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Queries re the Stamer Family. III (1897), 76, 152-153, 193-194, 232 Stamer (Carnelly) William Stamer, a member of an old English Protestant family from Essex, England, moved to county Ki...
DONNELLY, James S. Jnr. The journals of Sir John Benn-Walsh relating to the management of his Irish estates, 1823-64. 2nd Series, LXXIX (1974), 86-123 and LXXX (1975), 15-42. Benn-Walsh (Lord Ormathwaite) The Benn-Walsh family, Walsh baronet and Baron Ormathwaite, had their principal seats in Cumbria and...
FORSYTHE, Westley R. The finances of the Colthurst estate in the nineteenth century. CVIII (2003), 31-40. Colthurst In 1702 Nicholas Colthurst of Ballyally, county Cork, purchased over 1,000 acres from the trustees f...
Ó Conchúir, Brendán. Thomas Swanton: Reamhchonraitheoir in Iar-Chairbre. XCVIII (1993), pp.50-60. Swanton The Swantons were a Methodist family who were heavily involved in industrial projects in West Cork i...
SAMUEL, Mark. Coppinger's Court: a document in stone. LXXXIX (1984), 5-76. Coppinger (West Carbery) The Coppinger family had held significant estates in West Carbery until after the Williamite wars wh...
FFOLLIOTT, Rosemary. Rogers of Lota and Ashgrove. LXXII (1967), 75-80 Rogers (Co Sligo & Ashgrove, Co Cork) Robert A. Rogers, together with the Earl of Aldborough and William Beamish, were lessors of lands in...
FFOLLIOTT, Rosemary. Rogers of Lota and Ashgrove. LXXII (1967), 75-80 Rogers (Lota) Rosemary ffolliott writes that Francis Rogers, a merchant of Cork city, had two sons, Robert of Lota...
LECKY, John. The Longfield family. Ser. 2, Vol. XXIII, (1917) pp. 173-174, Longfield (Castlemary & Longueville) John Longfield, of Castle Mary, near Cloyne, county Cork married Mary Hawnby of Mallow, county Cork....
DAY, Robert. Heraldry: the Corker arms. With query by D. Townshend. Ser. 1, Vol. III,(1894) pp. 153-154, p. 172 Corker Family history sources suggest the Corkers were originally a Lancashire family. Thomas Corker purcha...
BUTLER, William. Kilbrittain Castle completely destroyed by fire, in 1920. Ser. 2, Vol. XXVI, (1920), pp. 39-40, p. 81, Stawell (Kilbrittain) Burke's "Landed Gentry of Ireland" (1912) traces the lineage of this family back to the 12th century...
COAKLEY, Rev. C. Kilbrittain Castle. Ser. 2, Vol. XXVI, (1920), pp. 18-23 Stawell (Kilbrittain) Burke's "Landed Gentry of Ireland" (1912) traces the lineage of this family back to the 12th century...
BLACKALL, Sir Henry. The Galweys of Munster. Part 2 Genealogies. [including Galwey of Lota, Fort Richard, Doon, Nadrid, Carrick, Dungarven, Kinsale & Limerick]. 2nd Series, LXXII (1967), 20-47 & 122-134 Galway/Galwey (Lota & West Cork) "Burke's Irish Family Records" traces the ancestry of this family back to their location in Kinsale,...
Travers, family of. Ser. 2, Vol. XI, (1905), p. 197, Travers History suggests that the Travers family acquired much of the land fomerly owned by the Abbey of Tim...
COLLINS. John T. The O'Heas of south-west Cork. Ser. 2, Vol. LI, (1946), pp. 97-107, O'Hea Members of the O'Hea family owned almost 500 acres in county Cork in the 1870s while the representat...
BERRY, Henry F. The English settlement in Mallow under the Jephson family in the 17th century. With note on the Bettesworth family. Ser. 2, Vol. XII (1906), pp. 1-26, 1906); Vol. XIII, (1907) p. 204 Jephson-Norreys (Mallow Castle) Following the Desmond Rebellion in the 16th century, Mallow Castle was granted to Sir John Norreys,...
COLLINS, John T. The Longs of Muskerry and Kinsale. Ser. 2, Vol. LI,(1946) pp. 1-9, Long (East Carbery) In 1666 Colonel Thomas Long was granted lands in counties Meath, Westmeath and in the barony of Carb...
Lavallen-Puxley, H. (Rev). Lavallen-Puxley pedigree. Ser. 2, Vol. XXI,(1915) p. 163, Puxley Henry L. Puxley of Dunboy Castle was the owner of over 9000 acres in county Cork in the 1870s. Joh...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XV, 2nd Series (1909), 285 (Bearforest) Delacour Of French origin this family settled in county Cork in the second half of the 17th century. In 1680...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). X, 2nd Series (1909), 289 (Beechmount) Lysaght/MacLysaght (Hazlewood & Raheen) The MacLysaght or Lysaght family were mainly located in county Clare in the 17th century. In 1749 W...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). X, 2nd Series (1909), 290 (Fern Hill) Townsend (Garrycloyne Castle) This branch of the Townsend family are descended from Richard Townsend of Pallastown, county Cork, f...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIII, 2nd Series, 177-192 (Ballygiblin), XV, 2nd Series (1909), 292 (Blossomfort) Wrixon Henry Wrixon of Assolas was the father of William Wrixon who married Mary Becher in 1778. Their son,...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). X, 2nd Series (1909), 294-299 Bowen/Cole-Bowen Originally from Wales, Henry Bowen, a Cromwellian army officer, settled in county Cork. In 1660 his...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). X, 2nd Series (1909), 300 (Bregoge), 329 (Burton Park), XII, 2nd Series (1917), 41-46 (Lohort) Perceval In 1666 and 1668 Sir Philip Percevall was granted large estates in county Cork and over 1,000 acres...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). X, 2nd Series (1909),334-373 (Buttevant) Anderson (Fermoy) Hajba writes that John Anderson was a Scottish entrepreneur who came to Cork in 1780. He was a merc...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). X, 2nd Series (1909), 334-373 (Buttevant) Barry Burke's Extinct Peerage records the building of Barry's Court castle by Philip de Barry in 1206. T...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIII, (1907), 161-164 (Ballyellis), XV, 2nd Series (1909), 373-378 (Byblox) Langley (Co Cork) This family appear to be a branch of the county Tipperary Langleys, Hajba writes that the Langleys o...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XV, 2nd Series (1909), 373-378 (Byblox) Crone John Crone of Doneraile, county Cork, an attorney, married Frances Fennell of Limerick in 1747 and t...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XV, 2nd Series (1909), 261 (Ballynoe) Knight Christopher Knight of Ballynoe, parish of Ballyhay, barony of Orrery and Kilmore, county Cork, died...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). X, 2nd Series (1909), 289 (Beechmount) Verling In the 1870s Bartholomew Verling, Springfield Lodge (Oxclose), Newmarket, county Cork, medical docto...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). X, 2nd Series (1909), 329-334 (Burton), XX, 2nd Series (1914), 180 (Highfort) Purcell (Burton Park) The Purcells were settled in county Cork from the early 18th century. John Purcell of Highfort was...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIV, 2nd Series (1908), 248 (Ballykeating), XVII, 2nd Series (1911), 1-17 (Caherduggan Parish), XXI, 2nd Series (1915), 184-185 (Hunting Hill) Annesley/Grove Annesley (Annes Grove) A junior branch of the Annesley family which bore the titles Viscount Glerawly and Earl of Annesley,...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXI, 2nd Series (1915), 209-210 (Kanturk House) Purcell (Kanturk & Glannanore) This family of Purcells were resident at Kanturk House, county Cork, in the early 18th century but b...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXI, 2nd Series (1915), 210-212 (Kilbrack); (1921), 300-315 (Wallstown) Stawell (Kilbrittain) Burke's "Landed Gentry of Ireland" (1912) traces the lineage of this family back to the 12th century...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIII, 2nd Series (1907), 177-192 (Ballygiblin) Beecher/Becher Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' and Smith both indicate that the Beechers were originally a Kent...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIII, 2nd Series (1907),145-150 (Ballyclogh) Purdon (Ballyclogh) This family shared a common ancestry with the Purdons of Tinecrana, county Clare. They descended fr...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIII, 2nd Series (1907), 159 (Ballydineen) Crone John Crone of Doneraile, county Cork, an attorney, married Frances Fennell of Limerick in 1747 and t...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIII, 2nd Series (1907), 160 (Ballydoyle) & XXVI, 2nd Series XXV (1919), 183 (Rockvale), 2nd Series XXVI (1920), 226-227 (Stannard's Grove) Stannard In the early 18th century the Stannards were located in counties Limerick and Cork. They were relat...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIII, 2nd Series (1907), 160 (Ballydoyle) Eustace At the time of Griffith's Valuation Charles Stannard Eustace held land in the parishes of Castletown...
DENNY, Rev H.L.L. The family of Limrick of Schull, Co Cork. XIII, 2nd Series (1907), 120-127 Limrick/Limerick John Limerick was among the principal lessors in the parishes of Abbeystrowry, Kilmacabea, Myross an...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIII, 2nd Series (1907),161-164 (Ballyellis) Barry/Harold-Barry In 1782 Richard Harold of Singland and Pennywell, county Limerick married Mary, only child and heire...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIII, 2nd Series (1907),161-164 (Ballyellis) Barry/Harold-Barry In 1782 Richard Harold of Singland and Pennywell, county Limerick married Mary, only child and heire...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIII, 2nd Series (1907), 164-168 Brasier (Rivers & Ballyellis) A family of French origin who settled in the north of Ireland in the early 17th century. Paul Brasi...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIII, 2nd Series (1907), 164-168 (Ballyellis) Norcott The Norcott family lived at Doneraile in county Cork, see http://www.iol.ie/~nodonnel/gentleman'svil...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIII, 2nd Series (1907), 168-171 (Ballyenahan) Spratt (Pencil Hill) This Spratts descend from a member of a Somerset family, the Reverend Devereux Spratt, who acquired...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIII, 2nd Series (1907), 171-176 (Ballygarrett) Creagh (Ballygarrett) This branch of the Creagh family are descended from William Creagh, a brother of John Creagh of Kill...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XVII, 2nd Series (1911), 21-28 (Carker) & XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 139-141 (Newtown)& 149-151 (Oldtown) Evans (Carker) The Evans family first settled in county Limerick but through marriage with Bridget Green of Carker,...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XVII, 2nd Series (1911), 30-35 (Carrig Park) Causabon A Hugenot family who were settled in Youghal, county Cork, by the 1680s. William Causabon married S...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XVII, 2nd Series (1911), 30-35 (Carrig Park), 58-60 (Carrigoon) Franks (Carrig Park) A family who settled in King's county (county Offaly) in the mid 17th century, later generations mov...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XVII, 2nd Series (1911), 35-42 (Carrigacunna) Foote/Foott (Millfort & Carrigacunna) The Foote family were living in county Cork by the early 18th century. Burke's ''Landed Gentry of Ir...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XVII, 2nd Series (1911), 63- (Castlecor) Freeman In the 1770s Edward Deane, son of Joseph Deane and Jane Freeman, inherited the estates of his mother...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIX, 2nd Series (1913), 291-293 (Curraghkerry - Fountainville) Atkins/Atkins-Going The genealogy of this family was recorded in the late 1830s. Robert Atkins of Fountainville, born 1...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIX, 2nd Series (1913), 294-296 (Currymount) McCarthy (Cork) Alexander McCarthy was one of the principal lessors in the parish of Kilgarvan, barony of Glanarough...
Colonel Phaire the Regicide. XX, 2nd Series (1914), 146-150, 199-203 & XXI, 2nd Series (1915), 46-49 & XXX, 2nd Series (1925), 20-26 & XXXI, 2nd Series (1926), 31-36, 78-85 & XXXII, 2nd Series (1927), 24-32 Phayre/Phaire The Phaires or Phayres of Cork are descended from Colonel Robert Phaire, a Cromwellian soldier and G...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XX, 2nd Series (1914), 158-159 (Graig) Hill (Graig) The Hills, descended from a Cromwellian soldier, settled at Doneraile, county Cork. In the late 17t...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XX, 2nd Series (1914), 160-161 (Greenfield) Allen (Clashanure & Liscongill) The Allens were Elizabethan settlers in county Cork. Richard Allen was established at Greenfield,...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XX, 2nd Series (1914), 161-162 (Gurteen) Campion Hajba writes that the first Thomas Campion of Leitrim, county Cork, was a Cromwellian settler who be...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XX, 2nd Series (1914), 162-163 (Gurteenard) Bastable Daniel Charles Bastable held land in the parishes of Clonfert and Clonmeen, barony of Duhallow, coun...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XX, 2nd Series (1914), 162-163 (Gurteenard) Collins (Gurteenard) John Collins a "49 Officer" was granted lands in county Limerick in 1666 under a patent to the Earls...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XX, 2nd Series (1914), 166-179 (Hazlewood) Lysaght/MacLysaght (Hazlewood & Raheen) The MacLysaght or Lysaght family were mainly located in county Clare in the 17th century. In 1749 W...
FITZGERALD UNIACKE, R.G. Some Old County Cork Families – sections on the Uniackes of Youghal, Woodhouse, Mount-Uniacke & Castletown & Uniacke-Fitzgerald of Corkbeg. III, 1st Series, Part I (1894), 113-116, 146-152, 183-191, 210-221, 232-241, 245-255 Uniacke ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' gives a very detailed genealogy of this family, established in the...
O’FLANAGAN, J. Roderick. Recollections of Castle Hyde. I, 2nd Series (1895), 200-207 Hyde (Castle Hyde) A family who settled in county Cork in Elizabethan times. In the early 1850s John Hyde's estate was...
O’FLANAGAN, J. Roderick. Recollections of Castle Hyde. I, 2nd Series (1895), 200-207 Beecher/Becher Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' and Smith both indicate that the Beechers were originally a Kent...
GILLMAN, Herbert Webb. History of a townland in Muskerry, with glimpses of county life. I, 2nd Series (1895), 218-226 (Cronodymore) Cross (Shandy Hall) The representatives of Abraham Cross held land in the parish of Magourney, barony of East Muskerry,...
Notes and Queries – John Anderson the Founder of Fermoy. VI, 2nd Series (1900), 250-253 Anderson (Fermoy) Hajba writes that John Anderson was a Scottish entrepreneur who came to Cork in 1780. He was a merc...
J.C. Justin MacCarthy, Lord Mountcashel. XIII, 2nd Series (1907), 157-174 McCartie (Carrignavar) The head of this old Irish family in the early 18th century was Charles McCarty of Carrignavar, coun...
J. C. Notes on the Cotter family of Rockforest, Co Cork. XIV, 2nd Series (1908), 1-12 Cotter A family, possibly of Danish origin, who were settled in county Cork from at least the 16th century....
BARRY, Rev E. Barrymore. VI, 2nd Series (1900), 193-209 Barry Burke's Extinct Peerage records the building of Barry's Court castle by Philip de Barry in 1206. T...
BARRY, Rev E. Barrymore. VI, 2nd Series (1900), 193-209 Barry/Smith-Barry (Fota) John Smith-Barry of Marbury Hall, Cheshire and Fota Island, county Cork, was a son of James Hugh Smi...
FLOOD, William Henry Grattan. Henry Eeles, Philosopher and Land Agent. XIII, 2nd Series (1907), 70-72 & XIV, 2nd Series (1908), 25-30 Cavendish In 1753 the Cavendish family, Dukes of Devonshire, inherited the Lismore estate, mainly located in c...
J.C. Admiral Penn, William Penn and their descendants in the Co Cork. XIV, 2nd Series (1908), 105-114 &177-189 Penn Sir William Penn, an English admiral, was granted the castle and manor of Macroom, county Cork, in t...
A genealogical note on the family of Cramer or Coghill. From materials collected by Bertram C.A. Windle. XVI, 2nd Series (1910), 66-81 Cramer (Kinsale) A family of German extract who came to Ireland in the reign of James I. Originally settled in county...
MACMAHON, Morgan. A Famous Corkman in Australia (Sir Redmond Barry). XVI, 2nd Series (1910), 60-64 Barry (Ballyclogh) The Barry family, 'McAdam Barry', were established at Lisnagar, Rathcormack and Ballyclough, county...
BALL, F. Ebrington. Thomas Adderley, of Innishannon M.P. III, 2nd Series (1897), 51-58 Adderley (Innishannon) Thomas Adderley (1712-1791), son of Francis Adderley of Innishannon, county Cork and Elizabeth Fowke...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XV, 2nd Series (1909), 261 (Ballynoe) Sanders (Charleville Park) ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' states that William Sanders of Charleville, county Cork, held The P...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XV, 2nd Series (1909), 271 (Ballywalter) Welstead Thomas Welstead and his wife Mary were granted 2,264 acres in the barony of Corkaguinny, county Kerr...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XV, 2nd Series (1909), 275 (Baltydaniel) Foote/Foott (Millfort & Carrigacunna) The Foote family were living in county Cork by the early 18th century. Burke's ''Landed Gentry of Ir...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIV, 2nd Series (1908), 249 (Ballymacmoy) Hennessy (Ballymacmoy) A family who were established at Ballymacmoy, Killavullen, county Cork, by the mid 18th century. On...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIV, 2nd Series (1908), 241(Ballyhoura) Crofts (Velvetstown) ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' traces this family's descent from William Crofts, a younger son of...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XIV, 2nd Series (1908), 193 (Ballygowan or John's town) Glover John Barry of Ballinvonare leased the lands of Curraghclonbroe, barony of Orrery and Kilmore, to Jam...
KNIGHT, Frederick W. Notes on the family of Ronayne or Ronan, of Cos Cork and Waterford. XXII, 2nd Series, (1916), 185 & XXIII (1917), 93-104 & 142-151 (Marino) French (Marino) Marino, county Cork, was the seat of the French family in the 18th century. At the time of Griffith...
KNIGHT, Frederick W. Notes on the family of Ronayne or Ronan, of Cos Cork and Waterford. XXII, 2nd Series, (1916), 56-63, 109-114, 178-185 & XXIII (1917), 93-104 & 142-151 Sarsfield (County Cork) The Sarsfield family were established in Cork since medieval times. Many of them served as High Sher...
KNIGHT, Frederick W. Notes on the family of Ronayne or Ronan, of Cos Cork and Waterford. XXII, 2nd Series, (1916), 56-63, 109-114, 178-185 & XXIII (1917), 93-104 & 142-151 (see also http://users.ameritech.net/trona/Notes.pdf) Ronayne (Cork & Waterford) The Ronayne family were located in county Cork from at least the early 17th century. Philip Ronayne...
E.C.R. Some Desmond Incidents and Notes on the Ronayne Family. XXIII, 2nd Series (1917), 104-107 Ronayne (Cork & Waterford) The Ronayne family were located in county Cork from at least the early 17th century. Philip Ronayne...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIII, 2nd Series (1917), 37-40 (Lisnagourneen) & 91-92 (Meadstown) Franks (Ballyscadden) The Franks of Meadstown, county Cork and Ballyscadden, county Limerick, share a common ancestry with...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIII, 2nd Series (1917), 37-40 (Lisnagourneen) Johnson (Cork) William Johnson, of Scottish descent, came to Ireland in the late 17th century. His descendant Nobl...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIII, 2nd Series (1917),46-58 (Lombardstown) Lombard (Lombardstown) The Lombards were located in county Cork from at least the mid 17th century. In 1724 James Lombard...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIII, 2nd Series (1917), 58-66 (Longueville) Longfield (Castlemary & Longueville) John Longfield, of Castle Mary, near Cloyne, county Cork married Mary Hawnby of Mallow, county Cork....
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIII, 2nd Series (1917), 80-89 (Mallow castle) Jephson-Norreys (Mallow Castle) Following the Desmond Rebellion in the 16th century, Mallow Castle was granted to Sir John Norreys,...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIII, 2nd Series (1917), 89-90 (Marybrook) Gibbings (Gibbings Grove) This family were Elizabethan settlers in the Shanagolden area of county Limerick. Two brothers were...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIII, 2nd Series (1917), 93-95 (Millfort) Foote/Foott (Millfort & Carrigacunna) The Foote family were living in county Cork by the early 18th century. Burke's ''Landed Gentry of Ir...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIII, 2nd Series (1917), 95-103 (Milltown Castle) Evans (Ash Hill Towers) A branch of the Evans family, Barons Carberys, descended from Thomas Evans of Miltown Castle, county...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIII, 2nd Series (1917), 95-103 (Milltown Castle) Bruce (Milltown Castle) A Scottish family who settled in the Bandon area of county Cork in the mid 17th century. Milltown Ca...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 109-113 (Monanimy Castle) Nagle (Ballygriffin & Annakisha) This family are descended from James Nagle (died 1678) of Annakissy or Annakisha, near Mallow, count...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIII, 2nd Series (1917), 114-116 (Glover of Mount Glover) Glover John Barry of Ballinvonare leased the lands of Curraghclonbroe, barony of Orrery and Kilmore, to Jam...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918),118-121 (Mount North) Lysaght (Mountnorth) At the end of the 17th century Nicholas Lysaght, a supporter of William III, married Grace, daughter...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 129-137 (Newberry Manor and House) Newman (Dromore) This family came from Wincanton, Somerset to county Cork in the mid 17th century and Richard Newman...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 133-137 (Newberry House) Swanzy The Reverend Henry Swanzy was the eldest son of Henry Swanzy of Rockfield, county Monaghan. He was...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 142 (Newtown Lodge, Clogheen) Lysaght/MacLysaght (Hazlewood & Raheen) The MacLysaght or Lysaght family were mainly located in county Clare in the 17th century. In 1749 W...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 143-149 (Oldcourt) Stawell (Old Court & Crobeg) This branch of the Stawell family, like the Kilbrittain family, trace their descent from Archdeacon...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 143-149 Morrogh The Morroghs were settled in Cork city from the 16th century. They held land in the parish of Caher...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 152-154 (Park) Norcott The Norcott family lived at Doneraile in county Cork, see http://www.iol.ie/~nodonnel/gentleman'svil...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 154-156 (Pencil Hill House) Spratt (Pencil Hill) This Spratts descend from a member of a Somerset family, the Reverend Devereux Spratt, who acquired...
KNIGHT, Frederick W. Notes on the family of Ronayne or Ronan, of Cos Cork and Waterford. XXII, 2nd Series, (1916), 185 & XXIII (1917), 93-104 & 142-151 Condon/Condron/Conron In the 18th century this family was located at Walshestown, parish of Churchtown, barony of Orrery a...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 158-162 (Quarterstown) Croker (Quartertown) Major Henry Croker of Quarterstown, county Cork was the fifth son of John Croker of Ballynaguarde, c...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 167-169 (Rathmaher) Purcell (Rathmaher, Co Cork) Denroche was a name associated with Cork city in the late 18th century. The Purcells of Rathmaher, p...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 170-173 (Renny) Smyth (Castle Widenham) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Grice R. Smith held land in the parishes of Ardnageehy and Kilqu...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 170-173 (Renny) Hare (Listowel) The Hare family had come to Ireland after the Cromwellian settlement and acquired property initiall...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 170-173 (Renny) Wallis (Drishane Castle) A family established at Curraglass, Mogeely, county Cork, from the early 17th century. In 1703, Thom...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 175-176 (Rockforest) Cotter A family, possibly of Danish origin, who were settled in county Cork from at least the 16th century....
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 177-180 (Rockmills) Aldworth The Aldworths settled in county Cork in the early 17th century and were established at Newmarket by...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXIV, 2nd Series (1918), 177-180 (Rockmills) Oliver (Castle Oliver) By the late 17th century the Olivers were settled at Clonodfoy (later known as Castle Oliver), baron...
A Chancery Bill of 1692-3. John Chinnery of Mallow, Attorney Defendant. [includes family tree]. XXV, 2nd Series (1919), 25-33 Chinnery The Chinnerys came from Suffolk and settled in county Cork in the mid 17th century. John Chinnery o...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXV, 2nd Series (1919), 182 (Rocksavage) Mansergh (Grenane) The Manserghs, originally from Barwicke Hall, Yorkshire, settled at Macrony Castle, near Fermoy in c...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXV, 2nd Series (1919), 185-188 (Roskeen) Power (Roskeen) Colonel Grove White includes a detailed family history of this family in his notes. The Powers were...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXV, 2nd Series (1919), 194-195 (Saffron Hill) St. Leger A Norman family who first established connections with the Province of Munster in the mid 16th centu...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXV, 2nd Series (1919), 194-195 (Saffron Hill) Creagh/Brasier Creagh In 1779 Alderman Kilner Brooke Brasier of Rivers and Ballyvoir, Lisard, county Limerick married Mary...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXV, 2nd Series (1919), 199-201 (Shanballymore) Roberts (Kilmoney) This family are a junior branch of the Roberts family of Brightfieldstown, county Cork, baronets. I...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). [includes Holmes pedigree]. XXV, 2nd Series (1919), 206-212 (Shinanagh) Holmes (Ballyhoura) The representatives of Robert Holmes held at least five townlands in the parish of Imphrick, barony...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). [includes Holmes pedigree]. XXV, 2nd Series (1919), 206-212 (Shinanagh) Holmes The Holmes family, who were granted the title Baron Heytesbury in 1828, held estates in counties Lim...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXV, 2nd Series (1919), 214-215 (Spital)) O'Keeffe The O'Keeffes were an old Irish family, long established in the Kanturk area of county Cork. The O'...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). [includes detailed family history]. XXV, 2nd Series (1919), 215-220 (Springfield) Norcott The Norcott family lived at Doneraile in county Cork, see http://www.iol.ie/~nodonnel/gentleman'svil...
BOURKE, M.J. The Fitzmaurices – Lords of Kerry. XXVI, 2nd Series (1920), 10-18 Fitzmaurice (Earl of Kerry) Thomas Fitzmaurice, 1st Earl of Kerry (1668 - 16 March 1741), was the son of William FitzMaurice, 2...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVI, 2nd Series (1920), 221-222 (Spring Grove) Harris At the time of Griffith's Valuation the representatives of Thomas Harris held an estate in the paris...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVI, 2nd Series (1920), 221-222 (Spring Grove) Bastable Daniel Charles Bastable held land in the parishes of Clonfert and Clonmeen, barony of Duhallow, coun...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVI, 2nd Series (1920), 222-223 (Springmount) Seward (Cos Galway & Cork) "The General Armory" records the granting of arms to Henry Osburne Seward of Lee Cottage and Douglas...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVI, 2nd Series (1920), 223-224 (Springvale) Grehan (Clonmeen) An estate inherited by the Grehan family of Dublin in the early 19th century. Stephen Grehan (1776...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVI, 2nd Series (1920), 227-230 (Streamhill) Crofts (Velvetstown) ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' traces this family's descent from William Crofts, a younger son of...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVI, 2nd Series (1920), 233-234 (Subulter) Leahy (Subulter) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Richard Leahy held land in the parishes of Kilbrin, Kilmeen and...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVI, 2nd Series (1920), 234-235 (Summerhill) Williamson (Carhookeal) At the time of Griffith's Valuation this family held land in the parishes of Garrycloyne and Grenagh...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVI, 2nd Series (1920), 236 (Summerville) Wrixon Henry Wrixon of Assolas was the father of William Wrixon who married Mary Becher in 1778. Their son,...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVI, 2nd Series (1920), 236-237 (Sunny Hill) Delacour Of French origin this family settled in county Cork in the second half of the 17th century. In 1680...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVI, 2nd Series (1920), 237 (Sunnyside) Haines/Haynes In his will made in 1825 Charles Haines of Mallow, county Cork, mentions his sons Thomas, Humphrey,...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVI, 2nd Series (1920), 241-243 (Templemary) Crofts (Churchtown) This branch of the Crofts family were descended from George Crofts of Ballintemple, county Cork, who...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVI, 2nd Series (1920), 241-243 (Templemary) Purcell (Burton Park) The Purcells were settled in county Cork from the early 18th century. John Purcell of Highfort was...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVI, 2nd Series (1920), 255-262 (Pedigree of Tuckey of Worchester and County Cork) Tuckey Capt. John Tuckey of Kilronan, Dunmanway, was the owner of over 600 acres in county Cork in the 1870...
BOURKE, M.J. The Tierneys and the Egmont Estates. XXVII, 2nd Series (1921), 10-14 Tierney Edward Tierney (1780-1856) was Crown Solicitor of the North West circuit. His brother, Sir Matthew...
BOURKE, M.J. The Tierneys and the Egmont Estates. XXVII, 2nd Series (1921), 10-14 Perceval In 1666 and 1668 Sir Philip Percevall was granted large estates in county Cork and over 1,000 acres...
BOURKE, M.J. The Luttrels of Luttrelstown. XXVII, 2nd Series, 65-69 (Luke White) White (Lareen) The White family acquired these lands in the Kinlough area in the early 19th century though their ma...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVII, 2nd Series (1921), 279-281 (Tullylease) Sullivan (Tullylease & Curramore) A Gaelic family who dropped the 'O' from O'Sullivan and became Sullivan in the early 18th century....
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVII, 2nd Series (1921), 281-300 (Velvetstown including genealogical information) Crofts (Velvetstown) ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' traces this family's descent from William Crofts, a younger son of...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVII, 2nd Series (1921), 310-315 (Walshestown) Condon/Condron/Conron In the 18th century this family was located at Walshestown, parish of Churchtown, barony of Orrery a...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVII, 2nd Series (1921), 315 (Waterloo) Longfield (Castlemary & Longueville) John Longfield, of Castle Mary, near Cloyne, county Cork married Mary Hawnby of Mallow, county Cork....
FLOOD, W.H. Grattan. Notes from the Egmont Diary 1730-1733. XXVIII, 2nd Series (1922), 19-22 Perceval In 1666 and 1668 Sir Philip Percevall was granted large estates in county Cork and over 1,000 acres...
Notes and Queries, Dennys of Cork. XXVIII, 2nd Series (1922), 45-46 Denny (Co Cork) James Denny owned 674 acres at Garranegenah and Togheraume, barony of Condons and Clongibbons, count...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVIII, 2nd Series (1922), 317 (Wilton) Webb (Quarterstown) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Robert Webb held land in the parishes of Castletownroche, barony...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVIII, 2nd Series (1922), 318-324 (Woodfort) Ware (Woodfort) The Wares were Elizabethan settlers in county Cork. Early generations married members of the Newman...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVIII, 2nd Series (1922), 325-326 (Woodville) Gibbings (Gibbings Grove) This family were Elizabethan settlers in the Shanagolden area of county Limerick. Two brothers were...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVIII, 2nd Series (1922), 326-331 (Woodville) Creagh/Brasier Creagh In 1779 Alderman Kilner Brooke Brasier of Rivers and Ballyvoir, Lisard, county Limerick married Mary...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVIII, 2nd Series (1922), 326-331 (Woodville, includes detailed family history of Sherlocks) Sherlock (Cork) At the time of Griffith's Valuation members of the Sherlock family owned land in the parishes of Bal...
WELPLY, W.H. T Family and Descendants of Edmund Spenser. XXVIII, 2nd Series, (1922), 22-34 & 49-61 Spenser Edmund Spenser, the poet, was granted a large estate in county Cork by Queen Elizabeth I, based arou...
Notes and Queries. Sir Henry Brown Hayes. XXIX, 2nd Series (1924), 112-113 Hayes (Vernon Mount) Ottiwell or Attwell Hayes of Vernon-mount, county Cork, is listed as a subscriber to Lewis ''Topogra...
The genealogy of Galway of Lota and Arms quartered with those of Ormonde. XXX, 2nd Series (1925), 59-74 Galway/Galwey (Lota & West Cork) "Burke's Irish Family Records" traces the ancestry of this family back to their location in Kinsale,...
BERKELEY, George. History of the Lavallins. XXX, 2nd Series (1925), 10-15, 75-83 & XXX1, 2nd Series (1926), 36-43, 53-59 Lavallin The Lavallin family held an estate in the Queenstown vicinity of county Cork in the late 17th centur...
BERKELEY, George. History of the Lavallins. XXX, 2nd Series (1925), 10-15, 75-83 & XXX1, 2nd Series (1926), 36-43, 53-59 Atkins (Carrigaline & Queenstown) Robert Atkins of Waterpark, Carrigaline, county Cork, Sheriff of Cork in 1722 was a relative of Robe...
LEE, Dr Philip G. Riverstown and Riverstown House. XXXII, 2nd Series (1927), 36-43, 53-59 Browne (Riverstown) This family of Brownes, originally from Essex, settled in the city of Cork in the mid 17th century....
Some Account of the Roberts Family of Kilmoney. XXXIV, 2nd Series (1929), p.107-110. Roberts (Kilmoney) This family are a junior branch of the Roberts family of Brightfieldstown, county Cork, baronets. I...
Pedigree of Captain D'Esterre who was fatally wounded by Daniel O'Connell in a duel in 1815. XXXIV, 2nd Series, (1929), 47 D'Esterre A French Hugenot family, who came to Ireland via Holland in the late 17th century and were granted...
ABBOTT, Ven T.C. The Birth of Fermoy. XXXIII, 2nd Series (1928), 16-19 Anderson (Fermoy) Hajba writes that John Anderson was a Scottish entrepreneur who came to Cork in 1780. He was a merc...
FOX, James B. Some notes on the Shaw Family of Monkstown Castle. XXXVII, 2nd Series (1932), 93-95 (including family tree) & XL, 2nd Series (1935), 53-54 Shaw (Monkstown Castle) Bernard Robert Shaw (1801-1880) of Monkstown Castle, county Cork, was the son of Bernard Shaw, Colle...
Rostellan Castle and its Owners. XLI, 2nd Series (1936), 109-111 O'Brien (Inchiquin Castle) Murrough O'Brien, 6th Baron Inchiquin, was created 1st Earl of Inchiquin in 1654. An estate of almo...
O’SULLIVAN, Daniel. Will of John Mahony [of Dunloe]. XLI, 2nd Series (1936), 105-108 & XLII, 2nd Series (1937), 53-55 & 111-114 Mahony (Dunkerron North) The Mahonys were originally a Gaelic Irish family, various branches of which held lands in Cork, Ker...
Obituary. Colonel Grove White. XLIII, 2nd Series (1938), 130-131 White/Grove White (Kilburn/Kilbyrne) The White family were established at Kilbyrne, parish of Caherduggan, county Cork, from the mid 17th...
The Cotter Family of Rockforest, Co Cork, being portion of a history of the family by the late Rev Charles P. Cotter. XLIII 2nd Series (1938), 21-31 Cotter A family, possibly of Danish origin, who were settled in county Cork from at least the 16th century....
The Somervilles and their connexions in Cork. XLVII, 2nd Series (1942), 30-33 Somerville Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' indicates that the first of this family to settle in Cork was Rev....
The Somervilles and their connections in Cork. XLVII, 2nd Series (1942), 30-33 Riggs The Riggs family were located in county Cork from the 17th century. They acquired much of their cou...
The Somervilles and their connexions in Cork. XLVII, 2nd Series (1942), 30-33 Parker (Passage West) The Parker family were resident at Passage West from the early eighteenth century and were prominent...
The Somervilles and their connexions in Cork. XLVII, 2nd Series (1942), 30-33 Reeves (Besborough) A family originally from Sussex who settled in Ireland in the mid 17th century. Their connection wi...
POWER, Rev P.(ed.) A document from the Penal Era. XLVII, 2nd Series (1942), 24-29 Power (Clashmore) Richard Power, of Clashmore House, was MP for Waterford in the early nineteenth century. His heiress...
Notes and Queries. Butler, Matthew. The Powers of Clashmore. XLVII, 2nd Series (1942), 121-122 Power (Clashmore) Richard Power, of Clashmore House, was MP for Waterford in the early nineteenth century. His heiress...
Ó BUACHALLA, Liam. Tenant Farmers of the Barrymore Estate, 1768. LI, 2nd Series (1946), 31-40 Barry Burke's Extinct Peerage records the building of Barry's Court castle by Philip de Barry in 1206. T...
COLLINS, John T. Legal documents relating to Fermoy, Castlelyons and other parts of East Cork. LII, 2nd Series (1947), 178-185 & LIII, 2nd Series (1948), 13-18 Barry Burke's Extinct Peerage records the building of Barry's Court castle by Philip de Barry in 1206. T...
COLLINS, John T. Legal documents relating to Fermoy, Castlelyons and other parts of East Cork. LII, 2nd Series (1947), 178-185 Boyle (Earl of Cork and Orrery) Richard Boyle was created 1st Earl of Cork in the 1620s. The Earl of Cork’s main estates were in cou...
COLLINS, John T. Legal documents relating to Fermoy, Castlelyons and other parts of East Cork. LII, 2nd Series (1947), 178-185 Forward (Fermoy) The Abbey lands at Fermoy were in the possession of the Boyle family, Earls of Cork from at least th...
COLLINS, John T. Legal documents relating to Fermoy, Castlelyons and other parts of East Cork. LII, 2nd Series (1947), 178-185 Peard Turtle Bunbury writes that Henry Peard of Coole married Mary Gumbleton of Curraglass, county Cork, i...
COLLINS, John T. Legal documents relating to Fermoy, Castlelyons and other parts of East Cork. LII, 2nd Series (1947), 178-185 Nason There appear to be two branches of this family. One branch settled at Mellefontstown, county Cork in...
COLLINS, John T. Legal documents relating to Fermoy, Castlelyons and other parts of East Cork. LII, 2nd Series (1947), 178-185 & LIII, 2nd Series (1948), 13-18 Anderson (Fermoy) Hajba writes that John Anderson was a Scottish entrepreneur who came to Cork in 1780. He was a merc...
ANNESLEY, Cressida. The land war in West Cork - the boycott of William Bence Jones. XCIX (1994), pp.1-22. Bence-Jones William Bence-Jones of Lisselane, Clonakilty and addresses in Cork city was an attorney who held "im...
WELPLY, W.H. The Art and Mystery of Brewing (in Cork). [includes Phaire family tree]. LXII, 2nd Series (1957), 102-110 Phayre/Phaire The Phaires or Phayres of Cork are descended from Colonel Robert Phaire, a Cromwellian soldier and G...
WALSH, Rev T.J. The Memorandum Book of David Rochfort. 2nd Series, LXVI (1961), 55-64 Kearney (Kinsale) The Kearney family were established at Garrettstown, near Kinsale, county Cork, by the end of the 17...
WALLIS, Sheila. The Wallis Family of Drishane. 2nd Series, LXVII (1962), 48-53 Wallis (Drishane Castle) A family established at Curraglass, Mogeely, county Cork, from the early 17th century. In 1703, Thom...
HOGAN, William & Ó BUACHALLA, Liam (eds). The Letters and Papers of James Cotter Junior 1689-1720. 2nd Series, LXVIII (1963), 66-95 Cotter A family, possibly of Danish origin, who were settled in county Cork from at least the 16th century....
BLACKALL, Sir Henry. Note on the letters and papers of James Cotter Junior 1689-1720. 2nd Series, LXIX (1964), 136-138 Cotter A family, possibly of Danish origin, who were settled in county Cork from at least the 16th century....
BLACKALL, Sir Henry. The Galweys of Munster. 2nd Series, LXXI (1966), 138-158 Galway/Galwey (Lota & West Cork) "Burke's Irish Family Records" traces the ancestry of this family back to their location in Kinsale,...
GRANT, A.P. The Grant Families of County Tipperary. 2nd Series, LXXVII (1972), 65-75 Grant (Kilmurry) The Grant family were originally settled in county Waterford. They were established at Kilmurry, pa...
READ, Hugo. The Penroses of Woodhill, Cork: An Account of their Property in the City. 2nd Series, LXXXV (1980), 79-98 Dennis (Cork) Hugo Read writes that in the mid 18th century John Dennis, a Quaker, was a timber merchant in Cork....
READ, Hugo. The Penroses of Woodhill, Cork: An Account of their Property in the City. 2nd Series, LXXXV (1980), 79-98 Penrose (Woodhill) This was the senior branch of the Penroses of Cork, descended from a Cornish Quaker family of that n...
BLACKALL, Sir Henry. The Galweys of Munster. [Enniskean branch]. 2nd Series, LXXIII (1968), 161-174 Galway/Galwey (Lota & West Cork) "Burke's Irish Family Records" traces the ancestry of this family back to their location in Kinsale,...
BLACKALL, Sir Henry. The Galweys of Munster. [Killarney, Mallow, Youghal branches]. 2nd Series, LXXIV (1969), 71-83 Galway/Galwey (Lota & West Cork) "Burke's Irish Family Records" traces the ancestry of this family back to their location in Kinsale,...
BLACKALL, Sir Henry. The Galweys of Munster. Part 2 Genealogies. [including Galwey of Lota, Fort Richard, Doon, Nadrid, Carrick, Dungarven, Kinsale & Limerick]. 2nd Series, LXXII (1967), 20-47 & 122-134 Galway (Doon) By the mid 19th century Edward Galway was living at Doon, close to the border between counties Clare...
BLACKALL, Sir Henry. The Galweys of Munster. [Killarney, Mallow, Youghal branches]. 2nd Series, LXXIV (1969), 71-83 Gallway Edward Galway, of Queen’s County, owned over 1500 acres in Kerry in the 1870s. In the 1830s, Christo...
TOWNSEND, Dorothea. Notes on the Council Book of ClonaKilty, 1675-1782. With a pedigrees of the Freke family. Ser. 2,. I-II, (1895-6), XI(1905), pp. 98-9, Freke In 1702 and 1703 Percy Freke of Rathbarry [Castle Freke], county Cork, purchased parts of various fo...
Diary of Elizabeth Freke, 1671-1714. XVI-XIX, (1910-13) Freke In 1702 and 1703 Percy Freke of Rathbarry [Castle Freke], county Cork, purchased parts of various fo...
HAYES, John. The Trants: an Enterprising Catholic Family in 18th Century Cork. 2nd Series, LXXXVI (1981), 21-29, 243-244 Trant (Kerry & Tipperary) The Trants had originally held lands in the barony of Corkaguiny, county Kerry but by the early 19th...
KINGSTON, A. Richard. The Origins of Co Cork Kingstons. 2nd Series, LXXXVI (1981), 75-99 Kingston (Cork) Kingston states that this family came to Ireland during the Munster plantation, possibly under the a...
BRUNICARDI, Niall. John Anderson’s Bankruptcy. 2nd Series, LXXXX (1984), 88-98 Anderson (Fermoy) Hajba writes that John Anderson was a Scottish entrepreneur who came to Cork in 1780. He was a merc...
Ó MURCHADHA, Diarmuid. Diary of General Richard O’Donovan 1819-1823. 2nd Series, XCI (1986), 105-117 O'Donovan Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' indicates that The O'Donovan's ancestors' original territories were...
Ó MURCHADHA, Diarmuid. Diary of General Richard O’Donovan 1819-1823. 2nd Series, XCI (1986), 105-117 Powell (West Carbery) Burke indicates that the Powells, originally a Welsh family, inherited the O'Donovan estate at Rosc...
SMITH, F.B. Sir Redmond Barry. 2nd Series, XCIII (1988), 14-20 Barry (Ballyclogh) The Barry family, 'McAdam Barry', were established at Lisnagar, Rathcormack and Ballyclough, county...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVI, 2nd Series (1920), 225-226 (Springville) Wise/Wyse (Cork) At the time of Griffith's Valuation the Wyse minors, William and Charles, held an estate in the pari...
Historical and Topographical Notes, etc on Buttevant, Doneraile, Mallow and Places in their vicinity. Collected by James Grove White (c 1906). XXVI (1920), 226-227 (Stannard's Grove) Cotter A family, possibly of Danish origin, who were settled in county Cork from at least the 16th century....
George Chinnery (1774-1852) with an account of his family and genealogy. XXXVII(1932), 11-21 and XXXVIII (1933), 1-15 Chinnery The Chinnerys came from Suffolk and settled in county Cork in the mid 17th century. John Chinnery o...
The Drews of Mocollop Castle. 2nd Series, XXIV (1918), 4-6 Drew (Rockfield & Mocollop Castle) This family were a junior branch of the Drews of Drewscourt, county Cork and held land in counties W...
MacCarthys of Drishane. 2nd Series, XXIII (1917), 114-115 McCarthy (Drishane) McCarthys had been established in the Drishane area of county Cork for many centuries. Lane writes t...
CAULFIELD, Dr. Records of the Sarsfield family of the County Cork. 2nd Series, XXI (1915), 82-91, 131-136 Sarsfield (County Cork) The Sarsfield family were established in Cork since medieval times. Many of them served as High Sher...
The Southwells. 2nd Series, XVIII (1912), 141-149 Southwell (Co Cork) In 1666 Robert Southwell was granted lands in the liberties of Kinsale, county Cork and in the baron...
DAY, Robert. The Irish Volunteers of 1782, being a copy of a letter, dated Nov, 1829, from Daniel O'Connell to Walter, afterwards Judge Berwick. Ser. 2, Vol. XVII, (1911), p. 34 Berwick In the 1870s the representatives of Walter Berwick owned 653 acres in county Cork. Walter Berwick w...
C.J. A County Cork Baronet's change of name, Sir Richard Brooke de Capell Brooke. Ser. 2, Vol. X, (1904), p. 209 Brooke (Aghadoe) Mary Brooke, daughter of Arthur Brooke of the Broke/Brooke family of Great Oakley, Northamptonshire,...
Argan Mór. Gibbings and Bowerman of Cooliney. Ser. 2, Vol. I, (1895), pp. 238-239, pp. 426-427 Bowerman In 1668 Cornet Henry Bowerman was granted 1,418 acres in the barony of Orrery and Kilmore, county Co...
MOORE, Rev Courtenay. The family of Condon. Ser. 3, Vol. XVIII, (1912), p. 103 Condon/Condron/Conron In the 18th century this family was located at Walshestown, parish of Churchtown, barony of Orrery a...
COLLINS, John T. The Healys of Donoughmore. Ser. 2, Vol. XLVII (1943), pp. 124-132 Hely Hutchinson The Hutchinsons were established at Knocklofty, barony of Iffa and Offa West, county Tipperary, from...
O’BRIEN, John B. Sadleir’s Bank (The Tipperary Joint Stock Bank 1838-56). 2nd Series, LXXXII (1977), 33-38 Sadleir (Ballintemple & Shrone Hill) John Sadleir of London settled at Ballintemple, county Tipperary, in the 1660s having a grant of lan...
F. C. Leslies of Balquhain and Kincraigie. Ser. 2, Vol. III, pp. 302-303, 1897 Leslie (Cork) The Leslies of Cork were a branch of the Leslie family of Kincraigie, county Donegal, descended from...
TENISON, Charles M. The private bankers of Cork and the South of Ireland. With notes by Argan Mór (pseud.) and Robert Lecky. Ser. 1, Vol. I, pp. 221-24, 242-47, 1892; Vol. II, pp. 8-10, 26-30, 46-8, 69-72, 74-5, 94-7. 113-15, 134-7, 159-62, 207-8, 1893: Vol. III, pp. 56, 63-4, 1894 Leslie (Cork) The Leslies of Cork were a branch of the Leslie family of Kincraigie, county Donegal, descended from...
O'CALLAGHAN, Joseph F. The O'Callaghans of Banteer and Clonmeen in the 18th century. CXV, (2010), 115-134 O'Callaghan (Clonmeen) The O'Callaghans of Clonmeen Castle and later of Clonmeen Lodge, barony of Duhallow, county Cork, we...
BICKERSTETH, Robert. Query concerning the parentage and pedigree of Joseph Garde, mayor of Cork in 1830. With a pedigree of the Garde family. Ser.2,V (1899), pp.200-202. Garde The Gardes were originally from Kent and settled in county Cork in the mid 17th century. In the 18t...
HURLEY, W.T. Query re the family of Pierce Power, resident in Clonmult, 1684. Ser. 2, Vol. XXXVI (1931), p. 53, Power (Clonmult) The Power family were located in the Clonmult locality, Middleton, county Cork, from the late 17th c...
MOORE, Rev Courtenay. A side-light on Irish Clerical life in the 17th century, being passages from the Autobiography of Rev. Devereux Spratt, Rector of Brigown, 1661-1663. Ser. 2, Vol. XII (1906), pp. 88-96 Spratt (Pencil Hill) This Spratts descend from a member of a Somerset family, the Reverend Devereux Spratt, who acquired...
LYNCH, James F. Monastery of Rutland, or the Barony of Coolanamuckie, in connection with the Wall family. Series 2, XVIII (1912), p.108. Wall (Dysert) Gallway states that the Wall family had held property in the neighbourhood of Coolnamuck, barony of...
Dr. Warburton, Bishop of Cloyne. Ser. 2, Vol. XI (1905), p. 46 Warburton (Cork) The Venerable Archdeacon Warburton is recorded as owning 913 acres in county Cork in the 1870s. Thi...
Journal of the Rev. D.A. Beaufort, 1788. 2nd Series, XI (1905), 36 Deane Matthew Deane came to Ireland in the mid 17th century and purchased lands in county Cork. He was ma...
O'MAHONY, Eoin. Obituary of Valentine, Marquess MacSwiney of Mashanaglass. Ser. 2, Vol. L, p. 68, 1945 McSweeney/MacSwiney (Cork) In the mid 19th century the representatives of John McSweeny held land in the county Cork parishes o...
KINGSTON, Gearóid. Revisiting the origins of Co. Cork Kingstons. CXVI (2011), pp.55-80. Kingston (Cork) Kingston states that this family came to Ireland during the Munster plantation, possibly under the a...
MORRISSEY, Conor J. Albinia Brodrick: Munster's Anglo-Irish republican. CXVI (2011), pp.94-108, Brodrick (Midleton) Sir St John Brodrick of Wandsworth, Surrey, came to Ireland in the mid 17th century and was granted...
COLE, John Harding. Innishannon and its neighbourhood. XII, 2nd Series, (1907), 53-64 Adderley (Innishannon) Thomas Adderley (1712-1791), son of Francis Adderley of Innishannon, county Cork and Elizabeth Fowke...