Caheragh old Wills and Burials from 1661
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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=1
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DateNameAddressAgeComment
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1661Ellen ny Mynne CarthyCaheraghDr. Casey Vol 6 1110
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1679Owen CarthyBallisrane or Balliorane (Ballinorane)Cork and Ross Wills 1584-1800
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1693Teige MahonyCaheraghGentDr. Casey, Vol 6.
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1693Teige CrowlyCaheraghFarmerDr. Casey Vol 6 1185
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1699Cornelius LearyCaheragh
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1701Teige MaghonyCaheraghDr. Casey Vol 6 1141
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1709Edmund HanlaneCaheraghGentDr. Casey Vol 6
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1724Timothy McCarthyCaheraghGent.Dr. casey Vol 6, 1141
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1729Timothy SullivanCaheragh
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1733George WoodDereenyCork and Ross Wills 1584-1800The Caheragh Woods re probably related to the Pophams (buried in Caheragh) through marriage
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1749Andrew CarthyLissane, Caheragh
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1773Denis McCarthyMadoreFarmerDr. Casey Vol 6
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1778Mary O'DriscollClounacoggirCork and Ross Wills 1584-1800
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19th February 1778John BecherHolybrookhttp://www.graveyards.skibbheritage.com/Gravestone.aspx?GravestoneID=122
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8th February 1825Richard BecherHolybrookEldest son of John Becher buried Aughadown Upper Graveyard
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21st january 1820John BecherHolybrookSon of Richard Becher, buried Aughadown Upper Graveyard
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Church Built 1823 still in use
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1834Bartholomew KellyMount Music (Bunaulin)Farmer
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Pre 1845Alexander O'DriscollMount Music (Bunaulin)Land Owner JP removed as Magistrate huge petition for his re instatement. Dead when daughter Kate married Skibbereen, Herbert Baldwin Esq. 1845Cork Constitution November 1845
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June 13th 1845 Ballymoney, BandonJames CueCaheraghDied Bandon 1846, aged 43Ballymoney Records
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1846Mrs. Wood wife of Thomas Wood Esq., DereenRev. Thomas Tuckey, Drimoleague
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1846Thomas Wood Esq.MoularkehyRev. Webb
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1859Adam NewmanHad estates in area
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22nd June 1860Thomas W. Wood Esq.Woodford59Rev. Reeves
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10th May 1863William KerrLissangle11 daysRev. Reeves
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Pre 1865Thomas DeaneBaunbeeDead at daughter's wedding Sarah to George Swanton, Moylough (Probably Mollogh) Durrus Witness Young Deane possible son, the same name appears as executor of Paul Kingston, Inchingarig d 1883Ginnie Swanton
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24th April 1865Margaret O'DriscollMount MusicRelict of Alexander O'Driscoll, daughter of Roger O'Sullivan Garnish.
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20th June 1866Thomas Watkins Wood Esq.WoodfordCommoration in church by Alicia Woodhttps://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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29th December 1868Katherine ReevesRecrory daughter of Rector11 daysRev. Reeves
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Born 1802William RossDromcouurhaDied 1870 aged 68, momument erected by wife Susan bured Old caheraghFamily built bridge beside graveyard 1919Thee is a marraige 1830 William Ross and Susan O'Neill possibly connected
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1870William RossDromcoirhiMemorial erected by loving wife SusanAged 68Old Caheragh graveyard
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10th March 1875William PophamBantry75Rev. Reeves and W.W.O'Grady
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18th April 1878Eliza Johanna NewmanBetsborough near Skibbereen70Rev. Reeves and Goodman, adm to Rev. James Goodman, the Glebe, Skibbereen and Thomas Sweetnam, Clohane farmer executorsEffects £90https://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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15th May 1878Thomas JermynGlengariff19Rev Reeves
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1st June 1879Jane SealyThe lodge of Rectory13 weeksRev. Reeves
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9th June 1879Henry Newman J.P.Betsborough near Skibbereen73Rev, Reeves O'GradyProbate to Rev. James Goodman Trinity Colege Dublin, and Thomas Sweetnam Clohane Esq.Effects under £2,000Henry Newman Esq. (1804-1879), Betsborough, Caheragh, Land Agent. Drimoleague 1862, Ballydehob road presentments 1863, possibly Caheragh, sitting Drimoleague 1861 Signed 'No Popery Petition 1851', subscriber Dr. Daniel Donovan ‘History of Carbery, 1876, 1870 land Record, 877 acres, died 1879 buried Caheragh. Family also connected with Monkstown. Buried Old Caheragh graveyard Probate to Rev. James Goodman Trinity Colege Dublin, and Thomas Sweetnam Clohane Esq.
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17th February 1882Anne EvansAnn Brook, Queenstown89Rev. Reeves
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22nd January 1883Patrick Roynayne J.P.Ann Brook, Queenstown85Rev. Reeves Samuel Townsend sold off part of his estate in the Land Court established under the Encumbered Estates Acts of 1848 and 1849. Entry numbers 3 & 12 of Volumes 4 & 12 of County Cork Encumbered Estates records respectively “3. Edward Baldwin BECHER, Esq. And of George BECHER, Esq. (deceased), continued in the name of the said Edward Baldwin BECHER, Owner, exparte Alicia Gahan BECHER, continued in the names of Samuel TOWNSEND, and Patrick RONAYNE, Esq., petitioners- Lands of Hare Island and Mutton Island (a subdenomination); Curravoley; Lisaclarigmore; Lisaclarigbeg; East Skeams & South Marahin, barony of West Carbery; also Lands of Rathruanemore; Rathruanebeg; Quoleaghmore; Quoleabeg & Banaknuckane- 5 May 1854- (lot maps)” and “12. Sir William JARDINE, Rev. Wm. DUNBAR, John GIBSON, Samuel TOWNSEND, and of John Handcock TOWNSEND, owners, Sir Anthony WELDON, petitioner- Lands of Lisbiallet and Raharoon, in the Barony of East Carbery- 22 April 1858- (lot maps)”
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17th February 1883William KerrCastletownsend85Rev. Reeves John Bushe
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24th February 1883Catherine PophamHawthorn Cottaage86Rev. Reeves
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28th March 1883Stephen JermynCaheragh churchyard85Rev. Reeves
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9th November 1883Paul Kingston InchingarigFarmer, probate to Richard Kingston of Corlass (Drimoleague) and Young Deane, Kilronan (Dunmanway) farmerseffects £476 10s
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1st April 1884Eliza KingstonLissangle93
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25th June 1888Annie KingstonGurtdromraghAlso on gravestone Richard Kingston s 24th May 1896, Minne Kingston d 19th August 1915, Angela d 3rd June 1935, John d 23rd May 1937, Sam d 29th JUne 1950, Martha d 24th Nov 1966, Katie 30th Dec 1982.Buroed Old Caheragh
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20th December 1889Miss Susanna Townsend ReevesCaheragh late Tramore House, Douglas Road CorkBrother of Rev J.S. Reeves sister of Mrs. E.M. Fleminghttps://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?tab=wm#inbox/142fc61713892667?projector=1https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?tab=wm#inbox/142fc61713892667?projector=1Spinster, probate to Mary Reeves of same place one of executorsEffects £5,095 11s 4d. According to Lionel Fleming the Reeves have an O'Dempsey ancestor.Will of Thomas Somerville Reeves, Tramore House, Cork 1868 was proved effects under £25,000 related.
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20th March 1890John ShannonMeenver72From Durrus
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23rd February 1892Rebecca JermynUnion Hospital Skibbereen formmerly Lodge Rectory78Rev. Goodman and Arthur Wilson
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23rd June 1892HarfordIllen Lodge, Parish of Caheragh
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16th April 1894Rebecca Jerry HarfordIlen Lodge Caheragh11 monthsThomas Wakeham Arthur Wilson
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16th September 1896Thomas SweetnamClohane, SkibbereenFarmer, probate to Rev George Sweetnam in 1903 Effects £29 7s 1d Catheine may be wife d 1903
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25th June 1888Annie KingstonGurtdromraghAlso on gravestone Richard Kingston d 24th May 1896, Minne Kingston d 19th August 1915, Angela d 3rd June 1935, John d 23rd May 1937, Sam d 29th JUne 1950, Martha d 24th Nov 1966, Katie 30th Dec 1982.Buroed Old Caheragh
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31st December 1896Richard KingstonBawnboy72Arthur Wilson
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6th April 1899Henry? PatersonMaune77
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8th October 1897Rev. James Somerville ReevesCaheragh and late of Osmington, Bournemouth County, SouthhamptonMinistered in Caheragh 37 years, sisters Susanna Townsend Reeves, Mrs. E.M. Fleming. Commoration plate in churchhttps://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?tab=wm#inbox/142fc61713892667?projector=1https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?tab=wm#inbox/142fc61713892667?projector=1probate to Rev. isaaac M reeves, Glandore, dea of Ross and Rev ricahrd Jones Youghal DD Effects £3,177 1s 7d
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6th April 1899Mary Patterson?Maune
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23rd Februry 1902Henry Sweetnam otherwise SweetnanLisangleFarmer, adm to widow Nora Effects £188 10s
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22nd January 1903Mrs Catherine SweetnamClohane, SkibereenWidow, probate to Thomas S and Rev George Sweetnam weetnam, land agenteffects £639 18s 9dThomas may be husband d 1896
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31st December 1903Mary BurkeMolloghmore30Rev Whitley
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20th January 1904Kate KingstonCourless2Rev. Whitley
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26th January 1905Martha Shannon Meenvane80Rev. WhitleyIn church yard
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16th September 1906Annie KingstonInchinagotgh29Rev. WhitleyIn church yard
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18th February 1907Anthony Morgan late Captain 95th RegimentBunaulin82Rev. WhitleyIn church yardProbate to William T Townsend EsqEffecys £9,106 19s 10s
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21st May 1907John KingstonLakelands Abbeystrewy59Canon TownsendIn church yard
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15th August 1908Mrs Nora SweetnamLissangle, CaheraghWidow, adm to Henry Sweetnam farmerEffects £386
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8th December 1908William KingstonLissangleDied at Corraganioe? farmer adm to Richard Kingston farmerEffects £25
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26th January 1910Sarah KingstonDerryvirohy8in church yard
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11th January 1912Michael LoveCloncugger54In church yard
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11th January 1912Elizabeth LoveCkloncugger5 weeksRev. Whitleyin church yard
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14th March 1913Samuel KingstonInchinagotgh68Rev. Whitley
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23rd July 1913Robert ShannonMeenvaun12Rev. Whitley/Sykes
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Kate Amelia Ronayne nee EvansMaulnaskehyPatrick 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), daughter of Robert Evans, of Maulnaskehy, County Cork. Patrick Ronayne 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, Buried old Caheragh
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25th June 1888Annie KingstonGurtdromraghAlso on gravestone Richard Kingston d 24th May 1896, Minne Kingston d 19th August 1915, Angela d 3rd June 1935, John d 23rd May 1937, Sam d 29th JUne 1950, Martha d 24th Nov 1966, Katie 30th Dec 1982.Buroed Old Caheragh
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12th February 1916Samuel KingstonLissangle90Rev. Whitley
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19th March 1916Mary KingstonLakelands Abbeystrewy15Rev. Sykes/Whitley
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29th June 1916William KerrLissangle83Whitley
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8th January 1917Eliza MorganBunaulin80Sykes/Whitley
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27th February 1917Susan KingstonLakelands9Sykes
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30th September 1917Mary Jane KingstonInchinagotogh66Whitley
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30th November 1917Mary KingstonSchull57Rev. Fairbrother/Whitley
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1st May 1919Ellen JenningsLugnagoppall40Rev. Whitley
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15th October 1920Samuel KingstonSchull62Rev. Fairbrother/Whitley
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15th March 1922Thomas Francis GoodWoodford63
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3rd April 1923Thomas KingstonLissangle46
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29th September 1924, Isle of WightLt. Colonel Anthony Hichman Morgan DSOBunaulin and Hollybrook66Commoration in church by brother and sister Ethel Morgan buried Shanklin, Isle of Wighthttps://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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7th January 1925Mary Elizabeth BryanKnockgorm8 weeks
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20th March 1928James KingstonLakelands75Rev. Sykes
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18th November 1928Richard KingstonLakelands79Rev Atkins
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2nd January 1929Matthew CopithornAghaville62Rev. Whitley
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24th May 1929Anne KingstonBawnboyRev.whitley
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8th February 1830Richard Love Cloncugger75
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14th June 1930Mary GoodDungarvagh78Rev. Good
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11th January 1873Samuel PattersonMaune73Rev. Whitley
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Ann KIngstonBawnboyhttps://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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31st January 1931Peter GoodCork81Rev. Good
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13th November 1931John Henry JenningsLugnagopall24Rev. Whitley
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14th March 1933Richard KingstonBaunboy76Rev. Whitley/Atkins
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