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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426. oldal - For the better ordering, directing, and governing all and all manner of things for and concerning the city and citizens of Londonderry aforesaid and the aforesaid county of Londonderry, and the Plantation to be made within the same city and county of Londonderry, and other businesses belonging to the same, We will, grant,
432. oldal - Companies' names that were so joined together to make up the said twelve proportions of money were in like manner severally written on twelve several pieces of paper, together with the sum of money disbursed by each Company, and were afterwards, in like manner, rolled, and tied up together like lots, and were brought likewise and presented in Court by the Governor in a box by themselves. And the same particulars were also written together on a sheet of paper, and subscribed with the names of the...
362. oldal - It might ease the city [London] of an insupportable burthen of persons, which it might conveniently spare, all parts of the city being so surcharged that one tradesman is scarce able to live by another ; and it would also be a means to free and preserve the city from infection...
428. oldal - Coleraine, and the 3,000 acres appointed to the same, the ferries and the fishings, we are of opinion that a division cannot be fitly made of them, but the rents and profits of them may be divided, and go amongst the several Companies...
361. oldal - Londoners woods, i i. •1. s- !..--..•/. •6. Also license for free export of all goods growing on their own lands. 7. That the Admiralty jurisdiction in the coasts of Tyrconnell, now supposed to be in the Lord Deputy by the Lord High Admiral's grant, may be transferred to them for 2 1 years. " The Land Commodities which the North of Ireland affords. 1. The country is well watered, and supplied with fuel either of trees or turf [peat]. 2. It supplies such abundance of provisions as may not only...
432. oldal - ... be. And where the sum of any Company already disbursed exceeded the last-mentioned sum, the said Company was joined to some other principal Company for the overplus ; and inasmuch as the Companies joined together to make up a proportion of money, and their sums did not altogether make up an even proportion, but some happened to be more and others less than a full proportion...
384. oldal - the committees appointed by act of common council on behalf of the mayor and commonalty of the city of London on the other," " it was agreed by the city that the sum of 20,000/.
386. oldal - City will have time during seven years to make such other reasonable demands as time shall show to be needful. 27. That the City shall with all speed set forward the plantation in such sort that there may be...
361. oldal - Lochaber] in Scotland (not far from the North of Ireland) more easily than from Norway. 9. All materials for building of ships (except tar) is there to be had in great plenty, and in countries adjoining.
363. oldal - Foyle into the counties of Coleraine, Donegal, Tyrone, Armagh, and Antrim. The City of Dublin being desolate by the slaughter of the Easterlings, who were the ancient inhabitants thereof, was given by King Henry the Second to the City of Bristol to be inhabited, which, without any charge to the King, Bristol did undertake and performed it, whose posterity doth there continue unto this day. This plantation thus performed to the perpetual commendation of Bristol, was not the least cause of...

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Editor of the ' Montgomery Manuscripts' and author of 'An Historical Account of the MacDonnells of Antrim'. Author of An Historical Account of the Plantation in Ulster.

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