Coppinger (West Carbery)
- The Coppinger family had held significant estates in West Carbery until after the Williamite wars when Walter Coppinger was attainted for high treason and deprived of much of his property. His son James was also deprived of property but Kingston asserts that he may have been able to lease some of this back at a later date. The family were never to have the same influence again in the area though they did continue as owners of smaller properties. Several members of the family are recorded as tenants in perpetuity of estates between 300 and 500 acres in the 1870s. A descendent of this branch of the Coppinger family, Dudley Byrne Coppinger, sold his interest in some property in the Landed Estates Court in January 1872. It was purchased by Joseph Pike.