Cork - Voters who are Marksmen and registered Heads, 
Freeholders, Freemen and Householders 1837/1838 Surname J-L 

Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives
Cork Index


File contributed by: C. Hunt & M. Taylor


			[Excerpted from] 
		      Parliamentary Papers 
		     REPORTS from Committees 
			Seventeen Volumes  
	      Session: 15 November 1837 - 16 August 1838
"THE SELECT COMMITTEE appointed to inquire how far the 
intentions of the Reform Bill are defeated by creating and 
registering FICTITIOUS and IMPROPER VOTES in IRELAND and who 
were empowered to report the MINUTES OF EVIDENCE taken 
before them, from time to time, to The House.

Have received several further Documents relating to the Cty 
of Cork, in addition to those already reported;  and have 
agreed to report the same to The House. 9 April 1838
Thomas Joyce		Ballyphehane		farmer
Edmond Jackson		Ash-acre		tanner	
Jeremiah Kelleher	Margaret-street		labourer
Timothy Kenneally	Skahabeg-akA-
			Ballincurrig		logwood-cutter
Batholomew Keefe	North Skahabeg		carrier
Cornelius Kelliher	Parkaholahane		labourer
Daniel Kelliher		Conway's-lane		labourer
John Keily		Sluggary		farmer
William Keeffe		South Skahabeg		gardener
Thomas Kelleher		Caheriag		farmer
Edward Kenney		Coleman's-lane		tailor
John Kelliher		Rathmacullig		farmer
Mathew Keefe		Parkaplumpa		labourer
Cornelius Kelly		Gillabbey		labourer
Daniel Keefe		Ballinure		farmer
John Kane		North Poulnacane	mason
James Kenney		Spring-lane		labourer
William Keeffe		Ballinure		farmer
Timothy Kidney		Parkaplumpa		gardener
Patrick Kidney		Parkaplumpa		labourer
Michael Kenny		Great-Britain-street	labourer
Timothy Kenny		Evergreen		tailor
John Keeffe		Doughcloyne		farmer
Daniel Kid[ney]		Carrigrohane		farmer
Wiliam Keeffe		Banduff			farmer
Edmond Keeffee		Banduff			farmer
William Kelly		Ballinough		farmer
Michael Keating		Weaver's-alley		labourer	
William Long		Upper Glasheen		weaver
Timothy Lane		Conway's-lane		labourer
Thomas Lane		Carrigrohane		labourer
Patrick Lee		Ballinahina		farmer
Daniel Lee		Monsfieldstown		farmer
Daniel Leary		Parkahoulahane		labourer & farmer
Ferdinand Leary		Upper Glasheen		weaver
William Linehan		Ballinroasthig		farmer
Patrick Lucey		New-lane-aka 
			Roache's meadow		tanner
Patrick Long		Dublin-hill		mason
Denis Lynch		Ballincurreen		farmer
Cornelius Lynch		Belvidere		farmer
James Lyons		County Gaol-road	gardener
Timothy Lynch		Ballycannon		farmer
Jeremiah Lynch		Whitechurch		farmer
Denis Lynch		Blackrock		servant
David Lynch		Dundanion		labourer
Timothy Lucas		Fair-lane		shoemaker
William Linehan		Ballincrosig		farmer
John Linehan		Ballinvouskig		farmer
Edward Lane		Dundanion		blacksmith
John Lane		Weighthouse-lane	labourer
Jeremiah Lane		Curraheen		farmer
Denis Leary		Boyce's-street		yeoman
Michael Leahy		Scarthavalleen		farmer
Jeremiah Lee		Quarry-lane in
			Brockleby's street	labourer
Daniel Leahy		Coole			farmer
Daniel Linehan		Cove-street		dyer
William Lynch		Ballinlough		farmer
Thomas Lynch		Patrick's-hill		gentleman
Cornelius Lane		Dublin-street		publican
John Linehan		Clothier's-lane		publican
John Looney		Ballinora		farmer
Daniel Leahy		Pope's-quay		gingle-driver
Cornelius Lynch		Fuller's-lane		labourer
John Lyne		Blarney-lane		boatman
James  Ludgate		York-row		weaver
John Linehan		Anne-street		vintner
Daniel Linehan		Thomas-street		shopkeeper

Transcriber's note: Next set will begin with Surname's Letter M

SOURCE:  Seventh Volume Part 1 [Excerpted from] Parliamentary Papers REPORTS from Committees 
	[Online Google Books-p 356-to 357/Letters J-K-L]