Disciplinary action, 1833
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[CSORP, 1833, no.5135]
This is a disciplinary action of Oct 1833
against "Constable Cashel" of the "Kerry Police" who was found intoxicated.
It is recommended that he be disrated (reduced to a lower rank), not dismissed.
This looks like our
(Constabulary service record no.560)
since he was transferred to Co.Tipperary on 1 Nov 1833.
But there are other possibilities:
- There was another
George Cashell or George Cashel
(Constabulary service record no.1521),
who was from Co.Kerry, and joined the County Constabulary on 8 Jan 1833.
There was a Constable John Cashell (also referred to as Cashel)
at Kenmare, Co.Kerry, in 1829.
- See all Cashels or Cashells
of Constabulary men.
Note John Cashell does not appear.
He must have joined the police
before the Constabulary was organised.
Letter of 14 Oct 1833, to Dublin Castle
Major William Miller, Inspector General for Munster
(who also dealt with the
George Cashel disciplinary action of 1829
that "Constable Cashel" of the "Kerry Police" was found intoxicated.
Miller recommends that he be disrated
, not dismissed.
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