A branch of the family from Cork settled in Youghal during the 15th century. It flourished here from that period until the year 1642, when it entirely disappears from the scene. During the period of its settlement here, the name appears frequently in municipal affairs, both among the Mayors and Bayliffs of the town.
|1564||Thomas Coppinger.||1605||Edmund Coppinger.|
|1573||Thomas Coppinger.||1611||James Coppinger.|
|1579||Patrick Coppinger.||1615||Edward Coppinger.|
|1582||Thomas Coppinger.||1625||James Coppinger.|
|1586||Thomas Coppinger.||1628||James Coppinger.|
|1608||Edmund Coppinger.||1631||Ambrose Coppinger.|
|1620||John Copinger.||1636||Stephen Coppinger.|
|1626||Roger Coppinger.||1640||Walter Coppinger.|
The earliest member of the Cork family who appears to have had direct communication with Youghal, perhaps having a house there, was Adam Copinger. The following is the abstract of a deed to which he was a party : -
4 May, 1518. Indent. facta inter Adam Copner de Cork Merc. et Macville de Yoghill et David Tyrry de C. Mercht Testatur qd. pdcus A. cocessit ad terminu quinquajinta novem annorum pfato D. dimid'tenement qd jacet in C. in lat. inter terram Johan Mahon ex boriali inter terram pdci' Ad. ex aust' in log a strata regia ex orient ad muru regia ex occident habend. pfato D. heds ad terminum quinquaginta novem annorum. Reddend. annuatim v solidos, &c.
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