Landed Estates
NUI Galway

Conner (Manch)

Burke indicates that the Conners first settled in the town of Bandon in the late seventeenth century and married into the Splaine family. MacLysaght, in his preface to the 1944 report on the Connor papers, recorded the belief that this family were descended from the O'Conner Kerry. Daniel Connor of Manch, Ballineen, owned over 4000 acres in county Cork in the 1870s. In 1851, he was among the principal lessors in the parishes of Fanlobbus and Kilmichael, barony of East Carbery. In July 1852, over 4200 acres of his property was offered for sale in the Encumbered Estates Court. According to Burke the family are associated with the Ballineen area since the late seventeenth century and occupied a house named Connorville in the eighteenth century. In the 1870s Daniel Conner of Manch House owned 4,194 acres in county Cork.


Name Townland Civil Parish PLU DED Barony County Map Ref
Carrigmore House (Kinneigh) Dromidiclogh West Kinneigh Dunmanway Kinneigh 115 East Carbery (West) Cork OSI Ref: W313541
OS Sheet: 108
Discovery map: 86
Fort Robert (Kinneigh) Dromidclogh Kinneigh Dunmanway Kinneigh 115 East Carbery (West) Cork OSI Ref: W319538
OS Sheet: 108
Discovery map: 86
Bridgemount House (Dunmanway) Ballyhalwick Fanlobbus Dunmanway Dunmanway 124 East Carbery (West) Cork OSI Ref: W243532
OS Sheet: 108
Discovery map: 86
Manch Manch East Fanlobbus Dunmanway Manch East Carbery (West) Cork OSI Ref: W308533
OS Sheet: 108
Discovery map: 86

Archival sources

  • Encumbered Estates Court Rentals (O'Brien, Connor, 9 July 1852, Vol 17, MRGS 39/008, (microfilm copy in NUIG); National Archives of Ireland
  • Copy of confirmation of arms to the descendants of Roger Conner of Connerville and his wife Anne Longfield, sister of Richard Viscount Longueville and to his great grandson Henry Longfield Conner, son of Henry Daniel Conner, son of Daniel Conner, all of Manch House, Ballineen, Co. Cork June 10, 1958. Genealogical Office: Ms.111H, fol. 91 ; National Library of Ireland
  • Thirty documents, mostly deeds, relating to lands in Co. Cork, particularly to Gortnagruss, Killynegrohan (Kilnagrohan) and Kilcranton and to the families of Connor, Curtis, Longfield, Wrixon, etc. 1770 - 1821. D. 8685-8714 ; National Library of Ireland
  • Pedigree of [O] Connor family of County Cork (Leader Collection); Irish Genealogical Research Society Library
  • Conner Papers, including rentals of the Conner estates 1853-1884 with gaps & other documents, in Manch House in 1975, see James S. Donnelly's book; Private Possession
  • Irish Tourist Association Survey files, Parish of Enniskeane; Cork County Library

Contemporary printed sources

Modern printed sources