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Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Volume 14: Co Fermanagh II

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Ireland, British & Irish history, Local history, Travel & holiday guides, Europe - Ireland, History - General Hi
ContributionsAngelique Day (Editor), Patrick McWilliams (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL8285534M
ISBN 100853893934
ISBN 139780853893936

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Vol. Parishes of Co. Fermanagh II: [Angelique Day, Patrick McWilliams] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Ordnance Survey Memoirs are a uniquely detailed source for the history of the northern half of Ireland immediately before the Great Famine.

They were written in the s to accompany the Ordnance Survey maps. "The Memoirs are a uniquely detailed source for the history of the northern half of Ireland immediately before the Great Famine.

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They were written in the 's to accompany the 6" ordnance survey maps, but with one exception were not published at the time. Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. Parishes of County Fermanagh II, Lower Lough Erne by Angélique Day 14 Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol.

Parishes of County Londonderry IV,Roe Valley Upper: Dungiven by Angélique Day. Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Volume Co Fermanagh II: Lower Lough Erne Day, Angelique (Editor)/ McWilliams, Patrick (Editor) Published by Ulster Historical Foundation (). Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. Parishes of County Antrim XIV,Carrickfergus by Angélique Day.

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume 5: Parishes of County Tyrone I,North, West & South Tyrone: Belfast Institute of Irish Studies National Library of Ireland Ir o pp.

Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. BOOK - Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Volume Parishes of County Tyrone II,Mid and East Tyrone This volume contains the Memoirs for 18 parishes in mid and east Tyrone describing Aughnacloy, Ballygawley, Beragh and Caledon, as well as the areas adjacent to Lough Neagh and including the important towns of Coalisland.

Thomas Hall B - Ma /44 P - Yorkshire, England M - Nov. P - Tyrone County., Ireland D - P - Washington County, PA(USA) Wife: Sarah Keyes B - Feb.

10, P - Tyrone County, Ireland D - P - Washington County, PA(USA) Children: Mary Hall B - Dec. P - Tyrone County, Ireland M - Adam Weir D - P - Washington County, PA(USA) James Hall B - Feb. 3, P. Extracts from: The Dublin Fishery Company By J.

HUGHES. Published in: DUBLIN HISTORICAL RECORD AUGUST, Vol: XII, No. On the 2nd of November, in the yeara small number of gentlemen met at the Leinster Tavern, also known as Morrison’s Volume 14: Co Fermanagh II book, in Dawson Street, to consider proposals to form a company for the better supply of the Dublin Market with fresh fish.

Coordinates Drummully or Drumully (Irish: Droim Ailí; "rocky ridge") is an electoral division (ED) in the west of County Monaghan in Ireland Known as the sixteen townlands to locals and as Coleman's Island to the security forces, it is a pene-enclave almost completely surrounded by County Fermanagh in Northern the partition of Ireland in the s, the Monaghan–Fermanagh.

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Angelique Day: Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume Parishes of County Donegal II,Mid, West & South Donegal: Belfast Institute of Irish Studies National Library of Ireland Ir o pp. Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Parishes of County Antrim VI;, Day, Angelique & Patrick McWilliams & Noirin Dobson: The Institute of Irish Studies, Belfast, NIR, UK,Vol.

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Bookworm Published in Issue 1 (January/February ), Reviews, Volume Angélique Day, Glimpses of Ireland’s past: the Ordnance Survey memoir drawings: topography and technique (Royal Irish Academy, €30 pb, pp, ISBN ).

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, Toggle navigation. Login; BOOKS Ireland/Irish. Ardtrea Parish Ordnance Survey Memoir,NL Ir. 0 6. Belmore, Earl of, Parliamentary Memoirs of Fermanagh and Tyrone,Dublin, Drumquin - A Collection of Writings and Photographs of the Pst, NL Ir.

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(ed.), A Clogher Record Album: a. A daily news blog about genealogy, family history and personal heritageAuthor: Chris Paton. Ordnance survey memoirs of Ireland, Volume Four, Parishes of County Fermanagh I, Institute of Irish Studies in association with the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, [p.

87]. See also page 34 covering the Parish of Drummully which gives further details concerning the. Full text of "Parliamentary Memoirs of Fermanagh and Tyrone, from to " See other formats. Finding Places: Maps, Gazetteers, and Ordnance Survey Memoirs.

Bartholomew, John. Philip's Handy Atlas of the Counties of Ireland,is book number E3b. Also on film #, Census of Ireland, Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns of Ireland.

Shows the civil parish, city, and county in which a townland is located. The Glynns Volume 1 () INDEX of THE GLYNNS Vol. 1 The Glynns Volume 14 () INDEX of THE GLYNNS Vol. THE O’NEILLS OF GLENARIFF: Maire McNeill: In response to demand after the Ordnance Survey Memoirs published in Volume Same format – English – Irish – translations.

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol Parishes of County Antrim X,East Antrim Glynn, Inver, Kilroot and Templecorran Day, Angelique The Ordnance Survey Memoirs of describe its ‘irregular, ill-built houses devoid of wealth or comfort’, the burgeoning outlying hovels built of sods and muck.

The Famine began a half-century of local decline, whilst during the Great War far more men seem to have returned than were lost locally. Uncommon Baltimore Area Yearbook. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tabSeller Rating: % positive.

Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol 3 Parishes of County Down ISouth Down. Co Fermanagh: Holywell and Mullaghdun, Volume 2, No 5. ii + 98 pp. x cm. Good, in pictorial laminated card covers. Articles include: John Ballance Prime Minister of New Zealand; Moravians in Ulster and North Carolina; Needlework and.

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.

The mistaken date of originates in the ordnance survey memoirs, which state, from information supplied by local residents inthat Wilmont was built 'about eighty years ago'. Stewart gravestone, Drumbeg Parish Church. Recorded in George Benn, History of Belfast,p.

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The Ordnance Survey Memoirs. A townland survey of Ireland was begun in with maps at the scale of 6", to facilitate a uniform valuation for local taxation.

The Ordnance Survey Memoirs were written descriptions intended to accompany the maps, containing information necessary to clarify place-names and other distinctive features, which could.Intwo detachments of Royal Engineers were dispatched from their English headquarters and sent to Dublin to undertake the first Ordnance Survey of Ireland.

This Survey aimed to set new standards for topographical mapping: however there was an anxiety to make the maps a standard of orthography as well as of topography. Placenames were to be examined and 'rectified' with the same ardour.McCaul, also spelt MacCawell is an Irish surname, derived from the Gaelic Mac Cathmhaoil, meaning the "son of Cathmhaol", descendant of being implied.

The name Cathmhaoil itself is derived from cath mhaol meaning "battle chief". The Mac Cathmhaoil were the leading family of Cenél Fearadhaigh, of the Uí Néill, and were based around Clogher in modern-day County Tyrone, Northern of origin: Tyrone, Ulster, Ireland.