As Ireland’s largest county, Cork was devastated by the Great Famine and the tide of eviction. Can you add to our listing of eviction sites in Cork? What is known of the Skibbereen evictions in October 1849 carried out by John Hochsur (61 people ) and Thomas Marimon (32 people) or the levelling of 58 houses in Charleville by the Earl of Cork in July 1847 or the removal of 106 people in Ballycotton at the Longfield estate in April 1848?
The Irish Famine Eviction project has located over 400 sites. Use our map below to see the locations and details for each site.
Your information may hold the key to finding new eviction sites. You can contact the Irish Famine Eviction project via email or twitter below: