Caheragh, Church of Ireland West Cork Marriages, 15th November 26th December 2019, 1735-
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The bell inside the church has the date 1692 carved into it.https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?tab=wm#inbox/142fc61713892667?projector=1https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?tab=wm#inbox/142fc61713892667?projector=1https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?tab=wm#inbox/142fc61713892667?projector=1
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DateNamesAgesDescriptionAddressFathersWitnesses
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c1735Charles Lantry Mary O'LearyThe O'Leary family from the area between Drimoleague and Inchigeela were strong farmers and millers, there is a large twomb to the family in Drimoleague Catholic Church.The Cork Catholic Lantrys descend from this union.Joshua LantryParliamentary return 17th April 1766 by Rev. Richard Harmer, Prebentry of Drimoleague and Rector of Caheragh listed Charles and three unidentified family members possibly wife Mary children Edward Elizabeth as still residing in Caheragh as welll as three 'Papist' servantsCharles d 1802 Coolkelure (Dunmanway?) son Thomas executorAncesty.comThe O'Learys are probably Land Agents an O'Leary family wee in Ballaghadown to c 1960 stonework on buildings and walls suggests a substantial farm. Other branches of the O'Lears also Land Agets such as Coolmountain outside Dunmanway.Lantry and Langtree same family
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17th January 1749Anne LantryThomas WilsonJoshuaAncesrty.com
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Pre 1749Thomas wood Jane SymmsHe Dereeny she Enaghoutre [Enaghoughter, Parish of Kilmoe], Co CorkHer father William Symms mohter Frances HullDeed 1749 if the saem line Benjamin Pear, Gent., Crookhaven, his wife Frances, William Pear, Gent., Carriganus, his wife Dorothy, of lands at Enoghoughter, Goleen. Local names appearing Symms, Hull.https://irishdeedsindex.net/mem.php?memorial=95617O'Learys are probably Land Agents an O'Leary family wee in Ballaghadown to c 1960 stonework on buildings and walls suggests a substantial farm. Other branches of the O'Lears also Land Agets such as Coolmountain outside Dunmanway. Lantry and Langtree same family
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c1759...Jermyn Elizabeth...Died Abbeystrewey aged 91 widow Elizabeth Germyn
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2nd September 1777Elizabeth Becher William EvansShe Creagh Kilkeran may be related to Caheragh Evans familyOne of her siblings Jane aged around 16 married, 1763, Daniel O'Donovan, 'The O'Donovan', Bawnlahan, a widower in his 60s.DNA evidence woud suggest a linkage with the Crowleys of Ballyourane to the Evans and Cox. Jervois, Hull, families among othershttps://books.google.ie/books?id=51YDAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA487&lpg=PA487&dq=wright+attorney+bandon&source=bl&ots=7ofpSoXzdf&sig=ok6GdnB0iGoz1lSQOBG061P-2jQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj04OyMoKvTAhVPaVAKHVjDBsIQ6AEITTAF#v=onepage&q=wright%20attorney%20bandon&f=false
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Post c1780Eugene O'Sullivan ..........BallahdownChurchwarden Drimoleague 1793From 1727 to 1818 parish united with DrimoleagueThanks to Gordon Kingston,Eunice Jeffershttps://kyngeston.wordpress.com/2018/02/28/church-wardens-of-drimoleague-1782-1870/1811 deed extract, marriage settlement of Daniel O'Sullivan, Esq., Ballyadown, Caheragh, son of Eugene O’Sullivan, Gent, his wife Elizabeth nee Barry daughter of Charles Barry, Cork properties recited held by Eugene O’Sullivan, Gneeves at North and South Sheehy (Held from Shouldhams) 2 Gneeves South Butlers Gift (Drimoleague), one of witnesses Charles Chambers probably Dunmanway. Eugene O'Sullivan,church warden, Drimoleague 1793, his family may have held lands from Shouldham of long standing that is a McCarthy estate Shouldam by marriage c1720s

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Pre 17901817 deed Alexander O'Driscoll, Gent., Mountmusic his wife Margaret Galwey, son Alexander O'Driscoll, Junior, Cloverhill, withnesses Thomas Evans, Gent., Mountmusic, Alexander Evans, Gent., Lissangel
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Pre 1791..WebbCaheraghSon George served in 62nd Foot Regiment 1813-1826 discharged aged 36http://corkgen.org/publicgenealogy/cork/potpourri/corkancestors.com/Caheragh.htm
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Pre 1795John JermynCladaghJohn Jermyn Senior and Unior listed in Tithe Aplottmentshttp://corkgen.org/publicgenealogy/cork/potpourri/corkancestors.com/Caheragh.htm
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Pre 1795Henry SwetnamLisangleListed in Tithe Aplottments with sonshttp://corkgen.org/publicgenealogy/cork/potpourri/corkancestors.com/Caheragh.htm
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Pre 1795Charles McCarthy (Wood)DromoreListed Tithe Aplottments 1828
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25th April 1796, Bantry Catholic ChurchBryan O'Connor, Jane McCarthyShe Caheragh, he BantryWitnesses Tim Sullivan, Charles O'ConnorIrishgenealogy.ieMarriage Dr. Bryan O'Connor, brother in law of John Jagoe. wife may be sister of McCarthy barrister also exiled to Australia for United Irishmen offences.
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5th June 1798, Bantry Catholic ChurchAnastatia Galwey Charles McCarthyShe Bantry he CaheraghWitnesses Daniel and James McCarthyProbably former or presently affluent familiesPre 1795 Charles McCarthy (Wood) Dromore Listed Tithe Aplottments 1828 Irishgenealogy.ie
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Pre 1802Parents of James CueCaheraghDied Banon 1846, aged 43Ballymoney Records
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Pre 1803, Thomas father of David 4th July 1804, DrimoleagueDavid ForbesCaheraghSon of Thomas Forbes ........Drimoleague
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Pre 1804Johh Cole baptised 26th May 1806DromoreSon of John Forbes ........Drimoleague records
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1806Richard Evans Mary CueHe Maulnaskea she KnockeadySon of Thoms, farmer, daughter of George farmer, dowry £227. Marriage deed names undertenants in Caheragh
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Pre 1807 parents of 2nd July 1808Thomas JermynMountmusicSon of Stephen JermynDrimoleague RecordsBorn 1798 Stephen Jermyn Mount music Died 1883 aged 85 Son Thomas baptised Drimoleague, 2nd July 1808
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Pre 1806, 25th October 1807Parents of George Lannin baptised 1807RearahanaghSon of George Lannin (Lennin in some records)Drimoleague records
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1807John Wolfe Elizabeth McCarthyOnly child of Owen McCarthyCoolcrakeen,Mount Music (her)John Wolfe, Owen McCarthy Esq.http://home.alphalink.com.au/~datatree/wolf%2018.htmDeed of November 1807 made between(1) William Wolfe of Coolcraheen and (2) John Wolfe of the same, his eldest son and Owen McCarthy of Mount Music (Bunaulin) Gent and (4) Elizabeth McCarthy spinster, only child of (3) , and (5) John Swete [Sweet] then of the city of Cork Esq. and Henry Jermyn on Aughadown.

Reciting a marriage intended between (2) and (4).
Whereby (1) granted to (5) part of Knockpanny in the parish of Kilnagross and also Cahirbeg, to hold for Trust.
Witnesses: Rev'd John Townsend clerk of Kilmichael, and Richard Wolfe of Beanhill Esq
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15th June 1810Rebecca Evans Doctor (Apothecary) James CrowleyShe Lissangle he Skibbereen, Apothecary, North St.Lisangle, daughter William Esq. 11 children. She probably realted to Evans aof Adralla, Skibbereen.He died 1843 of TBHe is probably from Derrygreem lilely related to Crowleys of Ballyourane, an apothecary as was his brother Jeremiah (Jerry). His father Jeremiah, armern adn mother Mary probbaly nee O'Driscoll separated 1813. His brother Jerry was a founder of the Phoenix Society and swore O'Donovan Rossa into what became the FeniansSaunders Newsletter 15th June 1810DNA evidence places him with the Durrus Crowleys who moved from Caheragh in 1850 and with many Protestant relatives, Evans, Levis, Jervois, Jennings, Young, Cox, Hull, Haddens (also apothecaries one of whom married his wife's sister) she one of 11
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c 1810Eugene O'SullivanBallahdownChurchwarden Drimoleague 1793From 1727 to 1818 parish united with DrimoleagueThanks to Gordon Kingston,Eunice Jeffershttps://kyngeston.wordpress.com/2018/02/28/church-wardens-of-drimoleague-1782-1870/1811 deed extract, marriage settlement of Daniel O'Sullivan, Esq., Ballyadown, Caheragh, son of Eugene O’Sullivan, Gent, his wife Elizabeth nee Barry daughter of Charles Barry, Cork properties recited held by Eugene O’Sullivan, Gneeves at North and South Sheehy (Held from Shouldhams) 2 Gneeves South Butlers Gift (Drimoleague), one of witnesses Charles Chambers probably Dunmanway. Eugene O'Sullivan,church warden, Drimoleague 1793, his family may have held lands from Shouldham of long standing that is a McCarthy estate Shouldam by marriage c1720s

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1812Matthew Sweetnam Elizabeth ConnellCloghanePossibly the couple in crypt in Upper Aughadown also there Martha (grand daughter) d 1880
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9th February 1876Mrs Debora Roberts nee HutchinsLissangleI put this together because a couple of us are looking at a Paul Kingston / Eliza Roberts marriage license in 1775. Probably a fruitless task, but soldering on. We think that she may be an earlier generation of this family, which seems to have links with the above. It's bare bones stuff, but no point going any further from the Kingston point of view - just thought it might be handy: 1. Alexander (Sandy) Roberts. Born about 1780. Baptised & received into the Roman Catholic Church, Caheragh on 8 Mar 1873 (witnessed by Jeremiah & Mary McCarthy). Died 25 Dec 1876 (informant; Thomas Roberts). Lived at Lissangle, Caheragh. Married Debora Hutchins in 1815 (Index of Marriage Licence Bonds; Diocese of Cork & Ross). [Debora died 9 Feb 1876 (informant; Johanna Driscoll). Lived at Lissangle] …had a wife and 7 children in 1835, 8 children in 1839 (Caheragh vestry book)Gordon KIngston
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20th July 1817, Drimoleague Catholic ChurchDarby Bren (Brien/O'Brien?) Ellen YoungHe Caheragh, she DrinaghWitnesses William Young, Timothy DriscollIrishgenealogy.ieMarriage Dr. Bryan O'Connor, brother in law of John Jagoe. wife may be sister of McCarthy barrister also exiled to Australia for United Irishmen offences.
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24th November 1818, Caheragh Catholic ChurchPeter Regan, Rebecca (?)CaheraghWitnesses: Walter Evans, May EvansIrishgenealogy.ie
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February 1819, Caheragh Catholic ChurchJohn Clarke Ellen Theating?CaheraghWitnesses: CremeenIrishgenealogy.ie
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23rd February 1819, Caheragh Catholic ChurchMiles Sullivan, Rebecca EvansCaheraghWitnesses: Patrick Hayes, John Keohane14th February 1825, Caheragh Catholic Church William Evans, Mary Sullivan He Dromore, Caheragh Witnesses:Miles and Rebecca Sullivan Irishgenealogy.ie Irishgenealogy.ie
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12th February 1820, Caheragh Catholic ChurchJohn Swanton Bridget CollinsCaheraghWitnesses: William Swanton, William CollinsIrishgenealogy.ie
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22nd April 1820, Caheragh Catholic ChurchPaul Kingston Nory LeahyCaheraghWitnesses: Patrick and Tim LeahyIrishgenealogy.ie
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Hope you are keeping well, Looking forward to reading this paper and seeing if there are any connection to my Evans line. My 2xGM was Jane Evans, from Hollybrook, Skibbereen- her father was Thomas Evans from Coolboy, Caheragh married Mary Goggin 26 Apr 1820 - other siblings, Richard, Thomas, Ellen, William, Catherine, Mary, James Evans married Margaret Driscoll had 7 children
Margaret Ward
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Patrick Ronayne (1798-1883), Ann Mount, Queenstown, buried Caheragh 1883. Patrick Ronayne, of Annbrook and Berry Hill, J.P. for the County of Cork; married, County of Cork; married, at the Parish Church of Caragh, 8 March 1844, Kate Amelia (who died 5 January 1914), daughter of Robert Evans, of Maulnaskehy, County Cork. Patrick Ronayne died 17 January 1883, leaving issue 1. 7. Sarah Evans; married, in the Parish Church, Cobh, Abram Jagoe Beamish, J.P., son of Richard Beamish, J.P. of Abbey Mount, Leap, County Cork, and has issue 7.1 Richard Ronayne Beamish; born 17 May 1890, in tree register for Drimoleague, Maulaneskey, 1857-69, 6,730 trees.
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17th February 1822, Caheragh Catholic ChurchTimothy O'Driscoll May EvansCaheragh her, he Fanlobbus (Dunmanway)Witnesses:Walter or Mic O'Driscoll, Rebecca Evans2nd degree consanguinityIrishgenealogy.ie
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11th February 1823, Caheragh Catholic ChurchTom Ross, Catherine ReganHe Mount Music, she CaheraghWitnesses: Daniel Regan, Ellen KeohaneIrishgenealogy.ie
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10th August 1823Olive/Alice Beamish William CotterDrimoluague, Derrishel, Caheraghhttp://beamishbook3.tripod.com/newbeamishbook/searchfl.htm
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Church Built 1823 still in use
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14th February 1825, Caheragh Catholic ChurchWilliam Evans, Mary SullivanHe Dromore, CaheraghWitnesses: Miles and Rebecca Sullivan23rd February 1819, Caheragh Catholic Church Miles Sullivan, Rebecca Evans Caheragh Witnesses: Patrick Hayes, John KeohaneIrishgenealogy.ie
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15th February 1825, AbbeystreweyThomas Evans Mary JenningsShe CaheraghNo church in Caheragh
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10th October 1825, Caheragh Catholic ChurchAlex Ross Ellen Driscoll CaheraghWitnesses: Timothy Driscoll, Rev. Mr Davis2nd degree consanganuity special dispensation obtainedIrishgenealogy.ie
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Pre 1828William EvansLissangleMr. William and Mrs listed Tithe Aplottments 1828http://corkgen.org/publicgenealogy/cork/potpourri/corkancestors.com/Caheragh.htm
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14th February 1828, Caheragh Catholic ChurchJames Tobin Eliza PierHe BrnavilleWitnesses: Andrew Pier, Eliza PierPier/Peer Huguenot mainly around Schull/CrookhavenIrishgenealogy.ie
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3rd March 1829, Caheragh Catholic ChurchJerry Kingston Ellen MurnaneHe West Colomane she possibly Letterlickey, DurrusWitnesses: Jerry and Norry McCarthyIf she is Murnane of Letterlickey a network of propserous Catholic significant farming families.Irishgenealogy.ie
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13th August 1828, Caheragh Catholic ChurchMichael Attridge Eliza CaverlyHe CulnulirWitnesses: Tim Regan and Ellen SheaCaverly substantial famers Aughadown and DurrusIrishgenealogy.ie
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17th May 1831 Caheragh Catholic ChurchAlex McCarthy Sophia McCarthyCaheraghWitnesses: Dr. Burke, Thomas AttridgeDr. Burke, Bantry, had estates in Caheragh, supported poet J.J. Callanan as he went around Caheragh, Gougan Barra. May be from Cahergh subscribed £2,500 for projected Bandon Bantry railyway c 1847 not built to 1880sIrishgenealogy.ie
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15th February 1832, Caheragh Catholic ChurchPaul Kingston Nancy McCarthyHe CoulbegWitnesses: Tinm Driscoll, John McCarthyIrishgenealogy.ie
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Pre 1835David Jermyn ... parents of Stephen Jermyn, his mark, married 1855Full age, widowerWeaver and sextonChurch closeDavid, weaverPaul Kingston, John Sealy,
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1837James CotterWidowerCaheraghBanns, with the consent of the children of both parties
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Mary BrownWidowerCaheragh
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13th June 1837Edmond ConnorsLate private 81st foot regimentCaheragh
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Eleanor DowneyWidowCaheraghTheir mark, William Jermyn
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18th January 1838John Shannon (born 1818)DurrusRev. Webb, Mary Jermyn, John Jermyn, Larner?By licence with the consent of the families
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Frances JermynCaheragh
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5th Febryuary 1838Joseph BoydFanlobbusTheir mark William Barry
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Catherine BarryCaheragh
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25th September 1838James WarnerCaheraghBannsTheir mark, William Jermyn his mark, Rev. Webb
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Mary JermynCaheragh
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4th September 1839William JermynWidowerCaheraghBannsTheir mark John Lambert
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Abbey LearySpinsterCaheragh
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22nd September 1840William DalyFanlobbusBy Licence Rev. Richard Boyle Townsend, Vicar of Abbeystrewy, George Evans
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Mary Ann EvansAbbeystrewy
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c1839Anne Pattison21Mullaghmore CaheraghShe died 17 Sept 1895, 4 children
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18th February 1841Denis EvansSergeant 12th Royal Lancers now quartered in Royal Baracks DublinConsent of ColonelRev. Webb, Robert Evans, William Ross
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Ellen RossDrimoleagueConsent of her guardians
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20th May 1841Thomas Richard WrightAttorneyKilgariff ClonakiltyRev. Webb, Eliza Wright, Thomas Turner
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Elizabeth TurnerParish of Creagh, SkibbereenLicence
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Pre 1841William Jermyn ... parents of Stephen Jermy, his mark, married 186522, bachelorWeaverCaheraghWilliam weaverRichard Forbes, Catherine Patterson
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1st Febrrary 1842Thomas BrienFanlobbus, DunmanwayBanns
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Rebecca DeaneCaheragh
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1842Thomas Deane Ann ShannonPossible Baunbee for herShe may be d of William Shannon if so she remarried as widow Ann Deane 184 aged 30 to Richard Kingston, Lissangle son Paul.
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2/23/1843Richard Waugh?CastlehavenRichard Waugh William Kerr Catherine Bennett?
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Mary KerrCaheraghLicence
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5th September 1843 in Croom, Co. LimerickRev. James Beaver WebbRector of DunderrowRev. Richard Webb, Caheragh
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Maria MaxwellCroom
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8th March 1844Patrick Ronayne, of Annbrook and Berry Hill, J.P. for the
County of Cork; married, at the Parish Church of Caragh, 8 March 1844, Kate Amelia (who died 5 January 1914), daughterof Robert Evans, of Maulnaskehy, County Cork. PatrickRonayne died 17 January 1883, leaving issue
1. Patrick James Ronayne, eldest son, now in America.
2. Major the Reverend Robert William Ronayne, born 5 January
1869; M.A. (Trinity College, Dublin); late Rector of
St. Peter’s, Cork; Chaplain (temporary) to the British
Expeditionary Force in France, 4th Class, 2nd Cavalry
Division, 1915; 3rd Class, December, 1916; Brigade Chaplain,
Salonika, 1917; married Isabella Sandes, of Dublin.
3. Anne Evans Ronayne; now of Berry Hill; married William
Lombard, of Hoe Lodge, Bandon, who d.s.p.
4. Kate Amelia Evans; married 1882, Albert Cave, now of
The College, Mitchelstown, County Cork, and has issue
4.1 Kathellen Amelia Evans.
4.2 Letitia Anne Evans; died, as the result of a burning
accident, 1916.
4.3 Dorothy Evans; married J. Witham, Esquire.
5. Mary Evans (Minnie), now of Berry Hill.
6. Robina Evans; married Herbert Bowker, Captain (V.), British
Expeditionary Force, France.
7. Sarah Evans; married, in the Parish Church, Cobh, Abram
Jagoe Beamish, J.P., son of Richard Beamish, J.P. of
Abbey Mount, Leap, County Cork, and has issue
7.1 Richard Ronayne Beamish; born 17 May 1890,
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23rd November 1845, SkibbereenKate O'Driscoll Herbert Baldwin EsqMount Music (Bunaulin), GortnamilleEldest daughter of late Alexander O'DriscollShe remarried James O'Sullivan, Esq., Bantry, in Macroom 16th April 1859Cork Constitution
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17th February 1846
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Joseph HosfordFull AgeLabourerInchengeraghRalph, LabourerRalph Hosford his mark
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Susan BarryFull AgeMadduraThomas, Sexton of ChurchJames Latham
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23rd November 1847John Shannon24WidowerCurry Crowley, parish of BallymoneyRobert, farmerRichard Kingston,Moses Caffey
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Martha Kingston22SpinsterLissanglePaul, farmerMartha d 1905, has Irish in 1901 census, John d 1899 both buried Old Caheragh, unmarked gate side of newman tomb.
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27th June 1848Edward Connors, signed with his markWidower, Pensioner private in 81st foot, regimentLissangleJohn Vickery, Moses Caffrey
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Johanna Chambers, signed with her markSpinsterLissangleWilliam Kerr, Moses Caffey
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