1866 Skibbereen District, Marriage at the Parish Church in the Parish of Drimoleague in the County of Cork, p 347 No. 69 Dec 8
William Carson full age bach. gentleman, abode Cottage Drimoleaue, father Jas. Carson, gentleman dead
Catherine Mary Elizabeth Corkran full age spinster. gentle woman, abode Cottage Drimoleaue, father John Corckran soldier dead
 At a Vestry legally summoned and held in the Parish Church of Drimoleague on Monday the thirteenth day of April 1868 being Easter Monday it was resolved that Mr Wm Carson and Mr Wm Kenny be appointed Church Wardens for the ensuing year.
Geo. C. Nash. Curate. , William Carson William Kenny Thomas Forde
Southern Star Aug 6, 1898 Value of Land near Drimoleague
On Monday last Mr A Collins, auctioneer, sold at the Court-House, Drimoleague, a small farm, containing about 23 acres, at the judicial rent of £9 a year, by order of the County Court Judge, in an Equity suit of Skeuse v McCarthy. The farm is about a mile from the village, on the estate of Mrs Carson, and comprises part of the lands of Butlersgift. There was some very keen competition amonst Rev D Forrest, PP; Nathaniel Skuse, Jerh Donovan, Patrick McCarthy, and Andrew McCarthy, the latter being declared the purchaser at the sum of £230. Mr P J Collins, Solr., had carriage of sale.