County Cork

"Cork, a county of Ireland, in the province of Munster, 80 m. long and 50 broad; bounded on the W by the Kerry and the Atlantic, N by Limerick, E by Waterford, and S by St George's channel. It sends 8 members to parliament, is divided into 232 parishes, and has about 702,000 inhabitants. It is very fertile, and has two considerable rivers, the Blackwater and the Lee."
[From The New London Gazetteer (1826)]




Land and Property


McCarthy, T. and Cadogan, T. Guide to Tracing your Cork Ancestors, Glenageary, Co. Dublin, Ireland, Flyleaf Press 118 p. [ISBN 0 9508466 6 8]



From Fianna:


Ardmore Journal (annual),
Mr. J.J. Quain, Garry Rhu, Windsor Hill, Glounthane, Co. Cork

Ballincollig Community School Local History Society Journal (annual)
Ballincollig, Co. Cork

Bandon HIstorical Journal (annual),
Mr. P. Cunniffe, Bandon Local HIstory Society, Bawnishal, Hare Hill,
Bandon, Co. Cork

Cork Historical and Archaeological Society Journal (annual),
Mr. P Holohan, Ballysheey Lodge, Cloigheen, Co. Cork

Cork Holly Bough (annual),
The Manager, Cork Examiner, 95 Patrick Street, Cork

Kinsale Historical Journal (annual),
Mrs. N. Hickey, Church Square, Kinsale, Co.Cork

Mallow Field Club Journal (annual),
The Secretary, Mallow Field Club, Mallow, Co. Cork

Seanchas Duthalla Diarmuid Uas Us Cadhla,
Cullen, Mallow, Co. Cork