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  • ID: I00704
  • Name: John Thomas Hornibrook
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1786 in Springfield, Cork, Ireland
  • Death: 13 OCT 1876 in Bandon, Cork Co., Ireland
  • Note:
    *Laurence H. & Margaret Wood (John Lawrence H. & Henrietta Cole Bowen, Henry Cole, Isabell, Edmund to Worcester, Massacusetts).

    *Thomas H. & Ann ?nee Hornibrook (John Thomas H. & Eleanor Wiseman of Rockfort, Brinny)

    *Samuel H. of Callatrim (John Samuel H. & Belinda Beasley; Sam H. & George Ann Wise; Jane H. & John Clerke Swanton)

    *John H. & Anne lnu (John H. of Bandon died unmarried; Thomas H. & Mary Jane Belesaigne; also Thomas of Ovens, James of Little Rock, Arkansas)

    The four with asterisks are definitely related, since I have transcribed memorials where members of those lines are parties to the transaction being memorialized at the Registry of Deeds.

    Eileen 2013
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    A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, Volume 1
    By Samuel Lewis
    KNOCKAVILLY, or KNOCKAVILLE, a parish, partly in the barony of Kinnalea, but chiefly in that of Easr Mvsxamw, county of Cork, and province of Munster, 5 miles (N. N. E.) from Bandon, on the road to Cork; containing 2184 inhabitants. It comprises 2182 statute acres, as applotted under the tithe act, and valued at £4168 per annum. The land is generally good, although light and based on clay-slate, and is admirably cultivated; the manure is lime brought from Ahirlow, or sea sand from Innishannon. The principal seats are Upton, the residence of the Rev. Somers H. Payne, who has erected a handsome barrack for a party of constabulary police in his demesne; Garryhankard, of T. Biggs, Esq.; Beechmount, of J. Hornbrook, Esq.; and Ballymountain, of W. Penrose, Esq. It is a rectory, in the diocese of Cork, forming part of the union of Brinny; the tithes amount to £650, and the glebe comprises 54 acres of excellent land. Divine service is performed in a room licensed by the Bishop until the erection of a new church, for which Justin McCarthy, Esq., has given a site. In the R. C. divisions it forms part of the union or district of Innishannon, and has a large handsome chapel. Here is a parochial school of 40 children, which Mr. Justin McCarty has endowed with an acre of land, and to which the rector contributes £10 and the Hon. C. Bernard £5 annually; also a Sunday school.
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    Notes for JOHN THOMAS HORNIBROOK:
    In indented deed of marriage settlement dated 1821 (from LDS film #517979 (1821) John Thomas is described as being the only son of Thomas of Springfield.

    702/70/481190 HORNIBROOK/HORNIBROOK; (Film #064725); 8 May 1816. Indented Deed.
    Thomas Hornibrook, City of Cork, esq., John Wiseman, Garryhancard, esq., Thomas Howes, City of Cork, gentleman, assignees of the estate and effects of Richard Lane of Rockfort, miller, and bankrupt; Richard Lane; John Hornibrook, Springfield, esq

    Thomas Hornibrook, John Wiseman, Thomas Howes grant, release, etc to John Hornibrook in his actual possession, part of the lands of Rockfort, partly in the Barony of Kinelea and partly in the Barony of East Carbery, by common estimation 84 acres, 1 rood and 12 perches, be the same more or less together with the bolting mill and all other buildings and improvements.

    Witnessed by Edward McCarthy, City of Cork, gent., John Lunace?, City of Cork, notary public. William Johnson

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    517979 HORNIBROOK/WISEMAN. 2 Jan 1821. Indented Deed of Marriage Settlement.

    Thomas Hornibrook of Springfield in the County of Cork Esquire; John Thomas Hornibrook only son of the said Thomas Hornibrook of the same place, Esquire; Elenor Wiseman, spinster daughter of John Wiseman late of Garryhankard in said County, Esquire ; and John Wiseman of Garryhankard aforesaid Esquire and John Samuel Hornibrook of Keanagerah in said County Esquire of the fourth part

    Thomas Hornibrook, for the consideration therein mentioned did sell, etc. to the said John Wiseman and John Samuel Hornibrook, two annuities or yearly rent charges of seventy four pounds and eight pounds yearly issuing and payable and one divided third part of the half plowland of Dunkereen situate in the County of Cork, granted by John Phipps to the said Thomas Hornibrook to hold unto the said John Wiseman and John Samuel Hornibrook for a term of ninety nine years granted of said premises by an Indenture of Lease or renewal bearing date the 22nd day of April 1803 made between Sir John Miller of Bath, Caston Villa in the County Somerset and Kingdom of Great Britain, Baronet of the one part and William Phipps of Innoshanon in the County of Cork, Gentleman, Jane Phipps, widow of John Phipps formerly of Cross Barry. Gentleman and John Phipps of Dunkereen aforesaid Gentleman of the other part, provided Richard Phipps, William Phipps and Jane Phipps, the three lives named in the renewal thereof or the survivor of them should so long live and for and during such further term and terms of 99 years pursuant to the covenant for perpetual renewal contained in the original Indenture of Lease by which said deed of Marriage Settlement the said John Thomas Hornibrook under and by virtue of the several powers vested in him as trustee named in a deed of assignment bearing date the 27th day of December 1817also of one other deed of assignment bearing date the 30th day of July 1819 and in order the more effectually securing the payment of the said respective annuities or rent charges of seventy four pounds and eight pounds chargeable as aforesaid and for the considerations in said deed of settlement, did assign and make over unto the said John Wiseman and John Samuel Hornibrook the said half plowland of Dunkereen so situate as aforesaid in the County of Cork before the trust and to and for the uses, intents and purposes in the said deed of marriage settlement mentioned and by which said deed of marriage settlement the said Thomas Hornibrook did for the considerations therein mentioned, assign, transfer and make over to the said John Thomas Hornibrook part of the lands of Garryhankard formerly demised by Robert Nash of the City of Cork, Gentlemen to John Whiting of Lissybrodan* in the County of Cork, Gentleman and situate in the County of Cork.

    Witnesses are, the Reverand ?Hugh L? Beaufort of Upton in the County of Cork, John Hornibrook
    of Bandon in said County, Esquire and Timothy Sheehan of the said County of Cork, writing clerk.



    Signed sealed and
    Delivered in presence of
    (signed) John Hornibrook
    and
    (signed) Tim'y Sheehan

    The above named John Hornibrook maketh oath and saith he saw the indented deed of marriage settlement of which the above is a Memorial duly executed by Thomas Hornibrook, John Thomas Hornibrook, Elenor Wiseman, John Wiseman and John Samuel Hornibrook, the several executing parties thereto and also saith he saw the said John Thomas Hornibrook duly sign and seal the above Memorial and that the same John Hornibrook subscribed to said deed and this Memorial as a witness is this deponents proper name and hand writing.

    (signed) John Hornibrook

    Sworn before me at the City of Cork this sixteenth day of June 1821, John Sweeney

    *Lissybrodan is the old name
    for Kilpatrick

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    517980 HORNIBROOK/HORNIBROOK; Apr 1821. Indented Deed of Assignment.

    Thomas Hornibrook of Springfield in the County of Cork Esq.; and John Hornibrook (only son of the said Thomas Hornibrook) of Rockfort in the said County Esq.

    Reciting that by an Indenture of Lease bearing date the 16th of August 1789 by John Hawkes of Surmount? in the County of Cork Esq.; and Richard Lane in the County of Cork, Clothier.

    John Hawkes demised to Richard Lane part of the Lands of Rockford(sic) then in the possession of the said Richard Lane containing by estimation 84 acres 1 rood and 12 perches more or less excepting therout unto the said John Hawkes his heirs and assigns all mines minerals and other royalties whatsoever and also all wood and underwood timber and timber trees then growing and standing on the said demised premises with liberty of cutting felling and carrying the same at any time whatsoever without the let hindrance, interruption or disturbance of the said Richard Lane, from the twenty fifth day of March then last part for and during the natural lives and life of the said Richard Lane, John Lane, son of the said Richard Lane and of Mary Lane, daughter of the said Richard Lane and for and during the survivor or longest liver of them and for and during the term of 31 years from and after the decease of the longest liver of them, the said Richard Lane, John Lane and Mary Lane at the yearly rent of 96 pounds 19 shillings and 5 pence and payable half yearly.

    And also reciting that Richard Lane by an Indented deed of Assignment bearing date the 18th day of February 1805, did release, assign and make over unto the said Thomas Hornibrook all his, the said Richard Lane's, estate, right, title and interest in and to that part of the said lands of Rockford(sic) so demised to him by the said John Hawkes, by which said deed of assignment of the (blank) day of April 1821, the said Thomas Hornibrook for the consideration therein mentioned did release, assign and make over to the said John Hornibrook, the said lands of Rockford(sic) in the County of Cork, so demised by the said John Hawkes to the said Richard Lane and all his, the said Richard Lane's, estate, right, title and interest therein or thereto.

    Witnessed by John Hornibrook of Bandon in the County of Cork Esq. and Dennis Foley of Bandon aforesaid, yeoman. And this Memorial is witnessed by the said John Hornibrook and by Timothy Sheehan of the City of Cork, writing clerk.

    (Signed) John Thom. Hornibrook

    Signed & Sealed The above named John Hornibrook maketh oath before me that he
    In the presence ofis subscribing witness to the deed of assignment and that he saw
    (signed) John Hornibrookthe same duly signed sealed and executed by the said Thomas Hornibrook and John Thomas Hornibrook; also that he saw the above
    (signed) Tim'y SheehanMemorial duly signed and sealed by the above named John Thos. Hornibrook and also that the named John Hornibrook subscribed as a witness to the execution of said deed and Memorial in Deponents names and handwriting.


    Sworn before me at the City of Cork this 16th day of June
    (signed) John Hornibrook 1821 by virtue of a commission forth of his Majesty's Court of Kings Bench in Ireland to me directed for taking oaths and know the Deponents.

    John Sweeney


    More About JOHN THOMAS HORNIBROOK:
    Occupation: Tanner, Gentleman
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    Ireland, Griffith’s Valuation, 1848-1864
    about John T Hornibrook Esquire
    Occupier: John T Hornibrook Esquire
    Lessor: James Corker Esquire
    County: Cork
    Barony: Carbery, East
    Parish: Brinny
    Townland: Rockfort
    OS Page Numbers: 96 and 97
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    Ireland, Civil Registration Deaths Index, 1864-1958
    about John Thomas Hornibrook
    Name: John Thomas Hornibrook
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1787
    Date of registration: 1876
    Death Age: 89
    Registration district: Bandon
    Death Country: Ireland
    Volume: 20
    Page: 2
    FHL Film Number: 101588
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    Name: John Thomas Hornibrook
    Registration District: Bandon
    Event Type: DEATHS
    Registration Quarter and Year: 1876
    Estimated Birth Year: 1787
    Age (at Death): 89
    Mother's Maiden Name:
    Film Number: 101588
    Volume Number: 20
    Page Number: 2
    Digital Folder Number: 4200220
    Image Number: 00126
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    Deceased SurnameHornibrook

    Deceased ForenameJohn Thomas

    Primary Beneficiary/ExecutorEllen Hornibrook

    Sec. Beneficiary/ExecutorThomas Hornibrook

    Date of Death13 Oct 1876

    County of DeathCork

    and Thomas Hornibrook of Kinsale, Cork
    ................................
    John Thomas Hornibook

    Will dated........ Oct 16, 1873
    Codicil dated....March 19, 1875
    Died.................. 13 Oct 1876


    This is the last will of me John Thomas Hornibrook formerly of Rockfort but now of Dunkareen in the county of Cork, Esquire.
    Whereas I heretofore sold any interest in Rockfort a forenamed and have invested the balance of the purchase money thereof and to which only I am now entitled as follows namely: I have invested £ 400 thereof at interest with Mr Lewis in the security of a mortgage on his property, other portion thereof in charge which I now hold in the Cork Gas Comsumers Company and other portion thereof in debentures in the Cork and Macroom Railway Company.
    And whereas I am formed of a landhold interest of two houses on North Main Street Bandon now occupied by Mrs Fanny Baldwin and Mr. Thomas Kingston Sullivan as tenants to me.
    And whereas I am also formed of a policy of insurance effected by me on my own life with the Standard Life Assurance Company of Edinburgh for the sum of £ 400 and whereas I am entitled to a perpetual yearly rent charge of £85 – 13 – 4 sterling payable out of and charged upon the lands of Dunkareen in said County of Cork forever subject to the life interest therein of my beloved wife Ellen Hornibrook under the provisions of our marriage settlement and which life interest therein I hereby ratify and confirm.
    Now I hereby charge and encumber said sum of £400 so invested with said Mr. Lewis said shares in the Cork Gas Consumers Company and debentures in the Cork and Macroom Railway Company with the payment of my just debts and funeral and testimary expenses and nextly with the sum of £ 50 which I bequeath to my said dear wife to be paid to her immediately after my demise. And with the further sum of £50 which I bequeath to my granddaughter Charlotte Ann Hornibrook, daughter of my son, Thomas Hornibrook, now in New Zealand and subject therto I give desire and bequeath the said interests last mentioned sum so invested of ------ d as aformed in the securities therefore.
    Also the said two houses in Bandon subject to the land rent payable interest. The paid policy of insurance and all money aforesaid or deemed or to be had or gotten thereby and all insurance or other benefit to arise there from in the said perpetual rent charge or annuity of £85-13-4 subject as aforesaid and all my estate property and interest therein ----- unto my said dear wife Ellen Hornibrook, John Hornibrook of Corran, Esquire and Thomas Hornibrook of Harbour Hill Kinsale Esquire and the provisions or provision of them.
    In trust for the ----- and purposes and in manner herein after -----
    And as to the said sum of £400 so mentioned as aforesaid with Mr Lewis said shares in the Cork Gas Consumers Company and debentures in the Cork and Macroom Railway Company / subject as aforesaid / in trust as to one fifth part of the set principal sum which shall be realized thereby and the funds and profits thereof for my son, John Wiseman Hornibrook now in Australia. And which I hereby bequeath to him, his executors and administrators and as to other their fifth parts thereof and the interest, dividends, funds, and profits thereof in trust for my daughter Ann, now the wife of George Beamish of Meelan near Bandon aforesaid, esquire.
    Mary Jane, now the wife of the Reverend James Stevenson rector of Brinny in said County of Cork, clerk and Ellen, now the wife of William Price Pearde of the Doune? near Downdenaer? in said county for their respective lives and for their respective sole and separate use and benefit and which I hereby give and bequeath to them respectively free from the Debts Control Engagements or interference of their said respective husbands or of any future husband or husbands they may respectively marry with favour to my said respective daughters by deed or will to / and which not withstanding Coventure? They are hereby empowered to make and execute / to apparent leave or bequeath the principal of the said respective sums in the ----- in which they are entitled to a life use in the same and the securities therefor and all benefit to arise there from to their respective children and to the children of any of their said sisters or brothers as they shall think fit and in the default of such appointment the share of such daughter failing to make such appointment shall go to and amongst her lawful ----- share
    (page 4 of original)
    and share alike if more than one and if but one then the whole to each one the share of a son or sons to be payable on attaining at the age of 21 years and of a daughter or daughters at the like age or day or days of marriage with benefit of survivorship amongst them respectively and as to the principal share of any of my daughters if any of my said daughters that die without having lawful ------ or if there having been such they may all die before becoming entitled as aforesaid then in trust for such of her nephews and nieces my grandchildren as she or they may give appointment or bequeath the same unto and in default of such appointment or bequeath then in trust for all my surviving grandchildren the children of my said daughters and of my deceased daughter, Margaret Waring when shall attain 21 years or to sons and the later age or marriage or marriage as to daughters equally share and share alike and so to their fourth parts of my said houses in Bandon and like properties of said policy of insurance and the money secured thereby and the said perpetual rent charge or annuity / subject to as aforesaid / and the ---------- ----- ------ or income thereof in trust as to one fourth part thereof for each of my said three daughters Anne, Mary Jane and Ellen for their respective lives for their own sole and separate use and benefit free from the debts, control or indentures of their respective husbands or any future husband or husbands with like power of appointing or bequeathing the same to and amongst their ----- or any of my grandchildren with the like benefit of survivorship as is herein before contained in subject of said family of the parts of said other property bequeathed by me unto or in trust for my said daughters and their ----- nephews and nieces, my grandchildren.
    And as to the remaining one fifth part of the monies mentioned as aforesaid with Mr. Lewis and with the Cork Gas Consumers Company and the Cork and Macroom Railway Company and as to the said remaining one fourth part of my interest in said houses in Bandon
    (page 5 of original)
    The money ----- by said policy of insurance and the said perpetual rent charge subject as aforesaid / in trust for my grandson Frederick William Latimer Waring only surviving child of my late daughter Margaret Waring, his executors and administrators the same to become vested on his attaining the age of 21 years but in case of his death prior to his attaining said age then his share or shares of aforesaid to go to and amongst my surviving grandchildren, the children of my said daughters who shall under the provisions aforesaid become entitled to their fair share either under this my will or the appointment of their respective parents /my daughters/ share and share alike and I empower my said trustees to apply the interest dividends funds or other annual income of the shares of my last named grandson or such portions thereof as they may deem necessary towards his maintenance, education and advancement during his annuity and also to apply any portion of the capital to which he will be entitled if he attains the age of 21 years not exceeding one half of such capital in fitting or preparing him for a suitable profession or business
    I hereby empower my said daughters to whom a favour of appointment of her share is given amongst my grandchildren to raise any portion not exceeding one half of the capital or principal which they are hereby empowered to appoint or bequeath for the advancement in life of any of my grandchildren before attaining the age of 21 as to grandsons and the like age or marriage as to granddaughters I desire that my debt due or owing by said George Beamish the husband of my daughter Anne to my late sister Ann Hornibrook deceased / to which property I am now entitled / whether by simple contract mortgage especially or otherwise be forgiven him.
    I hereby bequeath same to him and I direct that same shall not in any manner affect or ----- prejudice the rights, benefits and favours as any of them which I have given to or in trust for my said daughter Anne
    (page 6 of original)
    And her children. I bequeath to my said daughter Ellen Pearde for her own sole and separate use and to be of her own disposal the premises on Artillery Quay Fermoy which I purchased from her husband and which produce about 12 pounds per annum. I direct that the receipts of any daughters share shall be good and valid discharged to my trustees and executors or other person or persons for any form or forms to which my said daughters shall respectively receive or be entitled to under the provions of this my will.
    I give and bequeath to my said dear wife all my household goods, plate, linen, china, furniture, house, car ----- and such like effects and all money due and owing to me just before specifically disposed of / as in my house or in bank and I appoint her my sole residuary legate.
    I hereby desire that it shall be lawful for my said trustees to sole or join with any other person or persons entitled under this my will in selling or disposing or assigning or employing any portion or portions of my real or personal estate in property or in ----- or having that same or any portion or portions thereof I declare that the favours and provisions contained in the Property and Trustee Act 1859. The Trustees and Mortgages Act 1860 and all other Acts now in favour for making ----- of executors and trustees affected discharges and for giving them favours as to sales, mortgages, and exchanges and making and assuming loans, varying investments, application and distribution of affects appointment of new trustees and indemnity of trustees shall be deemed and taken as part of this my will as fully as if the same had been incorporated herewith or inserted at length herein and that the power of nominating new trustees shall be vested in the surviving or continuing trustees or trustees hereof his or her executors or admores and failing such or their failing or refusing to nominate in the persons or person of the age of 21 years who shall be entitled to a life use or other interest in the property hereby derived or bequeathed by me
    (page 7 of original)
    And in respect of which such trustee is ------ and I hereby expressly declare that the provisions for the portions, indemnity, reimbursement of trustees in said property and Trustee Act 1859 shall apply to the Executors and Trustees for the time being of this my will as fully as if the same had been inserted herein and given the future that said trustees shall not be answerable for any life whatever is owing from any Acts which they or any of them shall do or perform in good faith and under reasonable belief that the same would be beneficial to the estate or to my said children or grandchildren.
    I hereby nominate and appoint my said dear wife Ellen Hornibrook and the said John Hornibrook and Thomas Hornibrook of Harbour Hill Kinsale executors of this my will in witness whereof I have hereto published my name this sixteenth day of October one thousand eight hundred and seventy three (October 16, 1873)
    John T Hornibrook
    Signed published and declared by the said testator John Thomas Hornibrook ----- and for his last will and testament in presence of he who in his request in his presence and in presence of each other all being present at the same time have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses the word “Mary” on the sixth line of the second page having been first struck out and the word “Anne” between the fifth and sixth lines of the same page being first inserted and the word (to) on the last line but one of the third page having been written on expense in the words “the Reverend” on the ninth line and “clerk” on the tenth line of the same page having been first struck out.
    Richard Branigan 15 Douglas Street, Cork
    Elizabeth P Dyer 11 Thames Street, Cork

    Codicil
    This is a codicil to the last will and testament of one John Thomas Hornibrook of Dunkareen in the County of Cork esquire dated the 16th day of October 1863 whereas by my past will I bequeathed to my trustees therein named the sum of £400 invested by me on security with Mr. Lewis. Certain shares in the Cork Gas Comsumers Company, debentures in the Cork and Macroom Railway Company, a policy of assurance on my own life, 2 houses in Bandon and a perpetual annuity payable out of the lands of Dunkereen subject as to said mortgage annuity said shares in the Cork Gas Comsumers Company and said debentures in the Cork and Macroom Railway Company to my just debts, funeral, and testamentary expenses and to have legacies of £50 each in my said will mentioned and subject as to said perpetual annuity to the life use of my dear wife Ellen Hornibrook administrator
    To my trustees administrators named in trust as to one fifth part of said mortgage annuity of four hundred pounds to said shares in the Cork Comsumers Gas Company and debentures / subject as aforesaid / and as to one fourth part of said policy of insurance, houses in Bandon, and perpetual annuity subject as aforesaid for my daughter Anne, wife of George Beamish of Meelen for her sole and separate use and benefit with favour to her of appointing same amongst her ---- and otherwise as herein.
    Now I hereby so far revoke the said bequeaths to or in favour of my said daughter Anne in the powers of appointment dependent thereon and of distribution in case of the now ----- thereof and I hereby authorize and empower my said trustees with the council of my said daughter, if then living but should she be then dead, then at their own decision to pay to or permit the said George Beamish to ----- and be paid the portion of said monies and property when received or converted into cash so deemed and bequeathed into or in trust for my said daughter Anne by my aforesaid will and which I hereby give have devise and bequeath to him the said George Beamish provided he makes a ------ forgiveness for his said wife and her paid by him out of his said lands of Meelen and its ---- denominations in house.
    ( ½ line missing)
    My said daughters or the daughters or daughter for the time being of my said will if ------ to portion and divide or to join with any other person or persons in part or dividing any portion of my estate and property so divided and bequeathed to them in trust by my said wife and to do and execute all Acts, deeds, matters or things ----- for the purpose in witness whereof I have hereto subscribed my name this nineteenth day of March 1875 (March 19, 1875) and save as hereby altered or revoked I ratify my aforesaid will in all respects.
    _______ John T Hornibrook _______
    Signed, published and declared by the said testator John Thomas Hornibrook so and for a Codicil to his last will and testament in presence of me who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other all being present at the same time have hereto subscribed our names to witness the word “fifth” on the 19th line of the first page having been struck out and the worth “fourth” between the 18th and 19th lines of same page having been inserted
    ______ Samuel Payne ________
    ______ William Payne _________
    be it known on the 14th day of November 1876 (November 14, 1876) the last will and testament and one codicil hereonto annexed of John Thomas Hornibrook late of Bandon in the County of Cork Esquire deceased who died on or about the 13th October 1876 at same place and who at the time of his death had a fixed place of abode at same place within the said district of Cork was formed and registered in the said District Registry of Cork attached to her Majesty’s Court of Probate and that the administration of all and singular the personal Estate and effects of the said deceased was granted by the aforesaid court to Ellen Hornibrook also of same place, widow, and Thomas Hornibrook of Kinsale in said county Esquire, the surviving executors named in the said will, they having been first sworn will and faithfully to administer the same by paying the joint debts of the deceased and the legacies contained in his Will and Codicil and to exhibit a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the said estate and effects and to render, a just and true account thereof whenever required by law so to do John Hornibrook the remaining executor living and in the lifetime of testator
    Sworn under £4000


    Father: Thomas Hornibrook b: ABT 1755 in Cork, Ireland
    Mother: FNU LNU

    Marriage 1 Ellenor Wiseman b: ABT 1796 in Annesville, Cork Co., Ireland
    • Married: 2 JAN 1821 in Knockavilly, County Cork, Ireland
    • Note:
      Irish Records Extraction Database
      about John Thomas Hornibrook
      Name: John Thomas Hornibrook
      Sex: Male
      Marriage: 1820
      Marriage Place: Diocese of Cork & Ross, County Cork, Ireland
      Spouse: Ellenor Wiseman
      Source: Albert Eugene Casey, Eleanor L. Downey-Prince, and Ursula Dietrich.. Index of O'Kief, Coshe Mange, Slieve Lougher and Upper Blackwater in Ireland. 16 vols. Birmingham, Alabama: Knocknagree Historical Fund, 1952-1971.
    Children
    1. Has Children Thomas Hornibrook b: 30 NOV 1821 in Rockfort House,Cork Co., Ireland
    2. Has Children Frances Anne Hornibrook b: 23 APR 1825 in Rockfort, Cork Co., Ireland
    3. Has Children John Wiseman Hornibrook b: 20 FEB 1827 in Rockfort, Cork Co., Ireland
    4. Has No Children Mary Jane Hornibrook b: 28 OCT 1828 in Ireland
    5. Has Children Margaret Wiseman Hornibrook b: 16 APR 1833 in Ireland
    6. Has Children Ellen Victoria Hornibrook b: 22 FEB 1840 in Rockfort, Cork Co., Ireland