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Surnames of the United Kingdom A Concise Etymological Dictionary. 2 vols. in 1. Henry Harrison

  British Isles: Surnames of the United Kingdom: A Concise Etymological Dictionary. 2 vols. in 1. Henry Harrison 502-2580 150601L 502-2580 @

502-2580

$49.95

$34.97

The Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland [1652-1660] Third Edition CD-Win-Mac

Ireland: The Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland [1652-1660] Third Edition. . CD-Win/Mac 501-CD3495HB 150116L 502-9198 @

501-CD3495HB

$19.95

$17.96

The Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland [1652-1660], Third Edition - John P. Prendergast.

Ireland: The Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland [1652-1660], Third Edition - John P. Prendergast. 501-P5111 141001L

501-P5111

$43.00

$38.70

The Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland [1652-1660]. Third Edition. John P. Prendergast

Ireland: The Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland [1652-1660]. Third Edition. John P. Prendergast 502-9198 150116R 502-9198 @

502-9198

$54.00

$37.80

The Huguenot Settlements in Ireland. Grace Lawless Lee.

Ireland: The Huguenot Settlements in Ireland. Grace Lawless Lee. 501-L2005 140917L 502-9208 @

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$28.00

$25.20

The Huguenots Their Settlements, Churches, and Industries in England and Ireland. Samuel Smiles

  British Isles: The Huguenots: Their Settlements, Churches, and Industries in England and Ireland. Samuel Smiles 502-5430 151111L

502-5430

$41.50

$29.05

The Irish and Anglo-Irish Landed Gentry, When Cromwell Came to Ireland; Or, a Supplement to Irish Pedigrees. John O'Hart. Softcover

Ireland: The Irish and Anglo-Irish Landed Gentry, When Cromwell Came to Ireland; Or, a Supplement to Irish Pedigrees. John O'Hart. Softcover 501-O1927HB 130904F OOP 502-9367 @

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The Original Lists of Persons of Quality . Who Went from Great Britain to the American Plantation, 1600-1700. John Camden Hotten

  British Isles: The Original Lists of Persons of Quality .... Who Went from Great Britain to the American Plantation, 1600-1700. John Camde 501-H1814 160102R 113-US0107 @

501-H1814

$42.00

$38.00

The Peerage of Ireland - Mr. E. Kimber

Ireland: The Peerage of Ireland - Mr. E. Kimber 501-K1767 150806L

501-K1767

$31.00

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The People of Derry City, 1921 : Extracted from the Derry Almanac and Directory

Because the 1926 census for Northern Ireland was used for waste paper in World War II, the first census since 1911 that survives for the city and county of Londonderry is that of 1937, and this will be available for inspection in the year 2038 (unless the 100-year closure rule is waived before then). This means that each annual edition of Derry Almanac is the closest surviving census document for Derry city in the period from 1912 to 1936.

From 1868 right through to 1949 inclusive, each annual edition of the Derry Almanac and Directory contained a Street Directory, where heads of households were identified against their street address in Derry city. The recording of house numbers, against each householder, first appeared in the Almanac of 1897.

This publication by Irish genealogist Brian Mitchell lists inhabitants, in alphabetical order by surname, in Derry city in 1921. As transcribed here, the work contains five fields: Surname of Head of Household, First Name of Head of Household, Street Address, House Number, and Page Number of the listing in the Derry Almanac. In all, the Derry Almanac and directory of 1921 name 8,288 heads of household in Derry city.

502-8365

$22.95

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The People of Dublin, 1600-1799

By 1600 Dublin had become the most important city in Ireland. It was the administrative capital from which the English kings ruled or attempted to control the island of Ireland. The population of Dublin at that time has been estimated to have been in the region of 7,500; however, over the next two centuries--which was a period of relative prosperity and economic development--the population expanded to about 70,000 by 1700 and reached 180,000 in 1800. During the 17th century the population was overwhelmingly Protestant, but by the late 18th century the Catholics were in the majority, resulting from the population moving from rural Ireland to Dublin, having been attracted by the economic and social benefits available there. In the 17th century there was an influx into Dublin of Protestants from within Ireland, as well as from England, and in late century French Huguenots and Dutch immigrants arrived as well. These immigrants brought with them industrial and commercial skills that broadened the economic base of Dublin and stimulated the introduction or expansion of the textile industries of linen, wool, and silk weaving, as well as sugar refining and metal work. Dublin in the 18th century was the center of government, commerce, and finance, and was an important entrepot with trade links to the British Isles, Europe, and across the Atlantic.

This genealogical source book by David Dobson identifies some of the inhabitants of Dublin between 1600 and 1800 who would otherwise be difficult to situate. It is based on primary sources found in Great Britain and Ireland as well as across the Atlantic. The sources include the Huguenot Society Publications; the Calendar of Patent & Close Rolls Ireland; records found in the State Paper Office, Dublin; the National Library of Ireland; and many more. Information on each of the 2,500 Dubliners in the volume includes the full name, occupation, a date, and the source, but on some occasions the entries also name family member(s), date of marriage or death, military theater served in, and additional information.

502-8118

$19.50

$16.58

The People of Ireland, 1600-1699 Part 1. David Dobson

Ireland: The People of Ireland, 1600-1699: Part 1. David Dobson 502-9818 141119L 502-9818 @

502-9818

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The People of Ireland, 1600-1699 Part 2. David Dobson

Ireland: The People of Ireland, 1600-1699: Part 2. David Dobson
502-9700 141119L 502-9818 @

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$20.50

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The People of Ireland, 1600-1699 Part 3. David Dobson

Ireland: The People of Ireland, 1600-1699: Part 3. David Dobson
502-9707 141119L 502-9818 @

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$20.50

$14.35

The People of Ireland, 1600-1699 Part 4. David Dobson

Ireland: The People of Ireland, 1600-1699: Part 4. David Dobson
502-8108 141119F 502-9818 @

502-8108

$16.50

$11.55

The Place Names of County Derry

The Place Names of County Derry consists of two parts. In Part One researchers will find a list of 1,750 place names, in alphabetical order, as recorded in the 1901 census returns for the city and county of Londonderry (also known as Derry). It includes the names in County Derry of all townlands, together with street listings for all towns. Against each place name (i.e., townland or town and street) is recorded the following information: District Electoral Division, Parish, Registrar District, Poor Law Union, and 17th-Century Landowner. Knowing the record jurisdictions for place names will result in more effective use of major Irish record sources such as 1901 and 1911 census returns; church registers; civil registers of births, marriages, and deaths; the national indexes to civil birth, marriage, and death registers; and estate records.
Part Two, County Derry Parish Reports, features record sources--both civil and church--of value to family historians, compiled and recorded by parish. By mid-19th century, County Derry was subdivided into 46 civil parishes. Realistic genealogical research, in the absence of indexes and databases, generally requires knowledge of the parish in which your ancestor lived. This section details parish reports, in alphabetical order, for each of Derry’s 46 civil parishes, describing and locating the parish (e.g., topographical features, population in 1831, principle towns), identifying the top ten surnames in the mid-19th century, and detailing the major record sources for that parish: (1) church registers, their religious denomination and commencement dates; (2) graveyards and their location in the mid-19th century; and (3) census returns and census substitutes dating from 1663 to 1911.

502-8366

$18.95

$16.11

The Scotch-Irish in Northern Ireland and the American Colonies - Maude Glasgow, M.D.

Ireland: The Scotch-Irish in Northern Ireland and the American Colonies - Maude Glasgow, M.D. 501-G0945 150116L

501-G0945

$30.50

$27.45

The Scotch-Irish of Colonial Pennsylvania (Dunaway)

Pennsylvania: The Scotch-Irish of Colonial Pennsylvania (Dunaway) 401-1540 160102L

401-1540

$28.00

$23.80

The Scotch-Irish. or the Scot in North Britain, North Ireland and North America. Two Volumes (Hanna)

  British Isles: The Scotch-Irish. or the Scot in North Britain, North Ireland and North America. Two Volumes (Hanna) 502-2520 150601F 502-2520 @

502-2520

$75.00

$52.50

The Surnames of North West Ireland. Concise Histories of the Major Surnames of Gaelic and Planter Origin. Brian Mitchell

Ireland: The Surnames of North West Ireland. Concise Histories of the Major Surnames of Gaelic and Planter Origin. Brian Mitchell 502-9968 130417l

502-9968

$43.50

$30.00

The Top 300 Surnames of Derry-Londonderry

Brian Mitchell . Maps by Sam Mitchell
70 pp. paperback, 2017 Clearfield Press
ISBN: 9780806358420

502-8367

$14.95

$12.70

The Visitation of Ireland, Volumes 1-3 - Joseph Jackson Howard, Ll.D CD-Win-Mac

Ireland: The Visitation of Ireland, Volumes 1-3 - Joseph Jackson Howard, Ll.D.. CD-Win/Mac 501-CD4236 150116E 502-1200 @

501-CD4236

$15.95

$14.36

Tombstones of Ireland Counties Down and Roscommon - Joanne C. Fisher Schmidt.

Ireland: Tombstones of Ireland: Counties Down and Roscommon - Joanne C. Fisher Schmidt. 501-S1685 150116L

501-S1685

$17.00

$15.30

Tracing Your Irish Ancestors. 4th Edition. John Grenham

Ireland: Tracing Your Irish Ancestors. 4th Edition. John Grenham The best book ever written on Irish genealogy, the 4th edition of Tracing Your Irish Ancestors retains the familiar structure of previous editions but is now more useful than ever. Combining the key features of a textbook and a reference book, it describes the various steps in the research process while at the same time providing an indispensable body of source materials for immediate use. 401-2386 150806F

401-2386

$37.95

$32.26

Transatlantic Voyages 1600-1699. David Dobson

  Europe: Transatlantic Voyages 1600-1699. David Dobson 502-9854 121113A

502-9854

$20.50

$14.35

Virginia Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement of Va., Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta Co., 1745-1800. by Lyman Chalkley. 3 Vols., 623+652+712P. Hardcover.

Virginia: Augusta: Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement of Va., Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta Co., 1745-1800. by Lyman Cha 901-VA0045 150324R price 502-0920 @

901-VA0045

$180.00

$171.00

Visitation of Ireland. 6 vols. in 1. Frederick A. Crisp and Joseph J. Howard

Ireland: Visitation of Ireland. 6 vols. in 1. Frederick A. Crisp and Joseph J. Howard 502-1200 150116F 502-1200 @

502-1200

$85.00

$59.50

Who Were Those Celts? The German French Swiss Italian Scottish Welsh English Irish American Connection . Kevin Duffy

  Europe: Who Were Those Celts?: The German French Swiss Italian Scottish Welsh English Irish American Connection . Kevin Duffy 501-D0505 150918Z

501-D0505

$24.00

$21.60