Landed Estates
NUI Galway

Popham (Bandon)

Bennett identifieds the Popham family as among the Puriatan settlers in Bandon in the 1620s. Benjamin Popham and other members of the family held property in and around Bandon at the time of Griffith's Valuation. A Miss Popham, with an address at Queenstown, was the owner of over 160 acres in county Cork in the 1870s. John Popham and others held land in the parish of St Nicholas, barony of East Muskerry, in the mid 19th century.

Associated Families

Houses

Name Townland Civil Parish PLU DED Barony County Map Ref
Kilmore House (Bandon) Kilmore Brinny Bandon Brinny 3 Kinalmeaky Cork OSI Ref: W502596
OS Sheet: 96
Discovery map: 86
Kilnagnady House Kilnagnady Brinny Bandon Brinny 3 Kinalmeaky Cork OSI Ref: W495614
OS Sheet: 96
Discovery map: 86
Coolfadda House Coolfadda Kilbrogan Bandon Kilbrogan 4 Kinalmeaky Cork OSI Ref: W479551
OS Sheet: 110
Discovery map: 86
Mawbeg House Mawbeg East Killowen Bandon Kilbrogan 4 Kinalmeaky Cork OSI Ref: W405550
OS Sheet: 109
Discovery map: 86
Mossgrove Lower Mossgrove Templemartin Bandon Templemartin 21 Kinalmeaky Cork OSI Ref: W431604
OS Sheet: 95, 96
Discovery map: 86
Scartnamuck House Scartnamuck Templemartin Bandon Templemartin 21 Kinalmeaky Cork OSI Ref: W474614
OS Sheet: 96
Discovery map: 86
Maglin Maglin St Nicholas Cork Ballincollig 65 East Muskerry Cork OSI Ref: W598 692
OS Sheet: 73
Discovery map: 86

Archival sources

  • Five interrogatories relating to lands in Co. Cork of Sir John Popham, tempore Elizabeth Chancery, 723-6; National Archives of Ireland

Contemporary printed sources