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Index to Map of the lands of Coolfadda and the Town of Bandon 1717

The first lessee or prior tenants as they are entered in the Rent Roll

Contents of tenements

Acres  Roods  Perches

The Widow Taylor for Smiths 36 acres for 200 years from Lady's Day 1614

39         3           33

Thomas Forster's executors for Mays 10 acres from year to year

10         3           -

John Travers for 4 acres at Coolfadda

  4         1           -

James Kingston for Lanes tenement and 69 acres for 181 years from Michaelmas 1617

64         3           15

Philip Cross

50         -            -

Francis Bernard Esq assignee of Widow Tresilian for Greens plot and 58 acres wheron seven houses were to be built for 200 years from ?? 1610

56          1          23

Charles Abbott for Crofts? 12 acres for 200 years from Lady's Day 1608

14          0          20

James Jackson for a field for one year from Lady's Day 1717

  2          2           -

James Kingston Lanes? Tenement on both sides of Sugar Lane and the lower road to Enniskean (Mill and Barrack?)

14          2            9

The Common Watering Place

 -            -           30

Abraham Davies for the Mill Bog and two small islands thereunto belonging

10           1            9

 

The Reference and explanation to the Map of the Lands of Coolfadda and that part of the town of Bandon situate thereon continued viz Hammott's 2 acres of Kirks, Jeffords? 18 acres

 

No of parcel

Present possession or undertenant

Contents of parcel

Ac/R/P

Measurement in feet

Front/Depth

The Quality or Descripton of parcels

13

Cornelius Conner and several undertenants to him viz Med(ad) Holland and Timothy Donovan

 

 

This parcel is all good arable ground, part of Jeffords holding on which there are several houses, cabbins and garden plots lying on the south side of the road to Eniskeane whereof there's only a part of Timothy Donovan's house and gardens marked with the letter A, the parish pound marked with B and part of the field marked with C which [lie] within the liberties of the Corporation

14

Alexander Hammott

 

 

A long strip of arable and meadow ground well inclosed part of Jeffords holdings, a small part of which next to the Rampire lieth within the liberties.

 

 

 

 

Here endeth the outland and tenements all lying without the liberties excepting as mentioned all the following tenements lyeth within the line of the liberties excepting No 49 and 50

15

Richard Hornibroak

-/-/8

39.5/56

A dwelling house 1 storeys high and a garden plott next to the pound

16

Ralph Cleer jun

-/-/18

39.5/115

A dwelling house 1 storeys high with a linny and a range of low backhouses slated the whole length of the premises

17

Thomas Northridge

-/-/18

47.5/93.7

A dwelling house 1 storeys high with a return to the front, a small linny, a low thatched house, backside and garden

18

Owen Canty

-/-/19

31/89

A dwelling house 1 storeys high, a low backhouse and garden

19

William Jenkins

-/-/7

29/87

A dwelling house 1 storey high with a return, backside, backhouse and garden

20

Richard Moor

-/-/14

40/89

A dwelling house 1 storeys high with a return, backhouse and garden

21

Samuel French

-/-/6

24.5/79

A waste house out of repair and a garden plott

22

Widow Baker

-/-/10

41.5/69

A waste plott without any house upon it

23

Widow Doodly

-/-/7

28/56

A low thatched dwelling house, a backside and 2 small thatched houses

24

John Good

Joseph Stamers

-/-/4

16.5 and

23.7/37.6

A corner house 1 storeys high fronting east and northward with small backside belonging to it

25

Cornelius Conner

-/1/10

26.5/308

A good dwelling house 2 storeys high with a return jutting into the Widow Deason's holding, and a range of all convenient houses for the malting trade, a small backside and garden

26

Widow Deason

-/-/30

30/316

A dwelling house 1 storey high with a return, backside, backhouse and a garden

27

Ralph Cleer

-/-/19

20/198

A dwelling house 1 storeys high with a return and a garden

28

Thomas Haynes

John Sheedy

-/1/11

43/328

On this plott there are 2 dwelling houses, the one 1 with a return slated, the other a low thatched house, a backhouse, garden in common to the tenants

29

Widow Hammott

1/1/11

 

A meadow lying backward of the following garden plotts within the Rampier

30

Thomas Shewell

-/-/12

36.6/80.5

A dwelling house 1 storeys high with a return, low backhouse and a garden

31

Timothy Eckells

-/-/9

29.7/83.8

A dwelling house 1 storey high and garden plott

32

John Savage

-/-/14

31.6/87

A dwelling house 2 storeys high, backhouse and garden

33

James Eckells

Mary Heart

-/-/16

63/35

A front house in 4 tenements  1 storeys high, small backhouse and garden

34

Joseph Shorten

-/-/7

18.5/102

A dwelling house 1 storeys high and garden

35

John and William Hames?

-/-/15

41.5/112

A low dwelling house thatched in two tenements and garden plott

36

John Wheeler

-/1/23

46/415

A large dwelling house with small return and low backhouse adjoining another low thatched house, backside and long strip of a garden

 

The remaining parts of the tenements lying on the west side of the North Street and the tenements lying on both sides of Sugar Lane    

 

37

Widow Brown

-/2/18

97/264

Low dwelling house thatched and large garden on the north side of Sugar Lane

38

Richard John? Lesson & c

-/2/4

92.5/250

On this tenement there are 3 dwelling houses fronting Sugar Lane, one slated the others thatched, with large garden

39

Francis Davis and John Lehy under Ralph and Richard Cleer

-/2/7

99/247

On this tenement there are 5 houses, 2 with their gable end to the street, converted to a malthouse, slated 1 storeys, a dwelling house 1 storeys, another 2 storeys high slated, a low thatched house fronting Sugar Lane and large garden

40

William Millet

-/1/32

38/101

Dwelling house 2 storeys high fronting North Street, the Presbyterian Meeting House, backhouse adjoining, backyard and large garden

41

Richard Cleer

-/-/9

43/56

Small garden plott in Sugar Lane for 1 year from Lady's Day 1717. Numbered 113 in printed papers

42

Robert Clarke

-/-/8

38/54

Dwelling house 1 storey high fronting Sugar Lane, and garden

43

William Stephens, Widow Hicks, Alexander Bull, Richard Edwards

under widow Langton

-/1/9

106 and 41/109

On this plott lying on the corner of Sugar Lane are 2 houses 1 storeys high fronting North St and 2 low houses fronting Sugar Lane, a garden plot said to belong to the poor of the parish.

44

Ralph Cleer jun

-/-/15

37.6/100

Dwelling house 2 storeys high fronting North St, a low house and garden

45

Benjamin Wheeler

-/-/11

29.7/105

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, 2 low outhouses and garden

46

A waste plott

-/-/14

44.8/110

Waste plott open to the street, no house thereon

47

William Langton

-/-/11

29/110

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, linny, low backhouse, garden and backside

48

William Conner

-/-/12

36/103

Dwelling house 1 storey high with return, 2 low backhouses, backside, garden plott

49

Darby Kinelly?

-/1/6

56/247

Low thatched dwelling house and garden plott, being without the liberties on the south side of Sugar Lane and on the east side of the lane from Sugar Lane to the Mill Bog.

50

Philip Glanfield

-/2/28

93/255

Low thatched dwelling house and large garden eastward of the former lying without the line of the liberties

51

Edward Dowden

-/2/20

99/260

Low dwelling house and cabbin adjoining and large garden lying withing the line of the liberties

52

Morgan Welsh

-/-/14

37/140

Low thatched house and cabbin  where a small town stood formerly, with a small garden outside the wall. Numbered 112 in the printed papers

 

 

 

 

These last entries lie on the south side of Sugar Lane

53

Abraham Davies

1/10/15

 

On this there's a garden plott bounded on the west by the Town Wall , the north end of which is 60ft in Breadth, fronting the Sugar Lane, another good garden by the Riverside, a good Mill house in which there are 2 grist and mills all newly built, the miller's house and a fish house, a large vacant place for the convenience of the mills. The salmon wares runs from the mills to the town at A. (the Barracks is built in front of this)

54

John Whelps

-/2/13

97/295

Low dwelling house and good garden, thinly planted with apple trees.

55

Richard Clarke

-/1/20

92/184

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, large return, 2 outhouses, backside and garden well planted. (Pitmans)

56

Widow Bennett

-/1/24

82.5/191

Large dwelling house 2 storeys high with its gable end to Sugar Lane, a low return and good gaden well planted

57

John Jones

William Bennett

-/1/27

56/262

Good new dwelling house 2 full storeys high with stair case, backside, outhouses, conveniences and very good garden

58

Dennis Kelly

-/-/18

63/79

Dwelling house 1 storey high and garrett, near the Market House,  part of the walls of another house ruined, backhouse or shade unfinished and garden. 109 on printed papers

59

Andrew Roch

-/-/10

33/79

Dwelling house 1 storey high, low garrett and garden. (110)

60

Abraham Bare

-/-/15

49.5/79

Low thatched dwelling house and garden plott (111)

61

William Snow

-/-/37

44/204.6

Garden plott formerly hay yard adjoining the road leading to the Mill

62

William Snow

-/3/3

107/303

Large dwelling house, 2 returns to the front, full 2 storeys high, a yard on the west side of the house and convenient offices on the front and west side of it, a terras walk behind the house, a small pleasure garden and terras walk and a good garden below it, well planted in which there's a small fishpond

63

James Martin

-/1/-

38/308

Low dwelling house 1 storey high and garrett and garden plott (106)

64

William Stephens

-/1/4

34/298

Low dwelling house 1 storey high, backhouse and garden (105)

65

Thomas Legg

-/-/33

39/295

A dwelling house 1 storeys high, return, linny, with outhouses, tanyard and all necessary outhouses belonging to it

66

Widow Skinner

-/-/24

16/291

A dwelling house 1 storeys high, backhouse adjoining another low house and tanyard (late John Ines')

67

Sion? Hill

-/-/28

33/281

Dwelling house 2 storeys high with backhouse, linny, backside, low backhouse and half of another house and garden

68

Joseph Wheeler

-/-/26

33/274

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, backhouse adjoining backside, backhouse and garden.

69

Daniel Conner

-/-/36

45/258

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, small linny, backyard, 2 large outhouses and garden

70

Jasper Kievell?

-/-/7

34/70

Low dwelling house, backside, 2 cabbins

71

Waste

-/-/6

78/203

Waste plott lying open to the street without any house upon it

72

Edward Jenkins

-/-/25

28/173

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, backyard, outhouse ruined and garden

73

John Crousell

-/-/14

33/160

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, backyard, backhouse and garden

74

Thomas Loane

-/-/12

23/146

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, return, linny, backhouse and garden

75

Samuel Brown

-/-/13

16/155

Dwelling house 2 storeys high with gable end to the street, linny and garden

76

Joseph Whelply

-/-/8

16/127

Dwelling house 2 storeys high with gable end to the street, linny and garden

77

Thomas Brien

-/-/8

22/118

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, linny, backhouse and garden

78

George Alby

-/-/12

43.5/116

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, linny, backhouse and garden

79

Daniel Sullivan

-/-/11

31.6/97

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, backside, backhouse and garden

80

Waste

-/-/8

13/69

Waste plott next to the Bridge lying open to the street

 

Here begins tenements lying on the east side of North Street, bounded east and north by a small brook and the lands of Knockbrogan

 

81

Francis Jenkins

-/3/12

123.5/201

Thatched low house, good orchard, part of Potters messuage

82

Daniel Conner

-/2/1

173.5/146.5

Slate house with return and thatched house to the street, tanyard and all the convenient houses thereunto belonging

83

Robert Giles

-/-/3?

72.6/132

Dwelling house 1 storeys high slated, thatched house adjoining tanyard and another large thatched house

84

Widow Backer/Barker

-/-/3?

64/120

Dwelling house 1 storeys high slated, thatched house streetwards, backhouse and tanyard

85

Widow Backer/Barker

7/-/8

 

A parcel of very good arable ground lying backward of the former tenements by the name of Peters field (Potters?)

86

Richard Ward

-/-/21

56/115

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, outhouse with gable end to street, tanyard

87

Richard Ward(e)

-/-/16

33/105.6

A front house two storeys high, low backhouse and tanyard (Wadleys Woodleys?)

88

John Sullivan

Edward Spelane

-/-/11

46/72

Front house in 2 tenements 1 storey high and garden thereunto belonging

89

Stephen Moxley

-/-/13

34/69

Corner house 2 storeys high, 2 low backhouses, large backyard

90

Henry Rice sen

-/-/14

39.6/125

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, return, 2 small low houses and plott of ground backwards

91

Richard Harris

-/-/2?

64/136

Dwelling house 1 storey high, return, backyard and small tanyard

92

Henry Rice sen

-/-/18

50/93.7

Low thatched stable and garden plott and another low thatched house to the front of the garden jutting into the street

93

Henry Rice jun

-/1/4

39/156

Dwelling house 1 storeys high, low house adjoining, backside, large backhouse, tanyard

94

Francis Kaple?

-/-/13

29.7/90.4

Low dwelling house, backside and garden

95

William Heasle

-/-/16

23/99

Low thatched dwelling house, backside and garden

96

Henry Rice jun

1/1/35

 

Very good meadow extending from the former garden to Knockbrogan bounds

 

 

 

 

The parcels on this page are bounded on the north-east by lands of Knockbrogan, on the west by North Street, on the south by the street (?) and William Lapps holdings

97

William Lapp

1/-/3

97/495

Good dwelling house with return backwards 2 storeys high, large outhouse 1 storey high frontwards adjoining the dwelling, large tanyard with all convenient houses and shades belonging to the tanning trade. Garden plott extending to Knockbrogan bounds

98

Widow Haddock

-/-/24

27.7/287

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, return, 2 low outhouses, backside and small tanyard

99

John Loane

-/-/30

36.3/280

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, return, 4 outhouses, backside and garden

100

William Murry

Jeremiah? Regan?

-/-/32

36/295

Dwelling house 1 storeys high, large backhouse and garden

101

Gilburn Stephens

-/-/26

27.6/274

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, low return, backhouse and garden

102

John Whelply

-/2/6

245/448

Dwelling house 1 storeys high, low shade, small tanyard, plolt of ground entering? Knockbrogan

103

John Hammot?

Daniel Stanfield?

-/1/18

31.6/380

Dwelling house 1 storeys high, backhouse, garden extending to Knobrogan bounds

104

George Collins

-/-/36

43/257

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, return, backhouse and garden

105

Richard Brabbin

-/-/35

23.7/374

Dwelling house 1 storeys high, return, backhouse, garden plott

 

 

 

 

These six entries held under Francis Bernard under William Lapp as chief tenant

106

Thomas Biggs

-/-/16

37/120

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, low house adjoining, 3 outhouses, backyard, tanyard

107

William Orchard

-/-/34

28/252

Dwelling house 1 storeys high, return, backside, garden extending backwards of the former

108

Edward Draper

-/1/38

31/369

Low house to the front converted to a forge, dwelling house lying backwards of James Dammel's house, garden plott and plott extending to Knockbrogan bounds

109

James Dammel

-/2/35

53/361

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, backhouse, large plott of ground extending to the brook

110

William Lapp

Solomon Burchill

-/1/16

92.4/189

Front house 1 storeys high, 2 tenements, backhouse, 2 backyards, large malthouse and garden

111

William Bull

-/2/10

49/232

Dwelling house part 1 storeys high, part 2 storeys high, backyard, 2 outhouses, tanyard, garden plott extending to brook

112

William Morris

under William Bull

-/-/13

39/95

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, return, backhouse, backyard, garden plott

113

Ralph Wright

under William Lapp

-/-/24

26.4/153

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, linny, outhouse, backside, garden

114

Sarah Blewell/Blewett

under William Lapp

-/-/33

27.7/27.7?

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, return, backhouse, garden backwards extending to brook

115

Soloman Foley

-/2/15

77/280

On this there are several good outhouses in a front yard, a fine garden very well planted and surrounded with a good wall and a pleasant summer house therein

116

Solomon Foley

-/-/27

57.5/150

Large dwelling house 2 storeys high, return and stair case, small front yard and convenient offices thereon

117

Richard Cleer

-/-/12

21/132

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, linny, backhouse with small return to it, garden

118

William Madden

-/-/5

14/82

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, small linny, backyard, low backhouse adjoining fronting the Church Lane

119

Andrew Roche

-/-/2

13/54

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, return, backhouse in Church Lane

120

Piercy Smith

-/-/23

 

4 low houses fronting the Church Lane extending from William Madden's backhouses 199 ft in length with a garden plott lying between Richard Cleer's tenement and the Town Wall

121

Andrew Roche

-/-/24

 

A plott of ground part without and part within the Town Wall

122

John Curtis

-/-/11

 

Garden plott on south side of Church Lane

123

William Madden

-/-/7

16.5/123

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, low backhouse, backyard (107) Franklyns?

124

John Briers

-/-/6

16.5/122

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, linny, backyard (108) Dunkins

125

Widow Tressilian

-/-/8

17.8/120

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, backhouse and yard, waste and out of repair

126

John Curtis

Barnaby Brown

-/-/24

43/202

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, 2 returns, 2 tenements, linny, 3 outhouses in the backyard and garden plott

127

John Curtis

-/-/6

 

Plott of ground lying without the Town Hall

128

Isaac Bare

-/-/25

39.5/192.7

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, return, backhouse, yard and garden

129

George Woods

-/-/7

46/79

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, large backyard

130

Henry Jones

-/-/19

49.5/165

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, backhouse, backyard and garden

131

Abraham Davis

under Kurtiss?

 

-/-/13

15.8/135

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, return, backhouse, garden, part of backside marked with A

linny, small backhouse (entry in two parts)

132

William Moxly

-/-/14

31/113.5

Garden and backyard in common marked A

133

William Harden

-/-/20

70.6/89

Dwelling house 1 storeys high, small linny, backyard and garden

134

Timothy Sullivan

-/-/7

27/70.6

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, linny, backhouse and garden

135

Daniel Beamish

-/-/6

37.6/60.7

Dwelling house 2 storeys high, backhouse, yard on west side of entry to the church

136

John Harris

-/-/13

46/70.5

Dwelling house 1 storeys high, garden plott east side of church entry

137

The Church Yard

-/2/30

 

A handsome church in the form of a cross and large churchyard

138

Daniel Sullivan

under Herbert Love

-/-/20

74/95.7

Low dwelling house, large garden adjoining church yard

139

James Rice

under Herbert Love

-/2/32

132/252

Large dwelling house part of it double with 2 returns, that part of it next the street 2 storeys high, all the rest but 1 storeys high, linny, large stablehouse and garden

140

James Rice

under Herbert Love

-/-/32

 

Long strip of land on the outside of the Town Wall

141

Timothy Sullivan

under Herbert Love

-/1/3

50/209

The walls of a ruined house to the front and backyard in common, tanyard, large low house thereunto belonging

142

Stephen Winthrop

under Charles Abbott

-/1/8

76/185

Large thatched house and garden outside of Watergate on the north side of the street

143

Robert Spilane

-/-/32

80/84

Garden and waste plott without Watergate on south side of street

144

Robert Spilane

-/-/6

24/55

Corn house 1 storeys high, backhouse out of repair, and backside

145

Widow Brown

-/-/4

20/55

Dwelling house 1 storeys high, backhouse and backside

146

Waste

-/-/5

27.5/55

Waste plott without house

147

The Prison

-/-/6

39/55

Front house 1 storeys high and backyard adjoining the Bridge

 

 

 

 

These last 5 entries are numbered 104 on printed papers

                                  

Here endeth the lands of Coolfadda and that part of the town of Bandon on the North side of the river

 Note that the streets are not measured or computed in with the small tenements within the liberties but that half of the roads where they are bounds between the outparcels are measured into each parcel they properly belong to and the whole road running through any parcel is measured into the same.