Thank you for the info . I found your blog fascinating . Regarding Timothy Creedon the only baptismal record on www.rootsireland.ie
I can find is one born in co cork in 1848 father Patrick Creedon . To find out who the mother is you need to view the record . Clondrohid ( In gaelic , Cluain Droichead , meaning The meadow of the Bridges ), Parish is located about 2 miles north west of Macroom . The parish is divided into small areas called Townlands , Carrigapooka ( sometimes called Carrigaphooca or Carrig - a - Phouca ) is one such area . The details on Carrigaphooca are as follows .
Area .... 205 acres
Civil Parish .... Clondrohid
Poor Law Union ....Macroom .
In 1834 it was owned by John Williams . It is the site of a derelict castle .
The RC parish of Clondrohid has 2 churches , St. Abina's , Clondrohid and St. John the Baptist , Carriganima . Carriganima was the location of some bloody events back in 1821-1822 .
The following info , amongst other things , is available for the parish of Clondrohid .
1 . A 1776 religious census carried out on 29 of March 1766 .
2. A Tithe Defaulters List from 1831 .
3. List of Tithe Payers in 1834 .