O’hANGLUINN:
The Surname 'Anglin'
Appendices

Appendix 1

Research data showing the location of Anglins in Ireland

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In this appendix when dealing with County Cork I have sought to link individuals to the nearest town. For other counties, having noted the place, further division would add nothing to the understanding due to the smallness of numbers.


In 2008

  • Few Anglins now live in Ireland; most live abroad. Anglins are present in:
    • Belfast – these are ‘Glanmire Anglins’
    • Kilkenny – ‘Glanmire Anglins’
    • County Kildare – ancestors came from South Co. Tipperary
    • Cork City – only one identified and from County Tipperary
    • Fethard – this is County Tipperary
    • Limerick – the City
    • Wexford Town – these are Anglims
       

In the past

These tables show the division:

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The County of Cork

Cork City

The absence of Anglins in the records for the 17th century is quite noticeable; while few are mentioned in Cork City in 1826 and 1851 in the Griffith’s and Pigot surveys of people of property, the Church and civil data shows a different story. They were there from certainly the last quarter of the 18th century. This apparent increase is explainable as Cork City industry and government controlled by the New English needed labour for trading and manufacturing. The population would also increase due to famine in rural areas. So I feel (just an opinion) a varied numeric presence of Anglins in the city is normal if the Anglin ‘homeland’ as a rural Gaelic people lay in the County of Cork.

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County areas of Cork

Some necessary administrative Jargon on Civil areas while searching: reference is Lewis

  • Clonakilty:
    County Cork wr; Barony East Carbery (ed.) Parish Kilgariff Poor Law Union 1857 Townlands 1851 Vol. 2 Page 129
     
  • Dunmanway:
    County Cork Barony East Carbery(wd) Parish Skull Poor Law Union 1857 Townlands 1851 Vol2 p 131,132
  • Kanturk:
    County Cork Barony Duhallow; Parishes Kilbrin and Clonfert
     
  • Boherbue:
    County Cork Barony Duhallow Parish Kilmeen
     
  • Newmarket:
    County Cork Barony Duhallow Parish Clonfert
     
  • Bandon:
    Parishes Kilbrogan, Ballymodan, Barony Kilanmeaky and East Carbery
     
  • Carrignavar County Cork er:
    Barony of Ballymore; Parish Dunbulloge; Poor law union Cork 1857: townland census 1851 Carrignavar in part 1 Vol. 2 page 54
     
  • Glanmire County Cork er:
    Barony Cork; Parish Rathcooney . Poor law union 1857; Townland Census 1851 Vol. 2 p. 65
     
  • Kilworth County Cork:
    Barony Clongibbons, Cork also Condon


The towns in West and South West County Cork

Baltimore

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Bandon

Historical material. This town only came into existence in very early 1600’s through Lord Boyle using English planters from Somerset England. There is no evidence any were Anglins. Settlers need assistance from ‘locals’ to build the new town. The town history is helpful cf. the ‘Presentments of the Corporation of Kinsale’ by way of parallel.

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Bantry

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Clonakilty

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Kinsale

It is a port town. ‘Presentments of the Corporation of Kinsale’ are an aid to historical background.

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Parish Desert Surges Parish

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Dunmanway

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Macroom – should this be North West Cork?

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Skibbereen

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Leap

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The towns of North / North West County Cork

Area on Cork Kerry border

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Boherbue

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Doneraile

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Kanturk

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Mallow

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The towns of East County Cork

Carrigaline

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Castlelyons

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Castlemartyr

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Kilworth

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Killeagh

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Middleton

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Youghel

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Glanmire area

Glanmire and Carrignavar

I have not entered many names here but I am aware in R.C. records numbers are relatively large second to North Parish Cork.

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Other areas of Ireland

Belfast City / County Down Northern Ireland

Besides this data there is further data in Ellis Island records to be considered.

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  • I have indicated by a ‘G’ the Glanmire Anglins, whose family origin is Cork
  • This data is reducible to three family groups


County Tipperary

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  • Other entries for 1851 for South Tipperary are in Appendix 8 E Griffiths Valuations
  • Family groupings among these names have yet to be researched


County Clare: Note Kilrush is a small port just opposite Tarbert in Kerry

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  • Family groupings among these names have yet to be researched


County Kerry

The Kerry Anglins were all in Tarmons Hill Tarbert Co. Kerry. The Glanmire Anglins were in Tarbert, Donegal, Mayo, and Belfast at various times. So the presence of the name here may not have been permanent.

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  • Family groupings among these names have yet to be researched


County Limerick

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  • Family groupings among these names have yet to be researched


County Waterford

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  • Family groupings among these names have yet to be researched


County Wexford

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  • Family groupings among these names have yet to be researched


County Kilkenny

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Dublin City and other oddments

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  • Other data covering 1573 to 1890 for Cork is known, but as the town is not yet identified it is placed in Appendix 8F
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