2 edition of Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Volume 22: Co Londonderry VI found in the catalog.
April 1, 1993
by Dufour Editions
Written in English
|Contributions||Angelique Day (Editor), Patrick McWilliams (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
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. 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.
Some of the Ordnance Survey memoirs of parishes in Cos Antrim and Londonderry contain lists of emigrants who left in the 's; 5 volumes listing the passengers on William McCorkell's ships leaving Londonderry between and have survived but the addresses ascribed to passengers refer only to the town in which they booked passage. 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.
T Passenger Lists from Belfast, Cork, Limerick, Londonderry, Newry, Sligo, Warrenpoint to USA, T /1 Volume containing census information for United Parish of Rathespick with Russagh, Co. Westmeath, together with genealogical and emigrant information, Ordnance Survey of Ireland (Volume 38) by Patrick McWilliams and Angelique Day, pages, It covers the memoirs of 14 civil parishes in North Donegal County published by the Institute of Irish Studies, Belfast (). Reference S3/1/1al [book] and ISBN
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In my view, the memoirs for Co. Londonderry when used in conjunction with the Census Returns, the Tithe Books, the Townland Valuation, of the s, the first edition of the Ordnance Survey map and the British Parliamentary Papers provide comprehensive evidence of life and work in Pre-Famine times.
Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol County Londonderry VI, They were written in the s to accompany the 6" Ordnance Survey maps, but with one exception were not published at the time.
In this new edition they act as a nineteenth-century Domesday book and are essential to the understanding of the cultural. Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Volume 6: Co Londonderry I: Magherafelt & district by Patrick McWilliams avg rating — 0 ratings — published Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol.
Parishes of County Londonderry VI, North-East Londonderry by Angélique Day: Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. Parishes of County Antrim VIII,Ballymena and West Antrim by Angélique Day: Dublin, a maritime county, in the province of Leinster, is bounded on the north by Co.
Meath, on the east by the Irish Sea, on the south by Co. Wicklow and on the west by counties Kildare and Meath. Its greatest length from Kippure Mountain on the south to the Delvin River near Balbriggan is 32 miles; and its greatest breadth from Howth Head to. Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Parishes of County Londonderry VI;, Day, Angelique & Patrick McWilliams The Institute of Irish Studies, Belfast, NIR, UK, Vol.
Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Parishes of Co. Londonderry VII,North-West Londonderry by Day, Angelique [Editor]; McWilliams, Patrick [Editor]; Dobson, Noirin [Editor]; and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Full text of "Ordnance survey of the county of Londonderry" See other formats.
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to the Ordnance Survey parish memoirs, by Brian Trainor [Belfast]:Northern Ireland Public Record Office, Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol 3 Parishes of County Down ISouth Down.
First published in Londonderry by 22 cms. hardback, no dustwrapper. Stratton, FJM: Biographical History of Gonville and Caius College Volume VI.
Cambridge: Gonville and Caius College, viii + pp. 27 x cm. Admissions. ORDNANCE SURVEY MEMOIRS OF IRELAND: PARISHES OF CO. LONDONDERRY VI, Vol. Day, Angelique & Patrick McWilliams editors DAY IRELAND: ORDNANCE SURVEY MEMOIRS OF IRELAND: PARISHES OF CO. LONDONDERRY VII Vol. Day, Angelique & Patrick McWilliams editors DAY IRELAND: ORDNANCE SURVEY MEMOIRS.
Toggle navigation. Login; BOOKS Ireland/Irish. BOOK - Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Volume Parishes of County Londonderry VI,North-East Londonderry Edited by Angélique Day and Patrick McWilliams This volume contains the Memoirs for 5 parishes in north-east Londonderry.
Centres covered include Aghadowey, Agivey, Ballyrashane and Macosquin. Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Vol. 22 Parishes of Co. Londonderry VI:,AngГ©lique Day, Patrick McWilliams,Travel, pages.
The Ordnance Survey Memoirs are a uniquely detailed source for the history of the northern half of. 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. Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol Parishes of County Antrim X,East Antrim Glynn, Inver, Kilroot and Templecorran 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.
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Moody: A New History of Ireland: Volume VI: Ireland Under the Union, II: by W. A New Genealogical Atlas of Ireland: Mitchell, Brian W2m: Irish Emigration Lists,Lists of Emigrants Extracted from the Ordnance Survey Memoirs for Counties Londonderry and Antrim.
Mitchell, Brian Mitch: The Mitchell-Doak Group, History, Biography, Genealogy: Mitchell, Harry. London. Eyre & Spottiswoode. Folio. p.p and 7 folding maps, 6 relating to lands in County galway and Mayo and a fine coloured ordnance survey map of Ireland 48 x 63cms. Quarter blue linen, green boards.
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Michael Herity (ed.), Ordnance Survey letters: letters containing information relative to antiquities collected during the progress of the Ordnance Survey [by John O'Donovan, Eugene Curry, Thomas O'Connor, Patrick O'Keeffe and others], with an Introduction and.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.