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Day, A, McWilliams P, and Dobson, N, editors: Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. Parishes of County Londonderry VII, South Londonderry. Belfast: The Institute of Irish Studies, xiv + pp. x 17 cm. 9 illustrations, including maps. Includes the parishes of Bovevagh and Tamlaght Finlagan. Pictorial glazed card covers.
Irish emigration lists, lists of emigrants extracted from the Ordnance Survey memoirs for Counties Londonderry and Antrim.
Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., c vii, p.,  p. of plates. CS L66 M58 ; Northern Ireland. Public Record Office. BOOK - Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Volume Parishes of County Londonderry XIV,Faughanvale Edited by Angélique Day and Patrick McWilliams This volume contains the Memoir for the parish of Faughanvale, extending eastwards from the mouth of the Faughan along the southern reaches of Lough Foyle and covering the.
Ordnance Survey of Ireland. –:a description compiled as part of the field survey for the first edition of the six inch Ordnance Survey maps and / edited and illustrated by James Boyle of the Ordnance Survey, ; with an introd.
to the Ordnance Survey parish memoirs, by Brian Trainor [Belfast]:Northern Ireland Public Record Office, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol Parishes of County Antrim X,East Antrim Glynn, Inver, Kilroot and Volume 36: Co Londonderry XIV book Day, Angelique The Memoirs, accounts of localities in the northern half of the country, have been likened to a 19th century Domesday survey of Ireland.
1 These unique records were written in the decade before the Famine (), to complement the maps drawn to a 6" scale during the first Ordnance Survey of Ireland by soldiers in the Royal Engineer Corps. London. Eyre & Spottiswoode. Folio. p.p and 7 folding maps, 6 relating to lands in County galway and Mayo and Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland fine coloured ordnance survey map of Ireland 48 x 63cms.
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Quarter blue linen, green boards. V.G. € Rhys, Professor John. Studies in Early Irish History. Dublin. / p.p Armorial B.P. "MacDomhnaill". Ordnance Survey Memoirs, The Ordnance Survey memoirs, Transcribed at the Institute of Irish Studies, Queen'sUniversity of Belfast under the direction of Angélique Day.
Plumptree, Anne, Narrative of a resident of Ireland. London, Colburn. A source which may soon become important is the Irish Ordnance Survey Memoirs. These unique records were written in the decade before the Famine (), to complement the maps drawn to a 6" scale dur- ing the first Ordnance Survey of Ireland by soldiers in the Royal Engineer Corps and also by civilians recruited to help the soldiers.
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BARRY HEWSON. Register your Interest. Date - 14 September Ordnance Survey of the County of Londonderry. By Colonel. Volume the First. Memoir of the City and North Western Liberties of Londonderry.
Calculated and enlarged from the Ordnance Survey of Ireland by Geo: and Arth. Irish Emigration Lists, Lists of Emigrants Extracted from Ordnance Survey Memoirs for Counties Londonderry and Antrim.
Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., p. Source Annotation: Date of emigration and intended destination. Footnotes: A few words about the footnotes in this Webpage are in order.
When I first began writing the book that became "Researching Strong(e) and Strang(e) in Britain and Ireland", 2nd Edition (Rootsweb), I was writing for the traditional print format, and intended the documentation to be in the form of footnotes appearing at the end of each chapter.
THE MEMOIRS OF ADMIRAL LORD CHARLES BERESFORD CHAPTER I I SEE THE FLEET I saw the Navy for the first time in the yearwhen I was twelve years old.
The Channel Squadron came into the Downs; the admiral, who was a friend of my father, invited me to visit his flagship. Parishes kept christening, marriage and burial records. 12 Ordnance Survey memoirs of Ireland, Fermanagh. p 13 O’FAOLAIN, Sean. The story of. Ramelton (Irish: Ráth Mealtain) is a town in County Donegal, population is ().
Ramelton is situated at the mouth of the river Lennon, 11 km north of Letterkenny and 4km east of Milford, on the western shore of Lough city name from Ráth Mealtain, (Irish for “fort Mealtan”), an early Gaelic fort is said to lie under the ruins of a medieval castle.
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The development of a system of popular education in Ireland, well in advance of England, transformed levels of literacy in Ireland. This is a most significant study of. O’Hanlon, John: Note on the papers of the Ordnance Survey of Ireland, illustrative of the topography of Counties Armagh, Londonderry and Donegal, Phillips, Michael: The Castle of Ballyhaly, Co.
Wexford, Barnwell, E.L.: Observations relating to the paper on the analogy between Irish Round Towers and French Fanaux de Cimetière. Ordnance Survey (page images at HathiTrust) Domesday book, or, The great survey of England of William the Conqueror A.D.
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I originally wrote it with reluctance, because I was conscious of my inability to do justice to its subject, but I though that, as a contribution. The purpose of this research is to explore the land surveying industry in eighteenth and early nineteenth-century Dublin ().
It is the aim of this research to examine in detail the history, technology, methods, processes and cartographic style of Dublin’s land surveyors during this period.
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The 19 th Light dragoons were in India from tothen England, then Canadathen returned to England. Canadian military service. John Tracey born abt Randles Town, Antrim - Canadian military service 6 Mar PETTY's LIFE.
William Petty 1 was born on Monday, 26 May,at the house of his father, a poor clothier of Romsey in Hampshire.
According to the detailed account of his childhood which he gave to Aubrey, his chief amusement consisted in “looking on the artificers, e.g. smyths, the watchmaker, carpenters, joiners, etc.”2 until he “could have worked at any of their trades.” “At.
According to the Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Castlefinn Bridge at the entrance of the town from Castlederg, is a structure of 6 water arches and 6 land ones, although only ten are visible today due to build-up of the land to the north end adjacent to the river.
The Historic Maps of the Ordnance Survey are now available online through the public library system on public access PCs. A special training day with Denis Cronin of the Ordnance Survey is being held in Naas Library on Thursday 23rd August.
Two sessions, one at 3 p.m and the second at 7 p.m will be held for libray staff and for members of the.
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Pieces of a nearly 60 year old jigsaw puzzle come together in this book, when memoirs related by one soldier fit with those of another unit or group pursuing the battle from another nearby piece. My Ancestor Moved in England or Wales, Second revised edition by Anthony J.
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Parish of Templemore by Thomas Colby The county of Londonderry in three centuries, with notices of the Ironmongers' estate by J W Kernohan ().