Dunmanway (Fanlobbus) Church of Ireland, Methodist Baptisms, from 1640
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1699 Dives Downes Visitation30 English families stayed at Captain Parker's house at BallimoneyResidents Walter Plummer, 5 ploughlands north side of River Bandon at Nedinagh, Liutenant Flower, Mr.Fare, Mr. Dart, Mr. Clerke, Mr.White.
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1854 Report on Workhouse7 went to church previous Sunday 137 to chapelhttps://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=gmail&attid=0.1&thid=14210caaf8ff5bdc&mt=application/pdf&url=https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?ui%3D2%26ik%3D44b1b12bc1%26view%3Datt%26th%3D14210caaf8ff5bdc%26attid%3D0.1%26disp%3Dsafe%26zw&sig=AHIEtbT-MZv7g_zBn-2OI8T4szCO2h8OXwCork Archives
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BaptismsBuried aged 19 15th December 1855
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Pre 1670John SmithDunmanwayBlacksmith 's son Hart, admitted Trinity 1717, aged 21Dr. Casey
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Pre 1670William ThompsonDunmanwayLease of 1724 referred to as 'The Elder" lease of Knockmadra, also named Anthony Litten.Memorial 37483
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Pre 1690Samuel SweetInniskeaneDeed, listed in Dr. Casey, Vol 8
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Pre 1690William BlairEleanor PatricksonDunmanwayDeed of 1713 alos mentioned Roger Fenwick (Married Cox's daughter), Walter Plummer, William Daly, John Gary, John PatricksonMemorial 4996
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Pre1690Nicholas Skolfield (Shoefield)DunmanwayNamed in deed Cox to Warren, 1718, 370 acres KIlbarry Cox to Warren, May be Vicar, married Cox's daughterhttp://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=12993&my_indexer=AnneChamney
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Pre 1690, Cox's TenantsAllen, William Atkins, Joseph Bennett, William Blaire (Blair), Andrew Blake, Richard Bowles, William Daunt, John Deane, ..Gay, Robert Gold (Good?), Abel Harris, Abraham Harris, William Hicks, ..Hungerford, John Jennings, Thomas JOhnson, Anthony Litten, John Maddy, Dodgin Moakes, Gilbert Mellafont, ..Moore, Joseph Moore.Nicholas Seymour, John Rhemes, Darby Reen, Philip Reding, John Pinfold, Thomas Owgan (Morgan?)..Nott, ...Tonson, Benjamin Stuke, ...Stuke. John Smith, ..Skilfield, ..Wade, ..Warnar (Warner), John Young, John YoungDunmanwayRent Roll Estae of Michael Cox, Registry of Deeds, 12th December 1725http://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=40849&my_indexer=Roz%20McC
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4/22/1694John CoxDunmanwayMarried Rankin from Ulster died 1747 Lancaster Co. PennApplication of descendant Simeon Oliver Coxe Jnr to join National Sciety Sons of the American Revolutin 1956
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1696Hart SmithDunmanwayAdmitted Trinity 1717 aged 21, educated Mr. Hill, Bandon father John Smith, Blacksmith, DunmanwayMA 1724Dr. Casey
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Pre 1799Anthony Litten William ThompsonDunmanwayLitten named in lease of Knockmadra with William Thompson the elder so there must have beeen a juniorMwmorial 37483, Vol 57, p 105 1724,
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Pre 1700Michael GouldDunmanwayWitness to deed involving Edmond and Elizabeth Neagle, Drinagh, 1746, Genthttp://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=111644&my_indexer=Roz%20McC
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Pre 1710Michael and Elizabeth NeagleDerryclagh, DrinaghDeed of 1746, son Lukehttp://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=111644&my_indexer=Roz%20McC
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Pre 1720John WallisReturned to town where he had buck house for bleaching linen encouraged by Sir Richard Cox, 1756http://corkgen.org/publicgenealogy/cork/potpourri/corkancestors.com/Dunmanway.htm
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1720George MellifontDunmanwayDeed described 1729 aged 9, minor son of Gilbert Melifont,Rev. Robert Sholfeld mentionedGarrygreenard 378 acres Robert Gould Daniel Mcarthy Gent Dunmanway witnesses, Dr. Casey Vol 8 2246
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Pre 1720Robert GouldDunmanwayWitness to 1759, deed Genthttp://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=131767&my_indexer=Coleby
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Pre 1720James Ballard, Barnbas DeaneDunmanwayBallard schoolmaster, Deane clerk both witnesses in deedd 1755 marriage settlement Blennerhassett to AlleynMemorial no 118953,Vol 299 p 176.http://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=118953&my_indexer=Roz%20McC
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1724Frances ClerkeBallyteenbrack, Fanlobbus
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c1725Edward ScouldhamEdmond from Limerick, Mary McCarthyColcelureEdward Shouldham marriage to Mary McCarthy (heiress) acquired the McCarthy estates 10,000 in 1860.Subscribed to Smith's History of Cork, 1749
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1724 DeedWilliam Thompson servant to Richard CoxDunmanway`Memorial 37383
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Pre 1725Barnabas Deane James BallardDunmanwayDeane clerk, witness to deed 18th June 1755 of famiy settlement Alleyn to Blennerhassett Ballard schoolmaster
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Pre 1730John BryanMother Elizabeth CrippsKnockeenbue, Yellow HillDeed of 8th August 1763, farmer, died 1813Memorial 118953 vol 176 p.299
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Pre 1730George ClarkeManchDeed 1771 party with Elizabeth Baldwin nee Herrick (father Apotecary Cork mother King), John Baldwin Clifton Cork Thoms Clarke mentioned witness James Carthy, farmer Manch Memorial 187756Deed 1772 with James Gillman, BalteenbrackMemorial 202824
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c1730Ann BlennerhassettRev. ThomasDunmanwayEldest daughter of Rev. Thomas, married 1755, Thomas Alleyn, Ballyowan Memorial no 118953,Vol 299 p 176http://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=118953&my_indexer=Roz%20McC
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1730Nicholas MansfieldDunmanwayDied aged 80, Macroom, 1810
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Pre 1730Thomas WolfeKIlvirronLIfe in deed of Knockeenboy Roger Fenwick to John Bryan for KnockeenboyRon Price
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Pre 1730Benjamin and Charity SwayneDunmanwayWitmesses to deed of Knockeenboy Roger Fenwick to John Bryan for KnockeenboyRon Price
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Pre 1740Luke NeagleSon of Edmond and ElizabethDerryclhagh, DrinaghDeed of 1746http://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=111644&my_indexer=Roz%20McC
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c1740Francis HarrisDunmanwayBecame doctor/apothecary, married Jane Bellingham Swan dau of Rector of Desert at Balllymoney 8th March 1771.http://members.iinet.net.au/~nickred/newspaper/index.html
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1741Henry PattisonFanlobbusMarried Ann Stanley 1761 Murragh Records
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1743Thomas HolmesDunmanwayDied 1830 aged 87Basil O'Cnnell newspaper extracts Dr. Casey Vol 6
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1746Will JagoeFanlobbusMarried Mary Baldwin, Kilbrogan, Murragh Records
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1748William NorwoodBallihallig/BallghalwickMaster of Charter School died 1836, wife Frances, buried St. Mary's Church of Ireland. Buried with son William and his wife Letitia William is said to have died 1916?http://boards.ancestry.com/thread.aspx?mv=flat&m=3652&p=localities.britisles.ireland.crk.generalLand Agents/landlords House demolished in the 1960s
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John Atkinsd. 1803choralkat on ancestry.com
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Elizabeth PyneDunmanwayDied 1796, spinsterGenealogical Publishing Co 1930, Index to the Prerogative Wills of Ireland Editoe Sir Arthur Vicar
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20th May 1753, DublinLemuel Schouldham (Shouldham)Father Edward,mother Judith Usher, Cappagh, Co. Waterford.Baptised St. Peters and St. Kevin's Church , Dublin.Ancestry.com
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25th September 1755Thomas ShouldhamGeneral Tomas Shuldham died in London 14th March 1833 leaving a wife and 2 sons John and Thomas and a daughter now Mrs.. 78, and spent a long time in India retired on half pay and lived since in Cheltenham.Evanson Family History
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1759Master ShouldhamProperty to be let during minority of Master Shouldam 7 years 800-900 acres at Gleanarough Apply Dr. Creagh, or James Galway Tullyglass near InniskeaneAugust 1766Dr. Casey Vol 6 Collins abstracts
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Pre 1760Henry Hayes Jagoe Esq.Dunmanway Deed of 1800 mill and mill land demised to him from Richad Vowell (related to Cox), Bath and Alexander Hutchinson, DublinTrustees may number Bent Ball, Ruxborough, Cork, Rev. Samuel Beamish, MOunt Beamish, Rev. James Harris, Ballyshall, directed by Henry Case America formerly Dunmanway, Richard Vowel, Bath also mentionedMemorial 348662
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Pre 1760Francis HolmesDunmanway 1802 witness to deed InnkeeperMemorial 360955
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Pre 1760John McGovernReferred to as linen weaver in deed of 1809 as John McGovern 'The Elder'http://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=417655&my_indexer=RonPriceMay have come down from Leitrim/Fermanagh in connection with linen invited by Richard Cox
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Pre 1760Joseph McMullanMilleenaig?Owner of bleach mill being assigned 1809http://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=417655&my_indexer=RonPriceMay have come down from the orthin connection with linen invited by Richard Cox
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Pre1760William MauleBallincarriga CastleAssignor of lease 1804 to John Bryan, West Kilronanhttp://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=417657&my_indexer=RonPrice
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Pre 1760Charles AttridgeDunmanwayWitness in deed 1778 shoemaker Memorial 359087
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1764Goodhand ClarkeThomas 1748-1788 Inch, DunmanwayMarried Barbara Pattison 1788 died 1837 9 childrenancestry
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Barbara PattisonJOhn-1784Inch, DunmanwayMarried Goodhand Clarke 1788 died 1836, 72, 9 childrenancestry.com
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c1765Mary CrippsDunmanwayDeed pre marriage 1786 referes to her father Thomas groom John Morgan decd, Victualler, son of Ryder Cork Memorial 401532
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Pre 1765John JagoDunmanwayTwins baptised KIlbrogan, Bandon he is described as of Dunmanwayhttp://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~sharonmh/Cork.Registers/Ballymodan%20P144%20011.htm
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25th October 1767, at St. Peters Cork, RenunciationJames McCarthyDunmanwayRenunciations were often done for commercial reasons and those who did often remained 'Crypto-Catholics'
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1768Henry Hayes Jagoe Esq.DunmanwayDied aged 56 leaving large family 1824Deed of settlement 1827 names probable children, Edward, Benjamin, Amelia, Phoebe (2nd eldest married 1825 Drimoleague, James Sealy the Glebe Kinneigh).Hester, Jame Catherine, Mary, Ellen. Trustees of settlement Nicholas Bird Jagoe. Joseph Good, Rock ViewMemorial 553313
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Pre1770Jeremiah Daly, William DalyMaulnarogaNames in a number of deeds c 1800, both Masonshttp://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=417657&my_indexer=RonPricehttp://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=417655&my_indexer=RonPrice
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Pre 1770Richard ForbesMillleenaigLinen bleacher and linen weaver ssigning interest in bleachmill 1809 to John Bryan, Kilronanhttp://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=417655&my_indexer=RonPrice
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Pre 1770John James BryanDunmanwayYeoman named in deed of 1804http://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=417657&my_indexer=RonPrice
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Pre 1770Robert BowdenReferred to in deed of 1809 as 'Captain' and father of Richard Cox Bowden.http://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=417655&my_indexer=RonPrice
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1770-1778Ann, Henry 1770-1837, Edward1771-1833, Jane 1772-. JOhn 1773, Nancy 1776-, Herbert 1777-1836, Richard 1778- GillmanEdward Gillman 1740- Jane Doherty c1745Woodbrook, Dunmanway
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Pre 1779John BryanKilronanReferrred to in deed of 1809 as 'Yeoman' taking assignment of linen bleaching yard from Richard Forbes,.http://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=417655&my_indexer=RonPrice
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c1770Richard HammettDunmanway or BandonCloth merchant married Isabella Norwood c1795, Hammetts prominent cloth merchants in Bandon early/mid 18th century.http://boards.ancestry.com/thread.aspx?mv=flat&m=3652&p=localities.britisles.ireland.crk.general
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Pre 1770John BryanKilronan WestTook an assignment of a lease from William Maude, Ballincarriga Castle 1804 children named as lives.http://members.pcug.org.au/~nickred/deeds/memorial_extract.cgi?my_memorial=417657&my_indexer=RonPrice
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1772Mrs ReganDunmanwayDied a widow, Ballymoney, aged 80, 1852http://www.paulturner.ca/Ireland/Cork/Ballymoney%20Parish/ballymoney-parish-records.htm
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After 1772Bellingham Swan HarrisFrancis Harris MD, Jane nee Bellingham SwanDunmanwayMarried Jane Austen, Lislevany dau of Vincent c 1800
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1775Henry AtkinsFanlobbusMentionedDr. Casey
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John AtkinsFanlobbusMentioned
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Barbara CrippsDied 1864
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Margaret AtkinsMentioned
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Katharine AtkinsMentioned
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Margaret AtkinsMentioned
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ARichard AtkinsMentioned
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Thomasin AtkinsMentioned also in 1781 may be infant death
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John Swanton1865
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Eliza Chambers
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Samuel Kingston1864
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Johanna Swanton1771
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