Mrs Hanna Quinlan, Island House
On Thursday the 9th Inst, the remains of the late much esteemed and deservedly respected lady, Mrs Hannah Quinlan, wife of Mr William Quinlan, were removed from the family residence, Island House, Derinagree, for interment at Dromtariffe cemetery. She died on Tuesday fortified by the rights of Holy Church of which she was a most zealous and exemplary member all her life. The funeral was large and representative, testifying in a striking manner to the popilarity of the deceased and to the sympathy which goes forth to her family in their affliction.
The clergy present were – very Rev. Canon Casey, PP VF Millstreet; Very Rev P White PP Dromtariffe; Rev — Scanlon CC Millstreet; Rev P Keane CC Dromtariffe.
The chief mourners were: Mr Wm. Quinlan (husband), Michael and Patrick Quinlan (sons), Mrs Ellen O’Sullivan, Cork, and Mrs Jane (??) O’Mahony, Millstreet (daughters),
Mrs Maria Quinlan (daughter in law), Miss Mary Quinlan (granddaughter), Mrs A.Duggan, Lissarda (sister), Mr. John Leary, Glenleigh; Mr Patk Leader, Kingswilliamstown; Mr Leonard Leader, Lisnashearshane (nephews); Miss Forde, Gortavehy; Miss Leader, Mrs Cornelius O’Sullivan, Flintfield, and Mrs J Hickey, Liscrea (nieces), Dr. McCarthy, Mount Prospect, Cullen; Mr John McCarthy, Rathroe House; Mr John O’Driscoll, clonbanin; Mrs Jeremiah Linehan, Kanturk; Mr John Drew, Dromskehan; Major John O’Sullivan, RAMC (Royal Medical Army Corps), James O’Sullivan, Keale; Mrs Muldoon, Boherboy; Mrs Leader, Lisnashearshane; Mrs Leader, Knocknacurracoosh (cousins).
– from the Cork Examiner St.Patrick’s Day, 17th March 1916
William Quinlan and Hannah Leader aka Johanna Lader, Johanna Leader, married 2-25-1864 in “Dernagree” and also listed for Dromtariffe, parents of
Ellen chr 1-21-1869 Dromtariffe
Pat chr 11-20-1864, he was born 11-19-1864 in Cullen District
Sarah chr 11-21-1871
– [from RootsWeb]