools Superio- 
ress, Mrs. Frances Hurley; community, 23 

Loretto Convent 6 Schools Superioress, 

Mrs. Anna Dease 

Christian Brothers Schools Superior, Br. 
J, J. Murphy 



Adair Endowed National School teacher;. 

James Kinmouth 
Grange National School teacher, Patrick 

Sheedy 
Clondulane ,, teacher, Mr. Ahern 

Justices of the Peace. 

Becher John Wrixon, M.A, D.L. (Cantab) 
Castlehycie ; served as high sheriff of co. 
Cork 

Braddell Henry, Montdeligo 
Campbell Arthur John St James' square 
Carey Edward Keily, Careysville 
Deane Major Chartes, Gurrane 
Furlong Charles John, Richmond 
Hendley Matthias Christopher, Mountrivers 
Lucas Lieut. -Col. Arthur Hyde, Rathealy, 
Maj. Sth. Cork Militia (late Capt-45th Ft. ) 

Gentry, Clergy, etc. 

Abercromby Sir Robert John, bart. (Scotl. 
1636) [eldest son of Sir George Samuel, 
6th bart, and Hon. Agnes Georgina, 
Lady Abercromby, second daughter of 
3rd Lord Kilmaine], b. June 14, 1850; s. 
his father, Nov. 15, 1872. RES. 5, 
Portman -square, W. ; Forglen castle, 
Turriff, Banffshire ; Fermoy, co. Cork. 

Adams Samuel, Gregg 

Adams Miss Fanny, Cregg 

Ahern Rev M. A, c.c. 

Barnes Rev John, Wesleyan, Walker's row 

Barry Captain James, Ballyclogh 

Bell Frederick, Gurrane lodge 

Briscoe Captain Edward, Forglen terrace . 

Briscoe Robert, Fermoy 

Browne Rev Robert, prof. St. Colman's 

Carroll Richard, Patrick street 

Corb'an William, Bettyville 

Dennehy Daniel, Cairn lodge 

Dennehy Madame, Brooklodge 

Donaldson Rev Joseph, Pres, The Manse 

Dwyer Miss, Walkers row 

Eyre Eliza, Walker s row 

Fitzgerald Rev Wm. Canon, St. Colman's 

Fleming Thomas, Sub-Insp. R.I.C, St. 
James's place 

Furlong Francis Hodder, Millbank 

Grant Rev Jasper, Templenoe 

Hill Rev Aiimdel, rector Fermoy, Glebe 

Hutch Rev William, D. D, St Colman's 

King George Hamilton, M.A, Fermoy coll 

O'Callaghan Rev P. J, c.c. Fermoy 

O'Mahony Rev M. F, adm. Fermoy 

Peard Miss, Church street 

Pennefather Captain George, Macroney 

Perrott Thomas, Upland 

Powell Rev Dacre H, curate, Francis street 

Rice Rev William, c.c. Fermoy 

Wigmore Rev J, prof. St. Colman's 

Medical Practitioners. 
Creed Charles, surgeon, Ballymurphy 
Downing George, surgeon, Woodside 
Roche John, M.D, L.A, Queen square 
Russell George B, M. D, St. James' place 
Sadleir William, M. D, Grange 
Sisk John O'Neill, M.D, L,A, Patrick street. 



PERM' '' 



Solicitors. 

Barry John, Patrick street 
Bourke Michael, Walker's row 
O'Sullivan Edmond, Walker's row 
Rice Thos, Sess. Crown Solr, Walker's row 
Rice Richard, Coroner, Patrick street 

Auctioneers. 

Barry James M. & Son Patrick street 
Moore Michael, Patrick street 

Baby Linen Warehouse. 
Smyth Mrs, Queen square 
Bakers. 

Barren John, Barrack hill 
Cahalan Michael, Queen square 
Casey John, New Market street 
C'lancey John, Patrick street 
Clancy Maurice, Princes street 
Clancy Thomas, Princes street 
Coleman, Michael, Patrick street 
Daniels Clements, Barrack hill 
Fleming Brothers, Artillery quay 
Green Mrs, Patrick street 
Hennessy David, Barrack hill 
I vis David, King street 
Kelly James, King street 
Mansfield Michael, King street 
Nolan John, King street 
O'Keeffe Edmund, Patrick street 
Rice David, Patrick street 
Roche Bridget, Patrick street 
Sheehan James, King street 
Smith Francis, King street 

Booksellers. 

Lindsay John, King street 
Lindsay William, King street 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 
Callaghan Edward, Barrack hill 
Hartnett John, King street 
Lillis Michael, Artillery quay 
Lonergan & Co, Patrick street 
O'Callaghan Daniel, King street 
O'Callaghan John, King street 
Roche Patrick, King street 
Sheehan John, William street 
Slattery Mauric% King street 
Williams Hugh, King street 

Brewers' Agents. 
Collins Patrick, King street 
Molony Michael, Patrick street 

Builders. 

Newstead James, Barrack hill 
O'Toole Pierce, New Barrack lane 
Sheehan Edward, King street 

Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer. 
Sheean John, \Vest quay 

Car Owners. 

Ahern John, Carrignagrohera 
Bowdren William, Francis street 
Cahill William, Grubb's quay 
Dunlea Michael, King street 
Magnier Michael. New Market street 
Roche Patrick, Patrick street 

William, Queer's Anns hold 



China Ware 
Barry Eliza, Patrick street 
Buckley Mary, Patrick street 
Cahill Eliza, King street 
Donegan Patrick, Patrick street 
Reilly Elizabeth, King street 
Trainer Henry, Patrick stieet 

Clerks. 

Bible Henry, Walker's row 
McLean Hugh, Artillery quay 
Norman Travers, Cork roak road (la\v 
Palmer Thomas, Francis street (bank; 
Tapley John, Cork road (law) 

Clothiers, Tailors, etc. 
Blatchford lohn, Barrack hill 
DANIELS "HENBY A, Queen squc 
Godsell Thomas, Barrack hill 
O'Callaghan Daniel, Queen square 
O'Sullivan John, Patrick street 
Slattery David, King street 
Syms William, King square 

Coach Builders. 
Burgess Charles, West quay 
Daly James, Cork road 
Hoolihan Thomas, Francis street 
Ryan Patrick, Chapel square 

Coal Merchants. 
Buckley John, West quay 
Dunlea Patrick, Patrick street 
Troy Mrs, Artillery quay 

Confectioner. 

Sheriffs William, Queen square 

Coopers. 

O'Keeffe Eugene, Old market place 
Smith James, Walker's row 

Dentist. 
Byrom William, Rathealy road 

Drapers. 

Daniels H. A. (woollen) Queen square 
HATES DAVID, Queen square 

Magnier Michael J, Queen square 
Mannix John, Patrick street 
Moore Michael, Patrick street 
O'Callaghan Daniel, Queen square 
O'Keeffe Thomas, King street 
O'Sullivan John, Patrick street 
O'Sullivan John, Queen square 
Quinlan Bros, Queen square 
Vaughan Michael, Patrick street 

Dyers. 

QUINLAN BROTHERS, Queen square 
Smyth Mrs, Queen square (agent for UK 
Scotch Dyeing Co.) 

Engine Driver. 
Coleman Joseph, Princes street 

Flour and Meal Stores. 
Ahem John, Patrick street 
Maryville -Flour Depot, Patrick street 
Miller Robert, Patrick street 
Rice David, Patrick street 
Kochc Bridget, Patrick street 






Grocers. 

Arnold Michael, Patrick street 

Bartnett Richard, Patrick street 

Cahalan Michael, Queen square 

Collins Mrs, King street 

Cotter James, Patrick strefet 

Cotter John, Queen square 

Daniels Clement, Barrack hill 

Fleming Brothers, Artillery quay 

Forde Mary, Artillery quay 

Hallahan James, Patrick street 

1 1 unt \Vm, Barrack hill and Queen square 

Lonergan <i Co. (wholesale & retail) Patrick 

street 

Mannix Thomas, King street 
McCarthy Eliza, Patrick street 
McCarthy William, Patrick street 
Millard J, West quay see advt. p ooo 
O'Brien Cornelius, Patrick street 
O'Gorman Mary, Patrick street 
O'Keerfe Edmund, Patrick street 
O'Keeffe Michael, Patrick street 
O'Mahony Mary, Queen square 
PUNCH JOHN (wholesale and family), 

Queen square 
QUINLAN BROTHERS (wholesale and 

family), Queen square 
Regan John Albert place 
Roche Bridget, Patrick stree 
Sampson John, Barrack hill 
Shea John, Patrick street 
Sheehan Mr, King street 
Smith Francis, King street 
Tobin Tames, Patrick street 
Turner Mrs, Queen square 
Whelan Brothers, Patrick street 

Gunsmith, 
O'Brien John, King street 

Haberdashers. 
Parry 1 lelena, Patrick street 
BAYLOR PETER, King street 
Buckley Margaret, Patrick street 
Ferguson Mrs, King square 
Fit/gerald William, King street 

Harness Makers. 
Ahem Philip, New Market street 
Buckley A, Patrick street 
Flanagan William, Patrick street 
McGrath John, Bank street 
Noonan John, Old Market street 

Hotels. 

Commercial, Bank street David Malony,' 

proprietor 
Family and Commercial, Bridge, West quay 

James Millard, proprietor see advt. 

next page 

Family, King street Francis Smith 
Queens, Queen square William Sheriffs, 

proprietor 

Insurance Agents. 

Barry John, Patrick street Atlas and Im- 
perial 

Baylor Peter, King street Sitn 
Bourke Michael, Walker's row 



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Hanley Richard, Walker's w* Standard 

and Royal 

McCreery Jas, Provincial Bank Alliance 
Murrogh James, National Bank Imperial 

and Crown Life 
Palmer Thomas, Rathealy road Si. ttish 

and Law Lije 
Rice Richard, Patrick street Reliance and 

Edinburgh 
Rice Thomas, Walker's row Provident 

Life and County Fire 
Sheriffs William, Queen's Hotel Scottish 

Ironmongers. 
Barry John, Patrick street 
BAYLOR PETER, King street 

Dunlea Patrick, Patrick street 
Flanigan William, Patrick stre&t 
Hennessy Stephen, King street 
Lonergan & Co, Patrick street 
O'Brien Thomas, King street 

Manure Agents. 
Barry John, Patrick street 
Baylor Peter, King street 
Dunlea Patrick, Patrick street 
Farmer Thos, Rathealy road 
Lonergan & Co, Patrick street 
Aloloney David, Bank street 

Marine Store Dealers, 

Butler Philip, Princes street 
Cleary Patrick, King street 

Medical Halls. 

Roche John, M.D, L.A, Queen square 
Sisk O Neill John, M.u, L.A, Patrick stW 

Millers. 

Furlong John and Sons, Fermoy mills, and 

4 Lapp's quay, Cork 
Hallinan John, Clondulane 

Milliners and Dressmakers. 

Daniels & Co, Queen square 

Mineral Water Manufacturer. 
Collins Patrick, King street 

Music Warehouse. 
Barter J. J, Patrick street-^ee advt. p. 21 S 

Newsagents. 

Bartnett Richard, Patrick street .* 
Council , Patrick street 
Kinmouth James, Artillery quay 

Nailor. 
Mahony Eugene, King street 

Painters. 

Byrne Bernard, King street 
Condon William, Barrack street 
Heffernan J, King street 
Keays Henry, Church hill 
Robinson Thomas, King street 

Pawnbrokers. 
Hurst Mary, King street 
Ryan David, Patrick street 

Photographer. 
Trainer Henry, Patrick street 



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Plumber, 
Higgins, John, King square 

Printers. 

Lindsay John, King street 
Lindsay William, King street 

Professors. 

Languages Ffink M. Xavier, Cork road, 
prof. Fermoy college 

Music Basquet Herr, King square 
Connell Richard, Francis street 
,, Murray William M, Barrack hill 
,, Pridmore C, Rathealy road 

Provision Dealers. 
Fleming Brothers, Artillery quay 
Green Michael, Princes street 

Quarries. 

Marble Johnstown, worked by Alexander 
Collis, Kilkenny 

Limestone Gurrane, worked by Jas New- 
stead, Fermoy 

Grange, worked by Pierce O'Toole, 
Fermoy 

Refreshment Rooms. 
Avis John, Bank street 
Hannan Sarah, Patrick street 
Kinmouth James, Artillery quay 

Seed Merchants. 
Barry John, Patrick street 
BAYLOR PETER, King street 
Dunlea Patrick, Patrick street 
Lonergan & Co, Patrick street 

Shopkeepers. 

Barry Michael, Patrick street 
Callaghan Michael, Barrack hill 
Cotter Anne, Cork road 
Cronin William, Cork road 
Donegan Patrick, Patrick street 
Donnelly Edward, Patrick street 
Dowling Andrew, Patrick street 
Fleming Maurice, Artillery quay 
Maguire Michael, Princes street 
Mills Anthony, King street 
O'Callaghan Michael, Bank street 
O'Gorman David, Patrick street 
Quinlan John, King street 



Rice David, Patrick street 
Ryan William, Princes street 
Smith Robert, Queen square 
Tobin John, Patrick street 

Slater. 
Sheehan William, King street 

Smiths. 

Dunne James, West quay 
Moore Thomas, Market street 

Stationers. 
BARBER JOHN J, Patriot, jtreet-sr 

advt. p. 218 

Lindsay John, King street 
Lindsay William, King street 
Lonergan & Co, Patrick street 

Timber Merchants. 
Pirn Joseph & Sons ; manager, Mr. Hurley 

(also of Youghal) 
Troy Mrs, Artillery quay 

Tin Smiths. 

Godson John, Princes street 
Sullivan John, Barrack hill 

Tobacconists. 

Barry Eliza, Patrick street 
Clarke W. & Son, King street 
Smith John, Queen square 
Sullivan Andrew, Cork road 

Undertakers. 
DANIELS H. A, Queen square 
Sheean John, West quay 

Veterinary Surgeon. 
Bremner Nicholas R, Artillery quay 

Victuallers. 

Burke William, Bank street 
Cahill Mrs, Princes street 
Curtin Daniel, King street 
O'Brien Michael, Walker's row 
Shea Daniel, Patrick street 
Shea John, Patrick street 
Young Mary, King street 

Vintners. 

Aheru James, Patrick street 
Arnold Patrick, Patrick street 
Barry John, Princes street 
Barry Mary, Cork road 



FERMOY 



MILLAKD'S FAMILY AND G'OMMERCIAT 

OTEL 



This Hotel is situated on the banks of the River Black water, and ; s well 
furnished with every accommodation for Tourists and Travellers, it 

moderate charges. 
ENGLISH PROPRI ETO R. 



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Baylor John, Patrick street 
Birmingham , Cork road 
Buckley Margaret, Patrick street 
Childs Thomas, Cork road 
Collins William, jun, King street 
Connell William, Patrick street 
Dunlea Michael, King street 
Flynn James, Barrack street 
Forde Mary, Artillery quay 
Geary Daniel, Barrack hill 
Hayes John, Patrick street . 
Hogan John, Old Barrack lane 
Horgan James, King street 
Jones James, Barrack hill 
Joyce John, Kings square 
Linehan Michael, Old Barrack lane 
McGrath John, New street 
Mahony Bartholomew, King street 
Miller Thomas, Nile street 
Moher John, Patrick street 
Moloney Richard, Patrick street 
Miller Robert, Bank street 
McSweney J, Bank street 
Mullane David, Patrick street 
Murphy Michael, Market street 
O'Brien Cornelius, Patrick street 
O'Brien John, Patrick street 
O'Connell James, Princes street 
O'Connell Maurice, King street 
O'Connell Thomas, Barrack hill 
O'Connell William, Patrick street 
' O'Keeffe Edmond, Patrick street 
O'KeerTe Mary, Patrick street 
Pigott Robin, Patrick street 
Roche John, King street 
Roche John, Market street 
Roche John, King street 
Shea Daniel, Patrick street 
Shea John, Patrick street 
Sheehan James, King street 
Smith Francis, King street 
Smith John, Queen square 
Toye John, King street 
Trainor Henry, Patrick street 
Walsh Michael, Barrack hill 
Walsh Patrick, Bank street 

Watchmakers, Jewellers, etc. 
BARBER JOHN J, Patrick street see 

atlvt. p. 218 
Thomas Richard H, King square 

Wheelwright. 
Kenny Patrick, Walker's row and Cross st. 

Wine and Spirit Merchants. 
Cotter John, Queen square 
Millard J, West quay see advt. opposite 
PUNCH" JOHN, Queen square 

Principal Landholders. 

Ahern Patrick, Bally nalacken 
Arnold William, Modeliga 
Barry John, Coolmucky 
Barry John, Gearagh 
Barry John, Cuileuagli 
Barry Thomas, Knuckannig 
Bennett Daniel, Waterpark 



Bell Frederick, jun, Sheepwalk ^. 
Broderick Daniel, Farren south 
Browne Edmond, Ballirdacken 
Buckley Philip, Loughnahilly 
Burke Edmond, Curraghmore \ 
Cahill William, Duntahane 
Carroll Maurice, Kilmagner 
Carroll Thomas, Kilmagner > '<'U-. 
Cannon Thomas, Waterpark 
Cashman Michael, Garrynagoui 
Coleman Michael, Waterpark 
Condon David, Ballinglanna 
Crowley James, Coole 
Curtin William, Waterpark 
Decie John, Garrynacole 
Dennehy John, Bellview 
Downey John, Model iga 
Downing John, Ashfield 
Donegan Jeremiah, Lisnasallagh 
Dooly Patrick, Boolabwee 
Dunlea Denis, Knockananig 
Dwyer Thomas, Labbacallee 
Fant Thomas, Fermoy 
Feeny John, Garrynagoul 
1 itzgerald Michael, Modeliga 
Fleming John, Cronohill 
Flynn Edward, Knockaskehano 
Flynn James, Marshtown 
Flynn John, Kilcoran south 
Foohy John, Gurranigerinagh 
Gaggin Richard Nason, Licklash 
Gardiner Richard L, Grange 
Geary Joseph, Duntahane 
Going John, Ballyhindon 
Hallahan Owen, Carrigatoortane 
Healy John, Ballinalackeu" ~ 
Healy John, Ballinveelig 
llealy Martin, Ballinveelig 
Jeffreys William, Bawnaglogi. 
Jeffreys William, sen, StrawhaU 
Joyce John, Acres 
J oyce John, Ballinaraha 
Joyce John, Grange cottage 
Kelleher William, Coolroe 
Keneally Daniel, Shean 
Keneally John, Modeliga 
Kent Edmond, Coolroe 
Lane Michael, Curragh upper 
Lane Michael, Garrynoe 
Lane Michael, Gurranigerinagh 
Magnier Michael, Duntahane 
Maher Philip, Glenagurteen 
Massey George, Woodfort 
Mawe Michael, Modeliga 
Morrison, James, Garrynagoul 
Murphy Daniel, Ballynahown 
Murphy James, Knockdromaclo^h 
Murray James, Clondulane south 
Myles Patrick, Ballynaparka north 
Koonan John, Ballinglanna north 
Noonan John, Kilmagner 
Noonan Margaret, Labhacallee 
O'Brien John, Waterpark 
O'Brien Patrick, C'urragh 
O'Brien William, Kilbarry 
O'Connell William, Bettyville 



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O'Sullivan Michael, Ballinvoher 
Patterson Thomas, Glenagurteen 
Power Thomas, Coolcarron 
Purcell Lyndhurst Leader, Corrin 
Quirk James, Coolalisheen 
Quirk Michael, Kilmagner 
Reali Kedmond, jun, Ballyarthur 
Ring Thomas, Modcliga 
Riordan, Andrew, Kilcoran 
Riordan John, Kilmagner 
Roche John, Marshtown 
Roche Eliza, Labbacailee 
Russell Michael, Ballinvoher 
Ryan Richard, Cuirabeha 



Ryan Thomas, Clondulane 
Shanahan John Straw hall 
Shanahan Michael, Fermoy 
Sheehan Edward, Kilbarry 
Sheehan Garrett, Currabeha 
Sheehan Patrick, Ballyvadona 
Shinnick Cornelius, Templenoe 
Shinnick John, Creeg south 
Sisk James, Sheepwalk west 
Sisk James, Acres 
Stack Edmond, Coolroe 
Tobin James, Killeagh 
Waters Patrick, Knockadromaclogh 



FREEMOUNT and TULLYLEASE. 

(JPost Town C 'hade ville.; 

Agricultural district north-west of Cork, near borders of county Limerick, served by 
rural messenger from the Miiford sub-office. Freemount is 36 miles from Cork, 15 from 
Mallow, 10 irom Buttevant, and n south of Charleville ; Tullykase is 12 miles from 
Charleville, 33 south of Mi. ford sub-post office, and 3 from Freemount. The river Allow 
(the " echoing river"), from which the barony of Duhallow derives its name, flows by 
Freemount from the borders of Limerick, and falls into the Black water below Kanturk. 
Tullylease is the site of a church said to have been built by St. Benignus, a disciple of St. 
Patrick's. On St. Ben's clay, 6th February, the country people for miles around come to 
pray at two holy wells St. i:en's well and Our Lady's well and before a large slab 
called St. Ben's stone, on which a curious Celtic cross is carved. This church was about 
90 feet long and 27 broad ; the eastern end, a pointed gable, and the southern wall in 
which the door was, alone remain. 



Official. 

Parishes Knocktemple (p. 88), Tullylease 

(p. 102), Churchtown pt. (p. 58) 
Poor Law Union Kanturk 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. \V. JP. O'Leary 
Petty Sessions District Liscanoll, every 

second Wednesday ; clerk, D. Sharpe 
Quarter Sess. Dists. Mallow and Kanturk 
Resident Magistrate Capt. R. C. Coote 
Sub-lnsptr Constabulary B. A. Somerville 
Constable T. Moroney 

Clergymen. 

Barry Rev. James, c.c, Tullylease 
Bastable Rev Robert, rector of the union of 

Kilbolane, Knocktemple and Tullyiease 
Gibbings Richard, curate of the union 

Shopkeepers, Traders, etc. 

Bradley Denis, vintner, Freemount 
Butler Charles, vintner, Freemount 
Callaghan Cornls., flour dealer, Freemount 
Collins Luke, grocer and flour dealer, do. 
Felim Timothy, grocer and flour dealer, do. 
Fitzpatrick Patrick, grocer, Freemount 
Hayes Frank, grocer and draper, do. 
O'Connor David, master cooper, do. 
O'Connor M, grocer and vintner, do. 
Shea Bartholomew, grocer and flour dealer, 

Tullylease 

Sullivan Jeremiah, grocer, etc, Tullylease 
Wall Patrick, vintner, Tullylease 

Principal Landholeers. 
Anderson Captain, Tulladuff 
Barry Denis, Commons 
Barry \\illiam, Raiiecn 
Browne Simon, Glenfield 
Brown James, Dromkeen 



Coleman John, Pallybahallagh 
Collins Bartholomew, Freemount 
Connor Timothy, Ballybahallagh 
Connor Cornelius, Knockereagh 
Connors Denis, Ballybahallagh 
Connors Michael, Knockcloona 
Connors Patrick, Knockelly 
Coghlan John, Tulladuff 
Cronin Michael, Killinane 
Curtin Daniel, Freemount 
Daly John, Ballybahallagh 
Doherty Cornelius, Ballybahallagh 
Doherty Peter, Ballybahallagh 
Donohoe John, Ballybahailagh 
Duggan Charles, Killinane 
Fitzgerald Eliza, Capanagoul 
Fitzpatrick Mathew, Gortnascregga 
Fitzpatrick Michael, Commons 
Flynn Philip, Knawhill 
Foley Daniel, Kilberrihert 
FoJfi^Jeremiah, ^Freemount 
^ForrestMaryr^TTrraleaglp 
Uoggin EdifloTra, Cappanagoul 
Goggin_ James, Cappar.aguul 
Hannen Michael, Ballybahallagh 
Hannigan Edward, Sheskin 
Hartstonge James, Sunfort 
Heaiy Garrett, Kiiberrihert 
Hudner James, Ballybahailagh 
Linehan Daniel D, Bailynaguila 
Madden Paul, Tulladuff 
McCarthy Charles, Glenfield 
Meaiy Francis, Cappanagoul 
Morton Cornelius, Lyre 
Morton Edward, Kilberrihert 
Morton Edward Knocknamuck 
Morton Mary, Knocknamuck 
Murphy Bartholomew, Sunfort 



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Murphy Benjamin, Curraleagh 
Murphy John, Sunfort 
Nunan Cornelius, Knockawillin 
Nunan John, Coolbane 
Regan Patrick, Ferryfort 
Scully Denis, Cappanagoul 
Sharpe Daniel, Glenfield 
Shea Jeremiah, Knockcloona 
Sheedy Michael, Knawhill. 
Sheehan Cornelius, Cappanagou? 
Sheehan Cornelius, Knockaneda 



Sheehan Patrick, Kilberrihert 
Sheehan Richard," Keeltane 
Singleton Dahiel, : -Ballagb, 
Stokes 'Anthony, Poulavane 
Sullivan Eliza, Ballagh 
Sullivan Eliza, Knockaneglass 
Sullivan Geoffrey, Knockilly 
Sullivan John Geoffrey, Knockilly 
Twomey John, Ballagh 
Twomey Richard, Ballagh 
Watson Thomas, Cloonee 



GLANDORE. 

Sub post office, 52 miles south-west of Cork, 8 miles from Skibbereen, 4^ from 
Rosscarbery, and 14 from Dunmamvay. Glandore is situated on the east side of Glandore 
harbour, and near it is a castle of the same name, built by the Barretts, and subsequently 
belonging to the O'Donovans, chiefs of Clann-Loughhn. The harbour, though small, is 
an exceedingly good one. Nothing can be more wild or magnificient than the coast from 
Glandore to the extreme west of the county, with its bluff headlands. There is an old 
legend connected with a rock in the harbour, called Cliodhna, and the tradition is that a 
wave beats on it called "Cleena's wave," which utters a plaintive sound whenever a 
southern monarch dies. Cleena was a fairy princess. In 1812 there existed a cupriferous 
peat bog here, fifty tons of the dried peat produced, when burnt, one ton of ashes, con- 
taining from ten to fifteen per cent of copper. Near Glandore, manganese ore is especially 
abundant and pure : pure manganese is white, with a faint reddish tinge, and is very hard 
and brittle ; it takes a fine polish, and does not tarnish in the air. This metal (discovered 
in 1774) is as yet of no service alone in the arts, but plays an important part in some 
alloys, and especially when mixed to a small extent with some kinds of steel. Its chief 
ore is the black oxide of pyrolusite, large quantities of which is. used in the manufacture 
of bleaching powder, and of both clear and coloured glass. 



Official. 

Parish Kilfaughnabeg (p. 77) 

Poor Law Union Skibbereen 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Dr. James E. Somerville, Union hall 

Petty Sessions District Rosscarbery, every 
2nd Wednesday ; clerk, H. R, Matthews 

Quarter Sessions District Skibbereen and 
Bantry 

Sub-Inspr. Constabulary C. E, B. Mayne 

Constable Michael Murphy 

National Schools. 

GUnclove Male and Female Model and 
Agricultural schools pupils, 15; tea- 
chers. Peter Maenure and Mary Alierne 



Justices 01 the h'eace. 

Barry Jas. Redmond (late a Commissioner 
of Irish Fisheries), Glandore house, n, 
Great Denmark street, Dublin ; claimant 
of the title of Viscount Buttevant (1405). 

De Burgh J. Hamilton Hussey, Glandore 
Townsend John Henry, Shorecliffe 

Clergyman. 

Reeves Rev Isaac Morgan, Precentor Ross, 
rector Kilfaughnabeg and Myross, Glan- 
dore cottage 

Principal Landholder. 

Jones Henry, Drombeg 



GLANMIRE. 

For Lota, Lotabeg, and Lotamore, see Suburban Directory, City of Cork. 

A suburb, 4 miles from the city of Cork, and I from the railway station of Dunlrettle. 
The derivation of the name of this place is Gleann-Maghair " the valley of the little 
fishes. " Glanmire is remarkable for its richly- wooded hills and beautiful scenery. The 
small but graceful river of Glanmire, one of the latest tributaries of the Lee, flows through 
a deep and romantic valley, pleasantly wooded on either side : this river is navigated at 
high water by lighters, which pass through two swivel bridges at Dunkettle going and re- 
turning. There are large flour mills here, worked by the "Glanmire Mills Company." 

Postal. 

Mails are despatched from Cork for Glan- 
mire via Dunkettle at 2 o p.m. and i 30 



a.m.; and are despatched from Glanmire 
at 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. 
Postmaster William Murphy. 

Official. 

Parishes Caherlag (p. 55), Rathcooney 

(P- 95)- 
Pour Law Union Cotk 



Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. Denis B. O'Flynn 
Petty Sessions District Riverstown, every 

second Tuesday ; clerk, J. Kennedy 
Quarter Sessions District Cork 
Resident Magistrates J. S. Macleod and 

W. R. Starkie 
Sub-Inspector of Constabulary Bernard 

Potter 
Constable William John M'Lane 



326 



GLAXMIRE GL ANT AXE. 



Justices of the Peace. 

Adams Wal-lis, Jancmount 
Galhvey Thomas Ilinton, Glenburn 

Gentry, Clorgy, etc. 
Abbott John, Balling rvma 
Archdail Rev William F, rector Glanmire; 

re-;.. Queenstown 

Crawford William Horatio, Lotamore 
Croft Captain, Tower view 
Hartnett John, ( .k-nvic\v house 
Ijlegarty Jeremiah J, Woodview 
Humphreys George, Glanmire, and City 

Treasurer's office, Court-house, Cork 
Jackson. Reuben Harvey, Glanmire, and 92 

.South mall, Cork 
Mi-Call Colonel James, Glyntown 
Martin Mrs Catherine, Castlejane 
IJtesh Joseph, Lakeloclge 
Nash 1 yder, Lakeiodge 
Quirke Edmond B. Woodview 
Russell James, land agent, Glanmire house 
Sikes Robert Cherry, Lauriston, and 31 

Patrick street, Cork 
Tiickey Mrs, Glanmire 

Medical Practitioners. 

Jeffries John R, M.n, I-'ichr.iond dispensary 
medical officer of Whitechurch district 

O'Flynn Penis Barry, V ."), Woudviv-w cot- 
tage, dispensary medical officer <>i arrig- 
navar south district (including Glanmire) 



Millers. 

Glanmire Mills Company, Glanmire and 
Ballinglaana 

Schools. 

National, Church hill pupils 40, average 
30; Patron. Rev William F. Archdail ; 
teacher, John B. Burchill 

National. New End Patron, Rev Christo- 
pher Canon Freeman, P.P. ; teachers, 
Bryan Mac Swiney and Maria Spillane 

Benefit Society, 

Meets at Glanmire School-house Presi- 
dent, Rev W. F. Archdail 

Traders, Shopkeepers, etc. 

Broderick John, vintner 
EnUvistle Robert, baker and grocer 
Grainger Ellen, shopkeeper 
Kelleher Daniel, vintner 
Murphy William, painter, Richmond cot- 
tage 

O'Brien Roger, vintner 
Walsh James, vintner 
Whittaker Edward, gardener, Glyntown 

Principal Landholders. 
Ahern Timothy, Maryborough 
Delany Jeremiah, Glyntown 
Ge; 1 . / Thomas, Factory hill 
Kei.ii-jnily John, Richmond 
Murphy Arthur, Glyntown 
Murphy Denis, Glyntown 



GLANTANE. 

Sub post-office, 28^ miles from Cork, 7 from Mallow ( head office), and 2 south of Lorn- 
bardstown (Tralee branch, G. S. & W. Ry) fares, single, 5/5, 4/, 2/3 ; return. 9/3, 6/9, 
3/9. A rural messenger is despatched every morning from Glamane to Cur. aluwer and 
Lombardstown. This district, of which Kilshannig is a portion, rests on the sandstone 
formation : its high pails are almost sterile: its plains an&valleys, though thin in soil, 
Weft repay the cultivation. 



Postal. 

NJail despatched at 6 p. m. 
Postmaster McCarthy Flynn 

Official. 
Parishes Kilshannig (p. 87), Mourneabbey 

(P- 93) 

Poor Law'Union Mallow 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 
Dr Charles H. Roche, med. and sanitary 
officer 

Hon Sec. Dispensary Committee Rev H. 
Swanzy 

Relieving Officer P. Connell 

Petty Sessions Dist. Mallow, every Tues- 
day ; clerk, Adolphus: W. lingers 

Quarter Jessions District .\i allow 

Resident Magistrate Capt U. C. Coote 

Sub-Inspectorof Constabulary S. R. Carter 

Constable --Daniel MuiL.ney 

Clergy. 

Barry Rev James, p. p Glantane 
Savage Rev .u>isi, R.C.C. 
Swanzy Rev Henry, rector Kilshaunig 
Walsh'Rev James, R.C.C. 



Schools 

Five National schools in this district pupils 
205 males, and 181 females ; teachers, 
M. Neille, J. Wallace, D. Downing, C. 
Bohan, J. Kelleher 

Parochial school at Glantane teacher. 
Joshua Beamish 

Private school at Knoekbrack. 

Woollen Factor. 
Crowley Michael, Deanville, near Dromore 

Principal Landholders. 
Barrett John, Glashaboy east 
Barrett Richard, Glashaboy east 
Berry Richard, Glantane 
Bolster George, Currabower 
Bolster George,, Lombardstown 
Bolster Joseph, Laharn 
Bolster Richard, Aldworth 
Bolster Thomas, Aldworth 
Bolster Thomas, Lombardstown 
Buckley John, sen, Farran 
Buckley John, jun. Farran 
Caibghan Denis, sen, Beenalaght 
Callaghan Cornelius, Skarragh 
Callaghan Daniel, Nurselownbeg 






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237 



Connell Denis, Lackenclarra 

Connell Geoffrey Patrick, Lackendarragh 

Connell Denis, Baliynoe 

Corinell Owen, I.ackendarragh 

Connell William, Lac!:endarra 

Connor Patrick, Mohereen 

Cur tin Thomas, Dromineen 

Fiynn John, Leckaneen 

Goggin Edmond, Creggane 

Hanlon Bartholomew, Glnshaboy west 

Hanlon Patrick, Glashaboy 

Healy Maurice, Glashaboy east 

H'ennessy John, Farran 

Morgan James, Lombardstown 

Hyde Patrick, Glashaboy west 

KeefFe Edmond, ,Cregane 

Keeffe Thomas, Mohereen 

Keeffe Timothy, Glashaboy west 

Lang William, Glnntane 

Lyons Jeremiah, Glannaharee 

McCarthy Denis, Ballyl o-iil 

Millanl William, Lacka.icen 

Minnhan Jeremiah, BriUas 

Muliane f)aniel, Lombardstown 

Mullaise James, Farran 

Muliane Jeremiah, ]|arran 

Muliane Jeremiah, Glentane 



Muliane William, Farjan 
Murphy Cornelius, Derrydowning 
Murphy John, Glanmane 
Murphy Michael, Derrydowning 
Murphy Michael, ju, ![>eny<fOTninf 
Nunau David F, Keale 
Owens Cqrnelius, Gurtroe 
Renrdon William, .Mohereen 
Rpc.he Edmon !, Mohereen 
Roche Michael, Brittas 
Ryan Denis, Smitlifield 
Ryan John, Lackenda.r.ra 
Ryan Michael, Lackendarra 
Ryan Thomas, Lackendarra 
Ryan William, Lackendarra 
Sexton William. Glashaboy 
Sheehan John, Brittas 
Sheehan Timothy, Brittas 
Sullivan Charles, Glashaboy 
Sullivan Eugene, Lackendarra 
Sullivan Patrick, Glashaboy 

I Sullivan Timothy, Glashaboy west 

i' Turner Jphn, Dromineen 
Turner Thomas, sen, Dromineen 
Turner Thomas, jun, Dromineen 
Wa'lace John, Lackaneen 
Waters John, Glashaboy 



GLANWORTH. 

Sub post office, 26 miles by road and 34 by rail from Cork, 14 north-east of Mallow 
(head office], 5 from ( 'astletownroche, 5 from Ferrnoy, and 3 from Ballyhooly the latter 
a station G. S. & W. Ry. Glanworth or Glanore, "the Golden Glen" -was anciently 
a corporation. It is situated on the puncheon, on a rock overhanging which are the 
magnificent ruins of Glanworth castle, built by Fleming, the first Norman knight who 
umed possession of these par is ; it was occupied as late as the ijth century by a Lord 
Rermoy. The ruins consist of a square tower or keep, connected with which was a more 
modern building of superior construction containing the state apa.tinents, within a 
quadrilateral enclosed by strong walls defended at each angle by a tower ; near it is a stone 
bridge over the Puncheon. On this river are some ruined castles of the Condons, viz, 
Dunmahon, Curraghane, and several others. At a place called Labacally, mar Glanworth, 
IS a dolmen, the most ancient of sepulchral monuments, called the ' Hag's bed " 
probably the grave chamber of some noted person. It is an oblong chamber formed by 
great stones, forty feet long on the outsule, and fourteen feet broad. The top stone is 
seventeen feet long, nine feet wide, and in the middle three feet thick. There is no stone 
ot the description nearer than a distance of about ten miles. At Clontinty (the meadow 
of the tires), according to ancient IrL>h MSS., the Druids held four grand festivals during 
ther/ear in honour of fire, under the denomination of Beai-tnrm. A Dominican friary 
wa.> founded here in 1227 by the Roches, and dedicated to the Holy cross, vestiges of 
whi<-h still remain. Near this abbey in a holy well, dedicated to St. Dominick. There is 
a lar^e woollen and fveed fac'.ory at Glanworth, worked by water power, and giving 
employment to several hands. . 



Fairs. 

15' Jan, 16 March, 13 May, 10 Aug, 24 
Sept, 30 Nov. 

Postmaster George Green 

Official. 
Parishes Dunmahon (p. 67), Glanworth 

(P. 69) 

Poor Law Union Fermoy 
Regi-trar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

LV. T. M. W. Ahema, Kil worth. ; i-- 

]-.:'nsa; y open Tu s i.iys and Fridays 
Petiy Sessions District Fermoy, every 

second Monday ; clerk, Richard Hanley 



Quarter Sessions District Ferinoy and 

Midleton 

Resident Magistrate Richard John Eaton 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary P C Creaghe 
Constable Timothy O'Herin 

Gentry and Clergy. 
Aldwo t'u Rev. John, The Gbbe, rector 
Anne'iy John Grove, Ballykeating 
Casey i\ev. Daniel, Main street, P.P. 
Green, James Sullivan, Q.c., Air hill, and 
Sj, Lower Leeson street, Dublin ; crown 
counsel co. Cork ; called to the bar in 
1.41 
RusseH Rev. Jeremiah, Square, R.C.C. 



228 



GLANWORTH GLENGARIFF. 



Traders, Shopkeepers, etc. 
Bourke Thomas, Main street, baker and 

vintner 
Burke Michael, Main street, baker and 

vintner 
Collins Hannah, Main street, baker^ and 

vintner 

Callaghan James, Main street, corn dealer 
Dineen Patrick, Main street, vintner and 

cooper 

Fouhy Mary, Main street, vintner and baker 
Hennessy John, Main street, vintner 
Quinlan Thomas, woollen manufacturer 
Rice Richard, Main street, baker and 

vintner 
Walsh Wiliam, Main street, shopkeeper and 

corn dealer 

Woollen Factor. 
Quinlan Thomas, Glanworth 

Principal Landholders. 
Aherne Bryan, Ballynamona 
Ahern James, Corbally 
Harry William, String 
Barry Timothy, Ballynamona 
Barry Mrs, Ballykeating 
Barry Johanna, Clontinty 
Bourke David, Curraghoobeg 
Browne Mary, Sandville 
Carroll Anthony, Sandville 
Condon Daniel, ('uppage 
Condon David, Ballyclogh 
Courtney William, Dunmahon 
i >elany George, Corbally 
Dilworth Timothy, Dunmahoi 
h'ant Daniel, Corbally 
Fitzgibbon Richard, Ballylegan 



Fleming John, Cornhill 

Foley Francis, Fairenlaheshery vvcs 

Foley Francis, jun, Glan\\ orth 

Foohy James, Ballylega^ 

Foohy Timothy, Dunmahon 

Foohy William, Killeagh 

Fouhy Mary, Main street 

Gallagher Daniel, Farranlaheshery west 

Gallagher Daniel, Clontinty 

Gallagher Denis, Ballynamongarc<. 

Gallagher Martin, Sandville 

Gallagher William, Dunmahoi. 

Gleasure Peter, jun, Moneen 

Gleasure Peter, sen, Moneen 

Hawe David, Ballyquane 

Hawe John. Ballyquanc 

Hawe William, Glanworth 

Keeffe John, Laharan 

Keeffe Luke, Johnstown 

Keeffe Patrick, Glanworth 

Keeffe Patrick Daniel, Johnstown east 

Kiely Patrick, Johnstown 

Noonan Margaret, Labacally 

Noonan John, Johnstown 

Pigott Maurice, Cuppage 

Power William, Bailinaraher 

Reynolds Owen. Stubble close 

Riordan John, Curraghagally north 

Roche John, Ballylegan 

Russell James, Cuppage 

Ryall Samuel, Johnstown west 

Sheehan Cornelius, Laght 

Shinnick Andrew, Johnstown west 

Stackpole Paul, Dunmahon 

Walsh William, Glanworth 

Whelan Thomas, Ballintantassig 

\YiIkinson James, Glanworth 



GLENGARIFF. 

Sub post, money order, and telegraph office, 65 miles from Cork, and II from Bantr- 
(head office). Glengariff is picturesquely situated in a deep rocky glen, at the head of .- 
harbour of the same name, in Bantry bay. This alpine valley is about six miles in lengt 
and a quarter mile in breadth, and enclosed by precipitous hills ; the rocks are wild an 
rugged in the extreme, but endowed by nature with a rich and luxuriant growth of fern- 
arbutus and holly, and rnajestic yew trees, effectively contrasting with the cultivation an 
art displayed in Lord Bantry's lovely demesne, with his handsome residence Gleugarii 
cottage in the centre. From every part of 'the glen some attractive object may be seen ; bu: 
from the steep of Old Berehaven road near the old- bridge, called Cromwell's bridge, now 
a picturesque ruin is to be obtained a glorious panorama of ocean, mountains, rivers, water- 
falls, glen, and bay. The Caha mountains, extending between Bantry bay and the Kenmarc 
river, are of all fosms, altitudes, and outlines, the highest summits being about 2000 feet 
high. The most prominent amongst them is the Sugar-loaf Sieve-na-goil, " the mountain 
of the wild people" 6 miles west of Glengariff : 8 miles west of this mountain is a fine 
waterfall of 800 feet [see Adrigole.] In a little island off GIsngariff, known as Brandy 
island, is a cave used as a depository of smuggled goods in the days when temptation to 
illicit trade was great ; and in connexion with which many wild tales are related. In the 
bay of Glengariff they dredge up coral sand, a very valuable manure. The distance fi 
Glengariff into co. Kerry is about six miles, by a road ascending a mountainous rid:, 
constructed by the celebrated Scotch engineer, Nimmo, and through a tunnel of about 
two hundred yards in length. There are two fine hotels at Glengariff, with first-class 
accommodation for tourists and visitors; public cars run viA Kiliarney and Ma-room 
during the summer. To the botanist this district is specially interesting. In t, er- 
stices of the rocks innumerable ferns, mosses, and lichens grow in the wildest luxu- 
riance ; and there exists in a native state many Spanish, Mediterranean, and American 
flowering plants, and very many American and tropical cryptogamia. In the neighbour- 
hood are numerous loughs, etc. abounding in trout, 



GLENGARIFF GLENVILLE. 



Postmistress Miss Maria Good. 

Conveyances. 

To Bantry mail car at 12 40 p.m, arr. at 
2 20 p.m. 

Castletown Bere mail car at 1 1 55 a.m, 

arr. at 4 5 p.m. 

Macroom car at 10 30 a.m, arr. at 

6 30 p.m. 

Official. 

Parish Kilcaskin (p. 74) 

Poor Law Union Bantry 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. James R. Swanton 
Petty Sessions District Reenmeen, every 

4th Tuesday ; clerk, Richard Nicholson 
Quarter Sessions District Bantry 
Resident Magistrate Charles O'Connell 
Sub-Inspector of Constabulary Andrew 

Monds Harper 
Constable Andrew Igo. 



229 

Justice of the Peace. 

White Robert Hedges Eyre, Glengariff 
castle 

Clergy. 

Carey Rev William J, incumbent Glengariff 
Molyneux Rev John, P.P. 

Schools. 

National Glengariff, pupils, 60 ; teacher, 
Eugene Daly. Derryconnery, 40, John 
Sullivan 

Church Education Glengariff, 16, Maria 
Good. Glenlough, 15, Timothy Driscoll 

Hotels. ^ 

Eccles' Frederick T. Courtis, proprietor 
Roche's Edward James Roche, proprietor 

Principal Landholders. 

Courtis, Frederick T. 
Leary Lewis, Gortroe 



GLENVILLE. 

Sub-post-office, 14 miles north-east of Cork by road, 11 from Fermoy (head office), and 
7 from Rathcormac. Glenville is seated in the valley of the Bride ; to the north are the 
N'agle mountains. 



Fairs May 4, Nov 3. 
Postal. 

Mail despatched at 3 15 p.m. 
Postmaster John Buckley 

Official. 

Parishes Ardnageehy (p. 49), Dunbulloge 

(p. 66) 

Poor Law Union Cork 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. William Donovan ; dispensary open 

on Thursdays 
1'etty Sessions District Rathcormac, every 

second Tuesday ; clerk, John Godson 
Quarter Sessions District Cork 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy 
Sub-Inspector of Constabulary Thomas 

Fleming 
Constable Thomas Caulton. 

National School. 
"upils, 191 ; teacher, John Fagan 

Gentry. 

Hudson Henry, M.D, Glenville house 
Playfair William, Glenville 

Principal Landholders. 

Almond Bartholomew, Graigue east 

Buckly James, Lyrevarrig 

Cahill Maurice, Graigue west 

Cahill Michael, Graigue west 

Clifford John, Ballinaclogh east 

Clifford Timothy (Denis), Ballinaclogh west 

Cotter Laurence, Ballynaglogh east 

Creek Alexander, Ballybrack 



Cronin John, Ballynaglogh west 
Cuffe Bartholomew, Graigv.e east 
Dargan Cornelius, Ballynaglogh east 
Donovan Timothy, Coomhudson 
Driscoll, Patrick, Ballybrack 
Dunlea John, Ballybrack 
Fitzgerald James, Ballynaglogh east 
Flynn John, Ballynaglogh east 
Forde David, Knockaunlour j 
Forde James, Knockaunlour 
Forde James (George), Knockaunloui 
Forde John (David), Knockaunlour 
Forde John (George), KnockaurUour 
Forde John (James), Mullenaboree 
Forde John (Nicholas), Mullenaboree 
Forde Nicholas, Mullenaboree 
Forde Patrick, Mullenaboree 
Hayes George, Ballybrack 
Hayes John, Ballybrack 
Healy Daniel, Ballybrack 
Healy Mathew. Ballynaglogh west 
Hickey Daniel, Graigue west 
Hickey James, Knockalyfe 
Hickey John, Graigue west 
Hickey Maurice, Knockalyre 
Linehtn Jeremiah, Ballynaglogh west 
Linehan Patrick, Graigue west 
Manly Denis, Ballynaglogh 
Manly John, Ballynaglogh east 
Manly Thomas, Ballynaglogh .east 
Moroney Maurice, Ballynaglogh east 
Mulcahy Cornelius, Ballynaglogh west 
Mulcahy Patrick, Ballynaglogh west 
Reardon Denis, Gienville 
Sheehy Richard, Ballybrack 
Tobin Maurice, Ballybrack 



23 



OLOUNTHANE GOLEEN. 
GLO UN THANE or NEW GLANMIRE. 



Sub-post-office, 7 miles from Cork, on the road to You^hal and Queenstov.-n. TT.e 
railway station (Queensto\vn Junction, G. S. & \V.) is distant scarcely '. 
the village of Gluumhane : trains every hour fares, single, KI, yd, 50 ; return. 1,0, 1/2 
9d. The river Lee, entering nearly opposite Passage, flows through iiary's bay, as i. 
Glounthane, and, when it recedes, exposes a large tract of slob tu view : this wr.bte, huw- 
ever, is being gradually reclaimed by the owner, Captain P. Bury, J.P., of Little Island. 
Between the Junction and C'arrigtohill lie Brown Island and Harper's Island. 



Postal. 
Mails arrive at 6 30 a.m. and 2 30 p.m. ; 

despatched at 10 a.m. and 9 p.m. 
Postmaster and Station-master H. Ryan 

Official. 

Parish Cahcrlag (p. 55) 
Poor Law Union Cork 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. D. B. O'Flynn 
Petty Sessions District Riverstown, every 

second Tuesday ; clerk, J . Kennedy 
Quarter Sessions District Cork 
Resident Magistrates J. S. Macleod an-. 

W. R. Starkk 
Sub-Inspector of Constabulary George D. 

Mercer 
Constable Merd. Trumble. 

Justices of the Peace. 
Roche Edward Francis, Johnstown 
Stuart Captain Thomas, R.N, Combermere 

Gentry and Clergy. 
Beamish Ludlow A, Annmount 
Beamish Captain Richd. Pigott, Ashbourne 
Clancy Rev James, P.P., res. Little Island 
Daly Rev John, c.c. 



National School. 
Pupils, 140; teacher, Mr H;r;ihy 

Shojrkaepcrs, etc. 
Ahern Margaret, vintner, Giountliare 
Barry Michael, vintner, Annmount 
Cotter Michael, carpenter, Glounthane 
Donohoe James, vintner, Glounthane 

Principal Landholders. 
Ahern Timothy, Lailiuglanna 
Cotter John, Lackenroe 
Donohoe Denis, Lackenroe 
Donovan Thomas, Ballycurreen 
Donovan Thomas, Sunville 
Edwards Owen, Ballycurreen 
Geary Edward, Lackenroe 
Gleeson Patrick, The Highlands 
Harte James, Rowgarrane 
Martin John, Kilahora 
Martin Joseph, Misor hill 
McCarthy Michael. Ballymacanuerick 
McCarthy Michael, Rowgarrane 
McCarthy Patrick, Rowgarrane 
McCarthy Timothy, Rowgarrane 
Moore Michael, Rowgarrane 
Murphy Bartholomew, Annmount 
Twomey Denis, Rowgarrane 
Wakeham John, Johnstown 



GOLEEN. 

Sub post office, 81 miles from Cork, 8 from Schull, and 22 from Skibbcreen. The 
fishing village of Goleen is 2% miles east of Crookhaven, on the narrow promontory that 
separates the harbour of Crookhaven from the beauriful Dunmanus bay. At ilallydev in, 
formerly Ballydesmond, was a cast c of the <)' ..labours, boldly erected on a rock haiifiiu; 



over the ocean There are many vestiges of castles in this part of the county, belongin 
to the O'.M'ahonys, O'Driscolls, etc., every one of which is fertile in. legends, or has its Ui 
of wild adventure. 

Justices of the Peace. 
Hungerford Richard Beecher, liallyrizard 
O'Grady Carew, (Jarrigmanus liuusu 

Clergy. 
Fisher Rev W. A, rector Kilmoe 



Fairs. 

Jan. 20, March 5, May 25, July 19, Oct. 24, 
Dec. 20 

Postal. 
Mails despatched at 11 25 a.m. daily, and 

10 13 a.m. on Sundays 
Postmaster William Lee 

Official. 

Parish Kilmoe (p. 84) 

Poor Law Union Schull 

Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. James McCormack 
Petty Sessions*!) '-strict Goleen, every 2nd 

Saturday ; clerk, R. T. Baldwin 
Quarter Sessions District Skibbereen 
Resident Magistrate -Charles O'Conne'.l 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary J. C. Carter 
Constable Rutherford Walsh 



O'Connell Rev C, P.P, Ballydevlin 
O' Sullivan Rev D. R.C.C. 

Medical Practitioner. 
McCormack James, La.lydcvlin 

National School. 
Teacher Barth. Wool 

Traders, Shcj-.k^epcr?, etc. 
Donovan Timothy, grovxv and vinii 
Downey Stephen, vu.tu^r 
Nagie John, vintner 
Reiiy Daniel, grocer 
Scully Margaret, draper 



GOLEEN INCHIGEELA. 



Sullivan Roger, vintu- r 
\Vard Thomas, vintner 
\Vhiie Joseph, grocer 

Principal Landholders. 

Cotter James, Lissagriffin 
Coughlan Cornelius, Glanakillen 



Downey Cornelius, Ballyvoge beg 
Downey Stephen, Goleen 
Driscoll Michael, Carranbeg 
Love John M, Enaghoughter 
Love Michael T, Enaghoughter 
Love Thomas, Ballydevlin 
McCarthy Jeremiah, Kilbarry 



INCHIGEELA. 

Sub post-office, 33 miles north-west of Cork, n from Macroom, and 24 from Bantry. 
Inchigeela possesses Protestant and Catholic churches, a constabulary station, two school- 
houses, hotel, etc. The surface is mountainous, rocky, and of wild aspect, but, towards 
the east more level, and in a profitable state of cultivation. About ten miles west of the 
village is the romantic "lone" lake of Gougane Barra the source of the Lee. This lake 
is situated in a picturesque and sequestered spot, in a lofty chain of mountains between 
Cork and Kerry, the utter loneliness and stern magnificence of which it is difficult to 
conceive ; and in whose luggixl and precipitous acclivities the golden eagle is said still to 
breed. St. Finbar who founded a large school or monastery, towards the end of the 
sixth century, around which the city of Cork sprung up lived for some time as a hermit 
in a cell on a small islet in the lake. A long series of ascetics succeeded him here, the 
last of whom was one named Mahony, who lived in this lonely spot for twenty-eight years, 
and died in 1700. This small island, nearly midway in the lake, is overshadowed by 
venerable ash trees. It is connected with the shore by a rude artificial causeway, and the 
greater portion of its surface is covered by the ruins of a chapel, and a cloister containing 
eight cells, rudely constructed of brown stone. Close to the mountains encircling Gougane 
Barra is the celebrated Pass of Keimaneigh (the path of the deer), through which runs 
the high road between Macroom and Bantry. A mountain has been divided by some 
convulsion of nature : precipitous walls of rock, clothed in wild ivy, ferns, and mosses, 
rise to a height of several hundred feet on either side of the gorge. Between the lake of 
Gougane and Inchigeela the Lee expands into a broad sheet of water, called Lough Allua, 
the eastern' exlremity of which is about a mile from Inchigeela. The lake (or rather series 
of lakes) is about four miles in length by one in breadth. All the adjacent country is called 
Iveleary, from the sept of the O'Learys, its ancient owners, and to whom also belonged 
the castles of Carrignacurra (Castle-Masters) and Dromcarra, on the Lee, towards Macroom. 
Carrignacurra \vas garrisoned by Cromwell's troops, and is still in tolerable preservation, 
consisting of a square tower about 100 feet high. About two centuries ago this locality, 
now almost entirely destitute of timber, was a vast forest of oak, birch, ash, and yew, 
abounding with red and fallow deer. There are vast marshes here, clothed with heather 
and aquatic plants, and, in their seasons, frequented by great quantities of water fowl. 
Attempts, hitherto abortive, have been made to drain this extensive quagmire. Formerly, 
some metallic cubes, yellow and shining like gold, were found in this district, and metallic 
ores have, from time to time, been washed out of the adjacent rocks during floods. About 
midway between Inchigeela and Gougane is the village Of Ballingeary, with a Catholic 
church and National .schools. 



Fairs May 31, Aug. 31, Dec. 3 
Postal. 

Mail arrives at 10 a.m. and leaves at 3 p.m. 
Postmaster Patrick I -ehane 

Official. 

Parishes Inchigeel a ( p. 7 1 ), Kilmichael (8 1 ) 
Poor Law Union Macroom 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. Timothy Crowley 
Petty Sessions District Macroom, every 
second Wednesday; clerk, John Grainger 
Quarter Sessions District Macroom 
Resident Magistrate Charles O'Connell 
Sub-Inspector Constabulary T. B. Wilson 
Constable John Timmony 

Clergy. 

Holland Rev Jeremiah, p.p. Cappanaclare 
Lyons Rev John, R.C.C. 
O'Rourke Rev Patrick, A.M, rector 

Medical Practitioner. 
Crowley Dr. Timothy 



National Schools. 
Eight schools in the district, with 18 teachers 

Hotel Keeper. 

Brophy William 

Principal Landholders. 

Barrett Edmond, Carrigbaun 
Brophy William, Inchigeela 
Browne John, Castlemasters 
Buckley Daniel, Canananeclo^h 
Buckley Timothy, Carriganeei.ih 
Buckley Timothy, Gorteenadrolar j 
Cotter Jeremiah, Coolroe 
Cotter Timothy, Gortnaloughra 
Cotter William, Cloughboola 
Cotter William, Gurtnahoughtee 
Creedon Daniel, Rathgaskig 
Creedon Michael, Illaninagh 
Cronin Cornelius, Gorteenakilla 
Cronin Daniel, Inchinaneavc 
Cronin Patrick, Inchibeg 



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INCHIGEBLA INNISCARRA INNISHANNON, 






Cronin Peter, Illaunhiagh 
Dineen Daniel, Milleen 
Field John, Clounshearmore 
Field William, Cooleen 
Galvin John. Gortaneadin 

allivnn John, Gortaknockane 
Uallivan Timothy, CarrignactnTB 
Hallissy Cornelius, Glasheen 
Hallissy Cornelius, Monvaddra 
Hallissy John, Keariheen 
Herlihy Jeremiah, Coornahahilly 
Holland John, Cappanclare 
Hourehane Patrick, Cloughboola 
Kelleher John, Gortnacarriga 
Kelleher Mathew, Gortaocairig* 
Lehnne Jeremiah, Tooreenlahard 
Lucey Cornelius, Cooligrenane 



Lucy D.'nis, Curled, we.i 
Lucey John, Kilmore 
Lucey Patrick, Cooligrenane 
M'Carthy John, Coolnacrannajji 
Murphy Denis, Derreen 
Murphy Denis, Inchigrady 
Murphy Michael, Gortsmoorane 
Oldham Richard, Rossmore 
O'Leary Arthur, Currahy 
O'Leary Jeremiah, Currahy 
Ring Michael, Carrignamuck 
Riordan Daniel, Gortnalour 
Riordan Jeremiah, Inchmossig 
Scriven James, Dromrmallig 
Walsh John, Inchimore 
Walsh Richard, Tooreenduff 
Wiseman Robert. Teeranassig 



INNISCARRA. 

Sub post-office, 8 miles west of Cork and 3 from Ballincollig. At the confluence of the 
Lee and the Bride, are the romantic ruins of the old church of Inniscarra. It was founded 
by St. Senan of Scattery the same commemorated by Moore in his song of " Saint 
Senanus and the Lady." Here is to be found some of the most exquisite scenery on the 
Lee richly wooded demesnes and extensive tracts of grazing land meeting the eye on 
every side. Ardrum, the residence of Mrs. Bayly, sister of Sir George Colthurst, bark, 
is a -fine old-fashioned structure, in excellent preservation, and of considerable extent. 



Postmaster John Williams 

Official. 

Pansh Inniscarra (p. 72) 
Poor Law Unions Cork and Macroom 
Registrar Births, Deaths, and Marriages 

Dr. Rountree, of Ballincollig 
Petty Sessions District Blarney, every 

second Tuesday ; clerk, Thomas Smith, 

of Cloghroe 

Quarter Sessions District Cork 
Resident Magistrate Thomas Dennehy, 

of Midleton 

Sub-Inspector Constabulary J. Mullarky 
Constable John Darby 

Clergy and Gentry. 
Bayly Mrs, Ardrum 
Murray Rev. Thomas, P.p. Innisca