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Curate of St.Anne's, Shandon, Cork:
He was licenced on 15 July 1795 to be Curate of St.Anne's, Shandon, Cork.
Still listed as Curate of St.Anne's in [St.Anne's parish records] 1811.
Chaplain and Superintendent of the Foundling Hospital, Cork:
He became Chaplain of the Foundling Hospital, Leitrim St (near St.Anne's church, in St.Anne's Shandon par), Cork.
Listed as Chaplain in [St.Anne's Shandon, Foundling Hospital, parish records] from 1811 to his death 1830.
He was also a Captain in Cork Yeomanry.
At death he is listed as Chaplain and Superintendent of the Foundling Hospital, Cork.
He died at his house at the Foundling Hospital, Cork, 1 Sept 1830, age 60 yrs.
See notice in Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent, 4 September 1830.
See notice in Limerick Evening Post, 7 Sept 1830.
Louisa died 7 May 1840, age 66 yrs, at "Ballynamote" (residence of Chatterton), Cork.
See notice in The Cork Southern Reporter, 9 May 1840.
(todo) See Limerick Standard, 11 May 1840.
"Ballinamote House" (residence of Chatterton), Middle Glanmire Road, Cork city.
Where Louisa Blennerhassett died in 1840.
From 1829 to 1842 map.
It was later called Tracton Park.
Seems to still survive. See street view.
Woodview, Inishannon (or Innishannon), Co.Cork, on 1887 to 1913 map.
See modern satellite view.
This is now called "Innishannon House". It is early 19th century. See entry in NIAH.
Not to be confused with early 18th century Inishannon House Hotel (formerly Frankfort) further up the road. See entry in NIAH.