John Boyle, 1800

Name
John /Boyle/
Given names
John
Surname
Boyle
Family with parents
father
himself
brother
sister
Family with Angel Bennett
himself
wife
Marriage Marriage1765
daughter
Marriage
Residence
Note: Townland: Dromcarra South

Townland: Dromcarra South

Civil Parish: Inchigeelagh
Poor Law Union: Macroom
DED: Inchigeelagh 222
Barony: West Muskerry
County: Cork

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Boyle Grove
Description: Boyle Grove was the residence of William Boyle in 1814 and of J. Boyle in 1837. The 1821 Census for Dromcarra records William Boyle, a gentleman farmer aged 65 and his wife Sophia, their two sons, William and James, and their daughters, see http://myhome.ispdr.net.au/~mgrogan/cork/inch_1821_cen.htm#Dromcarra By the time of Griffith's Valuation the house was occupied by Devonshire Hawkes who held it from the Court of Chancery. It was valued at £12.15 shillings. In March 1852 Boylesgrove, the estate of William Boyle, was advertised for sale. The rental records that the house was let to Devonsher P. Hawkes for 7 years in 1849 by the Court of Chancery. A house still exists at the site.
Townland: Dromcarra South

Civil Parish: Inchigeelagh
Poor Law Union: Macroom
DED: Inchigeelagh 222
Barony: West Muskerry
County: Cork
OS Sheet Number: 82
OSI Grid Reference: W293 675
Latitude / Longitude: 51.85537
-9.02625

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Residence

Townland: Dromcarra South

Civil Parish: Inchigeelagh
Poor Law Union: Macroom
DED: Inchigeelagh 222
Barony: West Muskerry
County: Cork

http://landedestates.nuigalway.ie/LandedEstates/jsp/property-show.jsp?id=2978
Boyle Grove
Description: Boyle Grove was the residence of William Boyle in 1814 and of J. Boyle in 1837. The 1821 Census for Dromcarra records William Boyle, a gentleman farmer aged 65 and his wife Sophia, their two sons, William and James, and their daughters, see http://myhome.ispdr.net.au/~mgrogan/cork/inch_1821_cen.htm#Dromcarra By the time of Griffith's Valuation the house was occupied by Devonshire Hawkes who held it from the Court of Chancery. It was valued at £12.15 shillings. In March 1852 Boylesgrove, the estate of William Boyle, was advertised for sale. The rental records that the house was let to Devonsher P. Hawkes for 7 years in 1849 by the Court of Chancery. A house still exists at the site.
Townland: Dromcarra South

Civil Parish: Inchigeelagh
Poor Law Union: Macroom
DED: Inchigeelagh 222
Barony: West Muskerry
County: Cork
OS Sheet Number: 82
OSI Grid Reference: W293 675
Latitude / Longitude: 51.85537
-9.02625