Bandon Historical Journals (BHJ)
Griffiths Valuations & Tithe Applotments
Bandon MPs 1631-1797
Land Owners in 1876
Bandon Provosts from 1765
Bandon Leases & tenancies
Bernard Scale Index -1775
Miscellaneous lists 1700s - 1800s
Miscellaneous photos of 1920s
House photos from ca 1911
Photos of Bandon People 1911
Newspapers - Bandon Articles
Bandon Business Advertisements
Notes from Bandon in 1844
The Sealy, Cornwall and Allin Families of County Cork: Merchants and Bandon Gentry
Bandon, County Cork. A Social History of North Main Street and Kilbrogan Hill
The Tresilian Family of County Cork - Landowners and Bandon Merchants
Welcome to the genealogy site of the town and surrounding area of Bandon, Co Cork. This site is being put together to help those researching their roots specifically in and around Bandon.
We are always happy to receive contributions of historical or genealogical interest for the Bandon area. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any suggestions or additions that you may have.
Copies of many of the Bandon church records are held at THE WEST CORK HERITAGE CENTRE which is located in the former Church of Ireland (Christ Church) on North Main Street, Bandon, Co Cork. Advertised opening hours for the year are as follows:-
1st May, 2018 - 30th September, 2018 10am to 5pm.To view church records at the centre, please contact John Hurley to arrange a day and time as this centre is manned by volunteers & may not always be open during the advertised hours. Please note that we are not part of this centre so you will need to contact John directly.
Our latest publication entitled 'The Sealy, Cornwall and Allin Families of County Cork: Merchants and Bandon Gentry' is now available on Amazon. The chapter titles and index are listed on this site.
'Bandon, County Cork. A Social History of North Main Street and Kilbrogan Hill' is a directory of the houses on North Main Street & Kilbrogan Hill. Well known Bandon families such as the Bennetts, Tresilians, Cornwalls, Teulons, Baldwins and Hornibrooks lived for a time on the street and we have done our best to identify the exact houses where they lived and/or held leases. Available on Amazon.
Our first publication was The Tresilian Family of County Cork - Landowners and Bandon Merchants. The Tresilians married into well known Bandon families such as the Pophams, Sullivans, Allmans, Belchers, Bernards, Seymours, Jenkins and Jagoes. Available on Amazon.
A recent publication entitled 'Murragh - A Place of Graves' provides a very detailed analysis of the graveyard and families buried there.
Churches & graveyards/inscriptions
Bandon Marriages - 1847-1862
Wills & Abstracts
Maps of townlands
street name changes
bandon family trees links
The Bernards of Castle Bernard
The Bernards of Palace Anne - Ancestors of Justin Trudeau
The Frekes of Castle Freke
The Tresilian Family
useful bandon research links
bandon family queries
Bandon leases and tenancies
Bandonbridge Survey of 1717 (section one)
Bandonbridge Survey of 1717 (section two)
Bandon Property Holders List 1837
Bandon Poor Law Electoral Lists 1844