have you tried www.irishgenealogy.ie
has both RC and CofI records.
Boherbue-Kiskeam was known as Parish Kilmeen to 1888, Church situated where Kilmeen graveyards is today.www.boherbue.com/Kilmeen
The Gatherine Aug. 2,3,4th. an invitation for those whose families emigrated to return. Dunhallow Cork. There will be lots of genealogy information available.
John O'Connell Parish Kilmeen (Pt.of) Townlard of Laharan East
Poor Law Union Kanturk. Tenamt of Henry Allen
1a house, outbuildings and land 245 acres 1 rood and 10 perches
1b Denis Murphy renting from John O'Connell a house and
garden 0.0.21 (a perch is 18'x18')and 8 has other tenants
Jeremiah Murphy townland Clashykileen E. land 58.2.9
Tim Murphy ( John)tenant Lord Lisle
Tim Murphy ( Tim)
1Ba Jeremiah Murphy (all have houses, outbuildings and share of land) 73.2.29 tenants of Lord Lisle
Bb Tim Murphy (John)
Bc Tim Murphy (Tim)
1Aa unoccupied above are the lessors
Michael Murphy, Parish of Kilmeen, Townland Knocks, PLU
Clonakilty tenant of Earl of Bandon
2a house, outbuildings and land 57.3.10
corn mill & outbuildings*
John Murphy, Parish of Kilmeen, Townland Clashy Kinleen E.
PLU Kanturk, tenant of Henry Duggan
1d house, outbuildings and land, share of 149.0.25
1e Timothy Murphy
1f Jeremiah Murphy land only
1g Timothy Sr. house and garden 0.0.25 with John McAuliffe
2a John Murphy tenant of Henry Duggan house, outbuildings and land 153.3.11
2b John Murphy rents house & garden to Michael Neale 0.1.21
Jeremiah Murphy, townland Glentanfinne tenant of Catherine
5a house, outbuildings and land 162.0.20
There is a Michael Murphy born Co. Cork, a boarder and general labourer, widow and age 72 in 1901 census living with Denis Tarrant at #3 Poundlane, Kanturk - Dedicated
Electoral District. www.census.nationalarchives.ie
Neither Tarrant or Michael Murphy appear in the 1911 census
in Cork. 373 Jeremiah Murphy's in the 1901 Census, some Clonalkiky
In a long list of Murphy's and Michael Murphy's in the commercial directory 1870 for Cork City there is 1 that might be correct? address is 23 Warren's Place, he is a publican but also a corn dealer* which might fit with the Michael in 1853 with the corn mill.
I usually recommend letter writing to those Murphy's who would have lived in the area! However, there are 2,082 Murphy's in Cork, 456 in Cork City. If you look at the Cork City ones you would be able to find the names of people who had address and places as mentioned above in one form or another and they are now part of houses addresses. It would take more patience than I have.
OConnell's 628 in the current telephone book www.familysearch.org
(civil registrations 1864+)
Michael Murphy death registered April 1906 age 75 estimate of year born from age given at death (1831)
Vol.5 Pg. 161 #0101603/004201707
Michael Murphy death registered July-Sept 1906 age 83 est.
of year born from age given at death (1823)
Vol.5 Pg. 159, #0101603/004201707
Margaret Murphy death registered Oct-Dec 1906 75 (1831)
April-June 1907 76 (1831)
Jan-Mar 1908 age 71 (1837)
Jan-Mar 1908 age 73 (1835)
Jan-Mar 1917 age 85 (1832)
+ more to be researched (I used Kanturk to lower the numbers...
Go back to the 1901 census: www.census.nationalarchives.ie