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The town was ‘born’ a Protestant town and received its charter in 1613, says Mr Doyle, who explains that Boyle, also the first earl of Cork, was enormously proud of the town walls, built in the 1620s, and often boasted about their strength.
While the walls were a protective measure, they also emphasised an explicit demarcation between the local Catholic and Protestant communities.
Protestant street names, some hundreds of years old, were effectively written out of history, according to author and schoolteacher Kieran Doyle, who has just published a book on Bandon.
The street known to generations of Bandon residents as Connolly St began life as Boyle St, named after Lord Richard Boyle, one of the town’s more colourful founders.
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