County Londonderry Lands and Families in Northern Ireland: Names and Locations from the Plantation of Ulster
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The Final Word From the works of George Hill on the 17th century settlement of Ulster (1609+), the entire text includes family history records and enlightening 19th century commentary. This was the third volume to the set entitled 'The Conquest of Ireland, an historical and genealogical account of the plantation in Ulster'. It is published on its own here complete due to its importance to Historical and Genealogical Research.
Special added surname index included for the first time. Approx. size 7'' x 10''. Published by the Irish Genealogical Foundation (2004). First IGF edition, First IGF printing.
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This sept, from an early time, was influential in O'Cahan's country, but had fallen
into comparative decay at the commencement of the seventeenth century. A few
of the less respectable members had taken the side of the Government in the war
See Coltons as one of O'Cahan's castles. The name signifies ' the Visitation,
edited by Reeves, pp. 48, 49. Dog's Leap." (See Coltons Visitation, edited by Dr. (
4). Annogh.— "About two miles to the north-east of Reeves, p, 129). This position
Such is Chichester's account of Sir Donell's 'country,' written when that chief was
awaiting his trial ; and although the writer affected not to know what would be the
result of O'Cahan's imprisonment in Dublin castle, on one point he seems to ...
The best time to set your trees is the woods and hills of O'Cahan's country. A few
foxes shortlie after Michaelmas : which verifyeth an old proverbe and martens
may yet be found there, but these races also in Kent, — if thou wilt a good tree
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