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Notes on Names of Inhabitants of Parish of Kilmichael in 1766
Co. Cork

Updated 13 June 1999

Submitted to the Cork Mailing List.

JCHAS Vol. 26 1920
As Given in List Preserved in Public Record Office, Dublin
" In compilation of these notes I have availed myself of papers contributed to former numbers of this Journal. I have also to acknowledge great help received from several residents and ex-residents of the Parish of Kilmichael.

It will be noticed on reading list of names that Darby is the English equivalent in use at the time (1766) for Dermot. Jeremiah had not come into use until later. There are ten Patricks in list. Patrick and Bridget did not come into common use in Ireland as Christian names until after the Cromwellian confistications. There are a large number of Callaghans and Hurleys in the Parish. These were immigrants from the Baronies of Duhallow and Carbery, off-shoots of the great families in these districts. At the time this list was written out it must be remembered Irish was spoken by everyone in Kilmichael, Catholic and Protestant. The Rev. Mr. Kenny was almost certainly a Gaelic speaker, but in "Englishing" the names of the people he deprived them ruthlessly of O's and Mac's, with one exception, Corny O Mahony, Protestant. However, we must be grateful to him for giving us the names of the inhabitants of the parish in 1766. Many ministers of Parishes merely sent up to the Irish Parliament the numbers of the Catholic and Protestant families in their parishes".

DIOCESE OF CORK - PARISH OF KILMICHAEL
(p.1 of Record)


Note	Name of ye		No. of		No. of
 No.	head of family		Prots.		Papists

70	Tim Mahony		0		8
01	Darby Morihy		0		6
47	Tim Riordan		0		4
02	Tim Morphy		0		6
03	Mors Gallavan		0		6
70	Michl Mahony		0		6
03	James Gallavan		0		8
70	John Mahony		0		5
04	John Lynchy		0		6
05	Thos. Honniferd		1		5
01	Widw Morihy		0		3
06	Darby Crouly		0		5
07	Michael Breade		0		5
	William Wood		6		1
70	Tim Mahony		0		5
08	Edward Pine		0		6
09	Darby Durriff		0		6
37	Tim Reagan		0		6
	James Hurly		0		4
07	Mors Brade		0		4
61	Danel Horagan		0		6
02	James Morphy		0		4
 	Cors. Farris		0		4
 	John Carrel		0		4
81	Denis Swiney		0		4
	Denis Shea		0		5
81	Owen Swiney		0		4
81	Owen Swiney		0		4
04	Tim Linchy		0		3
81	Denis Swiney		0		2
10	Darby Keleher		0		4
10	Peter Keleher		0		4
11	William Good		3		0
 	John McAulive		0		5
10	Danll Keleher		0		3
Notes: (Many of these notes also give Fiant references, marked with an (F)
70. Donogh O Mahony held lands as a freeholder in this parish up to the Cromwellian period. (F)
01. The O Morehies were an old Co. Cork family mentioned in the Fiants. This surname is now written Murray, the same as the lowland Scots name, with which it has no connection.(F)
47. The O Riordans are long settled in West Muskerry. (F)
02. The name Murphy is spelled throughout Morphy. They came origionally from Bantry district. (F)
03. Gallavan, now written Galvin. The Galvins of Kilmichael were great faction fighters in the 18th and early 19th centuries. (F)
04. Linchy, now Lynch. (F)
05. Honniferd, now Hannaford.
06. Crouly, now written Crowley. The O Crowley country lay south-west of Kilmichael, around Dunmanway.
07. Breade, Brade (Brady)
08. The Pynes or Pines were amongst the settlers in Bandon in 1620.
09. Durrif is a nickname of a family of Murphys in Kilmichael. (F) 37. Reagan, now written Reagan. Name is well distributed in Carbery and Muskerry, chiefly in former barony, where they were freeholders.
61. Horagane, now written Horgan. The O Horgans are one of the oldest families in Macroom district and neighbouring parishes. (F)
81. Daniel MacSwiney, of Mashanglas, exchanged Mashanglas and other lands with Earl of Clancarty for lands in Kilmichael, on Sept. 11 1663. Daniel MacSwiney, who exchanged lands of Mashanglas for lands in Kilmichael, was succeeded by his eldest son, Owen. The tradtition in Kilmichael is that Swete, who was a Bandon attorney, obtained the lands somehow from the MacSwineys, possibly by mortgage. The Swetes lived in Killglass (Greenville), in MacSwiney's house, the name of which place they changed to Greenville. The Mr Swete mentioned in this list, who was living at Greenville House enjoying the broad acres of the once noble family of MacSwiney of Mashanglas, was the lineal descendant of the Bandon attorney.
The MacSwineys were Hebridean soldiers who were brought to Munster by the MacCarthys, the MacSheehys were brought down here by the Earls of Desmond. The MacSwineys were brought originally from Scotland by the O Donnells. They were a military race of professional soldiers, galloglas commanders and garrisoned the various MacCarthys castles. Two castles in Muskerry were owned by the MacSwineys in 1601, Clodagh and Mashanglas. The origin of the MacSwineys given by O Hart is now known to be a purely fanciful invention of some old Irish writers.
Prof. MacNeill in "Some Phases of Irish History", 1919, states that a "fourth of the whole territory of Tír Conaill in Ulster, was held by the three MacSwineys". He also states, Murcadh MacSuibhne, who was captured by the Earl of Ulster, and died in prison, 1267, was the first of his surname mentioned in Irish records.
10. Now written Kelleher and Keller. An old stock in Macroom district. They are said to have been the first Irish family to give earth burial to the dead. In Fiants (Elizabeth) usually written O Kealeghir.
11. The Goods were Bandon colonists, 1590. They are supposed to have come from Dorset. Among the seamen who sailed from Kinsale in the "Endeaver", 1664 was Peter Good. Peter is still a common Christian name in the family of Good.



(p. 2 of Record)

Note	Name of ye		No of		No of
No.	head of family		Prots		Papists
12	Willm Wiseman		1		5
17	Cors Desmond		0		6
12	James Wiseman		0		5
13	Willm Harris		0		6
 	Callaghan Carty		0		7
	Tim Morphy		0		6
	Willm Morihy		0		6
	Denis Carthy		0		10
 	Patsy Mahony		0		5
 	Pat Morphy		0		6
	John Morphy		0		4
14	John Walton		0		2
15	John Danahy		0		5
 	Chars Carthy		0		5
 	Chars Crouly		0		6
16	Stephen Cortain		0		5
27	Cors Malley		0		2
	John Riordan		0		4
21	Mort Bohilly		0		5
17	Syl Desmond		0		5
64	Cors Leary		0		3
61	Danll Horagan		0		6
	James Carty		0		3
	Darby Carty		0		5
40	Willm Byrne		0		6
	Danll Kelly		0		4
64	James Leary		0		5
64	Darby Leary		0		7
68	Willm Crimeen		0		5
 	Danll Leahy		0		7
	Tim Ahern		0		5
17	Hum. Desmond		0		5
	Dens Riordan		0		7
	Cors Riordan		0		5
	 Hum Morphy		0		5
43	Tim Gelach		0		3
	John Hinnigan		0		3
	Flors Mahony		0		7
	Flors Carty		0		6

(p. 3 of record)

18.	Denis Loucy		0		6
	Denis Sullivane		0		6
18	Danel Loucy		0		7
	John Morphy		0		7
	Danll Shehane		0		6
20	Richard Barrett		0		7
	Tim Mahony		0		10
	Peter Swiny		0		5
19	Tim Liney		0		7
	Dens Callaghane		0		7
	Mors Herick		0		5
	Corny O Mahony		6		2
	Darby Morphy		0		3
	Widw Owen		0		3
	John Hurly		0		5
	Owen Sullivane		0		5
	Danel Bohane		0		5
22	Willm Dowe		8		2
	Pat Morphy		0		5
	Darby Swiney		0		5
64	Danel Leary		0		4
	Danel Riordan		0		5
	Hum Shehane		0		2
	James Good		1		4
23	Michel Connigan		0		6
	John Riordan		0		5
 	Darby Donogan		0		3
 	John Good		6		2
	Frans Beamish		2		5
24	Dens Croneen		0		5
	Danll Morphy		0		4
82	Tim Costely		0		5
	Elizabeth Lannan	2		1
	Pat Callaghan		0		4
	Danll Riordan		0		4
	Margt Linchy		0		2
Notes:
12. Wisemans were Bandon colonists, 1590. Bennet in "History of Bandon" says that Cardinal Wiseman was one of this family
13. Harris family were Bandon colonists, 1590
14. Walton does not appear in any of Bennet's lists of colonists, but name occurs in wills Cork and Ross several times from 1680 to 1743. Name is now extinct in Kilmichael, but there are some families of name in Macroom (Guy's Directory, 1920)
15. Danahy now written Dennehy, immigrants originally to this district from North Cork.
16. Cortain, up to lately anglicised into Curtin, now written by some members of family in old form Mac Curtain
17. Desmond is found in the Fiant 6467 (AD 1601, Elizabeth) as O' Dassuny twice.It may be the nickname of a branch of the O Learys or other family but this is only sumise. A Dr. Desmond is mentioned in Bennet's Bandon as living in the suburbs of that town up to 1649. Will of Cornelius Desmond 1727 in Wills (Cork and Ross)
18. The surname Loucy frequently occurs in the list. It is now spelled like the English surname Lucy. In the Fiants (Elizabeth) it is spelled O' Lwoshie and O' Lwosie. It is said to mean herb-doctor. Mr DJ Lucy, HC, a prominent member of this ancient Irish family says that the O' Luosies were a branch of the O Donoghues. The O' Luosies have been long seated in Macroom and neighbourhood.
19. Liney now written the same as the English surname Lyons with which it has no connexion. In Kerry it is written Leyne and Lyne. As late as 1720 members of this family in Dooniskey wrote their name in English as Leyne, this was subsequently written Leynes and Lynes, and finally came to be written in present day form Lyons. It has also been changed from Leyne to Lane. (F)
20. There are still several families of Barret in Kilmichael.
21. Bohily in Fiants usually appears as O' Buoghilie, now written Buckley, to resemble English surname with which it has no connection. This change in the surname did not take place until quiet near the end of the 18th century.
22. Dowe is undoubtedly an English name. It does not appear in lists of Bandon colonists. There has not been any one of the surname in Kilmichael for the last 100 years.
23.. Connigan, in Fiants it is usually spellled O' Cunnigan, McConigan, McCunnigan, now written as Cunningham like the lowland Scots name, with which it has no connection. I have seen it spelled O' Cunnigane in ancient title deed dated 1595.
24. Croneen, now written Cronin. (F)
27. The Malleys must have been immigrants to Kilmichael from the West of Ireland.
40. The name Brien is spelled throughout the list as Bryne, making it look at a glance like Byrne. (F)
43. Gelach is a puzzle to me. It may be Gollock or a nickname.... Miss A O Mahony writes to say that this was the name of a well-known Gaelic poet, Theig Gaolach O' Sullivan
64. Fiant 6467, pardon to Dermod Roe O Lerie, of Inchigilagh, and Lisagh O' Lerie, of same, gentlemen. The O Learys built three castles in niehgbouring parish of Inchigeelagh. 30 ploughlands of Lveleary, Porfessor Butler states, were owned by O Learys up to 1641.
68. "Crimeen", which was the nickname of a branch of the MacCarthy family was also the surname of an old Irish family. A daughter of this family married one of the MacCarthys. The descendants of this marriage were known as "MacCarthy Crimeen"
82. Costely, now written Costelloe. (F)
(p. 4 of Record)



Note	Name of ye			No of		No of
No	head of family			Prots.	Papists
	Edmond Barrett		2		14
	Edm Barrett		0		6
74	Thos Burden		0		5      
	Darby Collenane		0		6
	Danl Swiny		0		6
	Lars Bohily		0		3
	Philip Brenane		0		5
	Tim Horagan		0		9
35a	Darby Vahane		0		5
	John Dowe		4		3
	Tim Morphy		0		7
	Tim Carthy		0		8
	Willm Bryne		0		4
25	Danll Bane		0		3
	Darby Carrel		0		5
	Gart Ahearin		0		5
26	John White		0		2
	Tim Carthy		0		3
	Dens Leary		0		5
	John Carthy		0		6
	Joseph Morphy		0		7
69	Robert Purcel		0		6
	Cors Malley		0		2
	Willm Morihy		0 		8
	Tim Leary		0		6
50	John Correan		0		5
28	Edwd Serchfield		0		6
	Mort Bohily		0		8
	Owen Swiny		0		4
	Danll Caughlin		0		5
29	John Bradly		0		7
	John Callaghan		0		7
	Bat Kelly		0		5
 	Tim Morphy		?		?

(p. 5 of Record)
	Tim Leary		0		9
30	Dens Hearlihy		0		6
	Richd Welsh		0		4
 	Richd Barry		0		7
	John Hourahan		0		4
	John Dugan		0		7
35a	Chars Vahane		0		4
 	John Desmond		0		3
	Danll Leary		0		7
77	Tim Twomy		0		6
50	John Crean		0		4
 	Widw Crouly		0		4
	Tim Mahony		0		6
	Peter Horagan		0		4
 	Darby Cronine		0		4
	John Connigan		0		6
	Tim Kelly		0		6
63	Bryen Corkey		0		11
77	Darby Twomey		0		8
	Thos Delany		0		4
	Danll Hallahane		0		5
	Danll Morphy		0		5
32 	Darby Silk		0		7
33	Mr Barter		10		6
	John Leary		0		11
	John Kelly		0		11
34	Tim Leahane		0		6
	Willm Hennigane		0		5
28	Pat Serchfield		0		4
35	John Donohue		0		4
	Tim Desmond		0		2
	Tim Morphy  		0     		7
	Darby Halihane 		0 		6
35a 	John Vahane 		0 		6
77 	Pat Twomy 		0 		7
 	Bat Leary 		0 		6
 	Danll Cavaneigh 	0 		5
 	Simon Leary 		0 		6
	Will Good 		4 		0
 	Richd Grice 		3 		0
 	Danll Carthy 		8 		0
Notes:
25. Bane (bán, white) was a nickname of a family of O Kellehers in Kilmichael. The same name applied to a family of Murphys in the neighbouring parish of Kilmurry.
26. The Whites are in earliest list of Bandon colonists, 1596. There are families of this name still living near Macroom.
28. The name Serchfield must be Sarsfield. There were people of latter surname living in Kilmichael about 50 years ago.
29. Bradly was a substitute for an old Irish surname. It is spelled in Fiants O' Broughillaghan and O' Bruhilligan. This family still exists in Kilmichael and Macroom. (F)
30. Hearlihy now written Herlihy. The chief family of this name lived in Ballyvourney, where they owned considerable property in fee simple up to the time of the Cromwellian confistication. They were a distinct family from the O Hurleys. John O Hierlighy of Ballyvourney, gentleman, was amongst the persons outlawed in 1641. (F)
32. Darby Silk. Silk was the nickname of a family of MacNamaras living now in a neighbouring parish of Muskerry.
33. Mr Bater was ope of the three persons dignified by the Rev. Mr Kenny with the title of Mr. in list. The other two were Mr Swete and Mr Alcock. The Barters were descended from a Williamite officer. Benjamin Barter and John Luffkin had a lease of Gurranereagh from Mrs MacSwiney of Kilglas and John Bayly of Castlemore, Esq., in commencement of 18th century for 21 years. Some of the Barter family lived in Cooldaniel House, in this parish, up to 50 years ago.
34. Leahane now written Lehane. In Fiants of Elizabeth it is written Leaghane. (F) It seems to be a distinct name from O Leyne.
35. The O Donoghues are an old stock in West Muskerry. (F). They had a castle at Kilmeedy in the parish os Drishane.
35a. Vahane now written Vaughan. In Kilmichael the Vaughans were known as "Mac Mhocháin". I sounded like "mok vohon". It is doubtful if it is the same name as Vaughan.
50. Corream and Kearane, now writtenn Crean and Crane. (F) It is spelled Crean once in the list.
63. Now Corkerry. (F)
69. Fiant 6467, pardon to John Pursell of Blarnie, 1601
74. Fiant 64467, pardon to John Burdon of Killnyhone, ad 1601, Elizabeth; Burdons were old English settlers.
77. The Twomeys were very numerous in the neighbouring parish of Inchigeela. I was informed by the late Far. Timothy Twomey that they were origionally a branch of the O Learys.

(p. 6 of Record)


Note Name of ye No of No of
No head of family Prots. Papists.
37	Willm Reagan		0		4
37	Darby Reagan		0		4
	Willm Cotter		0		5
	Dens Raines		0		3
78	Darby Conner		0		5
	Cors Raines		0		4
	Matw Riordan		3		5
	Darby Riordan		0		3
38	Dens Loardan		0		3
38	John Loardan		0		3
38	John Loardan		0		5
	Dens Morphy		0		3
	Danll Leary 		0 		3
31	Tim Caughlan		0 		4
	Bryne Crouly		0		3
	Darby Crouly 		0 		4
	Danll Carthy 		0 		5
	Dens Riordan 		0 		6
31	Dens Coughalen 		0 		3
39	David Dule 		0 		6
	Dens Hourahane 		0 		2
	Ellen Hurley 		0 		4
	Flors Driskell 		0 		3
	Dens Bryne 		0 		4
	Tim Hourahane 		0 		2
	Kedy Leary 		0 		4
40a	Thos Farr 		3 		0
	James Mahony 		0 		3
	Danll Mahony 		0 		4
	William Donohue 	0 		4
41	Tim Noan 		0 		5
	Tim Mahony 		0 		4
	Dens Mahony 		0 		3
	Cors Mahony 		0 		3
42	Dens Croneigh 		0 		5
	John Morihy		0		2
	Cors Carthy		0		5
	James Mahony		0		4
	Michll Mahony		0		5

(p. 7 of Record)
	David Pine		6		1
	Davd Spalane		2		2
48	Tim Greepha		0 		4
	Danll Leary		0		4
	Dens Connal 		0		7
	Danll Gallavan		0		6
	Cors Mahony		0		5
	Tim Bohilly		0		2
	Lars Bohilly		0		12
	Dens Callaghan		0		2
	Widw Hallahan		0		1
38	Tim Loardan		0		5
 	Darby Bohilly		0		3
 	Mr Masters		7		5
72	John Deasig		0		5
	John Linnihan		0		4
	Edmd Bryne		0		2
	Darby Shehane		0		9
	Thos Ahearn		0		4
	Tim Riordan		0		6
	Danll Riordan 		0 		4
	John Callaghan 		0 		4
	Danll Liney 		0 		6
	John Liney 		0 		5
	Tim Liney 		0		6
80 	Cors Kelly		0		5
	Darby Kealaher 		0		3
	Michll Liney		0		3
	Widw Liney		0		3
	John Morphy		0		4
71 	John Roach		0		6
71	Owen Roach		0		6
	Murt Callaghan		0		5
	Michll Bohily		1		3
44	Danll Corkran 		0		5
	John Donohue		0		6
 	Darby Leary		0		7
	Art Leary		0		2
	Danll Caharn		0		7
	John Riordan		0		6
Notes:
31. Caughlan, now written Coughlan and Cohalan. Amongst those outlawed in 1641 was Philip O' Coghlan of Inniskeene (Enniskeane), gentleman.
37. Reagan, now written Reagan (?). Name is well distributed in Carbery and Muskerry, chiefly in former barony, where they were freeholders.
38. Loardan, now written Lordan. Fiant Elizabeth, 6515, pardon to Dermod Mantagh (Mantach, toothless) O' Lordane.
39. Dule, this may be Dooly. A family of O Learys had a nickname "Dúbhlach", and a Kilmichael man, who is a good Gaelic scholar, has suggested to me that it may possibly be an attempt to write this O Leary nickname in English. The question is an open one............Dule, O Dowle, from information received from several readers, I have found "Dule" and "O Dowle" to be the same surnames as Dunlea and Dullea..
40a.. Farr is not in list of Bandon colonists. Probably the family were more recent arrivals.
41. Noan would be Nunan nowadays.
42. Croneigh may well be the nickname of a branch of the Collins family. Corómeac, of the crown. Tadg an orsa was obliged by the term of his grant of Dunmanway, etc, to keep an armed force for the service of the Crown. These Collins were descendants of the Crown soldiers of this great MacCarthy chief.
44. Corkran, now written Corcoran. Corcorans were settled for a long time in neighbouring parish of Kilmurry. (F)
48. Greepha, now written Griffin.(F)
71. Roach now written Roche
72. Deasig now written Deasy.
78. The Conners in Kilmichael and Kilmurry parishes were originally, according to local tradition, immigrants from Kerry.
80. Cors. Kelly. He was the seventh Con. Kelly who held a farm at Shanacashel in unbroken succesion. He was known as Con Bacagh O Kelly. He died at an advanced age in 1808, and left two daughters. His will in in PRO; it was proved April 27, 1809. His land is still held by his descendants.
(p. 8 of Record)



Note	Name of ye		No of		No of
No.	head of Family		Prots		Papists
	Denis Morphy		0		7
	Tim Callaghane		0		5
	Tim Donoghue		0		3
	Joan Clehily		0		2
46	Tim Dally 		0		3
	Hum Leary		0		4
45	Hum Barrule		0		9
	Cors Leary		0 		7
	Cors Donohue		0		6
	Willm Hallahan		0		4
	Benjm Olieff		7		0
	Darby Horagan		0		14
49	Peter Gould		0		8
49	George Gould		0		7
	Patk Kehily		0 		6
36	Syl Canthy		0		6
	Dens Durrif		0 		2
	Darby Carrell		0		8
	Danll Hurly		0		6
	Willm Hourahane		0		6
	Danll Sullivan		0 		7
	Dens Hourahane		0		4
	John Hurly		0		3
	Redmd Carrel		0		6
53	John Nevole		0		8
	Pat Crouly		0		6
54	Thos Moore		0		6
54	Stephen Moore		0		4
54	John Moore		0		4
	Darby Grace		0		2
67	Danll Leigh		0		4

(p. 9 of Record)
	Andrew Connell		0		4
	Tim Horagan		0		5
	Darby Sullivan		0		3
	Darby Morphy		0		3
	Darby Hallahan		0		2
56	Mr Alcock		5		3
	Dens Donovan		0		3
57	Willm Scale		5		2
	James Sullivan		0		4
55	Mors Healihy		0		8
55	Dens Healihy		0		6
55	Willm Healihy		0		6
55	Pat Healihy		0		7
	John Bryne		0		4
55a	Willm Flen		0		4
48	Tim Mernane		0		3
58	John Mernane		0		9
	Dens Swiny		0		6
59	Richd Garrel 		0		4
	Widw Kelly		0		6
	John Mally		0		4
	Danll Hurly		0		5
	Dens Kelly		0		4
	Cors Mally		0		4
	Danll Crouly		0		2
	Dens Burny		0		5
	Danll Correan 		0		6
	Thos Cullenane 		0		5
	Dens Bohane		0		3
	Cors Cotter		0		9
	Dens Linchy		0		4
	Dens Malley		0		4
	Bat Ahearn		0		3
	Tim Mahony		0		7
Notes:
36. Canthy, now written Canty. In Fiant, Elizabeth, 6539, pardon to Dermot O' Canty, of Castellmahoune (Castle Bernard) AD 1601.
45. Barrule, nickname of a family of MacCarthys living in Kilmichael. Tradition says that they were descended from a man who was a person of very decided opinions. The christian name (Hum) is an abbreviated form of Humphrey, which in turn was a substitution for old Irish name of Auulive (Amhlaoibh). It still persists in well-known name, MacAuliffe. Barrule is also the nickname of a Sullivan family living in the Skibbereen district.
46. Dally, Daly. The O' Dalys had property near Muintervara, also in North East of County.
49. Gould, the Goulds or Goolds, were an old City of Cork family. Some of them must have intermarried with the country people and settled in Muskerry. After 1660, the old stock in the City are lost sight of. Pierce Gould, Irish Papists, is given as the proprietor of Coolnashamarogue, in Parish of Cannaway, in 1649. His property was given to the Hollow Blades Company.
53. Nevvle, now written Neville. The origional name was Ó Niadh ( O Nea). All the members of this old Macroom family seeme to have adopted the English surname of Neville.
54. The Moores of Kilmichael, came as English colonists to Bandon abbout 1620.
55. Healihy, now written Healy, immigrants from Donoughmore originally. (F)
55a. Flen, now written Flynn.
56. Alcocks, colonists Bandon 1590 and 1620.
57. Scale, this may be Seale, Sealy
58. Mernane, now written Murnane. Many of the descendatns of these Mernanes have changed their name to Warren. (F)
59. Fitzgerald. (F)
67. Leigh, (liath) grey, (grey-haired) a nickname.
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Note	Name of ye		No of		No of
No.	head of family		Prots		Papists
51	John Drommy		0		6
51 	Thos Drommy		0		7
51	Willm Drommy		0		4
	Danll Morphy		0		9
52	Joseph Demer		0		8
	Andw Barrett		0		5
	Widw Leary		0		2
	Owen Lourdan		0		3
	Tim Leary		0		10
	Tim Harris		0		4
	Mort Bohily		0		6
	Widw Carthy 		0		5
	Widw Leary		0		3
	Willm Ahearn		0		8
	John Sullivan		0		5
	Darby Morphy		0		3
	Thos Hinnigan		0		7
62	Pat Fowlue		0		5
	Cors Horagane		0		8
62	Tim Fowlue		0 		6
62	Tim Fowlue		0		6
62	Darby Fowlue		0		2
	Dens Kealiher		0		7
62	John Fowlue		0		6
	Darby Morphy		0		3
60	Bartw More		0		6
	Widw Morihy		0		4
	John Hurly		0		3
	Danll Linchy		0		5
	Tim Farrily		0		4 
	Darby Horagan 		0		9
	Cors Morphy		0		6
	Thos Crouly		0		9
84	John Feehill		0		5
	John Bohily		0		4
	John Gelach		0		7
	John Harris		0		7
	Cornlls Crouly		0		6

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	Matw Currel		0		4
	Edwd Swiney		0		3
	John Garrel		0		5
	Kerren Dally		0		5
76	Dens Dugan		0		5
	Danll Loucy		0		7
	Widw Leary		0		5
	Widw Bryne		0		6
76	Willm Dugan		0		5
	Dens Morphy		0		6
	Richd Welsh		0		6
65	John Long		0		8
	Danll Morphy		0		5
	Danll Riordan		0		4
	Margt Dowe		0		4
	Danll Liney		0		3
	Dens Mahony		0		7
	Michll Morphy		0		4
	Dens Wholy		0		3
	Tim Louchy		0		3
62	John Fowlue		0		5
	Cors Leary		0		5
	Tim Donohue 		0		5
	John Donohue		0 		10
	James Good		1		6
	John Halurane		0		6
	Peter Good		0		4
	John Good		0		4
	John Linihy		0		8
	Widw Keahily		0		6
	Widw Bohane		0		3
	Danll Linihy		0		6
50	Tim Correane		0		7
	Darby Reagan		0		3
	Cors Carrel		0		3
	Richd Haukes		0		5
	Edmd Swiney		0		6
	Andw Leary		0		5
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	Darby Leary		0		6
	Tim Mahony		0		6
	Danll Morphy		0		4
	Dens Morphy		0		4
	Widw Vahane		0		2
	Danll Morphy		0		2
	Chars Conner		0		5
73	Willm Meenahan		0		2
	Darby Daly		0		3
	Darby Do------y		0		6
50	Cors Kerane		0		10
	Darby Callaghane	0		6
	Dens Callaghane		0 		21
	John Morphy		0 		9
	James Morphy 		0 		8
	Tim Leahane 		0 		8
	Danll Morphy 		0 		8
62	Darby Fowlue		0		9
	Darby Bane		0		3
	Dens Liney		0		4
	Edmd Swiney		0		4
	Widw Gallavun		0		4
	John Dowe		3		9
	Hayes Bagge		3		2
50	Tim Kearane		0		6
	Danll Carthy		0 		6
	John Leahane		0		6
50	John Kearane		0		4
	John Hinnigan		0		5
	Tim Danahy		0		10
	John Honniferd		0		2
	Tim Bohily		0		5
	John Barry		0		9
	John Morihy 		0		4
86	Mr Swete		13		2
	Tim Corkey		0		11

Totals: 127 2,272
One Popish Priest
85. This return of the inhabitants of the Parish of Kilmichael was taken with all possible accuracy. April the fifth, 1766 Edward Kenney, Rector
Notes:
50. Corream and Kerane, now written Crean and Crane. (F)
51. Drommy, now written Drummey. I have heard of one Kilmichael man who changed, after emigration, his fine old name for the English one of Drummond. It is sometimes written Drum by the Irish in USA.
52. Demer, properly Demery. There was a well-known schoolmaster of this name in Cork up to 40 years ago.
60. More (mór) big, a nickname.
62. Fowlue, now written Foley. (F)
65. In Cannaway parish, "John Long, Irish Papist" had over 1,000 acres of land (Irish measures) taken from him at Cromwellian confistications. It was given to the Hollow Blades Company.
73. Meenahan, now written Minnehane, and more often Moynihan. (F) 76. Dugan, now written Duggan. (F)
84. Feehaill, now Fihely. It is said to have been anglicised into Fielding and Field.
86. Swete were Bandon settlers. One was an officer in Cromwell's Army, see also note 81.


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