The first mention of Radley/Leader connection was about 1600.

GEORGE CHINNERY, who came to Ireland from England, married ALICE, widow of JOHN LEADER. Their daughter
MARVELLA CHINNERY married THOMAS RADLEY of KNOCKRAUR. The name Marvella was favored by the Radleys and
handed down through generations.

HENRY LEADER married MARGARET RADLEY, 1689. She was daughter of THOMAS RADLEY and MARVELLA CHINNERY.
Their son RICHARD LEADER of OLDCASTLE married MARY RADLEY, daughter of RICHARD RADLEY, KNOCKRAUR.

JOHN LEADER of KEALE married 1690 JANE RADLEY, daughter of THOMAS RADLEY. Their son JOHN married 1734 lst,
cousin Marvella, daughter of HENRY LEADER of MT.LEADER. 2ndly in 1750 he married JANE, daughter of THOMAS
RADLEY and MARGARET PURDON, daughter of John Purdon of Dysert, CORK

In 1816 THOMAS RADLEY of "ROCKVILLE" married ALICIA LINDSEY, daughter of Henry Lindsey of Mishel/Peake. They
had 4 children, Margaret, Alicia, RICHARD HENRY, and Catherine.

JOHN LEADER of Keale MD. Married (second cousin) Margaret Radley in 1836. Nothing is known about 2 girls.

RICHARD HENRY RADLEY married Elizabeth Jane ARMSTRONG in 1853 and settled in Ballan, Victoria, Australia. As
money from his bankrupt estates dwindled, life became very hard for the family. In 1870 RICHARD HENRY died, along
with 3 of their children in an epidemic of diphtheria. Elizabeth was about to give birth to 11th child. Elizabeth and 4
remaining children left Ballan for parts unknown. 30 years later her son JULIUS FRANCES appeared in Brisbane QLD.
And married Maryanne O"REILLY (1900) the beginning of the present family.

Most of Radleys and Leaders were Church of Ireland, but there were some catholics. One such, was JOHN HALL LEADER,
born Millstreet, 1828 and emigrated to U.S.A. and lived in Galena, Illinois. until late1890s...

Some of the large elegant houses in the Parish of Aghabullogue were

AHAVRIN HOUSE of Captain T.E.CROOKE

KILBEREHERT of R.B.CROOKE Esq………. and “ ROCKVILLE” OF THOMAS RADLEY Esq.

PHILIP HAWES CROSS of SHANDY HALL

See Connors Family History for more information.
LINDSEY

HENRY LINDSEY of PEAKE and MONALLIG married ALICE CROOKE daughter of WILLIAM CROOKE of DEREEN, and
sister of Anne Crooke RONAYNE. They had quite a few children, one of whom was my Great great grandmother ALICIA
CROOKE LINDSEY RADLEY, born 1796 approx.

Henry Lindsey's father was THOMAS LINDSEY of MACROOM later of MONALLIG born 1726 married MARY BROWNE OF
COOLCOWER CORK and had 5 other children besides Henry.

Henry Lindsey married 2ndly Elizabeth Davies but there was no issue. The name LINDSEY is also a " RIDING FAMILY
"or REIVER name, and it is likely they came from FERMANAGH, where most of the Scots Planters settled.


NOTES ON RADLEYS PEDIGREE………….
McCarthy O'Leary of Coomlagane

DERMOT McCARTHY of CARHUE and DOONEEN, Son of DONOGH McCARTHY of DRISHANE, a descendent of the noble
family of Muskerry, married Eleanor O'Callaghan in 1635.. They were parents of DONOGH McDERMOD McCARTHY
Dooneen, who married JANE RADLEY of KNOCKRAUR. Source Burkes L.G.

RADLEY MARRIAGES………Source Cloyne Mar.Lic.Bond

1699 Elizabeth RADLEY to Richard BONSWORTH (Newcastle area)
1728 Joane RADLEY toThomas LEWIS
1748 Thomas RADLEY to Sarah FRANKLYN
1749 JANE RADLEY to JOHN LEADER
1755 Catherine RADLEY to Thomas BARRY
1756 Elizabeth RADLEY to Richard TWISS
1770 Ellen RADLEY to…?…HAWES CROSS
1770 Joana RADLEY to Roger BARRETT
1770 Francis RADLEY to Mary RADLEY
1771 Joana RADLEY to John TRAVERS
1773 Frances RADLEY to Nicholas WHITE
1774 RICHARD RADLEY to MARGARET BARRY
1782 THOMAS RADLEY to Catherine RING

CORK AND ROSS MARRIAGE BONDS.

1696 Francis RADLEY to Catherine HALL
1738 Richard RADLEY to Mary Magner? or Manger?
1749 John RADLEY to Angel BEAMISH

IRISH MARRIAGE ALLEGATIONS

1803 Richard RADLEY to Mary BARRY
1809 Catherine RADLEY to Robert JONES
1814 Margaret RADLEY to James COLLEGIAN
1829 Margaret RADLEY to William Thomas DAUNT
1841 Bartholemew RADLEY to Ann TANNER

MAGOURNEY PARIS REGISTERS.

1815 Sept 9, THOMAS RADLEY, CAPTAIN COUNTY CORK MILITIA, ALICIA daughter of HENRY LINDSAY of MYSHELL,
Esquire

DEATHS

Alicia Lindsey Radley, wife of Thomas Radley Esq of "ROCKVILLE" and sister of Mary Lindsey Woodley, died 27th
January 1839 at age 49 years.

Captain Radley of "ROCKVILLE" Aghabullogue, died 3rd March 1847.
A Radley Descendant
Blarney Castle
DESCENDENTS OF THOMAS LINDSEY OF MACROOM who married MARY BROWNE of COOLCOWER CO.CORK in 1746
issue.

RICHARD of MACROOM born 1757 died 1787 and married Emily JAGOE.


JOSEPH OF RUSSELL HILL married MARY WISEMAN 1767.

THOMAS…..ROGER….ANN

HENRY of MONALLIG later of PEAKE 1790 married ALICE, daughter of WILLIAM CROOKE of DEREEN Co.Cork (Henry
and Alice were my 3 x great grandparents) issue……..*******

THOMAS of PEAKE married 1814 Martha, daughter of JOHN PYNE.

ELIZABETH married 1803 Richard son of Rev.Ash of ASHGROVE.

ALICE married 1815 THOMAS RADLEY of ROCKVILLE (my 2x great grandparents) ******

MARY married 1805 ANTHONY WOODLEY of MYSHELL.

REBECCA married William WATERS 1810.

WILLIAM CROOKE LINDSEY married MARTHA PHILPOT 1820.

HENRY JOHN married ALICIA daughter of JOHN DREW 1812.

HENRY LINDSEY ESQ of PEAKE died 17/11/1815 at Hanover Street.

Road to County Cork Ireland
Births, Marriages & Death Document
Property Sale document

Notes on family of Ronayne or Ronan of Cork and Waterford. Frederick F Knight as they appeared in the Journal of
Cork Historical and Architectural Society Guy and Co. Ltd Cork 1919

CHARLES STANFORD RONAYNE born 8th February 1863, Married at Ballyclough Parish, MARY, 2nd daughter of
WILLIAM SULLIVAN of Kilnagross, County Cork, granddaughter (Castletown Kinneigh) and of his wife Charlotte LEADER,
of KEALE, SISTER OF JOHN OF THE PRESENT REPRESENTATIVE CAPT.JOHN LEADER, who married in 1909 Lt.Col.the
Hon.John Pleydell Bouverie 17th Lancers (95)

History of Coppinger Family, Landed Gentry, under Conner and Leader, Dictionery 1846, under Coppinger, Dictionary of
National Biography, under Conner etc.

Captain Henry Thorne took the additional surname of Coppinger, pursuant to the will of his uncle John Rye
Coppinger,of Forest who married the daughter of Henry Leader, Mt Leader and died without issue.(History of Coppinger
family)

Will dated 1766 May 19 proved Oct.28.

Wife Jane Radley Leader
The first payment of 5 pounds is not to fall due until NICHOLAS CHINNERY esq is paid 200 pounds I owe him by two
bonds.
Sons John and Leonard
Daughters Jane and Margaret
The right to the annuity to be paid me and my wife as by a deed perfected by JOHN RADLEY, myself and my wife,
RICHARD TWISS and ELIZABETH TWISS and MARY RADLEYon account of so much I paid the said Richard as a fortune
with his wife. THOMAS BARRY and CATHERINE his wife…during my guardianship of her.

HENRY LEADER of TULLIG. eldest son of RICHARD TWISS of DROMOULTON, County Kerr
Matthew Dean
TOWGOOD FRENCH, son of SAVAGE FRENCH , my godson of City of Cork
TOWGOOD FRENCH, esq Councillor at Law… Cork
Overseers, Sir Conway Colthurst , Knight
TOWGOOD FRENCH
EXORS REV.HORATIO TOWNSEND ESQ clerk
REV JAMES KINGSTON ESQ clerk MY SAID WIFE JANE LEADER Witnesses EDWARD SYNE TOWNSEND



FURTHER NOTES ON LINDSEYS……..

The following are notes taken from Nick Reddans Newspaper extracts and would appear to link up with Thomas Lindsey
of Monallig who married MARY BROWNE of COOLCOWER, Cork in 1746.


In 1847 John Garde BROWNE of Herbert place, in this city, barrister at law. Second son of the late JOHN BROWNE Esq of
COOLCOWER HOUSE , Cork married Mary Frances. Eldest daughter of Maj.Croker of Lisfinny Castle Cork.

Nov.11th 1857 at Lisfinney Castle, wife of J.GARDE BROWNE Esq. of Herbert place, a son.

NOTES ON LINDSEY FAMILY.
Source Albert Casey's bibliography transcribed by Joan Platt a descendent of LINDSEYS of PEAKE.

1814 Marriage on 9/9/1814 THOMAS RADLEY ESQ, Captain in city of Cork Militia to ALICIA LINDSEY, 3rd daughter of
HENRY LINDSEY of Mishel.Co.Cork

1814 Marriage (Cork Mercantile Chronicle) On 5/11 at Murrough Church, THOMAS LINDSEY ESQ of PEAKE to MARTHA
PYNE 3rd daughter of John PYNE esq of Gorthierhue(?) Cottage, Cork

1819 Marriage (Southern Reporter)
On January 16 at Newmarket, County Cork. W Crooke Lindsey esq late officer HMS y.so late HENRY LINDSEY esq of
Peake to Martha Philpot y.d.o Lysaght Philpot Esq. of Means(?) Cork

1820 Marriage 27th March at Newmarket. Co.Cork. William H. Waters Esq 59th Regiment to Rebecca Lindsey ydo late
Henry Lindsey of Myshell Co.Cork 1838 MARRIAGE 20TH sept. RICHARD OLIVER ELLARD esq. of NEWTON ELLARD
CASTLE co LON. To Rebecca Charlotte Lindsey

1839 Marriage (Cork Advertiser) on 1 Jan. at Cennawase(?) church The Rev.John P. Lawless Pyne, Rector and Vicar of
INCH to Alicia Matilda Lindsey 2 d.o late Thomas LINDSEY Esq of PEAKE

1846 Marriage on 4th May at Chapel at East Aghabullogue by Rev.John P.L.Pyne, WARREN CROOKE ESQ MD of Glebe
Cottage, Macroom, e/s/o WILLIAM CROOKE ESQ of Dereen to Elizabeth Pyne Lindsey 3 do late Thomas Lindsey Esq of
Peake.

1849 Death Cork Advertiser On 25th March at Peake, Martha Lindsey, relict of late Thomas LINDSEY.

1861 Death Cork Advertiser On 2oth Oct. at Summerhill, in Cork, Henry John LINDSEY ESQ late 94 regiment.


AGHABULLOGUE PARISH REGISTERS, CLOYNE 1806-43
CHURCH OF IRELAND


Baptisms

1815 April 18 HENRY LINDSEY s.o THOMAS LINDSEY and MARTHA LINDSEY Born April 9

1818 Dec 28 REBECCA MARTHA LINDSEY d.o THOMAS and MARTHA LINDSEY

1819 Dec 2 ELIZABETH LINDSEY d.o THOMAS AND MARTHA LINDSEY.

1821 Mar 2 10 CATHERINE AND FRANCES LINDSEY

1823 Jan 20 Martha Lindsey

1825 Nov 16 Mary BROWNE LINDSEY


BURIALS


1812 July 25 ELIZABETH 2nd wife of HENRY LINDSEY ESQ.buried at MOVIDDY

1818 Henry Lindsey Jr infant buried Movidd

COACHFORD PROTESTANT CEMETERY …
In loving memory of JOHN LINDSEY born 1844 died 1918.


NOTES ON RADLEYS AND LINDSEYS. From O'Kief and LDS supplied and transcribed by
JOAN PLATT, Descendent of HENRY LINDSEY.

1858 in Chancery source O'Kief

ALICIA LINDSEY RADLEY v RICHARD HENRY RADLEY respondent. Order for public auction on 28th July a perpetual
annuity of 60 pounds late Irish currency equivalent to 55 pounds seven shillings and ninepence charged upon lands of
Upper and Lower Knockraur devised in deed of 7/7/1803 said lands being 459 acres and producing profit rental of 220
pounds sixteen shillings and 6 pence were sold by encumbered estates commissioners with said rent on 12 August, 1858.

CORK ADVERTISER SAT,edition 1816 Nov 23. On Tuesday last at his lodgings in Hanover Street, Henry Lindsey of Peake
in this co.

CORK ADVERTISER Sat edition 1818 Nov.14 On Wed. at Ardnaneen at advanced age of 95, Mary, relict of Thomas
Lindsey of Monallig in this Co. Esq

CORK EVENING POST Mon,Edition 1788 June 9 Last Thursday by Rev.Simon Davies of Woodville, PATRICK RONAYNE Jr
of BALLYNACRUSHA, esq to Miss ANNE CROOKE ydo of WILLIAM CROOKE, late of Dereen Esq (married at Magourney 5/6

CORK EVENING POST Edition 1805 Jan7. At Old Town on Sunday 15th instant Mrs Elizabeth Crooke aged 84, relict of late
William Crooke, Esq of Dereen.

1786 Marriage (O'Kief) On 24th January at St Nicholas, Mr Webb GILLMAN, butter merchant, married Miss Catherine
CROOKE .

High Court Justice in Ireland Chancery Division Land Judges

COUNTY CORK

SALE on FRIDAY the 27th day of APRIL, 1894

In the matter of the Estate of JOHN LEADER…..HENRY EXHAM and CHARLES KEANNS TANNER



RENTAL AND PARTICULARS

1 The lands of Gournalougha and Shanavohur, containing 817 acres O roods and 7 perches, statute measure, in the
Barony of Dunhallow and County of Cork, held under Fee Farm Grant dated 20th October 1857.



2 The lands of KEALE north, containing 258 acres 2 roods and 31 perches. The lands of Keale South maintaining 20 acres
2 roods and 27 perches. Part of the lands of Gurtageen containing 2 roods 2 and ¾ perches and part of the lands of
Kilmanagh containing 264 perches 3 roods and 27 perches, like measure in the Barony of Dunhallow and County of Cork
held under Fee Farm Grant dated 28th day of October 1858.



TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION IN TWO LOTS Before the Right Hon Mr Justice Monroe, at his court, Land Judge Court,
Inn’s Quay, Dublin. On FRIDAY, 27th day of April, 1894

LEADER/RADLEY/RONAYNE NOTES.

Marriage Licence Bonds, Diocese of Cloyne

Radley Elizabeth and Edmond Berry 1809
Margaret RADLEY and John Leader 1836

BIRTHS,MARRIAGES and DEATHS reported in Kerry Evening Post

14th May, 1836 Marriage JOHN LEADER esq MD to Margaret Radley oldest daughter of THOMAS RADLEY Esq of
ROCKVILLE .JOHN.LEADER MD of DUNNMANWAY to MARGARET daughter of THOMAS RADLEY of ROCKVILLE.
BAPTISMS MAGOURNEY AND AGHABULLOGUE RADLEY



1808 to 1877 BAPTISMS MAGOURNEY AND AGHABULLOGUE



1816 JUNE 16 alicia Radley d/o Thomas and Alicia Radley

1817 ? Margaret Radley d/o Thos and Alicia Radley born 30th June

1819 Sept 12 Richard Radley s.o Thomas & Alicia

1825 June 2 Catherine Radley d/o Thomas & Alicia



BURIALS

1815 Jan 7 Richard Radley

1817 July ? Mrs Mary Radley

1817 Aug 28 William Crooke esq buried at Moviddy

1822 Apr 15 Mrs Radley

1836 Nov. Catherine Ann Radley died Nov.18

1838 May 23 Mrs Richard Radley

1839 Mrs Thomas Radley died Jan 27

1847 Feb 28 Capt Thomas Radley aged 68 years

1855 June 21 Richard Francis Radley Esq Knockraur aged 77

1861 Miss Crooke

1861 Jan.12 Mrs Mary Radley

1874 Mar 10 Hawes Cross aged 75

EXTRACTS from WILL of my 3X great grandfather RICHARD RADLEY of KNOCKRAUR CORK

Signed 13/6/1781 pr 29th Aug.1782.


Eldest son Richard

2nd son THOMAS +++++++


Speaks of will of his late brother Thomas.

Daughter Mary wife of Richard Leader

Sister Joan Lewis widow

Sister Jane Short widow

Daughter Joan wife of John Travers

Daughter Ellen wife of Edmond Aga

Daughter Frances wife of Nicholas White

Brother in law Thomas Cooper

Brother in law James Barry

Wife Margaret BARRY exec with John Brown of Carrigadrohig Co Cork and Son in law John Travers Guardian wife
Margaret. Wife John Colthurst B Webb Kyrie Allen

+++++++ 2nd great grandfather

LEADER WILL ABSTRACTS FROM CASEY BIBLIOGRAPHY



Prerogative will extract of Edward LEADER of Mt LEADER, co. CORK 1790. Proved 7/5/1768.

My wife and children

Execs Edward Herbert (the younger) of Dublin Councillor at law.

Henry Leader of Tulig Richard Leader Lieut.of Macroom.Witness Thad Cronin W.Thornhill Henry Justice.


Prerog will of Henry LEADER of Tulig 18th Oct 1760 Pr 10 April 1771

Sons John,William. Henry and Nicholas

Trustees Nicholas Chinnery of Gurtigne, Rev.James Hingston of Kilpadder.

Daughters Elizabeth wife of Joseph Barry

Christabella, Catherine, Marvella

Wife Christabella

EXECS.wife, NICHOLAS chinnery, James Hingston.

Wit James Connor John Bryde Timothy Mahony



Prerog. Will of John LEADER of KEALE co.CORK 19 May 1766 Pr.28th Oct.1766

Wife Jane Leader (Radley)

I owe Nicholas Chinnery 200 pounds

Sons John and Leonard

Dau. Jane and Margaret

Execs Reverend HORATIO TOWNSEND Rev.James Hingston. Wife



Witness Edward Synge TOWNSEND, Richard White Toby White



Will of John Leader of Mt Leader 30 Sep 1731 Pr 8/1/1751
Sons Edward, Thomas and Richard
Wife Margaret
Sister Margaret Keeffe
Bros.John Purcell of Gurteenande Henry Leader Jr of Tullig Edward Herbert Jr of Kilcow



Will of Henry LEADER of Tullig 4/8/1735 Pr 20 Oct 1738
Exec. Son HenryDaughter Eleanor Keef Grandson Daniel Keif
Son in law John Purcell of Clanturk
Dau. Marvella Leader
Dau. Mary Purcell
Dau. Margaret Kief
Speaks of a bond of 50 pounds of Hugh Dixon esq my dtr Margaret Leader as marriage portion with my brothers son.

RADLEY/LEADER GENEALOGY.

In the middle of 17th century, HENRY LEADER purchased considerable estates in Cork. He married MARGARET RADLEY,
daughter of THOMAS RADLEY and MARVELLA CHINNERY.

Henry Leader’s son JOHN LEADER (THOMAS RADLEY’s grandson) married MARGARET HERBERT, (Herberts of Muckross).
1718.

Lineage from Burkes Landed Gentry. LEADERS OF DROMAGH CASTLE………..

LEADERS OF KEALE

HERBERTs of MUCKROSS.
The above Births, Marriages & Death Document reads as follows



Marriage Licence Bonds, Diocese of Cloyne

Elizabeth Radley and Edmond Barry 1809
Margaret RADLEY and John Leader 1836

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES and DEATHS reported in Kerry Evening Post.

14th May, 1836 Marriage, JOHN LEADER esq MD to Margaret Radley oldest daughter of THOMAS RADLEY Esq of
ROCKVILLE.

JOHN LEADER MD of DUNNMANWAY to MARGARET daughter of THOMAS RADLEY of ROCKVILLE. This one was reported in
LIMERICK CHRONICLE 1836.
RADLEY/LEADER/HALL CONNECTION…..

CLOYNE ADMINISTRATIVE BOND of FRANCIS RADLEY 6/2/1758

JOHN LEADER of KEALE, RICHARD EDWARD HALL, of Roseborough, Cork and James Boate of Cloyne to administer goods
of FRANCIS RADLEY of KNOCKRAUR, deceased….. granted to JOHN LEADER, grandson in law of deceased. FRANCIS
RADLEY married CATHERINE HALL 1696

LEADERS, HALLs and RADLEYs were related.


Further notes on Radley ………..JOHN PURDON married MARY HALL 1700

Their daughter was MARGARET PURDON. Born 1700. She married THOMAS RADLEY, of Knockraur, 1726, at Millstreet.
Their daughter was JANE RADLEY born born 1726. She married JOHN LEADER of KEALE 1749..




RADLEY property - Aerial Views
"ROCKVILLE " AGHABULLOGUE COACHFORD, CORK
KEALE HOUSE, MILL STREET, CORK - LEADER PROPERTY
SOURCE LEWIS TOPOGRAPHICAL DICTIONERY.


Extract from AGHABULLOGUE …… The Glen of Mullinassig abounds with beautiful and romantic scenery. Both its sides
are richly adorned with woods. And at its head deeply seated amid towering rocks, is a little mill, below which the river
forms a fine cascade, and a littlelower , falls into a beautiful lake.

Numerous large and elegant housers are scattered over the parish. The principle are

CLONMOYLE ….C.COLTHURST ESQ

AGHAVARIN HOUSE …Captain T.E.CROOKE

LEEDS of F.WOODLEY ESQ

COOPERS VILLE of W.WARSOP COOPER.

DEELIS of R.FULLER HARNET

MT RIVERS of N.WHITING

KILBEREHERT of R.B.CROOKE

THE COTTAGE OF J.PYNE ESQ

ROCKVILLE OF THOMAS RADLEY ESQ. ************* 2xgt g

AHAVRIN COTTAGE of REV.I.SMITH

CARRIGADROHID of REV.P.GREEN

JOHN LEADER Born MT. LEADER, CORK 1751

CHINNERY/LEADER/RADLEY INFORMATION donated by MILTON FROGGATT, a direct descendent of NICHOLAS LEADER of
TULLIG, CORK



DESCENDENTS OF WILLIAM CHINNERY

1.WILLIAM CHINNERY, born WETHERINGSETT, England 1623.+ ALICE SMYLY m 1567, d. abt 5/2/1598 in HAUGHLEY
SUFFOLK. ENG.

2. GEORGE CHINNERY b in KILBERRYHERST, Eng. Died IRE. + ALICE

3. MARVELLA CHINNERY born in CASTLECOR CORK IRE.+ THOMAS RADLEY b. in KNOCKRAUR CORK IRE.

3 JOHN CHINNERY b.CASTLE COR CORK IRE.1696

3. GEORGE CHINNERY


CHINNERY BACKGROUND.

JOHN CHINNERY was the first of his name to appear in records and was a Quartermaster of Cnocklane Castle, Limerick.

George Chinnery, from Essex, England settled in CORK, before 1641, and John CHINNERY of Mallow,obtained a Grant of
CASTLECOR, Cork in 1666. The name, CHINNERY, is a CORK name. GEORGE CHINNERY was a Protestant Bishop of
Cloyne in 1780,. The head of the family was created a Baronet in 1790.

NOTES NEWSPAPER EXTRACTS ETC ON LEADERS OF KEALE, MILLSTREET…..S.R Southern Reporter, Cork Constitution
CC, S.N Saunders Newsletter. CMI Cork Morning Intelligence


1815 Thursday 28 Feb On Thursday last, Master Len Leader, son of Henry Leader

esq. Tullig (Cork Morning Intelligence) aged 13 yrs. (I presume he died) 1818 Thur 4 June On Sunday at St Mary’s Shandon
by Rev. John Qua?? Capt William Leader to Frances, younger dtr of Mr Denis Cahill of Ballyskillane Cork Southern
Reporter

1837 Sat.17 June At brickfields Sat.morn 17th inst Eliza the beloved wife of Nicholas Leader of Springmount. S.R.

1842 Thursday 8 Sept. At Plymouth Simon Creagh esq. of Holles St Sherkin. Solicitor, 2nd son of Simon Pearce Creagh to
Charlotte, 2nd dtr of Thomas Leader esq. of Springmount. Cork and of the Octagon, Devonshire (Cork Constitution) S.R.

1848 Tues.18th Jan. At Gibraltar the wife of Leonard Thomas Leader. 79th Highlanders, of a son and heir.

1811 Tues 2/7 On Sunday 21 ult. At St.Pauls church, Cork Nicholas Leader, Tullig, esq to Miss Eliza Ellis, 3rd dtr Thomas
Ellis of Cork Saunders Newsletter.

1823 Thur.6 Feb on Sunday 2nd instant her lodgings in Georges Quay, Mrs Deborah Leader relict of late John Leader of
this county. S.R

1827 Tues 18th Sept. At Mallow on the 10th instant, in 82nd year of her age, relict of the late Joseph Barry of the same
place MD and sister to William Leader of Mt Leader in this county. CC

1828 Sat 26th April On Thursday at his house in town, at an advanced age, very deservedly regretted, by a large circle of
relatives, friends, etc. Mrs Leader, wife of William Leader of this county. CC

1829 Thur.23rd July on Tue.121 instant at Dromatariff Church by REV.Francis O’Sullivan, Anne 2nd dtr Leonard Leader
esq. of Stake Hill to Rev.Francis Cooper of Drishane CC



1836 ON SATURDAY MORN AT KILMICHAEL CHURCH BY REV RICHARD POTTER(?) JOHN LEADER ESQ M.D. TO MARGARET
ELDEST DTR OF THOMAS RADLEY OF ROCKVILLE CORK CC

1829 Thur 20 Aug. On Tuesday mor, at Magourney Church by Rev.Henry Johnston Henry Leader of Mt Leader to Edna
Anne dtr of Rev .Charles Eustace of Robertstown Kildare CC

1837 Sat April 22 On Monday 17th instant at her fathers house ROCKVILLE, the lady of John Leader MD Cork a son and
heir

1831 Sat 14 May On Thursday morn.Caroline St. in34th year of his age, William Leader of Tullig, regretted. CC

1832 Sat.30th June On 23rd inst at his sister’s residence, Drummond Place Edinburgh the lady of Henry Leader esq. a son
and heir.

CORK MARRIAGE SETTLEMENTS(difficult handwriting to interpret.) by JOAN PLATT Source IGI

1726 4 April Knockraur PURDON

THOMAS RADLEY and FRANCIS RADLEY of KNOCKRAUR Co.Cork sold to JOHN PURDON of Dysert and Richard Hall of
Ballyconigue Co.Cork Gent. In consideration of a marriage between them already solemised between Thomas Radley
and Margaret his wife of 100 pounds at yearly rent and sum of 20 pounds from the towns and lands of Knockraur 576 acres
in Barony of Muskerry. Wit James Berry of Castle Lyons John Sullivan of Subburton, Bartholomew Purdon of Dysert, gent
Sworn July 2 1739

1727 Dec 4 Coolnaptahy(?) BALDWIN POOLE

Henry Baldwin sen. Of Mossgrove Cork esq.agreed to pay Thomas Poole sr. Knockeenmide Co.Cork gent and Thos.Poole
jun.son and heir of Thomas Pool Sr. the sum of 750 pounds as a marriage portion to and with Ann Baldwin, spinster, 2nd
dtr of Henry Baldwin on her intermarriage with Thos.Poole Jr one yearly rent charge of 18 pounds - 300 pounds issuing
out of lands of Kissaridane and Coolnepighy(?) sit in Bar. Of Muskerry Co.Cork Wit Peter Whyte of Knockenite(?) co.Cork
clerke Nath Da…..eer of Ardkittbegg. Gent and Wm.Bass of Bandon Co.Cork Inn Keeper Sworn Feb.9 1727

1737 Feb.8 Garrenecoonig BALDWIN WARREN
JOHN BALDWIN Esq Mayor of City of Cork ,Robert Warren of Kilbarry Co.Cork esq Henry Baldwin Jr of Curravody Cork
esq. Marriage intended between John Baldwin and Elizabeth Warren, dtr Robert Warren. John Baldwin in consideration
of marriage and of 1500 pounds marriage portion, sold to Robert Warren and Henry Baldwin certain lands in south
Kinameeky Cork lands lying in south east marsh of city of Cork commonly called Dunscomb Wit Patrick Elmsley of
Macroom Co Cork clerke, Herbert Gillman of Ph…? Cork gent, and Rev Saml Hales of Ryan? Court Cork clerke, Warren
Crooke of Nadrid Co.Cork gent. Sworn May 6 1736 Reg. Robert Wallis.
Miscellaneous RADLEY/LEADER/ CHINNERY/RING/ information.



RADLEY CATHERINE married 1822 Kanturk Cork

JANE “ 1819 “

REBECCA “ 1824 “

MARY “ 1746 Chris. Killshannig dtr Robert and Elizabeth

THOMAS “ 1782 Married (possibly Catherine Ring)

Killshannig. Matthew Ring married Elizabeth Farmer. Daughter Elizabeth Ring born Feb...24 1753. Eliz Ring was married
to David Ludgate who in turn married Jane Berry. Catherine Ring could be sister of Eliz.Ring(?)



ALICE LINDSAY LEADER confirmed 1862 and married 1869 Keale House Dromatariff.

CHINNERY NICHOLAS burial Drishane 1806

THOMAS REV.CHINNERY 1795 md Drishan

THOMAS CHINNERY burial Drishane 1815

MORE ON RING/LUDGATE/RADLEY CONNECTION. Source I.G.I.

Thomas Radley married Catherine Ring 1782. Son Richard Radley born 1783.

David Radley Born 1780 Killshannig Father Henry Radley… mother Margaret Ludgate, born 1749. Margaret’s father was
possibly Matthew Ludgate.

The following children were born to Henry and Margaret Radley(Ludgate)

ELIZABETH b. 1782

JANE b.1785

ELIZABETH b. 1788

CATHERINE 1790

MARGARET 1793

BARTHOLEMEW RADLEY md. Anne Tanner Son Robert Radley b.1841

MARGARET RADLEY married JAMES RING 1842

MARY LUDGATE Kilshanneg married THOMAS BECHER 1770.

SOURCE KILSHANNIG TITHE APPLOTMENTS 1834

RING .. LUDGATE.. HEGGART.. BERRY .. FARMER allied to RADLEY

“and” indicates unrelated people mostly 2 to 3.others





BOLSTER SCARRA …. JOHN FARMER and…..53 acres

SCARRA …JOHN LUDGATE GEO. FARMER ROBERT FARMER 40 acres DAVID LUDGATE 14 acres

GLOUTANE…. GEORGE RING 1 acre…AMBROSE FARMER 3 acres

SCARRA…. JOHN RING 1 acre JOHN LUDGATE 3 roods MIKE FARMER and….

12 acres

LOWER DROMHORE …. EDMOND BERRY and….27 acres

ROBERT BERRY and…. 56 acres

KNOCKSWEENEY…. Wm.BERRY 33 acres JOHN RING 2 acres

NEWBERRY…. RICHARD FARMER 2 acres

KNOCKNAMONEE …. ROBERT HEGGART 10 acres

DROMINEEN…. EDWARD BERRY 23 acres JOHN RING and….16 acres

GURTAVOKER …. Edward RING and…66 acres

DROMONE … JOHN FARMER 2 acres

WELL LAND …. Edmond Ring Thom.Ring David Ring 68 acres.

These people all related to THOMAS RADLEY and CATHERINE RING who md.1782
DESCENDENTS OF FRANCIS RADLEY… md Catherine Hall 1696



GENERATION 1. Children of Francis Radley and Catherine Hall are

i. Jane Radley b Knockraur Cork md…Short

ii Joan Radley b Knockraur Cork md Thomas Lewis

iii John Radley b. Knockraur Cork

iv Richard Radley d 1782

v Thomas Radley b. Knockraur Cork



GENERATION 2,

Richard Radley (son of Francis) died 1782….Children of Richard Radley are….

i. Ellen Radley m. Edward Agar

ii Frances Radley m Nicholas White

iii Joan Radley m Lewis of Oldcastle.

iv Mary Radley m Richard Leader

v …Richard Radley b.1744 d 1815



Thomas Radley (son of Francis) was born Knockraur.Cork He md 1. Margaret Purdon 2 Sarah Franklyn.



Children of Thomas Radley and Margaret Purdon are

i. Catherine Radley m. Thomas Barry

ii Elizabeth Radley m Richard Twiss

iii Jane Radley m. John Leader

iv Mary Radley



GENERATION 3…..RICHARD RADLEY (son of Richard, Grandson of Frances) was born 1774(??) 1744 more like it m.
Margaret Barry



Children of Richard Radley and Margaret Barry are

i. Thomas Radley b abt 1774 Rockville Cork d 1847

ii Richard Francis Radley b abt 1778 d 1855



GENERATION 4. THOMAS RADLEY (son of Richard, gson Richard and gggson Francis) was born about 1774 Rockville Cork
died 1847. He married Alicia Lindsay.



Children of Thomas Radley and Alicia Lindsay are

i. Alicia Lindsey Radley b 1816 Rockville

ii. Margaret Radley b 1817 Rockville Cork died 1908.married John Leader of Keale

iii Richard Henry Radley b 1819 Rockville Cork md Elizabeth Jane Armstrong,, Children of Richard Henry are. LIZETTE
JANE, RICHARD HENRY,& MARGUERITE ROSE, eight others decd.Richard Henry’s only surviving son was JULIUS FRANCIS
RADLEY

iv Catherine Radley b 1826 Rockville Cork



Richard Francis Radley ( son of Richard, gson Richard, gt gson Francis) was born 1778 and died 1855. He married Mary
Barry.



Children of Richard and Mary Barry are

i. Mary Radley

ii Mary Barry Radley d.1811

iii. Margaret Radley b.1810

iv. Richard Barry Radley b 1812 Knockraur Cork died 1849



Generation 5 Mary RadleyRichard/Richard/Richard/Frances married Thad Kellerher.



Children of Mary Barry and Thade Kellerher are

i. Mary Kellerher m. Rourke

ii. Michael Kellerher

iii. son

iv. son

v. Tim Kellerher



GENERATION 6 MICHAEL KELLERHER(MARY/RICHARD/RICHARD/FRANCIS)

Children of Michael are

i. Patrick born Knockraur

ii Daughter

iii Timothy Kellerher b. Knockraur.

Please note that dates are not always correct.
INFORMATION REGARDING AN IRISH WILL 1840 KILLBERRYHEATH, GLOUNALOUGH. This message dates back to 1998 and
we would love to contact author, who is no longer a valid email addressee.


SURNAMES: COOPER, BARRY and STANLEY

July 28, 1840 In the name of God.Amen. 1. ANNE COOPER of GLOUNAGLOUGH (sp) in the County of Cork, make this my
last will and testament. Item first – describes burial) Item 2 I give and bequeath to my brother, James Cooper, five pounds
every year Irish Currency during his natural life and no longer in a full and ample manner as I have been left the same by
my father, THOMAS COOPER, the said annuity to be paid half yearly out of the lands of Keel (KEALE?) being part of
Killberryheath and after his disease (decease?) to revert and go to ANNE COOPER the daughter of ANTHONY COOPER, my
niece, and JAMES COOPER, the son of FRANCIS COOPER, my nephew, and to their assigns forever in manner following
that is to say two pounds yearly to my niece aforesaid, and three pounds yearly to my nephew aforesaid and to their heirs
and assigns forever and in case the said JAMES COOPER, my nephew, shall not attain the age of 21 years, then to go to
JOHN COOPER his brother my nephew also, and to his heirs and in case either of them should not attain the age of 21
then to FRANCIS COOPER my nephew and assigns forever. I also appoint BARRY COOPER and FRANCIS COOPER my
brothers Executors to this my last will and testament……ANNE COOPER Present James Looney Peter Good and Henry
Good.



A letter accompanied this will.

In 1923 BARRY COOPER (not the one in this will) wrote a letter to FRANCIS COOPER (also not the one in the will) His
nephew and son of his brother JOHN S. COOPER, which he states


“I sent you a copy of a will that your father (WE BELIEVE THIS IS JOHN COOPER, ANNE’S NEPHEW) was heir to a legacy.
You know your father was a IRISH landlord and had 25 to 30 tenants but in 1844 the great Irish famine came and they
would not pay any rent. It was nothing but fighting. He had to mortgage the estate to make a living for his big family of 9
children. Kept on for several years so finally they sold him out and we all scattered. Our Grandfather owned a whole
township and out of these lands our Aunt Anne owned an interest and left part to your father. I was born 9 mths then
when that will was made. I had this will allowed in 1862 when I was in Europe. I stayed with my uncle THOMAS STANLEY
of BANDON, Ireland The estates were about 20 miles from theirs but I had no way to collect the legacy. It would amount
to considerable now but those things are all held up in New Ireland. The lands were given to our family by the English
government when they conquered Ireland. Our forefathers were officers in the invading army”



HISTORY of DEEDS..”From Thomas Williams to JAMES BARRY 28 Feb1738 a free farm grant given him by James I was
king and after him Q.Elizabeth. Lands called Withirrahberg and Witherramore who deeded the lands to EPENITUS
FITZGIBBONS and JOHN BARRY and ***** RICHARD HENRY

RADLEY****** . This BARRY was my father’s grand uncle and gave him his estate. FITZGIBBONS sold his place in 1848. My
father was sold out for money he borrowed on place from Lawyer AHERN, 45,000 pounds. He died in 1844. The widow
sold your grandfather out in 1847. All the older children got their Uncle Clarke who owned an interest in 2 lumber sailing
schooners. One ship called the Mary Anne. I came in his schooner called “TRY AGAIN” with others of his family to
America. Your father was between 15 and 16 yrs old and went to New York where he learned his trade as blacksmith. I
was abt five yrs old when father was sold out. All the balance of the children went to Quebec where Uncle’s influence got
them places. I went back to my Uncle Tom Stanley in Bandon where I learned my trade. This is how I got all my
information abt family. I have an old document dated 1166. The Barry families history until he became Lord Barrymore.
My mother’s sister md JOHN BARRY a lineal descendent of this family.



COOPERS/BARRY/RADLEY/FITZGIBBONS are all related and if the author of the above is still around please contact us.
Web Owner. We would be delighted to hear from you.

NOTES ON CHINNERY. Source Michael Leader F.I.G.R.S.



The father of MARVELLA CHINNERY, GEORGE, is said to have married the widow of the father of the two LEADER brothers
who married the two RADLEY sisters. According to Leader tradition, the mother of the two men came out to Ireland from
England after they had settled down in County Cork. This is possible- from the dates- but I feel IMPROBABLE. In any case,
an abstract from an Irish Chancery Court Lawsuit, sent to me by Mr Weiply, puts all the accepted Irish origins of the
Leaders back into the melting pot. The two brothers JOHN and HENRY have always been taken to have been the first
Leaders in County Cork. The suit in question shows that a John Leader held 66 acres of land near Kinsale by lease as from
1638, dying intestate in 1650 and his son, another John Leader dying, also intestate 1668, leaving a widow Joan who was
still alive in 1693.



LEADERs are on list of CROMWELLIAN ADVENTURERS who were granted land in County Cork. I think some people mix
them up with Richard Leader, Iron Works Manager, U.S.A. (web page owner) See Donna Chernik’s paragraph on Richard
Leader, Iron Works Manager, on this page.

LINDSEY NOTES



1847 April ELLARD/PARKER, Barony East Muskerry

Indented Deed of Mortgage, RICHARD OLIVER ELLARD, COTTAGE. Co.CORK. REBECCA CHARLOTTE ELLARD nee
LINDSAY, his wife MARTHA LINDSAY. PEAKE Co.CORK, widow ELIZABETH CATHERINE LINDSAY, MARTHA LINDSAY JR
PEAKE Co.CORK both spinsters, MARY BROWNE LINDSAY, SAMUEL AND CATHERINE BALDWIN, MOSSGROVE Co.CORK
THOMAS PARKER Cork City Chandler, ROGER BERNARD EVANS, Cork city AUCTIONEER RICHARD OLIVER ELLARD and his
wife REBECCA and MARTHA LINDSAY and the LINDSAY sisters in cnsideration of 150 pounds with consent of Samuel and
Catherine Baldwin granted and demised unto Thomas Parker and Roger B.Evans the lands of Peake, Knockavullig,
Carhue, Clonteed, Dereen, Garteenoe(?) Bar, Muskerry and lands in other Baronies.Co.Cork subject to a proviso of
redemption on payment of 130 pounds and interest at 5%. Wit. THOMAS CREAN and PATRICK MURPHY servant MARTHA
CREAN Sworn 10/4/1847

LIST OF MEMBERS of MUSKERRY CONSTITUTIONAL SOCIETY. Source CORKE JOURNAL 15th
August 1771 transcribed by JOAN PLATT from CLDS



THOMAS LINDSAY PEAKE

ROBERT WARREN ESQ WARRENCOURT

MR RICHARD BALDWIN CLOGHINA

MR. WILLIAM CROOKE of CROOKSTOWN

PHILIP CROSSE SHANDY HALL

RE.,HORATIO TOWNSEND

MR.JOHN PYNE DRIPSEY

EPENETUS CROSS ESQ DRIPSEY

MR HAWES CROSSE DRIPSEY

WALTER BALDWIN

HENRY BALDWIN ESQ

RICHARD ASHE EDQ

CORNELIUS TOWNSEND ESQ

Lindsey Descendents
Lindsey Descendents
Lindsey Descendant
FURTHER RADLEY INFORMATION Source C.L.D.S

ROBERT RADLEY born 1781 of KNOCKANESWEENY, KILSHANNIG, CORK married ELIZABETH RADLEY of same
address.born 1785.

Children are…..HENRY RADLEY b 1807 Kilshannig died 1826

MARY ANNE 1808 same died 1809

BARTHOLOMEW RADLEY b.1811 same . Married ANNE TANNER 1841.Emigrated to Cape Town South Africa. Had son
b.1841 called ROBERT married Rebecca Robertson 1874 King William Town Cape of Good Hope.

ROBERT RADLEY b 1814 lived Farran, Cork

MARGARET RADLEY b. 1816 same place(Kilshannig)

THOMAS RADLEY b 1820 “

ELIZABETH RADLEY 1822 “

JANE RADLEY b.1824 “

MARY b 1826 “


It is likely that they are cousins of Radleys of Knockraur.From 1700 to 1850 all Radleys lived in a 20 mile radius of
Aghabullogue. There were, and are now, 10 families by that name in Cork. Six families are descended from above
ROBERT RADLEY. All are R.C.
Woodley family in connection with LINDSAY, RADLEY, JERVOIS/HODDER
Source Researcher Joan Platt - descendent.

The HODDER family originated in Dorset, a few miles from Longbredy, Weymouth and Melcombe Regis was a big port
long ago and merchants used it to travel the world. Some of the HODDERs were merchants.

FRANCIS WOODLEY married ELIZABETH HODDER at CARRIGALINE in 1760.

They had one son FRANCIS, baptised 1/1/1762, who inherited LEADES HOUSE.

Elizabeth died 11th JULY 1766 and FRANCIS Senior remarried.

His second wife was Elizabeth NORRIS, who had son ANTHONY, from whom Joan Platt is descended.

The WOODLEYS came from Devon and were an army family.

RALPH WOODLEY was LORD OF MANOR OF BUCKLAND on the Moor on DARTMOOR in DEVON in 16th century.

His grandson, also RALPH, arrived in Ireland about 1818 and is mentioned in the LISMORE PAPERS as buying land in
BANDON from Earl Cork.

ANTHONY's son FRANCIS, married FRANCES JERVOIS, daughter of WILLIAM in1831.

Frances had arrived in Wales and married ANNE ELIZ JENKINS in HAVERFORDWEST.

Joan Platt is descended from this marriage.

Frances father WILLIAM JERVOIS could have been one of SAMUEL JERVOIS of BRADE illegitimate sons. If so WILLIAM
was my 3xtimes great grandmother's brother (ELIZABETH JERVOIS, dtr of SAMUEL JERVOIS married to JOHN MURPHY
ESQ of NEWTOWN).

RADLEY/LINDSAY/JERVOIS/MURPHY/HODDER are related.


CORMAC McDERMOT
MACCARTHY built
Blarney Castle in 1446.
PURDON……. Source Michael Leader’s (F.I.G.R.S) paper on Radleys of Cork.



The PURDON marriage may be solved from Will abstracts in Four Courts Dublin. MARGARET PURDON, dtr of SIMON
PURDON. TINERANA, by his second wife HELENA SYNGE married THOMAS RADLEY of KNOCKRAUR. Reference Burkes
1847………… Weiply abstract…Ardfort will of JOHN PURDON of Dyshart, C.C 1741. To be buried in Church of Ballyclogh
near the grave of his cousin, THOMAS PURDON, decd……… Wife MARY PURDON, Daughters …….. MARY BARRY,
MARGARET RADLEY, ELIZABETH MARTIN, JANE COLLINS, ELLEN ALLEN…………….. BURKES L.G. 1847

WILL OF SIMON PURDON TENNERANNA.co.CLARE ESQ. Source Abstract of wills Registry of Deeds Dublin 1708/1780.

28 Sept 1728

Wife Helena Purdon. Eldest son George Purdon, settlement 1717 on marriage of George with Jane Eyre. Dtr of Edward Eyre
esq. Second son Simon, third son Edward, fourth son William and fifth son John Purdon. Daughter Margaret Finch.
Grandsons Simon Finch, William Finch and Edward Finch. Daughter Barbara Daughter Helena Marie, Daughter Elizabeth.

Tenneranna Woods of Bielkelly Carhueny andCahirballymulrony

Witnesses. Redmond Barry. Ballyclough, Cork esq. John Roan Backfield, Clare gent. Richard Roan, Backfield, Joseph
Vosar, Tenneranna Clare, yeoman.


Mem. Wit. Joseph Vosar John Phillip Edward Purdon (seal)

NOTE: JOHN PURDON(son of Simon and Helena Synge Purdon) md MARY HALL 1700. Their daughter MARGARET PURDON
married THOMAS RADLEY of KNOCKRAUR,1720. I think that Simon Purdon and Helena Synge were her grandparents not
her parents as suggested in document.

SOURCE REGISTRY OF DEEDS, DUBLIN. VOL.3

BARRY WILLIAM.”ROCKVILLE” CORK 1823

To his wife MARGARET BARRY all his property whether real or freehold of which he would die possessed for life and then
for their children in whatsoever manner she would decide, but for want of such limitation to his sons Wm.Garrett, Thomas,
John and Henry and his daughters Mary and Johannah, share and share alike, to hold as tenants in common and not as
joint tenants. Extx and trustee said MARGARET BARRY. Wit. JOSEPH COPPINGER. Middleton Co.Cork Esq John Connell
Carrigtowhill,. in said county, yeoman, and James Kerley, Fermoy. Cork attorney.. Mem. Wit. by Jas or Jane Driscoll,
ROCKVILLE, Co.Cork servant, John Connell, gardiner,

MARGARET BARRY (seal) widow.

NOTE: HENRY LINDSEY of Peak was married to ALICE CROOKE circa 1790s. His descendents are from his marriage to
ALICE CROOKE. His SECOND wife was El.Davies and there was NO ISSUE
DEED of MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT of LINDSEY Source CLDS.

1814 Nov 5 Lindsey Pyne Barony Muskerry

Henry Lindsey, Peak, Cork

Thomas Lindsey. Eldest son

John Pyne Gurteen Cork

Martha Pyne 3rd dtr

John Pyne of Cottage

Richard Ashe Ashgrove

Henry Lindsey in consideration of 800 pounds given by J.Pyne did transfer to John Pyne and Richard Ashe, the farm and
lands of Peake, Knocknavullig, Clanteed, Carhue, B. Muskerry, the farmlands of Garrydoyne with one yearly rent charge
24 pounds one shilling all in trust.

Sworn 5/4/1815 Reg. Richard Chinnery.

Coolcower House
Newspaper Abstracts 1753-1864 O’Kief Vol.7

Rebecca Lindsey married William H.Waters Esq on 27th March 1820 at Newmarket. He was of 59th Regiment. Rebecca was
y.d.o Henry Lindsey Esq. of Myshell Cork.

Francis, son of Anthony Woodley, married Frances Jervois in 1831 . She died 21 Sept.1837. Francis md secondly Anne Eliza
Jenkins of Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales in 1853. JOAN PLATT IS DESCENDED FROM 2nd MARRIAGE.

RADLEY TO PURDON and ors. SOURCE FISHER’s WILL AND DEED ABSTRACTS LDS FILM 100140



1726 APRIL 4 Lease and Release made between FRANCIS RADLEY of KNOCKRAUR, Gent of 1st part, JOHN PURDON OF
DESERT and RICHARD HALL of BALLYGOUGANE, Co.Cork, Gent. Release between THOMAS RADLEY and MARGARET
RADLEY als PURDON, his wife, and FRANCIS RADLEY first part and JOHN PURDON and RICHARD HALL of other
part.Reciting lease of 19 March 1711 from FRAS.ROGERS ESQ to FRANCIS RADLEY of KNOCKRAUR containing 507 acres for
the lives of THOMAS RADEY, JOHN RADLEY and RICHARD RADLEY, sons of Lessee and that FRANCIS RADLEY had demised
by Lease 24 Jan 1721 to THOMAS RADLEY 400 acres of said Lands for the lives of JOHN RADLEY,RICHARD RADLEY and
HENRY RADLEY, sons of the Lessor and reciting that a marriage had taken place between said THOMAS and MARGARET
and in consideration thereof……conveyed the Lands to said PURDON and HALL. 11th JULY 1739



PAGE 116 LEADER and Ors to RADLEY



1763 OCT 22 Deed made between JOHN LEADER, KEAL, Gent and JANE LEADER orsa RADLEY, RICHARD TWISS of
KITTEENEMORE in County Kerry and ELIZABETH TWISS orsa RADLEY and MARY RADLEY of KNOCKRAUR the other said
part. Said parties of 1st part in consideration of 40 pounds yearly by each for 5 years said JANE, ELIZABETH and MARY.
Release KNOCKRAUR. Refgistered 12 Nov.1763

THIS IS AN OLD BALLAD CONCERNING BENJAMIN LEADER ,OF STAKEHILL during the Land Wars 1879. Land League was
an Agitation to give tenants the land and dispossess the owners. Some stanzas are as follows.

BOYCOTT OF BEN LEADER

"The number that day was two hundred and three. They came from Kiskeam and famed Boherrue, Derinagree and
Coolclough came determined to spill, the BLOOD OF THAT VERMIN WHO LIVED ON STAKEHILL.

DAN CASEY the brave, at the jail did not shudder, his face it with joy at the sight of his mother. It bounded with pride when
he heard brother Bill, saying "I'll SOON TYRANNIZE THE J.P FROM STAKEHILL"

BEN LEADER was the son of my Great great Aunt MARGARET RADLEY married to JOHN LEADER of KEALE. He was nephew
to my Great grandfather RICHARD HENRY RADLEY.

Photo taken Douglas, Cork, by Mary Leonard-Walsh
ST Finbarrs Cemetery St. Ledger Chinnery Frances Violet C Bergin (nee Peyton) 16.01.10 001 (2)

NOTES ON LEADERS OF MT. LEADER AND KEALE AND THEIR RELATIONS RADLEYS OF KNOCKRAUR

NOTE******* Richard Leader, Iron Works Manager of Saugus River,Maine is NOT connected in any way with the Millstreet
Leaders. It is a strange co-incidence that his relatives were Radleys from Essex County.New Jersey(c.1681). not related to
CORK Radleys. There is a living descendent of this particular Radley/Leader connection., whose New England ancestors
include Richard Leader, Iron Works Mgr. His daughter Anne Leader b.1644/49 married in New Hampshire, Samuel Clarke,
and they are her direct ancewstors. Confusion with two families is to be expected, as Richard Leader did actually come to
Ireland around 1644 but returned to Maine,.He died there in 1660. Leaving two daughters. The Leaders of Millstreet are
descended from a Cromwellian soldier and can be found on list of Cromwellian Adventurers.************

Abstract from Irish Chancery Court Lawsuit states that a JOHN LEADER held 66 acres of land near KINSALE by lease as from
1638, dying intestate in 1650 and his son, also John Leader, dying intestate in1668, leaving a widow Joan who was still
alive in1693. Source Michael Leader F.I.G.R.S

The Radleys of Knockraur intermarried with Leaders of Keale, Mt Leader and Tullig......from 1600s. The Leaders of Keale
are as follows......

Leonard Leader of Stakehill b1762 married Sarah White in 1796..Nicholas White, her brother, married Frances Radley (dtr
of my 3rd gt gfr Richard Radley of Knockraur.in 1773.

John Leader of Keale MD married Margaret Radley 1836. She was the dtr of my 2xgt gt grandfather Thomas Radley, esq.
Knockraur.

John Leader of Keale married Annie Mac Murray in 1875

Lt.Col.John Leader of Keale, Millstreet, married Evelyn Pleydell Bouverie. In 1909.

Michael Leader was one of their sons.






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RICHARD LEADER.Ironworks Manager, Sagus River Maine. This article points out that Richard Leader is NOT the
progenitor of the LEADER family of Keale, Cork and Mt Leader, Cork ,Ireland.

Ms Donna Chernick is one of the living descendents of Richard Leader and writes:

QUOTE:

" I have Radleys who first appeared in Essex County. New Jersey as early as 1681, with some saying they were originally
Radcliffe or Ratcliffe, possibily from Connectcutt before going to New Jersey. This was John Ratcliffe, and before he died,
the story goes his wife changed spelling to RADLEY and it remained thus from then on. My gggrandmother was Hetty
Radley,born1815 IN Hardin County KY and died HOLT Co.MO 1866 She was marred to JOHN SEARS 1836/7 Coles Co.IL. I
descend from JOHN RADLEY/RADCLIFFE 1 down through 2 other Johns and the 2 Ichabod Radleys.Further north in NH and
Maine I descend from Radcliffe/Radcliff/Rackellff who came from England in 1600s.

MY NEW ENGLAND ANCESTORS ALSO INCLUDE LEADERs.who CAME FROM ENGLAND. RICHARD LEADER b1609 d 1661 in
Sussex, England then went to Ireland, then to Massachusetts. His daughter ANNE LEADER 1644/49 m in New Hamp.
SAMUEL CLARKE, and they are my direct ancestors"

UNQUOTE

The daughter of RICHARD LEADER .. ANN CLARK was alive in1723 and she deposed 6 April 1720 she be appointed admin.
Of estates of RICHARD and GEORGE (his brother), calling herself ONLY LIVING SURVIVING CHILD OF RICHARD LEADER and
heir of GEORGE. (Her sister Elizabeth was killed by Indians 1705)

NOTEWORTHY Henry Leader. Brother of John Leader of Keale died 1738, yet Anne Leader Clark claimed to be only
surviving child of Richard Leader. As far as we are aware, Henry Leader of Flintfield was their father. NOT Richard Leader.
Henry and John married Jane and Margaret Radley. As these people are my direct ancestors, I take exception to being
told I am related to Richard Leader, who I believe did not go to Cork but Limerick.

Another thought. The Irish naming pattern is a useful tool for researchers. Only one Richard in Keale Branch.(Margaret
Radley Leader named her son RICHARD RADLEY LEADER) and in MT LEADER branch there are about 3 RICHARDS . All
related to RADLEYS. JOHN, HENRY and LEONARD are usual LEADER names . And another thought if you can take any
notice of World Connect, there are many descendents of Richard Leader in USA. None even mention an Irish connection.
My personal opinion is that people often try to fit a coincidental name to a circumstance without researching thoroughly.

The following are the direct descendents of HENRY LEADER from SAFFRON WALDEN ESSEX ENGLAND. And are most likely
the ancestors of Cork, Ireland, LEADERS.

These LEADERS of ESSEX were LANDOWNERS, TANNERS AND DRAPERS. See Burkes and Gen. and Heraldic History of
Commoners of Gt Britain and Ireland,.

MILTON FROGGATT, Leader researcher, transcribed these records

1. HENRY LEADER b Abt 8 April 1532 in SAFFRON WALDEN, Essex England died about 1/12/1588 In SAFRON WALDEN
ESSEX England.
+ ELIZABETH? (PARKER?) d. 25 December 1571 in SAFFRON WALDEN ESSEX ENG.

2 WILLIAM LEADER d. Abt 23rd April 1627 Unmarr. SAFFRON WALDEN ESSEX ENG.

2 HENRY LEADER b abt 16 March 1561 in SAFFRON WALDEN ESSEX ENG. D. 18/6/1561

2 HENRY LEADER b abt 1/10 1562 in SAF.WAL. ESSEX .1 July1616 in??? SAFFRON WALDEN ESSEX ENG

2 JOHN LEADER b abt 17 Dec 1564 in SAFFRON WALDEN ESSEX ENG.

2 MARY LEADER b abt 9/4/1566 in SAFRON WALDEN, ESSEX ENG. D. Abt 14/11/1597 in SAFFRON WALDEN ESSEX ENG.

2 SAMUEL LEADER b abt 27/12/1567 in SAFFRON WALDEN ESSEX ENG d.abt 11/8/1631 in SAFFRON WALDEN ESSEX
ENG

2 ELIZABETH LEADER b abt 3/4/1569 in SAFFRON WALDEN ESSEX ENG

2 CHRISTOPHER LEADER b abt 29/4/1571 in SAFFRON LDEN ESSEX Eng.
+ JOAN READ m 7/10/1598 in SAFFRON WALDEN ESSEX ENG

3 HENRY LEADER b abt 6/9/1601 in SAFFRON WALDEN ESSEX ENG. died abt 9/7/1639 in Wenden Parva SAFFRON
WALDEN ESSEX ENG.

3 MARY LEADER b abt 18/3/1604 in SAFFRON WALDEN ESSEX ENG.

3 JOAN LEADER b abt 3/5/1607 in S.Walden Essex Eng.

3 CHRISTOPHER LEADER b abt 4/2/1610 SAFFRON WALDEN

3 ELIZABETH LEADER b abt 1/10 1615 in SAFFRON WALDEN ESSEX ENG.

3 ANN LEADER b abt 2/8/1618 in SAFFRON WALDEN ESSEX ENG

" 2nd wife Henry Leader + AGNES POMFRET(?) m. 11/3/1577 in Saffron Walden d.aft 1588
" 2 ANN LEADER b abt 15/3/1579 S/W ESSEX
" 2 EMMA LEADER b abt 6/3/15881 in S/Walden
" 2 EDWARD LEADER b.abt 21 Aug 1583 in SAF./WALDEN d abt 6/6/1642 SAFFRON WALDEN
" 2 JOHN LEADER b abt 31 MAY 1584 in SAFFRON WALDEN