Daniel CONNER, 1804

British King
George II
from June 11, 1727 CE (June 22, 1727) to October 25, 1760

MarriageMary PENNEFATHERView this family
February 6, 1779

Birth of a sonRichard CONNER

Birth of a daughterLady Catherine CONNER
about 1785
Marriage of a childRear Admiral Sir Frederick Lewis MAITLANDLady Catherine CONNERView this family
April 1804
British King
George III
from October 25, 1760 to January 29, 1820 (15 years after death)

Death May 1804
Family with parents
Family with Mary PENNEFATHER
Marriage MarriageFebruary 6, 1779
3 years
5 years
Birth: about 1785Ballybricken, Cork, Ireland
Death: March 6, 1865Fife
Shared note

James and George Richard Pain designed the Manch House, atBallineen, in West Cork, which was built for Daniel Conner in1826. [M. Bence-Jones, p. 200](The Crawford Gallery collectioncontains two 18th century portraits of members of the Con nerfamily, presented by Miss Conner of the Manch Farm in 1987) Alsodesigned by the Pain brothers in 1826 was the small, butelegant, Anglican church at Buttevant. A number of suchchurches, mostly gothic in style, were commissioned by theChurch of Ireland Board of First Fruits, and designed by thePains; James Pain was their official architect for the Southernprovince. These same architects were also busy designing small,mainly classical, Catholic churches in county Cork during thissame period; for example, at Kinsale, Dunmanway, Bantry,Millstreet, Ovens, and the Ursuline Convent at Blackrock. [M.Craig, p. 262] The church at Kinsale is notable, as the priestresponsible for its construction, Fr. McNamara, became friendlywith John Hogan while in Rome in the autumn of 1827. McNamara,who was interested in the arts, accompanied Hogan to thearchaeological excavations at Herculaneum and Pompeii. OnMcNamara's death in 1845, Hogan was to design a superb marblememorial relief which was placed in Kinsale Church. [J. Turpin,p. 58]