2 edition of Historical gleanings in Antrim and neighbourhood found in the catalog.
Historical gleanings in Antrim and neighbourhood
W. S. Smith
Facsimile reprint of work first published: Belfast, 1888.
|Statement||by W. S. Smith.|
|Contributions||North Eastern Education And Library Board. Area Resource Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||154|
Derry and Antrim Yearbook Photos. 83 likes 1 talking about this. Old photos from "The Derry and Antrim Year Book". Various Years from the 's to the 'ers: 1 RESEARCHING DERRY & LONDONDERRY ANCESTORS: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND The Plantation of Ulster and the creation of the county of Londonderry On the 28th January articles of agreement were signed between the City of London and James I, king of England and Scotland, for the colonisation of an area in the province of Ulster which was to become the county of Size: 1MB.
The Ancient Franciscan Friary Of Bun-a-margie, Ballycastle, On The North Coast Of Antrim: Being A Descriptive And Historical Notice Of This Once The Family Of Macdonnell, Earls Of Antrim [Francis Joseph Bigger, Bun-a-Margie Friary] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before 5 Volumes:An Historical Account Of The Diocese Of Down And Connor – – Total Of 2, pages. The Town Book Of The Corporation Of Belfast, – – pages. Ballyshannon: Its History And Antiquities: With Some Account Of The Surrounding Neighbourhood – – pages.
ANTRIM AND DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY In the s In THE TORPEDO PLATFORM This rather unusual ‘landmark’ can be viewed from the car park at the Lough Neagh Marina in Antrim. It is the Torpedo Platform in Antrim Bay. It was constructed during the early years of the Second World War so that the ‘Mark 8 Thermal’ torpedoes from File Size: 43KB. The "Round Tower" of Antrim is considered to be one of the most perfect in Ireland, and it is certainly a very striking feature in the neighbourhood. As St. Patrick is said to have been the founder of most of our ancient religious houses, so the "Goban Saor" is credited .
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Ballycarry Bassett's "The Book of Antrim", BALLYCARRY had a population of in It is situated on the side of a hill in the Barony of Lower Belfast, within a mile of the station of the same name, on the Carrickfergus and Larne Railway, and of the Causeway to Island Magee.
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Full text of "Gleanings in Family History from the Antrim Coast: The MacNaghtens and MacNeills" See other formats STOP Early Journal Content on JSTOR, Free to Anyone in the World This article is one of nearlyscholarly works digitized and made freely available to everyone in the world by JSTOR.
Publisher: Rev. William Beck, F.S.A.G. Published: ; Author: Rev. William Beck, F.S.A.G. Location: Bay 3; The Descent of Beck of Northern Ireland from the Patrician Family of Beck Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle) Kin to Beck of London, Stolberg, and Families of Beck in Holland in the Seventieth Century.
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The following are a list of book titles relating to Co. Antrim. The topics are varied: history, heritage, genealogy, language and some tourist guides. Some of these may be easily obtainable, some are rare and out of print.
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Swanston, W, ‘Maps of Carrickfergus’ [Co. Antrim], Mid-Antrim Part 2 further articles on Ballymena & district: Ballymena Mid-Antrim Historical Group National Library of Ireland Ir d 9: p.
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A Cozy Spot in Michigan, Antrim County. Timmer, Elsie. Gleanings from Ellsworth's Yesteryears: A History of Ellsworth's. The museum for the Bellaire Area Historical Society is located in the lower level of the Bellaire Community Hall, at N. Bridge Street. Open to the public from Memorial Day through Labor Day, the museum's hours are from 10 am - 2 pm, Tuesday through Saturday.
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Glens Of Antrim Historical Society. K likes. Our society was formed inand is recognised as one of the foremost Historical Societies on the island of Ireland.
On our site you will find an Followers: K. Twelve MPs were returned to the Irish House of Commons from Co. Antrim 1 constituencies, which included one county borough (Carrickfergus), three potwalloping boroughs (Antrim, Lisburn and Randalstown) and one corporation borough (Belfast).
Electorally, Antrim was among the largest and most independent of the Irish counties and for this reason it has been treated in some detail. This is the third book in a planned series of the graveyards in North Antrim. Derrykeighan Old Churchyard has been quite different from the others in that many of the gravestones are from the 17th and 18th centuries.
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English. Antrim County, in the north west corner of Michigan's lower peninsula was formed March 8, from its parent county, Cheboygan. It was originally named Megesee County, but was later renamed after County Antrim, in Ireland.
Antrim consists of square miles with a .Abstract. When the last witchcraft trial was held at Leicester, England, in1 around people, mainly women, had been executed during the previous years.
This figure represents just over 1% of the estima people put to death for witchcraft in Europe between anda period when England held 5% of the total European population. 2 Taking into consideration that early Author: Andrew Sneddon.Historical description. DUNMURRY, a village, in that part of the parish of DRUMBEG which is in the barony of UPPER BELFAST, county of ANTRIM, and province of ULSTER, 3½ miles (N.
E.) from Lisburn, on the river Glenwater and the road from Belfast to Lisburn; containing inhabitants.