1 edition of Ballyclare census material, 1901. found in the catalog.
Ballyclare census material, 1901.
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Londonderry, County, Library. The Reliquary appeared with some irregular frequency from to Articles on history of the Society, Pettigo, Clonmany, Carlunty School, Kilmore, lists of Queries, and of names being researched, and reviews. Gentlemen's seats and public buildings are carefully recorded, while the history and antiquity of the region is exemplified by Laa Lau church. Belfast : R.
July County Antrim Aldbourne: Halbert's Family Heritage, Crooks and Dean T. Numerous drawings. Throughs light on emigration, immigration and migration. Some of these may be easily obtainable, some are rare and out of print.
Minor shelfwear to covers, otherwise very good. Small light foreedge stain, otherwise in good condition, in a very good dustwrapper. Includes the parishes of Bovevagh and Tamlaght Finlagan. An indispensable guide to tracing family history through the public records by a professional genealogist.
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Copious Appendices. Autographed dedication from the author on the ffep. Searight and G. Belfast: The Institute of Irish Studies, The family seems to have come from the Comber area of north County Down, in Ireland, and part of the family emigrated to South Carolina.
A branch of the O'Neills of Tyrone migrated to Clandeboye in the 14th century, and ruled it for a time. Pictorial glazed card covrs.
Frontispiece photograph. Gentlemen's seats and public buildings are carefully recorded, while the history and antiquity of the region is exemplified by Laa Lau church.
A scarce volume and a useful resource.
Profusely illustrated. Gold-blocked blue boards, in very good condition, in a very good dustwrapper, almost as new. The Memoirs record landscape, buildings and antiquities, land-holdings and population, and employment and livelihood of the parishes.
Foy, R. You can use your browser to search for a particular word or you can read through the list. A realistic recollection of growing up in Ascendancy Ireland. The First World War would soon dramatically change everything, leading some to see England's difficulty as Ireland's opportunity.
Down and Lisburn items in The Northern Star Wear to spine extremities, otherwise good. A little dusty otherwise good. In two olumes. A single bound volume.
Antrim Poor Law Union. Nineteen illustrations.
Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies, Lynegar, Charles Cormac O'Luinin1901. book. You can watch the item lists of auction houses, or those on inter-net auction sites. New York: January Vol. McCahan, Robert.- - - - - - - - - - book binders and artistic leather workers, 26 Fountain Street Hegarty, Patrick, publican, 32 Albert Street C.
A., watch maker, material dealer, 5 Rosemary Street; res., 58 Belmont Avenue Heron, Alex., painter, 19 Cherryville Street Heron, Andrew, plumber, WEB PAGE GUESTS This file was updated June 16, It contains over 1, entries for the surname BOYD.
The majority of entries are for Counties Antrim and Armagh, but there are entries for Down, Tyrone, and Derry, with miscellaneous others. There are about entries for the surname MCCLELLAND and about for WARNOCK. There also are a few LOCKHARTS. some notes concerning the terrier or ledger book of down and connor which relate tothe northern and eastern parts of the dioscese Compiled by Hugh A Boyd The Terrier originally made out in “ of great value as a connecting link between the records before and after the Reformation,showing the condition of the Dioscese.“.
Ferguson Kennedy is an enigma. The census shows him as a year-old living with his widowed mother Mary Ann Montgomery at Slatt, Ballymena, and the census records Ferguson Kenney, the d in his name omitted, as a 7-year-old at Slatt and living with his mother, widow Mary A Montgomery.
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Country: Northern Ireland. 8 maps. Gold-blocked brown boards, in a very good dustwrapper. This is a rare book. Rev. Mullin wrote this title, and an earlier book, "The Kirk and Parish of Ballyrashane", as a major study of this area.
This book endevours to trace something of the farms in the district and of the families who farmed them.