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Match 1 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1820/250

TITLE:

Reverend Henry Bunbury, curate of Drummaul, County Antrim: for measure of financial aid

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from Reverend Henry Bunbury, Church of Ireland curate of Drummaul, County Antrim, to Chief Secretary’s Office, Dublin Castle, complaining of reduced circumstances and debt; encloses memorial requesting relief and claiming that ‘the entire of his Landed property in the hands of a Receiver under the Court and owing to frauds having been committed against his property he has been obliged to seek redress by engaging in a very weighty Chancery suit’; includes certificate from Captain Thomas Martin, indicating that Bunbury, is representative and heir of Colonel Philip Walsh of 12th Regiment of Dragoons, ‘a most excellent officer’.

EXTENT:

3 items; 6pp

DATE(S):

10 Aug 1821

DATE EARLY:

1821

DATE LATE:

1821

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1820/B191

Match 2 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1825/599

TITLE:

Letter from William Kemmis, Dublin, crown solicitor, concerning defence of church property at Templemore, County Londonderry, against the London Society

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from William Kemmis, Kildare Street, Dublin, crown solicitor, to William H Gregory, Under Secretary of Ireland, Dublin Castle, requesting that application be made to the Church of Ireland bishop of Derry [William Knox] to forward the diocesan visitation and vestry books of that place, in order that a search may be made of the contents and abstracts taken. Such a course of action is essential, he asserts, to obtain information for a legal defence of the bishop and the dean of Derry, Reverend Thomas Bunbury Gough, who are being proceeded against by the London Society over the church living of Templemore, County Londonderry, 18 April 1825. Also letter from Gough to Gregory, acknowledges request for despatch of diocesan records to the crown solicitor. States until the bishop returns to Londonderry, he will not be in a position to comply. Asks that a copy of the Kemmis’ letter be sent on, since a copy referred to as enclosed was by oversight not sent, 22 April 1825. Also second letter from Gough to Gregory, emphasising his resolve to offer every assistance to the crown solicitor in his defence of crown patronage ‘against the attacks of the Irish Society’, 29 April 1825.

EXTENT:

3 items; 7pp

DATE(S):

18 Apr 1825-29 Apr 1825

DATE EARLY:

1825

DATE LATE:

1825

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

1825/11584

Match 3 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1825/638

TITLE:

Petition of the inhabitants on the estate of Catherine Bunberry, parish of Dromore, County Tyrone, seeking a grant of £50 towards the construction of a new schoolhouse

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Petition of part of the inhabitants on the estate of Catherine Bunberry [Katherine Bunbury], parish of Dromore, County Tyrone, to Richard Wellesley, 1st marquis Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant, Dublin Castle, seeking a grant of £50 towards the construction of a new schoolhouse on the townland of Aughlish, County Tyrone. Adds that a site will be provided for the school out of the Bunbury estate and local inhabitants have gathered together £20 in subscriptions for use in fittings and teaching aids. Signed by Reverend WB Moorhead, Church of Ireland curate of the parish of Dromore, and 17 others.

EXTENT:

1 item; 4pp

DATE(S):

19 Jun 1825

DATE EARLY:

1825

DATE LATE:

1825

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

1825/11625

Match 4 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1830/1130

TITLE:

Memorial by Sergt Patrick Burns, pensioner, Limerick, [County Limerick], applying for a post in the police force, and letter by Maj William Miller [Inspector General], Fermoy, supporting his appointment

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Memorial by Sergt Patrick Burns, pensioner, Limerick, [County Limerick], to Hugh Percy, 3rd Duke Northumberland, [Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Dublin], applying for a post in the police force, and endorsed by Lieut Col T Bunbury, 1st Battalion 60th Rifle Corps. Also includes letter from Maj William Miller [Inspector General], Fermoy, [County Cork], to William Gregory, [Under Secretary, Dublin Castle], who has had a recommendation for Burns from Bunbury, enclosing a certificate by him, as also by Maj Gen E Blakeney. Further, includes draft reply by [], Dublin Castle, approving of his appointment, and stating that the recruitment of such persons is desirable and ought to be promoted since they will not receive a civil pension on retiring from the police.

EXTENT:

4 items; 9pp

DATE(S):

29 Oct 1829

DATE EARLY:

1830

DATE LATE:

1830

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

1830/2087