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Ordnance Survey memoirs for the parishes of Desertmartin and Kilcronaghan 1836-1837

Ordnance Survey memoirs for the parishes of Desertmartin and Kilcronaghan 1836-1837

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Published by Ballinascreen Historical Society in Draperstown .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Londonderry (Northern Ireland) -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementedited by H. Richardson ; introduction by J. Frey.
    ContributionsRichardson, H., Ordnance Survey of Ireland., Ballinascreen Historical Society.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA995.L7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 94p. :
    Number of Pages94
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17864116M
    ISBN 100951175904
    OCLC/WorldCa21036055


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Ordnance Survey memoirs for the parishes of Desertmartin and Kilcronaghan 1836-1837 Download PDF EPUB FB2

These reports on the parishes of Ballinascreen, Kilcronaghan, Desertmartin, Banagher, Dungiven and Bovevagh predate the memoirs but, in many ways, are the forerunners of the reports that the OS surveyors were to make. In fact O'Donovan sent these reports to the Ordnance Survey inEnglish, Book, Illustrated edition: Ordnance Survey memoirs for the parishes of Desertmartin and Kilcronaghan / edited by H.

Richardson ; introduction by J. Frey. Get this edition User activity Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Ordnance Survey Memoirs for the Parishes of Desertmartin and Kilcronaghan, (Hardback, ) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free delivery for many products! › eBay › Books, Comics & Magazines › Non-Fiction Books. ‘Notes on the Place names of Parishes and Townlands of the county of Londonderry’ by A. Munn, (Limited edition reprint) out of print: ‘Ordnance Survey Memoirs for the Parishes of Desertmartin and Kilcronaghan, ’ out of print: ‘Images of Ballinascreen’ – Furthermore, the publication of Samuel Lewis’ two-volume A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland in weakened the case for the Memoirs.

The field officers of the Ordnance Survey, however, did gather a wealth of historical and socio-economic information for many parishes in their ://   Volume: County: Parish: Counties of S. Ulster, Monaghan: Aghabog: Parishes of Co. Down III, Aghaderg: Parishes of Co. Londonderry VI Statistal report of the parishes of Ballinascreen, Kilcronaghan, Desertmartin, Banagher, Dungiven and Boveva in the county of Londonderry by John MacCloskey (1 times) Ordnance Survey memoirs for the parishes of Desertmartin and Kilcronaghan by Hilary Richardson (1 times) Foyle College times, Londonderry, vol.

X, no.2, March (1 times) Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume Parishes of County Londonderry XI,South Londonderry: Belfast Institute of Irish Studies National Library of Ireland Ir o pp.

Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Ballynascreen, Desertlyn, Desertmartin, Kilcronaghan, Lissan: ?civilparishid=&civilparish=Faughan. Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume Parishes of County Londonderry XI Ordnance Survey memoirs for the parishes of Desertmartin and Kilcronaghan 1836-1837 book, South Londonderry: Belfast Institute of Irish Studies National Library of Ireland Ir o pp.

Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Ballynascreen, Desertlyn, Desertmartin, Kilcronaghan, Lissan: Leo Deery: The schools of Ballinascreen ?civilparishid=&civilparish=Ballyna.

H. Richardson (ed.), Ordnance survey memoirs for the parishes of Desertmartin and Kilcronaghan – (Magherafelt ). 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   The Tribes and Customs of Hy-Many, commonly called O'Kelly's Country Author: Unknown H.

Richardson (ed.), Ordnance survey memoirs for the parishes of Desertmartin and Kilcronaghan (Magherafelt ). Michael Herity (ed.), Ordnance Survey letters: letters containing information relative to antiquities collected during the progress   Volume: County: Parish: Parishes of Co.

Armagh Ballymore: Parishes of Co. Armagh Ballymyre: Parishes of Co. Armagh The North of Ireland Family History Society (NIFHS) has in its Randal Gill Library a number of topographical books about places and their names.

In the main these cover the origins of place names and Lewis’s Topographical Dictionary and extracts from the Ordnance Survey Memoirs. There also some books of historical maps. Some of the more useful books are marked in bold in the list :// Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Volume Parishes of County Londonderry XI,South Londonderry: Belfast Institute of Irish Studies National Library of Ireland Ir o pp.

Co-editor Patrick McWilliams. Ballynascreen, Desertlyn, Desertmartin, Kilcronaghan, Lissan: ?search_type=full&county=Derry. The Genealogies, Tribes and Customs of Hy Fiachrach, commonly called O'Dowda's Country.

Now first published from the Book of Lecan, in the Library from the Royal Irish Aademy, and from the genealogical manuscripts of Duald Mac Firbis, in the library of Lord Roden; with a translation and notes, and a map of Hy-Fiachrach.

John O'Donovan (ed   Kilcronaghan (from Irish Cill Chruithneacháin, meaning "Church of St. Crunathan") is a civil parish in County Londonderry, Northern ning one major settlement, Tobermore, and lying on the descending slope of Slieve Gallion, Kilcronaghan is bordered by the civil parishes of Ballynascreen, Desertmartin, Maghera, and lies within the former historic barony of   Tobermore (locally [ˌtʌbərˈmoːr], named after the townland of Tobermore) is a small village in County Londonderry, Northern lies miles ( km) south-south-west of Maghera and miles ( km) north-west of ore lies within the civil parish of Kilcronaghan and is part of Mid-Ulster was also part of the former barony of ://   Note that some of these leaseholders probably did not live in the townland, but most did.

On the 7 th and 8 th January Doctor Grey and some of the freeholders in the townland provided Thomas Fagan with the following information which was reproduced in the Ordnance Survey Memoirs   Desertmartin — This article is about the village of Desertmartin.

For the civil parish of Desertmartin, see Desertmartin (civil parish). Desertmartin Desertmartin (locally [ˈdɛzərt martn],[1] from Wikipedia.

Maghera (parish) — Maghera (from Irish: Machaire Rátha meaning plain of the fort) is a parish in County Londonderry, Northern BOOK - Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Volume Parishes of County Londonderry XI,South Londonderry Edited by Angélique Day and Patrick McWilliams This volume contains the Memoirs for 5 parishes in south Londonderry, in the shadow of Slieve Gallion and including the towns of Draperstown, part of Moneymore, and   ,Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Parishes of County Londonderry I, Ancient Cave.

In Ballygillen More and holding of John Tracy there stands the ruins of a cave. It was built with rough land stones and roofed with long flat stones and seemed to divide into different apartments. There are 68 feet of the ruins at Full text of "History of Magherafelt, Ireland" See other formats Contains as an insert a handwritten four page letter dated re the book and issues relating to research on the family.

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The Ordnance Survey Memoirs for the Parishes of Desertmartin and Kilcronaghan A one name study of Fergusons of Derry (Londonderry) Fergusons of Derry (Londonderry) Ref: MG 24 I 58, 52 Ordinance Survey documents in the Royal Irish Army, Dublin.

List of emigrants from Londonderry parishes, John FERGUSON, New York, Lists of Emigrants Extracted from the Ordance Survey Memoirs for Counties ~colin/genealogy/FergusonsOfIreland/   Ordinance Survy Memoirs of Ireland Parishes of Londonderry (x) vol 34) The Mass rock dates back to and known locally as the ‘Old Altar’ is also in the townland of Glenkeen.

During the Penal Years of the C17th. Mass was celebrated here. In the ordinance survey map of mention is made of an altar in the ‘Birchwood’ Full text of "Armagh clergy and parishes: being an account of the clergy of the Church of Ireland in the Diocese of Armagh, from the earilest period, with historical notices of the several parishes, churches, &c" See other   Etymology.

Tobermore is named after the townland of Tobermore which is an anglicisation of the Irish words tobar meaning "well" and mór meaning "big/great", thus Tobermore means "big/great well".

During the seventeenth century, Tobermore was also known as Tobarmore and Tubbermore, with Tubbermore being the preferred usage of the Masonic Order even to this :// Category: Church of Ireland Graveyards St. Lurach’s Funerals. The parish is bounded on the north by Killyleagh, on the west by Ballinascreen and Kilcronaghan, on the south-east by Ballyscullion and Termoneeny, and on the east by Tamlaght-o’-Crilly, all in the diocese of Derry.

According to the Ordnance Survey Memoirs ofThe Tribes and Customs of Hy-Many, commonly called O'Kelly's Country, from the Book of Lecan with translation and notes and a map of Hy-Many (Dublin ; reprinted by Tower Books, Cork ; reprinted by Irish Genealogical Foundation, Kansas City, Missouri, c.

Ordnance survey memoirs for the parishes of Desertmartin and Kilcronaghan Search our Irish Genealogy Databases. Our Family History records incl. birth, death & marriage records for Antrim & Down and gravestone inscriptions for Northern :// The church is located on the left hand side of the street, just before the road rises up the hill on the road to Draperstown.

The current Presbyterian church was built in The Ordnance Survey memoires of describe the church as being “.a plain white building with Full text of "Ordnance survey of the county of Londonderry" See other formats   List of townlands in County Londonderry.

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The Ordnance Survey Memoirs for the Parishes of Desertmartin and Kilcronaghan The numbers refer to the King's Collection of Maps and Drawings 51 is the number of the volume, and 34 the drawing in the volume.

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