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Philip de Capel one of Robert FitzStephens companions in Cjus 500 Norman invasion of Ireland inobtained a grant of Killeagh in and Capel Island was named after him.
The de Capels came from Normandy to Kent and thence to Ireland.
Killeagh and its early history is dealt with later. The peculiar name comes from the method in which the site was chosen by Margaret Fitzgerald, youngest daughter of Edmund fitzjohn Fitzgerald, son and heir of the last official Seneschal of Imokilly. As he had no heir he is said to have divided his property between his threes daughters and gave them a choice of location.
She married Edmend Supple and the proceeded to build the fortified tower house which is now the ruin of Ightmurragh. This was completed inbut they were hardly settled before they were attacked by Parliamentary forces Cromwell.
Poor Margaret boasted she would build a castle far superior to that of her father or elder sisters.
So falls the vanity of human nature. The Norman de Capels became Supple in time and their actual connection to the Ightermurragh area seems to date from earlier that the 17th century. The exact meaning is uncertain; it could mean one who lives near a church or, more likely, a laicised cleric.
A common misconception regarding many such surnames is that all bearers descend from a single ancestor. This is a surname in the category of Cjus 500 Anglo-Norman cognomen and multiple origins are much more likely.
Individuals of the surname are recorded in Norfolk and Sussex in England during the 13thcentury in what was a superficial survey and there are likely to have been other families of the name in other shires. Even in Ireland there appear to have been several distinct families bearing the surname introduced by the Anglo-Normans and it is probable that no connexion existed between these.
This is clear in the case of the Cork, Meath and Limerick Supples, three distinct groups who can be traced back very early in the conquest and between whom no connection can be discovered.
The de la Chapelles: The Supples of Cork long held their ancestral lands and preserved a tradition that their first ancestor was one Philip de la Chapelle, who came to Ireland with Robert FitzStephen when the latter conquered Cork in the period Sadly this ancient deed does not appear to have survived.
Confirmation of this comes trom a much earlier source in the shape of a common bench court case of in which James de la Chapelle was being sued by another local lord for Athmoyn in Co.
Cork, a now lost place name but which must have been part of the manor of Killeagh or of Ightermurrogh. He must have been head of the family and held this position in addition to his tenancy.
The basis of this tenancy was military tenure or knight service. The fees held by the de la Chapelles centered on the Anglo-Norman manorial village of Killeagh with its church and another manor and church a few miles to the south west, at Ightermurrogh, two distinct parcels of land which lay near each other but did not adjoin.
Two further records, both ofalso concern the family. These are minor court cases concerning the claim of Philip de la Chapelle to lands at Dangandonovan and John de la Chapelle to lands at Cnockanmactire the modem Knockane, between Killeagh and Castlemartyr.
Both places are on the western boundaries of the Chapelle estates here and these records indicate that both men seem to have had an interest in the Chapelle estate at this time. All of this can be put together into a coherent pedigree with the help of yet another court case trom Strangely, this does not concern the main Chapelle estate but the ploughland of Killotteran in Co.
This was part of the estate of the bishop of Lismore and in the latter year he sued John de la Chapelle and his son, another John, for Killotteran.
The court-case contains many genealogical details which help us to untangle the early generations of the family. Under feudal law when a tenant died leaving a minor under 21 heir the lands reverted to their lord until the heir came of age.
In this case the bishop, as overlord, was claiming Killotteran as Philip de la Chapelle had recently died seized of the fee, leaving a minor heir. As the court-case shows, this was Philip of Killeagh as recorded in the inquisition ofthe family head. The case went in favour of the two Johns on the following grounds.
The holding was traced back to one Philip de la Chapelle, father of Philip who had recently died and also of the elder John, who were brothers.
This makes sense of the various other references above. Philip de la Chapelle, seneschal of Oglassin aroundwas he who held Killotteran until he died during the period his widow is named as Mabel in the case. He was probably a son of the first Philip who had gotten Killeagh from Robert FitzStephen around His main heir was his eldest son, Philip the third?
The references indicate that John also had an interest in the Killeagh estate and was an adult by then. Within a few years John himself was dead, as evidenced in a court-case of involving his widow, Basilia.CJUS Presentation: Police (Part 1) Transcript Slide 1 The role of law enforcement and police is to enforce the law and to provide community assistance.
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