John Colbert

(circa 1830 - 6 September 1869)
     John Colbert was born circa 1830 in Waterford.
     John died on 6 September 1869 in Breda Ardagh, Templemichael, Waterford.

John Colbert

(circa 1799 - 25 July 1869)
     John Colbert was born circa 1799.
     John died on 25 July 1869 in the Workhouse, Waterford, Waterford.

John Colbert

(circa 1849 - 20 March 1869)
     John Colbert was born circa 1849.
     John died on 20 March 1869 in Templeglantine, Abbeyfeale, Limerick.

John Colbert

(circa 1829 - 2 May 1902)
     John Colbert was born circa 1829 in Cork, Ireland.      
John Colbert He may be the John Colbert, leasing 68 acres with a house from John Nason, plus 2 vacant houses (6.a.b.c) in the Griffith Valuation. He seems too young to be the John in the Tithe Aopplotment Books but is close to Edmund (92 acres) and the McAuliffes. in 1853.
John Colbert married Kate Twomey before 1865.
     John died on 2 May 1902 in Ballymonteen, Ballynoe, Fermoy RD, Corl, Ireland. He was a widowed farmer, aged 73.

Children of John Colbert and Kate Twomey

John Colbert (of Clonmult)

(before 1810 - after 1831)
     John Colbert (of Clonmult) was born before 1810 in Cork, Ireland.
     John Colbert (of Clonmult) was assessed under the Tithe Commutation Act between 1823 & 1837 in Donickmore, Clonmult, Cork, in 1831..
     John died after 1831 in Clonmult, Cork, Ireland.

John Colbert (of Conna)

(before 1838 - )
     John Colbert (of Conna) was born before 1838 in Cork, Ireland.
John Colbert (of Conna) married Elizabeth Sheehan. John was present at John Colbert (of Conna)'s christening on 28 December 1856 in Conna, Cork, Ireland. John was present at Catherine Colbert's christening on 13 March 1859 in Conna, Cork.

Children of John Colbert (of Conna) and Elizabeth Sheehan

John Colbert (of Conna)

(28 December 1856 - )
     John Colbert (of Conna) was christened on 28 December 1856 in Conna, Cork, Ireland. He was the son of John Colbert (of Conna) and Elizabeth Sheehan.

John Colbert (of Conna)

(7 March 1847 - )
     John Colbert (of Conna) was christened on 7 March 1847 in Conna, Cork, Ireland. He was the son of Daniel Colbert and Brigid Neville.

John Colbert (of Conna)

(before 1825 - )
     John died in Ballynoe, Kinnatalloon, Cork, Ireland.
He could be either of Ballymonteen or Kilphillibeen, Ballynoe.
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John Colbert (of Conna) married Johanna Quinlan. John Colbert (of Conna) was born before 1825 in Cork, Ireland. John was present at Abby Colbert's christening on 23 June 1844 in Conna, Cork, Ireland. John was present at Catherine Colbert's christening on 6 September 1846 in Conna, Cork. John was present at Thomas Colbert's christening on 2 March 1849 in Conna, Cork. John was present at Michael Colbert (of Conna)'s christening on 5 October 1851 in Conna, Cork.

Children of John Colbert (of Conna) and Johanna Quinlan

John Colbert (of Conna)

(circa 1835 - )
     John Colbert (of Conna) was born circa 1835 in Cork, Ireland.
John Colbert (of Conna) married Catherine Twomey. John was present at Patrick Colbert's christening on 12 April 1857 in Conna, Cork, Ireland. John was present at Margaret Colbert's christening on 15 September 1858 in Conna, Cork. John was present at Eileen? Colbert's christening on 20 March 1860 in Conna, Cork. John was present at Mary Colbert's christening on 29 March 1863 in Conna, Cork. John was present at Brigid Colbert's christening on 2 February 1865 in Conna, Cork. John was present at Jeremiah Colbert (of Conna)'s christening on 13 February 1868 in Conna, Cork. John was present at John Colbert (of Conna)'s christening on 31 December 1870 in Conna, Cork.

Children of John Colbert (of Conna) and Catherine Twomey

John Colbert (of Conna)

(31 December 1870 - 1941)
     John Colbert (of Conna) married Mary Beausang in Lisquinlan, Ladysbridge, Cork. They settled on the farm that Mary inherited from her aunt in Lisquinlan, Ladysbridge, Co Cork. They had 6 daughters and 1 son.      
John Colbert (of Conna) and John Colbert was assessed in the Griffith Valuation of Ireland in 1853 in Ballymonteen, Ballynoe, Cork, Ireland. He is possibly the Michael listed in the 1850 Griffith Valuation at Ballymonteen, Ballynoe who leased 92 acres with a house & offices, from John Nason Esq. He sublet to Edmund Colbert and Maurice Ahern. John Colbert also leased 68 acres from John Nason with 2 vacant houses. A William McAuliffe wa next on the list, also leasing from Johnm Nason.
This is unlikely to be the same Edward, I suspect that Michael Colbert (92 acres in 1853) is the son of the Edward Colbert (92 acres in 1833), John is probably another son with 68 acres, and Edmund with a only a house on Michael's land is a grandson of the first Edmund or the Michael's younger brother.. John Colbert (of Conna) was christened on 31 December 1870 in Conna, Cork, Ireland. He was the son of John Colbert (of Conna) and Catherine Twomey.
     John died in 1941 in Cork, Ireland.

John Colbert (of Conna)

(9 September 1864 - )
     John Colbert (of Conna) was born on 9 September 1864 in Ballynoe RD, Cork, Ireland. He was christened on 10 September 1864 in Conna, Cork, Ireland. He was the son of Daniel Colbert and Mary Mead.

John Colbert (of Curraglass)

(before 1810 - after 1830)
     John Colbert (of Curraglass) was born before 1810 in Cork, Ireland.
     John died after 1830 in Curraglass, Mogeely, Cork, Ireland.

John Colbert (of Dangandonovan)

(before 1806 - )
     John Colbert (of Dangandonovan) was born before 1806 in Cork, Ireland.
     John Colbert (of Dangandonovan) was assessed under the Tithe Commutation Act between 1823 & 1837 in Ballyre, Dangandonovan, Cork, in 1827..

John Colbert (of Dangandonovan)

(before April 1749 - 12 April 1785)
     John Colbert (of Dangandonovan) was born before April 1749 in Cork, Ireland.
     John died on 12 April 1785 in Dangandonovan, Cork, Ireland.

Child of John Colbert (of Dangandonovan)

John Colbert (of Dromtarriff)

(circa 1788 - 1878)
     John Colbert (of Dromtarriff) was born circa 1788 in Cork, Ireland. He was the son of Dromtariffe Colbert.
     John Colbert (of Dromtarriff) was assessed under the Tithe Commutation Act between 1823 & 1837 in Ducleagh, Dromtarriffe, Cork, in the 1830s..
John Colbert (of Dromtarriff) married Joanna Mahony circa 1840 in Cork.
     John died in 1878 in Kanturk, Dromtarriffe, Cork, Ireland.

Children of John Colbert (of Dromtarriff) and Joanna Mahony

John Colbert (of Dromtarriff)

(circa 1837 - 1897)
     John Colbert (of Dromtarriff) was born circa 1837 in Dromtarriff/Drumtarrif, Cork, Ireland.
     John died in 1897 in Kanturk, Dromtarriffe, Cork, Ireland.

John Colbert (of Dungourney)

(circa 1840? - after 1896)
     John Colbert (of Dungourney) was born circa 1840? In Glenaphuca, Dungourney, Cork, Ireland. He was the son of John Colbert (of Dungourney) and Mary Unknown.      
John Colbert (of Dungourney) paid the Griffith Valuation tax in 1850 in Glenaphuca, Dungourney Cork. In the 1850 valuation John Colbert jr. with the trustees of the Viscount Midleton leased 111 acres of land and a house & offices in Glenaphuca, from the Trustees. He sublet a house and garden to Catherine Ahern, and the Trustees sublet a house and garden to Elizabeth Colbert. There was also a John Colbert leasing a house and garden from Patrick Smithwick in Dungourney townland.
     John died after 1896. The Colberts of Glenaphuca were better known as "Colberts of the Glen". It was on their farm in Nov 1896 that the Rev. Edmond Barry PP Rathcormac first
observed that a pillar supporting an out-house bore Ogham markings, an
astuteness of vision that gave the so-called Rathcanning Ogham to archaeology. John Colbert, aged 75, was the then occupier of the Glenaphuca farm (which incidently is no longer in Colbert hands). This John is very likely the same who erected the monumental inscription to Patrick Colbert..

John Colbert (of Dungourney)

(before May 1743 - 18 May 1818)
      The Colberts of Glenaphuca were better known as "Colberts of the Glen".
. John Colbert (of Dungourney) was born before May 1743 in Cork, Ireland.
John Colbert (of Dungourney) married Johannah Donovan?.
     John died on 18 May 1818 in Glenaphuca, Dungourney, Cork, Ireland. He was buried in Dangandonovan, Cork, Ireland.

Child of John Colbert (of Dungourney) and Johannah Donovan?

John Colbert (of Dungourney)

(circa 1811 - 7 February 1880)
     John Colbert (of Dungourney) was born circa 1811 in Cork, Ireland.
John Colbert (of Dungourney) married Mary Unknown.      
John Colbert (of Dungourney) paid the Griffith Valuation tax in 1850 in Glenaphuca, Dungourney, Cork, Ireland. In the 1850 valuation John Colbert senior leases house, offices & 60 acres of land from the trustees of Viscount Midleton. One of the two other houses he sublets to Maurice Colbert which is valued at 10/- with a garden. A John Colbert, jun. leases a house, offices and 111 acres of land owned by the trustees of Viscount Midleton, Elizabeth Colbert also has a house and garden on the same block leased from the Trustees and Catherine Ahern leases a house and garden from John Colbert, jnr. valued at 5/- each. Bridget Colbert leases house, offices and 12 acres of land from the Trustees valued at £19/15/0.
Another John Colbert leased a house and garden in the townland of Dungourney from Patrick Smithwick valued at 12/-.
     John died on 7 February 1880 in Glenaphuca, Dungourney Cork. He was buried in Dangandonovan, Cork, Ireland.

Children of John Colbert (of Dungourney) and Mary Unknown

John Colbert (of Kilworth)

(before 1822 - )
     John Colbert (of Kilworth) was born before 1822 in Ireland.

Child of John Colbert (of Kilworth)

John Colbert (of Kilworth?)

     John Colbert (of Kilworth?) married Ellen Lyons on 15 February 1831 in Kilworth, Cork, Ireland.

Child of John Colbert (of Kilworth?) and Ellen Lyons

John Colbert (of Lyre, Mogeely)

(before 1810 - after 1830)
     John Colbert (of Lyre, Mogeely) was born before 1810 in Cork, Ireland.
     John Colbert (of Lyre, Mogeely) was assessed under the Tithe Commutation Act between 1823 & 1837 in Lyre, Mogeely, Cork, in 1830..
     John died after 1830 in Mogeely, Cork, Ireland.

John Colbert (of Modreeny)

(before 1810 - before 1852)
     John Colbert (of Modreeny) was born before 1810 in Tipperary, Ireland.
John Colbert (of Modreeny) married Honor Whelan on 3 March 1829 in Modreeny, Tipperary, Ireland. John was present at John Colbert's christening on 3 July 1831 in Church of Ireland, Modreeny, Tipperary, Ireland.
     John died before 1852 in Loughaun, Modreeny, Tipperary, Ireland. Honoria Colbert was head of the household in the 1852 Griffith Valuation.

Child of John Colbert (of Modreeny) and Honor Whelan

John Colbert (of Mogeely)

(before 1805 - )
     John Colbert (of Mogeely) was born before 1805 in Cork, Ireland.
     John Colbert (of Mogeely) was assessed under the Tithe Commutation Act between 1823 & 1837 in Glanachrohary, Mogeely, Cork, in 1830..

John Colbert (of Templemichael RD)

(before 1845 - )
     John Colbert (of Templemichael RD) arrived at Australia.
John Colbert (of Templemichael RD) married Mary Verling. John Colbert (of Templemichael RD) was born before 1845 in Cork, Ireland.

Children of John Colbert (of Templemichael RD) and Mary Verling

John Colbert (of Tipperary)

     John Colbert (of Tipperary) was born in Tipperary, Ireland.
     John resided at Relickmurry or Cloghleigh, Tipperary, Ireland, 1852.
     John died in Tipperary.

John Colbert (of Walshtown More RD)

(before 1845 - )
     John Colbert (of Walshtown More RD) was born before 1845 in Ireland.
John Colbert (of Walshtown More RD) married Mary Walsh (Cork) before 1866 in Ireland.
     John died in Cork, Ireland.

Child of John Colbert (of Walshtown More RD) and Mary Walsh (Cork)

John Colbert (of Walshtown More RD)

(before 1845 - )
     John Colbert (of Walshtown More RD) married Frances Morrison. John Colbert (of Walshtown More RD) was born before 1845 in Cork, Ireland.

Child of John Colbert (of Walshtown More RD) and Frances Morrison

John (Sean Padraig) Colbert

(before 1810 - 1902)
     John (Sean Padraig) Colbert was born before 1810 in Ballynoe, Kinnatalloon, Cork, Ireland. He was the son of Patrick Colbert and Mary Ahern.      
John (Sean Padraig) Colbert was assessed for the tithes in 1833 in Ballymonteen, Ballynoe, Cork. The 1833 Tithe Applotment Books at Ballymonteen, Ballynoe: John Colbert, 46 acres arable, 18 ditto, 2 bog (66 acres) paying rent of £36.18.5. Preceding him is Edmond Colbert with 92 acres. In the adjacent townland of Killaseragh there is an Edmond Colbert with 5 acres of arable land and John Colbert with 20 acres arable and 8 acres of bog. Also adjacent in Kilphilibeen is John Colbert with 56 acres arable and 13 of wetland; Daniel Colbert with 11 arable acres, & Patrick Colbert with 21 arable acres.
If this is the same John who is listed in the Griffith's Valuation, he must have been born before 1810, or perhaps he inherited his grandfather John's lease.      
John (Sean Padraig) Colbert was assessed for tax in 1850 in Ballymonteen, Ballynoe Cork. The 1850 Griffith Valuation at Ballymonteen lists John Colbert leasing a house, offices & 68 acres of land with 2 vacant cottages from John Nason, esq. Michael Colbert leases 92 acres from John Nason also. A house and small garden on his land is sublet to Edmund Colbert.
     John resided at Ballymonteen, Ballynoe Cork, 1884. He erected a monumental inscription to his family at Clonmult.
John Colbert of Ballymounteen, who erected the stone to his father Patrick and his brothers (#54) - he himself died in 1902 - was known as "Sean Padraig". He and his brothers were tough, rough and garrulous men of great strength. In the matter of physique their father Padraig (d.1864) set a good headline. On one occasion he was carting a ton of oats from Curriglass to Tallow when the horse refused the task. Undaunted, Padraig uncoupled the animal, got between the shafts himself, and hauled the load the two miles to its destination. In 1850 there are two Johns, he in Ballymounteen being on 68 acres and John in Kilphilibeen on 70 acres [Journal of the Cork Historical & Archaeological Society no.233-4 (1976) p.113].
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     John died in 1902 in Ballymonteen, Ballynoe, Cork, Ireland. He was buried in Clonmult, Cork.