Convert Rolls, and Public Recantations, Co. Cork 18th and 19th Century and a Protestant Converts to be Catholic
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NameDateAreaDiocesesNoteDr. Edward Mac Lysaght notes on families of Gaelic Origin
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Many of the conversions were done in old age for conveyancing and sucession planning purposes of dubious sincerity
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Mary Allen1727YoughallWife of William Allin (as spelled), Youghal, Co. Cork
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Rev. Richard Archibold, SJ20th March 1755John T. Collins, Newspaper Extracts unclear if Cork
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Father Laurence Arundell1762Of Ardfield Dioceses of Ross CorkRev. Laurence Arundel, Cork
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Catherine Ash1767Cork
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Edmund Barrett1728Knuckonrane (Knockeencon?)CorkNorman
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Edmond Barrett Gent1748Towermore, Co. CorkCloyne
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Edmd. Barrett1753Inniscarra, Co. CorkCloyne
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Edmond Barrett , Esq.1782City of Cork
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Edward Barrett 1755Corke, Parish St. Peter
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John Barrett, Gent1734Cork
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Thomas Barrett1765DunderrowCorke
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William Barrett1753Iniscarra, Co. Cork
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William Barrett1768IniscarraPublic Recantation not clear if it is the same as above also on same day Denis HallseyDr. Casey, Vol t John T Collins newspaper references
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David Barry1778CorkNorman
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Elizabeth Barry1761Corke, Parish Holy TrinityCorkElizabeth Barry alias Connor
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Elizabeth Barry1761CorkMrs Elizabeth Barry daughter of Thomas Barry, late of said city butter merchant deceased. Spinster in some documentation
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Elizabeth Barry1779Of the parish of Glanworth
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Ellen Barry alias Pilerson1768Kilsale (Kinsale?)Peterson otherwise Barry, EllenDr Casey has a marriage 1763 Robert Peterson to Elinor Barry, Dioceses of Cork and Ross
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James Barry Gent1763Ballinaltig, Co. CorkCloyne
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Joseph Barry, Esq. M.D.1763MallowCloyneDoctor of Physic
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Joseph Barry, Esq. M.D.1764MallowCloyneM.D., different dates from other Dr. Barry
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Philip Barry1757Corke, Parish St. Mary's Shandon
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Philip Barry1761Carriglough, Parish Castletown-RocheCloyneEldest son of Mr. James Barry, CarrigloughMay be Philip Barry Middle Temple 1761, Carrigleagh, eldest son of James decd. Gent, conformed to Church of Ireland in accordance with Penal Laws, admission Middle Temple Register 1661-1781, Vol 1, Linen Hall Library Belfast, Convert Rolls
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Philip Barry, Esq.1764Cork, Parish St. PaulOf Rock-Grey, Co. Cork
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William Barry, Gent.1759Inshegeely, Parish Inshegeely, Co. CorkCorkOf Grage (Graigue), Co. Cork
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William Barry, Gent.1769InschegelaghCorke
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Catherine Barter1770St. Nicholas Cork public recantationNational Archive register
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Peter Bermingam1735Dioceses of RossGent.
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Thomas Bermingham1744CorkNorman
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Margaret Blackburn1769CastlehavenRoss
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Mary Boyton1768Mitchelstown, Co. Cork
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Jane Browne otherwise Ray1773KilworthNorman
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Very Rev. John Butler, Catholic Bishop of Cork1787Butler inherited the title of Baron Dunboyne in December 1785 on the death of his nephew Pierce Edmond Creagh Butler, 11th Baron Dunboyne. Butler was childless and the Barony threatened with extinction if he had no heir, but as a priest, he was not permitted to marry.[1] n December 1786, he resigned as bishop and asked the pope for a dispensation from the ban on clerical marriage. No dispensation was given. In spite of the refusal, in 1787 he married Maria (1764/5-1860), daughter of Theobald Butler, and took the oath of allegiance, abjuration, and supremacy.[1]
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Mary Bryan1770(HC 13/8/1770) -On Sunday the 5th inst. Mary Bryan and Maurice Hickey, renounced the tenets of the Church of Rome, and embraced the Protestant religion in the parish church of Kilworth, Diocese of Cloyne.
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William Bryen1770Shoemaker, Milltown, Co. Cork, took oath not on register
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Thomas Byon1770St. Nicholas, Cork public recantationNational Archive register
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Richard Burke13th March 1722North Cork and Attorney Lower Ormond Quay, DublinFather of Edmund Burle relation of Joseph Nagle the most hated Cork Attorney of Cork Protestants owner of lands at Blackock. Ballinure lands held in trust for him by TuckeysJohn T. Collins, newspaper extract 30th May 1757 of notes due to Joseph Nagle decd to him or Alderman Dawson, Jervois St or La ToucheSon Edmund b. 12 Jan. 1729, 12 Arran Quay, Dublin [or Ballywater, Shanballymore, home of James Nagle]; second son of fifteen children to Richard Burke, a Dublin attorney who appears to have conformed to Anglicanism to practice law, and Mary Nagle (c.1702–70), of Ballyduff [home of her f. Patrick Nagle];
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Daniel Cahalan1781Courtmacsherry
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John Cahalane1786GortnacrishyFarmer
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Anstace Cahill 1734Rathcooney, Co. CorkCorkSpinsterÓ Cathail, personal name of Cathal (Charles) meaning strength
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John Cahill Junior, Gent.1769WhitewellCloyne
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Charles Callaghan1762CloyneÓ Ceallacháin, eponymous ancestor Ceallacháin, King of Munster d 952, branch transplanted from Cork under Cromwwell to East Clare.
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Cormick Callaghan1783Traphall, not certain if Co. Cork
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Daniel Callaghan, Gent.1766AughadownRossIn the general area Callaghans were intermarried with descendants of Hull of Leamcon
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Ellen Callaghan1764Parish St. Peter
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James Callaghan1748SkullCork
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John Callaghan Gent.1735Dronmore (Dromore?), Co. Cork
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John Callaghan Gent.1748Carrigrohane, Parish CarrigrohaneCork
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Timothy Callaghan, Gent.1735Dronmore (Dromore?), Co. Cork
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Timothy Callaghan1762MallowCloyne
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Dominick Callanan1783Dr. Casey in 1784 has a Domick Callanan marrying Jane Minton Dioceses of Cork and RossNo place given may be Cork Callanans promnent Apothecaries and Doctors, hereditary Doctors to the McCarthysÓ Ceallanáin
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Dorothy Callanan1752CreaghRossDr Casey has a Dorothy Cullinane marrying Daniel Pearse 1752 name different but more associated with Creagh then Callanan
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Thomas Callanane1770/71CharlevilleCloyne
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Derby Canty1784KinsaleMason
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John Carey, Gent.1768Now of Dublin, Newtown, Co. CorkÓ Ciardha
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Laurence Crowley1787Near Castlefreke, RosscarberyBlacksmithSame day Daniel Connolly, farmer, Rosscarbery, Timothy Carthy, farmer, Woodfield, Jeremiah Carthy, farmer, Woodfield, John Corkeran, farmer, near Skibbereen, John Collins, ramer, near Clonakilty, Jeremiah Crawley (Crowley), shopkeeper, Sjkibbereen, Maurice Collins, farmer, Woodfield, enrolled.
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Timothy Carthy1782KinsaleTobacconist
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Laurence Crowley1787Near Castlefreke, RosscarberyBlacksmithSame day Daniel Connolly, farmer, Rosscarbery, Timothy Carthy, farmer, Woodfield, Jeremiah Carthy, farmer, Woodfield, John Corkeran, farmer, near Skibbereen, John Collins, ramer, near Clonakilty, Jeremiah Crawley (Crowley), shopkeeper, Sjkibbereen, Maurice Collins, farmer, Woodfield, enrolled.
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Rev. Thomas Chinnery1788Popish PriestMillstreetPaid £20 in 1807 Grand Jury presentments as conformed clergyman. Insolvent in Gaol CMC 19th July 1811
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John Coghlan1748Cork
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John Coghlan1771Kilograhan (Kilcrohane, Muinter Bháire?)Recentation of Popish ErrorsPaddy O'Keeffe papers
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John Cole1763RinecurraneCorkEnglish
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John Collins, Esq.1768Crookhaven, took oath not on register
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Laurence Crowley1787Near Castlefreke, RosscarberyBlacksmithSame day Daniel Connolly, farmer, Rosscarbery, Timothy Carthy, farmer, Woodfield, Jeremiah Carthy, farmer, Woodfield, John Corkeran, farmer, near Skibbereen, John Collins, farmer, near Clonakilty, Jeremiah Crawley (Crowley), shopkeeper, Sjkibbereen, Maurice Collins, farmer, Woodfield, enrolled.
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Joseph Collins Gent.1756Rathcool, Co. CorkÓ Coileáin (coileáin, whelp), in West Cork more likey Ó Cuileáin of the Corca Laoide
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Laurence Crowley1787Near Castlefreke, RosscarberyBlacksmithSame day Daniel Connolly, farmer, Rosscarbery, Timothy Carthy, farmer, Woodfield, Jeremiah Carthy, farmer, Woodfield, John Corkeran, farmer, near Skibbereen, John Collins, farmer, near Clonakilty, Jeremiah Crawley (Crowley), shopkeeper, Skibbereen, Maurice Collins, farmer, Woodfield, enrolled.
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Tim Collins1769Kilnagross (Clonakilty)Public recantation with Cornelius Donovan and Tim SullivanDr. Casey, Vol t John T Collins newspaper references
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Teresa Comerford1769Rathconery Church of IrelandCork?Immediately after married Liutenant Hamilton 54th Regiment of FootRelated to hennessy Congac familyComerford family history
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John Condon, Gent.1729Marshallstown, Co. CorkCambro-Norman
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Jeremiah Connell1753BallymartleCork
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Morgan Connell, Gent.1730CorkÓ Conaill
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Mary Cotter alias Connell1761Parish ChristchurchCorkDr. Casey has a marraige 1756 William Cotter to Mary Connel a date od 1762 is also given possibly the birth of a childHiberno-Danish confirmed by DNA analysis, Mac Coitir formerly Mac Oitir from Norse personal name
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1789Richard Cotter MDDoctorRossa??? Convert Rolls 1789
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Laurence Crowley1787Near Castlefreke, RosscarberyBlacksmithSame day Daniel Connolly, farmer, Rosscarbery, Timothy Carthy, farmer, Woodfield, Jeremiah Carthy, farmer, Woodfield, John Corkeran, farmer, near Skibbereen, John Collins, farmer, near Clonakilty, Jeremiah Crawley (Crowley), shopkeeper, Sjkibbereen, Maurice Collins, farmer, Woodfield, enrolled.
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William Cotter1790Coole, Co. Cork
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Coughlan Familyc 1600Carrigmanus, GoleenCorkHad been client of O'Mahonys swithched to Hul and Richard BoyleLong line of lndowenrs and clergymen attornies descend.Agent to Devonshire estates West Waterford
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James Coughlan1771Kiloghran, Church, CorkeRosemary FFolloitt
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Laurence Coughlan1761Parish St. PetersÓ Cochláin
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Darby Connellan,Gent.1729Parish Canaway, Co. CorkÓ Conalláin
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Edmund Connellan1762Carrowgrohane, Parish CarrigrohaneCork
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Laurence Crowley1787Near Castlefreke, RosscarberyBlacksmithSame day Daniel Connolly, farmer, Rosscarbery, Timothy Carthy, farmer, Woodfield, Jeremiah Carthy, farmer, Woodfield, John Corkeran, farmer, near Skibbereen, John Collins, farmer, near Clonakilty, Jeremiah Crawley (Crowley), shopkeeper, Skibbereen, Maurice Collins, farmer, Woodfield, enrolled.
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Laurence Crowley1787Near Castlefreke, RosscarberyBlacksmithSame day Daniel Connolly, farmer, Rosscarbery, Timothy Carthy, farmer, Woodfield, Jeremiah Carthy, farmer, Woodfield, John Corkeran, farmer, near Skibbereen, John Collins, farmer, near Clonakilty, Jeremiah Crawley (Crowley), shopkeeper, Sjkibbereen, Maurice Collins, farmer, Woodfield, enrolled.
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John Connor1737PriestCloyneÓ Conchobháir
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Richard Coughlan1769Recanted St. Peter's ChurchCork Evening Post February 1769
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Danel Crane1770ClonakiltyPublically renounce Popety and embrace Protestantism with William Hieas (O'Hea or Hayes?)Dr. Casey, Vol 6 John T Collins newspaper references
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Andrew Creagh, Gent.1751Creagh, now of DublinCraobhach adjectival name from craobh, branch often associated with O'Neill of Co. Clare
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Catherine Creagh1787City of CorkDr Casey has two marriages for Catherine Creagh one 1788 to Denis Moylan possibly Catholic may be Merchant family other William Stawell 1775 possibly Kinsale family
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John Creagh, Esq. M.D.1748Doneraile, Co. Cork
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Michael Creagh?
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Patrick Croneen (now Cronin) 1724/25CorkÓ Cronín possiby from crón brown swarthy valour Erenaghs of Gougán Barra sept of Corca Laoidhe
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Philip Croneen, Gent.1730Curriglass, Co. CorkOnly surviving son fo Timothy Croneen, late Knocknagree
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Jane Croke alias Coppinger1740Magourney, Co. CorkWife of Mr. Warren Croke, son of Thomas Croke the Younger of Maourney (Macroney?)Thomas Crooke, 1680, Crookstown. Thomas was married to Ellen, the daughter of Teige McDermod MacCarthy who was Lord of Muskerry. The Crookes were descended from Sir Thomas Crooke who had founded BaltimoreCroke: Cróc, Coppinger, Norse
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Father Croly varously spelledc 1834Formerly PP Coursies later OvensDispute with Bishop of Cork author various pamphlets
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Michael Crowe1768, Baker, MacEnchroe, Mac Conruabha
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Ann Crowly1769Read her recantation St. Nicholas, CorkNational Archive register
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Father Crowley1807Provided for in 1807 Grand Jury presentments as confirmed clergyman
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Catherine Crowly1736Parish of Tracton, Co. CorkO Crualaoich (cruadh hard, laoich warrior) said to have come to West Cork from Moylurg in Co. Roscommon
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