I am researching the Ballyannon (aka. Ballyannin or Ballyannan) Kidney family, from 18th to 20th century.My grandfather, David Kidney, was born there around 1861-62. He migrated to America in 1883.His parents were Timothy and Catherine (Kate Donovan) Kidney. Family farm occupied land formerly belonging to Ballyannon Castle, built around 1650 by Sir St. John Broderick. Seeking information about Ballyannin Kidneys buried in rear of Templecurheen Cemetery (north of Carrigtwohill, on route to Labaun). One tombstone was erected by David Kidney in honor of his father Timothy Kidney who died July 17, 1838 aged 98 years, and his mother Hannah who died February 2, 1839 aged 96 years.An adjacent tombstone was erected by John & Ellen Kidney in memory of their son John who died March 10, 1841 aged 20 years. Also seeking information about my grandfather's uncle, or great uncle, who was transported to Australia for his trouble making in connection with Queen Victoria's visit to Queenstown (now Cobh) during 1849.His name may have been Philip Kidney, although the first name is uncertain. Mogeesha Parish's Tithe Applotment records suggest that Ballyannon Kidneys also might have used the Irish name of "Duane" in the early 1800s.