List of townlands of the barony of Kinsale in County Cork
This is a sortable table of the townlands in the barony of Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland. Duplicate names occur where there is more than one townland with the same name in the barony, and also where a townland is known by two alternative names. Names marked in bold typeface are towns and villages, and the word Town appears for those entries in the area column.

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This is a sortable table of the townlands in the barony of Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland. Duplicate names occur where there is more than one townland with the ...
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Lists of townlands of County Cork - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A list of lists of townlands in County Cork, Ireland by barony: there are ... Cork · List of townlands of the barony of Condons & Clangibbon in County Cork · List of  ...
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Pages in category "Lists of townlands of County Cork by barony". The following 23 pages are in this category, out of 23 total. This list may not reflect recent ...
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County Cork - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There are 24 historic baronies in the county—the most of any county in Ireland. ... See also: List of townlands of County Cork ... Dunmanway in the west to the town of Bandon before draining into Kinsale Harbour on Ireland's south coast. Cork ...
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List of civil parishes of County Cork - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The namesake of Baron Muskerry. ... The parish of St. Nicholas consists of a single townland that is an exclave of the ... contiguous townlands also lying in a third barony still further south - Kinsale.
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Barony of Cork - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Not to be confused with Barony of Cork City or Earl of Cork. Cork (Irish: ... See also: List of townlands of the barony of Cork in County Cork. The barony of Cork ...
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Kinsale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kinsale (Irish: Cionn tSáile) is a fishing village in County Cork, Ireland. .... Dennis, 1st Baron Tracton (1721–1782), Irish judge and politician; born near Kinsale .... List of townlands in County Cork · Mountains and hills of County Cork · Rivers of ...
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List of townlands of the barony of Bear in County Cork - Wikipedia ...
This is a sortable table of the townlands in the barony of Bear, County Cork, Ireland. Duplicate names occur where there is more than one townland with the ...
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Ballinspittle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The most southerly tip the Old Head of Kinsale is a site of ancient and ... List of townlands in County Cork · Mountains and hills of County Cork · Rivers of County  ...
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Barony of Bantry (County Cork) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bantry (Irish: Beanntraí) is a barony in the west of County Cork in Ireland. ... List of civil parishes of County Cork · List of townlands of the barony of Bantry in ...
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This is a sortable table of the townlands in the barony of Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland. Duplicate names occur where there is more than one townland with the ...
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A list of lists of townlands in County Cork, Ireland by barony: there are ... Cork · List of townlands of the barony of Condons & Clangibbon in County Cork · List of  ...
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There are 24 historic baronies in the county—the most of any county in Ireland. While baronies ... See also: List of townlands of County Cork. There are 253 civil  ...
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For the county of the same name, see County Cork. .... The present extent of the city has exceeded the medieval boundaries of the Barony of Cork City; it now ...
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list of sources is not exhaustive, it should serve as a useful starting .... of County, Baronies and Parishes, gives the names of townlands, tituladoes ... part of the Archaeological Survey of County Cork, based in University ... Sources for the Archaeological and Architectural Heritage of Cork City & County page 4 of 6. Kinsale.
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The area where Casey's family came from is a small portion of NW Cork and E ... and western Duhallow Barony (Cork) before that time, Coshe Mang (from the ... who do have them (a partial list of other locations is given at the end of this article ). ..... Cork County Library, Cork; University College Library, Cork; Central Catholic ...
Estate Record: Harrison (Kinsale)
Mrs. Charlotte Harrison was the owner of over 600 acres in county Cork in the ... House Name / Description, Townland, Civil Parish, PLU, DED, Barony, County, Map Ref ... University College Cork, Boole Library Archives: Indenture made between ... An alphabetical list of the owners of estates of 500 acres or £500 valuation ...
Estate Record: Banfield
The Banfields were a Quaker merchant family of Clonmel, county Tipperary, involved in ... and Bernard P. Whelan held 2 townlands in the parish of Kiltegan, barony of Iffa ... had connections with the Kinsale and Bandon areas of county Cork from the ... 80; Oxford University: Bodleian Library: Letter to Sir R. Southwell from J.
Estate Record: Barter (County Cork)
The Barter family were established in county Cork from the late 17th century. ... of Mary Barter amounting to over 1,000 acres at Ballywilliam, barony of Kinsale, ... House Name / Description, Townland, Civil Parish, PLU, DED, Barony, County, Map Ref ... The name Joseph M. Barter of Dromcarra House appears in the list of  ...
Estate Record: Herrick
Burke claims that the county Cork Herrick family is a junior branch of that of ... adjacent to Kinsale and Inishannon, county Cork, in the seventeenth century. ... House Name / Description, Townland, Civil Parish, PLU, DED, Barony, County, Map Ref ... D. 22,128-9; Oxford University: Bodleian Library: Herrick Family Papers, ...
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General Alphabetical Index to Townlands and Towns, Parishes and Baronies of Ireland: Based on the Census of Ireland...
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In all genealogical work the first and most important step is to establish the geographical origin of the ancestor. In Irish research the genealogist may know the name of the county where the ancestor lived but be puzzled about a place name given as the place of birth or residence. In all probability the place-name s that of a townland, the smalles...
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Nor is there any connection with the supposedly 'ancient' name of the barony of Kerrycurrihy, given by Cox and Smith on a ... (2) Klnure This is a civil parish, also situated on the sea-coast, at Oysterhaven near Kinsale ; it comprises 14 townlands. ... Morishe of Kinur.88 A.D. 1600 : David Roche fitz James, of Knowre. 84 " 6 Mullain is the usual variant for 6 Maolain in Co. ... 86 17 Log-ainmneacha " Records of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, i, 354ff " The 1615 list as printed in Arch. Hib. ii, gives ...
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John Edward Pigot, born in Kilworth, Co. Cork, using the pen-name 'Fermoy', contributed articles to The Nation and The Spirit of the Nation: he was a member of Young ... of the 1660 and 1661 poll-money ordinances, the Piggots were also listed as tituladoes in the town of Kinsale, in Cos. Kilkenny and Cork, with three in Co. Laois. Herein the name was among the principal Irish names in the barony of Maryborough. The 1 8 14 Directory lists Piggots at Camira and Capard in the Co.
Family Names of County Cork
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Quite a number were from the barony of Kinalea — Adam and William of Ring- curran, David of Ballynalougha (par. ... of Roche 'tituladoes' (presumably landholders) scattered throughout the county, though Fermoy is missing from the census lists. ... of Ballintlea (Doneraile), Richard and Maurice of Kinsale, Stephen (merchant), Dominick (vintner), and Andrew (gent.) ... Cork, and this dispersion happened centuries earlier as we may deduce from such townland-names as Ardarostig (Ard ...
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Two of the most important land records in Ireland are Griffith's Valuation and the Tithe Applotment Books The example above is an extract from one of the maps of Griffith's Valuation. This particular map is of Kinsale in County Cork. You can see each field with a number or letter corresponding to a column…
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