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INDEX TO  THE ANNALS OF CHURCHTOWN 

Abbey Theatre, 199

Abbot and Costello,

Absentee Landlords, 27, 422, 429

Academy Award [1936], 111

Acknowledgements, 7/11

Acre, Cunningham [Scottish], 27

Act for the Union of Great Britain and Ireland, 263

Acts of Deeds [See of Cloyne], 224

Adair, William, 37

Adventurers, 27, 111, 259

Advice to those taking the Churchtown Trails, 395

Advowson, 27

Aerial view of Churchtown Village in 2000, looking east to Burton Park, 516

Aerial view of Churchtown Village in 2004, looking west to GAA grounds 517,

Aerial views of Churchtown Village in the 1960s, 526

Africa [continent] 79

Africa [magazine], 237

Aga [cooker], 52

Aghaburren 1833 Tithe Applotment – nil return.

Aghaburren, [Ahaburren, previously Ahaghbourne ] 21, 27, 29, 30, 33, 38, 48, 83, 123, 134, 182, 215, 259, 310, 417

Aghaburren: Household Census 1901, 1911, 279.

Aghaburren: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 310.

Aghaburren: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 279.

Aghina, 100

Aglish Cross, 394, 395

Aglishdrinagh [ancient name of Aglish], 449

Agricola

Agricultural Implements and Machinery, 261

Ahern, David, 43

Ahern, Edmond, 276

Ahern, Helen, 459

Ahern, James, 305

Ahern, Maurice, 341

Aherne family [village], 90

Aherne, Barry, 85

Aherne, Michael, 73, 84, 197

Aherne, Myra, 563

Ahern-O’Connor, Eileen, 85, 95, 108, 237, 254, 457, 471, 473, 476, 554, 560, 566, 576, 569, 574

AIB Better Ireland Community Award, 108, 468

Aiken, Frank, 111

Aladdin lamp, 180

Alfie Brown’s Hill, 30, 120,

Algiers, Battle of, 222.

All Ireland, 1947 Senior Football Final, 42

Allan, Harry, ‘Kruger’, 30

Allen, Francis, 300

Allen, Johanna ‘alias Enright’ [171]

Allen, John [d. 1771], 171, 277

Allen, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 [Imogane], 334

Allen, William [Imogane] 30, 333, 334

Allen, William [Magistrate], 426

Allen’s Well, 30,

Allow River, 41, 270

Altamira Bridge, 39

Altamira, 60

America, 154, 155, 199, 256, 444, 465, 509, 510

Amsterdam, 212

An Irish Flora, 386

An Raibh Tú ag an gCarraig?, 191

Anagh [Annagh], 15.

Ancient Order of Hibernians, 31

ANCO, 113

Anderson, Captain Andrew [father of Robert A. Anderson, Mountcorbitt], 195, 451

Anderson, Neville, 195, 305

Anderson, Robert Andrew, 19, 22, 31, 115, 195, 532, 562

Andrews, Ellen, 317

Angel [coin], 32

Anglesboro, 146

Anglican Church, 132,

Anglican, 32

Anglo-Irish Treaty, 263

Anglo-Irish Treaty, 66

Anglo-Norman [colonisation process], 117

Anglo-Normans, 215,

Anna [Annagh in Nicholls’s 1823 Survey], 424

Annagh Bogs, 32, 34, 162, 259, 310, 385, 386, 389, 394,

Annagh Bogs: 1833 Tithe Applotment see Annagh, 279.

Annagh Bogs: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 310.

Annagh Bogs: Household Census 1901, 1911, 280.

Annagh Bogs: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 280.

Annagh Bridge, 17, 28, 33, 34, 39, 166, 350, 394, 395, 495, 531,

Annagh Bridge; Foundation stone, 531

Annagh Castle, 15, 33, 34, 214, 350, 417, 452

Annagh Church Cross, 35, 76, 538,

Annagh Church, 17

Annagh North, 32, 259, 264, 311, 349

Annagh North: 1833 Tithe Applotment see Annagh, 279.

Annagh North: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 311.

Annagh North: Household Census 1901, 1911, 280/281.

Annagh North: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 280.

Annagh River, 239

Annagh South, 32, 259, 312, 350

Annagh South: 1833 Tithe Applotment see Annagh, 279.

Annagh South: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 312.

Annagh South: Household Census 1901, 1911, 281.

Annagh South: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 281.

Annagh versus Granard, 144

Annagh, 14, 15, 17, 32, 33, 35, 39, 44, 49, 57, 67, 68, 76, 84, 89, 91, 111, 119, 124, 130, 131, 134, 137, 141, 143, 144, 145, 159, 161, 162, 164, 166, 168, 170, 171, 172, 177, 181, 185, 250, 251, 256, 262, 264, 270, 275, 349, 386, 394, 416, 424, 451, 453, 454, 461, 480, 493, 495, 500, 508, 509, 582, 586, 588

Annagh: 1833 Tithe Applotment [Included Tithe Applotment for Annagh Bogs, Annagh North and Annagh South] 279

Annakissa Cross, 90

Annakissa, 195

Annalee Stream [a former name of Annagh river], 16, 38,

Annals of Churchtown, 25, 107, 108

Annals of Churchtown, 96, 164

Annals of the Sacred Heart, 237.

Annesgrove Gardens, 38

Anti-Conscription Campaign, 35

Anti-Conscription Pledge, 21, 36.

Antipodes, 130.

Apple and Damson, 37

Apples, specially grown cider variety, 461

Ar Bhás Regent na Fraingce, 185

Aran [pullover], 398

Archaeological Inventory of Churchtown (by Niamh Murphy), 246/377

Archaeological Inventory of County Cork, Vol. IV North Cork, 348, 349

Ardagh, 125

Ardaprior, 182, 301

Arden family, 222

Arden, Baron, 223,

Arden, Baroness, of Lohort Castle, 221, 418

Arden, Lord, 255, 425, 429, 431

Ardglass, 67

Ardnageeha [Ardnageehy], 167, 192, 252

Armagh, 153.

Armshaw, Jeremiah, 276.

Ashbourne Act, 37, 19, 72, 128, 199, 223, 431

Ashbourne, Baron Edward Gibson, 37

Askeaton, 109

Athleticism, strength and endurance [oral tradition], 480/482

Atlas Mountains, 123

Attainder, Bills of, 37

Atterton [Adventurer], 27

Attorney-General, 221

Augustus Arthur, 7th Earl of Egmont, 20

Augustus Arthur, 8th Earl

Australia, 154, 223, 477

Austria-Hungary, 20, 134

Auxiliaries, 268

Avenue, The, [poem], 240

Avondhu, 40, 140, 564

Avro-Ansen [aeroplane], 28

Awbeg Drainage Scheme, 39

Awbeg River, 21, 28, 33, 35, 37, 39, 115, 120, 171, 182, 231, 239, 242, 265, 350, 386, 424, 448, 480, 481, 509, 585

Awlahee [a former name of Annagh river], 33, 38

Baby Power [alcohol], 398

Back to Bataan, 110

Bad Men of Brimstone, 109

Bagenalstown, 201

Baile an Teampuill, 68

Baile, 40

Baker, Robert, 276

Baldonnell, 28

Ball, John Thomas, [Counsel for Darrell in the Egmont v Darrell case and later Lord Chancellor of Ireland] 430, 431

Ball’s Cross, 40

Ballad Makers, Saturday Night, The, 234

Ballahaderig Bridge, Mitchelstown, 136

Ballenboule, 275; see Ballynaboul]

Ballinabooly, 14; see Ballinaboul

Ballinaboul, 451; see Ballynaboul

Ballinamucky, 451; see Ballynamuck

Ballinasloe Fair, 30

Ballinatrilla, 123,

Ballinatrilla, 169, 194, 265, 266

Ballincollig, 158, 454

Ballincrishe [Ballychristy], 14

Ballincurrig, 122, 194

Ballindillane, 453 see Ballindillanig

Ballindillanig [Ballindillane in some legal documents] 40, 65, 122, 162, 177, 231, 250, 259, 313, 350, 453

Ballindillanig Cross, 394, 395

Ballindillanig: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 282.

Ballindillanig: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 313.

Ballindillanig: Household Census 1901, 1911, 282/283.

Ballindillanig: Population Census, 1841, 1851, 1911, 282.

Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary, 156

Ballinguile [Bally Gill in Nicholl’s 1823 Survey], 49, 82, 91, 100, 122, 135, 169, 176, 192, 194, 195, 203, 250, 301

Ballinora, Co. Cork, 454

Ballintample, 275

Ballintemple [also Ballintample], 14, 16, 256,

Ballintemple [Moland’s survey 40],

Ballintemple 1833 Tithe Applotment see Churchtown, 290.

Ballintemple, [1659 census return], 275

Ballinvallish see Walshestown

Ballinvallishie see Walshestown

Bally Gill, 424; see Ballinguile

Bally McCowe [Egmont], 275

Ballyadam Banshee, 41

Ballyadam Cross, 395

Ballyadam House, 41, 532.

Ballyadam, 15, 22, 40, 41, 66, 84, 112, 127, 128, 168, 176, 191, 195, 224, 250, 256, 259, 275, 314, 391, 393, 417,

Ballyadam: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 283.

Ballyadam: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 314.

Ballyadam: Household Census, 1901, 1911, 283.

Ballyadam: Population Census, 1841, 1851, 1911, 283.

Ballybahallagh, 18, 41, 45, 69, 213, 215

Ballybeg, 32, 181

Ballybohola, 256,

Ballyboula [Ballynaboul], 256,

Ballyclough Co-Operative Society, 224

Ballyclough, 84, 85

Ballycristy, 40, 42, 95, 177, 234, 250, 451

Ballydoyle, 22, 71, 112, 113, 209, 464

Ballygiblin, 145, 146, 239, 265

Ballygowan, Doneraile, 82

Ballygrace [Ballygressy], 40, 42, 49, 106, 126, 164, 169, 177, 181, 182, 192, 194, 203, 238, 250, 251, 259, 269, 275, 315, 351, 352, 353, 393, 424, 586

Ballygrace House, 42

Ballygrace: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 284.

Ballygrace: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 315.

Ballygrace: Household Census, 1901, 1911, 285.

Ballygrace: Population Census, 1841, 1851, 1911, 284.

Ballygran, 89

Ballygrele, 256

Ballygressy [Ballygrace], 275

Ballyhea, 38, 40, 74, 82, 89, 97, 106, 115, 121, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 145, 158, 160, 163, 198, 206, 239, 241, 242, 394, 444, 449, 463, 530, 531, 588

Ballyhea, Church of Ireland, 15

Ballyhooly, 239, 449

Ballyhoura Construction, Ltd., 42, 214, 270, 459, 570, 571

Ballyhoura Country, 43

Ballyhoura Development, Ltd., 42, 95, 114, 193, 457, 468, 473, 476, 576,

Ballyhoura Mountains, 119, 205

Ballyhoura Ramblers, 43, 181, 559

Ballyhoura Way, 43, 105, 385, 394

Ballyhoura, 99

Ballylanders RIC Barracks, 267

Ballymacow; also Bally McCowe [former name of Egmont], 15, 126, 127, 275, 451

Ballymacrory, Croom, Co. Limerick, 455

Ballynaboul [also Ballenboule, Ballinaboul, Ballinabooly], 14, 40, 43, 80, 168, 169, 226, 250, 259, 275, 316, 353, 354, 509

Ballynaboul Cross, 391, 392, 393, 395

Ballynaboul: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 285.

Ballynaboul: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 316.

Ballynaboul: Household Census, 1901, 1911, 285.

Ballynaboul: Population Census, 1841, 1851, 1911, 285.

Ballynadrideen Cross, 394, 395

Ballynamuck [sometime Ballinamuck or (older) Ballinamucky, 37, 40, 44, 65, 96, 117, 168, 169, 176, 250, 251, 256, 257, 259, 317, 318, 355, 391, 393, 432, 509, 510, 562

Ballynamuck Cross, 393, 395

Ballynamuck: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 286.

Ballynamuck: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 317.

Ballynamuck: Household Census 1901, 1911, 286/287.

Ballynamuck: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 286.

Ballynoran Cross, 394, 395

Ballynoran, 509

Ballyorgan, 168

Ballyscanlon, Rathkeale, 254

Ballyvaheen, 40, 44, 54, 171, 249, 250, 256, 259, 319, 355, 356,

Ballyvaheen: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 287.

Ballyvaheen: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 287.

Ballyvaheen: Household Census 1901, 1911, 287.

Ballyvaheen: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 287.

Ballyvonaire Barracks, 178

Ballyvonaire, 78, 193, 267

Ballyvorisheen, 123

Ballyvourney, 80, 269

Baluba, 398

Banagher [expression], 398

Banc na bPiléir, 44

Bandon, 90

Bank of Ireland, 39, 201, 467

Bansha, Co. Tipperary, 197

Banshee, 151

Banteer, 141

Baptism, 68

Bardic Court [Cúirt Éigse], 186

Barleycove, Goleen, 448

Barnies, 45

Baron Lovel and Holland of Enmore, 221.

Baron of Burton [extinction of Title], 223

Baron of Ireland, 417,

Baron Perceval of Burton [granting of Title], 418

Baronies, 241

Barony, 45, 124, 261

Barra, 44, 151.

Barrar, John, 276.

Barret, John [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census Return] 277.

Barret, John, [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 278

Barret, Thomas, 277.

Barrett, T.E. [Creamery Manager], 83

Barrett, W. [Jockey Irish Derby 1919], 92

Barrett, William, [1851Griffith’s Valuation (Leap),336

Barrie, David Fitz-Edmund Roe

Barrie, James [sometimes Barry], 14

Barry Seán Óg 15,

Barry, Alice, 276.

Barry, Colonel, 15, 417,

Barry, Dr. [Mrs], 156

Barry, Dr. D., 227, 480

Barry, Edmond, 277.

Barry, Eleanor, 195

Barry, Fitzjames

Barry, Fitzjames [junior]

Barry, Garret Fitz-James

Barry, Garret, 321

Barry, Gerard, 452

Barry, Hannah, 36

Barry, James [1766 Churchtown Census], 277.

Barry, James [Ballynaboul], see Barry Jimmy.

Barry, James Fitzmaurice, 265

Barry, James Fitznicholas, 452

Barry, James McNicholas, 14. 225,

Barry, James, Rector, 97, 449

Barry, Jimmy [James], 124, 172, 173, 285, 286

Barry, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Egmont), 331

Barry, John [Liscarroll and one-time occupant of Burton House], 218, 416

Barry, John Killagh [Earl Barrymore] 14, 32

Barry, Johnny, 41, 128,

Barry, M., 227

Barry, Martin, 77

Barry, McJames, 453

Barry, Michael, 198, 458, 459, 520, 535, 558, 569

Barry, Nicholas Fitzjames [sometimes Fitzjames Nicholas], 14, 15, 33, 111,

Barry, Nicholas, 225

Barry, Patrick, 277

Barry, Philip, 276

Barry, Rev. James, P.P, 77, 80.

Barry, Richard Fitznicholas, 452

Barry, Richard, 300

Barry, Robert Fitz-David Oge

Barry, Sarah, 328, 332,

Barry, Shane, 265.

Barry, Thomas [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 288

Barry, Thomas [No 2; 1766 Churchtown census Return], 288

Barry, Tom [Farrandeen], 133

Barry, Widow, 277.

Barry, William Thomas, 265

Barry, William, 277.

Barry; see also de Barry

Barrymore, Earl, 14

Barrymore, Lord [1885], 174

Barrymore, Lord, 14,

Barrys, 15

Battanchon [illegitimate nephew of Henry, 5th Earl Egmont], 427, 428

Battle of the Boyne, 240

Bawn, Martin, 276.

BCG, 261

BDO Simpson Xavier, 457

Bealtine, 233

Beary, M., 92

Beasley, H., 92

Beecher, Captain, 125

Beecher, Sir William W., 156, 313, 432

Beecher’s Brook, 125

Beechinor [Burton Park employee], 256

Beechinor [Granard], 144.

Begley, Din [husband of Churchtown poetess Máire Ní Ruairí], 455

Begly, Bryen, 277

Behan, Paddy, 40, 145, 146, 544

Belfast and Northern Counties Railway, 91

Belfast, 262

Bell, Moll [expression], 398

Bellerophon, 212

Bellingham, John [Assassin] 222.

Bench see also Benchy, Binchy

Bench, Edmond (find earlier mention) 339,

Bench, Owen, 323

Benchy see also Bench, Binchy

Benchy, James, 327

Benchy, Michael, 48, 327

Bene Merenti Medal, 80

Berkeley, Bishop George, 16, 45, 59, 451

Berkeley, Lord, 255

Berlin, 242.

Bernier, Jason, 458, 459, 557

Berwick, Duke of, 58, 418

Bessborough Commission, 45, 438, 440, 434, 441

Bessborough, 6th Earl, 45

Bibliography to Dictionary, 764/767

Bibliography to Inventory of Listed Monuments, 383/384

Biddy’s Tree [poem], 46

Biddy’s Tree and Máire Ní Ruairí (by Ruairí Ó Hicí), 455

Biddy’s Tree, 23, 46, 129, 216, 413, 455, 584

Big Inch, 47

Biggar, Joseph, 173.

Bill of Rights, 58.

Billington, Dr. Victor

Billington, Mrs. Bridget, 226, 239, 240

Binchy headstone at Kilgrogan, 552

Binchy, 47

Binchy, Dan, 48, 171

Binchy, Edmund, 552

Binchy, James {solicitor, Charleville], 83

Binchy, James, 48, 77, 295

Binchy, Maeve, 47, 136

Binchy, Michael, 77

Binchy, Owen, 47,

Binchy’s bakery, 52

Bindweed [Great], 387

Birds [Oral tradition], 482

Birney, Tom, 28, 29, 48, 134

Birney’s Hole, 48, 123, 519

Birrel’s Land Act, 1909, 114

Births, Marriages and Deaths, 48, 76

Black and Reds, 48, 141,

Black and Tans [Uniformed Force], 71, 92, 262, 268,

Black and Tans {Hunt], 124

Black Catholics, 49

Black Death, 14

Black Field, 48

Black Hole [Churchtown school], 49, 100,

Black Jack [liquorice], 399

Black Meadow, 49

Black Road, 25, 42, 49, 94, 119, 131, 150, 166, 192, 193, 201, 247, 270, 271, 392, 393, 394, 571

Black Screen, 49,

Blackbirds; considered a pest to the cider apple, 462

Blackburn Rovers F.C., 104

Blackie Norton, 110

Blackwater River 38,

Blackwell, Mrs. Elizabeth, 55

Blarney [expression], 399

Blood on the Flag, 262

Bloom, 110, 201

Bloom, Leopold, 110

Bloomsday, 110

Blue Gillette, 238

Bluet, John, 277.

Blundering Barney, 89

Board of Management, Churchtown National School, 101

Board of Works, 62, 153,

Board Wage, 242

Boards of Guardians, 122, 189

Boards of Health, 122, 419

Boden, Eric, 234

Bodleian, Library, Oxford, 224,

Body, Nicholas, 276.

Body, Widow, 276.

Bog House, see Tinny House, 256

Bohan, William, 328

Bohily, Daniel, 278.

Bóirín Glas, 49,

Bolan, Thomas, 276

Boles, Arthur, 277.

Boles, John, 277.

Bolger, Enda, 131

Bolster, Desmond Sharp, 125, 128,

Bolster, George Sharp, 128

Bolster, John [Hawkes?], 156

Bolster, John Hawkes, 128, 330

Bolton, Duke of, 222

Bomber No 42, 29

Bonafides, 22, 49, 394

Bonaparte, Napoleon, 18,

Bonnahan, Daniel, 277.

Bonnie Prince Charlie, 185

Bonnie, Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond, The, 579

Bonnycastle’s Arithmetic, 164.

Bono, Ben, 260

Book of Munster, 46

Book of Surveys and Distribution 1664-68, 49.

Booney’s Clock, 50

Booney’s House, 534, 561

Booneys, see O’Sullivan, Denny, Hannie and Susie.

Booterstown, Co. Dublin, 201

Bord Fáilte, 456, 457, 468

Boru, Brian, 127,

Boss Murphy [horse]: clipping of victory in Liscarroll Cup 558,

Boss Murphy Holiday Centre, 468, 469

Boss Murphy House, 150, 193, 395

Boss Murphy Logo, 557

Boss Murphy Musical Legacy, The, 25, 108, 194, 200, 203, 444, 557,

Boss Murphy Story, The (courtesy www.boss-murphy.com), 456/460

Boss Murphy: inspiration for brand name, 468

Boss Murphy’s [Dortmund], 123,558

Boss Murphy’s [farm,] 20

Boss Murphy’s [village], 42, 48, 71, 105, 113, 136, 170, 181, 190, 193, 198, 201, 202, 263, 271, 457, 458, 459 (opening of), 460 (first person to purchase a drink in), 473, 476, 516, 556, 558

Boss Murphy’s Spirit of Cork [CD] 202, 246, 458, 556 567, 568

Boss Murphy’s: First official party, 558

Boston Pilot, 157.

Boston, 157, 158

Botwood, Newfoundland, 272

Bould Thady Quill, The, 244

Boundaries of the Cities and Boroughs of Ireland [1837], 257

Bourk, John, 276.

Bourke, Ina, 573, 574

Bourke, Margaret [second wife of William ‘Boss’ Murphy] 199, 444, 562, 567,

Bourke, Michael, 540,

Bourke, Michael, Ina, 41

Bourke, Michelle, 471, 574

Bowe, Ina (Sister Celeste), 23, 50, 564

Bowe, James [Senior], 50

Bowe, Jimmy, 50, 87, 109, 136, 165, 538, 564

Bowe, Mrs Kathleen, 564

Bowe, Mrs. Julia, 50, 87

Bowe, Muriel ‘Bonnie’, 50,

Bowen, Seán Óg, 480, 481see also Séán Óg’s Bridge, p. 242

Bowery Boys, 110

Bowler, Nano, 297

Bowles, Dick, 144

Bowles, John 145, 146, 544

Bowley [Adventurer], 27

Bowley, Richard, 68

Bowling [Road], 51,

Boycott [tactic], 173

Boyne, Battle of, 58, 418

Brabazon, Aubrey, 209, 553

Bradly, Conner, 278.

Bradly, Darby, 278

Bradshaw, Rev. Sandes

Brady, Hugh, C.I Bishop of Meath, 97, 449

Brady, Maziere, 81

Brady, Revd. Lucas [son to C.I. Bishop of Meath], 97, 449

Brahenye [Bruhenny], 15

Branner, 51

Bread and bread-making, 51

Breare, Richard, 167

Bree [Co. Wexford], 167

Breen family, 40

Breen, Ann Marie, 148

Breen, Brendan, 148, 149

Breen, James, 148, 149, 545, 546

Breen, Jim, 64, 573

Breen, John, 148, 149, 545, 546

Bregoge, 122, 126, 449

Bremen, 239

Brennan, Ann 546

Brennan, Kieran, 149, 545, 546

Brennan, Terry, 459

Brereton, Catherine, 450

Brereton, Revd. Robert, 97, 450

Breslane, James, 318

Breslane, John, 329

Brewester, Abraham [counsel for the Egmont family in the Egmont v Darrell case], 431

Brewhenny, 99

Bridge Bar [John Locke’s], 49, 394, 395

Bridge Field, Annagh, 508

Bridges in Churchtown Parish: Sean Óg’s Bridge, 530, Scart Bridge, 530, Stack’s Bridge, 530, Imogane Bridge [the ‘Wishing Bridge’], 530, Annagh Bridge, 531, Curraheen Bridge, 531, Coolcaum Bridge, 531, Shinanagh (Dennehy’s] Bridge, 531,

Bridgetown Abbey, 38

Bridgwater, Somerset, 221

Brien, Daniel, 55, 56

Brien, James, 313.

Brien, Martin, 317

Brien, William, 37

Brighton, 255

Brigid, Saint, 46

Brilliantine, 52.

Brislane family: Jerry, Morgan, 66, 203

Brislane, James [1911 Churchtown Village Census], 292.

Brislane, Jerry, 144

Brislane, Jim [O/C Charleville Battalion IRA, War of Independence] 36, 267.

Brislane, Kathleen, 87, 89

Brislane, Morgan, 268

Bristol, 19, 57, 98, 126, 170, 450

Britain, 134, 267

British Movietone News, 110

Brittany, 217

Brochoyn [Bruhenny], Parish of, 225

Broderick, Michael [Jnr.], 146

Broderick, Michael MCC, 89, 104, 456

Broghenny [Bruhenny], 14

Broken Gap, 52,

Bromley, Kent, 269.

Bronze Age Axe-head, 68, 230, 549

Bronze Age, 138,

Broome, David, 94, 132.

Brosnahan, Michael, 305

Brosnan family [Ballynamuck], 510

Brosnan, Michael, 287, 510.

Brosnan, Mrs, 495

Brothing [ancient reference to Bruhenny], 449

Brown, Garret, 278

Brown, James, 308

Brown, Patrick, 77

Brown, Rev. Maurice, P.P, 75, 79,

Brown, Robert, 278

Browne family [Walshestown House], 266

Browne, Bridget, 100, 169, 480, 481, 482, 496, 498, 500, 501, 504, 505, 507, 511, 512

Browne, Dr. Noel, 261

Browne, Edmond, 343

Browne, Edward, 343

Browne, Garrett, 582

Browne, Jack, 203

Browne, James [‘Burning’ of Churchtown 1822, Witness] 56

Browne, James {Walshestown House c.1880], 266

Browne, John [1851 Griffith’s Valuation (Leap), 337

Browne, John, [Ballinguile], 49, 78, 109, 135, 250, 561

Browne, Mary, 555

Browne, Michael, 145, 544

Browne, Mrs, [Ballinguile] 49, 264,

Browne, Patrick, 344

Brú Thuinne [Brúgh Thuinne], 53, 68

Bruder, Thomas, 277.

Bruhenny & District Pipe Band, 53, 204

Bruhenny Choir, 53: 471, see also Bruhenny Choral Group

Bruhenny Choral Group, 476, 575

Bruhenny Church Silver, 97

Bruhenny Church, 16, 70, 80, 81, 190, 216, 360, 448, 539,

Bruhenny Graveyard Plaque, 82

Bruhenny Graveyard, (see also Churchtown Cemetery), 66, 190, 242, 385, 539,

Bruhenny Holdings, Ltd, 201, 211,

Bruhenny Housing Development, 24, 86, 201, 233, 459, 522, 570, 571

Bruhenny Housing Development: first resident 567.

Bruhenny in a Golden Light: Church of Ireland history of Churchtown (by Albert Daly), 448/451

Bruhenny Parish:1 Anglican family (1805), 450; congregation of 27 by 1860, 450; last Vicar of, 450

Bruhenny Village Green, 53, 208,

Bruhenny, 15, 16, 19, 20, 52, 68, 69, 72, 97, 126, 151, 215, 231, 417, 448, 449, 451

Bruhenny, Great Bull of, 53

Bruhenny; 1766 Census returns, 276/277/278

Bruree, 185, 242,

Brussels, 466

Bruytoyng, 68, 225

Bryan, Patrick, 276.

Bryen, Connor [No. 1; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Bryen, Connor [No. 2; 1776 Churchtown Census]. 277

Bryen, John, 277

Bryen, Morgan, 277.

Bryen, Timothy, 278.

Buavavagh, 122

Buck House [Annagh], 53

Buck Toodleum, 53

Buckingham Palace, 564

Buckingham Yeoman’s Cavalry, 223

Buckinghamshire, 427

Buckley farm [Annagh], 586

Buckley Tim ‘Thady’, 140, 543

Buckley, Con, 36, 73.

Buckley, Dan [closing night Jerry O’Sullivan’s bar], 561

Buckley, Daniel [1911 Census (Ballindillanig)], 283, 504

Buckley, Daniel [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Egmont), 330

Buckley, Daniel [Griffith’s Valuation 1851, (Kerry Lane), 323

Buckley, Finbar, 146

Buckley, Fr. Con, C.C., 173, 174

Buckley, Jer. 36

Buckley, Jimmy, 141

Buckley, John, 278.

Buckley, Kate, 36, 244

Buckley, Margaret, 37

Buckley, Mary, 561

Buckley, Paddy, 74

Buckley, Rosario, 80

Buckley, Tadhg, 558

Buckley, Ted, 573

Buckley, William [1833 Tithe Applotment Ballintemple (Churchtown), 290

Buckley, William [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Ballygrace), 315

Buckley, William, 322

Buckly, John, 277

Buffer’s Cross, 54, 96, 126, 134, 169, 198, 204, 229, 391, 392, 393, 395, 516

Bull Island, Annagh, 508

Bullán, 54

Burch, Jameo, 295

Burch, Michael, 295

Burghley, Lord, 416

Burk, John, 36

Burkard, Gwen, 198, 458, 459, 557

Burke, Edmund, 666

Burke, James, 292.

Burke, Nora, 37

Burke’s Peerage, 192.

Burley, Revd. William, 97

Burmah Petrol Pump, Churchtown Village, 523

Burning of Churchtown, 54, 69, 76, 91, 137, 216, 237, 239

Burns, Edmond, 323

Burns, John, 331

Burns, Johnny and Margaret [see Byrne]

Burns, T., 92

Burton Bog, 119, 256

Burton Court, 57

Burton House Oratory, 63

Burton House, 16, 17, 20, 57, 58 59, 60, 62, 63, 64, 65, 69, 70, 82, 153, 170, 174, 191, 226, 265, 267, 268, 418, 421, 451, 536,

Burton Lodge, 191, 536,

Burton Manor, 58

Burton Oak, the largest tree in the parish 106, 536,

Burton Park, 19, 21, 24, 60, 64, 70, 73, 90, 91, 94, 99, 104, 106, 109, 125, 138, 156, 183, 224, 226, 242, 243, 259, 266, 268, 319, 357, 391, 393, 394, 449, 463, 516, 578

Burton Park: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 288.

Burton Park: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 319.

Burton Park: Household Census, 1901, 1911, 288.

Burton Park: Population Census, 1841, 1851, 1911, 288.

Burton Road, 48, 51, 65, 70, 86, 94, 108, 118, 122, 189, 191, 204, 230, 242, 245, 391, 394, 521,

Burton View, 65

Burton Wood, 138, 424,

Burton, 129, 156, 162, 177, 250, 416, 417, 423, 453

Burton, 57, 59, 61

Burton, Baron of [extinction of title], 223

Bushe, Charles Kendal, 91

Business & Finance cover, 556

Butler, Eoin, 545, 546

Butler, Maurice, 343

Butlers [Ormond], 212

Butter-making [Oral tradition], 483

Buttevant Convent School, 205

Buttevant Forge, 90

Buttevant Military Band, 411

Buttevant Military Barracks, 266, 267, 444

Buttevant Rail Disaster see ‘Recollections and a truly unforgettable experience’ (by Willie Joe Condon), 684.

Buttevant Railway Station, 25, 61, 71, 72,

Buttevant Road, 44, 46, 50, 70, 128, 137, 150, 169, 229, 230, 245, 249, 324, 463

Buttevant Track, 159

Buttevant Weirs, 39

Buttevant, 15, 19, 32, 38, 54, 56, 39, 58, 51, 54, 61, 68, 72, 74, 76, 89, 90,98, 112,126, 129, 130, 131, 139, 140, 141, 142, 145, 149, 157, 160, 165, 183, 195, 233, 236, 249, 265, 299, 411, 412, 413, 424, 429, 449, 470, 481, 495, 531, 560, 584, 586

Button [Adventurer] 27.

Button, James, 68

By Rail through the Heart of Ireland, 270

Byren, Patrick, 277.

Byrn, Daniel, 276.

Byrn, Edward, 276.

Byrn, John, 276.

Byrn, Stephen, 276.

Byrne, J.W. [and Margaret, 37, 131], 227, 302

Byrne, Jack [Buttevant], 584

Byrne, Oliver, 85, 95, 108, 458, 473, 477, 568

Byron, Lord, 213

Bythemore, Alice, 217

Cahalane, Jim, 140, 543

Caherconlish, Co. Limerick, 584

Caherconnor, 123,350

Cahernarry, 170

Cahill, Fr., C.C., 77

Cahill, Gerry [Architects], 456, 469

Cahill, Gerry, 114, 571

Cahill, Hughie, 411, 413

Cahill, Jack, 112, 413

Cahill’s [stonemasons], 179, 191

Cahirmee [townland], 91

Cahirmee Bridge, 565

Cahirmee Fair, 54, 130, 240, 244, 511

Cahirultan, Vide 97, 449

Calf’s Close, 65

Calgary, 223.

California, 458, 4r59

Callaghan family, 54

Callaghan Lil, 64

Callaghan, Ann, 157

Callaghan, Bill, 64

Callaghan, Con, 247, 306

Callaghan, Daniel [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Ballynaboul), 316

Callaghan, Daniel {1776 Churchtown Census], 276

Callaghan, Denis [Famine Emigrant], 157

Callaghan, Denis [Griffith’s Valuation 1851(Churchtown Village) 325, 317

Callaghan, Dennis, [1766 Churchtown Census], 278

Callaghan, Johanna, 341

Callaghan, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Callaghan, John [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown Village), 1851, 324

Callaghan, Mary, 291.

Callaghan, Michael [1911 Census (Kilgrogan)], 302

Callaghan, Michael [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Egmont)], 331

Callaghan, Michael, [1833 Tithe Applotment (Annagh)] 279,

Callaghan, Neil, 89

Callaghan, Patrick, 342

Callaghan, Timothy [1833 Tithe Applotment (Gurteenroe)], 300

Callaghan, Timothy [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Callaghan, Timothy [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Callaghan, Timothy [No 3; 1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Callaghan, Timothy [No 4, 1766 Churchtown Census], 278

Callaghan, William, 291.

Callahane, Connor, 277

Callanan, Joseph, 73, 306,

Callanan, Patk. 77.

Callanan, Thomas, 36, 227,

Cambridge, Terrace, nr. Edgware Rd, London, 213

Camerons [family], 63

Camoige, 145.

Campbell, James, 278.

Canada, 154

Candle-making [Oral tradition], 483/484

Cantillon family, 47, 166, 214, 216

Canting, 65

Capard Lodge, 101

Cape Egmont, 127

Captain Boycott, 110

Captain Moonlight, 268.

Captain Rock, 268

Caravan, traditional burning of, 244

Carbide lamp, 180Carew, Sir George, 43, 119,

Carey, Colm, 89, Carey, Ger

Carey, Jason, 148.

Carey, Mary, 315.

Carey, Mick, 145, 146, 544

Carey, Nora, 36

Carey, Paul, 89, 143, 146, 545check is he the same as in Five-a-Side-Soccer at p.89 or was it his father?

Carey, Wesley, 148

Cargeene; see Carrigeen

Carleton, Mary, 453

Carleton, Revd. Robert, 453

Carlow [county], 450

Carlow, 201

Carlton, Paddy, 472, 473

Carpathia, 256

Carrageen; see Carrigeen

Carrick-on-Suir, 267

Carrigane; see Carrigeen

Carrigeen [also Carrageen, Cargeene, Carrigane, Carrigine], 14 15, 65, 105, 130, 177, 250, 259, 265, 275, 289, 320, 358, 359, 360,

Carrigeen Cross, 270

Carrigeen na gCat, 66, 191,

Carrigeen Stud, 20

Carrigeen: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 289.

Carrigeen: Census of Ireland 1901, 1911, 289.

Carrigeen: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 320.

Carrigeen: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 289.

Carrigine see Carrigeen

Carroll family [Coolmore], 115, 166

Carroll, Adrian, 148

Carroll, Dermot, 145, 146, 194, 545

Carroll, Francis, 560

Carroll, Hanora, 73, 292

Carroll, Honoria, 344

Carroll, Jeremiah, 291.

Carroll, John, 146, 147, 545

Carroll, Paddy, 47, 87, 197, 214, 216, 555

Carroll, Pat, Bill, 144

Carroll, T. 227

Carroll’s Wood, 519

Carrolls [Ballyhea], 142

Carter’s Police, 54, 216

Carthy, Daniel, 277.

Carthy, Darby, 278

Carthy, John, 277.

Carthy, Kate [see also McCarthy, Kate] 37,

Carthy, Patrick,

Carthy, Widow [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census ] 277.

Carthy, Widow [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277.

Casey, James [No 1 1766 Churchtown Census], 276.

Casey, James [No 2, 1766 Churchtown Census], 276.

Casey, Patrick [1766 Churchtown Census], 277.

Cashel [Co. Tipperary], 71

Cashman, Fr. Cornelius C.C., 77

Cashman, Fr. David, C.C., 77

Cashs [Variety Company]

Cassidy, ‘Hopalong’, 110

Castle Grove, Iowa, 198

Castleconnell, Lord, 35, 417

Castlecor, 84, 91, 125

Castleharrisson, 39

Castlehaven, Lord, 15, 34, 214

Castlelyons, 204

Castlelyons, Barryscourt and Buttevant, Lord, 416

Castlemaccarthy, 43, 66, 73, 77, 110, 154, 169, 176, 182, 202, 213, 229, 236, 237, 250,

Castlemagnier, 89, 265.

Castlemartyr, 136

Castles of County Cork, The, 35

Castletown, Lord, 31

Castletownbere, 394

Castletownroche, 38, 89, 100, 109, 145, 226

Castlewrixon Ambush, 268

Catechism of the Catholic Church, A , 262

Cathal Brugha Barracks, 176

Catholic Church, 247

Catholic Emancipation Act [1829], 215, 222

Cattle murrain, 116

Cavanagh [sometimes Kavanagh], Daniel [Coolmore], 295

Cavanagh [sometimes Kavanagh], John, 171, 287

Cavanagh, Daniel [Ballyvaheen], 171

Cavanagh, Ellen, 171

Cavanagh, James, 36

Cavanagh, Margaret, 171

Cease Fire and Dump Arms, 111

Cecil, Catherine, 221

Celtic Times, The, 206

Census extracts are listed under appropriate townland headings.

Census, 1851, 431

Census, 66.

Census; 1659, 69, Details for Parish of Ballintemple alias Churchtown, 275,

Census; 1831, 16, 421

Census; 1841, 18, 126, 426, 437

Census; 1901, 121, 432

Census; 1911, 121, 170, 215, 232, 237,

Census; Details for 1766, Parish of Bruhenny alias Churchtown, 276/278

Chamberlain, Linda, 459

Chambers, John, 333, 334

Chancellor of the Exchequer, 221

Chancery [Irish], 67, 133

Chancery, Court of, 67,

Channeleen, The, [Annagh], 493, 495

Chapel Bank, 67

Chapel Lane, 50, 65, 70, 90, 130, 176, 177, 194, 207, 391, 392, 463, 472, 527, 538,

Chapel Lane: refurbishment, 520

Chapel Lane: street furniture, 528

Charleville [‘Rathluirc’ for a period], 16, 22, 30, 32, 35, 38, 39, 49, 69, 72, 79, 83, 90, 97, 112, 129, 139, 145, 163, 170, 194, 236, 241, 249, 453, 454, 481, 582

Charleville Fair, 166

Charleville Road, 49

Charleville Unit, LDF, 177

Charley’s Aunt, 260

Charter Schools, 67

Chatham Design, 459

Chatham, Earl of, 221

Chelsea, Town Hall, 223

Cheltenham, 464 ….and earlier!

Chester Cakes, 30.

Cheusner, Robert, 14, 97, 225, 230, 448,

Chieftains, The, 188

Childers, President Erskine, 262

Children’s Christmas Party, 198

Children’s Games [Traditional], 484/485

Children’s verse for games [Traditional], 485/487

Chiltern Hundreds, 132

Chinnery, Margaret, 99

Choral Festival, Cork, Limerick, 53

Christmas Day, 232

Chronology of Churchtown 1170-2005, A. 14/24

Church Field, Annagh, 508

Church of Cloyne, 46

Church of Ireland, 132, 247,

Church, Helen [Mrs. Noel Linehan], 182

Churchill [Winston], 86, 87.

Churchill, John [later Duke of Marlborough], 58

Churching, 67

Churchtown [Bruhenny [Cemetery and Church Ruin, 81, 91, 191, 195, 212, 389, 418

Churchtown [Bruhenny] Rectors, 97,

Churchtown [Red] Marble, 42, 94, 183, 230, 529

Churchtown [sub] Post Office, 25, 96, 248, 535,

Churchtown ‘F’ Company, Irish Volunteers, 267

Churchtown Anticline, 74

Churchtown Area Rapid Transport. 551

Churchtown Boxing Club, 74

Churchtown Bruhenny Rectors, 97

Churchtown Carnival, 74, 169, 251,

Churchtown Catholic Church of St. Nicholas see St. Nicholas’ Church

Churchtown Chess Club, 82,

Churchtown Choir, 80

Churchtown Community Council, 63, 83,

Churchtown Coursing Club, 159, 568

Churchtown Creamery in 1997, 541

Churchtown Creamery, 20, 22, 23, 24, 73, 83, 224,

Churchtown Creamery: 1980’s group of milk suppliers, 541

Churchtown Creamery: commemorative plaque, 541

Churchtown Creamery: Section of Minutes Directors of meeting (1913),541

Churchtown Dairy Factory Company, 83, 85,

Churchtown Dairy Factory Company; share certificate (1889) and letterhead (1912), 541

Churchtown Declaration, 85, 458, 473, 474, 476, 477

Churchtown Development Association (Mallow) Ltd, 85, 95, 108, 158, 163, 181, 254, 467, 471, 472, 473,

Churchtown District Electoral Division, 122

Churchtown Drainage, 86, 570

Churchtown Dramatic Society, 22, 78, 86, 170, 200, 203, 273

Churchtown Egg-Cup, The, 140

Churchtown Five A-Side Soccer Club, 89

Churchtown Flora, Fauna and Trees, 106; see also Churchtown Ecology, 385/389 and Stack’s Bridge, 249

Churchtown Forge, 90, 137, 165, 520

Churchtown GAA see GAA

Churchtown GAA: photographs 543/547

Churchtown Games, 90

Churchtown House, 16, 17, 21, 34, 46, 49, 57, 65, 70, 73, 80, 90, 94, 95, 118, 165, 170, 171, 175, 192, 230, 244, 421, 429, 463, 464, 533, 554, 586

Churchtown lady becomes first woman to own an Irish Derby winner, 92/93

Churchtown lady married to World Middleweight Boxing Champion, 22

Churchtown Medal of Honour, 95, 108, 114, 115, 182, 459, 472, 550, 576,

Churchtown National School [later St. Mary’s National School, which also see], 21, 63, 72, 99, 101, 134, 193, 254, 437, 463, 573, 582

Churchtown National School Boys Group c1904, 572

Churchtown National School Group from early 1950s, 573

Churchtown National School Infants and 1st Class group [Boys], 1923, 572

Churchtown National School, Boys Confirmation Class, 1967, 573

Churchtown National School: Average Attendance 1918-2005, 102/103

Churchtown National School: Participation in Irish Folklore Commission’s School Scheme, 1937 [Scéim na Scoile], 479/514

Churchtown National School: Selected school closures 1918-1985, 103

Churchtown Obelisk, 174

Churchtown Point-to Point: 1924 Race card Cover, 550

Churchtown Post Office: Last Day Cover, 550

Churchtown Relief Commission, 155

Churchtown Relief Fund, 117, 155,

Churchtown Relief Fund; contributors, 156

Churchtown School in the 1920s (Bill O’Flynn), 578

Churchtown School: Involvement in Scéim na Scoile, 479/514

Churchtown Schools, 99, 438

Churchtown Sewage, 104

Churchtown Soccer Club, 104

Churchtown Stud Company, 105

Churchtown Stud, 65, 92, 104, 464

Churchtown Townlands, Map of, 12

Churchtown Trails, 105, 391/395

Churchtown Trails: 391/394

Churchtown Treasure Trove [described] 178.

Churchtown Village [Ballintemple]: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 290.

Churchtown Village ‘Rush-hour’ in 1999, 528

Churchtown Village 1932, 760; Churchtown parish and environs, 761

Churchtown Village 1932, Map, 760

Churchtown Village in the 1920’s, 525

Churchtown Village in the 1950s, 528

Churchtown Village in the 1960s, 524

Churchtown Village in the 1970s, 521

Churchtown Village Renewal Trust, 24, 42, 81, 85, 95, 101,105, 107, 114,115, 116, 132, 136, 182, 201, 230, 242, 385, 416, 444, 456, 457, 467, 469, 471, 472, 474, 476, 477

Churchtown Village: Aerial view looking west to GAA grounds, 517

Churchtown Village: Aerial view, [looking east to Burton Park] 516

Churchtown Village: Griffith’s Valuation (Buttevant Road), 325

Churchtown Village: Griffith’s Valuation (George’s St]) 1851, 322/323.

Churchtown Village: Griffith’s Valuation (Kerry Lane), 323.

Churchtown Village: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 321/322/323/324/325.

Churchtown Village: Household census, 1901, 1911, 291/292.

Churchtown Village: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 290.

Churchtown Village: post-Famine rebuilding of, 463

Churchtown Website, 24, 108

Churchtown, ‘Burning’ of, 45, 69

Churchtown, 1731 ‘No Popish Masshouse …’ 225

Churchtown, 6873.

Churchtown, A Chronology of, 14/25

Churchtown, A Dictionary of, 27/273

Churchtown, Mayor of, 163

Churchtown, Parish and environs Map, 761

Churchtown, Song for, 24; words 246

Churchtown: An introduction to the ecology of, 385/389

Churchtown: Ecology of, 385/389; see also Churchtown trees, flora and fauna 106 and Stack’s Bridge, 249

Churchtown: Essays of Historical Interest, 4416/477

Churchtown: Images of, 516/576

Churchtown: Inventory of Listed Monuments in parish, 348

Churchtown: Language and Music, 398/414

Churchtown: LDF [Local Defence Force] Members, 176

Churchtown: Listed Monuments in, 347

Churchtown: Maps of: 757, 760, 761

Churchtown: Memories, 577/752

Churchtown: Summary of listed monuments in parish, 348

Churchtown: Tobacco-growing in parish, 257.

Churchtown: Townlands Map, 12

Churchtown; 1766 Census returns, 276/277/278

Churchtown’s Dr.Vincent O’Brien voted ‘Greatest figure in Racing History’, 211

Churchtown’s ‘Great Irish Elk’ find, 129

Churchtown’s first bicycle, 46

Churchtown’s first elected representative, 89.

Churchtown’s first North Cork Title, 21, 140

Churchtown’s first TV set, 251

Churchtown’s Grenade-throwing Champion, 177

Churchtown’s Horse Racing Heritage (by Jack Murphy), 464/465

Churchtown’s Irish Champion Jockey, 196/197

Churchtown’s last sidecar, 245.

Churchtown’s Latitude and Longitude, 174

Churchtown’s Musical Heritage, 86/88, 202, 237, 245, 246, 411/414, 444/446, 556, 557, 190, 196, 563, 565, 567,

Churchtown’s oldest artefact, 549

Churchtown’s sea-level rating, 242

Churchtown’s Security Force, 184,

Churchtown’s Sporting History: Barra, 44, Road Bowling, 51], Boxing,74,

Churchtown’s Sporting Tradition: Churchtown Games, 90, Greyhounds, 159, GAA, 139/149, 544, 545, 546, Horse Racing: 1919 Irish Derby Success 92/93, Champion Jockey, 196/197, O’Brien Dynasty, 208/211, 553, Point-to-Point, 226-229, 554, ,  Soccer Club, 104, Scoubeen, 241/242, Terrier Racing, 251

Churchtown’s Vincent O’Brien; first Irish trainer to transport horses by air, 209

Churchtown-born Nun awarded MBE, 50.

Cider: used in Baptisms, 461

Cider-making Churchtown parish, 109, 461.

Cider-making in Churchtown (by Noel Linehan), 461

CIE, 137,

Cillín, 24, 182, [see also Paircín na Cille, 214 and ‘The Cillín’, 447], 518

Cinema in Churchtown, 109

City of Westminster, 221

Civil Survey, 111, 215,

Civil War, 28, 38, 39, 66, 111, 161, 225, 262, 448

Cláirín, 242, 245

Clampar, The, 112

Clan na Gael, 31

Clancy brothers, 398

Clare, 157, 249

Clarke, Fred, 208

Clarke, John de Barry, Rev., 97

Clarke, John, 306

Clarkson family [Lackeen], 448

Clarkson, Johanna, 341

Clarkson, John, 322, 305

Clarkson, Margaret, 341

Clarkson, Ml., 319.

Clarson, John (305) see Clarkson, John

Clashelane Cross, 395

Clashelane, 41, 66, 74, 112, 150, 159, 168, 176, 178, 191, 214, 232, 250, 256, 259, 293, 326, 362, 391, 393, 509

Clashelane: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 293

Clashelane: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 326

Clashelane: Household Census 1901, 1911, 293

Clashelane: population Census 1841, 1851, 1911

Clashganniff: see Clashganniv

Clashganniv [frequently Clashganniff] 21, 29, 34, 40, 65, 80, 96, 112, 125, 130, 131, 159, 160, 170, 176, 177, 207, 250, 259, 294, 327, 393, 453, 464, 565

Clashganniv Hill, 123

Clashganniv House, 113

Clashganniv Road, 65, 325

Clashganniv: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 327

Clashganniv: Household Census 1901, 1911, 294

Clashganniv: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 294

Clayton, Harry, 124

Cleary, James, 322

Cleary, John, 123

Cleese, Mrs [illegitimate sister of 5th Earl Egmont], 429

Cligget, James, 37

Cliggott family, 73

Cliggott, Mick, 587

Clogheen House, 91

Clonbanin Ambush, 268

Clonmel, 60, 554

Clonsilla, 65, 104

Cloughaun Dallaun, 113, 175, 178, 523

Cloyne Cathedral, 60

Cloyne, 80

Cloyne, bishopric, 76

Cloyne, Dioceses of (C.of I], 69, 70, 72, 421

Cloyne, Dioceses of (RC), 135, 136, 448

CNN Tower, 120

Cnoceen na Gé [Kilgrogan], 508

Coal-Cattle Pact, 39

Cobh Ramblers AFC, 104

Cobh, 454 see also Queenstown

Cockran, Denis, 277

Coffin Ships, 154

Coghlan family [Ballyvaheen], 44

Coghlan farm [Annagh], 181

Coghlan farm [Ballyvaheen], 54

Coghlan Matthew (Ballyvaheen], 319, 480, 483, 487, 488, 489, 491, 493, 495, 498, 499, 503, 508,

Coghlan, Cornelius [Ballyvaheen], 319.

Coghlan, John [Ballyvaheen] 287, 319, 480, 488, 489, 490, 498, 499, 503, 508,

Coghlan, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Cullig], 329

Coghlan, Matt [Annagh], 237

Coghlan, Mrs. J. [Ballyvaheen], 487

Coghlan, Patricia, 34,

Coghlan, Patrick [Cullig], 125; his VW car, 524

Coghlan, Patrick [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountbridget), 340,

Coghlan, Rev. James, 83

Coghlan, Thomas, 339

Coghlans [Annagh], 89, 172

Colaiste Croí Naofa, 165, 181, 205

Cole, Walter, 51.

Coleman Eliza, 157

Coleman, Darby, 278.

Coleman, Dennis, 277

Coleman, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Coleman, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Ballynamuck)], 317

Coleman, Julia, 80

Coleman, Noel, 560

Coleman, Paddy [Larry], 139

Coleman, Timothy

Coleman, William [1766 Churchtown Census Return], 276

Coleman, William [Harrisburg, Pa.], 157

Colgan, Fr. Philip, C.C., 77

Colgriff, Widow, 284

Collins, Colette, 101

Collins, Connor, 277.

Collins, Darby, 278.

Collins, David, 278.

Collins, Greg, 95, 133, 457

Collins, Michael, 111, 262, 474

Collins, Noel, 188

Collins, Patrick [Pádraig Ó Coileáin] NT, 101, 573

Collop, 113

Colman, Saint, 46

Colonel Hargraves’ Regiment, 91

Combined Harvester, 253

Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann, 192

Commission for Defective Titles, 1606, 120

Commissioners for Church Temporalities [Ireland], 53

Common Car, 113

Community Centre, 24, 74, 78, 83, 85, 86, 89, 99, 107, 108, 109, 113,114, 148, 158, 169, 183, 231, 237, 250, 260, 457, 459, 471, 472, 473, 474, 476, 555, 569, 584

Community Centre: pre and pos-restoration, 540

Community Entertainment, A (by Colette Moloney), 411/414

Community Hall, 457; see Community Centre

Compton, Catherine, 221, 418

Conacre, 114, 421

Concertina exponents 203

Condon, James, [Shoemaker] 73, 291, 292

Condon, Jim [Itinerant fiddle teacher], 445

Condon, John, 576

Condon, W. 227

Condon, Willie Joe, 73, 144, 198, 684, 547

Confederacy, 259

Confederate War [see also Rebellion [1641], 124, 214, 266

Congested Districts Board, 114

Conkerfield, The [Lisgriffin], 413

Conna, 60

Connacht, 259.

Connel, Cornelius [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Connel, Honour, 278.

Connel, John [1766 Churchtown Census] 278,

Connell, [O] Denny, 28, 46, 136, 177, 184, 249

Connell, Cors. [1833 Tithe Applotment (Carrigeen)] 289, 320,

Connell, Daniel, 278.

Connell, James [Burton Park], 288

Connell, James [Creggannacourty], 328

Connell, James [Cullig], 329

Connell, Jeremiah, 307

Connell, Jeremiah, 336

Connell, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Ballynamuck), 317.

Connell, Mary, 291, 292,

Connell, Patrick, 283.

Connell, Tim, 144

Connell, Timothy [1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Connell, Timothy [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Egmont), 331

Connell, Widow, 277.

Connell, William [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Ballynaboul), 316

Connell, William [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Egmont)], 330

Connell, William [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountbridget), 339

Conner, Conner, 277

Conner, Darby, 278

Connor [sometime Connors] William, 77, 156, 303, 336

Connor, Cornelius, 278

Connor, David, 328

Connor, Elizabeth, 333

Connor, Hannah, 291

Connor, Pat, 92, 190

Connor, Thomas, 336

Connor’s Wood, 114, 493,

Connors, Jack, 130

Connors, Jack, 226

Connors, Kate, 299

Connors, Mick 562

Connors, Mick, 138

Connors, Timothy, 277, 280.

Connors, William, 307

Conron family [Walshestown], 82, 266, 452

Conron, Ann, 453

Conron, Arthur, 454

Conron, Carleton, 453

Conron, Christopher, 276, 453

Conron, Diana [wife of George Conron], 454

Conron, George, 454

Conron, Hatton, 454

Conron, Jane [daughter of Arthur Conron], 454

Conron, Mary [daughter of George Conron], 454

Conron, Mary [daughter of William Conron], 453

Conron, Mary [wife of Robert Conron]

Conron, Rev. Downes, 16, 97, 265, 266, 450, 454

Conron, Richard [d. c. 1720] 265, 266, 276, 453,

Conron, Richard [Jnr – d. 1807],], 265

Conron, Robert, 453

Conron, William, 453

Conroy family, 474

Conroy, Carmel, 24, 150, 207, 474, 567,

Conroy, Colm, 147, 149, 475, 545, 546

Conroy, Delia, 475

Conroy, Emma, 24

Convent of Mercy, Buttevant, 30

Convert Rolls 115.

Converts, 247

Conway, Billy, 510

Conway, Francis, 202, 247, 567, 458

Coogan, Tim Pat, 474

Cooke, Val, 24, 202, 246,

Coolasmuttane, Newtownshandrum, 199, 444

Coolcaum Bridge, 34, 115, 394, 531,

Coolcaum, 114

Coolemore, 275; see Coolmore

Cooline Cemetry, 139

Coolmore [also Coolemore], 39, 48, 115, 117, 166, 177, 214, 216, 229, 249, 250, 251, 256, 259, 275, 295, 327, 363, 451

Coolmore: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 295

Coolmore: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 327

Coolmore: Household Census 1901, 1911, 295

Coolmore: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 295

Co-Operative Movement, [Irish], 19, 22, 31, 115, 167, 451

Coote, Royalist/Parliamentarian soldier, 67

Copstone, 205

Copstown limestone, 74

Corbett, Adrian, 146, 147, 545

Corbett, Dr., 122, 269

Corbett, Gerry, 95, 115, 459, 568, 577

Corbett’s farm, 182

Corbett-Dunlea house, 150

Cork [city], 58, 95,139, 446, 454, 470, 481, 482, 494,

Cork [county], 27, 117, 206, 215, 248, 250, 254, 263, 418, 432, 433/434 [post-Famine Emigration figures], 440, 454, 585

Cork [North], 455

Cork [West], 455

Cork Advertiser, 205

Cork Airport, 29

Cork Assizes, 10, 19, 55, 222, 430

Cork Butter Market, 439

Cork Constitution or Cork Morning Post, 205, 442

Cork County Board, [GAA], 139

Cork County Council, 21, 30, 38, 42, 89, 104, 113, 115, 129, 133, 137, 160, 192, 259, 271,

Cork County Minor Hurling Championship 1990: winners; Churchtown, 148, 546

Cork Defence Union, 174

Cork Evening Herald, 206

Cork Examiner, 18, 94, 140, 153, 173, 174, 199, 206, 255, 426, 442, 436

Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 160

Cork Intelligencer, 56, 205

Cork Jail, 56

Cork Mercantile Chronicle, 205

Cork Mercury, 205

Cork No 4 Brigade, 249

Cork North Enterprise, 457

Cork Person of the Year, 2001, 24, 201

Cork Southern Reporter, 206

Cork Sportsman, 206

Cork Weekly Examiner, 140

Corke [Cork], 15

Corkery family [Windmill], 66

Corkery Headstone, Kilgrogan, 552

Corkery, Catherine [1911 Census (Rath), 306

Corkery, Catherine, [O’Flaherty’s Shop] 211

Corkery, Daniel, 285

Corkery, Jeremiah, 171

Corkery, John [1842], 171

Corkery, John [1901 Census (Rath), 306

Corkery, John [1911 Census (Carrigeen), 36, 289

Corkery, John [Confirmation Class 1967], 573

Corkery, Mary, 66

Corkery, Ned ???????, 83 >WONDER SHOUL IT BE NED DOYLE?

Corkery, Pat, 83,

Cork-Limerick road, 205

Corn Laws, 116

Corncrake, 116,

Corner House, 117, 150, 151

Corner of Buttevant, A (by Albert Daly), 448

Corney’s Well, 117,

Cosgrave, Eliza, 326

Cosgrave, Richd. 317, 318

Costelloe home and family, 96, 578

Costelloe house, 269

Costelloe, Cass, 86, 87, 250, 583

Costelloe, Denis Pat, 87, 171, 269, 538, 563

Costelloe, Jim [Sheehan’s Forge], 244

Costelloe, Kevin, 86, 87, 89, 168, 177, 487, 502

Costelloe, Mrs Elizabeth [‘Lil’], 168, 487, 564, 565

Costelloe, Sam, 87, 168, 176, 486, 492, 496, 498, 502, 505

Costelloe, T.J., 87, 13, 273, 543, 563

Costelloe, Thomas, 73, 168, 176, 177, 178, 486, 496, 498, 502, 505, 565

Costelloes [Variety Company], 260

Costelloes [Village], 151, 225, 525,

Cottage Rake see O’Brien, Dr. M.V (208/211) and The Homecoming of Cottage Rake, 623/624.

Cottage Rake Trophy, 145

Cottage Rake, 553

Cotter Rev James (P.P), 22, 78, 80

Cotter, Rev William Henry (C.I.), 20, 46, 98, 191, 248, 298,

Cottier, 117,

Cotts, Stephen, 276

Cough Water, 89,

Coughlan, Catherine, 287.

Coughlan, Cornelius [1766 Churchtown Census], 276,

Coughlan, Dan, 84

Coughlan, David [Annagh], 582

Coughlan, David, [1833 Tithe Applotment (Ballyvaheen], 287

Coughlan, Hannah, 291.

Coughlan, Jeremiah, 100.

Coughlan, John, 77, 156, 257, 297

Coughlan, Michael, 276.

Coughlan, Patrick [1901, 1911 Census, (Cullig)], 297

Coughlan, Patrick [Subscriber to Churchtown Famine Relief Fund] 156, 329

Coughlan, Thomas, 276.

Coughlan; P & J Ryan employee, 582

County Constabulary, 216

County Dublin, 117,

County Library [Cork], 216

County Waterford, 117

County, 117

Court of Chancery, 60

Court of Exchequer, 224

Court of Wards [Dublin], 416

Court of Wards [English], 416

Courthouse, Cork, 115

Courtney [first Churchtown famine victim], 18,

Courtney, Humphrey, 277

Covey, Stephen,.43

Cowhey [Annagh & Churchtown House} plot at Kilgrogan Cemetery, 552

Cowhey family [Annagh & Churchtown House], 91,

Cowhey family [Annagh], 34, 171

Cowhey family [Churchtown House], 171

Cowhey family [Imogane], 167

Cowhey farm [Kilgrogan], 508

Cowhey, Bessie, 21, 92, 130,464, 554, 586

Cowhey, Catherine M, 36, 92.

Cowhey, Catherine, 36

Cowhey, Dr. Mary, [also ‘Margaret’ and ‘Molly’], 80, 83, 84, 92, 171, 224, 586

Cowhey, Elizabeth M, 36

Cowhey, James, J.P. (Churchtown House), 36, 73, 92, 156, 292

Cowhey, Jimmy [Imogane], 125, 227

Cowhey, John D., 77, 156, 279, 281

Cowhey, Margaret [1901 Churchtown Census], 80, 92, 280, 291

Cowhey, Mrs. Johanna, 73

Cowhey, P, 77

Cowhey, Thomas [1860 Petition signatory], 77

Cowhey, Thomas [1901,1911 Census (Egmont)], 299

Cowhey’s Fort Field, 118

Cowhey’s Rock, 118,181

Cowhey’s Wood, 138

Cowhy David [1833 Tithe Commissioner], 257, 279

Cowhy, Daniel, 279

Cowhy, David, 83, 257, 297, 301, 480

Cowhy, Francis, 77

Cowhy, James, 257, 301, 307, 326, 333

Cowhy, John, 257, 279,

Cowhy, John, 311

Cowhy, Mary Ann, 331

Cowhy, Mrs. Johanna [Imogane], 83, 302, 312

Cowly [Crowley?] Dnl. 323

Cox, Sir Richard

Craganicourty [Cregannacourty], 275

Craig, Maurice, 357

Crane [fireplace], 118

Creagh, Bridget, 455

Creagh, Henry B., 283.

Creagh-Brazier, Henry, 41

Creagh-Brazier, Langley, 98

Creagh-Brazier, William, 56

Crean, John, 230, 322, 323

Creedon, Cornelius, 307

Creedon, Denis, 64.

Creedon, Jane, 292.

Creedon, Mr. Mrs David, 80

Creedon, Patrick, 286.

Creedon, Thade, 299

Creedon, V., 227

Cregane: see Cregannacourty

Creganecourty, 256

Cregannacourty [also Craganicourty, Creganecourty, Cregane], 14, 16, 83, 118, 128, 182, 250, 259, 275, 296, 299, 328, 363,364, 391, 393, 393, 451

Creggannacourty: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 296

Creggannacourty: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 328

Creggannacourty: Household Census 1901, 1911, 296

Creggannacourty: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 296

Creighton, Cornelius, 339

Creighton, Johanna, 337

Creighton, Margaret, 330

Creighton, Maurice, 330

Cremen [Cremin] Peter, 304, 504

Cremin, John, 172, 173

Cremins, Benjamin, 36, 142

Cremins, Mary, 411, 412

Crofton, Mary, 450

Crofts Christopher [Velvetstown], 93, 227,

Crofts Elizabeth [née Purcell], 91

Crofts family, 91

Crofts, Alicia, 91

Crofts, Anne, 91,

Crofts, Catherine, 91,

Crofts, Christopher [1833 Tithe Applotment], 282

Crofts, Christopher [Churchtown House], 14, 90, 265, 453

Crofts, Elizabeth, 91

Crofts, Freeman Wills [writer], 91

Crofts, Freeman Wills George, 91

Crofts, Freeman Wills, [Jnr.], 91

Crofts, Freeman,

Crofts, George, [Jnr.], 90, 91

Crofts, George, 16, 82, 90, 152

Crofts, James, 277

Crofts, Marie Marten, 91

Crofts, Rev. Freeman Wills, 17, 91, 257, 290, 305, 307, 320, 421, 432

Crofts, Rev. George Spread, 266

Crofts, Rev. George, 91

Crofts, Roger, 90

Crofts, Wills George [High Sheriff, Cork County], 57, 76, 91,

Crofts, Wills George [son of Rev Freeman Wills], 282

Crofts, Wills, [Jnr.], 91

Crofts, Wills, Eleanor, 82

Crofts, Wills, JP, 90, 91, 276

Croke, Edmond, 277

Croke, Thomas [Hedge Schoolmaster], 164, 198, 444

Cromwellian Settlement [Plantation], 127, 259

Crone, Robert, 278

Croneen, James, 277.

Croneen, Michael, 276

Croneen, Patrick, 277

Croney, Timothy, 277

Cronin [Askeaton], 109

Cronin family [Ballindillanig], 40

Cronin John [Ballyadam], 41, 224

Cronin, Donal, 573

Cronin, John [Confirmation Class 1967], 573

Cronin, Mary, 172

Cronin, Mr. [NT], 100

Cronin, Mrs Margaret, 586

Cronin, Paddy Joe, 54, 145

Cronin, Paddy Joe, 544

Cronin, Paddy, 582

Cronin, Sergeant [Passenger on Aghaburren plane landing] 28

Cronin, Sergeant Jeremiah [RIC], 179, 291..

Cronin’s field, 84

Croom, 185

Cros, Charles, 151

Crosby, Bing, 110

Crotty, Widow, 277

Crow dance, 587

Crowley family, 159

Crowley, Brian MEP, 559

Crowley, Daniel, 290, 323?

Crowley, Declan, 146, 147, 545

Crowley, Denis, 149

Crowley, James, 146, 147, 545

Crowley, John [1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277

Crowley, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountcorbitt), 342

Crowley, John [Under-12 Gaelic player] 148, 545, 546

Crowley, Kieran, 148, 149

Crowley, Liam, 89, 147, 545, 546

Crowley, Margaret, 96, 550,

Crowley, Michael John

Crowley, Patrick [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountcorbitt), 342

Crowley, Patrick [Under-12 Gaelic player] 148

Crowley, Paul, 146

Crowley, Thomas, 147, 148

Crowly, Daniel, 69, 257,

Crown forces, 249

Crown Solicitor for Ulster, 254

Cuairt an Mean Oiche, 164,

Cub Index, 469

Cuchulainn, 194, 241

Cuillinugh, John, 77

Cúl Gate, 118, 170.

Culleagh, 451; see Cullig

Cullen, Anne, 323

Cullen, John, 99.

Cullen, Margaret, 330

Cullen, Paul

Cullig [sometimes Culleagh or Killig] 73, 74, 96, 119, 131, 143, 193, 207, 224, 250, 256, 259, 297, 329, 350

Cullig: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 297

Cullig: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 329

Cullig: Household Census 1901, 1911, 297

Cullig: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 297

Cullinan, Charlie, 569

Culloden, Battle of, 31, 195

Culloty family [Mountcorbitt], 532

Culloty, Jim, 25, 132, 196

Culloty, Michael, 189

Cummings, General H.R., 268

Cummins, Fr. Stephen, 79, 101

Cunningham acre, 27

Cunningham, Jim, 457

Curabally, 171

Cures [Oral tradition], 483; see also Whooping Cough, 269

Curie, Marie, 272

Curragh, 21, 92, 104, 464, 554

Curraheen Bridge, 14, 19, 43, 117, 119, 531

Currie, Home & Woodgate, 428 [should read: Currie Horne & Woodgate, regular Solicitors to 5th Earl Egmont], 430.

Currymount, 177, 586

Currymount, 61, 122, 269

Curtin farm, 44

Curtin, Dan [Egmont], 159

Curtin, Dan, 36

Curtin, Jim, 159

Curtin, Jimmy [Egmont],. 159

Curtin, Kieran [Ciaran], 148, 149, 545, 546

Curtin, Peter, 84

Curtin-Mrs Hannah [see also Curtin, Hannah O’Leary, p.73], 244

Curtin-O’Leary, Hannah, 73, 264,

Cusack, McTiernan, Solicitors, 271, 45

Cusack, Michael, 206

Cusack, Pat, 53, 271, 457

Cusack, Rev. Martin, C.C., 73, 78, 86, 89

Custom of the Manor, 119

Cut-throat razor, 120, 238

D’Orslet, Louise, 222

Dáil Éireann, 66, 111

Dairygold, 85

Dálaigh [Daly or Dawly] Owen ‘Clampar’, 112

Dallas, Texas, 203

Daly family [Ballynaboul], 509

Daly family [Clashelane], 112

Daly, Albert [‘Bertie’], 269, 448, 560

Daly, Ann, 19,

Daly, Anne Marie

Daly, Bridget, 36

Daly, James, 104, 464

Daly, John, 37, 285, 286

Daly, Lizzie, 37

Daly, Michael, 148

Daly, Neily, 148, 546

Daly, Paddy, 148

Daly, Rev. Daniel, 75, 79

Daly’s Grove, 19, 61

Damascus, 37

Damper, William, 40

Danaher family, 159, 239

Danaher, Christy, 75, 83, 86, 113, 197, 203, 239, 251

Danaher, John, 301

Danaher, Mrs. Christy, 83

Dance Hall Act, 1935, 412, 414

Dances, 411/414; see also Sheehan’s Forge, 244, and Clashelane, 112

Daniels [Variety Company], 260

Danish Blue cheese, 192

Darnstown, 42

Darrell, Mrs Lionel [née Tierney], 430

Darrell, Rev.[Sir] Lionel, 19, 91, 97, 222, 255, 430, 431, 435

Dashing Duhallows, 124, [see also Duhallow Hunt].

Daughters of Charity, 50

Davern, Noel TD, 193, 566

Davitt, Michael, 19, 37, 173,

Daw, James, 276

Dawly, Charles, 277

Dawly, Daniel [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 276.

Dawly, Daniel [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277

Dawly, Maurice, 277

Dawson, Colonel James, 185

de Barry family, 416

de Barry, David Oge, 416

de Barry, Odo, 97, 225, 230, 448, 449

de Barry, Philip, 14, 416, 449

de Barry, Robert, 416

de Barry, William, 416 {previous mention also ..check0

de Barry-Clark, John, 448/449

de Barrys of Annagh, 35, 41

de Brechne, Sir John, 217

de Breffny, B., 357

de Courcy, Edmond, 324

de Courcy, Michael, 324

de La Cour, Rev., 156

De re metallica, 123

de Swafham, Bishop John, DD, 224, 225

de Tocqueville, Alexis, 121

de Valera, Éamon, 36, 236

Dead Field [Kilgrogan], 508

Deadly Nightshade, 190

Deady, Hugh, 278

Deeds, Registry of, 120,

Deenihan, Mick, 138, 172

Deeny, Dr. James, 261

Deep Romance, Peter O’Sullivans Gowran Park and Wexford winner, 554

Deerpark, Charleville, 21, 140

Defective Titles, 120,

Defence of the Realm, Regulations [Act], 38, 49

Deighan’s Geography, 164

Delay, Denis, 198

Delee, Joe, 149, 545

Demesne, 120,

Dempsey, Anna Moore

Dempsey, Noel, TD, 254

Dempsey, Tom, 24, 149, 567

Denahy, James, 290, 307.

Denise, Claire, 459

Denlen Electronics, 71, 120,

Dennahy, John, 276

Dennehy, James [also Denahy], 120, 156, 211, 257, 290, 307, 323, 330

Dennehy’s [Shinanagh] Bridge, 30, 39, 120, 211, 531,

Department of Arts, Sport & Tourism, 472

Department of Supplies, 236

Deposition of 1641, 68, 121

Dereenafalla, 43

Dering, Dan, 59

Derry [City] 170,

Derry [County], 153, 411

Derrynane, 163

Desmond [Ballyhea Hurler], 142

Desmond Rising, 37

Desmond, Cors., 317

Desmond, John, 323

Devane, John, 297

Devil and Dr. Faustus, The, 164

Devlin, Joseph, 36

Devon Commission, 121

Devon, Lord, 121

Dick Mulcahy’s Pension, 75

Dick, D.V. [jockey], 93

Dictionary of Churchtown, A (by Denis J. Hickey), 27/273

Diet [1820s], 420, 436/437 [post-Famine],

Dill, Lady Nancy, 124

Dillon, ‘Ned [Edmond], 72, 121, 230, 266, 306, 341

Dillon, Ellen, 121, 306

Dillon, John, 36

Dillon, Noel, 95, 133, 567, 473

Dillon, Richard, 277

Din Joe, 234

Dinantian age, 74

Dineen, Cors., 313.

Dineen’s Fr. Catechism, 30

Dines see Flynn, Paddy

Directory of Townlands and District Electoral Divisions and Ancient Baronies in the County of Cork, 42

Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland, 114

Dispensary, 122, 237,

Dispossessed Irish landowners, 262

Dissenters, 256

District Electoral Division, 122

Divining, 123.

Dogherty, John, 312.

Doherty [Ballyhea hurler], 142

Doherty, James E., 165

Doherty, Noreen, 211

Donation of Ireland, 174

Doncaster Sales, 92

Dondon, Patrick, 277

Donegal [county], 455

Donegan, Michael, 322

Donegan, Thomas, 307, 344

Doneraile Conspiracy, 112, 118,

Doneraile National School, 164

Doneraile Papers, 174

Doneraile Park, 38

Doneraile, 30, 38, 55, 56, 57, 61, 62, 98, 112, 145, 149, 165, 189, 413, 560, 584

Doneraile, Lord, 272

Donkey Sanctuary, 392

Donnelly’s Hollow, 92

Donnelly’s Sausages, 234

Donoghue, S., 92

Donovan, Dick, 564

Donovan, Margaret, 550

Doody, Daniel, 277.

Doody, James, 84.

Doody, John, 277

Dooleys Height, 123,

Doolin, Patrick, 276

Dooly, James, 307.

Dooly, Thomas, 336

Dorney, Ben [Team mascot, 1961],145, 544, 573

Dorney, Mrs Katie, 73

Dorney, Ned, 81, 145, 197, 544, 545

Dorney, Robert, 146, 147, 545

Dorney’s Lorry, 144

Dortmund, 123, 458

Double Summer Time, 124

Dougherty, Laurence, 277.

Dougherty, Patrick, 276

Dowager Countess Listowel: see Listowel Dowager Countess.

Dowling, Tony, 520

Dowling’s Book-keeping, 164

Down Express, The, 89

Down Survey, 124,

Downerayle, 417 see Doneraile

Downey, James, 22

Downey, Michael, 337

Downing St., London, 207

Downside College, 60

Dowse, Richard, 46

Doyle [Annagh], 144

Doyle ‘Paudie’, 104, 145, 149, 544, 569

Doyle family [Egmont View], 129

Doyle family [Village], 237

Doyle, Cornelius, 306

Doyle, Frankie, 569

Doyle, Jimmy, 143

Doyle, John [famine emigrant], 157

Doyle, John, 145, 544

Doyle, Michael, 146, 147, 149, 545,546

Doyle, Mike, 89

Doyle, Ned, 75

Doyle, Thomas [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown) 1851, 321.

Doyle, Thomas [Pennsylvania], 157

Doyle, William, 321.

Dreaper, Tom, 464

Drinan family, 66

Drinan’s farm, 51

Drishane, 215

Drogheda, 201

Dromcorbett [Mountcorbitt] 256

Dromina, 89, 114

Dromohane, 53

Droumcorbett [Mountcorbitt], 305

Druids, 106, 212,

Drumcollogher, 205

Drumcorbit [Mountcorbitt], 424

Drumcorbitt [Mountcorbitt], 18

Drummond, Thomas, 216

Dualla, 417 see Duhallow

Duane, Anne, 313.

Duane, Bridget, 282.

Duane, David, 307, 313, 339

Duane, Edward, 176.

Duane, John [1833 Tithe Applotment (Killig/Cullig), 297

Duane, John 1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown), 307

Duane, Margaret, 282, 283.

Duane, Mary, 336

Duane, Michael, 83, 282, 283

Duane, Patrick [1918 Anti-Conscription Pledge, Signatory] 36

Duane, Patt, [1833 Tithe Commissioner], 257, 307

Duane, Tommy 145, 544

Duane, Widow, 307

Duane, William [1833 Tithe Commissioner] 257

Duane, William [Snr.], 77, 307, 313

Duane, Wm. [Jnr.], 307, 313

Dublin [city], 19, 21, 33, 136, 173, 195, 262, 265, 440, 453, 585

Dublin Castle, 155, 254,

Dublin, [county], 22, 256,

Duchy of Lancaster, 217

Dues, 124,

Duggan, Denis, 299

Duggan, John, 311.

Duggan, Mrs [Annagh], 480

Duggan, Widow, 276.

Duggan, Willie, 53, 204

Duggan’s, Ben [Lisgriffin Crossroads], 49

Duhallow Hunt, 112, 124, 128, 137, 150, 208, 564

Duhallow, 18, 41, 69, 70, 215, 256

Dumpit, 104, 125,

Dunbarry [also Dunebarry] 99, 122, 126, 168, 203, 256, 259, 275, 329, 451

Dunbarry: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 298

Dunbarry: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 329

Dunbarry: Household Census 1911, 298

Dunbarry: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 298

Dunboy Castle, 43, 119

Dundalk, 246

Dunebarry, 275; see Dunbarry

Dungourney, 60, 70, 97, 126,

Dunlea, Edward [Edmond], 36, 308

Dunlea, John, 308

Dunlea, Patrick, 542,

Dunlea’s Field, Leap, 257

Dunnagan, James, 277

Dunnagan, John, 276.

Dunnagan, Philip, 276

Dunne, Cass, 250

Dunne, Jimmy, 233, 583

Dunne, John, 322

Dunne, Willie, 112, 203, 411, 412, 413

Dunston, John, 44

Dwane, Catherine, 158

Dwane, Tommy, see Duane, Tommy

Dwyer, Rev. Edward, P.P, 7, 79.

Eamhain Mhaca, 241

Eardisland, 57

East Looe, 222

East Lynne, 260

Easter Rising [50th Anniversary], 23

Easter Rising, 1916, 35, 267

Eaton Square, London, 189

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 69

Echo [Evening], 132, 136

Eclipse, HMS, 134,

Ecology of Churchtown, 385/389: see also Stack’s Bridge, 249.

Economic War, 39

Eddery, Jimmy, 197, 209

Eddery, Pat, 22, 130, 197, 465,

Eddy, Nelson, 109

Eden, Anthony, 86

Edinburgh University, 255

Edison, Thomas, 151

Education [Itinerant teachers], 488: see also Churchtown Schools 99/103, Hedge School, 163/164 and Owen Roe O’Sullivan in Churchtown, 499/500

Education: 437/438, see also Churchtown Schools.

Edward 1, King, 14

Egan brothers, Jerry, John, 40, 244, 250

Egan family [Ballygrace], 150

Egan family [Egmont View], 20, 129, 234, 251, 256,

Egan Michael ‘Hasset’, 560

Egan, Bill [Sheehan’s Forge], 244, 413, 543

Egan, Bill, [Ballyhoura Ramblers], 204, 413, 565

Egan, Bridie, 64

Egan, Daniel, 339

Egan, Denis [Creggannacourty], 296

Egan, Denis, [Confirmation Class of ‘67], 573

Egan, Densy, 226, 580, 586

Egan, Dinny, 40, 413

Egan, Ellie, 37

Egan, Jerry, 413

Egan, Joe [Member of 1969 North Cork Novice Hurling Champions] 145, 544

Egan, Joe [Sheehan’s Forge Stage] 413

Egan, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Egan, John, 48, 339

Egan, Johnny, 543

Egan, Mary (‘Weenie Mary’), [Churchtown Village] 36, 291, 481, 482

Egan, Mary [Cregannacourty], 296

Egan, Michael [Signatory, 1918 Anti-Conscription Pledge] 36,

Egan, Michael, [1851 Griffith’s Valuation (Leap], 336

Egan, Mrs [Ballygrace], 269.

Egan, Ned, 94, 586.

Egan, Owen [1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277

Egan, Owen [Carrigeen], 289.

Egan, Owen [Quarry Ganger] 137

Egan, Patrick [Annagh Bogs], 280, 310

Egan, Patrick [Carrigeen}, 289

Egan, Patrick [Land League activist] 173,

Egan, Richard, 481

Egan, Thomas, 276.

Egmont [townland], 15, 17, 19, 20, 22, 41, 43, 69, 74, 109, 124, 126, 129,130, 134, 137, 144, 154, 159, 198, 203, 206, 226, 229, 231, 232, 237, 250, 256, 257, 259, 264. 330, 331, 365, 366, 367, 368, 432, 444, 461, 493, 495
Egmont Arms Hotel, Kanturk, 436

Egmont Barn [New Barn], 391, 392, 393

Egmont Bay, 126, 551

Egmont Cross, 391, 393, 395

Egmont Estate, 222, 416, 418

Egmont Estate, tenant’s meeting, 174

Egmont Estate: 1981 rent receipt, 549

Egmont Estates [1822 Survey], 69

Egmont Estates [Egmont/Darrell settlement], 222

Egmont Estates [indebtedness], 422/423, 427

Egmont Hall [Egmont House], 127.

Egmont House, 82, 109, 125, 126, 127, 150, 170, 190, 204, 245, 532,

Egmont House: 1737 panoramic watercolour’ The Honour of Burton’, 548

Egmont Place, 128, 201

Egmont Row, 463 ….there is an earlier ref

Egmont Stud, 128

Egmont Stud, 65, 554

Egmont View, 128, 244, 251

Egmont View, 41, 128, 203, 234, 256,

Egmont Villa, 129,

Egmont, Augustus Arthur, 8th Earl, 223

Egmont, Cape, 126, 551

Egmont, Charles George, 7th Earl, 20, 223, 433, 440, 442, 435, 444

Egmont, Charles John, 9th Earl, 223

Egmont, Earl of; see also under ‘Perceval’.

Egmont, Frederick George Moore, 11th Earl, 48, 223

Egmont, Frederick Joseph Trevelyan, claimant to title of 10th Earl, 223

Egmont, George James, 6th Earl, 222, 429, 440, 432, 435,

Egmont, Geraldine Countess of, 24

Egmont, Henry Frederick John James, 5th Earl, 19, 222, 422, 425, 426, 427, 428, 429 [death of, 430], 431, 438, 440, 463, 467

Egmont, Henry, Frederick John James, 5th Earl: Last Will and Testament of, successful court challenge to, 428/431, 467

Egmont, John James, 3rd Earl, 222

Egmont, John, 4th Earl, 222, 426

Egmont, Lucy Countess of, 21, 189

Egmont, Mount, 12Egmont Place Housing Development, 571

Egmont, Sir John [Jnr. 2nd Earl and later Baron Arden 220

Egmont, Sir, John, 1st Earl, 16, 17, 35, 219, 418, 451,

Egmont: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 298

Egmont: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 330/331

Egmont: Household Census 1901, 1911, 299

Egmont: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 299

Egmont’s smile [2nd Lord] ‘a rarity, reserved for chess’, 221

Egmonte, Lord, 307

Elizabethan Plantation, 262

Elk, 129,

Elk, Great Irish, 21, 231

Ellard, Fr. CC, 578

Ellard, Fr. Michael, C.C., 77

Ellard, Jack, 244, 413

Ellard, Jack, 413

Ellard, Neil, 547

Emergency Powers Order, 1939, 183, 184

Emergency Service Medal, 175

Emergency, The, 209

Emigration, 129, 433/434

Enclosure, 349, 354, 363,366, 369, 373, 374, 375,

Encumbered Estates Acts, 130,

Encumbered Estates Court, 130

Endeavour Award Plaque, 517

England, 86, 90, 95, 155, 157, 262, 461, 465

England, Rev. Thomas, 56

Enniskeane, 123

Enterprise Ireland, 471, 473

Eontec, 458, 459

Episcopalian Church, 131

Equine connections, 130,

Equine Sculpture [Village Square], 189, 242, 522

ESB [Electricity Supply Board], 22, 234, 469

Escheator, 132,

Escheatorship of Ireland, 132

Escheatorship of Munster, 132

Espiegle, 212.

Essays of Historical Interest, 416/477

Established Church, 132, 215, 256

ETESSA, 165

EU Leader Grant, 468

EU Renewal Grants, 116

Eucharistic Congress, 21, 132,

Europe, 432, 476

European Union Urban & Village Renewal Scheme, 133, 468

Evans, Professor E. Estyn, 259

Evening Echo, 205, 456

Evening Echo: Front-page article on removal of Flannery-pub furnishings to Vienna, 550

Ever Ready [blade], 238

Evergreen Bacon, Sausages and Black Pudding, 205

Extra Magnificent Yeti, The, 568

Fabian of the Yard, 110

Facing the Millennium with Confidence, 95, 457

Faerie Queen, 38.

Fagley, Owen, 278.

Fairs: 488/489: see also Hiring-fair, 166.

Fairy thimble, 190

Falvey, Michael, 125

Falvey, Rev. Daniel, C.C, 76.

Famine Fever, 18, 76

Famine Relief Commission, 155

Fancy Dress Parade, 555

Fane, Adrian, 124

Far East, The, 169, 237

Farrandeen, 43, 133,

Farrissey home [Sheehan’s Forge], 150, 244

Farrissey, Gerry, 471, 476

Farrissey, Nora, 87, 112, 203, 244, 411, 412, 413, 414

FÁS team meets the President, 575,

FÁS, 113, 253, 468, 471, 472, 473, 476

FÁS, 9th Annual Community Initiative Awards, 108

Fee Simple, 133,

Feehan, Jeremiah, 306

Feenagh, 89

Fehan family [Ballynaboul], 509

Fehan, Ann, 214, 468, 554, 570

Fehan, Denis Jnr [GAA star], 546,554

Fehan, Denis, 71, 83, 104, 131, 148, 214, 468, 554, 558, 570

Fehan, John, 543, 554

Fehan, Paddy [‘Patie’], 83, 84, 143, 144, 181

Fehan, Thomas, 148, 149, 545, 546, 554

Fehin, Ben, 90, 137, 144, 534, 562

Fehin, Paddy [Liscarroll], 137

Fenessy [also Fennessy] William, 280, 302

Fennessy, Pat, N.T., 101

Ferguson tractor, 41

Fermanagh, 153

Fermoy Barracks, 267

Fermoy,

Fermoy, Lord

ffolliott, R, 357

Fianna Fáil [government], 39

Fianna Fáil, 89

Fiant, 133,

Fiants of Elizabeth, 265

Fiants of William and Mary, relating to the County Cork, 160

Fiants relating to the County Cork, 160

Field of the Innocents, 214

Field system, 351, 379/80

Field, Jeremiah, 278.

Fighting Seabees, The, 110

Filí an tSuláin, 262

Finch, Sergeant George [Garda], 472

Find the Lady see Three-Card Trick, 252

Fine Gael, 89

Fire, 489 see also Fulachtaí Fia, 138

First Active Plc, 456

First Air transport of horses to racing engagement, 209,

First Cloyne Diocesan Religious Examiner, 135

First Lord of the Admiralty, 221

First National Building Society [now First Active Pc], 201, 466

First of May, The, 413

First person to purchase a drink in Boss Murphy’s ‘Village Inn’, 460

First World War [the Great War], 20, 62, 80, 133, 272

Fisher, Denny, 64,541

Fisher, Diarmuid, 148, 149, 545, 546

Fisher, Jimmy, 147

Fisher, Joe, 168, 510, 543

Fisher, John, 41

Fisher, Lieutenant, 35

Fisher, Mrs Jim, 244

Fisher, Nan, 80

Fisher, Thomas {‘Tom’], 176

Fishguard, 132

Fit-Ups, see Travelling Shows, 260.

Fitz’s Glen, 135,

Fitzgerald [‘Fitz], Tom, 29, 139, 177, 282, 283

Fitzgerald farm [Mountbridget

Fitzgerald, Barry, 110

Fitzgerald, Dan Joe, MCC, 472, 547, 573

Fitzgerald, Edward [1766 Census], 277

Fitzgerald, Edward [1901 Census], 282

Fitzgerald, John, 299

Fitzgerald, Kitty, 198

Fitzgerald, Liam, 189, 207.

Fitzgerald, Ned, 83, 554

Fitzgerald, Patrick [1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Fitzgerald, Patrick [Griffith’s Valuation (Annagh South) 1851], 312

Fitzgerald, Richard, [1911 Census (Mountbridget)], 304,

Fitzgerald, Rick, 198, 460

Fitzgerald, Thomas [1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Fitzgerald, Thomas [1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown),] 307, 313

Fitzgibbon, Gerald [Snr] 77, 156, 257, 279, 329

Fitzgibbon, Maurice, 285

FitzHerbert, Mrs, 255.

Fitzmaurice, Col. James, 239.

Fitzmaurice, John, 276.

Fitzmaurice, Thomas, 277.

Fitzmorris, Revd, Kerry, 97, 449, 450

Fitzmorris, Ulysses [member of Lansdowne family of Kerry], 450

Fitzpatrick family [Coolmore], 115

Fitzpatrick, Billy [Willy], 140, 143, 177, 543

Fitzpatrick, Daniel, 300

Fitzpatrick, Jeremiah, 284.

Fitzpatrick, Jerry [MCC], 89, 143, 176

Fitzpatrick, Mary, 340

Fitzpatrick, Matthew, 278.

Fitzpatrick, Mrs Kate, 36, 244

Fitzpatrick, Pat, 36, 84, 297

Fitzpatrick, Sheila, 64

Fitzpatrick, Tim, 73, 234, 292,

Fitzpatrick, Timothy [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountbridget), 339

Fitzstephen, Robert, 14

Flaherty family [Ballynaboul], 509

Flaherty family [Windmill], 159 check if Windmill is correct address perhaps High Rath?

Flaherty, Patrick, 282

Flail, 135.

Flanagan’s Bar [Buttevant], 54

Flanagan’s Bar, [(Flannery’s reconstituted) Vienna], 136, 201, 557

Flanders, 134

Flannery family, 130

Flannery farm [Egmont], 508

Flannery, Edward [Egmont] 125, 189

Flannery, Edward, [Village], 20, 48, 65, 73, 83, 104, 136, 140, 189, 227, 291, 292, 464

Flannery, Fr [later Canon], Frank, 135.

Flannery, Francis, 198, 299, 322

Flannery, Frank [1983 Churchtown victorious N.S. team], 146

Flannery, Frank, 36, 65, 125, 128, 140, 162, 176, 216, 227, 543

Flannery, John, 65, 80, 105, 125, 136, 140, 176, 184, 190, 193, 268, 299, 543

Flannery, Margaret, Josephine [‘Gretta’], 189, 198

Flannery, Mark, 148

Flannery’s bakery, 51, 211, 236

Flannery’s Bar & Grocery: Detail from ledger, 551

Flannery’s Bar, 24, 71, 136, 177, 197, 201, 263, 456, 463, 529, 550, 559, 564

Flannery’s Boreen, 128

Flannery’s Egmont Stud. 23

Flannery’s Hill, 136,

Flannery’s Quarry [‘Peggy’s Rock’], 56, 116, 125, 126, 136, 181, 189, 216, 271

Flannery’s Rock, 56

Flannery’s shop, 193, 249

Flannery’s shop: headed receipt, 549

Flavin, Stephanie, 459

Flax, 137,

[See also Flemming]
Fleming family [Gurteenroe], 161

Fleming Michael [Gurteenroe], 227, 300, 301

Fleming, Garret [1901/1911 Census (Annagh), 280, 311

Fleming, Garrett [1833 Tithe Applotment (Annagh), 77,156, 279 and probably, 336.

Fleming, James, 276

Fleming, John, 266

Fleming, Luke, 37

Fleming, Michael [Ballygrace], 194.

Fleming, Michael [Imogane], 333

Fleming, Michael, 1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown), 307

Fleming, Paddy, 586

Fleming, Widow, 277

Flemming James 276
Flemming Widown 277

Flight of the Earls, 117

Flimsy, Lady, 89.

Flinn, Daniel, 276

Flinter, Dan, 471, 569

Flour-making, 489

Flying Column, 240, 267,

Flynn Bill [see O’Flynn, Bill].

Flynn Bridget [Sacristan], 80. 83,

Flynn family [Gurteenroe], 161

Flynn family [Paddy/Margaret], 73, 82

Flynn, [O], Richie, 86, 87, 176, 203, 411, 412, 413, 563

Flynn, Bridget [1911 Churchtown Village census] 37, 292

Flynn, Bridget ‘Birdie’, 80, 145, 537, 586

Flynn, Christy, 137, 259

Flynn, Dan, 96

Flynn, Daniel,

Flynn, David, 300

Flynn, Eliza, 292.

Flynn, Jackie, 29, 74, 84, 86, 87, 89, 543, 563

Flynn, Jim ‘The Bee’, 73

Flynn, John, 291

Flynn, Kevin, 146

Flynn, Michael, 333

Flynn, Mrs, 510

Flynn, Paddy [‘Dines’], 87, 89, 176, 562

Flynn, Paddy, [Carpenter] 75, 80, 86, 87, 89, 176, 197, 555, 563

Flynn, Patrick [1901 Churchtown Census], 291

Flynn, Patrick [Ballyadam], 284

Flynn, Patsy, 145, 544, 576,

Flynn, Thomas, 301

Flynn, Tim, 40, 176

Flynn, William [Builder of Annagh Bridge] 17, 33

Flynn, William, [1901/1911 Churchtown Census], 291, 292.

Foch, Marshall, 134

Foley, Fr. Daniel P.P., 78, 80, 132, 579

Foley, Lisa, 211

Foley, Mike, 208

Foley, William, 61.

Folio 3 – one of the earliest in County Cork, 271

Folwy, William

Fontaine, Joan, 110

Food [oral tradition], 490

Fool’s Day [1st April], 491

Footwear, [oral tradition], 491

Foras Feasa ar Éirinn, 185

Ford ‘Prefect’, 195

Fordham University, New York

Fordson Major Tractor, 252

Foreword, 1/5

Fort [Walshestown], 519

Fort Field, 495

Fort Lester, 217

Fort Lester, Co. Meath, 217

Fort Union Stud, Adare, 92

Foster’s Corn Law [1784], 116

Foughy’s Well, 137,

Four Courts, 111, 115, 224,

Fowler, Anselem, 82,

Fowlow, James, 276

Fowlow, Peter, 276.

Fowlow, Widow, 276.

Fox Covert, 137,

Fox, Carmel, 91, 457, 471, 473, 477, 576,

Foxy Singer, the, 137. 259.

Foy, C., 92

Foynes, 272

Fraley, John, 293

France, 48, 86, 105, 134, 135, 163, 263, 461, 465

Francis the Talking Mule, 110

Frankfort, Kentucky, 157.

Franklin, Widow, 276

Franks, M.D., 174

Franz Ferdinand, Archduke, 133

Frawley, Ellen, 171

Frawley, John [Imogane], 334

Frawley, John, 326

Frawley, Patrick, 171

Frawley, Widow, 277

Frawley’s Field, 138,

Free schools cocoa scheme, 198

Freeman, Eleanor, 91

Freeman, Ellen Dean, 91

Freeman, Fr. Daniel, C.C., 76

Freeman, Mildred, 195

Freeman’s Journal, The, 205

Freeman-Jackson, Captain Harry, 124

Freemount, 41, 89, 141, 142

Freeney, Declan, 520, 558

French Fleet, 152

Fretherne House, Somerset, 430

Friesian cattle, 117, 189

Front Field, Annagh, 508

Frost, John, 36.

Frost, Robert, 236

Fuel, 138,

Fuge line [genealogical], 91

Fulacht fiadh, 351, 352, 353, 354, 358, 369, 370, 371, 373, 380

Fulachtaí Fia, 138,

Funerals, 138,

Furey, Finbar, 24, 202, 247

Furlong [distance], 139

Furze, 139,

GAA [Gaelic Athletic Association], 45, 139, 151, 199, 206, 208, 242, 409, 472

Gable, Clark, 110.

Gabriel, Philip, 276.

Gaelic League [Conradh na Gaeilge], 199

Gaffney family [village], 79, 95, 159, 230,

Gaffney, Bill, 87, 143, 176, 177

Gaffney, Denny, 82

Gaffney, Francis, 573

Gaffney, John 147

Gaffney, Michael, 545

Gaffney, Mrs. Tom, 244

Gaffney, Nora [later Mrs Massarella], 94, 132

Gaffney, Thomas, 292, 573.

Gaffney, Thomas, 73

Gaffney’s Butchers Shop, 521

Gale Day, 149.

Galena, USA, 158

Gallagher, Fr., 159

Gallaghers [Variety Company], 260.

Galligan, Dick, 140, 543

Galligan, Eddie, 46, 79, 87, 144, 159, 168, 480, 486, 491, 494, 496, 497, 502, 503, 504, 509, 512,

Gallipoli, 134,

Gallow’s Field [Egmont], 239, 508

Galvin, Liam 252

Galway, 29

Gambles, 150,

Garden Field, 150, 191

Gardiner, Bob, 137

Gardiner’s Boreen [also Sherlock’s Boreen], 150, 245, 249

Gardiner’s Covert [‘Roche’s Rock’], 125

Gardiner’s Rock, 126, 150

Garrán [Gurrane], 38

Garraneard [Granard], 275

Garrienderk, 11.

Garryowen [tobacco], 403

Garvan, John, 277.

Garvey & Solon, 130

Garvey, John, 276

Gay Gordons, The, 412, 413

Geary [Ballyhea hurler], 142

Geary’s [biscuits], 403

General Election, June, 1922, 111

Gentle Mulla, 38

George James, 6th Earl Percival, 19

George, David Lloyd, 35,

George, Rev. Lucius Eustace, 19, 98, 150, 154, 156, 191, 215, 321, 324

George’s St. Technology Ltd., 150, 201, 207, 457, 469

George’s St. Technology: Logo, 550

George’s St. West, 71, 211

George’s St., 19, 34, 70, 71, 75, 86, 96, 109, 120, 122, 150, 198, 215, 237, 322, 323, 463, 520, 522, 535, 566,

Georges St: [refurbishment], 520

Geraldine Rebellion, 32

Geran, Jeremiah [Probably Guerin, as at 291], 292

Geran, Widow, 276

Germany, 20, 134, 267, 458

Ghostly tales [oral tradition], 492

Gibbet, 150

Gibbings, Richard

Gibbings, Robert James

Gibbings, Thomas, 56

Gibbingsgrove, 60

Gibson, Florence, 223

Gilbert, Maurice, 42, 151, 158, 201, 214, 458, 459, 570

Gill and Macmillan, 165

Gillette Razor Company, 238

Gilligan, Mrs, 259

Gingell [Adventurer] 27

Gingell, John, 68.

Givin, Simon, 276.

Gladiator, 236.

Gladstone, W.E., 173

Gladstone’s Land Act, 1870, 46,440, 441

Glasgow University, 255

Glebe Land, 53, 151, 256,

Glebe, The, 53, 82,

Glebe: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 290.

Gleeson, Jim, 582

Gleeson, Michelle, 158, 201

Glendenning, Raymond, 234

Glengarriff, 43, 119

Glenlohane, 125

Glenmalyre, Ballybrittas, 189

Glossary of Architectural Terms, 378/382

Glover family tomb, 495

Glover family, 195

Glover James, [1833 Tithe Applotment (Droumcorbett/Mountcorbitt), 305, 342

Glover Philip [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Glover, Anna, 129

Glover, Edmond, 277

Glover, Edward [Imogane], 301

Glover, Edward, [Mountcorbitt], 195,

Glover, Edward, Mary, 82

Glover, James, 18, 156, 195, 333, 424

Glover, John [Ballygowan, Doneraile] 82

Glover, John [early landowner at Mountcorbitt] 195

Glover, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Imogane)] 333, 341

Glover, Mary, 291

Glover, Philip [1833 Tithe Applotment (Clashelane) 293, 333

Glover, Thomas [1766 Churchtown Census] 276

Glover, Thomas [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Imogane) 333, 338

Glover, William [Imogane], 301, 334

Glover, William Philip, 195

Glynn, James [RIC], 292

Goaling Field, 44, 139, 151, 179, 569

Goggin, David, 328

Going My Way, 110

Golden Vale, 386

Golden, Fr. William C.C, 18, 76, 156,

Goliath, 212.

Good Friday, 179

Gordon, Jimmy, 23, 34, 75, 125, 131, 144, 149, 159, 181, 209, 563, 588

Gorman, Mary Marten, 91.

Gorman, Widow [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Gorman, Widow [Ballynamuck], 286

Gough, Colonel, 57

Gowran Park, 131, 554

Grady, Con, 168

Grady, Cornelius, 294, 337, 482, 483, 485, 490, 504,

Grady, Edmond, 36, 299

Grady, Henry, 276

Grady, James, 277

Grady, Jim see O’Grady

Grady, John, 304

Grady, Richard, 302

Grady, Roger, 277

Graigue, 174

Gramophone, The, 151,

Granard [also Garraneard], 43, 44, 46, 74, 77, 143, 144, 152, 182, 202, 249, 275, 393, 494,, 588

Granard Cross, 392, 393, 395

Grand Jury Presentment Cork County, 1688, 152

Grand Jury, 122, 152,

Grand Parade, Cork, 50

Grange, 149

Granger, Stewart, 110.

Grant, Widow, 277.

Graveyards: see Maryfield [especially 360], Churchtown Bruhenny [especially 361/362] and Kilgrogan, 170. See also ‘Graveyards’ 495 and burial grounds of unbaptised children: Paircín na Cille, 214, Walshestown, 377. Refer also to ‘Burial Ground’ 378.

Great Bull of Bruhenny, 208, 242, 518

Great Famine, 18, 19, 49, 70, 91, 117, 130, 133, 152, 166, 178, 184, 189, 192, 199, 246,202, 213, 232, 239, 246, 247,

Great Famine, prices increase in wake of, 439

Great Gas Petroleum (Ireland) PLC, 158,

Great Southern and Western Railway, 61, 226, 438

Greatest figure in racing history [Churchtown’s Dr. Michael Vincent O’Brien – see 208/211], 211.

Greehy, Trassa, 563

Green and Gold, 158

Green Tears for Hecuba, 262,

Green, James, 284, 285.

Green, John, 284

Green, Michael, 343

Greenane, 218

Greene family, [Ballygrace], 42.

Greene, Cath., 315.

Greene, Ellen, 315.

Greene, Joseph, 36/37

Greene, Mary, 91

Greene, Philip, 234

Greenmount, Limerick, 91

Greensmith, Henry, 149, 545

Greenwich Mean Time [GMT], 124,

Gregg, Michael, 291, 292

Gregory Clause see Quarter-Acre Clause [232].

Gregory, Augusta, Lady, 89, 232

Gregory, Sir William, 232

Greyhounds, 159.

Griffin, Richard, 276.

Griffin, Tim, 145, 146

Griffith College, 207,

Griffith, Arthur, 36

Griffith, Sir Richard, 159, 229

Griffith’s Valuation 1851 by townland (by Denis J. Hickey), 310/344

Griffith’s Valuation, 159, 189, 215, 229, 230, 232, 431, 435

Grogan, Richard, 277.

Grouse migration [oral tradition], 482

Grove, Revd. Marmaduke, 97, 276

Grove-White, Co. James, 81, 98, 160, 350, 358, 360, 361, 584

Growth and Decline of the Modern City, Late Nineteenth Century Cork (Part 35), 95

Grubb, Louise, Jane, 192

Gub, The, 160,

Guerin, Jeremiah 291 [Probably represented as ‘Geran ‘on p. 292]

Guerin, William, 339

Guinea, Mary, 299

Guinee, John, 339

Guiney family, [Clashelane], 112, 197, 214, 509

Guiney, Con [Jnr. Clashelane], 112, 488, 509

Guiney, Cornelius [1911 Census (Clashelane), 293

Guiney, Eddie, 88, 144, 145

Guiney, Francis, 168, 482, 483, 484, 485, 488, 490, 494, 496, 504, 509, 511, 587

Guiney, Hanora. 36.

Guiney, Maria F., 284

Guiney, Mrs., 504

Guiney, Patrick, 176

Guinnee, James, 277.

Guinnee, John [1766 Churchtown Census] 276

Guinnee, Laurence, 276.

Guinness label showing a local bottling by Thomas O’Brien, 550

Guinness, 54, 252,

Gumbleton, Richard William

Gunter’s chain, 67

Gurteenroe Commons, 161, 182, 259, 301 332

Gurteenroe, 16, 40, 160, 176, 182, 238, 244, 250, 256, 259, 300,301,332, 369, 370, 424, 451, 586

Gurteenroe: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 300

Gurteenroe: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 332

Gurteenroe: Household Census 1901, 1911, 300/301

Gurteenroe: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 300

Guy’s Hospital, 255

Guys Almanac and Directory [1913], 72

Ha-ha, 161,

Halford, Sir Henry, 255.

Half-way House, 494

Haliday, Revd. [Holiday], 97

Hall [Hull], Revd. John, 97.

Hallahan, [Rev].Maurice, 72, 75, 79, 278.

Hallahan, Edmond, 278.

Hallahan, Michael, 277.

Hallahan, Tim, 36.

Halle River, 265

Hallenan, Batt [Generally Hallinan, which see].

Hallenan, William [Generally Hallinan, which see].

Hallihan, Gerry, 145, 146, 544

Hallihan, Willie, 166, 551

Hallinan [sometimes Hallenan], Batt, Barth or Bart., 257, 282, 307, 313

Hallinan [sometimes Hallenan], William, 307, 344

Hallinan, Helina, 283.

Hallinan, Margaret, 313.

Hallinan, Michael, 313. 344

Hallinan, T, 36.

Halloween [oral tradition], 496

Hamilton, Richard, 276

Hank, 161,

Hannagan, John, 277

Hannan, Jeremiah, 330

Hannan, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 278

Hannan, John [1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown), 307

Hannan, John [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown Village), 1851], 324

Hannan, Michael, 277

Hannery, Edmond, 325

Hannigan, Miss, 125.

Hanrahan, Patrick, 276.

Hanrahan, Widow, 277

Harley, James, 307

Harness, 162,

Harney, Bill, 131

Harns, Edward, 277.

Harrah, Patrick, 278.

Harrington, Bob, 244, 411, 413,

Harrington, Dan, 205

Harrington, Emmet, 244, 411, 413

Harrington, Patsy, 244, 411, 413,

Harrington, Tadgh, 244, 411, 413

Harris, Margaret, 282.

Harris, Mrs, 131.

Harrisburg, Pa., 157.

Hart family [Clonakilty], 123

Hart, Dónal, 123.

Hart, Patrick, 123.

Hartigan, Dr., 587

Hartly, Abraham, 276

Harton, James, 160

Harts Tongue fern, 387

Hartstown Stud, 65, 104.

Hassett, John, 276.

Hassett, Seán Rua, 499

Hawaiian guitar, 203

Hawe [Ballyhea], 142,

Hawe Bertie Óg, 148

Hawe family [Gurteenroe], 161

Hawe, Bertie, 547

Hawe, Bertie, Bernie, 161

Hawe, Cathal, 148

Hawe, Cathal, 547

Hawe, Denis, 300, 301

Hawe, Denny, 144, 161, 582

Hawe, Mary, 73, 292.

Hawe, Matt [Ballindillanig Census] 282, 283

Hawe, Matt Jnr. 181

Hawe, Michael, 73

Hawe, Ned, 145, 146, 544

Hawe, Richd., 291

Hawe, Tessie, 88, 89

Hawe’s Cross, 162,

Hawkesbeard plant [Rough], 387

Hawthorn, 387

Haycroft, Thomas, 55

Hayes, Canon John, PP, 197, 555

Hayes, Mary, 341

Hayes, Mrs. [Teaching Assistant], 100

Haymakers Jig, The, 412

Haymaking, 162, 172,

Hays, John, 276

Hayward, 162,

Hayworth, Rita, 110

Headland, 163,

Healy, ‘Dixie’ and Pat, 88, 203

Healy, Daniel, 277.

Healy, David, 316

Healy, James N., 35

Healy, Liam, 163, 211, 233

Healy, Maurice, 341

Healy, Michael, 177

Healy, Pat, 177

Healy, T.M., 36

Heaphy, James, 157

Heaphy, Thomas, 157

Heatherside Hospital, 261.

Hedagan, Andy, 154, 341

Hedagan, Philip, 320, 326

Hedegan, John, 277.

Hederman, William, 277.

Hedge School, 42, 49, 163, 182, 198, 215, 254, 560

Hedigan family (p. 66)

Hedigan, Charles, 36

Hedigan, Gerard, 147,

Hedigan, Hannah, 289

Hedigan, John [1901 Census (Carrigeen)], 289

Hedigan, John [Member of 1990 North Cork Junior ‘B’ Champions] 147

Hedigan, Michael, 147

Hedigan, Micheál, 169, 197, 555

Hedigan, Philip, 293

Hedigan, Tim, 140, 141, 543

Hedyan, William, 307

Heeney, Patrick, 199

Heffernan, Gerry, 104, 573

Heffernan, James, 329

Heffernan, John, 69

Heffernan, Thomas, 257, 298

Heffernan’s [Printers], Kanturk, 229

Hennessy, Jane

Hennessy, Liz, 172, 173

Herb Robert, 387

Hereford bull, 41

Hereford, 57

Herlihy family, 196

Herlihy, ‘Buff’, 74

Herlihy, David, 301

Herlihy, Joe, 148

Herlihy, Nora, 100

Herlihys Bar [Lisballyhea], 49, 250

Hiberniae delineatio. 124

Hibernian Chronicle, The, 205

Hickey, ‘Patneen’, 88, 203

Hickey, Bill, see Hickey, William.

Hickey, Dave [Blacksmith], 90, 266, 291, 292,

Hickey, David (brother of Denis J.], 564

Hickey, David [Kerry Lane], 74, 86, 88, 563, 564

Hickey, Denis, J., 14, 27, 90, 96, 165, 234, 245, 275, 309, 398, 538, 568

Hickey, John,’ Jack’, 90, 134,

Hickey, Mick, 31, 134

Hickey, Tom, 90, 134,

Hickey, William, ‘Bill’, 36, 73, 90, 134, 159, 168, 176, 196, 260, 306, 492

Hickey’s Hill, 78, 165,

Higgin’s Cross, 392, 393, 395

Higgins, Johnny, 165, 340

Higgins, Patrick, 277.

Higgins, William, 278

High Meadow, 166,

High Rath, 166, 231, 237, 270

Highfort, Liscarroll, 60, 238

Hill Field, 166,

Hilser Brothers, 50

Hippo Wine, 269

Hiring Fair, 166, 243

Historical and Topographical Notes on Buttevant, Castletownroche, Doneraile and Mallow, 160,

Hitler, 184

HMV [His Master’s Voice], 151

Hoban, Darren, 535,

Hodder [Adventurer] 27

Hodder, John, 15, 128, 167, 452

Hogan, Alf, 131

Hogan, Daniel, 343

Hogan, Darfbie, 307

Hogan, Ellie, 291.

Hogan, Jack, 109

Hogan, P.P., 195.

Hogan, Stephen, 277.

Hogan, Tony, 128

Holland [Adventurer], 27

Holland, Edward, 68.

Holmes, Widow, 276.

Holohan, Rochie, 457

Holy Cross Cemetery, Charleville, 188

Holy Saturday, 179

Holyday [Adventurer], 27

Holyday, William [also Holiday], Rev. 68, 449

Home Assistance officer, 237

Home Assistance, 122

Home Rule, 436

Home-made toys [oral tradition], 496/497

Honduras, 91

Honeysuckle, 387

Hook, The, 222

Hopalong Cassidy, 110

Hope Johnstone family, 63

Hope, Bob, 110

Horan, D

Horan, Jeremiah, 341

Horgan family [Sheehan’s Forge], 244

Horgan sisters, 189

Horgan, Caitriona, 560

Horgan, Éamon, 164, 560

Horgan, Gerry, 145, 544

Horgan, John and Kathleen, 165

Horgan, Johnny, 145, 544

Horgan, Maria, 560

Horgan, Moll, 164

Hornby, Jane, 222

Hornsey, London, 223

Horrigan, David, 318

Hospital Requests, 234

Houlihan, Edward, 293

Houlihan, Mary, 304

Hourahan, John, 278.

House of Commons [Westminster], 90, 221, 222

House of Lords [British], 221, 222, 223, 426

Housing: Post-Famine improvements in Churchtown’s, 436’437

Howard Con and Ellie, 63

Howard Edmond [‘Ned]’, 168, 246, 483,

Howard Edmond [1852], 171

Howard Edward, [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown, George’s St), 1851], 323

Howard family [village], 237

Howard Mick [Annagh], 181, 543, 582

Howard Mick, Bridget, Peggy [Burton Park, later Village] 63

Howard, Con, [Annagh] 134, 137, 246,

Howard, Danl., 313.

Howard, Edmond [1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277..

Howard, Edward, [1901, 1911 Churchtown Census (Annagh North), 280, 281

Howard, Jeremiah, 115

Howard, John [Annagh], 168, 302, 483, 492, 493

Howard, John, [Under-16 player] 148, 545, 546

Howard, Margaret, 582

Howard, Mary, 211, 574, 575

Howard, Mrs Bridget, 244, 264,

Howard, Nonie, 582

Howard, P, 37.

Howard, Patrick [d. 1852] 171

Howard, Sean, 85, 540, 574

Howard, Thomas, 168, 483, 484, 495

Howell, Kate, 223.

Huddy, Joseph, 286

Hudner, Francis, 278.

Hudner, John, 278.

Hull, John, Vicar, 449

Hundred Years’ War, The, 461

Hungry Grass, 166,

Hungry Months, 166,

Hurley, Garda John, 472

Hurley, Mr [Liscarroll], 109

Hutch’s, Buttevant, 233.

Ilchester, Somerset, 221

Iliad, Homer’s, 185

Images of Churchtown, 516/576

Imbolg, 232

Imogane [‘Mugaine’ in some documents], 65, 83, 167, 168, 194, 250, 256, 258, 259, 275, 333, 334, 370, 371, 391, 393, 432, 451, 452, 494

Imogane Bridge [the ‘Wishing Bridge], 167, 258, 530,

Imogane House, 15, 167

Imogane Road, 2003, 529

Imogane Room, 458, 459

Imogane, Griffith’s valuation 1851, 333/334

Imogane: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 301

Imogane: Household census 1901, 1911, 301/302

Imogane: Population Census, 1841, 1851, 1911, 301

Imperial Hotel, Charleville: Commemorative autographed Dinner menu celebrating victories of ‘Cottage Rake’ and ‘Hot Springs’’, 553

Imphrick, 28, 40, 72, 122, 215, 259

Improvements, 169

Inchiquin, Lord, [‘Murrough the Burner’]15, 67, 266, 417, 452, 453

India, 84

Industrial Revolution in Britain; effect on Irish agriculture, 432

Influenza pandemic, 21

Informer, The, 111

Institute of Bankers in Ireland, 201

Intoxicating Liquor Bill, 22

Introduction to the ecology of Churchtown, An, (by Aisling O’Sullivan and Jane Hennessy, 385/389

Iowa, 199, 567

Ireland, 262,

Irish Agricultural Organisation Society, 19, 195

Irish Air Corps, 22, 28

Irish Church Act 1869, 132

Irish Constabulary {later Royal}, 216

Irish Countrywomen’s Association, 167,

Irish Daily, 206

Irish Derby 1919, The, 92

Irish Folk Ways, 259.

Irish Folklore Commission [Coimisiún Béaloideas Éireann], 100, 167/8, 479,

Irish Folklore Commission Scéim na Scoile 1937, 479/514

Irish Freedom, 206

Irish Grammar, 164

Irish Guards, 61, 134

Irish Hospital Sweepstake’s Trust, 234

Irish Internet Association, 109

Irish Management Institute, 201, 567

Irish Messenger of the Sacred Heart, 237

Irish Music Manuscripts of Edward Bunting, The, 194

Irish National Teachers’ Organisation 167/8, 479

Irish Parliament, 163, 221

Irish Party, 226

Irish Peasant, 206

Irish People [weekly], 206

Irish People, 206

Irish Poor Law Rate, 155

Irish Press, The, 206

Irish Rogues and Raparees, 164

Irish Times, The, 206

Irish Volunteers, 21, 35, 267

Irish Whiskey, 1661 and 1815 tax on, 229.

Irrigation Field, Buffer’s Cross, 169.

Irvine, Jermh, 315.

Irwin farm, 251, 480

Irwin, Jim, 34, 144, 168, 480, 502, 506, 508, 509, 512, 588

Irwin, John, 281.

Irwin, Mrs Mary, 168, 484, 513

Irwin, Patrick, 74, 75, 86, 88, 89, 95, 159, 168, 188, 197, 385, 471, 477, 480, 483, 484, 487, 489, 490, 491, 492, 493 500, 502, 506, 508, 509, 512, 513, 555, 576, 563, 582, 586

Irwin, William, 280.

Isobel, Lady, 89

Italy, 134

Ivy House, 169, 178

Jack O’Lantern, 405

Jacobite [s], 163, 270

Jacobite War, 35

Jane Eyre [film], 110

Jer Sullivan’s Cross, 494

Jersey, 583

Jew’s Harp, 203

Jewitt family, 40

Jewitt, Donie, 145, 146, 544

Jewitt, Jerry, 144

Jim the Fiddler, 445/446

John Boss Murphy, 1875-1955 (by Colette Moloney), 444/446

John Oge, 167

Johnis Perceval, Baronetti see Perceval, Sir John, 5th Baronet and 1st Earl of Egmont.

Johns Bridge, 394

Johnsgrove House, Annakissa, 195.

Johnson, David, 276

Johnson, Dr., 221.

Johnson, James, 276.

Johnson, Philip F., 435, 436

Johnson, William, 286.

Johnston, James, 318,

Johnston, Peter, 318.

Jones Miss, [later Lady Matthew Tierney], 254, 255

Jones, Dan, 147, 545

Jones, Ger, 147

Jones, Jennifer 109,

Jones, Mary, 459

Jones, Mrs [St Brigid’s Well cure, 1917],

Jones, Tom, 147

Jordan, Nellie, 64

Jordanstown, 123, 424, 451

Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 160

Journal of the Ivernian Society, 68

Joyce, James, 110, 201

Joyce, P.W., 68

Joyce, Rev. William, P.P, 75, 79

Judge, Bridget, 291

Jumble Sales, 169.

Jumper [disparaging epithet], 169, 247.

Juno and the Paycock, 111.

Jutland [Naval engagement], 134

K Club, 133, 567

Kaiserstrasse, 202

Kane, John, 278.

Kanturk Bridge, 181

Kanturk Castle, 35, 271

Kanturk Labourers’ Club, 436

Kanturk Rural District, 215

Kanturk, 16, 58, 77, 79, 80, 125, 206, 270, 394, 416, 418, 426, 429, 436, 444

Kanturk, Viscount Perceval of [extinction of title], 223

Kathleen Mavourneen [payment system], 253, 405

Kavanagh [also Cavanagh], 295

Kavanagh family [Coolmore], 44, 115

Kavanagh, Arthur MacMurrogh, 46

Kavanagh, Arthur, 36, 88, 144

Kavanagh, Denis, 144, 227

Kavanagh, E.J., 227.

Kavanagh, John (1901/1911 Census (Ballyvaheen), 287.

Kavanagh, John, [Griffith’s Valuation, 1851 (Ballyvaheen), 319

Kavanagh, Richard, 277

Kavanaghs [Buttevant], 495

Keane family, 112, 245

Keane, John [Simon’s father], 170, 2227

Keane, John, [grandson], 147, 541, 560

Keane, Liam, 89

Keane, Mick, 112, 555

Keane, Peggy, 170, 197, 555

Keane, Right Rev. Dr. Bishop of Cloyne, 19, 76,

Keane, Simon, 36, 75, 86, 88, 89, 162, 169, 170, 197, 245, 555, 563

Keane’s Hill, 48, 118, 123, 170

Keanes farmhouse, 65, 170

Keaney Design, 457

Keaney, Martin [Designer on The Annals of Churchtown], 457

Kearney, Jim, 51, 140, 143, 543

Kearney, Patrick [Creggannacourty], 296

Kearney, Patrick [Gurteenroe], 300

Kearney, Peadar, 199

Keating, Pat, 573

Keating, William [Jnr}, 564, 573

Keating, William, 168, 176, 482

Keating’s Bakery, 5.

Keefe, John, 276.

Keefe, Owen, 276.

Keeffe, Thomas, 344

Keeffe, Timothy, 330

Kelleher, Danl., 318

Kelleher, Patrick, 82

Kelliher, Daniel, 307

Kelliher, John, 285

Kelly, ‘Copper’, 259.

Kelly, John, 277.

Kelly, Laurence, 276.

Kelly, Mary, 198, 567, (and husband John), 459

Kelly, Thomas, 277,

Kelly, William, 277.

Kenahan, David, 276.

Kenealy, John, 279.

Kenedy, Laurence, 277.

Kenn, Benjamin, 58

Kenn, William [Captain], 15, 57, 58, 170, 357, 417, 451

Kennedy farm, High Rath, 231.

Kennedy, David, 277.

Kennedy, Dennis, 277.

Kennedy, Karen, 214, 472

Kennedy, Pat, 214, 270, 472, 571

Kennedys of Castleross, The, 234.

Kent, Amelia, 323

Kent, Michael, 277.

Keoagh, John, 301, 307

Keogh, Elizabeth, 333

Keogh, Inspector Michael, 472

Keogh, Judge William Nicholas, 19, 430

Keogh, Timothy, 333

Kerry Blue terrier racer, 251

Kerry Lane, 24, 42, 53, 70, 73, 86, 99, 104, 121, 170, 189, 214, 233, 251, 323, 391, 431, 437, 463, 471, 522

Kerry Lane, Lower, 52, 128, 201, 522

Kerry, 157, 215, 263, 455

Kerryman, The, 262

Kettle, Andrew, 173

Kiely family [Cullig], 119

Kiely, Andy, 271

Kiely, Fr .John P.P, 56,

Kiely, Jacinta, 81

Kiely, Kate, 297

Kiely, Nell [née Twomey], 112, 174

Kiely, Patrick, 297

Kilbrin Cemetery, 179, 199, 200, 450

Kilbrin, 75, 89,

Kilbroney, 122, 123,

Kilcummer, 38

Kildare (county0, 567

Kildorrery, 80, 145, 146

Kilfinane, 82

Kilgrogan [townland], 123, 170, 215, 335, 394, 451,

Kilgrogan Cemetery, 17, 33, 48, 139, 170/171, 495, 552, 586

Kilgrogan: 1833 Tithe Applotment – not deposited in National Archives.

Kilgrogan: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 335

Kilgrogan: Household Census 1901, 1911, 302

Kilgrogan: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 302

Kilkenny, Treaty of, 417

Killabraher, 170, 455, 552

Killaloe, 164

Killarney, 213, 500, 587

Killavullen, 21,140, 252

Killeagh, 76

Killeedy, Limerick, 586

Killig, 256, 297 [see also Cullig]

Killing the Pig, 172,

Kilmaclenine, 46

Kiln Field, Annagh, 172, 508

Kilnamulla, 38

Kiltoohig, 185

King Camp Gillette, 238

King Carlos, II, 178

King Charles I, 57, 58, 152, 266

King Edward III, 225

King George II, 16

King George III, 255

King George IV, 17, 150

King Henry II, 174, 256

King Henry VIII, 215

King James II, 16, 58, 90, 152

King John, 14, 416

King Phillip IV, 178

King William III, 27, 58

King William IV, 257

King, Lucy, 223

King’s County [Offaly], 440

King’s shilling [Queen’s shilling], 172

Kings Premium Award, 105

Kingston, Lord

Kingston, Rev. Robert, 236

Kinnane, Jimmy, 131,

Kinsale, 59, 451, 453

Kirby, Hannah, 73, 292.

Kirby, James, 337

Kirby, Mary, 291.

Kirby, Maurice, 276.

Kirby, Timothy, 277.

Kish, 172

Knight of the Knife, 60

Knock House, 172,

Knockainey, 146

Knockardbane Cross, 395

Knockardbane, Liscarroll, 268, 392, 393

Knockellybreedy [also spelt Knockilbreedy, Knockkilbridy; ancient name of Mountbridget], 256, 304

Knockglass, 100

Knockilbreedy [also spelt Knockellybreedy, Knockkilbridy; ancient name of Mountbridget], 173, 194

Knockkilbridy [also spelt Knockellybreedy, Knockilbreedy; ancient name of Mountbridget] 451

Knocklong, 445

Knocknamahee, 154, 172, 173, 202, 213, 239

Knocknanuss, 219

Knocknanuss, Battle of, 54

Knockroundaly, 123.

Knocktemple Electoral District [Division], 41, 215

Kockrane, Dennis, 277.

Kostal Ireland [Mallow], 473

Kut-el-Amara, Mesopotamia, (battle], 134

Kylbrogan [Kilgrogan], Manor of, 225

Labarte, Richard, 60

Labour conditions post-Famine, 434/436

Labour Party [Irish], 35

Labourers’ strike [1881], 436

Laceys, 15

Lackaroe [Lackaroo], 161, 174, 455

Lackeen, Liscarroll, 448, 451

Lacy, Ellen ‘alias Barry’, 417

Ladd, Alan, 110,

Ladies Land League, 173

Lady Day, 173, 232

Laffan, John, 323

Laffan, John, 330

Laing, Commandant Victor, 176

Laissez-faire dictum, 154

Lamour, Dorothy, 110

Land Act 1870 [Gladstone’s], 440, 441

Land Annuities, 39

Land Commission, 37, 114

Land Court, 173, 174

Land Law (Ireland) Act, 1888, 173

Land League, 19, 37, 46,160, 173, 174, 199, 233, 269, 436

Land War, 160

Landed Estates Court, 130

Landlord and Tenant (Ireland) Act, 1870,

Landmark, The, 197.

Lane, Henry, 276.

Lane, James, 277.

Lane, Mick, 192

Lane, Paddy, 203, 227

Lane, Tom, 104

Lanes [fur and feather merchants], 233

Lapp, Constable Ben, 45, 55,

Larkin, Patsy, 145, 544

Latham, Ann, 117

Lathart, 418 see Lohort

Latitude and Longitude {Churchtown’s], 174

Laudabiliter, 174.

Laurel and Hardy, 110

Lauri, Cardinal Lorenso, 132

Lawn Field, 175, 178

Lawn Gates, 70, 94, 139, 166, 175, 225

LBJ Construction, 233, 571

LDF [Local Defence Force], 174, 184, 209

Le Cateau [battle], 134

Le Pilly, 32

Leader, Elizabeth, 60

Leahy brothers Con, Tim, Pat, Joe [Olympic Athletes], 52

Leahy, John, 324

Leahy, Thomas, 56

Leahy, Thos. 318.

Leane, Jeremiah, 302

Leap, 47, 132, 139, 151, 154, 175, 178, 181, 198, 200, 201, 250, 257, 259, 260, 336, 337, 348, 391, 393, 432, 444, 554

Leap: ‘The old bog road’, 527.

Leap: 1833 Tithe Applotment – possibly amalgamated with that of the neighbouring townland of Walshestown (344).

Leap: Awbeg tributary at, 530

Leap: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 336/337

Leap: Household Census 1901, 1911, 303

Leap: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 303

Learmouth, Leon Livingstone, 124

Leary, Denis, 308.

Leary, Kate, 291

Leary, Timothy, 328.

Leaving of Churchtown, The, 753

Ledson, J., 92

Lee Enfield .300 rifles, 175

Lee, William, 99, 323

Legion Hall, 412

Lehane, Tim [Snr.}, 181, 582, 588

Leicester Square, London, 454

Leitrim Castle, 119

Leitrim, 14, 43, 394

Lellis, William, 279.

Lemass [Seán] era, 130.

Lenahan, John, 296

Lenahane, William, 277.

Lenane, John, 276.

Lenane, John, 277.

Lenihan, Denis, 36

Lenihan, Fr. Timothy, C.C., 77

Lenihan, Hannah, 36

Lenihan, John, 36.

Lennahan, Conner, 278

Lent, 179, 401

Leo, John, 277

Leopardstown, 131

Lett, Annita, 167

Letters [Walpole], 221

Lewis, Jack, 88

Lewis, Mrs, 34, 131, 181, 582

Lewis, Samuel, 69, 257, 418,

Liam McCarthy Cup, 24, 148, 567,

Liberator [Daniel OConnell], 61

Lichen, 387

Life of Donna Rosina, 164

Light [lighting], 180, 498

Lille, 32

Lillis, Nicholas, 331, 342

Lillis, William, 291.

Lily Purity, 84

Limekiln, 34, 180,

Limerick [city], 470

Limerick [county], 58, 157, 445, 584

Limerick and District [Soccer] League, 104

Limerick Junction, 394

Limestone, 172, 181,

Limestone-sculptured hurley, sliothar and football, 242

Linehan [Ballyhea hurler], 142

Linehan, Denis [Under-14 Hurler], 145, 544

Linehan, Denis? [1911 Census (Rath)], 306

Linehan, Gerard, NT, 101, 477, 573

Linehan, John, 577

Linehan, Noel, 43, 53, 85, 95, 109, 158,164, 181, 182, 188, 194, 214, 447, 461, 471, 477, 566, 539, 576, 559, 560, 569, 574, 577

Linehan, Thomas, 330

Linehan, William, 316

Linehans [Ballygrace], 49.

Linn, Michael, 277.

Linn, William, 277.

Linnane, Anne, 317

Linnane, Joe, 234.

Lios na Gruach, 182

Lisboyne, Co. Cork, 225

Liscarroll – base of three post-Famine Emigrant Agencies, 434

Liscarroll Castle, 35, 199, 392, 395, 417, 452, 480

Liscarroll Fair, 480

Liscarroll Fair: Schedule of Tolls & Customs, 549

Liscarroll GAA Club History, 179

Liscarroll Road [new], 244

Liscarroll Road [old], 150, 190, 229, 245

Liscarroll, 15, 16, 33, 38, 40, 60, 69, 70, 74, 76, 77, 78, 80, 86, 89, 90, 100, 105, 109, 115, 125, 126, 127, 137, 139, 143, 145, 152, 159, 169, 170, 179, 182, 202, 205, 236, 239, 249, 258, 262, 268, 301, 392, 411, 416, 434, 448, 449, 455, 494, 530, 558

Liscarroll, Battle of [3 September, 1642], 417

Lisgriffin, 91, 123, 205, 244, 258, 411, 413, 416

Liskelly, 39, 194

Listed Monuments [Map], 347

Listowel, Dowager Countess, 19, 156 48, 115, 117, 119, 327, 339, 340, 432

Little Island, 94

Little, Eoin, 150, 569

Littleton, Mce., 315

Live Wire, 165

Liverpool, 157

Living With Lynch, 234

Lloyd, Edward, 17, 230, 256

Local Defence Force [LDF], 22, 28,

Local Government (Ireland) Act, 1898, 122, 152

Local Security Force [LSF], 22,183

Loch Lomond, 554

Locke’s, John [The ‘Bridge Bar’], 49, 394, 395

Lodge Road, 65, 70, 463

Loeber, Ralph, 357

Logan, Rev. Vincent, 51

Loghort, 418; 440, see also Lohort

Lohort [Lathart – probably a misread; also given as Loghort], 223, 416, 418

Lombard, Eleanor

Lombards, 15

Lombardtown, 89

London Court of Chancery, Master of, 223

London Transport, 165

London, 199, 212, 428, 452

London, 59

Long Lays, 182, 265

Longfield, Lieutenant-Colonel John Powell

Longfield’s Bridge, 494

Longford Bridge, 39

Looking back in time (by Mick Hassett Egan), 588

Loow, Francis, 277.

Lopper Stage, 182.

Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 69

Lord Deputy, 133

Lord Justice, 133

Lord Lieutenant, 98, 98

Lord of the Bedchamber, 221

Lord President of Munster, 417

Lord Treasurer, 416

Lorraine, 134

Louisville, 157

Lovel [alias of Henry, 5th Earl of Egmont], 222, 254

Lovely is the Lee, 60

Low Pump, 95, 117, 182, 225, 231

Low, George B., 257

Low, George Bond, 118, 296

Low, Thomas, 296

Lowe, John, 95, 568

Lowe, Sir Hudson, 212

Lower Carboniferous Period, 94, 230

Lower Field, Annagh, 508

Lower Walk, 183, 191,

Lucey, Dan, 239

Lucy, Countess of Egmont, 53

Lughnasa, 233

Lumper, 184.

Lumsden, Chief Constable William, 54

Lusitania, 134,

Luther, Martin, 123

Luxembourg, Radio, 234

Lymerick, 265

Lynch family [Aghaburren], 28

Lynch family [Creggannacourty], 118, 231,

Lynch family [Farrandeen], 231

Lynch Mr. [Egmont House], 128.

Lynch, Canon J.F. [CI, 584

Lynch, Catherine, 146

Lynch, David, 307

Lynch, Dr., 227.

Lynch, Edward, 310, 311.

Lynch, Honora, 322

Lynch, Jack

Lynch, James [post-famine emigrant], 158

Lynch, James, 156, 307, 313, 327

Lynch, Joe, 75, 261.

Lynch, John (Snr.) 284, 315.

Lynch, John, (Jnr.), 315.

Lynch, Liam 111, 267,

Lynch, Mary, 133

Lynch, Michael [1833 Tithe Applotment (Ballynaboul), 285.

Lynch, Michael [Ballindillanig], 282, 283.

Lynch, Michael [Cregannacourty] 36, 83, 227,

Lynch, Michael, [1983 Churchtown N.S. team], 146, 147, 545

Lynch, Michael, Branchtown, Philadelphia, 158

Lynch, Mick, 562

Lynch, Mrs Annie, 83

Lynch, Patrick [Creggannacourty], 285, 296, 299, 316

Lynch, Tim [Castlemaccarthy], 543

Lynch, Timothy [Ballynaboul], 285, 296, 300

Lynch, Widow, 284

Lynch, William, 277.

Lynch’s [Ballindillanig], 512

Lyons, Mr. [Creamery Manager], 83

Mac Conmara, Donncha Rua, 164

Mac Dómhnaill, Seán Clárach, 16, 17, 18, 25, 47, 49, 164, 181, 182, 185, 211, 212, 270, 455

Mac Ruairí [MacRory]: anglicised as Rogers ?, 455

Mac Ruairí, Gillasius, 455

MacCarthy, Father, Charles, P.P, 77, 80.

MacCotter and Nicholls, 350

MacDonald, Jeanette, 109

MacEntee, Seán, 236

MacJames Barrys, 350

Mackey, Mick, 249

MacMahon, Matt, 494

MacNicholas, Mrs. James, 15

Macra na Feirme, 181

Macroom, 201

MacRory, Joseph, Cardinal, 455

MacRory: junior branch of McDonnells, 455

Macs Smile, 238

Madden, Clara, 541, 555

Maddens, Misses, 279

Madigan’s Marsh, 242

Madison, Indiana, 157

Magee, Bishop John, 567

Magner, Robert, 276.

Magnier, Caroline, 53.

Magnier, John, 131

Magrath, James, 330

Magrath, James, 41, 283.

Magrath, Margaret, 195, 330

Magrath, Maurice, 330

Magrath, Miss Peggy, 129

Magrath, Widow, 290,

Maguire, Sam, 85 [Cup]

Maher, Miss, 99.

Mahony, Daniel, 276.

Mahony, John, 55, 56

Mahony, Maurice [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Leap), 336

Mahony, Michael, 300

Mahony, Moses, 277

Mahony, Patrick, 20, 178, 291, 292, 303

Mahowney, John, 277.

Maigue poets, 185

Maisons Laffitte, 105

Maitland, Frederick, 212.

Majorca, 459

Mallow (North Cork) LDF Battalion, 175

Mallow Castle, 452

Mallow Infirmary, 56

Mallow Players [Dramatic Society], 260.

Mallow Poor Law Union, 70, 158, 160

Mallow Vocational School, 181

Mallow Workhouse, 157, 189, 229, 432,

Mallow, 20, 40, 48, 72, 84, 90, 96, 125, 140, 145, 156, 189, 249, 434, 440, 470, 480, 510, 558

Malloy, James, 276.

Malloy, John, 276.

Malone, James, 277.

Malta, 236

Manager’s Cross, 189, 391, 393, 395,

Mangaire Súgach, An, 185

Manhattan, 585

Manning, Daniel [‘Danks’], 36, 84, 104, 554, 568, 587

Manning, David, 37, 140, 543

Manning, Joe, 134, 168, 491, 496, 497, 504

Manning, John, 36, 291, 299

Manning, Kitty, 168, 486

Manning, Toby, 460

Mannix, Archbishop Daniel, 78

Manor Court, 133

Mansfield, Rev. Pierce P.P, 75, 76, 79

Maps: Townlands of Churchtown, 12; Listed Monuments in Churchtown, 347; The Churchtown Trails 391/394; County of Corke c 1685, 756; Moland’s Survey of Ballintemple [Churchtown] 1702, 757; Map of Cork c. 1720, 758; Lewis’ Map of 1837 [section], 759;

Market House, 24, 42, 70, 105, 136, 138, 158, 165, 177, 189, 190, 198, 225, 254, 437, 456, 463, 467, 468, 475, 480,533,569, 570

Market House: Deed of Transfer from Egmont Estate, 549

Market House: pre and post restoration, 533

Marksman, 190

Marl, 190

Marriage Trends [post-Famine], 432, 498

Martin [Adventurer], 27

Martin, Edmond

Martin, Edmond, 68

Martin, Micheál, TD, 24, 101, 108, 193, 573

Martin, Tom, 458

Marx Brothers, 110

Maryfield [O’Brien’s], 190, 191,

Maryfield Church – description of Holy Water Font, 98

Maryfield Church : location of Foundation Stone, Dedication Stone, Holy Water Font, and Sacred Vessels, 248; damage to and repair of Tower, 450; demolition of , 450; stone used to repair wall of Churchtown Village Cemetery, 450.

Maryfield Church and Churchyard, 16, 20, 60, 64, 70, 82, 97, 98, 109, 98, 147, 463

Maryfield Church, Sacred vessels, 539,

Maryfield Church: Inscription on Dedication Stone, 450

Maryfield churchyard; Purcell tomb, 539,

Maryland [later Maryfield Churchyard], 16, 82, 190

Mason, Jim, 233

Mass House, Annagh, 508

Mass Rock, 150, 191, 250

Mass Rock, 191,

Mass Walk [Mass Path], 41, 66, 112, 191,

Massarella, André, 94, 587

Massarella, André, Nora, 82

Massarella, Nora [née Gaffney], 131,

Massarella, Ronnie, 94

Master of the Rolls, 91

Mathew, Very Rev. Theobald [‘Apostle of Temperance’], 257

Matthews, Dick, 149

Matthews, John, 147, 545, 546

Maureen’s Restaurant, Buttevant, 448

May Eve, 190

MBE Award to Churchtown Nun, 23, 50, 564

McAleese , President Mary and her husband Martin;see President Mary McAleese

McAleese, Her Excellency, President Mary, 231, 471, 472, 474, 476

McAleese, Martin, 231, 476, 574

McAuliffe, Cornelius, 339

McAuliffe, Daniel, 171

McAuliffe, Denis, 153, 319.

McAuliffe, Edmond, 333

McAuliffe, Fr. Denis, 72, 75, 79, 278

McAuliffe, Jerry, 52, 235, 237

McAuliffe, Joe, 96..

McAuliffe, John [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown, George’s St.) 1851], 292, 323, 333

McAuliffe, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

McAuliffe, Lizzie, 264

McAuliffe, Margaret [1901 Census (Rath), 306

McAuliffe, Margaret [Griffith’s Valuation [Churchtown, George’s St], 1851, 322

McAuliffe, Margaret [Millennium citizen of Rath] 555,

McAuliffe, Paddy [‘Pat’], 181, 582

McAuliffe, Philip, 171

McAuliffe, Ptk. [Ballyvaheen], 318

McAuliffe, Richard, 176

McAuliffe, Stephen, 96.

McAuliffe, Timothy [1766 Churchtown Census], 277.

McAuliffe, Timothy [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Carrigeen), 320

McAuliffe, Tom, 541, 588

McAuliffe, William, 342

McAuliffe’s Plot, Rath, 109, 260,

McBride, John, Waterville, Ohio, 157

McCabe, Mary, 214, 570

McCabe, Shane, 214, 570

McCarthy [defeated by William Murphy at Liscarroll Castle], 199.

McCarthy, Bishop, 135

McCarthy, Bridget, 36

McCarthy, Daniel, 342

McCarthy, Dave, 128.

McCarthy, Den, 586

McCarthy, Denis [1833 Tithe Applotment] (Ballynaboul), 285

McCarthy, Denis [Ballinguile], 169 36, 480, 481, 482, 496, 498, 500, 501, 504, 505, 507, 511, 512

McCarthy, Denis [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown Village) 1851, 324

McCarthy, Denis, [Ballygrace], 36, 285

McCarthy, Ellen, 292, 304

McCarthy, Florence [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276.

McCarthy, Florence, [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census], 277

McCarthy, Fr, Eugene, C.C, 78.

McCarthy, Jim, 29, 72, 129, 192, 452, 463, 559, 565, 579, 584

McCarthy, John Joe, 177

McCarthy, Kate, 80, 244, 538

McCarthy, Kieran, 95

McCarthy, Liam [Cup], 24, 85

McCarthy, Margaret, 284.

McCarthy, Mary, 340

McCarthy, Michael [1833 Tithe Applotment (Ballynamuck,] 286, 317

McCarthy, Owen, 135

McCarthy, P

McCarthy, Pat, 135

McCarthy, Patrick, 305

McCarthy, Pte. Michael [Munster and Royal Dublin Fusiliers] 80, 134, 564

McCarthy, Widow, 277.

McCelland, Judge Baron, 55, 56

McCormack harvester, 196

McCormack, Captain, 28

McCormack, John [later Papal Count], 132, 151

McCormick, Thomas, 277.

McDaid, Jim TD, 149, 193, 547

McDermott, Fr. Tom, 79

McDonagh, James, 155

McDonagh, Tadh O’Clery

McDonald, Sheila, 109

McDonnell’s of the Glens of Antrim, 455

McDonough, sometimes McDonagh or McDonaugh [of Kanturk], 218, 416, 452

McGiff, Con, 122, 237

McGill, Jim, 75, 86, 88, 176, 555, 563

McGill, Lily, 90, 563

McGill, Mrs. Margaret, 88, 89,

McGovern, Jack, 29.

McGrath, Mce., 314

McGrath, Patrick, 276.

McLaglen, Victor, 111

McMahon family [Ballindillanig], 40

McMahon, Anthony, 147, 148, 149, 545, 546, 573

McMahon, Gerry, 573

McMahon, Joanne, 148

McMahon, Matt, 168

McMahon, Michael, 145, 146, 149, 544, 545

McMahon, Paddy Joe, 145, 544

McMahon, Paddy, 23, 96

McMahon, Pat, 545

McMahon, Paul, 147, 148, 149, 545, 546

McMahon, Seamus, 145, 544

McNamara, Fr. Tom, 165

McNamara, Martin, 157

McNamara’s Band, 86, 87, 563

McShane, Philip Oge

McSheehy, Manus Keagh, 265,

McSweeney, Rev. Pierce [returned as ‘Peter’1911 Census], P.P, 73, 77, 78, 80, 286, memorial in churchyard; 537

McSweeney, Teige, Duff, 265.

McSwiney, Katherine, 452

McSwiney, Manus Keagh

Meade, Garrett, 104, 291

Meagher, Patrick, 322

Meara, Dermod, 212

Medal of Honour see Churchtown Medal of Honour (95).

Meditations in Time of Civil War, 111

Meelick, Co. Clare, 237

Meentogues, Killarney, 213

Meldrum, 117

Melican, Eleanor and Kieran’s house [formerly Christy Stack’s], 521

Memoirs of the Reign of George II, 221

Memories 577/752

Memories of a stud farm (by Densy Egan), 586/587

Memories of Churchtown, 577/752

Mengeaud [Napoleon’s surgeon], 212

Mercer Co. Illinois, 157

Mercury, 165

Merlin, 466

Merriman, Brian, 164

Merrion Square, 32

Merrit, Mary, 214

Merry Pedlar, The

Messina, Sicily, 212

Michaelmas Day, 232

Mick Lane’s Well, 192,

Middle Gates, 94, 192,

Middlemen, 192,

Midleton, 135, 136, 454

Midnight Court, The, 164

Midsummer Day, 232

Midwifery, 192,

Milestown, Philadelphia Co., 157.

Milford, 60, 82, 145, 179

Military Archives [Irish], 176

Military Service No. 2 Bill, 35

Military Two-Step, The, 412, 413

Milk and Milking, 193.

Millennium Visit of the President, The (courtesy www.churchtown.net) , 471/477

Millstreet, 60

Milltown, 453

Ministerial visits to Churchtown, 193,

Missions, 193,

Mitchel, Mr, 62

Mitchelstown, 56, 57, 85, 135,

Mitchelstown, Co-Op, 192

Mix, Tom, 110

Mo Giolla Mear [Mo Ghile Mear], 164; version of translation, 188, 189, 202

Moanroe [Mónróe] 21, 23, 30, 129, 194, 245, 259, 262, 303,338, 371, 372, 499, 500, 584

Moanroe Bog [Entered as ‘Meanroe’, 307], 307, 423

Moanroe Elk, 129, 585

Moanroe: 1833 Tithe Applotment: returned as ‘Walshestown’

Moanroe: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 338

Moanroe: Household Census 1901 and 1911, listed as ‘No Return’ [although at least one family resided there].

Moanroe: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 303

Mobile shop and shop, 249

Mogeely, 136

Moland, Thomas, 16, 40, 43, 44, 64, 65, 113, 115, 118, 119, 127, 161, 171, 194, 195, 196, 236, 265

Moland’s Survey of Ballintemple [Churchtown] 1702, Map 757

Moland’s Survey: opening entries, 549

Molly Bawn [expression], 406

Moloney, Dr. Colette, 25, 194, 200, 411, 557

Moloney, Martin, 195

Moloney, Maurice, Cork County Manager, 458

Moloney, Ned, 251

Molowney, Edward, 278

Molyneux, Sir Thomas, 129

Món Aba [field, property of Cowhey’s, Churchtown House]

Monagay, 194

Mones, Larry, 414

Moni Imrish, 194

Montreal, 223

Monuments [Listed], 347

Mooney [Ballyhea], 142

Moore, Cecilia, 223

Moore, Judge, 55, 56

Moore, Thomas, 291

Moore’s Melodies, 578

Moraguun, 194

Moran, Bill, 413

Mórríoghain, 194

Morrison, William, 17, 230

Morrissey, Alec, Julia, 164

Morrissey, Helen, and poem, 145

Morrissey, Mary and Simon, 250

Morrissey, Pádraig, 149, 545

Morrissey, Pakie, 145, 146, 544,

Morrissy, John, 276

Morrough [Murrough], 452 see also Inchiquin, Lord (‘Murrough the Burner’)

Mortell, Paddy, 28

Mortell, Rev. Philip, 79, 80, 555

Mortimer, Gail, Jack, 71, 120, 457

Mother’s ‘tea’, 90

Motherway, Con, 139

Motherway, Richard, 100, 578

Mount Alphonsus, Limerick, 193

Mount Egmont, 127

Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin, 32, 195

Mount Pleasant Quiz League, 165

Mountbridget [formerly Knockellybreedy, Knockilbreedy, Knockkilbreedy and also written as Mount Brigid], 24, 48, 117, 126, 135, 194, 214, 238, 250, 259, 304, 339, 340, 372, 373, 432, 447, 481, 512, 584

Mountbridget Cross, 393, 395

Mountbridget: 1833 Tithe Applotment [Recorded as Knockellybreedy], 304

Mountbridget: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 339/340

Mountbridget: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 304

Mountbridget: Population Census 1901, 1911, 304

Mountcorbitt [also Dromcorbett, 256, Droumcorbett, 305, Drumcorbit, 424, Drumcorbitt, 18], 19, 31, 44, 73, 82, 114, 115, 129, 131, 132, 135, 154, 159, 195, 207, 238, 250, 259, 341, 342, 374, 393, 432, 451, 562

Mountcorbitt House, 212, 532,

Mountcorbitt: 1833 Tithe Applotment [Recorded as ‘Droumcorbett’], 305

Mountcorbitt: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 339/340

Mountcorbitt: Household Census 1901, 1911, 305

Mountcorbitt: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 305

Mountgarret [defeated Parliamentarian leader at Battle of Liscarroll], 417

Mountleader, 60

Mousing Bank, Walshestown, 271

Mowing Machine, 196, 242,

Mowlam, Marjorie ‘Mo’ MP, 95

Moylan family [village], 237

Moylan, Jack ‘Johnny’, 21, 22, 130, 168, 196/197, 299, 465, 484, 496

Moylan, Michael, 296

Moylan, Mrs and daughter Bridget, 73

Moylan, Mrs, 244

Moynihan, Denis, 55

Moynihan, Michael, TD, 472, 473, 547, 573

Moynihan, Timothy, 333

Muckross Abbey, 213.

Mud cabins [described], 420; disappearance from Churchtown by 1851, 436

Mugaine [Imogane], 15

Muintir na Tíre, 64, 74, 83, 169, 170, 197, 204, 251, 555

Mulcahy, Al, 237

Mullane, Cornelius, 339

Mullane, Hanora [Honora], 295

Mullane, John, 277.

Mungret College, Limerick 208

Munster Agricultural Society, 169

Munster, 117

Murder in the Red Barn, 260.

Murnane, E

Murphy ‘Pakie’, 88, 96, 203, 245, 411, 412, 413, 563

Murphy Denis [1833 Ballintemple (Churchtown) Tithe Applotment], 290

Murphy family [Ballynaboul], 509

Murphy Family [Egmont View], 129

Murphy family [Leap], 132, 249, 257, 444

Murphy farm [Walshestown/Leap], 508

Murphy home, Leap, 534,

Murphy Mick [Egmont View], 543

Murphy, ‘Birdie’, 200, 446

Murphy, ‘Redmond’ John, 75, 88, 159, 168, 197, 480, 494, 502, 503, 509, 494, 555

Murphy, Aggie, 264, 555

Murphy, Andrew, 317

Murphy, Bartholomew, 307, 336, 337,

Murphy, Bill [Leap], 88, 176, 198, 200, 446, 567, 569

Murphy, Bill [son, by his second marriage, of William ‘Boss’ Murphy, 199, 444

Murphy, Bridget [daughter, by his second marriage, to William ‘Boss’ Murphy], 199, 444, 562

Murphy, Catherine [Census of Ireland 1911 (Ballinaboul)], 286.

Murphy, Catherine [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Imogane)], 333

Murphy, Corns., 284.

Murphy, Dan [1901 Census [Egmont], 299

Murphy, Daniel [Father of ‘Boss’ Murphy] 77, 198, 298, 331, 444

Murphy, David, 149

Murphy, David, 99

Murphy, Deirdre, 459, 558

Murphy, Delia, 151.

Murphy, Denis, [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276.

Murphy, Dennis [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census], 278

Murphy, Dorothy, 558

Murphy, Edmond, 291.

Murphy, Edward, 278.

Murphy, Eileen, 569

Murphy, Ellen [daughter of William ‘Boss’ Murphy], 198, 444

Murphy, Fr. Patrick, C.C., 77

Murphy, Gerry, 24, 53, 72, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 123, 136, 158, 190, 198, 200, 391, 398, 566, 456, 457, 458, 459, 460, 466, 467, 468, 471, 472, 474, 476, 547, 556, 558, 559, 569, 576, 573, 574, 577

Murphy, Hannah, Maria, 566

Murphy, Hanora, 283.

Murphy, Jack [Leap], 79, 96, 154, 176, 177, 178, 179, 200, 202, 216, 227, 446, 464, 541, 543, 568

Murphy, Jack [Postman], 73, 96

Murphy, James

Murphy, James, 148

Murphy, Joe, 40.

Murphy, Johanna, 291.

Murphy, John [1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277

Murphy, John [1833 Tithe Applotment, Ballygrace], 284

Murphy, John [1911 Churchtown Village Census], 292

Murphy, John [FÁS], 471, 476, 540

Murphy, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountcorbitt), 341

Murphy, John ‘Boss’ and Margaret, 457

Murphy, John M [poet], 568

Murphy, John Pat, 104, 204, 557, 564

Murphy, John, ‘Boss’, 36, 83, 178, 199, 200, 202, 227, 260, 411, 413, 414, 444/446, 457, 562, 569

Murphy, Joseph, 37

Murphy, Liam, 547

Murphy, Maggie, 37

Murphy, Margaret [daughter by his second marriage of John ‘Boss’ Murphy], 199

Murphy, Margaret [signatory to 1918 Anti-Conscription Pledge] 36

Murphy, Margaret [sister of John ‘Boss’ Murphy], 562

Murphy, Margaret [wife of John ‘Boss’ Murphy], 569

Murphy, Mary [1911 Census (Egmont), 299

Murphy, Mary [daughter, by his second marriage, of William ‘Boss’ Murphy] 199, 444, 562

Murphy, Michael [1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown)] 307, 336

Murphy, Michael [Jnr. 1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown)], 336

Murphy, Michael, [Under-14 Football player 1985], 545

Murphy, Mrs William, 199

Murphy, Niamh, 346, 459, 558

Murphy, Nora, 36, 47, 566

Murphy, Pat, 569, 573, 574

Murphy, Patrick [1901/1911 Churchtown Village Census], 291, 292

Murphy, Peggy, 200, 446

Murphy, Rev. Daniel [son of William ‘Boss’ Murphy] 198, 567,

Murphy, Rev. P, 140

Murphy, Rev.Matthew [son of William ‘Boss’ Murphy], 198, 199, 444, 567,

Murphy, Right. Rev. Dr. Bishop of Cloyne, 76

Murphy, Robert, 146, 147, 545

Murphy, Tom [Village], 23, 64, 96, 129, 144, 203, 233, 542,

Murphy, William [legendary sledge-thrower], 199, 480

Murphy, William [Under-14 player], 146, 147, 545

Murphy, William ‘Boss’, 17, 37, 77, 83, 178, 198, 200, 242, 307, 308, 444, 457, 468, 480, 562, 567

Murphy, William Boss: 1888 Wedding invitation to his daughter’s wedding in Iowa, 548

Murphy’s Bar [later O’Keeffe’s], 525,

Murphy’s Boss and the Village Inn, 198

Murphy’s Quarry [Egmont] 181

Murphy’s Quarry [Walshestown], 181

Murphy’s Rock [Egmont], 126, 177, 202,

Murphy’s, Mr [ref. to ‘Goaling Field], 143, 151

Murrain, 202,

Murray, Michael, 289.

Murray, Pete, 234.

Murroe, Thomas, 68

Murrough the Burner, 266

Murry, John, 276

Musicians, 202

Muskerry, Lord, 35

My Hometown, 237, 560

My Sad Downfall, 266/67

My Village of Churchtown, 149

Myxomatosis, 233

Nagle family [Fermoy], 213

Nagle, Matthew, 277.

Nagle, Richard, 177

Napoleon in Exile; or a Voice from St. Helena, 212.

Napoleon’s tooth (1836 auction of), 213

Napoleonic Wars, 418

Nash, James, 163

Nash, Tom, 159

Nation, The, 186, 199

National Agricultural Labourers’ Union, 436

National Board [of Education], 69, 422

National History Museum, Dublin, 23, 129, 585

National Library of Ireland, 250

National Museum, Dublin, 179, 241

National School System, 1831, 437

National Tidy Towns see Tidy Towns

National Volunteers, 21, 267,

Nationwide, 204,459

Nattie’s Corner, 204,

Naylor, Margaret, 342

Nazareth House, 80

Ned Moloney’s Boreen, 49.

Neenan, James, 289.

Neil, John, 276.

Neilan, David, 277.

Neilson, Samuel, 262

Nenagh Horse Fair, 130.

Nettle, 204.

Neville, Ralph

New Barn, 109, 128, 204, 229, 391, 392, 393, 451, 461, 534,

New Barn, Legend of, 497

New Boston,

New Cottages, 129

New Line [Buffers Cross], 126, 205

New Line [Railway Gates], 205

New Question Time, The, 234.

New York [City ], 157, 214, 477, 585

Newbury, 1st Baron, 222.

Newcastlewest Bus, 54, 204, 244

Newmarket [Suffolk], 90

Newmarket, 80, 83

Newspapers, 205

Newton, Sir Isaac, 451

Newtownshandrum, 80, 83, 89, 165, 214 562

Ní Ruairí, Máire, 455

Nic Dhómnaill, Máire, 185

Nicholas IV, Pope, 14

Nicholl, L. D., 174

Nicholls [Nickolls], William 126, 423, 424, 438

Nick Dundee 554

Nickolls, William (423), see Nicholls,

Night of the Big Wind, 18, 198, 206, 386

Nipper, 151

Nitrogen Éireann Teo., 201

Nivita Tragedy, 24, 207,

Nivita, 150, 203, 567, 471,

Nolan, ‘Gypo’, 111.

Nolan, Brian, 148

Non-conformists, 207,

Noonan family, 73, 150

Noonan, Darby, 277.

Noonan, Eilibhís, 100, 169, 484

Noonan, James, 289.

Noonan, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Noonan, John [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown Village) 1851, 324

Noonan, John, [1911 Churchtown Village Census], 36, 292

Noonan, Maurice [1766 Census of Churchtown], 277

Noonan, Maurice [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountbridget), 340

Noonan, Michael, 344

Noonan, Miss, 100

Noonan, Mrs, 100

Noonan, Patrick [1833 Tithe Applotment (Gurteenroe) 300, 332

Noonan, Patrick, 73, 291,

Noonan, Thomas, 320.

Norket [Norcott?], William, (Cromwellian), 499

Norman, William 278.

Normandy, 217

Norris, Rev. William P.P., 76, 79

North America, 130,

North Cork INTO Mini-7s Hurling Championship 1994/95: winners; Churchtown, 147

North Cork Junior ‘B’ Football Championship 1990: winners; Churchtown, 147

North Cork Junior ‘B’ Hurling Championship 2004: winners; Churchtown, 149, 545

North Cork Junior B Football Championship 2003: winners; Churchtown, 545

North Cork Junior Hurling Championship 1929: winners; Churchtown, 140, 543

North Cork Militia, 272

North Cork Novice Hurling Championship 1969: winners; Churchtown, 145/6, 544

North Cork School’s Hurling Championship 1994/95: winners; Churchtown, 147

North Cork Schools’ Football Championship 1989/90; winners Churchtown, 147

North Cork Schools’ Football Championship 1991/92: winners; Churchtown, 147

North Cork Schools’ Football Championship 1995/96: winners; Churchtown, 147

North Cork Schools’ Hurling Championship 1989/90: winners; Churchtown, 147

North Cork Schools’ Hurling Championship 1991/92: winners; Churchtown, 147

North Cork Under-12 Football League 1995: winners; Churchtown, 148

North Cork Under-12 Hurling Championship 1995: winners; Churchtown, 148

North Cork Under-14 Football Championship 1995: winners; Churchtown, 148

North Cork Under-14 Grade ‘C’ Championship 1985: winners; Churchtown, 545

North Cork Under-14 Hurling Championship 1961; winners; Churchtown, 544

North Cork Under-14 Hurling League1995: winners; Churchtown, 148.

North Cork Under-16 Football Championship 1995: winners; Churchtown, 148

North Cork Under-16 Football League1995: winners; Churchtown, 148

North Cork Under-21 Football Championship1998: winners; Churchtown, 149

North Cork Under-21 Hurling Championship, 2000: winners; Churchtown, 149

North Weston, Somerset, 216

Northern Ireland [State], 66, 245

Norton-Barry, Mrs, 125

Norton-Barry, William, 125

Nugent, Henry, 454

Number 10, 207,

Ó Ceallacháin, Seán Óg, 234.

Ó Dómhnaill, an t-Athair Nioclás, 185.

Ó Hicí, Ruairí, 47, 566

Ó Muircheartaigh, Micheál, 24, 149

Ó Riain, Liam, [see Ryan, William J], 239

O.S.S., 110, 509

O’ Brien, Mrs Angela, 172, 565

O’Brien [Ballyhea hurler], 142

O’Brien Alphonsus [‘Fonsie’], 208

O’Brien Daniel [Ballygrace], 169, 285

O’Brien Elsie, 564

O’Brien family (Vintners), 48, 251,

O’Brien family [Clashganniv], 112, 159

O’Brien James [1911 Churchtown Village census], 292

O’Brien John, [Annagh], 168, 495,

O’Brien Mary [now of Newtownshandrum], 214

O’Brien Patrick [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Carrigeen)], 320

O’Brien sisters, Eileen and Kathleen [Mountcorbitt], 532

O’Brien sisters, Eileen, Kathleen, [Mountcorbitt], 131, 159, 195

O’Brien T.P. [Mountcorbitt], 73, 227, 305

O’Brien William [Nationalist MP], 173

O’Brien, [Dr.] Vincent, 18, 22, 28, 29, 34, 80, 85, 112, 113, 125, 130, 131, 176, 196, 207, 208/11, 212, 464, 465, 468, 572

O’Brien, Barth., 298

O’Brien, Bridget, 36

O’Brien, Charles [1833 Tithe Applotment, Ballygrace], 284

O’Brien, Charles [son of Dr. Vincent], 209

O’Brien, Ciaran, 456

O’Brien, Commandant Paddy, 159, 249, 267

O’Brien, Con [‘Bard of Ballyhea’], 28, 141, 199

O’Brien, Con [Signatory Anti-Conscription Campaign], 36

O’Brien, Cors. 315.

O’Brien, Dan [Daniel P.] Clashganniv, 21, 36, 37, 73, 112, 113, 125, 130, 196, 197, 208, 227, 294, 464,

O’Brien, Daniel [{Ballindillanig), 313

O’Brien, Daniel [Ballyvaheen], 287, 319.

O’Brien, David {Hurling and footballer], 148, 149, 545, 546

O’Brien, David, [son of M.V. O’Brien], 209

O’Brien, Dermot, 22, 208

O’Brien, Donal, 88, 176, 184, 208,

O’Brien, Dr. James, 57

O’Brien, Eileen, 195, 555

O’Brien, Eliza, 36

O’Brien, Elizabeth, 209

O’Brien, Frank, 125, 131, 140, 227, 543

O’Brien, Heather, 459, 565

O’Brien, Ignatius, 208

O’Brien, Jack, 510

O’Brien, James [Clashganniv], 208

O’Brien, James [Vintner] 36, 73, 211, 291, 292.

O’Brien, Jane, 209

O’Brien, Jeremiah [Churchtown Village], 291.

O’Brien, Jeremiah, [Annagh South], 281.

O’Brien, Jim, 145, 146, 544

O’Brien, Johanna, 302

O’Brien, John [1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown), 307

O’Brien, John [1901 Census (Ballygrace)], 284

O’Brien, John [Clashganniv], 208

O’Brien, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Cregannacourty)], 328

O’Brien, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Imogane)], 333

O’Brien, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountcorbitt), 341

O’Brien, Kathleen [Clashganniv], 208

O’Brien, Kathleen [Mountcorbitt] 195, 555

O’Brien, Margaret, 108, 113, 211, 565, 574, 576

O’Brien, Mark, 148, 565

O’Brien, Mary, 36, 341

O’Brien, Michael [Annagh Bogs] 77, 310,

O’Brien, Michael [Ballynamuck], 318.

O’Brien, Michael [Imogane], 301, 337

O’Brien, Michael, [Clashelane], 293

O’Brien, Mr. D.G.B., 209

O’Brien, Mrs William, 244

O’Brien, Mrs, Ellen, 315, 332

O’Brien, Noel 37, 113, 131, 211, 565

O’Brien, Nora,

O’Brien, Pat, 25, 131, 141, 145, 163, 211

O’Brien, Pauline, 208

O’Brien, Rev. Daniel, 48, 57, 76, 79, 91

O’Brien, Rev. John, P.P., 75, 79

O’Brien, Robert, 342

O’Brien, Sarah, 565

O’Brien, Susan, 209

O’Brien, Thomas (Amateur Rider], 131, 145, 233, 459, 522, 544, 564

O’Brien, Thomas [first licence holder O’Brien’s bar], 53, 105, 121, 211, 283, 284, 285, 320

O’Brien, Thomas [Jnr.], 148, 149, 545, 546

O’Brien, Tim, 91

O’Brien, Tom [Vintner], 30, 48, 73, 78, 138, 140, 141, 162, 193, 227, 252, 143, 560, 563, 565, 572

O’Brien, Widow 296, 305

O’Brien, William [Labour TD and Trade Unionist], 36

O’Brien, William ‘Bilda’, 73, 292, 482, 504.

O’Brien, William Smith, 156

O’Brien’s [shop], 172, 180, 193,

O’Brien’s bakery, 51, 211, 236

O’Brien’s bar, 25, 89, 90, 131, 136, 149, 150, 158, 163, 197, 211, 245, 463, 521, 524, 550,

O’Brien’s Bridge [Stacks Bridge], 249

O’Brien’s field [village], 177, 231

O’Brien’s garage, 251

O’Callaghan [Ballyhea hurler], 142

O’Callaghan Mr. [Egmont House], 128

O’Callaghan, ‘Jim,’ [James, fiddle and concertina player], 200, 203, 411, 445, 498

O’Callaghan, Bill, 561

O’Callaghan, Bridget, 50.

O’Callaghan, Callaghan, 282.

O’Callaghan, Crohor, 452

O’Callaghan, Denis [Buttevant], 129

O’Callaghan, Denis, 56

O’Callaghan, Dermoid

O’Callaghan, Donagh, 452

O’Callaghan, James [LDF], 177

O’Callaghan, James, 148

O’Callaghan, John, 282.

O’Callaghan, John, NT, 99

O’Callaghan, Kennedy, 322

O’Callaghan, Mary, 291

O’Callaghan, Matthew, 36

O’Callaghan, Maurice, 463

O’Callaghan, Michael, 112, 413

O’Callaghan, Miss Margaret [later Mrs Thomas Wall] 100, 578

O’Callaghan, Mossie, 145, 544

O’Callaghan, Mr. [Creamery Manager], 83

O’Callaghan, Mrs [village], 244

O’Callaghan, Neil, 147

O’Callaghan, Pat, 472, 473

O’Callaghan, Rev. Daniel, 80

O’Callaghan, Richard, 292

O’Callaghan, Timothy, 291

O’Casey, Seán, 111

O’Connell Paddy, 471, 476, 540,

O’Connell, Daniel [‘The Liberator’] 61,112, 118, 121, 199, 213

O’Connell, Denny see Connell, Denny.

O’Connell, Eliza, 48, 171, 552.

O’Connell, Eva

O’Connell, John [son of the Liberator], 440, 441

O’Connell, Johnny, 145, 544

O’Connell, Lady Margaret Mary [née Purcell], 451

O’Connell, Mick, 144

O’Connell, Mrs Margaret, 448

O’Connell, Pat [FÁS], 547

O’Connell, Pat, 146, 147, 545

O’Connell, Pat, FÁS], 95, 471, 476

O’Connell, Private, 28.

O’Connell, Rev. Eugene, P.P, 77, 80

O’Connell, Sir Maurice, 61

O’Connor [‘Willie O’], 117, 162, 189, 494

O’Connor brothers, 89

O’Connor family [Egmont], 159

O’Connor farm [Leap], 181

O’Connor, Connor, 277.

O’Connor, Daniel, 291, 292

O’Connor, Donald [Actor], 110

O’Connor, Henry, 442

O’Connor, Hugh, 582

O’Connor, James K, 37, 73, 227, 237

O’Connor, James, 177

O’Connor, Karl, 569

O’Connor, Liz, 90

O’Connor, Mary, 74, 125, 197, 575,

O’Connor, Michael, 104, 147, 545, 546,

O’Connor, Patrick [1983 Churchtown N.S. team] 146, 147, 545, 546, 560

O’Connor, Patrick ‘Patsy’, 36, 84, 168, 281, 491

O’Connor, R.F, 39

O’Connor, Rory, 234

O’Connor, Seamus, 147, 545, 546

O’Connor, Terence, 177

O’Connor, Thomas, 36, 303

O’Connor, William, 36, 83,

O’Connor’s Rock, 126, 211,

O’Connor’s shop, 34

O’Connor’s’ Wood, Egmont, 232

O’Conor, Charles Owen (The O’Conor Don0, 46

O’Daly, Sabia

O’Dea, Dinny, 412

O’Dea, Nora, 569

O’Dea, P.J., 249

O’Dea, Paddy, 112, 412, 413

O’Donnel, John, 276.

O’Donnell, Tom, 131

O’Donoghue, Edward, 56

O’Donoghue, Nellie, 555

O’Donoghue, Patrick, 177

O’Donovan & Co, 456 see O’Donovan Stewart

O’Donovan family [Cullig], 119

O’Donovan M, [later Fr. ‘Mossie’] 140, 143

O’Donovan, Anne, 148

O’Donovan, Annette, 23,

O’Donovan, Brian, 148, 149, 545, 546

O’Donovan, Con, 559, 565

O’Donovan, Eddie, 145, 237, 544

O’Donovan, Edmond, J.P., D.C, 73

O’Donovan, Edward, 36, 297

O’Donovan, Joan, 459

O’Donovan, Margaret, 96

O’Donovan, Michael, 586

O’Donovan, Ned, 145, 544

O’Donovan, Stewart & Co, 456, 457

O’Donovan’s, Eddie, 54,

O’Driscoll family [Egmont House],128.

O’Driscoll, Anne, 36

O’Driscoll, Caroline, 53

O’Driscoll, Denis, 267

O’Driscoll, Michael, 88, 108

O’Driscoll, P.J., 226

O’Driscoll, Rev. Donal, 79, 80

O’Farrell, Pádraig, 270

O’Flaherty, Jack, 211, 517, 546, 554

O’Flaherty, Liam, 111

O’Flaherty, Paddy [of whiskey fame], 243

O’Flaherty, Peggy, 108, 211, 466, 471, 477, 517, 574, 576

O’Flaherty, Rosemary, 211

O’Flaherty, Thomas, 148, 149, 544, 546

O’Flaherty, Tony, 146, 147, 545, 546

O’Flaherty’s Shop, 211, 517

O’Flynn, Ann, 203

O’Flynn, Bill, 82, 84, 90, 145, 150 203, 566, 541, 569, 578

O’Flynn, Bridget Mary, 203

O’Flynn, D., 227

O’Flynn, Ian, 148

O’Flynn, Mrs Kathleen, 203, 566,

O’Flynn, Mrs,, [Ballyadam], 244

O’Flynn, Richard, see Flynn, Richie

O’Flynn, W. 227

O’Grady Cup, 89

O’Grady, Cornelius, 293

O’Grady, David, 36

O’Grady, Gobnait, 567

O’Grady, Jim, 89, 143, 144

O’Grady, Maurice, 567

O’Grady, Richard, 304

O’Halloran, Joe, 129

O’Halloran, Liam, 546

O’Halloran, Lorraine, 148

O’Halloran, Michael (17th century), 185

O’Halloran, Michael [GAA star] 148, 149, 545, 546

O’Halloran, Sylvester [nephew of Seán Clárach MacDómhnaill], 185

O’Hara, Patrick, 317

O’Hehir, Micheál, 234

O’Herlihy family, 24, 25, 474

O’Herlihy, Anita, 24, 148, 207, 475, 567,

O’Herlihy, Emma, 207, 475

O’Herlihy, Joe, 148

O’Herlihy, Liam and Marie, 456, 475 ..mentioned elsewhere

O’Herlihy, Niamh, 24, 207, 475, 567

O’Higgins, Brian, 100

O’Holan, Thomas, Rev.97, 225, 449

O’Keeffe family [Annagh Bog], 582

O’Keeffe, Arthur, 153

O’Keeffe, Dan, 36

O’Keeffe, Eddie, 139, 196

O’Keeffe, Eileen, 563

O’Keeffe, Ellen NT, 99, 291

O’Keeffe, Ellie Mary, 80, 83, 96

O’Keeffe, Fr. Bartholomew, C.C, D.D. 77

O’Keeffe, Margaret-Cullinan, 200, 444

O’Keeffe, Mary, 86

O’Keeffe, Michael [1901 Churchtown Census], 291

O’Keeffe, Michael, 84, 140, 543

O’Keeffe, Mrs W, 73

O’Keeffe, Nora, 80, 96

O’Keeffe, Paddy [Carpenter], 73, 90, 168, his house; 535,

O’Keeffe, Paddy [Publican], 22, 73, 140, 144, 159, 200, 444, 543

O’Keeffe, Paddy [Undertaker, Buttevant], 139

O’Keeffe, Pat. M. 543

O’Keeffe, Patrick [1911 Churchtown Village Census], 292

O’Keeffe, Private, 28

O’Keeffe, Rev Timothy, C.C., 77, 80

O’Keeffe, Sean, 560

O’Keeffe, Timothy, 285.

O’Keeffe, Tom, 140, 543

O’Keeffe, William [‘Billy’], 538, 542,543, 564

O’Keeffe, William [1911 Census of Ireland (Churchtown Village)], 292

O’Keeffe’s bar, 28, 136, 524

O’Keeffe’s house, 198

O’Leary Farm, 265

O’Leary home, Walshestown, 150

O’Leary sisters, Katie, Maggie, 244

O’Leary, Denis [‘Densie’], 177

O’Leary, Denis [‘Muss’], 543

O’Leary, Denis, 265, 543, 560 ‘Long Denny’ …is it Walshestown?

O’Leary, Eugene, 582, 586

O’Leary, John [Walshestown], 177

O’Leary, John, [1833 Tithe Applotment (Creggannacourty], 296, 316, 328,

O’Leary, Kevin, 145, 146, 147, 544, 545

O’Leary, Mary, 324

O’Leary, Mary, 324

O’Leary, Rev. David, P.P., 18, 76, 79, 154, 156, 325

O’Leary, Sean, 573

O’Leary, Thomas, 36, 57,

O’Leary, Timothy, 299

O’Mahony, Denis, 145, 146, 544

O’Mahony, George, 266

O’Mahony, Jack, 84, 86, 140, 141, 142, 177, 543

O’Mahony, John [Fenian], 57

O’Mahony, John 147.

O’Mahony, Lieutenant, 28

O’Mahony, Mary, 63

O’Mahony, Maurice, 51, 140, 141, 145, 211, 236, 543, 544, 561

O’Mahony, Paddy Joe, 63, 83, 136, 145, 146, 544, 559, 564, 569

O’Mahony, Pat, 36, 140,

O’Mahony, Patrick ‘Condy’, 51, 80, 96, 206, 211, 236, 480, 524,

O’Mahony, Rev. Stephen, 79, 188

O’Mahony, Sean, 560

O’Mahony, Thomas, 57

O’Mara’s, 172

O’Meara family, 212

O’Meara, Dr. Barry Edmond, 18, 211, 212,

O’Meara, Jeremiah, 212

O’Mongayn, [Moygayn] Donald, P.P., 14, 75, 79

O’Mulligan, Hugh

O’Neill, Andrew, 342

O’Neill, Denis, 83.

O’Neill, Laurence, 36

O’Neill, Mary, 291

O’Neill, Miss, 99

O’Neill, Tony, 159

O’Regan, Angela, NT, 101, 477, 546

O’Reilly Players, The, 414

O’Riordan, Canon, J, 224

O’Rourke, The, Lord of Breifne, 119

O’Rourke, Willie, 259

O’Rourke’s Castle, 43

O’Shaughnessy, Hanora, 291

O’Shea, Dónal, 101,

O’Shea, Kathy, 36

O’Sullivan ‘Booney’ family, 165, 245

O’Sullivan Beare, [Dónal Cam], 14, 43, 119, 394, 531

O’Sullivan Bessie [later Mrs D. Relihan], 168, 493

O’Sullivan family [Clashelane], 112

O’Sullivan family [Coolmore], 115

O’Sullivan family [Corner House], 246

O’Sullivan family [Cullig], 119

O’Sullivan family [Dunbarry], 125

O’Sullivan family [one-time tenants of former barracks], 237

O’Sullivan, Aisling, 385

O’Sullivan, Billy, 145, 146, 544

O’Sullivan, Brenda, 459

O’Sullivan, Bridget [Titanic victim], 20, 256,

O’Sullivan, Dan ‘[‘Aval’], 36

O’Sullivan, Daniel (Father of Denny ‘Booney’) [possibly 36], 291, 292

O’Sullivan, Danny [jockey], 465

O’Sullivan, Denis [Denlen Electronics]. 71, 120, 143, 561

O’Sullivan, Denis [famine emigrant], 157

O’Sullivan, Denis [grandfather of Eileen Ahern-O’Connor and Relihan family], 168, 292, 494, 554

O’Sullivan, Denis, [Clashelane] 36, 137, 511

O’Sullivan, Denny ‘Booney’, 25, 46, 48, 50, 73, 80, 84, 99, 130, 137, 139, 245, 251, 270, 408, 524, 561

O’Sullivan, Donal [Boss Murphy’s], 198, 460

O’Sullivan, Dónal, 101, 109, 140, 177, 245, 582,

O’Sullivan, Donie, 64, 145, 544

O’Sullivan, Ellen, 36

O’Sullivan, Hannah ‘Booney’, 73, 80, 234, 561

O’Sullivan, J.A., 37

O’Sullivan, James [1901/1911 Census (Rath), 306

O’Sullivan, James [FÁS], 547

O’Sullivan, James [Under-14 Gaelic player], 147, 545

O’Sullivan, Jeremiah [Dunbarry], 298

O’Sullivan, Jerry (Windmill], 144

O’Sullivan, Jerry [Publican], 131, 189, 198, 271, 456, 557, 560

O’Sullivan, Jim. [Jimmy], 83, 177, 582

O’Sullivan, Joe, 144, 176

O’Sullivan, John [Lisgriffin], 244

O’Sullivan, John [O’Sullivan Beare event visitor], 566,

O’Sullivan, John [Scéim na Scoile], 168, 482

O’Sullivan, John [Under-21 footballer] 149

O’Sullivan, Johnny [Musician], 413

O’Sullivan, Kevin, 53

O’Sullivan, Lena, 192

O’Sullivan, Mary Mae, 54

O’Sullivan, Maureen, 88, 203

O’Sullivan, Maurice [Buffer’s Cross], 54, 134,

O’Sullivan, Maurice, [Under-14 player], 147, 545

O’Sullivan, Michael [Snr. Ballynaboul], 168, 169, 482, 501, 513,

O’Sullivan, Michael [Jnr. Ballynaboul], 501, 510, 513

O’Sullivan, Michael, 36, 77

O’Sullivan, Micky, 543

O’Sullivan, Mrs Lizzie, 36, 244

O’Sullivan, Mrs. [St. Brigid’s Well cure, 1905], 584

O’Sullivan, Nora, 136, 551

O’Sullivan, Owen Roe [Eoghan Rua Ó Súilleabháin], 163, 213, 488, 499/500

O’Sullivan, Patrick, 293

O’Sullivan, Peter, 64, 74, 131, 224, 554, 555

O’Sullivan, Private Thomas, 134, 139

O’Sullivan, Susie, 73, 524, 561

O’Sullivan, William [jockey], 554 … check in case above is same

O’Sullivan, William, 168, 480, 493, 494, 495,

O’Sullivan, Willie [Musician], 244, 413

O’Sullivan’s Bar [formerly Flannerys], 557; ‘Last Orders’ at; 560, 561

O’Sullivans (Booney’s’), 104, 206

O’Sullivans Beare’s Epic March described at Ballyhoura Way, 43 and Curraheen Bridge, 119.

O’Sullivans, Corner House, 104

O’Toole, Colm, 104

O’Tuama, Seán, 185, 186

Obelisk, 174

Obelisk, 208, 242, 518, 570

Obstruction [Parliamentary, 173

October Horse Fair, Buttevant [now defunct], 511

Ogham, 211,231

Oirria Barria, 213, 416,

Old Friend, 554

Old Pike, The, 242

Oldcourt, 31

Oliver, Mrs, 203.

One-way flour, 236

Orange Order, 31, 272

Orchard Field, 41

Ordnance Survey, 14, 18, 33, 38, 124, 259

Orrery and Kilmore, 40, 45, 68, 69, 70, 213, 256, 266

Orrery, Earl of, 170

Our Lady’s lamp, 180

Outdoor Relief, 157, 213,

Owen Roe O’Sullivan, 163, 213, 488, 499/500

Owens, Archibald, 276

Owens, Dick, 205.

Owens, Jesse, 242.

Oxford [College], 59, 224,

Oxford, Treaty of, 417

Paddy the Irishman, 510

Padre Pio Nursing Home, 24, 42, 71, 214, 458, 472, 473, 570

Paget, Miss Dorothy, 197, 464

Paid In His Own Coin, 86, 89

Pairc na gCapall [Kilgrogan], 508

Páirc na Locha, 191,

Paircín na Cille, 214, 508

Paircín na Fola, 35, 214,

Paircín na Gloch, 214,

Paircín na Locha, 214,

Paircín na Sagart [Annagh], 508, 509

Pakington, Revd. Rector 97, 449, .

Panis Angelicus, 132

Papal Taxation, 14, 81

Parish Schools, 215,

Parish Sports Field, 23

Parish, 215,.

Parker, Cecil, 110

Parker, Mary [mother of Robert A. Anderson, Mountcorbitt], 451

Parkinson, J.J., 92, 464

Parkinson, John [Solicitor engaged to prepare (later disputed )Will of 5th Earl Egmont], 428, 429, 430, 431

Parliament Square, [London], 37

Parliamentary [Land} Act, 1708, 120

Parliamentary Act of 1537, 215

Parliamentary Gazetteer of Ireland, 69

Parochial Commissioners, 257

Parochial House, 41Parnell, Charles Stewart, 173, 199, 226

Parson’s House, [Parsonage], 19, 82, 98, 150, 198, 215, 532,

Paruchiae, 216

PAS, 261

Passage Field, 216,

Pathé News, 110

Pathologia Hereditaria Generalis, 212

Patrick’s St, Cork, 446

Pattern, 216, 247

Patterson, ‘Bert’, 260

Paullett, Isabella, 222

Pawnall, Robert [Egmont claimant], 223

Paymaster-General, 221

Peace Preservation Force, 54, 216,

Pearson, Peter: Views of Churchtown, Imogane and Moanroe, 559

Peck, Gregory, 110

Peel, Sir Robert, 121, 154, 216

Peelers, 216

Peels Brimstone, 152, 156

Peggy’s Leg (candy], 407

Peggy’s Rock [Flannery’s Quarry, which also see], 17, 136, 137, 216,

Penal Laws, 152, 163, 191, 263

Penny Farthing bicycle, 46

People, The, 206, 267

Perceval Chalice and Sacred Vessels (1713)[description], 449

Perceval Edward, 14, 42, 44, 115, 170

Perceval Estate, 152

Perceval family 216/224, 532

Perceval Frederick George Moore, 11th Earl of Egmont, 223,

Perceval John [youngest son of Richard the Crusader], 217

Perceval Papers, 35

Perceval River, 551

Perceval Robert, 3rd, Baron, 217

Perceval Sir Edward [1682-1691], 418

Perceval, Augustus Arthur, 8th Earl of Egmont, 223,

Perceval, Charles George, 7th Earl of Egmont, 20, 37, 198, 222, 223

Perceval, Charles John, 9th Earl of Egmont, 223

Perceval, George James, 6th Earl of Egmont, 19, 222, 255, 429

Perceval, George, 450

Perceval, Henry, 423

Perceval, Henry, Frederick John James, 5th Earl of Egmont, 18, 222, 254, 255, 449,

Perceval, James William [Egmont claimant], 223

Perceval, John James, 3rd Earl of Egmont, 17, 221, 222, 418

Perceval, Lady, 15, 58

Perceval, Philippa see Perceval, Sir Philip [d. 1680],

Perceval, Rev. Charles, 72, 97, 276, 278

Perceval, Richard {Strongbow’s ally}, 217

Perceval, Robert {fl.1066 AD], 217

Perceval, Robert, 1st Baron, 14, 216

Perceval, Sir John [d 1680], 417/418, 453

Perceval, Sir John [d. 1665], 127, 170, 219, 265, 350, 357

Perceval, Sir John [d. 1686], 219, 266

Perceval, Sir John [d. 1686], 418, … These need more sorting out

Perceval, Sir John, 1st Earl of Egmont, 16, 17, 40, 58, 59, 97, 99, 219, 454

Perceval, Sir John, 2nd Earl of Egmont, 220,

Perceval, Sir John, 4th Earl of Egmont, 18, 219, 222, 418, 422

Perceval, Sir Philip [d. 1680], 219, 418

Perceval, Sir Philip [d.1647], 14, 15, 35, 41, 42, 44, 57, 115, 170, 218, 266, 416, 452, 453

Perceval, Spencer, 221, 223.

Perceval, Thomas [son of 3rd Baron and last Baron Perceval], 217

Perceval, Viscount, 16

Percevals, 120,

Perch [measurement], 223

Percival, Francis, 68

Percival, Richard [confidential agent of Lord Burghley], 416

Perrot, Sir John

Peters Paddock, 183, 191, 224,

Petty Sessions, 1659, 265

Petty, Dr. William, 124

Philip, Duke of Orleans, 185

Phoneix Park, 92, 132

Physical Heritage 347/382

Physician Extraordinary to the Prince of Wales, 255

Physician in Ordinary to the Prince of Wales, 255

Pierce No. 4 & No. 10, 196

Pig lorry, 172

Pigeon Field, Ballyadam, 84, 104, 224,

Pigot, Edmond, 277

Pigott, Margaret, 336

Pigotts [Ballyhea], 142

Pigotts musical emporium[Cork], 198,446

Pilot, 206

Pinder, 224, 230.

Pipe Roll of Cloyne, 16, 68, 82, 224, 230, 448,

Piseoige [oral tradition], 506/507

Pitch and Toss, 183, 225,

Pitt, William {the ‘Elder’], 221

Placenames Branch, 28

Plaice, Katie, 207

Plan of Campaign, 19, 226,

Plantation of Ulster, 117.

Plaques [bronze], 242, 518, 541; other 556

Pledge, The, 194

Ploughing Championship, 226,

Ploughland, 226.

Plunkett, Horace, 31

Plunkett, Horace, 451

Point-to-Point Race Card cover, 550

Point-to-Point, 206,

Poison Gas, 134

Pole [measurement], 223,

Poll na Leanbh, Coolmore, 229

Poll na mBó, Moanroe, 229

Polo Grounds, New York, 42

Polo, Marco

Pond Field, Mountcorbitt, 229

Poor Enquiry [1836], 420

Poor Law Commissioner [comment by Cork Commissioner], 435

Poor Law Commissioners, 18, 122

Poor Law Evaluation, 174, 229,

Poor Law Relief, 122, 213

Poor Law Union, 48, 229

Poor Law Unions, 122

Poor Law, 232, 435

Poor Rate, 232

Pope Adrian IV, 174

Pope Pius XI, 132

Pope Pius XII, 62,

Population [post-Famine], 432

Post and Telegraphs [Irish], 165

Post Office Overseas Telegraphs, 165

Post Office Worker’s Union {UPW], 165

Potato Blight, re-occurrence, 439

Poteen, 229,

Poulafreestone Hill, 229; poem on, 230, 391

Poulcormac, 38

Pound [Village], 69, 230, 250, 422

Pound Corner, 46, 95, 104, 182, 230, 242, 569

Power, Capt. David, 453

Power, John, 322

Power, Rev. John, 282

Power, Seán TD, 193

Prendergast, Revd. Thomas, 97

Presbyterians, 256,

President Mary McAleese, 24, 95, 108, 459, 470, 471,472, 473, 474, 476, 477, 559, 574, 575,

Presidential Visit, 2000, 114, 115, 182, 198, 231, 237 : see also The Millennium Visit of the President, 471/477.

Presidential Visit: Invitation Card, 574

Price, Dr. Dorothy, 261

Price-increases post-Famine, 439

Priddis, Calgary, 223

Priest’s Cross, 394, 395

Primary Certificate Examination, 23

Prime Minister, 221

Prince of Wales [later George II], 221

Prince of Wales [later George IV], 255

Princip, Gabriel, 133

Privy Seal, 133

Proselytisers, 247.

Protestant Priest, 57

Proverbs [oral tradition], 500/501

Provisional Government, 111

Public Record Office [Dublin], 67, 224, 416, 448

Public Relations Institute of Ireland, 201

Pullia, High Rath, 231, 247,

Pump [Village], 104, 231, 524,

Pumps, 231, 463

Punch and Judy, 231

Purcell children of John and Ann: John Mathew Charles, Raymond John Mayo, Charles Francis, Mary, Anita, Margaret Mary, Elizabeth, Louisa (‘Lulu’), Matilda Josephine, Angela, 61

Purcell children of Rev. Matthew and Elizabeth: John, Matilda, Eliza, Henrietta, Margaret, Emily, Louisa, Octavia, Georgina, 60

Purcell Family Arms, 64

Purcell family, 357

Purcell family; tomb, 191.

Purcell, Dr. Richard, 60

Purcell, Eliza, 266

Purcell, Elizabeth Mary, 60

Purcell, Elizabeth, 92

Purcell, Fr. Patrick, C.C 76.

Purcell, John [‘Knight of the Knife’], 59, 60, 263,

Purcell, John [son of Rev. Matthew Purcell], 61, 300, 319, 341, 342, 432

Purcell, Josephine, Ryan -, 565

Purcell, Lieutenant Charles Francis, 62, 135

Purcell, Louisa Caroline [‘Lulu’], 63, 94, 138, 555

Purcell, Major Raymond John, 21, 62, 63, 227, 267, 268, 288

Purcell, Margaret Mary; marriage to Sir Maurice O’Connell [Grandson of Daniel], 61; buried at Maryfield, 451

Purcell, Matthew John [grandson of Rev. Matthew Purcell], 19, 20, 60, 61, 62, 174, 191, 226, 288, 316, 317, 318, 319, 358

Purcell, Mrs. Anne, 62

Purcell, Rev. Matthew, 17, 60, 91, 97, 257, 290, 307, 423, 424,

Purcell, Richard Harris

Purcell, Walter, Ryan-, 62, 565, 569

Purcell, William

Purchase of Land (Ireland0 Act, 1891, 114

Purdon, Barth. W., 331

Purdon, Edmund [or Edward] 128, 156, 299

Purdon’s Gate, 493

Purdon’s Wood, 232

Purification, 67

Pye [radio], 234

Quadragesima, 179

Quakers [Society of Friends], 153

Quarry Field, Annagh, 508

Quarry Meadow, Clashelane, 232.

Quarter Days, 232.

Quarter-Acre Clause [‘Gregory Clause’], 232.

Quebec, 157,

Queen Caroline, 16

Queen Elizabeth I, 217, 256, 416, 452, 564

Queen Elizabeth II, 93, 110,

Queen Mary II, 58

Queen Victoria, 150, 157

Queen’s County [Laois], 440

Queenstown [now Cobh] 157, 256, 454

Quern, 233

Quicksand, 243

Quikpick store, George’s St, 521

Quikpick, 96, 211

Quin family, 159

Quin, Brian, 148, 149, 545

Quin, Jim, 83,

Quin, Joanne [née Conroy], 198, 458, 459: Ck with Gerry if correct Joan Quin)

Quin, John, 89, 545

Quin, Mary, 47,

Quin, Noel, 148, 149, 545, 546

Quin, Widow, 276

Quinlan, Brian, 576,

Quinlan, David, 128

Quinlan, Derek

Quinlan, Edmond, 341

Quinlan, Jerry, 541

Quinlan, John, 277.

Quinlan, Maurice, 276.

Quinlan, Michael, 257.

Quinlan, Michael, 304

Quinlan, Patrick, 276..

Quinn, Brian, 545, 546

Quinn, Daniel, 341

Quinn, Gerry, 547

Quinn, James [Gurteenroe], 300

Quinn, Jim, 547, 558

Quinn, Joanne, 546

Quinn, John [Jnr], 148, 149,546

Quinn, Patsy, 560

Quirke, E.M [Martin]., 92, 464

Quishin, David, 278.

Quishin, Robert, 278.

Rabbit hunting and trapping, 233

Rack-rents, 233

Radharc na Sléibhte Housing Development, 86, 233, 522, 571

Radio Éireann, 234. 412

Radio Luxembourg, 234

Radio, 151, 233,

Rahilly, M. [Creamery Manager], 83

Railway Cup,

Railway Gates, 30, 205, 205, 234,

Ram’s Close, Burton Park, 235, 242.

Rath Cottage, 105, 121, 165, 480

Rath, 14, 15, 16, 49, 72, 90, 109, 121, 166, 184, 192, 203, 235, 237, 250, 256, 259, 264, 305, 343, 360, 374, 375, 393, 394, 417, 461

Rath: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 305

Rath: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 343.

Rath: Household Census 1901, 1911 306.

Rath: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 306

Rathcoole Wood Ambush, 268

Rathgoggan {Charleville], 449

Rathkeale, 254, 255

Rationing, 236

Ray, John, 293

Raymond, Sergeant Thomas, 266, 417, 452

Rea, John, 36, 90

Ready, Cornelius, 339

Ready, Maurice, 342

Rebellion [1641], 27, 33, 41, 68, 111, 120, 121,

Rebuilding of Churchtown Village, The, (by Jim McCarthy), 463

Recollections and a truly unforgettable experience (by Willie Joe Condon), 684

Red Bog, 38

Red Gillette, 238

Redemptorist Fathers, 193

Redmond, John [Nationalist politician], 21, 267

Reed, Josephine, 62, 237

Reed, Mark, 236

Reed, Oliver, 82, 110, 236, 467, 539; grave,

Reed, Sarah, 236.

Reed, Simon, 236.

Reform Bills (1831-32), 222

Reform Club, London, 213

Reformation, 97

Regan, [Thresher proprietor], 252

Regan, Honora, 317, 334

Regan, James, 277.

Regan, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Regan, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Clashelane), 326

Regan, Mary, 333

Regan, Maurice, 307, 336

Regan, Michael, 304, 305

Regan, Private Michael, 135

Regan, Thomas, 334

Registrar of the Irish Court of Wards, 217

Reidy, Margaret, 304

Reilly, John, 277.

Reilly, Michael, 313.

Reilly, William, 333

Relahan, Timothy, 316

Relieving Officer, 122, 237

Religious Magazines, 237

Relihan ‘Pad’, [Churchtown Village] 84, 140, 177, 203, 543, 562

Relihan family [Ballindillanig], 40

Relihan family [Egmont View], 129,

Relihan family [Egmont], 203, 245

Relihan, ‘Pad’ [Ballindillanig], 129, 561, 564, 569

Relihan, Alice, 88, 264

Relihan, Bill, 140, 543

Relihan, Dan and Elizabeth, 197

Relihan, Dan, 88, 140, 203, 260, 411, 412, 543

Relihan, Daniel [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Leap), 336

Relihan, Danny, 145, 146, 544, 545

Relihan, Elizabeth ‘Bess’, 88, 203

Relihan, Hannah, 203

Relihan, John, 36, 63, 282, 283, 512

Relihan, Margaret, 83

Relihan, Mary Kate, 88, 586

Relihan, Michael, 83, 144, 149, 543, 555

Relihan, Noel, 109, 566,

Relihan, Pad’s House [village (now owned by Eileen Murphy)], 521

Relihan, Pat [‘Pad’] and Mary Kate, 73

Relihan, Patrick, 83

Relihan, Willie, 149, 237, 245, 545, 560, 573

Repeal of the Corn Laws, 154

Rest the Poor Bones. 262.

Restoration, The, 270.

RIC [Royal Irish Constabulary] Barracks, 71, 237, 535,

Riddles [oral tradition], 501/502

Riders of the Rockies [film], 109

Rierdon, Daniel, 276.

Rierdon, Michael, 276.

Rierdon, Timothy, 276.

Rineanna, 28

Ring, Billy, 576

Ring, Bob, 72.

Ring, Christy, 234, 249

Ringfort, 349, 352, 353, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 360, 362, 363, 364, 366, 367, 368, 370, 371, 373, 374, 375, 382

Riordan, Edmond, 83

Roach, David, 278

Roach, Edward, 276

Roach, Paul, 171

Roach, Richard, 171

Roach, Widow, 277

Road Not Taken, The, 236

Road to Singapore, 110

Roadside, 89

Roberts, William, 56

Robinson, ‘Sugar’ Ray, 22, 250

Roche family [Creggannacourty], 118

Roche, Alexis, 31

Roche, David, 56

Roche, Edward, 322

Roche, Ellen, 289.

Roche, Garret, 322

Roche, J [Ballinagrath] 227

Roche, Jack [Granard ???, 144

Roche, Jackie, 109, 118

Roche, James [Anti-Conscription Signatory, 1918] 37,

Roche, James [Ballingrath], 573

Roche, James [Petition Signatory, 1860] 77, 326,

Roche, James, Rector, 14, 97

Roche, Jimmy, 118, 252, 542,

Roche, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Cullig), 329

Roche, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Leap), 336, 337

Roche, John [Teacher, 1820s]. 99

Roche, Louise, 80

Roche, Margaret, 53, 293

Roche, Marie, 555

Roche, Patrick, 77, 320

Roche, R. 140

Roche, Rev. James [C.C., later P.P], 38, 78, 80, 140

Roche, William [1833 Tithe Applotment (Carrigeen), 77, 289

Roche, William [Anti-Conscription Signatory, 1918] 36

Roche, William, Bishop of Cloyne [c 1481], 225

Roche’s Rock [Gardiner’s Covert], 125, 150,

Roche’s turnips, 239

Roches country, 417 see Castletownroche

Roches farm, 588

Rochester, Mr, 110

Rochestown, 451

Rock Field [Walshestown], 508

Rockchapel, 138

Rod [measurement], 223

Rodney, Vice-Admiral, 213

Rodney’s Glory, 213

Rogers, Johanna, 323, 330

Rogers, Roy, 110

Rogers, William, 339

Rogers: previously MacRory?, 455

Rolisson Benjamen, 17, 33, 137, 161, 171

Rolisson Headstone, Kilgrogan, 552

Rolisson, Abagil, 17, 171

Roll of Honour, 237, 540,

Rome, 59

Ronan, John, 64

Ronan, Rosemary, 64,

Roper, Thomas, 265

Rossanarney, 125

Rotterdam, 454

Routh, Sir Randolph, 155

Rowan, Hamilton, 262

Rowsome, Leo, 234

Royal College of Surgeons, 212

Royal Commission on Horse Breeding, 105

Royal Dublin Fusiliers [2nd Battalion], 134

Royal Dublin Society, 60, 250

Royal Irish Academy, 178

Royal Irish Constabulary, 45, 216

Royal Munster Fusiliers (1st Battalion], 135

Royal Munster Fusiliers [2nd Battalion], 134

Royal Munster Fusiliers [Battle Honours 134

Royal Munster Fusiliers, [8th Battalion], 135

Royal Pardon, 266

RTÉ, 23, 201

Ruairí, Máire Ní, 47

Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, 166

Rules of Politeness, 164

Rural Ireland, 197

Rushbrooke, 64

Russell, David, 36, 291, 292

Russell, Edmond, 334

Russell, George W, 32

Russell, James, [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Clashelane), 326

Russell, James, [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountbridget), 340

Russell, Jane, 110

Russell, Lord John, 154, 155

Russell, Mary, 318

Russell, Paddy, 21, 63, 73, 94, 260, 267

Russell, Paddy’s House, 109

Russell, Thomas [‘The Man from God Knows Where’], 262

Russia, 87

Ryan family [Ballynaboul], 509

Ryan family [Knocknamahee], 239

Ryan family [village], 237

Ryan, Bridget [later Billington], 239

Ryan, Donie, 239

Ryan, John [Buttevant], 128

Ryan, John, Raymond Richard [later Ryan-Purcell], 61, 64,

Ryan, Margaret [first wife of William ‘Boss’ Murphy],198, 444

Ryan, Matt. and Amelia, 73

Ryan, Mrs Kathleen, 450

Ryan, P. & J, 34, 52, 167, 181, 192, 252, 582, 586

Ryan, Patrick, 169, 176, 484

Ryan, Sidney, 209

Ryan, William J., 100, 239, 286

Ryan-Barry, Nancy, 240

Ryan-Purcell children of John and Rosemary: Oliver, Elizabeth Jean, Anita, Charles, Walter, Hilda (p. 64)

Ryan-Purcell family, 358

Ryan-Purcell Papers, 59, 61

Ryan-Purcell Walter, 62, 237,

Ryan-Purcell, Hilda, 85

Ryan-Purcell, Jack, 237.

Ryan-Purcell, John, 61, 64, 83, 125, 197

Ryan-Purcell, Rosemary, 64, 90, 226,

Ryan-Purcell, Tom. 237.

Ryans [Ballyhea], 142

Rylahan, Cornelius, 55, 56

Rylahan, John, 55

S hook, 245.

Sacred Heart lamp, 180

Sacristans, 80.

Sadleir’s, Buttevant, 233

Safety razor, 120, 238,

Sally [tree], 238.

Sallypark, Liscarroll, 182, 258.

Salt, William, 276.

Saltpetre, 238.

Samhain, 233.

Sampson family [Ballynamuck], 44, 510

Sampson home [The Parsonage], 150, 532,

Sampson, Elizabeth, 562

Sampson, Jack [John] 162, 169, 485, 490, 492, 495, 498, 508, 509,

Sampson, Jim 144, 216, 563

Sampson, John, 540, 574

Sampson, John, Fiona

Sampson, Mairéad, 563

Sampson, Mrs. Jack, 512

Sampson, Thomas [1901/1911 Census (Ballynamuck), 37, 286/ 287, 442, 562

Sampson, Thomas [Scéim na Scoile pupil], 168, 169, 482, 485, 490, 492, 495, 498, 508, 509, 510, 512,

Samuels, Thomas, 331

San Francisco, 110

San, The [Heatherside Sanatorium], 408

Sanders [Saunders?] Robert, 62, 337

Sandstone, 238/239,

Saunders, Richard, 276.

Saunders, Robert, 62?, 337,

Savage, Fr C.C. [1878-84], 77

Savage, Fr. James J. C.C., 78, 88, 125, 179, 180, 538,

Scanlon’s Hole, 239

Scannell, Jeremiah, 327

Scannell, Michael, 342

Scart Bridge, 39, 239, 350, 391, 394, 395, 530,

Scarteen [Knocklong], 61

Scarteen, 64

Scéim na Scoile, 21, 100, 16, 479/514

Schoolhouse, 239,

Schull, C.I Rectorship, 449

Science Museum, London, 261

Scollops, 241,

Scott family, 159

Scott, Christopher, 147, 545

Scott, Eileen, 80

Scott, Léon, 151

Scoubeen, 138, 241/242, 491/492

Screen, The, 242.

Scully, Mary, 192, 291

Sculpture Trail, 242

Scythe, 196, 242, 245

Seán Óg Murphy Cup, 564

Seán Óg’s Bridge, 242, 530

Seán Óg’s Leap: see Seán Óg’s Bridge, 242

Second Report of the Commissioners of Public Instruction (1835) The, 99,

Second World War [see also World War II], 84, 124, 204, 236, 257,

Serbia, 20

Sergeant, Maurice, 250.

Servant boys and Servant girls, 242/243.

Setanta, 241

Settle bed, 243.

Sexton, Brian, 233

Sexton, Nicholas, 334.

Seymour, N.G., 56

Shaky Bog, The, 243.

Shale, 243/244

Shanaghan, Francis see Shanahan, Frank

Shanahan [sometimes ‘Shanaghan’] Frank, 36, 291, 306

Shanahan, Dave, 104

Shanahan, Michael, 277

Shanballymore, 89, 145

Shandrum, 449, see also Newtownshandrum.

Shannon Airport, 28

Shannon Scheme, 39

Shaughnessy, Timothy, 292.

Shaw, George Bernard, 469

Shaw, William, 46

Shawl, The, 244.

Sheahan, Cyril, 125

Sheahan, Fr. David, C.C., 76 [see also erroneous entry under ‘Sheehan’ in Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown Village) 1851, 325

Sheahan, John, 567

Sheahan, Michael, 146, 545

Sheahan, Tom MCC, 472, 473

Sheehan brothers, Denny and Bill, 244

Sheehan, Andrew, 276

Sheehan, Anne, 555

Sheehan, Conner, 277.

Sheehan, Dan, 171

Sheehan, Denis NT, 99.

Sheehan, Denis, 284

Sheehan, Denis, 36, 244, 284, 285

Sheehan, Dennis [1766 Churchtown Census], 278

Sheehan, Dr., 156.

Sheehan, James, 277

Sheehan, John [1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown), 307

Sheehan, John [1902 Census (Ballynaboul), 285

Sheehan, John [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Sheehan, John [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Sheehan, John [No 3; 1766 Churchtown Census], 27.

Sheehan, Mai, 34

Sheehan, Margaret, 286.

Sheehan, Matthew, 277.

Sheehan, Maurice, 77

Sheehan, Michael, 277

Sheehan, Patrick, 56

Sheehan, Rev. David, 325 [This is a error by the numerator, the name should be ‘Sheahan’ as on page 76].

Sheehan, Thomas, 276

Sheehan, Timothy, 337

Sheehan, Widow, 285

Sheehan, William [Gurteenroe], 300

Sheehan, William [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Sheehan, William [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Sheehan’s Forge, 40, 109, 203, 205, 239, 244, 246, 250, 391,392, 393, 395, 413

Sheehan’s, Ballychristy, 234

Sheehy, John, 28, 177

Sheppard, J. ‘Sherry’, 124, 227,

Sherlock family [Egmont House], 128, 204, 532

Sherlock, Bill, 124, 125

Sherlock, Billy

Sherlock, Christy, 144,145

Sherlock, Christy, 145

Sherlock, Eddie, 112

Sherlock, Jason, 112

Sherlock, John, 144

Sherlock’s Boreen {also Gardiner’s Boreen] 48, 150, 245,

Sherlock’s hurling field, 144, 249,

Sherry Fitzgerald Plc, 201, 466

Shinanagh [Dennehy’s] Bridge, 43, 531,

Shinigg, Widow, 277.

Sick calls, 245,

Sickle, 233, 245,

Sidecar, 245,

Siege of Ennis, The, 52, 412, 413

Signs and signposts 516,525, 527, 531, 576, 521,

Simcox ‘Tan’, 145, 146, 271, 544

Simcox, Garrett, 271

Simcox, John, 291.

Simcox, Kate, 291.

Simcox, Nat [Jnr.], 149, 545

Simcox, Nat, 73, 75, 77, 88, 140, 147, 162, 193, 197, 227, 543, 555

Simcox, Nathaniel, 36, 156, 204, 290, 291, 325, 329

Simcox, Thomas, 310

Simcox’s Corner, 65, 137, 150

Simcox’s field, 147,

Simcox’s house in 2000, 534,

Simcox’s shop, 180, 193

Simmons, Charles [Beneficiary under terms of 5th Earl Egmont’s Will], 428

Simms Clinic, Dublin, 458

Sing a Song of Sixpence: origin of the Nursery Rhyme, 462

Singers, 244,

Sinn Féin [1918/1919], 36, 267

Sinn Féin, 195

Sinn Féin, 206

Sisters of Mercy, Buttevant, 50

Siubhal, the, 245

Skittles, 183, 246.

Sleator, Noel, 208

Sliding coffin, 246,

Slieve Mish, 74

Smith, Captain E.J. [Captain of ‘Titanic’], 580

Smith, Dr. Charles, 128, 194, 213, 357, 585

Smith, James, 322

Smith, Paul [Agent to 6th Earl Egmont], 429, 440

Smith, Thomas, 57, 58

Smyth, Thomas, 278.

Soccer Survey, 234

Society of Friends [‘Quakers’], 153, 157,

Society of United Irishwomen, 167

Soho, ‘Meenie’, 246

Soho, Connie, 246, 259

Soho, Mickey, 246

Soldiers Song, The, 199

Solicitor-General, 221

Somerset, 15, 64, 221

Somme [campaign], 35, 134

Somme [Memorial], 61

Song for Churchtown, [words], 206

Song of Bernadette, The [film], 109.

Soup Kitchens Act, 155, 213,

Souperism, 247.

Soupers, 247

Souterrain, 359, 360, 369, 382

South Africa, 223

South Carolina, 223

South Limerick Schools Championship 1983: winners; St. Mary’s, Churchtown NS, 546.

South Limerick Schools Final, 1983, 146

Southall [Southwell?] Robert, 57

Southern Reporter, 55, 425

Southwell family [Kinsale], 451, 453

Southwell, Catherine, 219, 453,

Southwell, Robert, 15, 57?, 170, 417, 453

Spailpiní fánacha [migrant workers], 455

Spancil Hill Fair, 130

Spanish Armada, 217, 416

Spartans, 163

Spenser, Edmond, 38

Spiers, J.G., 56

Spratt, John, 245

Spratt, Paddy, 245

St Anne’s Well, 216, 231, 247,

St Augustine’s College, Dungarvan, 201

St Brigid’s Well and the Moanroe (by Jim McCarthy), 584/585

St. Anthony’s Brief, 237.

St. Brigid, 194 [see also Biddy’s Tree], 247,

St. Brigid’s Cemetery, 207

St. Brigid’s Cross, 247/248

St. Brigid’s Well [see also Biddy’s Tree 46/47], 413, 451, 503, 523

St. Colman’s College, Fermoy, 135, 188

St. Gabriel’s, Holloway Road, London, 163

St. Helena [island], 18, 212

St. James Church of Ireland, Mallow, 75, 97, 236, 248

St. James Church of Ireland, Mallow: Sacred Vessels of Maryfield Church still in use by, 97

St. John’s Cambridge, 91

St. John’s Church of Ireland, Buttevant, 19, 20, 98, 109, 191, 248, 448

St. John’s Eve [oral tradition], 503

St. Joseph’s [Liscarroll], 182

St. Joseph’s, Rosewell [England], 51.

St. Ledger, 417, see St. Leger

St. Leger, Viscount, 272, 417.

St. Louis 1906 Intercalary Olympics, 52,

St. Mary’s Church, Buttevant, 76

St. Mary’s National School, Churchtown, 21, 22, 24, 41, 101, 181, 193, 201, 248, 272, 385, 573

St. Nicholas’ Church, Churchtown, 17, 18, 35, 75, 76, 77, 80, 89, 94, 132, 182, 191, 207, 463, 524, 537, Holy Water font; 537, 538,

St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, 451

St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth, 135

St. Patrick’s Day, 248/249.

St. Patrick’s GAA Club, Limerick, 145

St. Patrick’s, London Transport Catholic Guild, 163

St. Peter and Paul’s Church, Cork, 95, 230

St. Ultan’s Hospital for Children, 261

Stack family [Ballygrace] 42,

Stack family [Egmont], 151

Stack family [Granard], 249

Stack of Barley, 413

Stack, Christy, 48, 89,143, 144, 147, 249, 543

Stack, Dan, 144

Stack, Denny, 40, 144,

Stack, Hannah, 249

Stack, James, 37, 292

Stack, John, 144

Stack, Lance-Corporal Michael, 135

Stack, Mary, 22, 249.

Stack, Matt, 249.

Stack, Tessie, 249

Stack, Tim, 144

Stack, W., 37.

Stack, William [Bill], 36, 84, 249, 299, 304

Stack’s Bridge, 38, 44, 106, 182, 249, 393, 530,

Stack’s Hill, 150, 249/250.

Stacker see Stack, Christy

Stafford, Elizbth. 317

Stage [platform dancing], 250,

Stair De Chumann Luthchleas Gael Lios Uí Cearrbhaill, 179

Standing stone, 372, 377, 382

Stanton, John, 292

Stapletons, 15

Stations [Religious], 79, 124, 250,

Statistical Surveys, 250.

Stepdancers [parish], 504

Stewart, Peter, 108, 456,

Sting, 188

Stokes Mary, 259,

Stokes, Joseph, 259, 555

Stokes, Tim, 259

Stone Field, Mountcorbitt, 250.

Story, Rev., 248.

Strays [animals], 250

Streamhill, Doneraile, 98, 203

Streptomycin, 261

Stripps, Edmund, 68

Sub-division [pre-Famine], 421

Súgán, 251

Sullivan [O] Daniel [Denny ‘Booney’ O’Sullivans father], 291

Sullivan [O] Patrick [1901, 1911, Census (Clashelane)], 293,

Sullivan ‘Pakie’, 112, 250

Sullivan family [Ballynaboul], 509

Sullivan family [Clashelane], 509

Sullivan family [Corner House], 151

Sullivan, Bridget, 320.

Sullivan, Callaghan, 77

Sullivan, Daniel [1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277

Sullivan, Daniel [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountbridget), 339

Sullivan, Daniel [Gurteenroe] 300, 332

Sullivan, Daniel, [Syracuse], 157.

Sullivan, Darby, 278.

Sullivan, David, 168.

Sullivan, Denis [1833 Tithe Applotment (Coolmore), 295

Sullivan, Denis [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown Village) 1851, 324

Sullivan, Dennis [1766 Churchtown Census] 276

Sullivan, Denny [Tin whistler], 259

Sullivan, Elenor, 277.

Sullivan, Honora, 157

Sullivan, Jack, 36, 40

Sullivan, James [Clashganniv] 294,

Sullivan, James [Coolmore], 327,

Sullivan, James see O’Sullivan, James 1901/1911 Census (Rath), 306

Sullivan, Jer. [Clashelane], 169, 490

Sullivan, Jimmy, 28

Sullivan, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Sullivan, John [Ballynamuck], 318.

Sullivan, John [Creggannacourty], 328

Sullivan, Kieran, 148, 149, 545, 546

Sullivan, Malachy, 276.

Sullivan, Michael [Coolmore], 295

Sullivan, Michael [Dunbarry], 168, 169.

Sullivan, Mrs [Windmill)], 52

Sullivan, Nora, 295

Sullivan, Patrick [1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Sullivan, Patrick [1911 Census (Annagh North)], 281

Sullivan, Patrick [1911 Census (Egmont)], 299

Sullivan, Patrick [Ballinguile], 301

Sullivan, Sergeant [Barrister in Egmont v Darrell case], 430… not sure if Caroline has correct spelling, check in D.N.B.

Sullivan, Tim (‘Flanagan’), 34, 143, 144,

Sullivan, Timothy [1766 Churchtown Census], 278

Sullivan, Timothy [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Coolmore), 327

Sullivan, Widow, 277.

Sullivan, William [1766 Churchtown Census], 278

Sullivan, William, 36

Sullivan’s Quarry [Windmill], 116

Sun Dial, Ballynamuck, 251

Sun Dial, Coolmore, 251

Sunday Independent, The, 109, 206

Sunday Press, The, 206

Sunday Tribune, 136, 456

Superstitions [oral tradition], 504/506

Supple, David, 276.

Supple, James, 276.

Sweeney, Miles, 277.

Sweeney, Philip, 147, 545

Sweeps [journeymen named], 511

Sweet Cork of Thee, 60

Swift, Jonathan, 451

Swynie, Joanny, 33

Synagogue, The, 251.

Synge, Dr. George {fl. 1641], 224

Tail ploughing, 251.

Táin, The, 241

Take Me [matchstick], 239

Tallow [fat], 251,

Tallow Horse Fair, 131

Tandy, James Napper, 262

Tanzania, 240.

Tarzan, 110

Tasnane, Connot [Connor?}, 277

Tassili Caves, 123.

Taur-Meelin inlier, 74

Taylor graves, 190

Taylor, Berkley [son of William and Deborah], 127

Taylor, Colonel William – son of William & Deborah], 65, 82, 109, 127, 191, 204, 461, 462

Taylor, Deborah, 81/82

Taylor, Mary [after whom Maryfield Churchyard is named], 109, 461, 462

Taylor, Sergeant Richard, RIC, 72, 237, 292

Taylor, William, 127, 453

Teed, J.G, 423, 425

Teenage years in the Churchtown of the 1930s and ‘40s (by Mick Howard), 582/583

Telecom Éireann, 469

Television first set in parish and in village, 251,

Templeconnell, 194, 416

Templemary, 82, 91, 207, 258, 586

Templenakilla, 214

Templeroan, 449

Templerobin and Great Island, Parish of, 454

Temporary Relief Act, 1847, 153

Temporary Relief Commission, 153

Temporary Relief of Destitute Persons (Ireland) Act, 1847 [‘Soup Kitchens’ Act’], 155

Terrier Racing, 251,

Thatching, 251,

The Broken Hearted Farmer, Dan O’Hara, 158

The Cillín [by Noel Linehan], 447

The Dark Secret of BéalnaBláth, 262

Thiepval Memorial, 61

Thieves of Staball, 129

Thomas, Dave and Mary, 520

Thomond, Settlement of, 449

Thompson, ‘Bosco’, 85, 565, 574

Thompson, John [1911 Census (Mountbridget)], 304

Thompson, John, Ballinguile, 541,

Thompson, Matthew [Chairman Churchtown GAA 1920s], 36,140

Thompson, Michael, 37, 140, 304 198 (Bill Murphy’s George’s St, the same man?

Thompson, William [1833 Tithe Applotment (Gurteenroe), 77, 300

Thompson, William [1901 Census (Mountbridget)], 304

Thomson, Matthew, [Griffiths Valuation 1851 (Mountbridget), 300, 340

Thomson, Molly, 300

Thornhill, Batt, 98, 140

Thornhill, Edmd, 316

Thornhill, John, 342

Three centuries of Churchtown History (by CarolineHennessy), 416/443

Three centuries of Churchtown history, 416/443

Three Fs: see Ulster Custom, 440/441

Three-Card Trick, 252,

Threshing, 252,

Tibbings, Thomas, 453

Tick [bedding item], 253,

Tick [credit system], 253,

Tidy Towns Competition, 24, 108, 253, 476

Tiernan, Widow, 297

Tierney, Bridget, 337

Tierney, Catherine, 292.

Tierney, Edward [later Sir Edward], 17, 18, 19, 47, 91, 98, 99, 153, 156, 169, 181, 189, 215, 222, 230, 232, 254/255, 262, 290, 310, 311, 312, 315, 316,319, 321, 322, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 332, 333, 334, 335,337, 338, 341, 342, 343, 344, 422, 423, 425, 426, 427, 428, 429, 430 [death of], 431, 432, 435, 437, 438, 442, 463, 466, 468

Tierney, Eileen, 169, 486

Tierney, Gene, 110

Tierney, Harriet [sister of Tierney brothers Edward and Matthew; later Mrs Lionel Darrell], 430

Tierney, James, 307

Tierney, Jeremiah, 339

Tierney, John [1901 Churchtown Village Census], 291

Tierney, John [Father of Sir Edward], 254

Tierney, Joseph, 177

Tierney, Lizzie, 291, 292

Tierney, Lizzie’s house, 122

Tierney, Matthew, 254, 255/256, 422

Tierney, Miss K, 72, 100

Tierney, Mrs Thomas, 169, 485, 505

Tierney, Revd. Matthew 19, 126,

Tierney, Thomas, NT, 49, 72, 73, 99, 100, 101, 168, 169, 192, 216, 227, 239, 286, 489, 573, 572, 578, 582, 587

Tierney, Tony, 168, 485, 486, 489, 510, 513

Timbuctoo, [Timbuktu], 29

Tinny House, 256

Tipperary Town, 394

Tipperary, [County], 60,156, 157, 248, 250, 268, 464

Titanic Tragedy and the loss of our Aunt Bridget (by Densy Egan) 580/581

Titanic, 20, 256,

Tithe Applotment and Census by Townland (by Denis J. Hickey), 275/308

Tithe Applotment Books, 257

Tithe Applotment, 41, 256, 257,

Tithe Applotment: section of both front page of Bruhenny Applotment Book and cut of an inside page, 548

Tithe Composition Act, 256

Tithe Composition Books, 215

Tithe Rentcharge (Ireland Act), 1838, 269

Tithe War, 272

Tithe, 256.

Tobacco-growing in parish, 257,

Tobar na Grille [Well, property of Cowhey’s, Churchtown House], 508

Tobarlisheen Bridge, 257/258,

Tobin, Walter, 277

Tone, Theobald Wolfe, 262.

Toomy, Widow, 278.

Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (Lewis), 69 257, 418

Topographical matters [oral tradition], 508/509

Toponym, 258

Toronto, 71, 120

Townland, 258,

Townlands of Churchtown, Map of, 12

Townsend, Rev. Horatio, 250, 418

Tracy, Spencer, 110

Trafalgar, Battle of, 222.

Tralee, 453, 459

Tranane, Margaret, 277

Transplantation [‘To Hell or to Connacht’], 259

Transport and General Workers Union [UK], 50

Trap [conveyance], 259

Travelling Folk, 259, 510/511

Travelling Folk: names of, 511

Travelling Shows, 260

Treacy family [Kerry Lane], 246

Treacy, Lily, 88

Treacy, Maggie, 96, her house; 535,

Treacy, Maggie, Mark, Tom, 73

Treacy, Mark, 84, 227

Treacy, Maureen, 88

Treacy, Mrs [Kerry Lane], 582

Treacy, Mrs, Margaret [Mother of Maggie] Postmistress, 72, 291, 292

Treacy, Mrs. [Kerry Lane], 73, 150, 234, 244, 260

Treacy, Tom, 84, 140, 543

Treaty [Anglo-Irish], 111

Treaty of Limerick. 27

Trench, Captain Henry [Land Agent to 7th Earl Egmont], 440, 441, 442, 443

Trench, Captain Thomas Sandes [Land Agent to Lucy, Countess Egmont] 189,

Trevelyan, Frederick Joseph, 223

Trevelyan, Sir Charles Edward, 152

Trinity College, Cambridge, 222

Trinity College, Dublin, 59, 212, 453, 454

Trivet, 261.

Tuath, 261.

Tubbera Tadg, Tullig [subterranean water font], 450

Tuberculosis, 261,

Tullig, 122, 449, 450

Tumbling Paddy, 261.

Tumulus, 350, 382

Tuohy, Matt, 164

Tuomey, Fr.William P.P, 77, 79. memorial plaque, St. Nicholas’ Church; 537

Turbary Right, 262, 423

Turkey, 134

Turloughbeg, Rossmuck, 71

Turpin, Randolph, 22, 249

TVO Oil, 253. 262,

Twiselton, Chief Constable, 157

Two Dot Ranch, Nanton, Alberta, 223

Twohig, Rev. Patrick J., 62, 79, 80, 147, 214, 262, 471, 474, 574, 575, 584

Twomey Bill [Ganger], 136, 271

Twomey family [Clashelane], 112, 159, 509

Twomey family [Moanroe, later at Chapel Lane], 194

Twomey, Billy, 74

Twomey, Con, 36, 288, 291.

Twomey, Dan, 137

Twomey, Mary Ann, 194, 244

Twomey, Mary, 308

Twomey, Michael, 36, 303

Twomey, Mick, 137,

Twomey, Paddy, 194

Twomey, Rev. Matthew, DD, 79, 80, 83, 159

Twomey, Sean, 96, 543

Twomey, tenant on Egmont Estate; plight cited to Bessborough Commission, 440

Twomey, William [1911 Churchtown Village Census], 292

Twomey, William, 20, 178

Tyler, 142

Tyrone [county] 153, 455

Ulster Custom {‘Three F’s’], 440/441

Ulster, 27, 31

Ulysses, 110, 201

Under the Oak of Mambre, 262

Undertakers [settlers], 262.

United Irishmen, 262/263, 272,

United Kingdom, 84, 124

University College Dublin, 94, 201, 385

University College, Cork, 57, 194, 416

University of Limerick, 194

Upper Awbeg, 38, 239, 242

Urn burial [possible], 358

USA, 109, 134, 195, 262

Varga [plane], 29

Vatican II, 30

Vatican, 226

Vaughan family, 42

Vaughan, Patrick, 300

Veasy [Veasy, Vessey], Revd. John, 97, 449

Velvetstown, 90, 512

Verdun [battlefront], 35, 134

Vickerman family, 22

Vickerman, [F.L.] Mr, Mrs, 22.

Vickerman, Frank.L. 145, 208, 209

Victoria Cross [awards], 134.

Victorious, HMS, 212

Vienna, 137, 456, 466

Village Graveyard [see also Bruhenny Graveyard and Churchtown Cemetery], 389

Village Inn, The, 128, 198, 201, 263, 459 (opening of), 557, 571

Village Renewal, A (by Vincent Wall), 466/470

Viscount Ennsmore and Listowel, 117

Viscount Perceval of Kanturk [extinction of title], 223

Viscount Perceval of Kanturk [Granting of Title], 418

Viséan limestone, 74

Vision of John M’Donnell, The, [Seán Clárach poem], 186

Volga Boatman, The [film], 109.

von Rontgen, Wilhelm Konrad, 272.

Voster’s Arithmetic, 164

Vowell, Revd. Christopher, 97,

Wade, Tommy, 74

Wages [pre-Famine], 421

Wake, 253, 263/264

Walk, The, 53, 190

Walks see The Churchtown Trails 391/395

Wall, ‘Pa’, 264

Wall, Brendan, 144

Wall, Denis ‘Declan’, 24, 547

Wall, Mrs Margaret N.T., 80, 168, 573

Wall, Thomas and Margaret [NT’s], 24, 265,

Wall, Thomas, N.T. 30, 75, 88, 100, 101, 140, 177, 197, 234, 399, 543, 555, 573, 578, 582, 587

Wall, Vincent, 466

Walls of Limerick, The, 412,

Walls of Liscarroll, The, 202

Wallstown, 449

Walpole, Horace, 221

Walpole, Sir Robert, 221

Walsh, Bridget, 339

Walsh, Clr. Cornelius, 38

Walsh, Constable Patrick Joseph, R.I.C., 21, 25, 122, 237, 268, scene of shooting; 535

Walsh, David [1833 Tithe Applotment (Clashelane)], 293

Walsh, David [1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown)], 307

Walsh, Doctors David and Tony, 458

Walsh, Ellen, 337

Walsh, Jimmy [Duhallow Huntsman], 125

Walsh, Jimmy [Granard hurler], 144, 588

Walsh, John, 285.

Walsh, Michael [1833 Tithe Applotment (Ballynamuck], 157?, 286.

Walsh, Michael [1833 Tithe Applotment], (Imogane), 301

Walsh, Michael [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Clashelane), 326, 339

Walsh, Patrick, 326

Walsh, Sean, 201

Walsh, Stephen, 198

Walsh, William, [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 276

Walsh, William, 257, 286, 305, 318

Walshe, Paddy [‘Paddy the Irishman’],

Walshe, Ronnie, 234.

Walshe’s farm, (Annagh), 480

Walshestown [also (early 17th century, Ballinville, Ballinvallishie, Ballinvallish), later, Walshestowne, 15, Welchtown, 424, Welchestown, 68, Welshestowne], 15, 16, 17, 65, 68, 69, 83, 89, 97, 113, 124, 133, 150, 157, 177, 178, 191, 200, 214, 229, 250, 256, 259, 264/265, 271, 275, 344, 376, 377, 416, 453, 454

Walshestown and the Conron family (by Jim McCarthy), 452/454

Walshestown Castle, 15, 35, 82, 265, 266, 267, 417, 452, 453

Walshestown Fair, 182

Walshestown House, 91, 109, 265, 266/267, 272, 452

Walshestown Quarry, 181

Walshestown: 1833 Tithe Applotment [includes Moanroe and probably Leap], 307

Walshestown: Griffith’s Valuation, 344

Walshestown: Household Census, 1901, 1911, 308

Walshestown: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 307

Walshestowne, 15

Walterstown [Walshestown], 14, 39

Walwyn, Fulk, 128

War of Independence, 28, 38, 39, 63, 71, 111, 161, 249, 262, 267/268,

War Office [British], 48

Ward of Court [of Chancery], 60

Ward, Dennis, 276.

Ware, Thomas, 56

Warner, Anna, 129,

Warren, John, 56

Water Mill, 152

Waterford Glass [Award], 108

Waterford, 27, 145

Waterloo [Ballyclough], 60

Waterloo {Battle], 212

Waterville, Ohio, 157

Watson, Betty, 569

Watson, E, 36.

Watson, Henry, 284.

Waulsortian limestone, 74

Wayne, John, 110

Weather extremes, 439, 511/512 see also Night of the Big Wind, 206/207,

Weather Forecasting, 268

Weather lore, 513

Weather signs, 512

Weaving, 488

Webb, Sarah, 323, 330

Webster’s New Geographical Dictionary, 158.

Weissmuller, Johnny, 110

Welchestown {Walshestown}, 68

Welchtown, 68, see Walshestown

Welcome Kiosk, Burton Road, 517

Weldon, Miss Sheila, 100

Well Field, Annagh, 508

Well Field, Burton Park, 183, 191, 224, 268

Welles, Orson, 110

Welsh, David [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 276.

Welsh, David [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 276

Welsh, David [No 3; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277.

Welsh, David, [No 4; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 278.

Welsh, James, 277.

Welsh, Mary, 277.

Welsh, Patrick, 276.

Welsh, Redmond, 276.

Welsh, Widow, 278

Welsh, William [No 2’ 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 276.

Welsh, William [No 3; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 278

West Cork, 43

West Cork, 448

Westminster Parliament, 36

Westport, 198

Wetherby’s / Farmer’s Journal Small Breeder’s Award, 131

Wexford, 554 {probably earlier mentioned]

Whelan, Rev. Michael. C.C., 73, 78, 292

White Cockade, The, 186

White Horse Inn, 269, 564

White Star Line, 580

White, Agnes [wife of Seán Clárach Mac Dómhnaill], 185

White, Colonel 98.

White, Theresa, Assistant Cork County Manager, 458, 472, 473,

White, Widow, 307

White, William,

Whiteboys, 17, 28, 45, 54, 55, 56, 114, 137, 216, 239, 268/269, 508

Whiteboys: Execution marker, Flannery’s Quarry, 519

Whitefrost, Michael, 276.

Whittaker [T.K.] era, 130

Whooping Cough, 269, 272

Wilberforce [William], 221

Wild Geese, 34, 269/270.

Wilkinson, George, 189

Will’s Grove, Bandon, 90

William and Mary, King/Queen (p. 54)

William II, 134

William the Conqueror, 461

Williamite Confiscation, 270.

Williamite forces, 248

Williamite War, 65

Williamites, 270

Williams, Emanuel, 300

Williams, Emanuel, 300

Williams, Esther, 110

Williams, Fr. David, C.C., 77

Willow Pattern and poem, 270

Wills, Mary, 90

Wilmot, Sir Charles, 119

Wilson, Mary, 53

Wiltshire, 254

Windele, John, 18, 76

Windmill [area], 45, 52, 55, 70, 74, 131, 166, 203, 231, 264, 270, 383, 388

Windmill [ruin], 534

Windmill Cross, 165, 391, 392, 393, 394, 395, 508, 519

Windmill Hill, 30, 247, 270, 392, 393,

Windmill Nursing Home, 25, 42, 193, 214, 270, 571.

Windmill Quarry, 116, 181, 270/271,

Windmill Restaurant, The 101,188,198, 201, 459, 557

Windmill Stone, 215

Wing, Morny, 22, 209

Winter Field, Clashelane, 271.

Winter, Humphrey, 322

Winter, William, 156

Winter’s [Winter] family, 28, 48

Winters Thomas, 158.

Winters, Bob, 28, 227

Winters, Charlie, 28, 29, 48

Winters, Ellen, Fordham, New York, 158

Winters, Ellie, 28, 29

Winters, James, 21, 83, 267, 279

Winters, Patrick, 158

Winters, William [1901/1911 Census (Aghaburren), 279

Winters, William [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Rath), 343

Wireless, see Radio.

Wise, Geo. H., 311.

Wise, Henry C. 279.

Wise, Thomas James, 56

Wiseman [Adventurer], 27

Wiseman, Anthony, 68

Wiseman, Henry, 68

Wishing Bridge see Imogane Bridge, 258.

With Plunkett in Ireland, 451

Withers, Marie, 101

Wittenoom, Jacqueline, 209

Wolfe. Victor

Wolves in Walshestown, 453

Woodbines, 162

Woodgate, William, 430

Woodview Housing Development, 42, 201, 271, 571

Workhouse Ward, The, 89, 89

World Pipe Band Competition, Glasgow, 1998. 204

World War I [see also First World War], 48, 268,

World War II, [see also Second World War] 39, 180, 233

Woundwort [Hedge], 387

Wren Boys, 513/514

Wrixon family, 17, 265, 266,

Wrixon, Captain [Jnr.], 156

Wrixon, Captain, 109, 124

Wrixon, Henry, 321

Wrixon, John, 56, 271, 307, 336, 337, 344, 432

Wrixon, Nicholas, 266, 344

Wrixon’s Road, 271,

Wynn, Bridget, 222.

Wyse, Thos., 314

X-ray, 272.

X-ray, Mobile units, 261.

Yankee Clipper, 272.

Yarrow, 269, 272, 387

Year of the Older People, The, 182

Yeats, Jack, 111

Yeats, W. B., 111

Yeoman, 272.

Yeomanry, 272

Youghal Priory, 217

Young Man from Rathmines, The, 89

Young, William, 41, 68

Ypres, 134

Yule Log, 239

Zam-Buk, 273.

Zig-Zag, 273.

 

 

Index – Alphabetical references

 

Abbey Theatre, 199

Abbot and Costello,

Absentee Landlords, 27, 422, 429

Academy Award [1936], 111

Acknowledgements, 7/11

Acre, Cunningham [Scottish], 27

Act for the Union of Great Britain and Ireland, 263

Acts of Deeds [See of Cloyne], 224

Adair, William, 37

Adventurers, 27, 111, 259

Advice to those taking the Churchtown Trails, 395

Advowson, 27

Aerial view of Churchtown Village in 2000, looking east to Burton Park, 516

Aerial view of Churchtown Village in 2004, looking west to GAA grounds 517,

Aerial views of Churchtown Village in the 1960s, 526

Africa [continent] 79

Africa [magazine], 237

Aga [cooker], 52

Aghaburren 1833 Tithe Applotment – nil return.

Aghaburren, [Ahaburren, previously Ahaghbourne ] 21, 27, 29, 30, 33, 38, 48, 83, 123, 134, 182, 215, 259, 310, 417

Aghaburren: Household Census 1901, 1911, 279.

Aghaburren: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 310.

Aghaburren: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 279.

Aghina, 100

Aglish Cross, 394, 395

Aglishdrinagh [ancient name of Aglish], 449

Agricola

Agricultural Implements and Machinery, 261

Ahern, David, 43

Ahern, Edmond, 276

Ahern, Helen, 459

Ahern, James, 305

Ahern, Maurice, 341

Aherne family [village], 90

Aherne, Barry, 85

Aherne, Michael, 73, 84, 197

Aherne, Myra, 563

Ahern-O’Connor, Eileen, 85, 95, 108, 237, 254, 457, 471, 473, 476, 554, 560, 566, 576, 569, 574

AIB Better Ireland Community Award, 108, 468

Aiken, Frank, 111

Aladdin lamp, 180

Alfie Brown’s Hill, 30, 120,

Algiers, Battle of, 222.

All Ireland, 1947 Senior Football Final, 42

Allan, Harry, ‘Kruger’, 30

Allen, Francis, 300

Allen, Johanna ‘alias Enright’ [171]

Allen, John [d. 1771], 171, 277

Allen, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 [Imogane], 334

Allen, William [Imogane] 30, 333, 334

Allen, William [Magistrate], 426

Allen’s Well, 30,

Allow River, 41, 270

Altamira Bridge, 39

Altamira, 60

America, 154, 155, 199, 256, 444, 465, 509, 510

Amsterdam, 212

An Irish Flora, 386

An Raibh Tú ag an gCarraig?, 191

Anagh [Annagh], 15.

Ancient Order of Hibernians, 31

ANCO, 113

Anderson, Captain Andrew [father of Robert A. Anderson, Mountcorbitt], 195, 451

Anderson, Neville, 195, 305

Anderson, Robert Andrew, 19, 22, 31, 115, 195, 532, 562

Andrews, Ellen, 317

Angel [coin], 32

Anglesboro, 146

Anglican Church, 132,

Anglican, 32

Anglo-Irish Treaty, 263

Anglo-Irish Treaty, 66

Anglo-Norman [colonisation process], 117

Anglo-Normans, 215,

Anna [Annagh in Nicholls’s 1823 Survey], 424

Annagh Bogs, 32, 34, 162, 259, 310, 385, 386, 389, 394,

Annagh Bogs: 1833 Tithe Applotment see Annagh, 279.

Annagh Bogs: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 310.

Annagh Bogs: Household Census 1901, 1911, 280.

Annagh Bogs: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 280.

Annagh Bridge, 17, 28, 33, 34, 39, 166, 350, 394, 395, 495, 531,

Annagh Bridge; Foundation stone, 531

Annagh Castle, 15, 33, 34, 214, 350, 417, 452

Annagh Church Cross, 35, 76, 538,

Annagh Church, 17

Annagh North, 32, 259, 264, 311, 349

Annagh North: 1833 Tithe Applotment see Annagh, 279.

Annagh North: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 311.

Annagh North: Household Census 1901, 1911, 280/281.

Annagh North: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 280.

Annagh River, 239

Annagh South, 32, 259, 312, 350

Annagh South: 1833 Tithe Applotment see Annagh, 279.

Annagh South: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 312.

Annagh South: Household Census 1901, 1911, 281.

Annagh South: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 281.

Annagh versus Granard, 144

Annagh, 14, 15, 17, 32, 33, 35, 39, 44, 49, 57, 67, 68, 76, 84, 89, 91, 111, 119, 124, 130, 131, 134, 137, 141, 143, 144, 145, 159, 161, 162, 164, 166, 168, 170, 171, 172, 177, 181, 185, 250, 251, 256, 262, 264, 270, 275, 349, 386, 394, 416, 424, 451, 453, 454, 461, 480, 493, 495, 500, 508, 509, 582, 586, 588

Annagh: 1833 Tithe Applotment [Included Tithe Applotment for Annagh Bogs, Annagh North and Annagh South] 279

Annakissa Cross, 90

Annakissa, 195

Annalee Stream [a former name of Annagh river], 16, 38,

Annals of Churchtown, 25, 107, 108

Annals of Churchtown, 96, 164

Annals of the Sacred Heart, 237.

Annesgrove Gardens, 38

Anti-Conscription Campaign, 35

Anti-Conscription Pledge, 21, 36.

Antipodes, 130.

Apple and Damson, 37

Apples, specially grown cider variety, 461

Ar Bhás Regent na Fraingce, 185

Aran [pullover], 398

Archaeological Inventory of Churchtown (by Niamh Murphy), 246/377

Archaeological Inventory of County Cork, Vol. IV North Cork, 348, 349

Ardagh, 125

Ardaprior, 182, 301

Arden family, 222

Arden, Baron, 223,

Arden, Baroness, of Lohort Castle, 221, 418

Arden, Lord, 255, 425, 429, 431

Ardglass, 67

Ardnageeha [Ardnageehy], 167, 192, 252

Armagh, 153.

Armshaw, Jeremiah, 276.

Ashbourne Act, 37, 19, 72, 128, 199, 223, 431

Ashbourne, Baron Edward Gibson, 37

Askeaton, 109

Athleticism, strength and endurance [oral tradition], 480/482

Atlas Mountains, 123

Attainder, Bills of, 37

Atterton [Adventurer], 27

Attorney-General, 221

Augustus Arthur, 7th Earl of Egmont, 20

Augustus Arthur, 8th Earl

Australia, 154, 223, 477

Austria-Hungary, 20, 134

Auxiliaries, 268

Avenue, The, [poem], 240

Avondhu, 40, 140, 564

Avro-Ansen [aeroplane], 28

Awbeg Drainage Scheme, 39

Awbeg River, 21, 28, 33, 35, 37, 39, 115, 120, 171, 182, 231, 239, 242, 265, 350, 386, 424, 448, 480, 481, 509, 585

Awlahee [a former name of Annagh river], 33, 38

Baby Power [alcohol], 398

Back to Bataan, 110

Bad Men of Brimstone, 109

Bagenalstown, 201

Baile an Teampuill, 68

Baile, 40

Baker, Robert, 276

Baldonnell, 28

Ball, John Thomas, [Counsel for Darrell in the Egmont v Darrell case and later Lord Chancellor of Ireland] 430, 431

Ball’s Cross, 40

Ballad Makers, Saturday Night, The, 234

Ballahaderig Bridge, Mitchelstown, 136

Ballenboule, 275; see Ballynaboul]

Ballinabooly, 14; see Ballinaboul

Ballinaboul, 451; see Ballynaboul

Ballinamucky, 451; see Ballynamuck

Ballinasloe Fair, 30

Ballinatrilla, 123,

Ballinatrilla, 169, 194, 265, 266

Ballincollig, 158, 454

Ballincrishe [Ballychristy], 14

Ballincurrig, 122, 194

Ballindillane, 453 see Ballindillanig

Ballindillanig [Ballindillane in some legal documents] 40, 65, 122, 162, 177, 231, 250, 259, 313, 350, 453

Ballindillanig Cross, 394, 395

Ballindillanig: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 282.

Ballindillanig: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 313.

Ballindillanig: Household Census 1901, 1911, 282/283.

Ballindillanig: Population Census, 1841, 1851, 1911, 282.

Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary, 156

Ballinguile [Bally Gill in Nicholl’s 1823 Survey], 49, 82, 91, 100, 122, 135, 169, 176, 192, 194, 195, 203, 250, 301

Ballinora, Co. Cork, 454

Ballintample, 275

Ballintemple [also Ballintample], 14, 16, 256,

Ballintemple [Moland’s survey 40],

Ballintemple 1833 Tithe Applotment see Churchtown, 290.

Ballintemple, [1659 census return], 275

Ballinvallish see Walshestown

Ballinvallishie see Walshestown

Bally Gill, 424; see Ballinguile

Bally McCowe [Egmont], 275

Ballyadam Banshee, 41

Ballyadam Cross, 395

Ballyadam House, 41, 532.

Ballyadam, 15, 22, 40, 41, 66, 84, 112, 127, 128, 168, 176, 191, 195, 224, 250, 256, 259, 275, 314, 391, 393, 417,

Ballyadam: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 283.

Ballyadam: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 314.

Ballyadam: Household Census, 1901, 1911, 283.

Ballyadam: Population Census, 1841, 1851, 1911, 283.

Ballybahallagh, 18, 41, 45, 69, 213, 215

Ballybeg, 32, 181

Ballybohola, 256,

Ballyboula [Ballynaboul], 256,

Ballyclough Co-Operative Society, 224

Ballyclough, 84, 85

Ballycristy, 40, 42, 95, 177, 234, 250, 451

Ballydoyle, 22, 71, 112, 113, 209, 464

Ballygiblin, 145, 146, 239, 265

Ballygowan, Doneraile, 82

Ballygrace [Ballygressy], 40, 42, 49, 106, 126, 164, 169, 177, 181, 182, 192, 194, 203, 238, 250, 251, 259, 269, 275, 315, 351, 352, 353, 393, 424, 586

Ballygrace House, 42

Ballygrace: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 284.

Ballygrace: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 315.

Ballygrace: Household Census, 1901, 1911, 285.

Ballygrace: Population Census, 1841, 1851, 1911, 284.

Ballygran, 89

Ballygrele, 256

Ballygressy [Ballygrace], 275

Ballyhea, 38, 40, 74, 82, 89, 97, 106, 115, 121, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 145, 158, 160, 163, 198, 206, 239, 241, 242, 394, 444, 449, 463, 530, 531, 588

Ballyhea, Church of Ireland, 15

Ballyhooly, 239, 449

Ballyhoura Construction, Ltd., 42, 214, 270, 459, 570, 571

Ballyhoura Country, 43

Ballyhoura Development, Ltd., 42, 95, 114, 193, 457, 468, 473, 476, 576,

Ballyhoura Mountains, 119, 205

Ballyhoura Ramblers, 43, 181, 559

Ballyhoura Way, 43, 105, 385, 394

Ballyhoura, 99

Ballylanders RIC Barracks, 267

Ballymacow; also Bally McCowe [former name of Egmont], 15, 126, 127, 275, 451

Ballymacrory, Croom, Co. Limerick, 455

Ballynaboul [also Ballenboule, Ballinaboul, Ballinabooly], 14, 40, 43, 80, 168, 169, 226, 250, 259, 275, 316, 353, 354, 509

Ballynaboul Cross, 391, 392, 393, 395

Ballynaboul: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 285.

Ballynaboul: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 316.

Ballynaboul: Household Census, 1901, 1911, 285.

Ballynaboul: Population Census, 1841, 1851, 1911, 285.

Ballynadrideen Cross, 394, 395

Ballynamuck [sometime Ballinamuck or (older) Ballinamucky, 37, 40, 44, 65, 96, 117, 168, 169, 176, 250, 251, 256, 257, 259, 317, 318, 355, 391, 393, 432, 509, 510, 562

Ballynamuck Cross, 393, 395

Ballynamuck: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 286.

Ballynamuck: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 317.

Ballynamuck: Household Census 1901, 1911, 286/287.

Ballynamuck: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 286.

Ballynoran Cross, 394, 395

Ballynoran, 509

Ballyorgan, 168

Ballyscanlon, Rathkeale, 254

Ballyvaheen, 40, 44, 54, 171, 249, 250, 256, 259, 319, 355, 356,

Ballyvaheen: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 287.

Ballyvaheen: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 287.

Ballyvaheen: Household Census 1901, 1911, 287.

Ballyvaheen: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 287.

Ballyvonaire Barracks, 178

Ballyvonaire, 78, 193, 267

Ballyvorisheen, 123

Ballyvourney, 80, 269

Baluba, 398

Banagher [expression], 398

Banc na bPiléir, 44

Bandon, 90

Bank of Ireland, 39, 201, 467

Bansha, Co. Tipperary, 197

Banshee, 151

Banteer, 141

Baptism, 68

Bardic Court [Cúirt Éigse], 186

Barleycove, Goleen, 448

Barnies, 45

Baron Lovel and Holland of Enmore, 221.

Baron of Burton [extinction of Title], 223

Baron of Ireland, 417,

Baron Perceval of Burton [granting of Title], 418

Baronies, 241

Barony, 45, 124, 261

Barra, 44, 151.

Barrar, John, 276.

Barret, John [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census Return] 277.

Barret, John, [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 278

Barret, Thomas, 277.

Barrett, T.E. [Creamery Manager], 83

Barrett, W. [Jockey Irish Derby 1919], 92

Barrett, William, [1851Griffith’s Valuation (Leap),336

Barrie, David Fitz-Edmund Roe

Barrie, James [sometimes Barry], 14

Barry Seán Óg 15,

Barry, Alice, 276.

Barry, Colonel, 15, 417,

Barry, Dr. [Mrs], 156

Barry, Dr. D., 227, 480

Barry, Edmond, 277.

Barry, Eleanor, 195

Barry, Fitzjames

Barry, Fitzjames [junior]

Barry, Garret Fitz-James

Barry, Garret, 321

Barry, Gerard, 452

Barry, Hannah, 36

Barry, James [1766 Churchtown Census], 277.

Barry, James [Ballynaboul], see Barry Jimmy.

Barry, James Fitzmaurice, 265

Barry, James Fitznicholas, 452

Barry, James McNicholas, 14. 225,

Barry, James, Rector, 97, 449

Barry, Jimmy [James], 124, 172, 173, 285, 286

Barry, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Egmont), 331

Barry, John [Liscarroll and one-time occupant of Burton House], 218, 416

Barry, John Killagh [Earl Barrymore] 14, 32

Barry, Johnny, 41, 128,

Barry, M., 227

Barry, Martin, 77

Barry, McJames, 453

Barry, Michael, 198, 458, 459, 520, 535, 558, 569

Barry, Nicholas Fitzjames [sometimes Fitzjames Nicholas], 14, 15, 33, 111,

Barry, Nicholas, 225

Barry, Patrick, 277

Barry, Philip, 276

Barry, Rev. James, P.P, 77, 80.

Barry, Richard Fitznicholas, 452

Barry, Richard, 300

Barry, Robert Fitz-David Oge

Barry, Sarah, 328, 332,

Barry, Shane, 265.

Barry, Thomas [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 288

Barry, Thomas [No 2; 1766 Churchtown census Return], 288

Barry, Tom [Farrandeen], 133

Barry, Widow, 277.

Barry, William Thomas, 265

Barry, William, 277.

Barry; see also de Barry

Barrymore, Earl, 14

Barrymore, Lord [1885], 174

Barrymore, Lord, 14,

Barrys, 15

Battanchon [illegitimate nephew of Henry, 5th Earl Egmont], 427, 428

Battle of the Boyne, 240

Bawn, Martin, 276.

BCG, 261

BDO Simpson Xavier, 457

Bealtine, 233

Beary, M., 92

Beasley, H., 92

Beecher, Captain, 125

Beecher, Sir William W., 156, 313, 432

Beecher’s Brook, 125

Beechinor [Burton Park employee], 256

Beechinor [Granard], 144.

Begley, Din [husband of Churchtown poetess Máire Ní Ruairí], 455

Begly, Bryen, 277

Behan, Paddy, 40, 145, 146, 544

Belfast and Northern Counties Railway, 91

Belfast, 262

Bell, Moll [expression], 398

Bellerophon, 212

Bellingham, John [Assassin] 222.

Bench see also Benchy, Binchy

Bench, Edmond (find earlier mention) 339,

Bench, Owen, 323

Benchy see also Bench, Binchy

Benchy, James, 327

Benchy, Michael, 48, 327

Bene Merenti Medal, 80

Berkeley, Bishop George, 16, 45, 59, 451

Berkeley, Lord, 255

Berlin, 242.

Bernier, Jason, 458, 459, 557

Berwick, Duke of, 58, 418

Bessborough Commission, 45, 438, 440, 434, 441

Bessborough, 6th Earl, 45

Bibliography to Dictionary, 764/767

Bibliography to Inventory of Listed Monuments, 383/384

Biddy’s Tree [poem], 46

Biddy’s Tree and Máire Ní Ruairí (by Ruairí Ó Hicí), 455

Biddy’s Tree, 23, 46, 129, 216, 413, 455, 584

Big Inch, 47

Biggar, Joseph, 173.

Bill of Rights, 58.

Billington, Dr. Victor

Billington, Mrs. Bridget, 226, 239, 240

Binchy headstone at Kilgrogan, 552

Binchy, 47

Binchy, Dan, 48, 171

Binchy, Edmund, 552

Binchy, James {solicitor, Charleville], 83

Binchy, James, 48, 77, 295

Binchy, Maeve, 47, 136

Binchy, Michael, 77

Binchy, Owen, 47,

Binchy’s bakery, 52

Bindweed [Great], 387

Birds [Oral tradition], 482

Birney, Tom, 28, 29, 48, 134

Birney’s Hole, 48, 123, 519

Birrel’s Land Act, 1909, 114

Births, Marriages and Deaths, 48, 76

Black and Reds, 48, 141,

Black and Tans [Uniformed Force], 71, 92, 262, 268,

Black and Tans {Hunt], 124

Black Catholics, 49

Black Death, 14

Black Field, 48

Black Hole [Churchtown school], 49, 100,

Black Jack [liquorice], 399

Black Meadow, 49

Black Road, 25, 42, 49, 94, 119, 131, 150, 166, 192, 193, 201, 247, 270, 271, 392, 393, 394, 571

Black Screen, 49,

Blackbirds; considered a pest to the cider apple, 462

Blackburn Rovers F.C., 104

Blackie Norton, 110

Blackwater River 38,

Blackwell, Mrs. Elizabeth, 55

Blarney [expression], 399

Blood on the Flag, 262

Bloom, 110, 201

Bloom, Leopold, 110

Bloomsday, 110

Blue Gillette, 238

Bluet, John, 277.

Blundering Barney, 89

Board of Management, Churchtown National School, 101

Board of Works, 62, 153,

Board Wage, 242

Boards of Guardians, 122, 189

Boards of Health, 122, 419

Boden, Eric, 234

Bodleian, Library, Oxford, 224,

Body, Nicholas, 276.

Body, Widow, 276.

Bog House, see Tinny House, 256

Bohan, William, 328

Bohily, Daniel, 278.

Bóirín Glas, 49,

Bolan, Thomas, 276

Boles, Arthur, 277.

Boles, John, 277.

Bolger, Enda, 131

Bolster, Desmond Sharp, 125, 128,

Bolster, George Sharp, 128

Bolster, John [Hawkes?], 156

Bolster, John Hawkes, 128, 330

Bolton, Duke of, 222

Bomber No 42, 29

Bonafides, 22, 49, 394

Bonaparte, Napoleon, 18,

Bonnahan, Daniel, 277.

Bonnie Prince Charlie, 185

Bonnie, Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond, The, 579

Bonnycastle’s Arithmetic, 164.

Bono, Ben, 260

Book of Munster, 46

Book of Surveys and Distribution 1664-68, 49.

Booney’s Clock, 50

Booney’s House, 534, 561

Booneys, see O’Sullivan, Denny, Hannie and Susie.

Booterstown, Co. Dublin, 201

Bord Fáilte, 456, 457, 468

Boru, Brian, 127,

Boss Murphy [horse]: clipping of victory in Liscarroll Cup 558,

Boss Murphy Holiday Centre, 468, 469

Boss Murphy House, 150, 193, 395

Boss Murphy Logo, 557

Boss Murphy Musical Legacy, The, 25, 108, 194, 200, 203, 444, 557,

Boss Murphy Story, The (courtesy www.boss-murphy.com), 456/460

Boss Murphy: inspiration for brand name, 468

Boss Murphy’s [Dortmund], 123,558

Boss Murphy’s [farm,] 20

Boss Murphy’s [village], 42, 48, 71, 105, 113, 136, 170, 181, 190, 193, 198, 201, 202, 263, 271, 457, 458, 459 (opening of), 460 (first person to purchase a drink in), 473, 476, 516, 556, 558

Boss Murphy’s Spirit of Cork [CD] 202, 246, 458, 556 567, 568

Boss Murphy’s: First official party, 558

Boston Pilot, 157.

Boston, 157, 158

Botwood, Newfoundland, 272

Bould Thady Quill, The, 244

Boundaries of the Cities and Boroughs of Ireland [1837], 257

Bourk, John, 276.

Bourke, Ina, 573, 574

Bourke, Margaret [second wife of William ‘Boss’ Murphy] 199, 444, 562, 567,

Bourke, Michael, 540,

Bourke, Michael, Ina, 41

Bourke, Michelle, 471, 574

Bowe, Ina (Sister Celeste), 23, 50, 564

Bowe, James [Senior], 50

Bowe, Jimmy, 50, 87, 109, 136, 165, 538, 564

Bowe, Mrs Kathleen, 564

Bowe, Mrs. Julia, 50, 87

Bowe, Muriel ‘Bonnie’, 50,

Bowen, Seán Óg, 480, 481see also Séán Óg’s Bridge, p. 242

Bowery Boys, 110

Bowler, Nano, 297

Bowles, Dick, 144

Bowles, John 145, 146, 544

Bowley [Adventurer], 27

Bowley, Richard, 68

Bowling [Road], 51,

Boycott [tactic], 173

Boyne, Battle of, 58, 418

Brabazon, Aubrey, 209, 553

Bradly, Conner, 278.

Bradly, Darby, 278

Bradshaw, Rev. Sandes

Brady, Hugh, C.I Bishop of Meath, 97, 449

Brady, Maziere, 81

Brady, Revd. Lucas [son to C.I. Bishop of Meath], 97, 449

Brahenye [Bruhenny], 15

Branner, 51

Bread and bread-making, 51

Breare, Richard, 167

Bree [Co. Wexford], 167

Breen family, 40

Breen, Ann Marie, 148

Breen, Brendan, 148, 149

Breen, James, 148, 149, 545, 546

Breen, Jim, 64, 573

Breen, John, 148, 149, 545, 546

Bregoge, 122, 126, 449

Bremen, 239

Brennan, Ann 546

Brennan, Kieran, 149, 545, 546

Brennan, Terry, 459

Brereton, Catherine, 450

Brereton, Revd. Robert, 97, 450

Breslane, James, 318

Breslane, John, 329

Brewester, Abraham [counsel for the Egmont family in the Egmont v Darrell case], 431

Brewhenny, 99

Bridge Bar [John Locke’s], 49, 394, 395

Bridge Field, Annagh, 508

Bridges in Churchtown Parish: Sean Óg’s Bridge, 530, Scart Bridge, 530, Stack’s Bridge, 530, Imogane Bridge [the ‘Wishing Bridge’], 530, Annagh Bridge, 531, Curraheen Bridge, 531, Coolcaum Bridge, 531, Shinanagh (Dennehy’s] Bridge, 531,

Bridgetown Abbey, 38

Bridgwater, Somerset, 221

Brien, Daniel, 55, 56

Brien, James, 313.

Brien, Martin, 317

Brien, William, 37

Brighton, 255

Brigid, Saint, 46

Brilliantine, 52.

Brislane family: Jerry, Morgan, 66, 203

Brislane, James [1911 Churchtown Village Census], 292.

Brislane, Jerry, 144

Brislane, Jim [O/C Charleville Battalion IRA, War of Independence] 36, 267.

Brislane, Kathleen, 87, 89

Brislane, Morgan, 268

Bristol, 19, 57, 98, 126, 170, 450

Britain, 134, 267

British Movietone News, 110

Brittany, 217

Brochoyn [Bruhenny], Parish of, 225

Broderick, Michael [Jnr.], 146

Broderick, Michael MCC, 89, 104, 456

Broghenny [Bruhenny], 14

Broken Gap, 52,

Bromley, Kent, 269.

Bronze Age Axe-head, 68, 230, 549

Bronze Age, 138,

Broome, David, 94, 132.

Brosnahan, Michael, 305

Brosnan family [Ballynamuck], 510

Brosnan, Michael, 287, 510.

Brosnan, Mrs, 495

Brothing [ancient reference to Bruhenny], 449

Brown, Garret, 278

Brown, James, 308

Brown, Patrick, 77

Brown, Rev. Maurice, P.P, 75, 79,

Brown, Robert, 278

Browne family [Walshestown House], 266

Browne, Bridget, 100, 169, 480, 481, 482, 496, 498, 500, 501, 504, 505, 507, 511, 512

Browne, Dr. Noel, 261

Browne, Edmond, 343

Browne, Edward, 343

Browne, Garrett, 582

Browne, Jack, 203

Browne, James [‘Burning’ of Churchtown 1822, Witness] 56

Browne, James {Walshestown House c.1880], 266

Browne, John [1851 Griffith’s Valuation (Leap), 337

Browne, John, [Ballinguile], 49, 78, 109, 135, 250, 561

Browne, Mary, 555

Browne, Michael, 145, 544

Browne, Mrs, [Ballinguile] 49, 264,

Browne, Patrick, 344

Brú Thuinne [Brúgh Thuinne], 53, 68

Bruder, Thomas, 277.

Bruhenny & District Pipe Band, 53, 204

Bruhenny Choir, 53: 471, see also Bruhenny Choral Group

Bruhenny Choral Group, 476, 575

Bruhenny Church Silver, 97

Bruhenny Church, 16, 70, 80, 81, 190, 216, 360, 448, 539,

Bruhenny Graveyard Plaque, 82

Bruhenny Graveyard, (see also Churchtown Cemetery), 66, 190, 242, 385, 539,

Bruhenny Holdings, Ltd, 201, 211,

Bruhenny Housing Development, 24, 86, 201, 233, 459, 522, 570, 571

Bruhenny Housing Development: first resident 567.

Bruhenny in a Golden Light: Church of Ireland history of Churchtown (by Albert Daly), 448/451

Bruhenny Parish:1 Anglican family (1805), 450; congregation of 27 by 1860, 450; last Vicar of, 450

Bruhenny Village Green, 53, 208,

Bruhenny, 15, 16, 19, 20, 52, 68, 69, 72, 97, 126, 151, 215, 231, 417, 448, 449, 451

Bruhenny, Great Bull of, 53

Bruhenny; 1766 Census returns, 276/277/278

Bruree, 185, 242,

Brussels, 466

Bruytoyng, 68, 225

Bryan, Patrick, 276.

Bryen, Connor [No. 1; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Bryen, Connor [No. 2; 1776 Churchtown Census]. 277

Bryen, John, 277

Bryen, Morgan, 277.

Bryen, Timothy, 278.

Buavavagh, 122

Buck House [Annagh], 53

Buck Toodleum, 53

Buckingham Palace, 564

Buckingham Yeoman’s Cavalry, 223

Buckinghamshire, 427

Buckley farm [Annagh], 586

Buckley Tim ‘Thady’, 140, 543

Buckley, Con, 36, 73.

Buckley, Dan [closing night Jerry O’Sullivan’s bar], 561

Buckley, Daniel [1911 Census (Ballindillanig)], 283, 504

Buckley, Daniel [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Egmont), 330

Buckley, Daniel [Griffith’s Valuation 1851, (Kerry Lane), 323

Buckley, Finbar, 146

Buckley, Fr. Con, C.C., 173, 174

Buckley, Jer. 36

Buckley, Jimmy, 141

Buckley, John, 278.

Buckley, Kate, 36, 244

Buckley, Margaret, 37

Buckley, Mary, 561

Buckley, Paddy, 74

Buckley, Rosario, 80

Buckley, Tadhg, 558

Buckley, Ted, 573

Buckley, William [1833 Tithe Applotment Ballintemple (Churchtown), 290

Buckley, William [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Ballygrace), 315

Buckley, William, 322

Buckly, John, 277

Buffer’s Cross, 54, 96, 126, 134, 169, 198, 204, 229, 391, 392, 393, 395, 516

Bull Island, Annagh, 508

Bullán, 54

Burch, Jameo, 295

Burch, Michael, 295

Burghley, Lord, 416

Burk, John, 36

Burkard, Gwen, 198, 458, 459, 557

Burke, Edmund, 666

Burke, James, 292.

Burke, Nora, 37

Burke’s Peerage, 192.

Burley, Revd. William, 97

Burmah Petrol Pump, Churchtown Village, 523

Burning of Churchtown, 54, 69, 76, 91, 137, 216, 237, 239

Burns, Edmond, 323

Burns, John, 331

Burns, Johnny and Margaret [see Byrne]

Burns, T., 92

Burton Bog, 119, 256

Burton Court, 57

Burton House Oratory, 63

Burton House, 16, 17, 20, 57, 58 59, 60, 62, 63, 64, 65, 69, 70, 82, 153, 170, 174, 191, 226, 265, 267, 268, 418, 421, 451, 536,

Burton Lodge, 191, 536,

Burton Manor, 58

Burton Oak, the largest tree in the parish 106, 536,

Burton Park, 19, 21, 24, 60, 64, 70, 73, 90, 91, 94, 99, 104, 106, 109, 125, 138, 156, 183, 224, 226, 242, 243, 259, 266, 268, 319, 357, 391, 393, 394, 449, 463, 516, 578

Burton Park: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 288.

Burton Park: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 319.

Burton Park: Household Census, 1901, 1911, 288.

Burton Park: Population Census, 1841, 1851, 1911, 288.

Burton Road, 48, 51, 65, 70, 86, 94, 108, 118, 122, 189, 191, 204, 230, 242, 245, 391, 394, 521,

Burton View, 65

Burton Wood, 138, 424,

Burton, 129, 156, 162, 177, 250, 416, 417, 423, 453

Burton, 57, 59, 61

Burton, Baron of [extinction of title], 223

Bushe, Charles Kendal, 91

Business & Finance cover, 556

Butler, Eoin, 545, 546

Butler, Maurice, 343

Butlers [Ormond], 212

Butter-making [Oral tradition], 483

Buttevant Convent School, 205

Buttevant Forge, 90

Buttevant Military Band, 411

Buttevant Military Barracks, 266, 267, 444

Buttevant Rail Disaster see ‘Recollections and a truly unforgettable experience’ (by Willie Joe Condon), 684.

Buttevant Railway Station, 25, 61, 71, 72,

Buttevant Road, 44, 46, 50, 70, 128, 137, 150, 169, 229, 230, 245, 249, 324, 463

Buttevant Track, 159

Buttevant Weirs, 39

Buttevant, 15, 19, 32, 38, 54, 56, 39, 58, 51, 54, 61, 68, 72, 74, 76, 89, 90,98, 112,126, 129, 130, 131, 139, 140, 141, 142, 145, 149, 157, 160, 165, 183, 195, 233, 236, 249, 265, 299, 411, 412, 413, 424, 429, 449, 470, 481, 495, 531, 560, 584, 586

Button [Adventurer] 27.

Button, James, 68

By Rail through the Heart of Ireland, 270

Byren, Patrick, 277.

Byrn, Daniel, 276.

Byrn, Edward, 276.

Byrn, John, 276.

Byrn, Stephen, 276.

Byrne, J.W. [and Margaret, 37, 131], 227, 302

Byrne, Jack [Buttevant], 584

Byrne, Oliver, 85, 95, 108, 458, 473, 477, 568

Byron, Lord, 213

Bythemore, Alice, 217

Cahalane, Jim, 140, 543

Caherconlish, Co. Limerick, 584

Caherconnor, 123,350

Cahernarry, 170

Cahill, Fr., C.C., 77

Cahill, Gerry [Architects], 456, 469

Cahill, Gerry, 114, 571

Cahill, Hughie, 411, 413

Cahill, Jack, 112, 413

Cahill’s [stonemasons], 179, 191

Cahirmee [townland], 91

Cahirmee Bridge, 565

Cahirmee Fair, 54, 130, 240, 244, 511

Cahirultan, Vide 97, 449

Calf’s Close, 65

Calgary, 223.

California, 458, 4r59

Callaghan family, 54

Callaghan Lil, 64

Callaghan, Ann, 157

Callaghan, Bill, 64

Callaghan, Con, 247, 306

Callaghan, Daniel [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Ballynaboul), 316

Callaghan, Daniel {1776 Churchtown Census], 276

Callaghan, Denis [Famine Emigrant], 157

Callaghan, Denis [Griffith’s Valuation 1851(Churchtown Village) 325, 317

Callaghan, Dennis, [1766 Churchtown Census], 278

Callaghan, Johanna, 341

Callaghan, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Callaghan, John [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown Village), 1851, 324

Callaghan, Mary, 291.

Callaghan, Michael [1911 Census (Kilgrogan)], 302

Callaghan, Michael [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Egmont)], 331

Callaghan, Michael, [1833 Tithe Applotment (Annagh)] 279,

Callaghan, Neil, 89

Callaghan, Patrick, 342

Callaghan, Timothy [1833 Tithe Applotment (Gurteenroe)], 300

Callaghan, Timothy [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Callaghan, Timothy [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Callaghan, Timothy [No 3; 1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Callaghan, Timothy [No 4, 1766 Churchtown Census], 278

Callaghan, William, 291.

Callahane, Connor, 277

Callanan, Joseph, 73, 306,

Callanan, Patk. 77.

Callanan, Thomas, 36, 227,

Cambridge, Terrace, nr. Edgware Rd, London, 213

Camerons [family], 63

Camoige, 145.

Campbell, James, 278.

Canada, 154

Candle-making [Oral tradition], 483/484

Cantillon family, 47, 166, 214, 216

Canting, 65

Capard Lodge, 101

Cape Egmont, 127

Captain Boycott, 110

Captain Moonlight, 268.

Captain Rock, 268

Caravan, traditional burning of, 244

Carbide lamp, 180Carew, Sir George, 43, 119,

Carey, Colm, 89, Carey, Ger

Carey, Jason, 148.

Carey, Mary, 315.

Carey, Mick, 145, 146, 544

Carey, Nora, 36

Carey, Paul, 89, 143, 146, 545check is he the same as in Five-a-Side-Soccer at p.89 or was it his father?

Carey, Wesley, 148

Cargeene; see Carrigeen

Carleton, Mary, 453

Carleton, Revd. Robert, 453

Carlow [county], 450

Carlow, 201

Carlton, Paddy, 472, 473

Carpathia, 256

Carrageen; see Carrigeen

Carrick-on-Suir, 267

Carrigane; see Carrigeen

Carrigeen [also Carrageen, Cargeene, Carrigane, Carrigine], 14 15, 65, 105, 130, 177, 250, 259, 265, 275, 289, 320, 358, 359, 360,

Carrigeen Cross, 270

Carrigeen na gCat, 66, 191,

Carrigeen Stud, 20

Carrigeen: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 289.

Carrigeen: Census of Ireland 1901, 1911, 289.

Carrigeen: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 320.

Carrigeen: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 289.

Carrigine see Carrigeen

Carroll family [Coolmore], 115, 166

Carroll, Adrian, 148

Carroll, Dermot, 145, 146, 194, 545

Carroll, Francis, 560

Carroll, Hanora, 73, 292

Carroll, Honoria, 344

Carroll, Jeremiah, 291.

Carroll, John, 146, 147, 545

Carroll, Paddy, 47, 87, 197, 214, 216, 555

Carroll, Pat, Bill, 144

Carroll, T. 227

Carroll’s Wood, 519

Carrolls [Ballyhea], 142

Carter’s Police, 54, 216

Carthy, Daniel, 277.

Carthy, Darby, 278

Carthy, John, 277.

Carthy, Kate [see also McCarthy, Kate] 37,

Carthy, Patrick,

Carthy, Widow [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census ] 277.

Carthy, Widow [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277.

Casey, James [No 1 1766 Churchtown Census], 276.

Casey, James [No 2, 1766 Churchtown Census], 276.

Casey, Patrick [1766 Churchtown Census], 277.

Cashel [Co. Tipperary], 71

Cashman, Fr. Cornelius C.C., 77

Cashman, Fr. David, C.C., 77

Cashs [Variety Company]

Cassidy, ‘Hopalong’, 110

Castle Grove, Iowa, 198

Castleconnell, Lord, 35, 417

Castlecor, 84, 91, 125

Castleharrisson, 39

Castlehaven, Lord, 15, 34, 214

Castlelyons, 204

Castlelyons, Barryscourt and Buttevant, Lord, 416

Castlemaccarthy, 43, 66, 73, 77, 110, 154, 169, 176, 182, 202, 213, 229, 236, 237, 250,

Castlemagnier, 89, 265.

Castlemartyr, 136

Castles of County Cork, The, 35

Castletown, Lord, 31

Castletownbere, 394

Castletownroche, 38, 89, 100, 109, 145, 226

Castlewrixon Ambush, 268

Catechism of the Catholic Church, A , 262

Cathal Brugha Barracks, 176

Catholic Church, 247

Catholic Emancipation Act [1829], 215, 222

Cattle murrain, 116

Cavanagh [sometimes Kavanagh], Daniel [Coolmore], 295

Cavanagh [sometimes Kavanagh], John, 171, 287

Cavanagh, Daniel [Ballyvaheen], 171

Cavanagh, Ellen, 171

Cavanagh, James, 36

Cavanagh, Margaret, 171

Cease Fire and Dump Arms, 111

Cecil, Catherine, 221

Celtic Times, The, 206

Census extracts are listed under appropriate townland headings.

Census, 1851, 431

Census, 66.

Census; 1659, 69, Details for Parish of Ballintemple alias Churchtown, 275,

Census; 1831, 16, 421

Census; 1841, 18, 126, 426, 437

Census; 1901, 121, 432

Census; 1911, 121, 170, 215, 232, 237,

Census; Details for 1766, Parish of Bruhenny alias Churchtown, 276/278

Chamberlain, Linda, 459

Chambers, John, 333, 334

Chancellor of the Exchequer, 221

Chancery [Irish], 67, 133

Chancery, Court of, 67,

Channeleen, The, [Annagh], 493, 495

Chapel Bank, 67

Chapel Lane, 50, 65, 70, 90, 130, 176, 177, 194, 207, 391, 392, 463, 472, 527, 538,

Chapel Lane: refurbishment, 520

Chapel Lane: street furniture, 528

Charleville [‘Rathluirc’ for a period], 16, 22, 30, 32, 35, 38, 39, 49, 69, 72, 79, 83, 90, 97, 112, 129, 139, 145, 163, 170, 194, 236, 241, 249, 453, 454, 481, 582

Charleville Fair, 166

Charleville Road, 49

Charleville Unit, LDF, 177

Charley’s Aunt, 260

Charter Schools, 67

Chatham Design, 459

Chatham, Earl of, 221

Chelsea, Town Hall, 223

Cheltenham, 464 ….and earlier!

Chester Cakes, 30.

Cheusner, Robert, 14, 97, 225, 230, 448,

Chieftains, The, 188

Childers, President Erskine, 262

Children’s Christmas Party, 198

Children’s Games [Traditional], 484/485

Children’s verse for games [Traditional], 485/487

Chiltern Hundreds, 132

Chinnery, Margaret, 99

Choral Festival, Cork, Limerick, 53

Christmas Day, 232

Chronology of Churchtown 1170-2005, A. 14/24

Church Field, Annagh, 508

Church of Cloyne, 46

Church of Ireland, 132, 247,

Church, Helen [Mrs. Noel Linehan], 182

Churchill [Winston], 86, 87.

Churchill, John [later Duke of Marlborough], 58

Churching, 67

Churchtown [Bruhenny [Cemetery and Church Ruin, 81, 91, 191, 195, 212, 389, 418

Churchtown [Bruhenny] Rectors, 97,

Churchtown [Red] Marble, 42, 94, 183, 230, 529

Churchtown [sub] Post Office, 25, 96, 248, 535,

Churchtown ‘F’ Company, Irish Volunteers, 267

Churchtown Anticline, 74

Churchtown Area Rapid Transport. 551

Churchtown Boxing Club, 74

Churchtown Bruhenny Rectors, 97

Churchtown Carnival, 74, 169, 251,

Churchtown Catholic Church of St. Nicholas see St. Nicholas’ Church

Churchtown Chess Club, 82,

Churchtown Choir, 80

Churchtown Community Council, 63, 83,

Churchtown Coursing Club, 159, 568

Churchtown Creamery in 1997, 541

Churchtown Creamery, 20, 22, 23, 24, 73, 83, 224,

Churchtown Creamery: 1980’s group of milk suppliers, 541

Churchtown Creamery: commemorative plaque, 541

Churchtown Creamery: Section of Minutes Directors of meeting (1913),541

Churchtown Dairy Factory Company, 83, 85,

Churchtown Dairy Factory Company; share certificate (1889) and letterhead (1912), 541

Churchtown Declaration, 85, 458, 473, 474, 476, 477

Churchtown Development Association (Mallow) Ltd, 85, 95, 108, 158, 163, 181, 254, 467, 471, 472, 473,

Churchtown District Electoral Division, 122

Churchtown Drainage, 86, 570

Churchtown Dramatic Society, 22, 78, 86, 170, 200, 203, 273

Churchtown Egg-Cup, The, 140

Churchtown Five A-Side Soccer Club, 89

Churchtown Flora, Fauna and Trees, 106; see also Churchtown Ecology, 385/389 and Stack’s Bridge, 249

Churchtown Forge, 90, 137, 165, 520

Churchtown GAA see GAA

Churchtown GAA: photographs 543/547

Churchtown Games, 90

Churchtown House, 16, 17, 21, 34, 46, 49, 57, 65, 70, 73, 80, 90, 94, 95, 118, 165, 170, 171, 175, 192, 230, 244, 421, 429, 463, 464, 533, 554, 586

Churchtown lady becomes first woman to own an Irish Derby winner, 92/93

Churchtown lady married to World Middleweight Boxing Champion, 22

Churchtown Medal of Honour, 95, 108, 114, 115, 182, 459, 472, 550, 576,

Churchtown National School [later St. Mary’s National School, which also see], 21, 63, 72, 99, 101, 134, 193, 254, 437, 463, 573, 582

Churchtown National School Boys Group c1904, 572

Churchtown National School Group from early 1950s, 573

Churchtown National School Infants and 1st Class group [Boys], 1923, 572

Churchtown National School, Boys Confirmation Class, 1967, 573

Churchtown National School: Average Attendance 1918-2005, 102/103

Churchtown National School: Participation in Irish Folklore Commission’s School Scheme, 1937 [Scéim na Scoile], 479/514

Churchtown National School: Selected school closures 1918-1985, 103

Churchtown Obelisk, 174

Churchtown Point-to Point: 1924 Race card Cover, 550

Churchtown Post Office: Last Day Cover, 550

Churchtown Relief Commission, 155

Churchtown Relief Fund, 117, 155,

Churchtown Relief Fund; contributors, 156

Churchtown School in the 1920s (Bill O’Flynn), 578

Churchtown School: Involvement in Scéim na Scoile, 479/514

Churchtown Schools, 99, 438

Churchtown Sewage, 104

Churchtown Soccer Club, 104

Churchtown Stud Company, 105

Churchtown Stud, 65, 92, 104, 464

Churchtown Townlands, Map of, 12

Churchtown Trails, 105, 391/395

Churchtown Trails: 391/394

Churchtown Treasure Trove [described] 178.

Churchtown Village [Ballintemple]: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 290.

Churchtown Village ‘Rush-hour’ in 1999, 528

Churchtown Village 1932, 760; Churchtown parish and environs, 761

Churchtown Village 1932, Map, 760

Churchtown Village in the 1920’s, 525

Churchtown Village in the 1950s, 528

Churchtown Village in the 1960s, 524

Churchtown Village in the 1970s, 521

Churchtown Village Renewal Trust, 24, 42, 81, 85, 95, 101,105, 107, 114,115, 116, 132, 136, 182, 201, 230, 242, 385, 416, 444, 456, 457, 467, 469, 471, 472, 474, 476, 477

Churchtown Village: Aerial view looking west to GAA grounds, 517

Churchtown Village: Aerial view, [looking east to Burton Park] 516

Churchtown Village: Griffith’s Valuation (Buttevant Road), 325

Churchtown Village: Griffith’s Valuation (George’s St]) 1851, 322/323.

Churchtown Village: Griffith’s Valuation (Kerry Lane), 323.

Churchtown Village: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 321/322/323/324/325.

Churchtown Village: Household census, 1901, 1911, 291/292.

Churchtown Village: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 290.

Churchtown Village: post-Famine rebuilding of, 463

Churchtown Website, 24, 108

Churchtown, ‘Burning’ of, 45, 69

Churchtown, 1731 ‘No Popish Masshouse …’ 225

Churchtown, 6873.

Churchtown, A Chronology of, 14/25

Churchtown, A Dictionary of, 27/273

Churchtown, Mayor of, 163

Churchtown, Parish and environs Map, 761

Churchtown, Song for, 24; words 246

Churchtown: An introduction to the ecology of, 385/389

Churchtown: Ecology of, 385/389; see also Churchtown trees, flora and fauna 106 and Stack’s Bridge, 249

Churchtown: Essays of Historical Interest, 4416/477

Churchtown: Images of, 516/576

Churchtown: Inventory of Listed Monuments in parish, 348

Churchtown: Language and Music, 398/414

Churchtown: LDF [Local Defence Force] Members, 176

Churchtown: Listed Monuments in, 347

Churchtown: Maps of: 757, 760, 761

Churchtown: Memories, 577/752

Churchtown: Summary of listed monuments in parish, 348

Churchtown: Tobacco-growing in parish, 257.

Churchtown: Townlands Map, 12

Churchtown; 1766 Census returns, 276/277/278

Churchtown’s Dr.Vincent O’Brien voted ‘Greatest figure in Racing History’, 211

Churchtown’s ‘Great Irish Elk’ find, 129

Churchtown’s first bicycle, 46

Churchtown’s first elected representative, 89.

Churchtown’s first North Cork Title, 21, 140

Churchtown’s first TV set, 251

Churchtown’s Grenade-throwing Champion, 177

Churchtown’s Horse Racing Heritage (by Jack Murphy), 464/465

Churchtown’s Irish Champion Jockey, 196/197

Churchtown’s last sidecar, 245.

Churchtown’s Latitude and Longitude, 174

Churchtown’s Musical Heritage, 86/88, 202, 237, 245, 246, 411/414, 444/446, 556, 557, 190, 196, 563, 565, 567,

Churchtown’s oldest artefact, 549

Churchtown’s sea-level rating, 242

Churchtown’s Security Force, 184,

Churchtown’s Sporting History: Barra, 44, Road Bowling, 51], Boxing,74,

Churchtown’s Sporting Tradition: Churchtown Games, 90, Greyhounds, 159, GAA, 139/149, 544, 545, 546, Horse Racing: 1919 Irish Derby Success 92/93, Champion Jockey, 196/197, O’Brien Dynasty, 208/211, 553, Point-to-Point, 226-229, 554, ,  Soccer Club, 104, Scoubeen, 241/242, Terrier Racing, 251

Churchtown’s Vincent O’Brien; first Irish trainer to transport horses by air, 209

Churchtown-born Nun awarded MBE, 50.

Cider: used in Baptisms, 461

Cider-making Churchtown parish, 109, 461.

Cider-making in Churchtown (by Noel Linehan), 461

CIE, 137,

Cillín, 24, 182, [see also Paircín na Cille, 214 and ‘The Cillín’, 447], 518

Cinema in Churchtown, 109

City of Westminster, 221

Civil Survey, 111, 215,

Civil War, 28, 38, 39, 66, 111, 161, 225, 262, 448

Cláirín, 242, 245

Clampar, The, 112

Clan na Gael, 31

Clancy brothers, 398

Clare, 157, 249

Clarke, Fred, 208

Clarke, John de Barry, Rev., 97

Clarke, John, 306

Clarkson family [Lackeen], 448

Clarkson, Johanna, 341

Clarkson, John, 322, 305

Clarkson, Margaret, 341

Clarkson, Ml., 319.

Clarson, John (305) see Clarkson, John

Clashelane Cross, 395

Clashelane, 41, 66, 74, 112, 150, 159, 168, 176, 178, 191, 214, 232, 250, 256, 259, 293, 326, 362, 391, 393, 509

Clashelane: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 293

Clashelane: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 326

Clashelane: Household Census 1901, 1911, 293

Clashelane: population Census 1841, 1851, 1911

Clashganniff: see Clashganniv

Clashganniv [frequently Clashganniff] 21, 29, 34, 40, 65, 80, 96, 112, 125, 130, 131, 159, 160, 170, 176, 177, 207, 250, 259, 294, 327, 393, 453, 464, 565

Clashganniv Hill, 123

Clashganniv House, 113

Clashganniv Road, 65, 325

Clashganniv: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 327

Clashganniv: Household Census 1901, 1911, 294

Clashganniv: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 294

Clayton, Harry, 124

Cleary, James, 322

Cleary, John, 123

Cleese, Mrs [illegitimate sister of 5th Earl Egmont], 429

Cligget, James, 37

Cliggott family, 73

Cliggott, Mick, 587

Clogheen House, 91

Clonbanin Ambush, 268

Clonmel, 60, 554

Clonsilla, 65, 104

Cloughaun Dallaun, 113, 175, 178, 523

Cloyne Cathedral, 60

Cloyne, 80

Cloyne, bishopric, 76

Cloyne, Dioceses of (C.of I], 69, 70, 72, 421

Cloyne, Dioceses of (RC), 135, 136, 448

CNN Tower, 120

Cnoceen na Gé [Kilgrogan], 508

Coal-Cattle Pact, 39

Cobh Ramblers AFC, 104

Cobh, 454 see also Queenstown

Cockran, Denis, 277

Coffin Ships, 154

Coghlan family [Ballyvaheen], 44

Coghlan farm [Annagh], 181

Coghlan farm [Ballyvaheen], 54

Coghlan Matthew (Ballyvaheen], 319, 480, 483, 487, 488, 489, 491, 493, 495, 498, 499, 503, 508,

Coghlan, Cornelius [Ballyvaheen], 319.

Coghlan, John [Ballyvaheen] 287, 319, 480, 488, 489, 490, 498, 499, 503, 508,

Coghlan, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Cullig], 329

Coghlan, Matt [Annagh], 237

Coghlan, Mrs. J. [Ballyvaheen], 487

Coghlan, Patricia, 34,

Coghlan, Patrick [Cullig], 125; his VW car, 524

Coghlan, Patrick [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountbridget), 340,

Coghlan, Rev. James, 83

Coghlan, Thomas, 339

Coghlans [Annagh], 89, 172

Colaiste Croí Naofa, 165, 181, 205

Cole, Walter, 51.

Coleman Eliza, 157

Coleman, Darby, 278.

Coleman, Dennis, 277

Coleman, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Coleman, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Ballynamuck)], 317

Coleman, Julia, 80

Coleman, Noel, 560

Coleman, Paddy [Larry], 139

Coleman, Timothy

Coleman, William [1766 Churchtown Census Return], 276

Coleman, William [Harrisburg, Pa.], 157

Colgan, Fr. Philip, C.C., 77

Colgriff, Widow, 284

Collins, Colette, 101

Collins, Connor, 277.

Collins, Darby, 278.

Collins, David, 278.

Collins, Greg, 95, 133, 457

Collins, Michael, 111, 262, 474

Collins, Noel, 188

Collins, Patrick [Pádraig Ó Coileáin] NT, 101, 573

Collop, 113

Colman, Saint, 46

Colonel Hargraves’ Regiment, 91

Combined Harvester, 253

Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann, 192

Commission for Defective Titles, 1606, 120

Commissioners for Church Temporalities [Ireland], 53

Common Car, 113

Community Centre, 24, 74, 78, 83, 85, 86, 89, 99, 107, 108, 109, 113,114, 148, 158, 169, 183, 231, 237, 250, 260, 457, 459, 471, 472, 473, 474, 476, 555, 569, 584

Community Centre: pre and pos-restoration, 540

Community Entertainment, A (by Colette Moloney), 411/414

Community Hall, 457; see Community Centre

Compton, Catherine, 221, 418

Conacre, 114, 421

Concertina exponents 203

Condon, James, [Shoemaker] 73, 291, 292

Condon, Jim [Itinerant fiddle teacher], 445

Condon, John, 576

Condon, W. 227

Condon, Willie Joe, 73, 144, 198, 684, 547

Confederacy, 259

Confederate War [see also Rebellion [1641], 124, 214, 266

Congested Districts Board, 114

Conkerfield, The [Lisgriffin], 413

Conna, 60

Connacht, 259.

Connel, Cornelius [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Connel, Honour, 278.

Connel, John [1766 Churchtown Census] 278,

Connell, [O] Denny, 28, 46, 136, 177, 184, 249

Connell, Cors. [1833 Tithe Applotment (Carrigeen)] 289, 320,

Connell, Daniel, 278.

Connell, James [Burton Park], 288

Connell, James [Creggannacourty], 328

Connell, James [Cullig], 329

Connell, Jeremiah, 307

Connell, Jeremiah, 336

Connell, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Ballynamuck), 317.

Connell, Mary, 291, 292,

Connell, Patrick, 283.

Connell, Tim, 144

Connell, Timothy [1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Connell, Timothy [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Egmont), 331

Connell, Widow, 277.

Connell, William [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Ballynaboul), 316

Connell, William [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Egmont)], 330

Connell, William [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountbridget), 339

Conner, Conner, 277

Conner, Darby, 278

Connor [sometime Connors] William, 77, 156, 303, 336

Connor, Cornelius, 278

Connor, David, 328

Connor, Elizabeth, 333

Connor, Hannah, 291

Connor, Pat, 92, 190

Connor, Thomas, 336

Connor’s Wood, 114, 493,

Connors, Jack, 130

Connors, Jack, 226

Connors, Kate, 299

Connors, Mick 562

Connors, Mick, 138

Connors, Timothy, 277, 280.

Connors, William, 307

Conron family [Walshestown], 82, 266, 452

Conron, Ann, 453

Conron, Arthur, 454

Conron, Carleton, 453

Conron, Christopher, 276, 453

Conron, Diana [wife of George Conron], 454

Conron, George, 454

Conron, Hatton, 454

Conron, Jane [daughter of Arthur Conron], 454

Conron, Mary [daughter of George Conron], 454

Conron, Mary [daughter of William Conron], 453

Conron, Mary [wife of Robert Conron]

Conron, Rev. Downes, 16, 97, 265, 266, 450, 454

Conron, Richard [d. c. 1720] 265, 266, 276, 453,

Conron, Richard [Jnr – d. 1807],], 265

Conron, Robert, 453

Conron, William, 453

Conroy family, 474

Conroy, Carmel, 24, 150, 207, 474, 567,

Conroy, Colm, 147, 149, 475, 545, 546

Conroy, Delia, 475

Conroy, Emma, 24

Convent of Mercy, Buttevant, 30

Convert Rolls 115.

Converts, 247

Conway, Billy, 510

Conway, Francis, 202, 247, 567, 458

Coogan, Tim Pat, 474

Cooke, Val, 24, 202, 246,

Coolasmuttane, Newtownshandrum, 199, 444

Coolcaum Bridge, 34, 115, 394, 531,

Coolcaum, 114

Coolemore, 275; see Coolmore

Cooline Cemetry, 139

Coolmore [also Coolemore], 39, 48, 115, 117, 166, 177, 214, 216, 229, 249, 250, 251, 256, 259, 275, 295, 327, 363, 451

Coolmore: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 295

Coolmore: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 327

Coolmore: Household Census 1901, 1911, 295

Coolmore: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 295

Co-Operative Movement, [Irish], 19, 22, 31, 115, 167, 451

Coote, Royalist/Parliamentarian soldier, 67

Copstone, 205

Copstown limestone, 74

Corbett, Adrian, 146, 147, 545

Corbett, Dr., 122, 269

Corbett, Gerry, 95, 115, 459, 568, 577

Corbett’s farm, 182

Corbett-Dunlea house, 150

Cork [city], 58, 95,139, 446, 454, 470, 481, 482, 494,

Cork [county], 27, 117, 206, 215, 248, 250, 254, 263, 418, 432, 433/434 [post-Famine Emigration figures], 440, 454, 585

Cork [North], 455

Cork [West], 455

Cork Advertiser, 205

Cork Airport, 29

Cork Assizes, 10, 19, 55, 222, 430

Cork Butter Market, 439

Cork Constitution or Cork Morning Post, 205, 442

Cork County Board, [GAA], 139

Cork County Council, 21, 30, 38, 42, 89, 104, 113, 115, 129, 133, 137, 160, 192, 259, 271,

Cork County Minor Hurling Championship 1990: winners; Churchtown, 148, 546

Cork Defence Union, 174

Cork Evening Herald, 206

Cork Examiner, 18, 94, 140, 153, 173, 174, 199, 206, 255, 426, 442, 436

Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 160

Cork Intelligencer, 56, 205

Cork Jail, 56

Cork Mercantile Chronicle, 205

Cork Mercury, 205

Cork No 4 Brigade, 249

Cork North Enterprise, 457

Cork Person of the Year, 2001, 24, 201

Cork Southern Reporter, 206

Cork Sportsman, 206

Cork Weekly Examiner, 140

Corke [Cork], 15

Corkery family [Windmill], 66

Corkery Headstone, Kilgrogan, 552

Corkery, Catherine [1911 Census (Rath), 306

Corkery, Catherine, [O’Flaherty’s Shop] 211

Corkery, Daniel, 285

Corkery, Jeremiah, 171

Corkery, John [1842], 171

Corkery, John [1901 Census (Rath), 306

Corkery, John [1911 Census (Carrigeen), 36, 289

Corkery, John [Confirmation Class 1967], 573

Corkery, Mary, 66

Corkery, Ned ???????, 83 >WONDER SHOUL IT BE NED DOYLE?

Corkery, Pat, 83,

Cork-Limerick road, 205

Corn Laws, 116

Corncrake, 116,

Corner House, 117, 150, 151

Corner of Buttevant, A (by Albert Daly), 448

Corney’s Well, 117,

Cosgrave, Eliza, 326

Cosgrave, Richd. 317, 318

Costelloe home and family, 96, 578

Costelloe house, 269

Costelloe, Cass, 86, 87, 250, 583

Costelloe, Denis Pat, 87, 171, 269, 538, 563

Costelloe, Jim [Sheehan’s Forge], 244

Costelloe, Kevin, 86, 87, 89, 168, 177, 487, 502

Costelloe, Mrs Elizabeth [‘Lil’], 168, 487, 564, 565

Costelloe, Sam, 87, 168, 176, 486, 492, 496, 498, 502, 505

Costelloe, T.J., 87, 13, 273, 543, 563

Costelloe, Thomas, 73, 168, 176, 177, 178, 486, 496, 498, 502, 505, 565

Costelloes [Variety Company], 260

Costelloes [Village], 151, 225, 525,

Cottage Rake see O’Brien, Dr. M.V (208/211) and The Homecoming of Cottage Rake, 623/624.

Cottage Rake Trophy, 145

Cottage Rake, 553

Cotter Rev James (P.P), 22, 78, 80

Cotter, Rev William Henry (C.I.), 20, 46, 98, 191, 248, 298,

Cottier, 117,

Cotts, Stephen, 276

Cough Water, 89,

Coughlan, Catherine, 287.

Coughlan, Cornelius [1766 Churchtown Census], 276,

Coughlan, Dan, 84

Coughlan, David [Annagh], 582

Coughlan, David, [1833 Tithe Applotment (Ballyvaheen], 287

Coughlan, Hannah, 291.

Coughlan, Jeremiah, 100.

Coughlan, John, 77, 156, 257, 297

Coughlan, Michael, 276.

Coughlan, Patrick [1901, 1911 Census, (Cullig)], 297

Coughlan, Patrick [Subscriber to Churchtown Famine Relief Fund] 156, 329

Coughlan, Thomas, 276.

Coughlan; P & J Ryan employee, 582

County Constabulary, 216

County Dublin, 117,

County Library [Cork], 216

County Waterford, 117

County, 117

Court of Chancery, 60

Court of Exchequer, 224

Court of Wards [Dublin], 416

Court of Wards [English], 416

Courthouse, Cork, 115

Courtney [first Churchtown famine victim], 18,

Courtney, Humphrey, 277

Covey, Stephen,.43

Cowhey [Annagh & Churchtown House} plot at Kilgrogan Cemetery, 552

Cowhey family [Annagh & Churchtown House], 91,

Cowhey family [Annagh], 34, 171

Cowhey family [Churchtown House], 171

Cowhey family [Imogane], 167

Cowhey farm [Kilgrogan], 508

Cowhey, Bessie, 21, 92, 130,464, 554, 586

Cowhey, Catherine M, 36, 92.

Cowhey, Catherine, 36

Cowhey, Dr. Mary, [also ‘Margaret’ and ‘Molly’], 80, 83, 84, 92, 171, 224, 586

Cowhey, Elizabeth M, 36

Cowhey, James, J.P. (Churchtown House), 36, 73, 92, 156, 292

Cowhey, Jimmy [Imogane], 125, 227

Cowhey, John D., 77, 156, 279, 281

Cowhey, Margaret [1901 Churchtown Census], 80, 92, 280, 291

Cowhey, Mrs. Johanna, 73

Cowhey, P, 77

Cowhey, Thomas [1860 Petition signatory], 77

Cowhey, Thomas [1901,1911 Census (Egmont)], 299

Cowhey’s Fort Field, 118

Cowhey’s Rock, 118,181

Cowhey’s Wood, 138

Cowhy David [1833 Tithe Commissioner], 257, 279

Cowhy, Daniel, 279

Cowhy, David, 83, 257, 297, 301, 480

Cowhy, Francis, 77

Cowhy, James, 257, 301, 307, 326, 333

Cowhy, John, 257, 279,

Cowhy, John, 311

Cowhy, Mary Ann, 331

Cowhy, Mrs. Johanna [Imogane], 83, 302, 312

Cowly [Crowley?] Dnl. 323

Cox, Sir Richard

Craganicourty [Cregannacourty], 275

Craig, Maurice, 357

Crane [fireplace], 118

Creagh, Bridget, 455

Creagh, Henry B., 283.

Creagh-Brazier, Henry, 41

Creagh-Brazier, Langley, 98

Creagh-Brazier, William, 56

Crean, John, 230, 322, 323

Creedon, Cornelius, 307

Creedon, Denis, 64.

Creedon, Jane, 292.

Creedon, Mr. Mrs David, 80

Creedon, Patrick, 286.

Creedon, Thade, 299

Creedon, V., 227

Cregane: see Cregannacourty

Creganecourty, 256

Cregannacourty [also Craganicourty, Creganecourty, Cregane], 14, 16, 83, 118, 128, 182, 250, 259, 275, 296, 299, 328, 363,364, 391, 393, 393, 451

Creggannacourty: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 296

Creggannacourty: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 328

Creggannacourty: Household Census 1901, 1911, 296

Creggannacourty: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 296

Creighton, Cornelius, 339

Creighton, Johanna, 337

Creighton, Margaret, 330

Creighton, Maurice, 330

Cremen [Cremin] Peter, 304, 504

Cremin, John, 172, 173

Cremins, Benjamin, 36, 142

Cremins, Mary, 411, 412

Crofton, Mary, 450

Crofts Christopher [Velvetstown], 93, 227,

Crofts Elizabeth [née Purcell], 91

Crofts family, 91

Crofts, Alicia, 91

Crofts, Anne, 91,

Crofts, Catherine, 91,

Crofts, Christopher [1833 Tithe Applotment], 282

Crofts, Christopher [Churchtown House], 14, 90, 265, 453

Crofts, Elizabeth, 91

Crofts, Freeman Wills [writer], 91

Crofts, Freeman Wills George, 91

Crofts, Freeman Wills, [Jnr.], 91

Crofts, Freeman,

Crofts, George, [Jnr.], 90, 91

Crofts, George, 16, 82, 90, 152

Crofts, James, 277

Crofts, Marie Marten, 91

Crofts, Rev. Freeman Wills, 17, 91, 257, 290, 305, 307, 320, 421, 432

Crofts, Rev. George Spread, 266

Crofts, Rev. George, 91

Crofts, Roger, 90

Crofts, Wills George [High Sheriff, Cork County], 57, 76, 91,

Crofts, Wills George [son of Rev Freeman Wills], 282

Crofts, Wills, [Jnr.], 91

Crofts, Wills, Eleanor, 82

Crofts, Wills, JP, 90, 91, 276

Croke, Edmond, 277

Croke, Thomas [Hedge Schoolmaster], 164, 198, 444

Cromwellian Settlement [Plantation], 127, 259

Crone, Robert, 278

Croneen, James, 277.

Croneen, Michael, 276

Croneen, Patrick, 277

Croney, Timothy, 277

Cronin [Askeaton], 109

Cronin family [Ballindillanig], 40

Cronin John [Ballyadam], 41, 224

Cronin, Donal, 573

Cronin, John [Confirmation Class 1967], 573

Cronin, Mary, 172

Cronin, Mr. [NT], 100

Cronin, Mrs Margaret, 586

Cronin, Paddy Joe, 54, 145

Cronin, Paddy Joe, 544

Cronin, Paddy, 582

Cronin, Sergeant [Passenger on Aghaburren plane landing] 28

Cronin, Sergeant Jeremiah [RIC], 179, 291..

Cronin’s field, 84

Croom, 185

Cros, Charles, 151

Crosby, Bing, 110

Crotty, Widow, 277

Crow dance, 587

Crowley family, 159

Crowley, Brian MEP, 559

Crowley, Daniel, 290, 323?

Crowley, Declan, 146, 147, 545

Crowley, Denis, 149

Crowley, James, 146, 147, 545

Crowley, John [1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277

Crowley, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountcorbitt), 342

Crowley, John [Under-12 Gaelic player] 148, 545, 546

Crowley, Kieran, 148, 149

Crowley, Liam, 89, 147, 545, 546

Crowley, Margaret, 96, 550,

Crowley, Michael John

Crowley, Patrick [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountcorbitt), 342

Crowley, Patrick [Under-12 Gaelic player] 148

Crowley, Paul, 146

Crowley, Thomas, 147, 148

Crowly, Daniel, 69, 257,

Crown forces, 249

Crown Solicitor for Ulster, 254

Cuairt an Mean Oiche, 164,

Cub Index, 469

Cuchulainn, 194, 241

Cuillinugh, John, 77

Cúl Gate, 118, 170.

Culleagh, 451; see Cullig

Cullen, Anne, 323

Cullen, John, 99.

Cullen, Margaret, 330

Cullen, Paul

Cullig [sometimes Culleagh or Killig] 73, 74, 96, 119, 131, 143, 193, 207, 224, 250, 256, 259, 297, 329, 350

Cullig: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 297

Cullig: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 329

Cullig: Household Census 1901, 1911, 297

Cullig: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 297

Cullinan, Charlie, 569

Culloden, Battle of, 31, 195

Culloty family [Mountcorbitt], 532

Culloty, Jim, 25, 132, 196

Culloty, Michael, 189

Cummings, General H.R., 268

Cummins, Fr. Stephen, 79, 101

Cunningham acre, 27

Cunningham, Jim, 457

Curabally, 171

Cures [Oral tradition], 483; see also Whooping Cough, 269

Curie, Marie, 272

Curragh, 21, 92, 104, 464, 554

Curraheen Bridge, 14, 19, 43, 117, 119, 531

Currie, Home & Woodgate, 428 [should read: Currie Horne & Woodgate, regular Solicitors to 5th Earl Egmont], 430.

Currymount, 177, 586

Currymount, 61, 122, 269

Curtin farm, 44

Curtin, Dan [Egmont], 159

Curtin, Dan, 36

Curtin, Jim, 159

Curtin, Jimmy [Egmont],. 159

Curtin, Kieran [Ciaran], 148, 149, 545, 546

Curtin, Peter, 84

Curtin-Mrs Hannah [see also Curtin, Hannah O’Leary, p.73], 244

Curtin-O’Leary, Hannah, 73, 264,

Cusack, McTiernan, Solicitors, 271, 45

Cusack, Michael, 206

Cusack, Pat, 53, 271, 457

Cusack, Rev. Martin, C.C., 73, 78, 86, 89

Custom of the Manor, 119

Cut-throat razor, 120, 238

D’Orslet, Louise, 222

Dáil Éireann, 66, 111

Dairygold, 85

Dálaigh [Daly or Dawly] Owen ‘Clampar’, 112

Dallas, Texas, 203

Daly family [Ballynaboul], 509

Daly family [Clashelane], 112

Daly, Albert [‘Bertie’], 269, 448, 560

Daly, Ann, 19,

Daly, Anne Marie

Daly, Bridget, 36

Daly, James, 104, 464

Daly, John, 37, 285, 286

Daly, Lizzie, 37

Daly, Michael, 148

Daly, Neily, 148, 546

Daly, Paddy, 148

Daly, Rev. Daniel, 75, 79

Daly’s Grove, 19, 61

Damascus, 37

Damper, William, 40

Danaher family, 159, 239

Danaher, Christy, 75, 83, 86, 113, 197, 203, 239, 251

Danaher, John, 301

Danaher, Mrs. Christy, 83

Dance Hall Act, 1935, 412, 414

Dances, 411/414; see also Sheehan’s Forge, 244, and Clashelane, 112

Daniels [Variety Company], 260

Danish Blue cheese, 192

Darnstown, 42

Darrell, Mrs Lionel [née Tierney], 430

Darrell, Rev.[Sir] Lionel, 19, 91, 97, 222, 255, 430, 431, 435

Dashing Duhallows, 124, [see also Duhallow Hunt].

Daughters of Charity, 50

Davern, Noel TD, 193, 566

Davitt, Michael, 19, 37, 173,

Daw, James, 276

Dawly, Charles, 277

Dawly, Daniel [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 276.

Dawly, Daniel [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277

Dawly, Maurice, 277

Dawson, Colonel James, 185

de Barry family, 416

de Barry, David Oge, 416

de Barry, Odo, 97, 225, 230, 448, 449

de Barry, Philip, 14, 416, 449

de Barry, Robert, 416

de Barry, William, 416 {previous mention also ..check0

de Barry-Clark, John, 448/449

de Barrys of Annagh, 35, 41

de Brechne, Sir John, 217

de Breffny, B., 357

de Courcy, Edmond, 324

de Courcy, Michael, 324

de La Cour, Rev., 156

De re metallica, 123

de Swafham, Bishop John, DD, 224, 225

de Tocqueville, Alexis, 121

de Valera, Éamon, 36, 236

Dead Field [Kilgrogan], 508

Deadly Nightshade, 190

Deady, Hugh, 278

Deeds, Registry of, 120,

Deenihan, Mick, 138, 172

Deeny, Dr. James, 261

Deep Romance, Peter O’Sullivans Gowran Park and Wexford winner, 554

Deerpark, Charleville, 21, 140

Defective Titles, 120,

Defence of the Realm, Regulations [Act], 38, 49

Deighan’s Geography, 164

Delay, Denis, 198

Delee, Joe, 149, 545

Demesne, 120,

Dempsey, Anna Moore

Dempsey, Noel, TD, 254

Dempsey, Tom, 24, 149, 567

Denahy, James, 290, 307.

Denise, Claire, 459

Denlen Electronics, 71, 120,

Dennahy, John, 276

Dennehy, James [also Denahy], 120, 156, 211, 257, 290, 307, 323, 330

Dennehy’s [Shinanagh] Bridge, 30, 39, 120, 211, 531,

Department of Arts, Sport & Tourism, 472

Department of Supplies, 236

Deposition of 1641, 68, 121

Dereenafalla, 43

Dering, Dan, 59

Derry [City] 170,

Derry [County], 153, 411

Derrynane, 163

Desmond [Ballyhea Hurler], 142

Desmond Rising, 37

Desmond, Cors., 317

Desmond, John, 323

Devane, John, 297

Devil and Dr. Faustus, The, 164

Devlin, Joseph, 36

Devon Commission, 121

Devon, Lord, 121

Dick Mulcahy’s Pension, 75

Dick, D.V. [jockey], 93

Dictionary of Churchtown, A (by Denis J. Hickey), 27/273

Diet [1820s], 420, 436/437 [post-Famine],

Dill, Lady Nancy, 124

Dillon, ‘Ned [Edmond], 72, 121, 230, 266, 306, 341

Dillon, Ellen, 121, 306

Dillon, John, 36

Dillon, Noel, 95, 133, 567, 473

Dillon, Richard, 277

Din Joe, 234

Dinantian age, 74

Dineen, Cors., 313.

Dineen’s Fr. Catechism, 30

Dines see Flynn, Paddy

Directory of Townlands and District Electoral Divisions and Ancient Baronies in the County of Cork, 42

Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland, 114

Dispensary, 122, 237,

Dispossessed Irish landowners, 262

Dissenters, 256

District Electoral Division, 122

Divining, 123.

Dogherty, John, 312.

Doherty [Ballyhea hurler], 142

Doherty, James E., 165

Doherty, Noreen, 211

Donation of Ireland, 174

Doncaster Sales, 92

Dondon, Patrick, 277

Donegal [county], 455

Donegan, Michael, 322

Donegan, Thomas, 307, 344

Doneraile Conspiracy, 112, 118,

Doneraile National School, 164

Doneraile Papers, 174

Doneraile Park, 38

Doneraile, 30, 38, 55, 56, 57, 61, 62, 98, 112, 145, 149, 165, 189, 413, 560, 584

Doneraile, Lord, 272

Donkey Sanctuary, 392

Donnelly’s Hollow, 92

Donnelly’s Sausages, 234

Donoghue, S., 92

Donovan, Dick, 564

Donovan, Margaret, 550

Doody, Daniel, 277.

Doody, James, 84.

Doody, John, 277

Dooleys Height, 123,

Doolin, Patrick, 276

Dooly, James, 307.

Dooly, Thomas, 336

Dorney, Ben [Team mascot, 1961],145, 544, 573

Dorney, Mrs Katie, 73

Dorney, Ned, 81, 145, 197, 544, 545

Dorney, Robert, 146, 147, 545

Dorney’s Lorry, 144

Dortmund, 123, 458

Double Summer Time, 124

Dougherty, Laurence, 277.

Dougherty, Patrick, 276

Dowager Countess Listowel: see Listowel Dowager Countess.

Dowling, Tony, 520

Dowling’s Book-keeping, 164

Down Express, The, 89

Down Survey, 124,

Downerayle, 417 see Doneraile

Downey, James, 22

Downey, Michael, 337

Downing St., London, 207

Downside College, 60

Dowse, Richard, 46

Doyle [Annagh], 144

Doyle ‘Paudie’, 104, 145, 149, 544, 569

Doyle family [Egmont View], 129

Doyle family [Village], 237

Doyle, Cornelius, 306

Doyle, Frankie, 569

Doyle, Jimmy, 143

Doyle, John [famine emigrant], 157

Doyle, John, 145, 544

Doyle, Michael, 146, 147, 149, 545,546

Doyle, Mike, 89

Doyle, Ned, 75

Doyle, Thomas [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown) 1851, 321.

Doyle, Thomas [Pennsylvania], 157

Doyle, William, 321.

Dreaper, Tom, 464

Drinan family, 66

Drinan’s farm, 51

Drishane, 215

Drogheda, 201

Dromcorbett [Mountcorbitt] 256

Dromina, 89, 114

Dromohane, 53

Droumcorbett [Mountcorbitt], 305

Druids, 106, 212,

Drumcollogher, 205

Drumcorbit [Mountcorbitt], 424

Drumcorbitt [Mountcorbitt], 18

Drummond, Thomas, 216

Dualla, 417 see Duhallow

Duane, Anne, 313.

Duane, Bridget, 282.

Duane, David, 307, 313, 339

Duane, Edward, 176.

Duane, John [1833 Tithe Applotment (Killig/Cullig), 297

Duane, John 1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown), 307

Duane, Margaret, 282, 283.

Duane, Mary, 336

Duane, Michael, 83, 282, 283

Duane, Patrick [1918 Anti-Conscription Pledge, Signatory] 36

Duane, Patt, [1833 Tithe Commissioner], 257, 307

Duane, Tommy 145, 544

Duane, Widow, 307

Duane, William [1833 Tithe Commissioner] 257

Duane, William [Snr.], 77, 307, 313

Duane, Wm. [Jnr.], 307, 313

Dublin [city], 19, 21, 33, 136, 173, 195, 262, 265, 440, 453, 585

Dublin Castle, 155, 254,

Dublin, [county], 22, 256,

Duchy of Lancaster, 217

Dues, 124,

Duggan, Denis, 299

Duggan, John, 311.

Duggan, Mrs [Annagh], 480

Duggan, Widow, 276.

Duggan, Willie, 53, 204

Duggan’s, Ben [Lisgriffin Crossroads], 49

Duhallow Hunt, 112, 124, 128, 137, 150, 208, 564

Duhallow, 18, 41, 69, 70, 215, 256

Dumpit, 104, 125,

Dunbarry [also Dunebarry] 99, 122, 126, 168, 203, 256, 259, 275, 329, 451

Dunbarry: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 298

Dunbarry: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 329

Dunbarry: Household Census 1911, 298

Dunbarry: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 298

Dunboy Castle, 43, 119

Dundalk, 246

Dunebarry, 275; see Dunbarry

Dungourney, 60, 70, 97, 126,

Dunlea, Edward [Edmond], 36, 308

Dunlea, John, 308

Dunlea, Patrick, 542,

Dunlea’s Field, Leap, 257

Dunnagan, James, 277

Dunnagan, John, 276.

Dunnagan, Philip, 276

Dunne, Cass, 250

Dunne, Jimmy, 233, 583

Dunne, John, 322

Dunne, Willie, 112, 203, 411, 412, 413

Dunston, John, 44

Dwane, Catherine, 158

Dwane, Tommy, see Duane, Tommy

Dwyer, Rev. Edward, P.P, 7, 79.

Eamhain Mhaca, 241

Eardisland, 57

East Looe, 222

East Lynne, 260

Easter Rising [50th Anniversary], 23

Easter Rising, 1916, 35, 267

Eaton Square, London, 189

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 69

Echo [Evening], 132, 136

Eclipse, HMS, 134,

Ecology of Churchtown, 385/389: see also Stack’s Bridge, 249.

Economic War, 39

Eddery, Jimmy, 197, 209

Eddery, Pat, 22, 130, 197, 465,

Eddy, Nelson, 109

Eden, Anthony, 86

Edinburgh University, 255

Edison, Thomas, 151

Education [Itinerant teachers], 488: see also Churchtown Schools 99/103, Hedge School, 163/164 and Owen Roe O’Sullivan in Churchtown, 499/500

Education: 437/438, see also Churchtown Schools.

Edward 1, King, 14

Egan brothers, Jerry, John, 40, 244, 250

Egan family [Ballygrace], 150

Egan family [Egmont View], 20, 129, 234, 251, 256,

Egan Michael ‘Hasset’, 560

Egan, Bill [Sheehan’s Forge], 244, 413, 543

Egan, Bill, [Ballyhoura Ramblers], 204, 413, 565

Egan, Bridie, 64

Egan, Daniel, 339

Egan, Denis [Creggannacourty], 296

Egan, Denis, [Confirmation Class of ‘67], 573

Egan, Densy, 226, 580, 586

Egan, Dinny, 40, 413

Egan, Ellie, 37

Egan, Jerry, 413

Egan, Joe [Member of 1969 North Cork Novice Hurling Champions] 145, 544

Egan, Joe [Sheehan’s Forge Stage] 413

Egan, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Egan, John, 48, 339

Egan, Johnny, 543

Egan, Mary (‘Weenie Mary’), [Churchtown Village] 36, 291, 481, 482

Egan, Mary [Cregannacourty], 296

Egan, Michael [Signatory, 1918 Anti-Conscription Pledge] 36,

Egan, Michael, [1851 Griffith’s Valuation (Leap], 336

Egan, Mrs [Ballygrace], 269.

Egan, Ned, 94, 586.

Egan, Owen [1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277

Egan, Owen [Carrigeen], 289.

Egan, Owen [Quarry Ganger] 137

Egan, Patrick [Annagh Bogs], 280, 310

Egan, Patrick [Carrigeen}, 289

Egan, Patrick [Land League activist] 173,

Egan, Richard, 481

Egan, Thomas, 276.

Egmont [townland], 15, 17, 19, 20, 22, 41, 43, 69, 74, 109, 124, 126, 129,130, 134, 137, 144, 154, 159, 198, 203, 206, 226, 229, 231, 232, 237, 250, 256, 257, 259, 264. 330, 331, 365, 366, 367, 368, 432, 444, 461, 493, 495
Egmont Arms Hotel, Kanturk, 436

Egmont Barn [New Barn], 391, 392, 393

Egmont Bay, 126, 551

Egmont Cross, 391, 393, 395

Egmont Estate, 222, 416, 418

Egmont Estate, tenant’s meeting, 174

Egmont Estate: 1981 rent receipt, 549

Egmont Estates [1822 Survey], 69

Egmont Estates [Egmont/Darrell settlement], 222

Egmont Estates [indebtedness], 422/423, 427

Egmont Hall [Egmont House], 127.

Egmont House, 82, 109, 125, 126, 127, 150, 170, 190, 204, 245, 532,

Egmont House: 1737 panoramic watercolour’ The Honour of Burton’, 548

Egmont Place, 128, 201

Egmont Row, 463 ….there is an earlier ref

Egmont Stud, 128

Egmont Stud, 65, 554

Egmont View, 128, 244, 251

Egmont View, 41, 128, 203, 234, 256,

Egmont Villa, 129,

Egmont, Augustus Arthur, 8th Earl, 223

Egmont, Cape, 126, 551

Egmont, Charles George, 7th Earl, 20, 223, 433, 440, 442, 435, 444

Egmont, Charles John, 9th Earl, 223

Egmont, Earl of; see also under ‘Perceval’.

Egmont, Frederick George Moore, 11th Earl, 48, 223

Egmont, Frederick Joseph Trevelyan, claimant to title of 10th Earl, 223

Egmont, George James, 6th Earl, 222, 429, 440, 432, 435,

Egmont, Geraldine Countess of, 24

Egmont, Henry Frederick John James, 5th Earl, 19, 222, 422, 425, 426, 427, 428, 429 [death of, 430], 431, 438, 440, 463, 467

Egmont, Henry, Frederick John James, 5th Earl: Last Will and Testament of, successful court challenge to, 428/431, 467

Egmont, John James, 3rd Earl, 222

Egmont, John, 4th Earl, 222, 426

Egmont, Lucy Countess of, 21, 189

Egmont, Mount, 12Egmont Place Housing Development, 571

Egmont, Sir John [Jnr. 2nd Earl and later Baron Arden 220

Egmont, Sir, John, 1st Earl, 16, 17, 35, 219, 418, 451,

Egmont: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 298

Egmont: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 330/331

Egmont: Household Census 1901, 1911, 299

Egmont: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 299

Egmont’s smile [2nd Lord] ‘a rarity, reserved for chess’, 221

Egmonte, Lord, 307

Elizabethan Plantation, 262

Elk, 129,

Elk, Great Irish, 21, 231

Ellard, Fr. CC, 578

Ellard, Fr. Michael, C.C., 77

Ellard, Jack, 244, 413

Ellard, Jack, 413

Ellard, Neil, 547

Emergency Powers Order, 1939, 183, 184

Emergency Service Medal, 175

Emergency, The, 209

Emigration, 129, 433/434

Enclosure, 349, 354, 363,366, 369, 373, 374, 375,

Encumbered Estates Acts, 130,

Encumbered Estates Court, 130

Endeavour Award Plaque, 517

England, 86, 90, 95, 155, 157, 262, 461, 465

England, Rev. Thomas, 56

Enniskeane, 123

Enterprise Ireland, 471, 473

Eontec, 458, 459

Episcopalian Church, 131

Equine connections, 130,

Equine Sculpture [Village Square], 189, 242, 522

ESB [Electricity Supply Board], 22, 234, 469

Escheator, 132,

Escheatorship of Ireland, 132

Escheatorship of Munster, 132

Espiegle, 212.

Essays of Historical Interest, 416/477

Established Church, 132, 215, 256

ETESSA, 165

EU Leader Grant, 468

EU Renewal Grants, 116

Eucharistic Congress, 21, 132,

Europe, 432, 476

European Union Urban & Village Renewal Scheme, 133, 468

Evans, Professor E. Estyn, 259

Evening Echo, 205, 456

Evening Echo: Front-page article on removal of Flannery-pub furnishings to Vienna, 550

Ever Ready [blade], 238

Evergreen Bacon, Sausages and Black Pudding, 205

Extra Magnificent Yeti, The, 568

Fabian of the Yard, 110

Facing the Millennium with Confidence, 95, 457

Faerie Queen, 38.

Fagley, Owen, 278.

Fairs: 488/489: see also Hiring-fair, 166.

Fairy thimble, 190

Falvey, Michael, 125

Falvey, Rev. Daniel, C.C, 76.

Famine Fever, 18, 76

Famine Relief Commission, 155

Fancy Dress Parade, 555

Fane, Adrian, 124

Far East, The, 169, 237

Farrandeen, 43, 133,

Farrissey home [Sheehan’s Forge], 150, 244

Farrissey, Gerry, 471, 476

Farrissey, Nora, 87, 112, 203, 244, 411, 412, 413, 414

FÁS team meets the President, 575,

FÁS, 113, 253, 468, 471, 472, 473, 476

FÁS, 9th Annual Community Initiative Awards, 108

Fee Simple, 133,

Feehan, Jeremiah, 306

Feenagh, 89

Fehan family [Ballynaboul], 509

Fehan, Ann, 214, 468, 554, 570

Fehan, Denis Jnr [GAA star], 546,554

Fehan, Denis, 71, 83, 104, 131, 148, 214, 468, 554, 558, 570

Fehan, John, 543, 554

Fehan, Paddy [‘Patie’], 83, 84, 143, 144, 181

Fehan, Thomas, 148, 149, 545, 546, 554

Fehin, Ben, 90, 137, 144, 534, 562

Fehin, Paddy [Liscarroll], 137

Fenessy [also Fennessy] William, 280, 302

Fennessy, Pat, N.T., 101

Ferguson tractor, 41

Fermanagh, 153

Fermoy Barracks, 267

Fermoy,

Fermoy, Lord

ffolliott, R, 357

Fianna Fáil [government], 39

Fianna Fáil, 89

Fiant, 133,

Fiants of Elizabeth, 265

Fiants of William and Mary, relating to the County Cork, 160

Fiants relating to the County Cork, 160

Field of the Innocents, 214

Field system, 351, 379/80

Field, Jeremiah, 278.

Fighting Seabees, The, 110

Filí an tSuláin, 262

Finch, Sergeant George [Garda], 472

Find the Lady see Three-Card Trick, 252

Fine Gael, 89

Fire, 489 see also Fulachtaí Fia, 138

First Active Plc, 456

First Air transport of horses to racing engagement, 209,

First Cloyne Diocesan Religious Examiner, 135

First Lord of the Admiralty, 221

First National Building Society [now First Active Pc], 201, 466

First of May, The, 413

First person to purchase a drink in Boss Murphy’s ‘Village Inn’, 460

First World War [the Great War], 20, 62, 80, 133, 272

Fisher, Denny, 64,541

Fisher, Diarmuid, 148, 149, 545, 546

Fisher, Jimmy, 147

Fisher, Joe, 168, 510, 543

Fisher, John, 41

Fisher, Lieutenant, 35

Fisher, Mrs Jim, 244

Fisher, Nan, 80

Fisher, Thomas {‘Tom’], 176

Fishguard, 132

Fit-Ups, see Travelling Shows, 260.

Fitz’s Glen, 135,

Fitzgerald [‘Fitz], Tom, 29, 139, 177, 282, 283

Fitzgerald farm [Mountbridget

Fitzgerald, Barry, 110

Fitzgerald, Dan Joe, MCC, 472, 547, 573

Fitzgerald, Edward [1766 Census], 277

Fitzgerald, Edward [1901 Census], 282

Fitzgerald, John, 299

Fitzgerald, Kitty, 198

Fitzgerald, Liam, 189, 207.

Fitzgerald, Ned, 83, 554

Fitzgerald, Patrick [1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Fitzgerald, Patrick [Griffith’s Valuation (Annagh South) 1851], 312

Fitzgerald, Richard, [1911 Census (Mountbridget)], 304,

Fitzgerald, Rick, 198, 460

Fitzgerald, Thomas [1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Fitzgerald, Thomas [1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown),] 307, 313

Fitzgibbon, Gerald [Snr] 77, 156, 257, 279, 329

Fitzgibbon, Maurice, 285

FitzHerbert, Mrs, 255.

Fitzmaurice, Col. James, 239.

Fitzmaurice, John, 276.

Fitzmaurice, Thomas, 277.

Fitzmorris, Revd, Kerry, 97, 449, 450

Fitzmorris, Ulysses [member of Lansdowne family of Kerry], 450

Fitzpatrick family [Coolmore], 115

Fitzpatrick, Billy [Willy], 140, 143, 177, 543

Fitzpatrick, Daniel, 300

Fitzpatrick, Jeremiah, 284.

Fitzpatrick, Jerry [MCC], 89, 143, 176

Fitzpatrick, Mary, 340

Fitzpatrick, Matthew, 278.

Fitzpatrick, Mrs Kate, 36, 244

Fitzpatrick, Pat, 36, 84, 297

Fitzpatrick, Sheila, 64

Fitzpatrick, Tim, 73, 234, 292,

Fitzpatrick, Timothy [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountbridget), 339

Fitzstephen, Robert, 14

Flaherty family [Ballynaboul], 509

Flaherty family [Windmill], 159 check if Windmill is correct address perhaps High Rath?

Flaherty, Patrick, 282

Flail, 135.

Flanagan’s Bar [Buttevant], 54

Flanagan’s Bar, [(Flannery’s reconstituted) Vienna], 136, 201, 557

Flanders, 134

Flannery family, 130

Flannery farm [Egmont], 508

Flannery, Edward [Egmont] 125, 189

Flannery, Edward, [Village], 20, 48, 65, 73, 83, 104, 136, 140, 189, 227, 291, 292, 464

Flannery, Fr [later Canon], Frank, 135.

Flannery, Francis, 198, 299, 322

Flannery, Frank [1983 Churchtown victorious N.S. team], 146

Flannery, Frank, 36, 65, 125, 128, 140, 162, 176, 216, 227, 543

Flannery, John, 65, 80, 105, 125, 136, 140, 176, 184, 190, 193, 268, 299, 543

Flannery, Margaret, Josephine [‘Gretta’], 189, 198

Flannery, Mark, 148

Flannery’s bakery, 51, 211, 236

Flannery’s Bar & Grocery: Detail from ledger, 551

Flannery’s Bar, 24, 71, 136, 177, 197, 201, 263, 456, 463, 529, 550, 559, 564

Flannery’s Boreen, 128

Flannery’s Egmont Stud. 23

Flannery’s Hill, 136,

Flannery’s Quarry [‘Peggy’s Rock’], 56, 116, 125, 126, 136, 181, 189, 216, 271

Flannery’s Rock, 56

Flannery’s shop, 193, 249

Flannery’s shop: headed receipt, 549

Flavin, Stephanie, 459

Flax, 137,

Fleming family [Gurteenroe], 161

Fleming Michael [Gurteenroe], 227, 300, 301

Fleming, Garret [1901/1911 Census (Annagh), 280, 311

Fleming, Garrett [1833 Tithe Applotment (Annagh), 77,156, 279 and probably, 336.

Fleming, James, 276

Fleming, John, 266

Fleming, Luke, 37

Fleming, Michael [Ballygrace], 194.

Fleming, Michael [Imogane], 333

Fleming, Michael, 1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown), 307

Fleming, Paddy, 586

Fleming, Widow, 277.

Flight of the Earls, 117

Flimsy, Lady, 89.

Flinn, Daniel, 276

Flinter, Dan, 471, 569

Flour-making, 489

Flying Column, 240, 267,

Flynn Bill [see O’Flynn, Bill].

Flynn Bridget [Sacristan], 80. 83,

Flynn family [Gurteenroe], 161

Flynn family [Paddy/Margaret], 73, 82

Flynn, [O], Richie, 86, 87, 176, 203, 411, 412, 413, 563

Flynn, Bridget [1911 Churchtown Village census] 37, 292

Flynn, Bridget ‘Birdie’, 80, 145, 537, 586

Flynn, Christy, 137, 259

Flynn, Dan, 96

Flynn, Daniel,

Flynn, David, 300

Flynn, Eliza, 292.

Flynn, Jackie, 29, 74, 84, 86, 87, 89, 543, 563

Flynn, Jim ‘The Bee’, 73

Flynn, John, 291

Flynn, Kevin, 146

Flynn, Michael, 333

Flynn, Mrs, 510

Flynn, Paddy [‘Dines’], 87, 89, 176, 562

Flynn, Paddy, [Carpenter] 75, 80, 86, 87, 89, 176, 197, 555, 563

Flynn, Patrick [1901 Churchtown Census], 291

Flynn, Patrick [Ballyadam], 284

Flynn, Patsy, 145, 544, 576,

Flynn, Thomas, 301

Flynn, Tim, 40, 176

Flynn, William [Builder of Annagh Bridge] 17, 33

Flynn, William, [1901/1911 Churchtown Census], 291, 292.

Foch, Marshall, 134

Foley, Fr. Daniel P.P., 78, 80, 132, 579

Foley, Lisa, 211

Foley, Mike, 208

Foley, William, 61.

Folio 3 – one of the earliest in County Cork, 271

Folwy, William

Fontaine, Joan, 110

Food [oral tradition], 490

Fool’s Day [1st April], 491

Footwear, [oral tradition], 491

Foras Feasa ar Éirinn, 185

Ford ‘Prefect’, 195

Fordham University, New York

Fordson Major Tractor, 252

Foreword, 1/5

Fort [Walshestown], 519

Fort Field, 495

Fort Lester, 217

Fort Lester, Co. Meath, 217

Fort Union Stud, Adare, 92

Foster’s Corn Law [1784], 116

Foughy’s Well, 137,

Four Courts, 111, 115, 224,

Fowler, Anselem, 82,

Fowlow, James, 276

Fowlow, Peter, 276.

Fowlow, Widow, 276.

Fox Covert, 137,

Fox, Carmel, 91, 457, 471, 473, 477, 576,

Foxy Singer, the, 137. 259.

Foy, C., 92

Foynes, 272

Fraley, John, 293

France, 48, 86, 105, 134, 135, 163, 263, 461, 465

Francis the Talking Mule, 110

Frankfort, Kentucky, 157.

Franklin, Widow, 276

Franks, M.D., 174

Franz Ferdinand, Archduke, 133

Frawley, Ellen, 171

Frawley, John [Imogane], 334

Frawley, John, 326

Frawley, Patrick, 171

Frawley, Widow, 277

Frawley’s Field, 138,

Free schools cocoa scheme, 198

Freeman, Eleanor, 91

Freeman, Ellen Dean, 91

Freeman, Fr. Daniel, C.C., 76

Freeman, Mildred, 195

Freeman’s Journal, The, 205

Freeman-Jackson, Captain Harry, 124

Freemount, 41, 89, 141, 142

Freeney, Declan, 520, 558

French Fleet, 152

Fretherne House, Somerset, 430

Friesian cattle, 117, 189

Front Field, Annagh, 508

Frost, John, 36.

Frost, Robert, 236

Fuel, 138,

Fuge line [genealogical], 91

Fulacht fiadh, 351, 352, 353, 354, 358, 369, 370, 371, 373, 380

Fulachtaí Fia, 138,

Funerals, 138,

Furey, Finbar, 24, 202, 247

Furlong [distance], 139

Furze, 139,

GAA [Gaelic Athletic Association], 45, 139, 151, 199, 206, 208, 242, 409, 472

Gable, Clark, 110.

Gabriel, Philip, 276.

Gaelic League [Conradh na Gaeilge], 199

Gaffney family [village], 79, 95, 159, 230,

Gaffney, Bill, 87, 143, 176, 177

Gaffney, Denny, 82

Gaffney, Francis, 573

Gaffney, John 147

Gaffney, Michael, 545

Gaffney, Mrs. Tom, 244

Gaffney, Nora [later Mrs Massarella], 94, 132

Gaffney, Thomas, 292, 573.

Gaffney, Thomas, 73

Gaffney’s Butchers Shop, 521

Gale Day, 149.

Galena, USA, 158

Gallagher, Fr., 159

Gallaghers [Variety Company], 260.

Galligan, Dick, 140, 543

Galligan, Eddie, 46, 79, 87, 144, 159, 168, 480, 486, 491, 494, 496, 497, 502, 503, 504, 509, 512,

Gallipoli, 134,

Gallow’s Field [Egmont], 239, 508

Galvin, Liam 252

Galway, 29

Gambles, 150,

Garden Field, 150, 191

Gardiner, Bob, 137

Gardiner’s Boreen [also Sherlock’s Boreen], 150, 245, 249

Gardiner’s Covert [‘Roche’s Rock’], 125

Gardiner’s Rock, 126, 150

Garrán [Gurrane], 38

Garraneard [Granard], 275

Garrienderk, 11.

Garryowen [tobacco], 403

Garvan, John, 277.

Garvey & Solon, 130

Garvey, John, 276

Gay Gordons, The, 412, 413

Geary [Ballyhea hurler], 142

Geary’s [biscuits], 403

General Election, June, 1922, 111

Gentle Mulla, 38

George James, 6th Earl Percival, 19

George, David Lloyd, 35,

George, Rev. Lucius Eustace, 19, 98, 150, 154, 156, 191, 215, 321, 324

George’s St. Technology Ltd., 150, 201, 207, 457, 469

George’s St. Technology: Logo, 550

George’s St. West, 71, 211

George’s St., 19, 34, 70, 71, 75, 86, 96, 109, 120, 122, 150, 198, 215, 237, 322, 323, 463, 520, 522, 535, 566,

Georges St: [refurbishment], 520

Geraldine Rebellion, 32

Geran, Jeremiah [Probably Guerin, as at 291], 292

Geran, Widow, 276

Germany, 20, 134, 267, 458

Ghostly tales [oral tradition], 492

Gibbet, 150

Gibbings, Richard

Gibbings, Robert James

Gibbings, Thomas, 56

Gibbingsgrove, 60

Gibson, Florence, 223

Gilbert, Maurice, 42, 151, 158, 201, 214, 458, 459, 570

Gill and Macmillan, 165

Gillette Razor Company, 238

Gilligan, Mrs, 259

Gingell [Adventurer] 27

Gingell, John, 68.

Givin, Simon, 276.

Gladiator, 236.

Gladstone, W.E., 173

Gladstone’s Land Act, 1870, 46,440, 441

Glasgow University, 255

Glebe Land, 53, 151, 256,

Glebe, The, 53, 82,

Glebe: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 290.

Gleeson, Jim, 582

Gleeson, Michelle, 158, 201

Glendenning, Raymond, 234

Glengarriff, 43, 119

Glenlohane, 125

Glenmalyre, Ballybrittas, 189

Glossary of Architectural Terms, 378/382

Glover family tomb, 495

Glover family, 195

Glover James, [1833 Tithe Applotment (Droumcorbett/Mountcorbitt), 305, 342

Glover Philip [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Glover, Anna, 129

Glover, Edmond, 277

Glover, Edward [Imogane], 301

Glover, Edward, [Mountcorbitt], 195,

Glover, Edward, Mary, 82

Glover, James, 18, 156, 195, 333, 424

Glover, John [Ballygowan, Doneraile] 82

Glover, John [early landowner at Mountcorbitt] 195

Glover, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Imogane)] 333, 341

Glover, Mary, 291

Glover, Philip [1833 Tithe Applotment (Clashelane) 293, 333

Glover, Thomas [1766 Churchtown Census] 276

Glover, Thomas [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Imogane) 333, 338

Glover, William [Imogane], 301, 334

Glover, William Philip, 195

Glynn, James [RIC], 292

Goaling Field, 44, 139, 151, 179, 569

Goggin, David, 328

Going My Way, 110

Golden Vale, 386

Golden, Fr. William C.C, 18, 76, 156,

Goliath, 212.

Good Friday, 179

Gordon, Jimmy, 23, 34, 75, 125, 131, 144, 149, 159, 181, 209, 563, 588

Gorman, Mary Marten, 91.

Gorman, Widow [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Gorman, Widow [Ballynamuck], 286

Gough, Colonel, 57

Gowran Park, 131, 554

Grady, Con, 168

Grady, Cornelius, 294, 337, 482, 483, 485, 490, 504,

Grady, Edmond, 36, 299

Grady, Henry, 276

Grady, James, 277

Grady, Jim see O’Grady

Grady, John, 304

Grady, Richard, 302

Grady, Roger, 277

Graigue, 174

Gramophone, The, 151,

Granard [also Garraneard], 43, 44, 46, 74, 77, 143, 144, 152, 182, 202, 249, 275, 393, 494,, 588

Granard Cross, 392, 393, 395

Grand Jury Presentment Cork County, 1688, 152

Grand Jury, 122, 152,

Grand Parade, Cork, 50

Grange, 149

Granger, Stewart, 110.

Grant, Widow, 277.

Graveyards: see Maryfield [especially 360], Churchtown Bruhenny [especially 361/362] and Kilgrogan, 170. See also ‘Graveyards’ 495 and burial grounds of unbaptised children: Paircín na Cille, 214, Walshestown, 377. Refer also to ‘Burial Ground’ 378.

Great Bull of Bruhenny, 208, 242, 518

Great Famine, 18, 19, 49, 70, 91, 117, 130, 133, 152, 166, 178, 184, 189, 192, 199, 246,202, 213, 232, 239, 246, 247,

Great Famine, prices increase in wake of, 439

Great Gas Petroleum (Ireland) PLC, 158,

Great Southern and Western Railway, 61, 226, 438

Greatest figure in racing history [Churchtown’s Dr. Michael Vincent O’Brien – see 208/211], 211.

Greehy, Trassa, 563

Green and Gold, 158

Green Tears for Hecuba, 262,

Green, James, 284, 285.

Green, John, 284

Green, Michael, 343

Greenane, 218

Greene family, [Ballygrace], 42.

Greene, Cath., 315.

Greene, Ellen, 315.

Greene, Joseph, 36/37

Greene, Mary, 91

Greene, Philip, 234

Greenmount, Limerick, 91

Greensmith, Henry, 149, 545

Greenwich Mean Time [GMT], 124,

Gregg, Michael, 291, 292

Gregory Clause see Quarter-Acre Clause [232].

Gregory, Augusta, Lady, 89, 232

Gregory, Sir William, 232

Greyhounds, 159.

Griffin, Richard, 276.

Griffin, Tim, 145, 146

Griffith College, 207,

Griffith, Arthur, 36

Griffith, Sir Richard, 159, 229

Griffith’s Valuation 1851 by townland (by Denis J. Hickey), 310/344

Griffith’s Valuation, 159, 189, 215, 229, 230, 232, 431, 435

Grogan, Richard, 277.

Grouse migration [oral tradition], 482

Grove, Revd. Marmaduke, 97, 276

Grove-White, Co. James, 81, 98, 160, 350, 358, 360, 361, 584

Growth and Decline of the Modern City, Late Nineteenth Century Cork (Part 35), 95

Grubb, Louise, Jane, 192

Gub, The, 160,

Guerin, Jeremiah 291 [Probably represented as ‘Geran ‘on p. 292]

Guerin, William, 339

Guinea, Mary, 299

Guinee, John, 339

Guiney family, [Clashelane], 112, 197, 214, 509

Guiney, Con [Jnr. Clashelane], 112, 488, 509

Guiney, Cornelius [1911 Census (Clashelane), 293

Guiney, Eddie, 88, 144, 145

Guiney, Francis, 168, 482, 483, 484, 485, 488, 490, 494, 496, 504, 509, 511, 587

Guiney, Hanora. 36.

Guiney, Maria F., 284

Guiney, Mrs., 504

Guiney, Patrick, 176

Guinnee, James, 277.

Guinnee, John [1766 Churchtown Census] 276

Guinnee, Laurence, 276.

Guinness label showing a local bottling by Thomas O’Brien, 550

Guinness, 54, 252,

Gumbleton, Richard William

Gunter’s chain, 67

Gurteenroe Commons, 161, 182, 259, 301 332

Gurteenroe, 16, 40, 160, 176, 182, 238, 244, 250, 256, 259, 300,301,332, 369, 370, 424, 451, 586

Gurteenroe: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 300

Gurteenroe: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 332

Gurteenroe: Household Census 1901, 1911, 300/301

Gurteenroe: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 300

Guy’s Hospital, 255

Guys Almanac and Directory [1913], 72

Ha-ha, 161,

Halford, Sir Henry, 255.

Half-way House, 494

Haliday, Revd. [Holiday], 97

Hall [Hull], Revd. John, 97.

Hallahan, [Rev].Maurice, 72, 75, 79, 278.

Hallahan, Edmond, 278.

Hallahan, Michael, 277.

Hallahan, Tim, 36.

Halle River, 265

Hallenan, Batt [Generally Hallinan, which see].

Hallenan, William [Generally Hallinan, which see].

Hallihan, Gerry, 145, 146, 544

Hallihan, Willie, 166, 551

Hallinan [sometimes Hallenan], Batt, Barth or Bart., 257, 282, 307, 313

Hallinan [sometimes Hallenan], William, 307, 344

Hallinan, Helina, 283.

Hallinan, Margaret, 313.

Hallinan, Michael, 313. 344

Hallinan, T, 36.

Halloween [oral tradition], 496

Hamilton, Richard, 276

Hank, 161,

Hannagan, John, 277

Hannan, Jeremiah, 330

Hannan, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 278

Hannan, John [1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown), 307

Hannan, John [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown Village), 1851], 324

Hannan, Michael, 277

Hannery, Edmond, 325

Hannigan, Miss, 125.

Hanrahan, Patrick, 276.

Hanrahan, Widow, 277

Harley, James, 307

Harness, 162,

Harney, Bill, 131

Harns, Edward, 277.

Harrah, Patrick, 278.

Harrington, Bob, 244, 411, 413,

Harrington, Dan, 205

Harrington, Emmet, 244, 411, 413

Harrington, Patsy, 244, 411, 413,

Harrington, Tadgh, 244, 411, 413

Harris, Margaret, 282.

Harris, Mrs, 131.

Harrisburg, Pa., 157.

Hart family [Clonakilty], 123

Hart, Dónal, 123.

Hart, Patrick, 123.

Hartigan, Dr., 587

Hartly, Abraham, 276

Harton, James, 160

Harts Tongue fern, 387

Hartstown Stud, 65, 104.

Hassett, John, 276.

Hassett, Seán Rua, 499

Hawaiian guitar, 203

Hawe [Ballyhea], 142,

Hawe Bertie Óg, 148

Hawe family [Gurteenroe], 161

Hawe, Bertie, 547

Hawe, Bertie, Bernie, 161

Hawe, Cathal, 148

Hawe, Cathal, 547

Hawe, Denis, 300, 301

Hawe, Denny, 144, 161, 582

Hawe, Mary, 73, 292.

Hawe, Matt [Ballindillanig Census] 282, 283

Hawe, Matt Jnr. 181

Hawe, Michael, 73

Hawe, Ned, 145, 146, 544

Hawe, Richd., 291

Hawe, Tessie, 88, 89

Hawe’s Cross, 162,

Hawkesbeard plant [Rough], 387

Hawthorn, 387

Haycroft, Thomas, 55

Hayes, Canon John, PP, 197, 555

Hayes, Mary, 341

Hayes, Mrs. [Teaching Assistant], 100

Haymakers Jig, The, 412

Haymaking, 162, 172,

Hays, John, 276

Hayward, 162,

Hayworth, Rita, 110

Headland, 163,

Healy, ‘Dixie’ and Pat, 88, 203

Healy, Daniel, 277.

Healy, David, 316

Healy, James N., 35

Healy, Liam, 163, 211, 233

Healy, Maurice, 341

Healy, Michael, 177

Healy, Pat, 177

Healy, T.M., 36

Heaphy, James, 157

Heaphy, Thomas, 157

Heatherside Hospital, 261.

Hedagan, Andy, 154, 341

Hedagan, Philip, 320, 326

Hedegan, John, 277.

Hederman, William, 277.

Hedge School, 42, 49, 163, 182, 198, 215, 254, 560

Hedigan family (p. 66)

Hedigan, Charles, 36

Hedigan, Gerard, 147,

Hedigan, Hannah, 289

Hedigan, John [1901 Census (Carrigeen)], 289

Hedigan, John [Member of 1990 North Cork Junior ‘B’ Champions] 147

Hedigan, Michael, 147

Hedigan, Micheál, 169, 197, 555

Hedigan, Philip, 293

Hedigan, Tim, 140, 141, 543

Hedyan, William, 307

Heeney, Patrick, 199

Heffernan, Gerry, 104, 573

Heffernan, James, 329

Heffernan, John, 69

Heffernan, Thomas, 257, 298

Heffernan’s [Printers], Kanturk, 229

Hennessy, Jane

Hennessy, Liz, 172, 173

Herb Robert, 387

Hereford bull, 41

Hereford, 57

Herlihy family, 196

Herlihy, ‘Buff’, 74

Herlihy, David, 301

Herlihy, Joe, 148

Herlihy, Nora, 100

Herlihys Bar [Lisballyhea], 49, 250

Hiberniae delineatio. 124

Hibernian Chronicle, The, 205

Hickey, ‘Patneen’, 88, 203

Hickey, Bill, see Hickey, William.

Hickey, Dave [Blacksmith], 90, 266, 291, 292,

Hickey, David (brother of Denis J.], 564

Hickey, David [Kerry Lane], 74, 86, 88, 563, 564

Hickey, Denis, J., 14, 27, 90, 96, 165, 234, 245, 275, 309, 398, 538, 568

Hickey, John,’ Jack’, 90, 134,

Hickey, Mick, 31, 134

Hickey, Tom, 90, 134,

Hickey, William, ‘Bill’, 36, 73, 90, 134, 159, 168, 176, 196, 260, 306, 492

Hickey’s Hill, 78, 165,

Higgin’s Cross, 392, 393, 395

Higgins, Johnny, 165, 340

Higgins, Patrick, 277.

Higgins, William, 278

High Meadow, 166,

High Rath, 166, 231, 237, 270

Highfort, Liscarroll, 60, 238

Hill Field, 166,

Hilser Brothers, 50

Hippo Wine, 269

Hiring Fair, 166, 243

Historical and Topographical Notes on Buttevant, Castletownroche, Doneraile and Mallow, 160,

Hitler, 184

HMV [His Master’s Voice], 151

Hoban, Darren, 535,

Hodder [Adventurer] 27

Hodder, John, 15, 128, 167, 452

Hogan, Alf, 131

Hogan, Daniel, 343

Hogan, Darfbie, 307

Hogan, Ellie, 291.

Hogan, Jack, 109

Hogan, P.P., 195.

Hogan, Stephen, 277.

Hogan, Tony, 128

Holland [Adventurer], 27

Holland, Edward, 68.

Holmes, Widow, 276.

Holohan, Rochie, 457

Holy Cross Cemetery, Charleville, 188

Holy Saturday, 179

Holyday [Adventurer], 27

Holyday, William [also Holiday], Rev. 68, 449

Home Assistance officer, 237

Home Assistance, 122

Home Rule, 436

Home-made toys [oral tradition], 496/497

Honduras, 91

Honeysuckle, 387

Hook, The, 222

Hopalong Cassidy, 110

Hope Johnstone family, 63

Hope, Bob, 110

Horan, D

Horan, Jeremiah, 341

Horgan family [Sheehan’s Forge], 244

Horgan sisters, 189

Horgan, Caitriona, 560

Horgan, Éamon, 164, 560

Horgan, Gerry, 145, 544

Horgan, John and Kathleen, 165

Horgan, Johnny, 145, 544

Horgan, Maria, 560

Horgan, Moll, 164

Hornby, Jane, 222

Hornsey, London, 223

Horrigan, David, 318

Hospital Requests, 234

Houlihan, Edward, 293

Houlihan, Mary, 304

Hourahan, John, 278.

House of Commons [Westminster], 90, 221, 222

House of Lords [British], 221, 222, 223, 426

Housing: Post-Famine improvements in Churchtown’s, 436’437

Howard Con and Ellie, 63

Howard Edmond [‘Ned]’, 168, 246, 483,

Howard Edmond [1852], 171

Howard Edward, [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown, George’s St), 1851], 323

Howard family [village], 237

Howard Mick [Annagh], 181, 543, 582

Howard Mick, Bridget, Peggy [Burton Park, later Village] 63

Howard, Con, [Annagh] 134, 137, 246,

Howard, Danl., 313.

Howard, Edmond [1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277..

Howard, Edward, [1901, 1911 Churchtown Census (Annagh North), 280, 281

Howard, Jeremiah, 115

Howard, John [Annagh], 168, 302, 483, 492, 493

Howard, John, [Under-16 player] 148, 545, 546

Howard, Margaret, 582

Howard, Mary, 211, 574, 575

Howard, Mrs Bridget, 244, 264,

Howard, Nonie, 582

Howard, P, 37.

Howard, Patrick [d. 1852] 171

Howard, Sean, 85, 540, 574

Howard, Thomas, 168, 483, 484, 495

Howell, Kate, 223.

Huddy, Joseph, 286

Hudner, Francis, 278.

Hudner, John, 278.

Hull, John, Vicar, 449

Hundred Years’ War, The, 461

Hungry Grass, 166,

Hungry Months, 166,

Hurley, Garda John, 472

Hurley, Mr [Liscarroll], 109

Hutch’s, Buttevant, 233.

Ilchester, Somerset, 221

Iliad, Homer’s, 185

Images of Churchtown, 516/576

Imbolg, 232

Imogane [‘Mugaine’ in some documents], 65, 83, 167, 168, 194, 250, 256, 258, 259, 275, 333, 334, 370, 371, 391, 393, 432, 451, 452, 494

Imogane Bridge [the ‘Wishing Bridge], 167, 258, 530,

Imogane House, 15, 167

Imogane Road, 2003, 529

Imogane Room, 458, 459

Imogane, Griffith’s valuation 1851, 333/334

Imogane: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 301

Imogane: Household census 1901, 1911, 301/302

Imogane: Population Census, 1841, 1851, 1911, 301

Imperial Hotel, Charleville: Commemorative autographed Dinner menu celebrating victories of ‘Cottage Rake’ and ‘Hot Springs’’, 553

Imphrick, 28, 40, 72, 122, 215, 259

Improvements, 169

Inchiquin, Lord, [‘Murrough the Burner’]15, 67, 266, 417, 452, 453

India, 84

Industrial Revolution in Britain; effect on Irish agriculture, 432

Influenza pandemic, 21

Informer, The, 111

Institute of Bankers in Ireland, 201

Intoxicating Liquor Bill, 22

Introduction to the ecology of Churchtown, An, (by Aisling O’Sullivan and Jane Hennessy, 385/389

Iowa, 199, 567

Ireland, 262,

Irish Agricultural Organisation Society, 19, 195

Irish Air Corps, 22, 28

Irish Church Act 1869, 132

Irish Constabulary {later Royal}, 216

Irish Countrywomen’s Association, 167,

Irish Daily, 206

Irish Derby 1919, The, 92

Irish Folk Ways, 259.

Irish Folklore Commission [Coimisiún Béaloideas Éireann], 100, 167/8, 479,

Irish Folklore Commission Scéim na Scoile 1937, 479/514

Irish Freedom, 206

Irish Grammar, 164

Irish Guards, 61, 134

Irish Hospital Sweepstake’s Trust, 234

Irish Internet Association, 109

Irish Management Institute, 201, 567

Irish Messenger of the Sacred Heart, 237

Irish Music Manuscripts of Edward Bunting, The, 194

Irish National Teachers’ Organisation 167/8, 479

Irish Parliament, 163, 221

Irish Party, 226

Irish Peasant, 206

Irish People [weekly], 206

Irish People, 206

Irish Poor Law Rate, 155

Irish Press, The, 206

Irish Rogues and Raparees, 164

Irish Times, The, 206

Irish Volunteers, 21, 35, 267

Irish Whiskey, 1661 and 1815 tax on, 229.

Irrigation Field, Buffer’s Cross, 169.

Irvine, Jermh, 315.

Irwin farm, 251, 480

Irwin, Jim, 34, 144, 168, 480, 502, 506, 508, 509, 512, 588

Irwin, John, 281.

Irwin, Mrs Mary, 168, 484, 513

Irwin, Patrick, 74, 75, 86, 88, 89, 95, 159, 168, 188, 197, 385, 471, 477, 480, 483, 484, 487, 489, 490, 491, 492, 493 500, 502, 506, 508, 509, 512, 513, 555, 576, 563, 582, 586

Irwin, William, 280.

Isobel, Lady, 89

Italy, 134

Ivy House, 169, 178

Jack O’Lantern, 405

Jacobite [s], 163, 270

Jacobite War, 35

Jane Eyre [film], 110

Jer Sullivan’s Cross, 494

Jersey, 583

Jew’s Harp, 203

Jewitt family, 40

Jewitt, Donie, 145, 146, 544

Jewitt, Jerry, 144

Jim the Fiddler, 445/446

John Boss Murphy, 1875-1955 (by Colette Moloney), 444/446

John Oge, 167

Johnis Perceval, Baronetti see Perceval, Sir John, 5th Baronet and 1st Earl of Egmont.

Johns Bridge, 394

Johnsgrove House, Annakissa, 195.

Johnson, David, 276

Johnson, Dr., 221.

Johnson, James, 276.

Johnson, Philip F., 435, 436

Johnson, William, 286.

Johnston, James, 318,

Johnston, Peter, 318.

Jones Miss, [later Lady Matthew Tierney], 254, 255

Jones, Dan, 147, 545

Jones, Ger, 147

Jones, Jennifer 109,

Jones, Mary, 459

Jones, Mrs [St Brigid’s Well cure, 1917],

Jones, Tom, 147

Jordan, Nellie, 64

Jordanstown, 123, 424, 451

Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, 160

Journal of the Ivernian Society, 68

Joyce, James, 110, 201

Joyce, P.W., 68

Joyce, Rev. William, P.P, 75, 79

Judge, Bridget, 291

Jumble Sales, 169.

Jumper [disparaging epithet], 169, 247.

Juno and the Paycock, 111.

Jutland [Naval engagement], 134

K Club, 133, 567

Kaiserstrasse, 202

Kane, John, 278.

Kanturk Bridge, 181

Kanturk Castle, 35, 271

Kanturk Labourers’ Club, 436

Kanturk Rural District, 215

Kanturk, 16, 58, 77, 79, 80, 125, 206, 270, 394, 416, 418, 426, 429, 436, 444

Kanturk, Viscount Perceval of [extinction of title], 223

Kathleen Mavourneen [payment system], 253, 405

Kavanagh [also Cavanagh], 295

Kavanagh family [Coolmore], 44, 115

Kavanagh, Arthur MacMurrogh, 46

Kavanagh, Arthur, 36, 88, 144

Kavanagh, Denis, 144, 227

Kavanagh, E.J., 227.

Kavanagh, John (1901/1911 Census (Ballyvaheen), 287.

Kavanagh, John, [Griffith’s Valuation, 1851 (Ballyvaheen), 319

Kavanagh, Richard, 277

Kavanaghs [Buttevant], 495

Keane family, 112, 245

Keane, John [Simon’s father], 170, 2227

Keane, John, [grandson], 147, 541, 560

Keane, Liam, 89

Keane, Mick, 112, 555

Keane, Peggy, 170, 197, 555

Keane, Right Rev. Dr. Bishop of Cloyne, 19, 76,

Keane, Simon, 36, 75, 86, 88, 89, 162, 169, 170, 197, 245, 555, 563

Keane’s Hill, 48, 118, 123, 170

Keanes farmhouse, 65, 170

Keaney Design, 457

Keaney, Martin [Designer on The Annals of Churchtown], 457

Kearney, Jim, 51, 140, 143, 543

Kearney, Patrick [Creggannacourty], 296

Kearney, Patrick [Gurteenroe], 300

Kearney, Peadar, 199

Keating, Pat, 573

Keating, William [Jnr}, 564, 573

Keating, William, 168, 176, 482

Keating’s Bakery, 5.

Keefe, John, 276.

Keefe, Owen, 276.

Keeffe, Thomas, 344

Keeffe, Timothy, 330

Kelleher, Danl., 318

Kelleher, Patrick, 82

Kelliher, Daniel, 307

Kelliher, John, 285

Kelly, ‘Copper’, 259.

Kelly, John, 277.

Kelly, Laurence, 276.

Kelly, Mary, 198, 567, (and husband John), 459

Kelly, Thomas, 277,

Kelly, William, 277.

Kenahan, David, 276.

Kenealy, John, 279.

Kenedy, Laurence, 277.

Kenn, Benjamin, 58

Kenn, William [Captain], 15, 57, 58, 170, 357, 417, 451

Kennedy farm, High Rath, 231.

Kennedy, David, 277.

Kennedy, Dennis, 277.

Kennedy, Karen, 214, 472

Kennedy, Pat, 214, 270, 472, 571

Kennedys of Castleross, The, 234.

Kent, Amelia, 323

Kent, Michael, 277.

Keoagh, John, 301, 307

Keogh, Elizabeth, 333

Keogh, Inspector Michael, 472

Keogh, Judge William Nicholas, 19, 430

Keogh, Timothy, 333

Kerry Blue terrier racer, 251

Kerry Lane, 24, 42, 53, 70, 73, 86, 99, 104, 121, 170, 189, 214, 233, 251, 323, 391, 431, 437, 463, 471, 522

Kerry Lane, Lower, 52, 128, 201, 522

Kerry, 157, 215, 263, 455

Kerryman, The, 262

Kettle, Andrew, 173

Kiely family [Cullig], 119

Kiely, Andy, 271

Kiely, Fr .John P.P, 56,

Kiely, Jacinta, 81

Kiely, Kate, 297

Kiely, Nell [née Twomey], 112, 174

Kiely, Patrick, 297

Kilbrin Cemetery, 179, 199, 200, 450

Kilbrin, 75, 89,

Kilbroney, 122, 123,

Kilcummer, 38

Kildare (county0, 567

Kildorrery, 80, 145, 146

Kilfinane, 82

Kilgrogan [townland], 123, 170, 215, 335, 394, 451,

Kilgrogan Cemetery, 17, 33, 48, 139, 170/171, 495, 552, 586

Kilgrogan: 1833 Tithe Applotment – not deposited in National Archives.

Kilgrogan: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 335

Kilgrogan: Household Census 1901, 1911, 302

Kilgrogan: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 302

Kilkenny, Treaty of, 417

Killabraher, 170, 455, 552

Killaloe, 164

Killarney, 213, 500, 587

Killavullen, 21,140, 252

Killeagh, 76

Killeedy, Limerick, 586

Killig, 256, 297 [see also Cullig]

Killing the Pig, 172,

Kilmaclenine, 46

Kiln Field, Annagh, 172, 508

Kilnamulla, 38

Kiltoohig, 185

King Camp Gillette, 238

King Carlos, II, 178

King Charles I, 57, 58, 152, 266

King Edward III, 225

King George II, 16

King George III, 255

King George IV, 17, 150

King Henry II, 174, 256

King Henry VIII, 215

King James II, 16, 58, 90, 152

King John, 14, 416

King Phillip IV, 178

King William III, 27, 58

King William IV, 257

King, Lucy, 223

King’s County [Offaly], 440

King’s shilling [Queen’s shilling], 172

Kings Premium Award, 105

Kingston, Lord

Kingston, Rev. Robert, 236

Kinnane, Jimmy, 131,

Kinsale, 59, 451, 453

Kirby, Hannah, 73, 292.

Kirby, James, 337

Kirby, Mary, 291.

Kirby, Maurice, 276.

Kirby, Timothy, 277.

Kish, 172

Knight of the Knife, 60

Knock House, 172,

Knockainey, 146

Knockardbane Cross, 395

Knockardbane, Liscarroll, 268, 392, 393

Knockellybreedy [also spelt Knockilbreedy, Knockkilbridy; ancient name of Mountbridget], 256, 304

Knockglass, 100

Knockilbreedy [also spelt Knockellybreedy, Knockkilbridy; ancient name of Mountbridget], 173, 194

Knockkilbridy [also spelt Knockellybreedy, Knockilbreedy; ancient name of Mountbridget] 451

Knocklong, 445

Knocknamahee, 154, 172, 173, 202, 213, 239

Knocknanuss, 219

Knocknanuss, Battle of, 54

Knockroundaly, 123.

Knocktemple Electoral District [Division], 41, 215

Kockrane, Dennis, 277.

Kostal Ireland [Mallow], 473

Kut-el-Amara, Mesopotamia, (battle], 134

Kylbrogan [Kilgrogan], Manor of, 225

Labarte, Richard, 60

Labour conditions post-Famine, 434/436

Labour Party [Irish], 35

Labourers’ strike [1881], 436

Laceys, 15

Lackaroe [Lackaroo], 161, 174, 455

Lackeen, Liscarroll, 448, 451

Lacy, Ellen ‘alias Barry’, 417

Ladd, Alan, 110,

Ladies Land League, 173

Lady Day, 173, 232

Laffan, John, 323

Laffan, John, 330

Laing, Commandant Victor, 176

Laissez-faire dictum, 154

Lamour, Dorothy, 110

Land Act 1870 [Gladstone’s], 440, 441

Land Annuities, 39

Land Commission, 37, 114

Land Court, 173, 174

Land Law (Ireland) Act, 1888, 173

Land League, 19, 37, 46,160, 173, 174, 199, 233, 269, 436

Land War, 160

Landed Estates Court, 130

Landlord and Tenant (Ireland) Act, 1870,

Landmark, The, 197.

Lane, Henry, 276.

Lane, James, 277.

Lane, Mick, 192

Lane, Paddy, 203, 227

Lane, Tom, 104

Lanes [fur and feather merchants], 233

Lapp, Constable Ben, 45, 55,

Larkin, Patsy, 145, 544

Latham, Ann, 117

Lathart, 418 see Lohort

Latitude and Longitude {Churchtown’s], 174

Laudabiliter, 174.

Laurel and Hardy, 110

Lauri, Cardinal Lorenso, 132

Lawn Field, 175, 178

Lawn Gates, 70, 94, 139, 166, 175, 225

LBJ Construction, 233, 571

LDF [Local Defence Force], 174, 184, 209

Le Cateau [battle], 134

Le Pilly, 32

Leader, Elizabeth, 60

Leahy brothers Con, Tim, Pat, Joe [Olympic Athletes], 52

Leahy, John, 324

Leahy, Thomas, 56

Leahy, Thos. 318.

Leane, Jeremiah, 302

Leap, 47, 132, 139, 151, 154, 175, 178, 181, 198, 200, 201, 250, 257, 259, 260, 336, 337, 348, 391, 393, 432, 444, 554

Leap: ‘The old bog road’, 527.

Leap: 1833 Tithe Applotment – possibly amalgamated with that of the neighbouring townland of Walshestown (344).

Leap: Awbeg tributary at, 530

Leap: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 336/337

Leap: Household Census 1901, 1911, 303

Leap: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 303

Learmouth, Leon Livingstone, 124

Leary, Denis, 308.

Leary, Kate, 291

Leary, Timothy, 328.

Leaving of Churchtown, The, 753

Ledson, J., 92

Lee Enfield .300 rifles, 175

Lee, William, 99, 323

Legion Hall, 412

Lehane, Tim [Snr.}, 181, 582, 588

Leicester Square, London, 454

Leitrim Castle, 119

Leitrim, 14, 43, 394

Lellis, William, 279.

Lemass [Seán] era, 130.

Lenahan, John, 296

Lenahane, William, 277.

Lenane, John, 276.

Lenane, John, 277.

Lenihan, Denis, 36

Lenihan, Fr. Timothy, C.C., 77

Lenihan, Hannah, 36

Lenihan, John, 36.

Lennahan, Conner, 278

Lent, 179, 401

Leo, John, 277

Leopardstown, 131

Lett, Annita, 167

Letters [Walpole], 221

Lewis, Jack, 88

Lewis, Mrs, 34, 131, 181, 582

Lewis, Samuel, 69, 257, 418,

Liam McCarthy Cup, 24, 148, 567,

Liberator [Daniel OConnell], 61

Lichen, 387

Life of Donna Rosina, 164

Light [lighting], 180, 498

Lille, 32

Lillis, Nicholas, 331, 342

Lillis, William, 291.

Lily Purity, 84

Limekiln, 34, 180,

Limerick [city], 470

Limerick [county], 58, 157, 445, 584

Limerick and District [Soccer] League, 104

Limerick Junction, 394

Limestone, 172, 181,

Limestone-sculptured hurley, sliothar and football, 242

Linehan [Ballyhea hurler], 142

Linehan, Denis [Under-14 Hurler], 145, 544

Linehan, Denis? [1911 Census (Rath)], 306

Linehan, Gerard, NT, 101, 477, 573

Linehan, John, 577

Linehan, Noel, 43, 53, 85, 95, 109, 158,164, 181, 182, 188, 194, 214, 447, 461, 471, 477, 566, 539, 576, 559, 560, 569, 574, 577

Linehan, Thomas, 330

Linehan, William, 316

Linehans [Ballygrace], 49.

Linn, Michael, 277.

Linn, William, 277.

Linnane, Anne, 317

Linnane, Joe, 234.

Lios na Gruach, 182

Lisboyne, Co. Cork, 225

Liscarroll – base of three post-Famine Emigrant Agencies, 434

Liscarroll Castle, 35, 199, 392, 395, 417, 452, 480

Liscarroll Fair, 480

Liscarroll Fair: Schedule of Tolls & Customs, 549

Liscarroll GAA Club History, 179

Liscarroll Road [new], 244

Liscarroll Road [old], 150, 190, 229, 245

Liscarroll, 15, 16, 33, 38, 40, 60, 69, 70, 74, 76, 77, 78, 80, 86, 89, 90, 100, 105, 109, 115, 125, 126, 127, 137, 139, 143, 145, 152, 159, 169, 170, 179, 182, 202, 205, 236, 239, 249, 258, 262, 268, 301, 392, 411, 416, 434, 448, 449, 455, 494, 530, 558

Liscarroll, Battle of [3 September, 1642], 417

Lisgriffin, 91, 123, 205, 244, 258, 411, 413, 416

Liskelly, 39, 194

Listed Monuments [Map], 347

Listowel, Dowager Countess, 19, 156 48, 115, 117, 119, 327, 339, 340, 432

Little Island, 94

Little, Eoin, 150, 569

Littleton, Mce., 315

Live Wire, 165

Liverpool, 157

Living With Lynch, 234

Lloyd, Edward, 17, 230, 256

Local Defence Force [LDF], 22, 28,

Local Government (Ireland) Act, 1898, 122, 152

Local Security Force [LSF], 22,183

Loch Lomond, 554

Locke’s, John [The ‘Bridge Bar’], 49, 394, 395

Lodge Road, 65, 70, 463

Loeber, Ralph, 357

Logan, Rev. Vincent, 51

Loghort, 418; 440, see also Lohort

Lohort [Lathart – probably a misread; also given as Loghort], 223, 416, 418

Lombard, Eleanor

Lombards, 15

Lombardtown, 89

London Court of Chancery, Master of, 223

London Transport, 165

London, 199, 212, 428, 452

London, 59

Long Lays, 182, 265

Longfield, Lieutenant-Colonel John Powell

Longfield’s Bridge, 494

Longford Bridge, 39

Looking back in time (by Mick Hassett Egan), 588

Loow, Francis, 277.

Lopper Stage, 182.

Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 69

Lord Deputy, 133

Lord Justice, 133

Lord Lieutenant, 98, 98

Lord of the Bedchamber, 221

Lord President of Munster, 417

Lord Treasurer, 416

Lorraine, 134

Louisville, 157

Lovel [alias of Henry, 5th Earl of Egmont], 222, 254

Lovely is the Lee, 60

Low Pump, 95, 117, 182, 225, 231

Low, George B., 257

Low, George Bond, 118, 296

Low, Thomas, 296

Lowe, John, 95, 568

Lowe, Sir Hudson, 212

Lower Carboniferous Period, 94, 230

Lower Field, Annagh, 508

Lower Walk, 183, 191,

Lucey, Dan, 239

Lucy, Countess of Egmont, 53

Lughnasa, 233

Lumper, 184.

Lumsden, Chief Constable William, 54

Lusitania, 134,

Luther, Martin, 123

Luxembourg, Radio, 234

Lymerick, 265

Lynch family [Aghaburren], 28

Lynch family [Creggannacourty], 118, 231,

Lynch family [Farrandeen], 231

Lynch Mr. [Egmont House], 128.

Lynch, Canon J.F. [CI, 584

Lynch, Catherine, 146

Lynch, David, 307

Lynch, Dr., 227.

Lynch, Edward, 310, 311.

Lynch, Honora, 322

Lynch, Jack

Lynch, James [post-famine emigrant], 158

Lynch, James, 156, 307, 313, 327

Lynch, Joe, 75, 261.

Lynch, John (Snr.) 284, 315.

Lynch, John, (Jnr.), 315.

Lynch, Liam 111, 267,

Lynch, Mary, 133

Lynch, Michael [1833 Tithe Applotment (Ballynaboul), 285.

Lynch, Michael [Ballindillanig], 282, 283.

Lynch, Michael [Cregannacourty] 36, 83, 227,

Lynch, Michael, [1983 Churchtown N.S. team], 146, 147, 545

Lynch, Michael, Branchtown, Philadelphia, 158

Lynch, Mick, 562

Lynch, Mrs Annie, 83

Lynch, Patrick [Creggannacourty], 285, 296, 299, 316

Lynch, Tim [Castlemaccarthy], 543

Lynch, Timothy [Ballynaboul], 285, 296, 300

Lynch, Widow, 284

Lynch, William, 277.

Lynch’s [Ballindillanig], 512

Lyons, Mr. [Creamery Manager], 83

Mac Conmara, Donncha Rua, 164

Mac Dómhnaill, Seán Clárach, 16, 17, 18, 25, 47, 49, 164, 181, 182, 185, 211, 212, 270, 455

Mac Ruairí [MacRory]: anglicised as Rogers ?, 455

Mac Ruairí, Gillasius, 455

MacCarthy, Father, Charles, P.P, 77, 80.

MacCotter and Nicholls, 350

MacDonald, Jeanette, 109

MacEntee, Seán, 236

MacJames Barrys, 350

Mackey, Mick, 249

MacMahon, Matt, 494

MacNicholas, Mrs. James, 15

Macra na Feirme, 181

Macroom, 201

MacRory, Joseph, Cardinal, 455

MacRory: junior branch of McDonnells, 455

Macs Smile, 238

Madden, Clara, 541, 555

Maddens, Misses, 279

Madigan’s Marsh, 242

Madison, Indiana, 157

Magee, Bishop John, 567

Magner, Robert, 276.

Magnier, Caroline, 53.

Magnier, John, 131

Magrath, James, 330

Magrath, James, 41, 283.

Magrath, Margaret, 195, 330

Magrath, Maurice, 330

Magrath, Miss Peggy, 129

Magrath, Widow, 290,

Maguire, Sam, 85 [Cup]

Maher, Miss, 99.

Mahony, Daniel, 276.

Mahony, John, 55, 56

Mahony, Maurice [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Leap), 336

Mahony, Michael, 300

Mahony, Moses, 277

Mahony, Patrick, 20, 178, 291, 292, 303

Mahowney, John, 277.

Maigue poets, 185

Maisons Laffitte, 105

Maitland, Frederick, 212.

Majorca, 459

Mallow (North Cork) LDF Battalion, 175

Mallow Castle, 452

Mallow Infirmary, 56

Mallow Players [Dramatic Society], 260.

Mallow Poor Law Union, 70, 158, 160

Mallow Vocational School, 181

Mallow Workhouse, 157, 189, 229, 432,

Mallow, 20, 40, 48, 72, 84, 90, 96, 125, 140, 145, 156, 189, 249, 434, 440, 470, 480, 510, 558

Malloy, James, 276.

Malloy, John, 276.

Malone, James, 277.

Malta, 236

Manager’s Cross, 189, 391, 393, 395,

Mangaire Súgach, An, 185

Manhattan, 585

Manning, Daniel [‘Danks’], 36, 84, 104, 554, 568, 587

Manning, David, 37, 140, 543

Manning, Joe, 134, 168, 491, 496, 497, 504

Manning, John, 36, 291, 299

Manning, Kitty, 168, 486

Manning, Toby, 460

Mannix, Archbishop Daniel, 78

Manor Court, 133

Mansfield, Rev. Pierce P.P, 75, 76, 79

Maps: Townlands of Churchtown, 12; Listed Monuments in Churchtown, 347; The Churchtown Trails 391/394; County of Corke c 1685, 756; Moland’s Survey of Ballintemple [Churchtown] 1702, 757; Map of Cork c. 1720, 758; Lewis’ Map of 1837 [section], 759;

Market House, 24, 42, 70, 105, 136, 138, 158, 165, 177, 189, 190, 198, 225, 254, 437, 456, 463, 467, 468, 475, 480,533,569, 570

Market House: Deed of Transfer from Egmont Estate, 549

Market House: pre and post restoration, 533

Marksman, 190

Marl, 190

Marriage Trends [post-Famine], 432, 498

Martin [Adventurer], 27

Martin, Edmond

Martin, Edmond, 68

Martin, Micheál, TD, 24, 101, 108, 193, 573

Martin, Tom, 458

Marx Brothers, 110

Maryfield [O’Brien’s], 190, 191,

Maryfield Church – description of Holy Water Font, 98

Maryfield Church : location of Foundation Stone, Dedication Stone, Holy Water Font, and Sacred Vessels, 248; damage to and repair of Tower, 450; demolition of , 450; stone used to repair wall of Churchtown Village Cemetery, 450.

Maryfield Church and Churchyard, 16, 20, 60, 64, 70, 82, 97, 98, 109, 98, 147, 463

Maryfield Church, Sacred vessels, 539,

Maryfield Church: Inscription on Dedication Stone, 450

Maryfield churchyard; Purcell tomb, 539,

Maryland [later Maryfield Churchyard], 16, 82, 190

Mason, Jim, 233

Mass House, Annagh, 508

Mass Rock, 150, 191, 250

Mass Rock, 191,

Mass Walk [Mass Path], 41, 66, 112, 191,

Massarella, André, 94, 587

Massarella, André, Nora, 82

Massarella, Nora [née Gaffney], 131,

Massarella, Ronnie, 94

Master of the Rolls, 91

Mathew, Very Rev. Theobald [‘Apostle of Temperance’], 257

Matthews, Dick, 149

Matthews, John, 147, 545, 546

Maureen’s Restaurant, Buttevant, 448

May Eve, 190

MBE Award to Churchtown Nun, 23, 50, 564

McAleese , President Mary and her husband Martin;see President Mary McAleese

McAleese, Her Excellency, President Mary, 231, 471, 472, 474, 476

McAleese, Martin, 231, 476, 574

McAuliffe, Cornelius, 339

McAuliffe, Daniel, 171

McAuliffe, Denis, 153, 319.

McAuliffe, Edmond, 333

McAuliffe, Fr. Denis, 72, 75, 79, 278

McAuliffe, Jerry, 52, 235, 237

McAuliffe, Joe, 96..

McAuliffe, John [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown, George’s St.) 1851], 292, 323, 333

McAuliffe, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

McAuliffe, Lizzie, 264

McAuliffe, Margaret [1901 Census (Rath), 306

McAuliffe, Margaret [Griffith’s Valuation [Churchtown, George’s St], 1851, 322

McAuliffe, Margaret [Millennium citizen of Rath] 555,

McAuliffe, Paddy [‘Pat’], 181, 582

McAuliffe, Philip, 171

McAuliffe, Ptk. [Ballyvaheen], 318

McAuliffe, Richard, 176

McAuliffe, Stephen, 96.

McAuliffe, Timothy [1766 Churchtown Census], 277.

McAuliffe, Timothy [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Carrigeen), 320

McAuliffe, Tom, 541, 588

McAuliffe, William, 342

McAuliffe’s Plot, Rath, 109, 260,

McBride, John, Waterville, Ohio, 157

McCabe, Mary, 214, 570

McCabe, Shane, 214, 570

McCarthy [defeated by William Murphy at Liscarroll Castle], 199.

McCarthy, Bishop, 135

McCarthy, Bridget, 36

McCarthy, Daniel, 342

McCarthy, Dave, 128.

McCarthy, Den, 586

McCarthy, Denis [1833 Tithe Applotment] (Ballynaboul), 285

McCarthy, Denis [Ballinguile], 169 36, 480, 481, 482, 496, 498, 500, 501, 504, 505, 507, 511, 512

McCarthy, Denis [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown Village) 1851, 324

McCarthy, Denis, [Ballygrace], 36, 285

McCarthy, Ellen, 292, 304

McCarthy, Florence [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276.

McCarthy, Florence, [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census], 277

McCarthy, Fr, Eugene, C.C, 78.

McCarthy, Jim, 29, 72, 129, 192, 452, 463, 559, 565, 579, 584

McCarthy, John Joe, 177

McCarthy, Kate, 80, 244, 538

McCarthy, Kieran, 95

McCarthy, Liam [Cup], 24, 85

McCarthy, Margaret, 284.

McCarthy, Mary, 340

McCarthy, Michael [1833 Tithe Applotment (Ballynamuck,] 286, 317

McCarthy, Owen, 135

McCarthy, P

McCarthy, Pat, 135

McCarthy, Patrick, 305

McCarthy, Pte. Michael [Munster and Royal Dublin Fusiliers] 80, 134, 564

McCarthy, Widow, 277.

McCelland, Judge Baron, 55, 56

McCormack harvester, 196

McCormack, Captain, 28

McCormack, John [later Papal Count], 132, 151

McCormick, Thomas, 277.

McDaid, Jim TD, 149, 193, 547

McDermott, Fr. Tom, 79

McDonagh, James, 155

McDonagh, Tadh O’Clery

McDonald, Sheila, 109

McDonnell’s of the Glens of Antrim, 455

McDonough, sometimes McDonagh or McDonaugh [of Kanturk], 218, 416, 452

McGiff, Con, 122, 237

McGill, Jim, 75, 86, 88, 176, 555, 563

McGill, Lily, 90, 563

McGill, Mrs. Margaret, 88, 89,

McGovern, Jack, 29.

McGrath, Mce., 314

McGrath, Patrick, 276.

McLaglen, Victor, 111

McMahon family [Ballindillanig], 40

McMahon, Anthony, 147, 148, 149, 545, 546, 573

McMahon, Gerry, 573

McMahon, Joanne, 148

McMahon, Matt, 168

McMahon, Michael, 145, 146, 149, 544, 545

McMahon, Paddy Joe, 145, 544

McMahon, Paddy, 23, 96

McMahon, Pat, 545

McMahon, Paul, 147, 148, 149, 545, 546

McMahon, Seamus, 145, 544

McNamara, Fr. Tom, 165

McNamara, Martin, 157

McNamara’s Band, 86, 87, 563

McShane, Philip Oge

McSheehy, Manus Keagh, 265,

McSweeney, Rev. Pierce [returned as ‘Peter’1911 Census], P.P, 73, 77, 78, 80, 286, memorial in churchyard; 537

McSweeney, Teige, Duff, 265.

McSwiney, Katherine, 452

McSwiney, Manus Keagh

Meade, Garrett, 104, 291

Meagher, Patrick, 322

Meara, Dermod, 212

Medal of Honour see Churchtown Medal of Honour (95).

Meditations in Time of Civil War, 111

Meelick, Co. Clare, 237

Meentogues, Killarney, 213

Meldrum, 117

Melican, Eleanor and Kieran’s house [formerly Christy Stack’s], 521

Memoirs of the Reign of George II, 221

Memories 577/752

Memories of a stud farm (by Densy Egan), 586/587

Memories of Churchtown, 577/752

Mengeaud [Napoleon’s surgeon], 212

Mercer Co. Illinois, 157

Mercury, 165

Merlin, 466

Merriman, Brian, 164

Merrion Square, 32

Merrit, Mary, 214

Merry Pedlar, The

Messina, Sicily, 212

Michaelmas Day, 232

Mick Lane’s Well, 192,

Middle Gates, 94, 192,

Middlemen, 192,

Midleton, 135, 136, 454

Midnight Court, The, 164

Midsummer Day, 232

Midwifery, 192,

Milestown, Philadelphia Co., 157.

Milford, 60, 82, 145, 179

Military Archives [Irish], 176

Military Service No. 2 Bill, 35

Military Two-Step, The, 412, 413

Milk and Milking, 193.

Millennium Visit of the President, The (courtesy www.churchtown.net) , 471/477

Millstreet, 60

Milltown, 453

Ministerial visits to Churchtown, 193,

Missions, 193,

Mitchel, Mr, 62

Mitchelstown, 56, 57, 85, 135,

Mitchelstown, Co-Op, 192

Mix, Tom, 110

Mo Giolla Mear [Mo Ghile Mear], 164; version of translation, 188, 189, 202

Moanroe [Mónróe] 21, 23, 30, 129, 194, 245, 259, 262, 303,338, 371, 372, 499, 500, 584

Moanroe Bog [Entered as ‘Meanroe’, 307], 307, 423

Moanroe Elk, 129, 585

Moanroe: 1833 Tithe Applotment: returned as ‘Walshestown’

Moanroe: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 338

Moanroe: Household Census 1901 and 1911, listed as ‘No Return’ [although at least one family resided there].

Moanroe: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 303

Mobile shop and shop, 249

Mogeely, 136

Moland, Thomas, 16, 40, 43, 44, 64, 65, 113, 115, 118, 119, 127, 161, 171, 194, 195, 196, 236, 265

Moland’s Survey of Ballintemple [Churchtown] 1702, Map 757

Moland’s Survey: opening entries, 549

Molly Bawn [expression], 406

Moloney, Dr. Colette, 25, 194, 200, 411, 557

Moloney, Martin, 195

Moloney, Maurice, Cork County Manager, 458

Moloney, Ned, 251

Molowney, Edward, 278

Molyneux, Sir Thomas, 129

Món Aba [field, property of Cowhey’s, Churchtown House]

Monagay, 194

Mones, Larry, 414

Moni Imrish, 194

Montreal, 223

Monuments [Listed], 347

Mooney [Ballyhea], 142

Moore, Cecilia, 223

Moore, Judge, 55, 56

Moore, Thomas, 291

Moore’s Melodies, 578

Moraguun, 194

Moran, Bill, 413

Mórríoghain, 194

Morrison, William, 17, 230

Morrissey, Alec, Julia, 164

Morrissey, Helen, and poem, 145

Morrissey, Mary and Simon, 250

Morrissey, Pádraig, 149, 545

Morrissey, Pakie, 145, 146, 544,

Morrissy, John, 276

Morrough [Murrough], 452 see also Inchiquin, Lord (‘Murrough the Burner’)

Mortell, Paddy, 28

Mortell, Rev. Philip, 79, 80, 555

Mortimer, Gail, Jack, 71, 120, 457

Mother’s ‘tea’, 90

Motherway, Con, 139

Motherway, Richard, 100, 578

Mount Alphonsus, Limerick, 193

Mount Egmont, 127

Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin, 32, 195

Mount Pleasant Quiz League, 165

Mountbridget [formerly Knockellybreedy, Knockilbreedy, Knockkilbreedy and also written as Mount Brigid], 24, 48, 117, 126, 135, 194, 214, 238, 250, 259, 304, 339, 340, 372, 373, 432, 447, 481, 512, 584

Mountbridget Cross, 393, 395

Mountbridget: 1833 Tithe Applotment [Recorded as Knockellybreedy], 304

Mountbridget: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 339/340

Mountbridget: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 304

Mountbridget: Population Census 1901, 1911, 304

Mountcorbitt [also Dromcorbett, 256, Droumcorbett, 305, Drumcorbit, 424, Drumcorbitt, 18], 19, 31, 44, 73, 82, 114, 115, 129, 131, 132, 135, 154, 159, 195, 207, 238, 250, 259, 341, 342, 374, 393, 432, 451, 562

Mountcorbitt House, 212, 532,

Mountcorbitt: 1833 Tithe Applotment [Recorded as ‘Droumcorbett’], 305

Mountcorbitt: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 339/340

Mountcorbitt: Household Census 1901, 1911, 305

Mountcorbitt: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 305

Mountgarret [defeated Parliamentarian leader at Battle of Liscarroll], 417

Mountleader, 60

Mousing Bank, Walshestown, 271

Mowing Machine, 196, 242,

Mowlam, Marjorie ‘Mo’ MP, 95

Moylan family [village], 237

Moylan, Jack ‘Johnny’, 21, 22, 130, 168, 196/197, 299, 465, 484, 496

Moylan, Michael, 296

Moylan, Mrs and daughter Bridget, 73

Moylan, Mrs, 244

Moynihan, Denis, 55

Moynihan, Michael, TD, 472, 473, 547, 573

Moynihan, Timothy, 333

Muckross Abbey, 213.

Mud cabins [described], 420; disappearance from Churchtown by 1851, 436

Mugaine [Imogane], 15

Muintir na Tíre, 64, 74, 83, 169, 170, 197, 204, 251, 555

Mulcahy, Al, 237

Mullane, Cornelius, 339

Mullane, Hanora [Honora], 295

Mullane, John, 277.

Mungret College, Limerick 208

Munster Agricultural Society, 169

Munster, 117

Murder in the Red Barn, 260.

Murnane, E

Murphy ‘Pakie’, 88, 96, 203, 245, 411, 412, 413, 563

Murphy Denis [1833 Ballintemple (Churchtown) Tithe Applotment], 290

Murphy family [Ballynaboul], 509

Murphy Family [Egmont View], 129

Murphy family [Leap], 132, 249, 257, 444

Murphy farm [Walshestown/Leap], 508

Murphy home, Leap, 534,

Murphy Mick [Egmont View], 543

Murphy, ‘Birdie’, 200, 446

Murphy, ‘Redmond’ John, 75, 88, 159, 168, 197, 480, 494, 502, 503, 509, 494, 555

Murphy, Aggie, 264, 555

Murphy, Andrew, 317

Murphy, Bartholomew, 307, 336, 337,

Murphy, Bill [Leap], 88, 176, 198, 200, 446, 567, 569

Murphy, Bill [son, by his second marriage, of William ‘Boss’ Murphy, 199, 444

Murphy, Bridget [daughter, by his second marriage, to William ‘Boss’ Murphy], 199, 444, 562

Murphy, Catherine [Census of Ireland 1911 (Ballinaboul)], 286.

Murphy, Catherine [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Imogane)], 333

Murphy, Corns., 284.

Murphy, Dan [1901 Census [Egmont], 299

Murphy, Daniel [Father of ‘Boss’ Murphy] 77, 198, 298, 331, 444

Murphy, David, 149

Murphy, David, 99

Murphy, Deirdre, 459, 558

Murphy, Delia, 151.

Murphy, Denis, [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276.

Murphy, Dennis [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census], 278

Murphy, Dorothy, 558

Murphy, Edmond, 291.

Murphy, Edward, 278.

Murphy, Eileen, 569

Murphy, Ellen [daughter of William ‘Boss’ Murphy], 198, 444

Murphy, Fr. Patrick, C.C., 77

Murphy, Gerry, 24, 53, 72, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 123, 136, 158, 190, 198, 200, 391, 398, 566, 456, 457, 458, 459, 460, 466, 467, 468, 471, 472, 474, 476, 547, 556, 558, 559, 569, 576, 573, 574, 577

Murphy, Hannah, Maria, 566

Murphy, Hanora, 283.

Murphy, Jack [Leap], 79, 96, 154, 176, 177, 178, 179, 200, 202, 216, 227, 446, 464, 541, 543, 568

Murphy, Jack [Postman], 73, 96

Murphy, James

Murphy, James, 148

Murphy, Joe, 40.

Murphy, Johanna, 291.

Murphy, John [1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277

Murphy, John [1833 Tithe Applotment, Ballygrace], 284

Murphy, John [1911 Churchtown Village Census], 292

Murphy, John [FÁS], 471, 476, 540

Murphy, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountcorbitt), 341

Murphy, John ‘Boss’ and Margaret, 457

Murphy, John M [poet], 568

Murphy, John Pat, 104, 204, 557, 564

Murphy, John, ‘Boss’, 36, 83, 178, 199, 200, 202, 227, 260, 411, 413, 414, 444/446, 457, 562, 569

Murphy, Joseph, 37

Murphy, Liam, 547

Murphy, Maggie, 37

Murphy, Margaret [daughter by his second marriage of John ‘Boss’ Murphy], 199

Murphy, Margaret [signatory to 1918 Anti-Conscription Pledge] 36

Murphy, Margaret [sister of John ‘Boss’ Murphy], 562

Murphy, Margaret [wife of John ‘Boss’ Murphy], 569

Murphy, Mary [1911 Census (Egmont), 299

Murphy, Mary [daughter, by his second marriage, of William ‘Boss’ Murphy] 199, 444, 562

Murphy, Michael [1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown)] 307, 336

Murphy, Michael [Jnr. 1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown)], 336

Murphy, Michael, [Under-14 Football player 1985], 545

Murphy, Mrs William, 199

Murphy, Niamh, 346, 459, 558

Murphy, Nora, 36, 47, 566

Murphy, Pat, 569, 573, 574

Murphy, Patrick [1901/1911 Churchtown Village Census], 291, 292

Murphy, Peggy, 200, 446

Murphy, Rev. Daniel [son of William ‘Boss’ Murphy] 198, 567,

Murphy, Rev. P, 140

Murphy, Rev.Matthew [son of William ‘Boss’ Murphy], 198, 199, 444, 567,

Murphy, Right. Rev. Dr. Bishop of Cloyne, 76

Murphy, Robert, 146, 147, 545

Murphy, Tom [Village], 23, 64, 96, 129, 144, 203, 233, 542,

Murphy, William [legendary sledge-thrower], 199, 480

Murphy, William [Under-14 player], 146, 147, 545

Murphy, William ‘Boss’, 17, 37, 77, 83, 178, 198, 200, 242, 307, 308, 444, 457, 468, 480, 562, 567

Murphy, William Boss: 1888 Wedding invitation to his daughter’s wedding in Iowa, 548

Murphy’s Bar [later O’Keeffe’s], 525,

Murphy’s Boss and the Village Inn, 198

Murphy’s Quarry [Egmont] 181

Murphy’s Quarry [Walshestown], 181

Murphy’s Rock [Egmont], 126, 177, 202,

Murphy’s, Mr [ref. to ‘Goaling Field], 143, 151

Murrain, 202,

Murray, Michael, 289.

Murray, Pete, 234.

Murroe, Thomas, 68

Murrough the Burner, 266

Murry, John, 276

Musicians, 202

Muskerry, Lord, 35

My Hometown, 237, 560

My Sad Downfall, 266/67

My Village of Churchtown, 149

Myxomatosis, 233

Nagle family [Fermoy], 213

Nagle, Matthew, 277.

Nagle, Richard, 177

Napoleon in Exile; or a Voice from St. Helena, 212.

Napoleon’s tooth (1836 auction of), 213

Napoleonic Wars, 418

Nash, James, 163

Nash, Tom, 159

Nation, The, 186, 199

National Agricultural Labourers’ Union, 436

National Board [of Education], 69, 422

National History Museum, Dublin, 23, 129, 585

National Library of Ireland, 250

National Museum, Dublin, 179, 241

National School System, 1831, 437

National Tidy Towns see Tidy Towns

National Volunteers, 21, 267,

Nationwide, 204,459

Nattie’s Corner, 204,

Naylor, Margaret, 342

Nazareth House, 80

Ned Moloney’s Boreen, 49.

Neenan, James, 289.

Neil, John, 276.

Neilan, David, 277.

Neilson, Samuel, 262

Nenagh Horse Fair, 130.

Nettle, 204.

Neville, Ralph

New Barn, 109, 128, 204, 229, 391, 392, 393, 451, 461, 534,

New Barn, Legend of, 497

New Boston,

New Cottages, 129

New Line [Buffers Cross], 126, 205

New Line [Railway Gates], 205

New Question Time, The, 234.

New York [City ], 157, 214, 477, 585

Newbury, 1st Baron, 222.

Newcastlewest Bus, 54, 204, 244

Newmarket [Suffolk], 90

Newmarket, 80, 83

Newspapers, 205

Newton, Sir Isaac, 451

Newtownshandrum, 80, 83, 89, 165, 214 562

Ní Ruairí, Máire, 455

Nic Dhómnaill, Máire, 185

Nicholas IV, Pope, 14

Nicholl, L. D., 174

Nicholls [Nickolls], William 126, 423, 424, 438

Nick Dundee 554

Nickolls, William (423), see Nicholls,

Night of the Big Wind, 18, 198, 206, 386

Nipper, 151

Nitrogen Éireann Teo., 201

Nivita Tragedy, 24, 207,

Nivita, 150, 203, 567, 471,

Nolan, ‘Gypo’, 111.

Nolan, Brian, 148

Non-conformists, 207,

Noonan family, 73, 150

Noonan, Darby, 277.

Noonan, Eilibhís, 100, 169, 484

Noonan, James, 289.

Noonan, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Noonan, John [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown Village) 1851, 324

Noonan, John, [1911 Churchtown Village Census], 36, 292

Noonan, Maurice [1766 Census of Churchtown], 277

Noonan, Maurice [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountbridget), 340

Noonan, Michael, 344

Noonan, Miss, 100

Noonan, Mrs, 100

Noonan, Patrick [1833 Tithe Applotment (Gurteenroe) 300, 332

Noonan, Patrick, 73, 291,

Noonan, Thomas, 320.

Norket [Norcott?], William, (Cromwellian), 499

Norman, William 278.

Normandy, 217

Norris, Rev. William P.P., 76, 79

North America, 130,

North Cork INTO Mini-7s Hurling Championship 1994/95: winners; Churchtown, 147

North Cork Junior ‘B’ Football Championship 1990: winners; Churchtown, 147

North Cork Junior ‘B’ Hurling Championship 2004: winners; Churchtown, 149, 545

North Cork Junior B Football Championship 2003: winners; Churchtown, 545

North Cork Junior Hurling Championship 1929: winners; Churchtown, 140, 543

North Cork Militia, 272

North Cork Novice Hurling Championship 1969: winners; Churchtown, 145/6, 544

North Cork School’s Hurling Championship 1994/95: winners; Churchtown, 147

North Cork Schools’ Football Championship 1989/90; winners Churchtown, 147

North Cork Schools’ Football Championship 1991/92: winners; Churchtown, 147

North Cork Schools’ Football Championship 1995/96: winners; Churchtown, 147

North Cork Schools’ Hurling Championship 1989/90: winners; Churchtown, 147

North Cork Schools’ Hurling Championship 1991/92: winners; Churchtown, 147

North Cork Under-12 Football League 1995: winners; Churchtown, 148

North Cork Under-12 Hurling Championship 1995: winners; Churchtown, 148

North Cork Under-14 Football Championship 1995: winners; Churchtown, 148

North Cork Under-14 Grade ‘C’ Championship 1985: winners; Churchtown, 545

North Cork Under-14 Hurling Championship 1961; winners; Churchtown, 544

North Cork Under-14 Hurling League1995: winners; Churchtown, 148.

North Cork Under-16 Football Championship 1995: winners; Churchtown, 148

North Cork Under-16 Football League1995: winners; Churchtown, 148

North Cork Under-21 Football Championship1998: winners; Churchtown, 149

North Cork Under-21 Hurling Championship, 2000: winners; Churchtown, 149

North Weston, Somerset, 216

Northern Ireland [State], 66, 245

Norton-Barry, Mrs, 125

Norton-Barry, William, 125

Nugent, Henry, 454

Number 10, 207,

Ó Ceallacháin, Seán Óg, 234.

Ó Dómhnaill, an t-Athair Nioclás, 185.

Ó Hicí, Ruairí, 47, 566

Ó Muircheartaigh, Micheál, 24, 149

Ó Riain, Liam, [see Ryan, William J], 239

O.S.S., 110, 509

O’ Brien, Mrs Angela, 172, 565

O’Brien [Ballyhea hurler], 142

O’Brien Alphonsus [‘Fonsie’], 208

O’Brien Daniel [Ballygrace], 169, 285

O’Brien Elsie, 564

O’Brien family (Vintners), 48, 251,

O’Brien family [Clashganniv], 112, 159

O’Brien James [1911 Churchtown Village census], 292

O’Brien John, [Annagh], 168, 495,

O’Brien Mary [now of Newtownshandrum], 214

O’Brien Patrick [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Carrigeen)], 320

O’Brien sisters, Eileen and Kathleen [Mountcorbitt], 532

O’Brien sisters, Eileen, Kathleen, [Mountcorbitt], 131, 159, 195

O’Brien T.P. [Mountcorbitt], 73, 227, 305

O’Brien William [Nationalist MP], 173

O’Brien, [Dr.] Vincent, 18, 22, 28, 29, 34, 80, 85, 112, 113, 125, 130, 131, 176, 196, 207, 208/11, 212, 464, 465, 468, 572

O’Brien, Barth., 298

O’Brien, Bridget, 36

O’Brien, Charles [1833 Tithe Applotment, Ballygrace], 284

O’Brien, Charles [son of Dr. Vincent], 209

O’Brien, Ciaran, 456

O’Brien, Commandant Paddy, 159, 249, 267

O’Brien, Con [‘Bard of Ballyhea’], 28, 141, 199

O’Brien, Con [Signatory Anti-Conscription Campaign], 36

O’Brien, Cors. 315.

O’Brien, Dan [Daniel P.] Clashganniv, 21, 36, 37, 73, 112, 113, 125, 130, 196, 197, 208, 227, 294, 464,

O’Brien, Daniel [{Ballindillanig), 313

O’Brien, Daniel [Ballyvaheen], 287, 319.

O’Brien, David {Hurling and footballer], 148, 149, 545, 546

O’Brien, David, [son of M.V. O’Brien], 209

O’Brien, Dermot, 22, 208

O’Brien, Donal, 88, 176, 184, 208,

O’Brien, Dr. James, 57

O’Brien, Eileen, 195, 555

O’Brien, Eliza, 36

O’Brien, Elizabeth, 209

O’Brien, Frank, 125, 131, 140, 227, 543

O’Brien, Heather, 459, 565

O’Brien, Ignatius, 208

O’Brien, Jack, 510

O’Brien, James [Clashganniv], 208

O’Brien, James [Vintner] 36, 73, 211, 291, 292.

O’Brien, Jane, 209

O’Brien, Jeremiah [Churchtown Village], 291.

O’Brien, Jeremiah, [Annagh South], 281.

O’Brien, Jim, 145, 146, 544

O’Brien, Johanna, 302

O’Brien, John [1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown), 307

O’Brien, John [1901 Census (Ballygrace)], 284

O’Brien, John [Clashganniv], 208

O’Brien, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Cregannacourty)], 328

O’Brien, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Imogane)], 333

O’Brien, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountcorbitt), 341

O’Brien, Kathleen [Clashganniv], 208

O’Brien, Kathleen [Mountcorbitt] 195, 555

O’Brien, Margaret, 108, 113, 211, 565, 574, 576

O’Brien, Mark, 148, 565

O’Brien, Mary, 36, 341

O’Brien, Michael [Annagh Bogs] 77, 310,

O’Brien, Michael [Ballynamuck], 318.

O’Brien, Michael [Imogane], 301, 337

O’Brien, Michael, [Clashelane], 293

O’Brien, Mr. D.G.B., 209

O’Brien, Mrs William, 244

O’Brien, Mrs, Ellen, 315, 332

O’Brien, Noel 37, 113, 131, 211, 565

O’Brien, Nora,

O’Brien, Pat, 25, 131, 141, 145, 163, 211

O’Brien, Pauline, 208

O’Brien, Rev. Daniel, 48, 57, 76, 79, 91

O’Brien, Rev. John, P.P., 75, 79

O’Brien, Robert, 342

O’Brien, Sarah, 565

O’Brien, Susan, 209

O’Brien, Thomas (Amateur Rider], 131, 145, 233, 459, 522, 544, 564

O’Brien, Thomas [first licence holder O’Brien’s bar], 53, 105, 121, 211, 283, 284, 285, 320

O’Brien, Thomas [Jnr.], 148, 149, 545, 546

O’Brien, Tim, 91

O’Brien, Tom [Vintner], 30, 48, 73, 78, 138, 140, 141, 162, 193, 227, 252, 143, 560, 563, 565, 572

O’Brien, Widow 296, 305

O’Brien, William [Labour TD and Trade Unionist], 36

O’Brien, William ‘Bilda’, 73, 292, 482, 504.

O’Brien, William Smith, 156

O’Brien’s [shop], 172, 180, 193,

O’Brien’s bakery, 51, 211, 236

O’Brien’s bar, 25, 89, 90, 131, 136, 149, 150, 158, 163, 197, 211, 245, 463, 521, 524, 550,

O’Brien’s Bridge [Stacks Bridge], 249

O’Brien’s field [village], 177, 231

O’Brien’s garage, 251

O’Callaghan [Ballyhea hurler], 142

O’Callaghan Mr. [Egmont House], 128

O’Callaghan, ‘Jim,’ [James, fiddle and concertina player], 200, 203, 411, 445, 498

O’Callaghan, Bill, 561

O’Callaghan, Bridget, 50.

O’Callaghan, Callaghan, 282.

O’Callaghan, Crohor, 452

O’Callaghan, Denis [Buttevant], 129

O’Callaghan, Denis, 56

O’Callaghan, Dermoid

O’Callaghan, Donagh, 452

O’Callaghan, James [LDF], 177

O’Callaghan, James, 148

O’Callaghan, John, 282.

O’Callaghan, John, NT, 99

O’Callaghan, Kennedy, 322

O’Callaghan, Mary, 291

O’Callaghan, Matthew, 36

O’Callaghan, Maurice, 463

O’Callaghan, Michael, 112, 413

O’Callaghan, Miss Margaret [later Mrs Thomas Wall] 100, 578

O’Callaghan, Mossie, 145, 544

O’Callaghan, Mr. [Creamery Manager], 83

O’Callaghan, Mrs [village], 244

O’Callaghan, Neil, 147

O’Callaghan, Pat, 472, 473

O’Callaghan, Rev. Daniel, 80

O’Callaghan, Richard, 292

O’Callaghan, Timothy, 291

O’Casey, Seán, 111

O’Connell Paddy, 471, 476, 540,

O’Connell, Daniel [‘The Liberator’] 61,112, 118, 121, 199, 213

O’Connell, Denny see Connell, Denny.

O’Connell, Eliza, 48, 171, 552.

O’Connell, Eva

O’Connell, John [son of the Liberator], 440, 441

O’Connell, Johnny, 145, 544

O’Connell, Lady Margaret Mary [née Purcell], 451

O’Connell, Mick, 144

O’Connell, Mrs Margaret, 448

O’Connell, Pat [FÁS], 547

O’Connell, Pat, 146, 147, 545

O’Connell, Pat, FÁS], 95, 471, 476

O’Connell, Private, 28.

O’Connell, Rev. Eugene, P.P, 77, 80

O’Connell, Sir Maurice, 61

O’Connor [‘Willie O’], 117, 162, 189, 494

O’Connor brothers, 89

O’Connor family [Egmont], 159

O’Connor farm [Leap], 181

O’Connor, Connor, 277.

O’Connor, Daniel, 291, 292

O’Connor, Donald [Actor], 110

O’Connor, Henry, 442

O’Connor, Hugh, 582

O’Connor, James K, 37, 73, 227, 237

O’Connor, James, 177

O’Connor, Karl, 569

O’Connor, Liz, 90

O’Connor, Mary, 74, 125, 197, 575,

O’Connor, Michael, 104, 147, 545, 546,

O’Connor, Patrick [1983 Churchtown N.S. team] 146, 147, 545, 546, 560

O’Connor, Patrick ‘Patsy’, 36, 84, 168, 281, 491

O’Connor, R.F, 39

O’Connor, Rory, 234

O’Connor, Seamus, 147, 545, 546

O’Connor, Terence, 177

O’Connor, Thomas, 36, 303

O’Connor, William, 36, 83,

O’Connor’s Rock, 126, 211,

O’Connor’s shop, 34

O’Connor’s’ Wood, Egmont, 232

O’Conor, Charles Owen (The O’Conor Don, 46

O’Daly, Sabia

O’Dea, Dinny, 412

O’Dea, Nora, 569

O’Dea, P.J., 249

O’Dea, Paddy, 112, 412, 413

O’Donnel, John, 276.

O’Donnell, Tom, 131

O’Donoghue, Edward, 56

O’Donoghue, Nellie, 555

O’Donoghue, Patrick, 177

O’Donovan & Co, 456 see O’Donovan Stewart

O’Donovan family [Cullig], 119

O’Donovan M, [later Fr. ‘Mossie’] 140, 143

O’Donovan, Anne, 148

O’Donovan, Annette, 23,

O’Donovan, Brian, 148, 149, 545, 546

O’Donovan, Con, 559, 565

O’Donovan, Eddie, 145, 237, 544

O’Donovan, Edmond, J.P., D.C, 73

O’Donovan, Edward, 36, 297

O’Donovan, Joan, 459

O’Donovan, Margaret, 96

O’Donovan, Michael, 586

O’Donovan, Ned, 145, 544

O’Donovan, Stewart & Co, 456, 457

O’Donovan’s, Eddie, 54,

O’Driscoll family [Egmont House],128.

O’Driscoll, Anne, 36

O’Driscoll, Caroline, 53

O’Driscoll, Denis, 267

O’Driscoll, Michael, 88, 108

O’Driscoll, P.J., 226

O’Driscoll, Rev. Donal, 79, 80

O’Farrell, Pádraig, 270

O’Flaherty, Jack, 211, 517, 546, 554

O’Flaherty, Liam, 111

O’Flaherty, Paddy [of whiskey fame], 243

O’Flaherty, Peggy, 108, 211, 466, 471, 477, 517, 574, 576

O’Flaherty, Rosemary, 211

O’Flaherty, Thomas, 148, 149, 544, 546

O’Flaherty, Tony, 146, 147, 545, 546

O’Flaherty’s Shop, 211, 517

O’Flynn, Ann, 203

O’Flynn, Bill, 82, 84, 90, 145, 150 203, 566, 541, 569, 578

O’Flynn, Bridget Mary, 203

O’Flynn, D., 227

O’Flynn, Ian, 148

O’Flynn, Mrs Kathleen, 203, 566,

O’Flynn, Mrs,, [Ballyadam], 244

O’Flynn, Richard, see Flynn, Richie

O’Flynn, W. 227

O’Grady Cup, 89

O’Grady, Cornelius, 293

O’Grady, David, 36

O’Grady, Gobnait, 567

O’Grady, Jim, 89, 143, 144

O’Grady, Maurice, 567

O’Grady, Richard, 304

O’Halloran, Joe, 129

O’Halloran, Liam, 546

O’Halloran, Lorraine, 148

O’Halloran, Michael (17th century), 185

O’Halloran, Michael [GAA star] 148, 149, 545, 546

O’Halloran, Sylvester [nephew of Seán Clárach MacDómhnaill], 185

O’Hara, Patrick, 317

O’Hehir, Micheál, 234

O’Herlihy family, 24, 25, 474

O’Herlihy, Anita, 24, 148, 207, 475, 567,

O’Herlihy, Emma, 207, 475

O’Herlihy, Joe, 148

O’Herlihy, Liam and Marie, 456, 475 ..mentioned elsewhere

O’Herlihy, Niamh, 24, 207, 475, 567

O’Higgins, Brian, 100

O’Holan, Thomas, Rev.97, 225, 449

O’Keeffe family [Annagh Bog], 582

O’Keeffe, Arthur, 153

O’Keeffe, Dan, 36

O’Keeffe, Eddie, 139, 196

O’Keeffe, Eileen, 563

O’Keeffe, Ellen NT, 99, 291

O’Keeffe, Ellie Mary, 80, 83, 96

O’Keeffe, Fr. Bartholomew, C.C, D.D. 77

O’Keeffe, Margaret-Cullinan, 200, 444

O’Keeffe, Mary, 86

O’Keeffe, Michael [1901 Churchtown Census], 291

O’Keeffe, Michael, 84, 140, 543

O’Keeffe, Mrs W, 73

O’Keeffe, Nora, 80, 96

O’Keeffe, Paddy [Carpenter], 73, 90, 168, his house; 535,

O’Keeffe, Paddy [Publican], 22, 73, 140, 144, 159, 200, 444, 543

O’Keeffe, Paddy [Undertaker, Buttevant], 139

O’Keeffe, Pat. M. 543

O’Keeffe, Patrick [1911 Churchtown Village Census], 292

O’Keeffe, Private, 28

O’Keeffe, Rev Timothy, C.C., 77, 80

O’Keeffe, Sean, 560

O’Keeffe, Timothy, 285.

O’Keeffe, Tom, 140, 543

O’Keeffe, William [‘Billy’], 538, 542,543, 564

O’Keeffe, William [1911 Census of Ireland (Churchtown Village)], 292

O’Keeffe’s bar, 28, 136, 524

O’Keeffe’s house, 198

O’Leary Farm, 265

O’Leary home, Walshestown, 150

O’Leary sisters, Katie, Maggie, 244

O’Leary, Denis [‘Densie’], 177

O’Leary, Denis [‘Muss’], 543

O’Leary, Denis, 265, 543, 560 ‘Long Denny’ …is it Walshestown?

O’Leary, Eugene, 582, 586

O’Leary, John [Walshestown], 177

O’Leary, John, [1833 Tithe Applotment (Creggannacourty], 296, 316, 328,

O’Leary, Kevin, 145, 146, 147, 544, 545

O’Leary, Mary, 324

O’Leary, Mary, 324

O’Leary, Rev. David, P.P., 18, 76, 79, 154, 156, 325

O’Leary, Sean, 573

O’Leary, Thomas, 36, 57,

O’Leary, Timothy, 299

O’Mahony, Denis, 145, 146, 544

O’Mahony, George, 266

O’Mahony, Jack, 84, 86, 140, 141, 142, 177, 543

O’Mahony, John [Fenian], 57

O’Mahony, John 147.

O’Mahony, Lieutenant, 28

O’Mahony, Mary, 63

O’Mahony, Maurice, 51, 140, 141, 145, 211, 236, 543, 544, 561

O’Mahony, Paddy Joe, 63, 83, 136, 145, 146, 544, 559, 564, 569

O’Mahony, Pat, 36, 140,

O’Mahony, Patrick ‘Condy’, 51, 80, 96, 206, 211, 236, 480, 524,

O’Mahony, Rev. Stephen, 79, 188

O’Mahony, Sean, 560

O’Mahony, Thomas, 57

O’Mara’s, 172

O’Meara family, 212

O’Meara, Dr. Barry Edmond, 18, 211, 212,

O’Meara, Jeremiah, 212

O’Mongayn, [Moygayn] Donald, P.P., 14, 75, 79

O’Mulligan, Hugh

O’Neill, Andrew, 342

O’Neill, Denis, 83.

O’Neill, Laurence, 36

O’Neill, Mary, 291

O’Neill, Miss, 99

O’Neill, Tony, 159

O’Regan, Angela, NT, 101, 477, 546

O’Reilly Players, The, 414

O’Riordan, Canon, J, 224

O’Rourke, The, Lord of Breifne, 119

O’Rourke, Willie, 259

O’Rourke’s Castle, 43

O’Shaughnessy, Hanora, 291

O’Shea, Dónal, 101,

O’Shea, Kathy, 36

O’Sullivan ‘Booney’ family, 165, 245

O’Sullivan Beare, [Dónal Cam], 14, 43, 119, 394, 531

O’Sullivan Bessie [later Mrs D. Relihan], 168, 493

O’Sullivan family [Clashelane], 112

O’Sullivan family [Coolmore], 115

O’Sullivan family [Corner House], 246

O’Sullivan family [Cullig], 119

O’Sullivan family [Dunbarry], 125

O’Sullivan family [one-time tenants of former barracks], 237

O’Sullivan, Aisling, 385

O’Sullivan, Billy, 145, 146, 544

O’Sullivan, Brenda, 459

O’Sullivan, Bridget [Titanic victim], 20, 256,

O’Sullivan, Dan ‘[‘Aval’], 36

O’Sullivan, Daniel (Father of Denny ‘Booney’) [possibly 36], 291, 292

O’Sullivan, Danny [jockey], 465

O’Sullivan, Denis [Denlen Electronics]. 71, 120, 143, 561

O’Sullivan, Denis [famine emigrant], 157

O’Sullivan, Denis [grandfather of Eileen Ahern-O’Connor and Relihan family], 168, 292, 494, 554

O’Sullivan, Denis, [Clashelane] 36, 137, 511

O’Sullivan, Denny ‘Booney’, 25, 46, 48, 50, 73, 80, 84, 99, 130, 137, 139, 245, 251, 270, 408, 524, 561

O’Sullivan, Donal [Boss Murphy’s], 198, 460

O’Sullivan, Dónal, 101, 109, 140, 177, 245, 582,

O’Sullivan, Donie, 64, 145, 544

O’Sullivan, Ellen, 36

O’Sullivan, Hannah ‘Booney’, 73, 80, 234, 561

O’Sullivan, J.A., 37

O’Sullivan, James [1901/1911 Census (Rath), 306

O’Sullivan, James [FÁS], 547

O’Sullivan, James [Under-14 Gaelic player], 147, 545

O’Sullivan, Jeremiah [Dunbarry], 298

O’Sullivan, Jerry (Windmill], 144

O’Sullivan, Jerry [Publican], 131, 189, 198, 271, 456, 557, 560

O’Sullivan, Jim. [Jimmy], 83, 177, 582

O’Sullivan, Joe, 144, 176

O’Sullivan, John [Lisgriffin], 244

O’Sullivan, John [O’Sullivan Beare event visitor], 566,

O’Sullivan, John [Scéim na Scoile], 168, 482

O’Sullivan, John [Under-21 footballer] 149

O’Sullivan, Johnny [Musician], 413

O’Sullivan, Kevin, 53

O’Sullivan, Lena, 192

O’Sullivan, Mary Mae, 54

O’Sullivan, Maureen, 88, 203

O’Sullivan, Maurice [Buffer’s Cross], 54, 134,

O’Sullivan, Maurice, [Under-14 player], 147, 545

O’Sullivan, Michael [Snr. Ballynaboul], 168, 169, 482, 501, 513,

O’Sullivan, Michael [Jnr. Ballynaboul], 501, 510, 513

O’Sullivan, Michael, 36, 77

O’Sullivan, Micky, 543

O’Sullivan, Mrs Lizzie, 36, 244

O’Sullivan, Mrs. [St. Brigid’s Well cure, 1905], 584

O’Sullivan, Nora, 136, 551

O’Sullivan, Owen Roe [Eoghan Rua Ó Súilleabháin], 163, 213, 488, 499/500

O’Sullivan, Patrick, 293

O’Sullivan, Peter, 64, 74, 131, 224, 554, 555

O’Sullivan, Private Thomas, 134, 139

O’Sullivan, Susie, 73, 524, 561

O’Sullivan, William [jockey], 554 … check in case above is same

O’Sullivan, William, 168, 480, 493, 494, 495,

O’Sullivan, Willie [Musician], 244, 413

O’Sullivan’s Bar [formerly Flannerys], 557; ‘Last Orders’ at; 560, 561

O’Sullivans (Booney’s’), 104, 206

O’Sullivans Beare’s Epic March described at Ballyhoura Way, 43 and Curraheen Bridge, 119.

O’Sullivans, Corner House, 104

O’Toole, Colm, 104

O’Tuama, Seán, 185, 186

Obelisk, 174

Obelisk, 208, 242, 518, 570

Obstruction [Parliamentary, 173

October Horse Fair, Buttevant [now defunct], 511

Ogham, 211,231

Oirria Barria, 213, 416,

Old Friend, 554

Old Pike, The, 242

Oldcourt, 31

Oliver, Mrs, 203.

One-way flour, 236

Orange Order, 31, 272

Orchard Field, 41

Ordnance Survey, 14, 18, 33, 38, 124, 259

Orrery and Kilmore, 40, 45, 68, 69, 70, 213, 256, 266

Orrery, Earl of, 170

Our Lady’s lamp, 180

Outdoor Relief, 157, 213,

Owen Roe O’Sullivan, 163, 213, 488, 499/500

Owens, Archibald, 276

Owens, Dick, 205.

Owens, Jesse, 242.

Oxford [College], 59, 224,

Oxford, Treaty of, 417

Paddy the Irishman, 510

Padre Pio Nursing Home, 24, 42, 71, 214, 458, 472, 473, 570

Paget, Miss Dorothy, 197, 464

Paid In His Own Coin, 86, 89

Pairc na gCapall [Kilgrogan], 508

Páirc na Locha, 191,

Paircín na Cille, 214, 508

Paircín na Fola, 35, 214,

Paircín na Gloch, 214,

Paircín na Locha, 214,

Paircín na Sagart [Annagh], 508, 509

Pakington, Revd. Rector 97, 449, .

Panis Angelicus, 132

Papal Taxation, 14, 81

Parish Schools, 215,

Parish Sports Field, 23

Parish, 215,.

Parker, Cecil, 110

Parker, Mary [mother of Robert A. Anderson, Mountcorbitt], 451

Parkinson, J.J., 92, 464

Parkinson, John [Solicitor engaged to prepare (later disputed )Will of 5th Earl Egmont], 428, 429, 430, 431

Parliament Square, [London], 37

Parliamentary [Land} Act, 1708, 120

Parliamentary Act of 1537, 215

Parliamentary Gazetteer of Ireland, 69

Parochial Commissioners, 257

Parochial House, 41Parnell, Charles Stewart, 173, 199, 226

Parson’s House, [Parsonage], 19, 82, 98, 150, 198, 215, 532,

Paruchiae, 216

PAS, 261

Passage Field, 216,

Pathé News, 110

Pathologia Hereditaria Generalis, 212

Patrick’s St, Cork, 446

Pattern, 216, 247

Patterson, ‘Bert’, 260

Paullett, Isabella, 222

Pawnall, Robert [Egmont claimant], 223

Paymaster-General, 221

Peace Preservation Force, 54, 216,

Pearson, Peter: Views of Churchtown, Imogane and Moanroe, 559

Peck, Gregory, 110

Peel, Sir Robert, 121, 154, 216

Peelers, 216

Peels Brimstone, 152, 156

Peggy’s Leg (candy], 407

Peggy’s Rock [Flannery’s Quarry, which also see], 17, 136, 137, 216,

Penal Laws, 152, 163, 191, 263

Penny Farthing bicycle, 46

People, The, 206, 267

Perceval Chalice and Sacred Vessels (1713)[description], 449

Perceval Edward, 14, 42, 44, 115, 170

Perceval Estate, 152

Perceval family 216/224, 532

Perceval Frederick George Moore, 11th Earl of Egmont, 223,

Perceval John [youngest son of Richard the Crusader], 217

Perceval Papers, 35

Perceval River, 551

Perceval Robert, 3rd, Baron, 217

Perceval Sir Edward [1682-1691], 418

Perceval, Augustus Arthur, 8th Earl of Egmont, 223,

Perceval, Charles George, 7th Earl of Egmont, 20, 37, 198, 222, 223

Perceval, Charles John, 9th Earl of Egmont, 223

Perceval, George James, 6th Earl of Egmont, 19, 222, 255, 429

Perceval, George, 450

Perceval, Henry, 423

Perceval, Henry, Frederick John James, 5th Earl of Egmont, 18, 222, 254, 255, 449,

Perceval, James William [Egmont claimant], 223

Perceval, John James, 3rd Earl of Egmont, 17, 221, 222, 418

Perceval, Lady, 15, 58

Perceval, Philippa see Perceval, Sir Philip [d. 1680],

Perceval, Rev. Charles, 72, 97, 276, 278

Perceval, Richard {Strongbow’s ally}, 217

Perceval, Robert {fl.1066 AD], 217

Perceval, Robert, 1st Baron, 14, 216

Perceval, Sir John [d 1680], 417/418, 453

Perceval, Sir John [d. 1665], 127, 170, 219, 265, 350, 357

Perceval, Sir John [d. 1686], 219, 266

Perceval, Sir John [d. 1686], 418, … These need more sorting out

Perceval, Sir John, 1st Earl of Egmont, 16, 17, 40, 58, 59, 97, 99, 219, 454

Perceval, Sir John, 2nd Earl of Egmont, 220,

Perceval, Sir John, 4th Earl of Egmont, 18, 219, 222, 418, 422

Perceval, Sir Philip [d. 1680], 219, 418

Perceval, Sir Philip [d.1647], 14, 15, 35, 41, 42, 44, 57, 115, 170, 218, 266, 416, 452, 453

Perceval, Spencer, 221, 223.

Perceval, Thomas [son of 3rd Baron and last Baron Perceval], 217

Perceval, Viscount, 16

Percevals, 120,

Perch [measurement], 223

Percival, Francis, 68

Percival, Richard [confidential agent of Lord Burghley], 416

Perrot, Sir John

Peters Paddock, 183, 191, 224,

Petty Sessions, 1659, 265

Petty, Dr. William, 124

Philip, Duke of Orleans, 185

Phoneix Park, 92, 132

Physical Heritage 347/382

Physician Extraordinary to the Prince of Wales, 255

Physician in Ordinary to the Prince of Wales, 255

Pierce No. 4 & No. 10, 196

Pig lorry, 172

Pigeon Field, Ballyadam, 84, 104, 224,

Pigot, Edmond, 277

Pigott, Margaret, 336

Pigotts [Ballyhea], 142

Pigotts musical emporium[Cork], 198,446

Pilot, 206

Pinder, 224, 230.

Pipe Roll of Cloyne, 16, 68, 82, 224, 230, 448,

Piseoige [oral tradition], 506/507

Pitch and Toss, 183, 225,

Pitt, William {the ‘Elder’], 221

Placenames Branch, 28

Plaice, Katie, 207

Plan of Campaign, 19, 226,

Plantation of Ulster, 117.

Plaques [bronze], 242, 518, 541; other 556

Pledge, The, 194

Ploughing Championship, 226,

Ploughland, 226.

Plunkett, Horace, 31

Plunkett, Horace, 451

Point-to-Point Race Card cover, 550

Point-to-Point, 206,

Poison Gas, 134

Pole [measurement], 223,

Poll na Leanbh, Coolmore, 229

Poll na mBó, Moanroe, 229

Polo Grounds, New York, 42

Polo, Marco

Pond Field, Mountcorbitt, 229

Poor Enquiry [1836], 420

Poor Law Commissioner [comment by Cork Commissioner], 435

Poor Law Commissioners, 18, 122

Poor Law Evaluation, 174, 229,

Poor Law Relief, 122, 213

Poor Law Union, 48, 229

Poor Law Unions, 122

Poor Law, 232, 435

Poor Rate, 232

Pope Adrian IV, 174

Pope Pius XI, 132

Pope Pius XII, 62,

Population [post-Famine], 432

Post and Telegraphs [Irish], 165

Post Office Overseas Telegraphs, 165

Post Office Worker’s Union {UPW], 165

Potato Blight, re-occurrence, 439

Poteen, 229,

Poulafreestone Hill, 229; poem on, 230, 391

Poulcormac, 38

Pound [Village], 69, 230, 250, 422

Pound Corner, 46, 95, 104, 182, 230, 242, 569

Power, Capt. David, 453

Power, John, 322

Power, Rev. John, 282

Power, Seán TD, 193

Prendergast, Revd. Thomas, 97

Presbyterians, 256,

President Mary McAleese, 24, 95, 108, 459, 470, 471,472, 473, 474, 476, 477, 559, 574, 575,

Presidential Visit, 2000, 114, 115, 182, 198, 231, 237 : see also The Millennium Visit of the President, 471/477.

Presidential Visit: Invitation Card, 574

Price, Dr. Dorothy, 261

Price-increases post-Famine, 439

Priddis, Calgary, 223

Priest’s Cross, 394, 395

Primary Certificate Examination, 23

Prime Minister, 221

Prince of Wales [later George II], 221

Prince of Wales [later George IV], 255

Princip, Gabriel, 133

Privy Seal, 133

Proselytisers, 247.

Protestant Priest, 57

Proverbs [oral tradition], 500/501

Provisional Government, 111

Public Record Office [Dublin], 67, 224, 416, 448

Public Relations Institute of Ireland, 201

Pullia, High Rath, 231, 247,

Pump [Village], 104, 231, 524,

Pumps, 231, 463

Punch and Judy, 231

Purcell children of John and Ann: John Mathew Charles, Raymond John Mayo, Charles Francis, Mary, Anita, Margaret Mary, Elizabeth, Louisa (‘Lulu’), Matilda Josephine, Angela, 61

Purcell children of Rev. Matthew and Elizabeth: John, Matilda, Eliza, Henrietta, Margaret, Emily, Louisa, Octavia, Georgina, 60

Purcell Family Arms, 64

Purcell family, 357

Purcell family; tomb, 191.

Purcell, Dr. Richard, 60

Purcell, Eliza, 266

Purcell, Elizabeth Mary, 60

Purcell, Elizabeth, 92

Purcell, Fr. Patrick, C.C 76.

Purcell, John [‘Knight of the Knife’], 59, 60, 263,

Purcell, John [son of Rev. Matthew Purcell], 61, 300, 319, 341, 342, 432

Purcell, Josephine, Ryan -, 565

Purcell, Lieutenant Charles Francis, 62, 135

Purcell, Louisa Caroline [‘Lulu’], 63, 94, 138, 555

Purcell, Major Raymond John, 21, 62, 63, 227, 267, 268, 288

Purcell, Margaret Mary; marriage to Sir Maurice O’Connell [Grandson of Daniel], 61; buried at Maryfield, 451

Purcell, Matthew John [grandson of Rev. Matthew Purcell], 19, 20, 60, 61, 62, 174, 191, 226, 288, 316, 317, 318, 319, 358

Purcell, Mrs. Anne, 62

Purcell, Rev. Matthew, 17, 60, 91, 97, 257, 290, 307, 423, 424,

Purcell, Richard Harris

Purcell, Walter, Ryan-, 62, 565, 569

Purcell, William

Purchase of Land (Ireland0 Act, 1891, 114

Purdon, Barth. W., 331

Purdon, Edmund [or Edward] 128, 156, 299

Purdon’s Gate, 493

Purdon’s Wood, 232

Purification, 67

Pye [radio], 234

Quadragesima, 179

Quakers [Society of Friends], 153

Quarry Field, Annagh, 508

Quarry Meadow, Clashelane, 232.

Quarter Days, 232.

Quarter-Acre Clause [‘Gregory Clause’], 232.

Quebec, 157,

Queen Caroline, 16

Queen Elizabeth I, 217, 256, 416, 452, 564

Queen Elizabeth II, 93, 110,

Queen Mary II, 58

Queen Victoria, 150, 157

Queen’s County [Laois], 440

Queenstown [now Cobh] 157, 256, 454

Quern, 233

Quicksand, 243

Quikpick store, George’s St, 521

Quikpick, 96, 211

Quin family, 159

Quin, Brian, 148, 149, 545

Quin, Jim, 83,

Quin, Joanne [née Conroy], 198, 458, 459: Ck with Gerry if correct Joan Quin)

Quin, John, 89, 545

Quin, Mary, 47,

Quin, Noel, 148, 149, 545, 546

Quin, Widow, 276

Quinlan, Brian, 576,

Quinlan, David, 128

Quinlan, Derek

Quinlan, Edmond, 341

Quinlan, Jerry, 541

Quinlan, John, 277.

Quinlan, Maurice, 276.

Quinlan, Michael, 257.

Quinlan, Michael, 304

Quinlan, Patrick, 276..

Quinn, Brian, 545, 546

Quinn, Daniel, 341

Quinn, Gerry, 547

Quinn, James [Gurteenroe], 300

Quinn, Jim, 547, 558

Quinn, Joanne, 546

Quinn, John [Jnr], 148, 149,546

Quinn, Patsy, 560

Quirke, E.M [Martin]., 92, 464

Quishin, David, 278.

Quishin, Robert, 278.

Rabbit hunting and trapping, 233

Rack-rents, 233

Radharc na Sléibhte Housing Development, 86, 233, 522, 571

Radio Éireann, 234. 412

Radio Luxembourg, 234

Radio, 151, 233,

Rahilly, M. [Creamery Manager], 83

Railway Cup,

Railway Gates, 30, 205, 205, 234,

Ram’s Close, Burton Park, 235, 242.

Rath Cottage, 105, 121, 165, 480

Rath, 14, 15, 16, 49, 72, 90, 109, 121, 166, 184, 192, 203, 235, 237, 250, 256, 259, 264, 305, 343, 360, 374, 375, 393, 394, 417, 461

Rath: 1833 Tithe Applotment, 305

Rath: Griffith’s Valuation 1851, 343.

Rath: Household Census 1901, 1911 306.

Rath: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 306

Rathcoole Wood Ambush, 268

Rathgoggan {Charleville], 449

Rathkeale, 254, 255

Rationing, 236

Ray, John, 293

Raymond, Sergeant Thomas, 266, 417, 452

Rea, John, 36, 90

Ready, Cornelius, 339

Ready, Maurice, 342

Rebellion [1641], 27, 33, 41, 68, 111, 120, 121,

Rebuilding of Churchtown Village, The, (by Jim McCarthy), 463

Recollections and a truly unforgettable experience (by Willie Joe Condon), 684

Red Bog, 38

Red Gillette, 238

Redemptorist Fathers, 193

Redmond, John [Nationalist politician], 21, 267

Reed, Josephine, 62, 237

Reed, Mark, 236

Reed, Oliver, 82, 110, 236, 467, 539; grave,

Reed, Sarah, 236.

Reed, Simon, 236.

Reform Bills (1831-32), 222

Reform Club, London, 213

Reformation, 97

Regan, [Thresher proprietor], 252

Regan, Honora, 317, 334

Regan, James, 277.

Regan, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Regan, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Clashelane), 326

Regan, Mary, 333

Regan, Maurice, 307, 336

Regan, Michael, 304, 305

Regan, Private Michael, 135

Regan, Thomas, 334

Registrar of the Irish Court of Wards, 217

Reidy, Margaret, 304

Reilly, John, 277.

Reilly, Michael, 313.

Reilly, William, 333

Relahan, Timothy, 316

Relieving Officer, 122, 237

Religious Magazines, 237

Relihan ‘Pad’, [Churchtown Village] 84, 140, 177, 203, 543, 562

Relihan family [Ballindillanig], 40

Relihan family [Egmont View], 129,

Relihan family [Egmont], 203, 245

Relihan, ‘Pad’ [Ballindillanig], 129, 561, 564, 569

Relihan, Alice, 88, 264

Relihan, Bill, 140, 543

Relihan, Dan and Elizabeth, 197

Relihan, Dan, 88, 140, 203, 260, 411, 412, 543

Relihan, Daniel [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Leap), 336

Relihan, Danny, 145, 146, 544, 545

Relihan, Elizabeth ‘Bess’, 88, 203

Relihan, Hannah, 203

Relihan, John, 36, 63, 282, 283, 512

Relihan, Margaret, 83

Relihan, Mary Kate, 88, 586

Relihan, Michael, 83, 144, 149, 543, 555

Relihan, Noel, 109, 566,

Relihan, Pad’s House [village (now owned by Eileen Murphy)], 521

Relihan, Pat [‘Pad’] and Mary Kate, 73

Relihan, Patrick, 83

Relihan, Willie, 149, 237, 245, 545, 560, 573

Repeal of the Corn Laws, 154

Rest the Poor Bones. 262.

Restoration, The, 270.

RIC [Royal Irish Constabulary] Barracks, 71, 237, 535,

Riddles [oral tradition], 501/502

Riders of the Rockies [film], 109

Rierdon, Daniel, 276.

Rierdon, Michael, 276.

Rierdon, Timothy, 276.

Rineanna, 28

Ring, Billy, 576

Ring, Bob, 72.

Ring, Christy, 234, 249

Ringfort, 349, 352, 353, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 360, 362, 363, 364, 366, 367, 368, 370, 371, 373, 374, 375, 382

Riordan, Edmond, 83

Roach, David, 278

Roach, Edward, 276

Roach, Paul, 171

Roach, Richard, 171

Roach, Widow, 277

Road Not Taken, The, 236

Road to Singapore, 110

Roadside, 89

Roberts, William, 56

Robinson, ‘Sugar’ Ray, 22, 250

Roche family [Creggannacourty], 118

Roche, Alexis, 31

Roche, David, 56

Roche, Edward, 322

Roche, Ellen, 289.

Roche, Garret, 322

Roche, J [Ballinagrath] 227

Roche, Jack [Granard ???, 144

Roche, Jackie, 109, 118

Roche, James [Anti-Conscription Signatory, 1918] 37,

Roche, James [Ballingrath], 573

Roche, James [Petition Signatory, 1860] 77, 326,

Roche, James, Rector, 14, 97

Roche, Jimmy, 118, 252, 542,

Roche, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Cullig), 329

Roche, John [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Leap), 336, 337

Roche, John [Teacher, 1820s]. 99

Roche, Louise, 80

Roche, Margaret, 53, 293

Roche, Marie, 555

Roche, Patrick, 77, 320

Roche, R. 140

Roche, Rev. James [C.C., later P.P], 38, 78, 80, 140

Roche, William [1833 Tithe Applotment (Carrigeen), 77, 289

Roche, William [Anti-Conscription Signatory, 1918] 36

Roche, William, Bishop of Cloyne [c 1481], 225

Roche’s Rock [Gardiner’s Covert], 125, 150,

Roche’s turnips, 239

Roches country, 417 see Castletownroche

Roches farm, 588

Rochester, Mr, 110

Rochestown, 451

Rock Field [Walshestown], 508

Rockchapel, 138

Rod [measurement], 223

Rodney, Vice-Admiral, 213

Rodney’s Glory, 213

Rogers, Johanna, 323, 330

Rogers, Roy, 110

Rogers, William, 339

Rogers: previously MacRory?, 455

Rolisson Benjamen, 17, 33, 137, 161, 171

Rolisson Headstone, Kilgrogan, 552

Rolisson, Abagil, 17, 171

Roll of Honour, 237, 540,

Rome, 59

Ronan, John, 64

Ronan, Rosemary, 64,

Roper, Thomas, 265

Rossanarney, 125

Rotterdam, 454

Routh, Sir Randolph, 155

Rowan, Hamilton, 262

Rowsome, Leo, 234

Royal College of Surgeons, 212

Royal Commission on Horse Breeding, 105

Royal Dublin Fusiliers [2nd Battalion], 134

Royal Dublin Society, 60, 250

Royal Irish Academy, 178

Royal Irish Constabulary, 45, 216

Royal Munster Fusiliers (1st Battalion], 135

Royal Munster Fusiliers [2nd Battalion], 134

Royal Munster Fusiliers [Battle Honours 134

Royal Munster Fusiliers, [8th Battalion], 135

Royal Pardon, 266

RTÉ, 23, 201

Ruairí, Máire Ní, 47

Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, 166

Rules of Politeness, 164

Rural Ireland, 197

Rushbrooke, 64

Russell, David, 36, 291, 292

Russell, Edmond, 334

Russell, George W, 32

Russell, James, [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Clashelane), 326

Russell, James, [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountbridget), 340

Russell, Jane, 110

Russell, Lord John, 154, 155

Russell, Mary, 318

Russell, Paddy, 21, 63, 73, 94, 260, 267

Russell, Paddy’s House, 109

Russell, Thomas [‘The Man from God Knows Where’], 262

Russia, 87

Ryan family [Ballynaboul], 509

Ryan family [Knocknamahee], 239

Ryan family [village], 237

Ryan, Bridget [later Billington], 239

Ryan, Donie, 239

Ryan, John [Buttevant], 128

Ryan, John, Raymond Richard [later Ryan-Purcell], 61, 64,

Ryan, Margaret [first wife of William ‘Boss’ Murphy],198, 444

Ryan, Matt. and Amelia, 73

Ryan, Mrs Kathleen, 450

Ryan, P. & J, 34, 52, 167, 181, 192, 252, 582, 586

Ryan, Patrick, 169, 176, 484

Ryan, Sidney, 209

Ryan, William J., 100, 239, 286

Ryan-Barry, Nancy, 240

Ryan-Purcell children of John and Rosemary: Oliver, Elizabeth Jean, Anita, Charles, Walter, Hilda (p. 64)

Ryan-Purcell family, 358

Ryan-Purcell Papers, 59, 61

Ryan-Purcell Walter, 62, 237,

Ryan-Purcell, Hilda, 85

Ryan-Purcell, Jack, 237.

Ryan-Purcell, John, 61, 64, 83, 125, 197

Ryan-Purcell, Rosemary, 64, 90, 226,

Ryan-Purcell, Tom. 237.

Ryans [Ballyhea], 142

Rylahan, Cornelius, 55, 56

Rylahan, John, 55

S hook, 245.

Sacred Heart lamp, 180

Sacristans, 80.

Sadleir’s, Buttevant, 233

Safety razor, 120, 238,

Sally [tree], 238.

Sallypark, Liscarroll, 182, 258.

Salt, William, 276.

Saltpetre, 238.

Samhain, 233.

Sampson family [Ballynamuck], 44, 510

Sampson home [The Parsonage], 150, 532,

Sampson, Elizabeth, 562

Sampson, Jack [John] 162, 169, 485, 490, 492, 495, 498, 508, 509,

Sampson, Jim 144, 216, 563

Sampson, John, 540, 574

Sampson, John, Fiona

Sampson, Mairéad, 563

Sampson, Mrs. Jack, 512

Sampson, Thomas [1901/1911 Census (Ballynamuck), 37, 286/ 287, 442, 562

Sampson, Thomas [Scéim na Scoile pupil], 168, 169, 482, 485, 490, 492, 495, 498, 508, 509, 510, 512,

Samuels, Thomas, 331

San Francisco, 110

San, The [Heatherside Sanatorium], 408

Sanders [Saunders?] Robert, 62, 337

Sandstone, 238/239,

Saunders, Richard, 276.

Saunders, Robert, 62?, 337,

Savage, Fr C.C. [1878-84], 77

Savage, Fr. James J. C.C., 78, 88, 125, 179, 180, 538,

Scanlon’s Hole, 239

Scannell, Jeremiah, 327

Scannell, Michael, 342

Scart Bridge, 39, 239, 350, 391, 394, 395, 530,

Scarteen [Knocklong], 61

Scarteen, 64

Scéim na Scoile, 21, 100, 16, 479/514

Schoolhouse, 239,

Schull, C.I Rectorship, 449

Science Museum, London, 261

Scollops, 241,

Scott family, 159

Scott, Christopher, 147, 545

Scott, Eileen, 80

Scott, Léon, 151

Scoubeen, 138, 241/242, 491/492

Screen, The, 242.

Scully, Mary, 192, 291

Sculpture Trail, 242

Scythe, 196, 242, 245

Seán Óg Murphy Cup, 564

Seán Óg’s Bridge, 242, 530

Seán Óg’s Leap: see Seán Óg’s Bridge, 242

Second Report of the Commissioners of Public Instruction (1835) The, 99,

Second World War [see also World War II], 84, 124, 204, 236, 257,

Serbia, 20

Sergeant, Maurice, 250.

Servant boys and Servant girls, 242/243.

Setanta, 241

Settle bed, 243.

Sexton, Brian, 233

Sexton, Nicholas, 334.

Seymour, N.G., 56

Shaky Bog, The, 243.

Shale, 243/244

Shanaghan, Francis see Shanahan, Frank

Shanahan [sometimes ‘Shanaghan’] Frank, 36, 291, 306

Shanahan, Dave, 104

Shanahan, Michael, 277

Shanballymore, 89, 145

Shandrum, 449, see also Newtownshandrum.

Shannon Airport, 28

Shannon Scheme, 39

Shaughnessy, Timothy, 292.

Shaw, George Bernard, 469

Shaw, William, 46

Shawl, The, 244.

Sheahan, Cyril, 125

Sheahan, Fr. David, C.C., 76 [see also erroneous entry under ‘Sheehan’ in Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown Village) 1851, 325

Sheahan, John, 567

Sheahan, Michael, 146, 545

Sheahan, Tom MCC, 472, 473

Sheehan brothers, Denny and Bill, 244

Sheehan, Andrew, 276

Sheehan, Anne, 555

Sheehan, Conner, 277.

Sheehan, Dan, 171

Sheehan, Denis NT, 99.

Sheehan, Denis, 284

Sheehan, Denis, 36, 244, 284, 285

Sheehan, Dennis [1766 Churchtown Census], 278

Sheehan, Dr., 156.

Sheehan, James, 277

Sheehan, John [1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown), 307

Sheehan, John [1902 Census (Ballynaboul), 285

Sheehan, John [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Sheehan, John [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Sheehan, John [No 3; 1766 Churchtown Census], 27.

Sheehan, Mai, 34

Sheehan, Margaret, 286.

Sheehan, Matthew, 277.

Sheehan, Maurice, 77

Sheehan, Michael, 277

Sheehan, Patrick, 56

Sheehan, Rev. David, 325 [This is a error by the numerator, the name should be ‘Sheahan’ as on page 76].

Sheehan, Thomas, 276

Sheehan, Timothy, 337

Sheehan, Widow, 285

Sheehan, William [Gurteenroe], 300

Sheehan, William [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Sheehan, William [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Sheehan’s Forge, 40, 109, 203, 205, 239, 244, 246, 250, 391,392, 393, 395, 413

Sheehan’s, Ballychristy, 234

Sheehy, John, 28, 177

Sheppard, J. ‘Sherry’, 124, 227,

Sherlock family [Egmont House], 128, 204, 532

Sherlock, Bill, 124, 125

Sherlock, Billy

Sherlock, Christy, 144,145

Sherlock, Christy, 145

Sherlock, Eddie, 112

Sherlock, Jason, 112

Sherlock, John, 144

Sherlock’s Boreen {also Gardiner’s Boreen] 48, 150, 245,

Sherlock’s hurling field, 144, 249,

Sherry Fitzgerald Plc, 201, 466

Shinanagh [Dennehy’s] Bridge, 43, 531,

Shinigg, Widow, 277.

Sick calls, 245,

Sickle, 233, 245,

Sidecar, 245,

Siege of Ennis, The, 52, 412, 413

Signs and signposts 516,525, 527, 531, 576, 521,

Simcox ‘Tan’, 145, 146, 271, 544

Simcox, Garrett, 271

Simcox, John, 291.

Simcox, Kate, 291.

Simcox, Nat [Jnr.], 149, 545

Simcox, Nat, 73, 75, 77, 88, 140, 147, 162, 193, 197, 227, 543, 555

Simcox, Nathaniel, 36, 156, 204, 290, 291, 325, 329

Simcox, Thomas, 310

Simcox’s Corner, 65, 137, 150

Simcox’s field, 147,

Simcox’s house in 2000, 534,

Simcox’s shop, 180, 193

Simmons, Charles [Beneficiary under terms of 5th Earl Egmont’s Will], 428

Simms Clinic, Dublin, 458

Sing a Song of Sixpence: origin of the Nursery Rhyme, 462

Singers, 244,

Sinn Féin [1918/1919], 36, 267

Sinn Féin, 195

Sinn Féin, 206

Sisters of Mercy, Buttevant, 50

Siubhal, the, 245

Skittles, 183, 246.

Sleator, Noel, 208

Sliding coffin, 246,

Slieve Mish, 74

Smith, Captain E.J. [Captain of ‘Titanic’], 580

Smith, Dr. Charles, 128, 194, 213, 357, 585

Smith, James, 322

Smith, Paul [Agent to 6th Earl Egmont], 429, 440

Smith, Thomas, 57, 58

Smyth, Thomas, 278.

Soccer Survey, 234

Society of Friends [‘Quakers’], 153, 157,

Society of United Irishwomen, 167

Soho, ‘Meenie’, 246

Soho, Connie, 246, 259

Soho, Mickey, 246

Soldiers Song, The, 199

Solicitor-General, 221

Somerset, 15, 64, 221

Somme [campaign], 35, 134

Somme [Memorial], 61

Song for Churchtown, [words], 206

Song of Bernadette, The [film], 109.

Soup Kitchens Act, 155, 213,

Souperism, 247.

Soupers, 247

Souterrain, 359, 360, 369, 382

South Africa, 223

South Carolina, 223

South Limerick Schools Championship 1983: winners; St. Mary’s, Churchtown NS, 546.

South Limerick Schools Final, 1983, 146

Southall [Southwell?] Robert, 57

Southern Reporter, 55, 425

Southwell family [Kinsale], 451, 453

Southwell, Catherine, 219, 453,

Southwell, Robert, 15, 57?, 170, 417, 453

Spailpiní fánacha [migrant workers], 455

Spancil Hill Fair, 130

Spanish Armada, 217, 416

Spartans, 163

Spenser, Edmond, 38

Spiers, J.G., 56

Spratt, John, 245

Spratt, Paddy, 245

St Anne’s Well, 216, 231, 247,

St Augustine’s College, Dungarvan, 201

St Brigid’s Well and the Moanroe (by Jim McCarthy), 584/585

St. Anthony’s Brief, 237.

St. Brigid, 194 [see also Biddy’s Tree], 247,

St. Brigid’s Cemetery, 207

St. Brigid’s Cross, 247/248

St. Brigid’s Well [see also Biddy’s Tree 46/47], 413, 451, 503, 523

St. Colman’s College, Fermoy, 135, 188

St. Gabriel’s, Holloway Road, London, 163

St. Helena [island], 18, 212

St. James Church of Ireland, Mallow, 75, 97, 236, 248

St. James Church of Ireland, Mallow: Sacred Vessels of Maryfield Church still in use by, 97

St. John’s Cambridge, 91

St. John’s Church of Ireland, Buttevant, 19, 20, 98, 109, 191, 248, 448

St. John’s Eve [oral tradition], 503

St. Joseph’s [Liscarroll], 182

St. Joseph’s, Rosewell [England], 51.

St. Ledger, 417, see St. Leger

St. Leger, Viscount, 272, 417.

St. Louis 1906 Intercalary Olympics, 52,

St. Mary’s Church, Buttevant, 76

St. Mary’s National School, Churchtown, 21, 22, 24, 41, 101, 181, 193, 201, 248, 272, 385, 573

St. Nicholas’ Church, Churchtown, 17, 18, 35, 75, 76, 77, 80, 89, 94, 132, 182, 191, 207, 463, 524, 537, Holy Water font; 537, 538,

St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, 451

St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth, 135

St. Patrick’s Day, 248/249.

St. Patrick’s GAA Club, Limerick, 145

St. Patrick’s, London Transport Catholic Guild, 163

St. Peter and Paul’s Church, Cork, 95, 230

St. Ultan’s Hospital for Children, 261

Stack family [Ballygrace] 42,

Stack family [Egmont], 151

Stack family [Granard], 249

Stack of Barley, 413

Stack, Christy, 48, 89,143, 144, 147, 249, 543

Stack, Dan, 144

Stack, Denny, 40, 144,

Stack, Hannah, 249

Stack, James, 37, 292

Stack, John, 144

Stack, Lance-Corporal Michael, 135

Stack, Mary, 22, 249.

Stack, Matt, 249.

Stack, Tessie, 249

Stack, Tim, 144

Stack, W., 37.

Stack, William [Bill], 36, 84, 249, 299, 304

Stack’s Bridge, 38, 44, 106, 182, 249, 393, 530,

Stack’s Hill, 150, 249/250.

Stacker see Stack, Christy

Stafford, Elizbth. 317

Stage [platform dancing], 250,

Stair De Chumann Luthchleas Gael Lios Uí Cearrbhaill, 179

Standing stone, 372, 377, 382

Stanton, John, 292

Stapletons, 15

Stations [Religious], 79, 124, 250,

Statistical Surveys, 250.

Stepdancers [parish], 504

Stewart, Peter, 108, 456,

Sting, 188

Stokes Mary, 259,

Stokes, Joseph, 259, 555

Stokes, Tim, 259

Stone Field, Mountcorbitt, 250.

Story, Rev., 248.

Strays [animals], 250

Streamhill, Doneraile, 98, 203

Streptomycin, 261

Stripps, Edmund, 68

Sub-division [pre-Famine], 421

Súgán, 251

Sullivan [O] Daniel [Denny ‘Booney’ O’Sullivans father], 291

Sullivan [O] Patrick [1901, 1911, Census (Clashelane)], 293,

Sullivan ‘Pakie’, 112, 250

Sullivan family [Ballynaboul], 509

Sullivan family [Clashelane], 509

Sullivan family [Corner House], 151

Sullivan, Bridget, 320.

Sullivan, Callaghan, 77

Sullivan, Daniel [1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277

Sullivan, Daniel [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Mountbridget), 339

Sullivan, Daniel [Gurteenroe] 300, 332

Sullivan, Daniel, [Syracuse], 157.

Sullivan, Darby, 278.

Sullivan, David, 168.

Sullivan, Denis [1833 Tithe Applotment (Coolmore), 295

Sullivan, Denis [Griffith’s Valuation (Churchtown Village) 1851, 324

Sullivan, Dennis [1766 Churchtown Census] 276

Sullivan, Denny [Tin whistler], 259

Sullivan, Elenor, 277.

Sullivan, Honora, 157

Sullivan, Jack, 36, 40

Sullivan, James [Clashganniv] 294,

Sullivan, James [Coolmore], 327,

Sullivan, James see O’Sullivan, James 1901/1911 Census (Rath), 306

Sullivan, Jer. [Clashelane], 169, 490

Sullivan, Jimmy, 28

Sullivan, John [1766 Churchtown Census], 276

Sullivan, John [Ballynamuck], 318.

Sullivan, John [Creggannacourty], 328

Sullivan, Kieran, 148, 149, 545, 546

Sullivan, Malachy, 276.

Sullivan, Michael [Coolmore], 295

Sullivan, Michael [Dunbarry], 168, 169.

Sullivan, Mrs [Windmill)], 52

Sullivan, Nora, 295

Sullivan, Patrick [1766 Churchtown Census], 277

Sullivan, Patrick [1911 Census (Annagh North)], 281

Sullivan, Patrick [1911 Census (Egmont)], 299

Sullivan, Patrick [Ballinguile], 301

Sullivan, Sergeant [Barrister in Egmont v Darrell case], 430… not sure if Caroline has correct spelling, check in D.N.B.

Sullivan, Tim (‘Flanagan’), 34, 143, 144,

Sullivan, Timothy [1766 Churchtown Census], 278

Sullivan, Timothy [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Coolmore), 327

Sullivan, Widow, 277.

Sullivan, William [1766 Churchtown Census], 278

Sullivan, William, 36

Sullivan’s Quarry [Windmill], 116

Sun Dial, Ballynamuck, 251

Sun Dial, Coolmore, 251

Sunday Independent, The, 109, 206

Sunday Press, The, 206

Sunday Tribune, 136, 456

Superstitions [oral tradition], 504/506

Supple, David, 276.

Supple, James, 276.

Sweeney, Miles, 277.

Sweeney, Philip, 147, 545

Sweeps [journeymen named], 511

Sweet Cork of Thee, 60

Swift, Jonathan, 451

Swynie, Joanny, 33

Synagogue, The, 251.

Synge, Dr. George {fl. 1641], 224

Tail ploughing, 251.

Táin, The, 241

Take Me [matchstick], 239

Tallow [fat], 251,

Tallow Horse Fair, 131

Tandy, James Napper, 262

Tanzania, 240.

Tarzan, 110

Tasnane, Connot [Connor?}, 277

Tassili Caves, 123.

Taur-Meelin inlier, 74

Taylor graves, 190

Taylor, Berkley [son of William and Deborah], 127

Taylor, Colonel William – son of William & Deborah], 65, 82, 109, 127, 191, 204, 461, 462

Taylor, Deborah, 81/82

Taylor, Mary [after whom Maryfield Churchyard is named], 109, 461, 462

Taylor, Sergeant Richard, RIC, 72, 237, 292

Taylor, William, 127, 453

Teed, J.G, 423, 425

Teenage years in the Churchtown of the 1930s and ‘40s (by Mick Howard), 582/583

Telecom Éireann, 469

Television first set in parish and in village, 251,

Templeconnell, 194, 416

Templemary, 82, 91, 207, 258, 586

Templenakilla, 214

Templeroan, 449

Templerobin and Great Island, Parish of, 454

Temporary Relief Act, 1847, 153

Temporary Relief Commission, 153

Temporary Relief of Destitute Persons (Ireland) Act, 1847 [‘Soup Kitchens’ Act’], 155

Terrier Racing, 251,

Thatching, 251,

The Broken Hearted Farmer, Dan O’Hara, 158

The Cillín [by Noel Linehan], 447

The Dark Secret of BéalnaBláth, 262

Thiepval Memorial, 61

Thieves of Staball, 129

Thomas, Dave and Mary, 520

Thomond, Settlement of, 449

Thompson, ‘Bosco’, 85, 565, 574

Thompson, John [1911 Census (Mountbridget)], 304

Thompson, John, Ballinguile, 541,

Thompson, Matthew [Chairman Churchtown GAA 1920s], 36,140

Thompson, Michael, 37, 140, 304 198 (Bill Murphy’s George’s St, the same man?

Thompson, William [1833 Tithe Applotment (Gurteenroe), 77, 300

Thompson, William [1901 Census (Mountbridget)], 304

Thomson, Matthew, [Griffiths Valuation 1851 (Mountbridget), 300, 340

Thomson, Molly, 300

Thornhill, Batt, 98, 140

Thornhill, Edmd, 316

Thornhill, John, 342

Three centuries of Churchtown History (by CarolineHennessy), 416/443

Three centuries of Churchtown history, 416/443

Three Fs: see Ulster Custom, 440/441

Three-Card Trick, 252,

Threshing, 252,

Tibbings, Thomas, 453

Tick [bedding item], 253,

Tick [credit system], 253,

Tidy Towns Competition, 24, 108, 253, 476

Tiernan, Widow, 297

Tierney, Bridget, 337

Tierney, Catherine, 292.

Tierney, Edward [later Sir Edward], 17, 18, 19, 47, 91, 98, 99, 153, 156, 169, 181, 189, 215, 222, 230, 232, 254/255, 262, 290, 310, 311, 312, 315, 316,319, 321, 322, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 332, 333, 334, 335,337, 338, 341, 342, 343, 344, 422, 423, 425, 426, 427, 428, 429, 430 [death of], 431, 432, 435, 437, 438, 442, 463, 466, 468

Tierney, Eileen, 169, 486

Tierney, Gene, 110

Tierney, Harriet [sister of Tierney brothers Edward and Matthew; later Mrs Lionel Darrell], 430

Tierney, James, 307

Tierney, Jeremiah, 339

Tierney, John [1901 Churchtown Village Census], 291

Tierney, John [Father of Sir Edward], 254

Tierney, Joseph, 177

Tierney, Lizzie, 291, 292

Tierney, Lizzie’s house, 122

Tierney, Matthew, 254, 255/256, 422

Tierney, Miss K, 72, 100

Tierney, Mrs Thomas, 169, 485, 505

Tierney, Revd. Matthew 19, 126,

Tierney, Thomas, NT, 49, 72, 73, 99, 100, 101, 168, 169, 192, 216, 227, 239, 286, 489, 573, 572, 578, 582, 587

Tierney, Tony, 168, 485, 486, 489, 510, 513

Timbuctoo, [Timbuktu], 29

Tinny House, 256

Tipperary Town, 394

Tipperary, [County], 60,156, 157, 248, 250, 268, 464

Titanic Tragedy and the loss of our Aunt Bridget (by Densy Egan) 580/581

Titanic, 20, 256,

Tithe Applotment and Census by Townland (by Denis J. Hickey), 275/308

Tithe Applotment Books, 257

Tithe Applotment, 41, 256, 257,

Tithe Applotment: section of both front page of Bruhenny Applotment Book and cut of an inside page, 548

Tithe Composition Act, 256

Tithe Composition Books, 215

Tithe Rentcharge (Ireland Act), 1838, 269

Tithe War, 272

Tithe, 256.

Tobacco-growing in parish, 257,

Tobar na Grille [Well, property of Cowhey’s, Churchtown House], 508

Tobarlisheen Bridge, 257/258,

Tobin, Walter, 277

Tone, Theobald Wolfe, 262.

Toomy, Widow, 278.

Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (Lewis), 69 257, 418

Topographical matters [oral tradition], 508/509

Toponym, 258

Toronto, 71, 120

Townland, 258,

Townlands of Churchtown, Map of, 12

Townsend, Rev. Horatio, 250, 418

Tracy, Spencer, 110

Trafalgar, Battle of, 222.

Tralee, 453, 459

Tranane, Margaret, 277

Transplantation [‘To Hell or to Connacht’], 259

Transport and General Workers Union [UK], 50

Trap [conveyance], 259

Travelling Folk, 259, 510/511

Travelling Folk: names of, 511

Travelling Shows, 260

Treacy family [Kerry Lane], 246

Treacy, Lily, 88

Treacy, Maggie, 96, her house; 535,

Treacy, Maggie, Mark, Tom, 73

Treacy, Mark, 84, 227

Treacy, Maureen, 88

Treacy, Mrs [Kerry Lane], 582

Treacy, Mrs, Margaret [Mother of Maggie] Postmistress, 72, 291, 292

Treacy, Mrs. [Kerry Lane], 73, 150, 234, 244, 260

Treacy, Tom, 84, 140, 543

Treaty [Anglo-Irish], 111

Treaty of Limerick. 27

Trench, Captain Henry [Land Agent to 7th Earl Egmont], 440, 441, 442, 443

Trench, Captain Thomas Sandes [Land Agent to Lucy, Countess Egmont] 189,

Trevelyan, Frederick Joseph, 223

Trevelyan, Sir Charles Edward, 152

Trinity College, Cambridge, 222

Trinity College, Dublin, 59, 212, 453, 454

Trivet, 261.

Tuath, 261.

Tubbera Tadg, Tullig [subterranean water font], 450

Tuberculosis, 261,

Tullig, 122, 449, 450

Tumbling Paddy, 261.

Tumulus, 350, 382

Tuohy, Matt, 164

Tuomey, Fr.William P.P, 77, 79. memorial plaque, St. Nicholas’ Church; 537

Turbary Right, 262, 423

Turkey, 134

Turloughbeg, Rossmuck, 71

Turpin, Randolph, 22, 249

TVO Oil, 253. 262,

Twiselton, Chief Constable, 157

Two Dot Ranch, Nanton, Alberta, 223

Twohig, Rev. Patrick J., 62, 79, 80, 147, 214, 262, 471, 474, 574, 575, 584

Twomey Bill [Ganger], 136, 271

Twomey family [Clashelane], 112, 159, 509

Twomey family [Moanroe, later at Chapel Lane], 194

Twomey, Billy, 74

Twomey, Con, 36, 288, 291.

Twomey, Dan, 137

Twomey, Mary Ann, 194, 244

Twomey, Mary, 308

Twomey, Michael, 36, 303

Twomey, Mick, 137,

Twomey, Paddy, 194

Twomey, Rev. Matthew, DD, 79, 80, 83, 159

Twomey, Sean, 96, 543

Twomey, tenant on Egmont Estate; plight cited to Bessborough Commission, 440

Twomey, William [1911 Churchtown Village Census], 292

Twomey, William, 20, 178

Tyler, 142

Tyrone [county] 153, 455

Ulster Custom {‘Three F’s’], 440/441

Ulster, 27, 31

Ulysses, 110, 201

Under the Oak of Mambre, 262

Undertakers [settlers], 262.

United Irishmen, 262/263, 272,

United Kingdom, 84, 124

University College Dublin, 94, 201, 385

University College, Cork, 57, 194, 416

University of Limerick, 194

Upper Awbeg, 38, 239, 242

Urn burial [possible], 358

USA, 109, 134, 195, 262

Varga [plane], 29

Vatican II, 30

Vatican, 226

Vaughan family, 42

Vaughan, Patrick, 300

Veasy [Veasy, Vessey], Revd. John, 97, 449

Velvetstown, 90, 512

Verdun [battlefront], 35, 134

Vickerman family, 22

Vickerman, [F.L.] Mr, Mrs, 22.

Vickerman, Frank.L. 145, 208, 209

Victoria Cross [awards], 134.

Victorious, HMS, 212

Vienna, 137, 456, 466

Village Graveyard [see also Bruhenny Graveyard and Churchtown Cemetery], 389

Village Inn, The, 128, 198, 201, 263, 459 (opening of), 557, 571

Village Renewal, A (by Vincent Wall), 466/470

Viscount Ennsmore and Listowel, 117

Viscount Perceval of Kanturk [extinction of title], 223

Viscount Perceval of Kanturk [Granting of Title], 418

Viséan limestone, 74

Vision of John M’Donnell, The, [Seán Clárach poem], 186

Volga Boatman, The [film], 109.

von Rontgen, Wilhelm Konrad, 272.

Voster’s Arithmetic, 164

Vowell, Revd. Christopher, 97,

Wade, Tommy, 74

Wages [pre-Famine], 421

Wake, 253, 263/264

Walk, The, 53, 190

Walks see The Churchtown Trails 391/395

Wall, ‘Pa’, 264

Wall, Brendan, 144

Wall, Denis ‘Declan’, 24, 547

Wall, Mrs Margaret N.T., 80, 168, 573

Wall, Thomas and Margaret [NT’s], 24, 265,

Wall, Thomas, N.T. 30, 75, 88, 100, 101, 140, 177, 197, 234, 399, 543, 555, 573, 578, 582, 587

Wall, Vincent, 466

Walls of Limerick, The, 412,

Walls of Liscarroll, The, 202

Wallstown, 449

Walpole, Horace, 221

Walpole, Sir Robert, 221

Walsh, Bridget, 339

Walsh, Clr. Cornelius, 38

Walsh, Constable Patrick Joseph, R.I.C., 21, 25, 122, 237, 268, scene of shooting; 535

Walsh, David [1833 Tithe Applotment (Clashelane)], 293

Walsh, David [1833 Tithe Applotment (Walshestown)], 307

Walsh, Doctors David and Tony, 458

Walsh, Ellen, 337

Walsh, Jimmy [Duhallow Huntsman], 125

Walsh, Jimmy [Granard hurler], 144, 588

Walsh, John, 285.

Walsh, Michael [1833 Tithe Applotment (Ballynamuck], 157?, 286.

Walsh, Michael [1833 Tithe Applotment], (Imogane), 301

Walsh, Michael [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Clashelane), 326, 339

Walsh, Patrick, 326

Walsh, Sean, 201

Walsh, Stephen, 198

Walsh, William, [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 276

Walsh, William, 257, 286, 305, 318

Walshe, Paddy [‘Paddy the Irishman’],

Walshe, Ronnie, 234.

Walshe’s farm, (Annagh), 480

Walshestown [also (early 17th century, Ballinville, Ballinvallishie, Ballinvallish), later, Walshestowne, 15, Welchtown, 424, Welchestown, 68, Welshestowne], 15, 16, 17, 65, 68, 69, 83, 89, 97, 113, 124, 133, 150, 157, 177, 178, 191, 200, 214, 229, 250, 256, 259, 264/265, 271, 275, 344, 376, 377, 416, 453, 454

Walshestown and the Conron family (by Jim McCarthy), 452/454

Walshestown Castle, 15, 35, 82, 265, 266, 267, 417, 452, 453

Walshestown Fair, 182

Walshestown House, 91, 109, 265, 266/267, 272, 452

Walshestown Quarry, 181

Walshestown: 1833 Tithe Applotment [includes Moanroe and probably Leap], 307

Walshestown: Griffith’s Valuation, 344

Walshestown: Household Census, 1901, 1911, 308

Walshestown: Population Census 1841, 1851, 1911, 307

Walshestowne, 15

Walterstown [Walshestown], 14, 39

Walwyn, Fulk, 128

War of Independence, 28, 38, 39, 63, 71, 111, 161, 249, 262, 267/268,

War Office [British], 48

Ward of Court [of Chancery], 60

Ward, Dennis, 276.

Ware, Thomas, 56

Warner, Anna, 129,

Warren, John, 56

Water Mill, 152

Waterford Glass [Award], 108

Waterford, 27, 145

Waterloo [Ballyclough], 60

Waterloo {Battle], 212

Waterville, Ohio, 157

Watson, Betty, 569

Watson, E, 36.

Watson, Henry, 284.

Waulsortian limestone, 74

Wayne, John, 110

Weather extremes, 439, 511/512 see also Night of the Big Wind, 206/207,

Weather Forecasting, 268

Weather lore, 513

Weather signs, 512

Weaving, 488

Webb, Sarah, 323, 330

Webster’s New Geographical Dictionary, 158.

Weissmuller, Johnny, 110

Welchestown {Walshestown}, 68

Welchtown, 68, see Walshestown

Welcome Kiosk, Burton Road, 517

Weldon, Miss Sheila, 100

Well Field, Annagh, 508

Well Field, Burton Park, 183, 191, 224, 268

Welles, Orson, 110

Welsh, David [No 1; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 276.

Welsh, David [No 2; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 276

Welsh, David [No 3; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 277.

Welsh, David, [No 4; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 278.

Welsh, James, 277.

Welsh, Mary, 277.

Welsh, Patrick, 276.

Welsh, Redmond, 276.

Welsh, Widow, 278

Welsh, William [No 2’ 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 276.

Welsh, William [No 3; 1766 Churchtown Census Return], 278

West Cork, 43

West Cork, 448

Westminster Parliament, 36

Westport, 198

Wetherby’s / Farmer’s Journal Small Breeder’s Award, 131

Wexford, 554 {probably earlier mentioned]

Whelan, Rev. Michael. C.C., 73, 78, 292

White Cockade, The, 186

White Horse Inn, 269, 564

White Star Line, 580

White, Agnes [wife of Seán Clárach Mac Dómhnaill], 185

White, Colonel 98.

White, Theresa, Assistant Cork County Manager, 458, 472, 473,

White, Widow, 307

White, William,

Whiteboys, 17, 28, 45, 54, 55, 56, 114, 137, 216, 239, 268/269, 508

Whiteboys: Execution marker, Flannery’s Quarry, 519

Whitefrost, Michael, 276.

Whittaker [T.K.] era, 130

Whooping Cough, 269, 272

Wilberforce [William], 221

Wild Geese, 34, 269/270.

Wilkinson, George, 189

Will’s Grove, Bandon, 90

William and Mary, King/Queen (p. 54)

William II, 134

William the Conqueror, 461

Williamite Confiscation, 270.

Williamite forces, 248

Williamite War, 65

Williamites, 270

Williams, Emanuel, 300

Williams, Emanuel, 300

Williams, Esther, 110

Williams, Fr. David, C.C., 77

Willow Pattern and poem, 270

Wills, Mary, 90

Wilmot, Sir Charles, 119

Wilson, Mary, 53

Wiltshire, 254

Windele, John, 18, 76

Windmill [area], 45, 52, 55, 70, 74, 131, 166, 203, 231, 264, 270, 383, 388

Windmill [ruin], 534

Windmill Cross, 165, 391, 392, 393, 394, 395, 508, 519

Windmill Hill, 30, 247, 270, 392, 393,

Windmill Nursing Home, 25, 42, 193, 214, 270, 571.

Windmill Quarry, 116, 181, 270/271,

Windmill Restaurant, The 101,188,198, 201, 459, 557

Windmill Stone, 215

Wing, Morny, 22, 209

Winter Field, Clashelane, 271.

Winter, Humphrey, 322

Winter, William, 156

Winter’s [Winter] family, 28, 48

Winters Thomas, 158.

Winters, Bob, 28, 227

Winters, Charlie, 28, 29, 48

Winters, Ellen, Fordham, New York, 158

Winters, Ellie, 28, 29

Winters, James, 21, 83, 267, 279

Winters, Patrick, 158

Winters, William [1901/1911 Census (Aghaburren), 279

Winters, William [Griffith’s Valuation 1851 (Rath), 343

Wireless, see Radio.

Wise, Geo. H., 311.

Wise, Henry C. 279.

Wise, Thomas James, 56

Wiseman [Adventurer], 27

Wiseman, Anthony, 68

Wiseman, Henry, 68

Wishing Bridge see Imogane Bridge, 258.

With Plunkett in Ireland, 451

Withers, Marie, 101

Wittenoom, Jacqueline, 209

Wolfe. Victor

Wolves in Walshestown, 453

Woodbines, 162

Woodgate, William, 430

Woodview Housing Development, 42, 201, 271, 571

Workhouse Ward, The, 89, 89

World Pipe Band Competition, Glasgow, 1998. 204

World War I [see also First World War], 48, 268,

World War II, [see also Second World War] 39, 180, 233

Woundwort [Hedge], 387

Wren Boys, 513/514

Wrixon family, 17, 265, 266,

Wrixon, Captain [Jnr.], 156

Wrixon, Captain, 109, 124

Wrixon, Henry, 321

Wrixon, John, 56, 271, 307, 336, 337, 344, 432

Wrixon, Nicholas, 266, 344

Wrixon’s Road, 271,

Wynn, Bridget, 222.

Wyse, Thos., 314

X-ray, 272.

X-ray, Mobile units, 261.

Yankee Clipper, 272.

Yarrow, 269, 272, 387

Year of the Older People, The, 182

Yeats, Jack, 111

Yeats, W. B., 111

Yeoman, 272.

Yeomanry, 272

Youghal Priory, 217

Young Man from Rathmines, The, 89

Young, William, 41, 68

Ypres, 134

Yule Log, 239

Zam-Buk, 273.

Zig-Zag, 273.