Bandon Estate Rental Records, Durrus area 1854-
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DRAFT BEING UPDATEDTithe Aplottments 1830Griffith Valuation 1850
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Gearhameen and other townlands
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Charles Evanson and Jeremy (Jeremiah), Coughlan of Carrrigmanus his wife Susannah nee Evanson Durrus CourtMay 1720 rent £100It may be that Jeremy Coughlan's grand daughter was the Frances Coughlan who married Thomas Dukelow from Crottees and settled in Clashadoo 1808Extracts from Doherty papers, Castlemahon/ Castlebernard Accounts
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1854/9 from U137/RL/A/026, Cork Archives1874/6 from U137/RL/B/0051870s U137 Bandon Estate Cork Archive, local agent 1870s Charles Skuse, Clashadoo for Colonel Bernard
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Tithe Aplottments 1830 http://www.corkgen.org/publicgenealogy/cork/titheapplot/durrus/tithe.html
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RossmoreRos Mor large Copse or large promontory310 acresGriffith Valuation 1853 http://www.askaboutireland.ie/griffith-valuation/index.xml?action=doNameSearch&PlaceID=295286&county=Cork&barony=Carbery,%20west%20(west%20division)&parish=Durrus&townland=Brahalishhttp://www.askaboutireland.ie/griffith-valuation/index.xml?action=doNameSearch&PlaceID=295286&county=Cork&barony=Carbery,%20west%20(west%20division)&parish=Durrus&townland=BrahalishTithe Aplottments 1831 including Cummer/John Shannon http://titheapplotmentbooks.nationalarchives.ie/reels/tab//004587437/004587437_00348.pdf
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In field west of Attridges off the road a famine graveyard possible marked 'cillín' on Ordnance Survey map or site of old church or pre workhouse refuge for destitute people
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Arthur Attridge, orchard1855 £14.5 now late George Hegartys1874/7
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1874 £25.18 RV £21.5.0
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Arthur Atridge, orchard1903 £29.17.0Adjusted rent £19.18.0Vested July 1909 Advance £383
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John Attridge1855 £9.13.6 interest to Arthur Attridge's account, now Sam Attridges Gearhameen?1874/7£24, increased 1875 £25.18
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William Attridge1855£8.11858 Expense of building £100 Mr. Rollins holds 20 acres1874/6, Rent book has Arthur Attridge for this holding with rent paid by William£12
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1874 £12 OV £10
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William Attridge Senior1856/9
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Thomas Baker, on the water, orchard1855 £19Was a fisherman's cottage thatched, roofed 1860s passed into Shannon family on marriage, family of 14 extended 1910s?, now David Shannon Wester1874/7£24, reduced 1876Shannon used to harvest turf from across bay in Mulroe estate of Richard Townsend, Magistrate,bog could only be accessed at low tide, used to bring we tturf across to Rossmore and on rocks.
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Thomas Baker per James Shannon1874 £19.15.6 QO £17.10
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Jeremiah Connor1855/58£14.16 (plus Brahalish £32.11.9?)Ned Connor in Connection. Back of Eric Dukelows
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Jeremiah Connor1874 £14.9.6 OV £10.151876 to be allowed 7s a year for passage to Daly's farm
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Tim Dawly1854/58£5, £25, ref Rawlings 1858.Now David Shannon, Brahalish House
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John Dealy1875£27.6.8
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John Daly1874 £22.18.0 OV £20.10Issue over payment receipt by Colonel Bernard produced showing rent paid to 1876Skuse to see Daly to show he paid his rent to Bandon Office
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John Daly1903 £17.17.6 same amount forgiven 1903Vested 22nd July 1909 Advance £344
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Ann Dukelow1854 £11.10, 1858Possession of this farm taken 3 December 1858, crops sold to William Attridge
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William Evans11874/6 PRV £8.3.0£11.1
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Rawlings.Quarry Rossmore later went bankrppt and later ran car from Bantry185820 acres1 October 1858 £100 building (Quarry Captain's residence now owned by Eric Dukelow).Deed 1879 Rawlings then a bankrupt lease of 1874 free of mortgage acquired by William Dukelow 45 acres Rossmore and Brahalish. Witness William Dukelow Junior farmer.
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Reps George Rawlings now William Dukelow, includes Slate Quarry£231876 £2 paid to Colonel Bernard allowance for slate and quarry £11878 quarry allowance £21879 quarry allowance £2 cutting rock £5Reconcilation of accounts amounts paid to Charles Skuse and Colonel Bernard to balance Earl of Bnadon's acccount, Acccount now closed to May 1875
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James Shea1855/6`£12.18.6, 1858 £8.10
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Dan Wholly1854/59£11.1High ground near Jackie Shannons known as Whelly's Height.
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Jerry Connor1854 Tim Connor1874/6£14Richie and Noel Dukelow, Brahalish and Christy Ahakista have the land. Was located up lane north of Eric Dukelow's old house.
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Dan Wholey1854/1859£11.1
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James Wholey1874/6 OV £8.10£6, £12 in 18751877 part cash to Charles Skuse for Colonel Bernard, allowance for passage to slate quarry 7s
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Rossmore Slate Quarry
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John Carthy of Clasadoo1879 half year £5
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BrahalishBreach Lios, spotted fort784 acresGriffith Valuation 1853 http://www.askaboutireland.ie/griffith-valuation/index.xml?action=doNameSearch&PlaceID=295286&county=Cork&barony=Carbery,%20west%20(west%20division)&parish=Durrus&townland=BrahalishTithe Aplottments 1830 http://titheapplotmentbooks.nationalarchives.ie/reels/tab//004587459/004587459_00143.pdfhttp://titheapplotmentbooks.nationalarchives.ie/reels/tab//004587437/004587437_00347.pdfhttp://titheapplotmentbooks.nationalarchives.ie/reels/tab//004587437/004587437_00347.pdf
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Areas along the coast where seaweed grew were connected to tenants in surrounding townlandsIn 1843 when coast road was being built the Brahalish Bracelet c 500 BC was discovered currently in British MuseumSeries of walkways from shore where seaweed carried on baskets.Burial ground for children horzontal mill stone near farmhouse of David Shannon wester oral tradition that there was monastery on site.
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William Dukelow now occupied by Richie Dukelow and Pat McCarthy.1854/59£31.14.61874.7Dukelows up to 1910 used to harvest turf from across bay in Mulroe estate of Richard Townsend, Magistrate, bog could only be accessed at low tide, used to bring turf across to Brahalish
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William Dukelow1874 GVA £20, rent £39.6.81877 part rent paid to Charles Skuse (Agent Clashadoo) for Colonel Bernard1879 part Railway Abatement1880 Railway Guarantee £1.17.9Deed 1879 Rawlings then a bankrupt lease of 1874 free of mortgage acquired by William Dukelow 45 acres Rossmore and Brahalish. Witness William Dukelow Junior farmer.
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Reps (W and R Dukelow?) William Dukelow, wife Margaret, 57 acres1891 £26.10
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Reps W Dukelow W and R Dukelow 57 acres1902 £13.15.9 Valuation £31Vested 22nd July 1909 Advance £504
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Cornelius Harrington1855£6.5.01874/6 (as Curly Harrington)£7.11874 £6.19.6
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Dan Harrington1855/81855 £2.151874/5£4, 1876 £3.15.5
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Mary Harrington1892 £4.15.0 Valuation £4.15.0Vested 22 July 1909 Advance £91
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Daniel Harrington decd Thomas Golding, 5 acres1891 £2.10.0 Valuation £2.10Vested 22 July 1909 advance £38
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John King1855/58, 1855/9 4.5 acres £1.10William Dukelow for King's lot Brahalish 7.5 acres £6.10
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Catherine Shannon1903 £14,10.Vested 22 July 1909 Advance £312
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David Shannon Richard1874/6£38.1June 1877 £18 David Shannon Wester now has this.
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1874 £36 GRV £38.16
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David Shannon 104 acres 1 rood 32 perches1892 £20 Valuation £28.16. land £26.15Vested 10th October 1904 £383
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Reps ?ShannonRent £20.17.4 GRV £15.101877 part rent paid cash to agent Charles Skuse for Colonel Bernard
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John Shannon1855/9£23.836 acresMay be John Shannon below
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John Shannon1854/59£32.7.61874/77, (as John Shannon Senior)£22.1
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John Shannon Junior1874/7£23.11875 £22.13.4 GRV £
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Allowance 1879 cow house stable
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John Shannon Junior Mary Shannon, 33 acres 2 roods, 36 perches1892 £17.5.0 Valuation £17 land £16
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John Shannon SeniorRent 1874 £20.13.4 GRV £16.151880 Railway Abatement 2s 7d
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Mary Shannon1855/9£7.13.6
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Reps John Shannon Mary Shannon then William Shannon, 65 acres1892 £17 Valuation16.18 land £14New rent of £14.10 agreed 10 Aug 1903
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Mary Shannon1904 £17.2.6Vested 22nd July 1909. Advance £312
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John M Shannon 32 acres 3 roods 1 perch 1892 £11.10.0 Valuation £15Vested 22nd July 1907 Advance £220
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Richard Shannon1874/7£15.18.3GRV £15
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Richard Shannon (1889)1892 £25 Valuation £24 land £21.15.0
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Richard ShannonAmalgamated 1902 with No 66? £25 rent , new rent £21.15.0 Vested 22nd July 1909 Advance £468
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Michael Shannon1855/58£6.18.6
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Robert Shannon1855/9£28Now Robert Shannon Brahalish
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Robert Shannon1874/7£32
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Mrs Robert Shannon1874 £28.19.9 GRV £24
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Thomas Shannon1874/6£38, reduced 1876
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1874 £32.12.9 GRV £28.5
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Thomas Shannon now Father Michael Kearney then William Kearney, probably the 'Cummer' farm, 248 acres 1 rood 35 perchesFather Kearney was from a wealthy farming family in Manch, Dunmanway, a local wit composed a satire on him mentioning a sister who married a Protestant.1892 £90 Valuation £28.5.0, land £27Vested 22nd July 1909 Advance £345
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Thomas Shannon Junior1892 £16.10 Valuation £15.10Vested 10th October 1904 £315
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Thomas Shannon Jnior1905 ££11.1.2Vested 22nd July 1909 £315
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Widow Shannon1855£42.14.6, 1859?
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William D. Shannon1854£23.8.0
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William Shannon1905 £13.8.02Vested 22nd July 1909 Advance £383
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Timothy Sullivan1855-58£23.2 Part of Brahalish House, descendants in USA over recently.
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Timothy Sweeney1855/8£6.3.10
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James Williamson1855/8£261874 rent £30, GRA £14.181879 allowance for slate and timber for new house
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Reps James Williamson and Sarah Williamson1892 £24.10 Valuation £24.10 (land £21)
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John Williamson1908 £7.7.8Vested 22nd July 1909 Advance £211
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Sarah Williamson1902 £24.10 Valuation £24.10.0 land £21, calculate arrears at £21 rentVested 22nd July 1909 Advance £422
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Richard Williamson1855/58£18.3.01874/7 (James Williamson on rental register index)£18Ref Richard Williamson to Agent R.W.Doherty, William Shannon offered £274, Brahalish U137/CB/A/12 Cash Book
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1874 £18.10 GRV £13.10
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Reps Richard Williamson John Williamson1892 £18.10.0 Valuation £13.10.0, land £12.15.0 Judicial Rent £11Vested 10th October 1904 £211
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David WilliamsonJune 1877 £7.6.8 Went to Kealties Pink House after Sonny Hosford's garage
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Durrus CourtGriffith Valuation 1853Tithe Aplottmenta 1830 http://titheapplotmentbooks.nationalarchives.ie/reels/tab//004587437/004587437_00350.pdf
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Earl of BandonUsed as a summer house by Lord BandonJourney 1836 Dublin Penny Journal http://durrushistory.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=373&action=editCul na Long Castle built by the McCarthy Muclagh (pigs from the herds of pigs they had grazing in woods early 17th century) they had been in Scart on Bantry/Cork road.)26 June 1877 allowance to Jeremiah Crowley re drawing gravel to Court £1 15s Cash Book: U137/CB/A/12, 19 June 1877 Paid Jehr Crowley £3 for drawing stone to Durrus Cottages
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John Attridge1856£21.3.61856 William Attridge £21.3.6, new house built 49 acres?
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William Dukelow1855/58£35 (check figure)
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Dan Sullivan (Mason)1854£4
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Griffith Valuation 1853
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Sea Lodge
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Location of pier used to land sea coral/sand used for fertilising landLocation of Old Grain Store
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