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The East India Company ironworks and settlements within the Bandon River Valley c.1610 - 1625

Richard Boyle & The East India Company: Bringing him to his knees.

by Joseph Nunan

   
Note: SP 46: State Papers Domestic: Supplementary.Vol. 72: Carnsew papers II: Corresp. of Richard and William Carnsew, 1603-1620. Reign: James I Entry Number: Vol. 72, Page Number: 3 Document Ref.: SP 46/72 f.91 Date: 18 Aug 1611 Copyright: The National Archives of the UK:
Roger Braban to [William Carnsew]. Reports one of his mare's colts killed by a wolf; another mare has trespassed. Proposes roofing for Sir Barnard's [Grenvile] house. William Burrell's [East India Company] progress with the work and enlargement of his holding; proposes grant to him of a fee farm [in Kinalmeaky,West Cork]  from Sir Barnard [Grenvile]. 
Note:SP 46: State Papers Domestic: Supplementary.Vol. 72: Carnsew papers II: Corresp. of Richard and William Carnsew, 1603-1620. Reign: James I Entry Number: Vol. 72, [73] Page Number: 3 Document Ref.: SP 46/72 f.92, Kinsale, Date: 2 Oct 1611. Copyright: The National Archives of the UK:
Roger Braban to [William Carnsew]. Proposes payment of money due to him through Mr. Sentabyn. Materials sent him. Payments from Burrell [East India Company; Kinalmeaky on the Bandon River]. News of his mares.

East India Complex at Dundaniel

Map of East India Company Factory & Settlement at Dundaniel West Cork c. 1620 (Source: Nelson Loane, Downdaniel)

   
   

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From the East India Company to Richard Boyle: New English Settlement in West Cork
   
         
   
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The East India Company Industrial complex of Hope at Downdaniel & Kinalmeaky

   
   

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East India Company in West Cork c.1610 - 1625 (Timber, Charcoal & Water)
   
         
         

The above are taken from: An Archaeology of Plantation Settlement Landscapes in Post-Medieval Munster 1580-1642 - Joe Nunan