In 1688 the Earl of Tyrconnel sent over to England to support the cause of King James II. This range continues to the north-east towards Letterkenny and contains Gaugin (1,865), Boultipatrick (1,415) and Cark (1,205). Here also is the Sword of State presented by the Irish Society in 1616, and that of Sir Cahir O\’Doherty. Midway between Armagh and the Navan Fort, on the old coach road, will be found St. Patrick’s Well, which is said to overflow once a year. which forms the Giant’s causesway on the north coast, clay-slate And everywhere there are the stones, the burial cairns, cashels and raths of prehistoric man. The rivers are the Shannon, which flows from its source for seven miles until it reaches county Leitrim; next it runs 1½ miles on the boundary between Cavan and Leitrim; then enters Leitrim. Thom's Irish Almanac and Official Directories, 1844 - present; We also have a number of directories on microfilm including: The Gentleman and Citizen's Almanack (Watson's), 1729 - 1743; ... Belfast and Ulster Directories are available for 1924, 1930, 1934 and 1940. 1930 Washington St #4 Lincoln, NE 68502 (Apr 2020 - Jun 2020) 2127 Winding Way Lincoln, NE 68506 (Sep 2019 - Oct 2019) 2800 Kalmia Ave #C303 ... email address and more for free! Kilmore Parish Church in antiquity yields only to the Cathedrals of Armagh and Derry, and possibly is older than either, as it is reputed to date from 422 A.D. Allegedly, Thomas Jefferson began raping Sally Hemings in Paris. At Poyntzpass, too, there are the remains of the Black Pig’s Dyke, a great travelling earthwork, linking up the portions in Scarva and Goraghwood, with the sections in Seafin and Aghayollogue. The building itself is a remarkably fine specimen of a small Georgian house. Brocker Mountain (1,046) lies to the west of these. Meekness, wisdom and prudence blended The fine old gates, beautiful examples of mid-eighteenth century ironwork were taken in 1936 to the Governor’s residence at Hillsborough. 1852 Thom's Directory - County Louth . There is much to interest the antiquarian here. Original data: Thom’s Official Directory of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland for the Year 1904. Squire’s Hill (1,230) and Cave Hill (1,188) near The Society divided the agricultural land among twelve great London companies – the Grocers, Merchant Tailors, Drapers, Vintners, Goldsmiths, etc., some of whom sub-divided portions of their shares with the smaller companies so that some 40 London companies were concerned with the plantation of the county. . This officer was born in the village of Hamiltonsbawn, a mile away, and won the Cross in the Indian Mutiny. Magee College is an admirably equipped and most flourishing centre of education for those pursuing a University career. As that census was the first for which the age for consideration had been raised from 5 years to 9 years, no comparison can be made with figures from earlier censuses. The Mourne is formed by a number of small tributaries, the chief of which are the Derg (with its tributaries the Mourne, Beg and the Glendergan river), the Strule (with tributaries, the Fairywater, the Drumragh, and tributary the Owenragh, and the Camowen, with tributary the Cloghfin). There At Loughgall there are two planters’ bawns, and in the very pretty lake in the manor grounds is a crannoge, or island refuge. Tara, the residence of the Kings of Ireland lies six miles south of Navan. Original data: Thom’s Official Directory of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland for the Year 1904. There are burial cairns at Lathbirget and Ballykeel. The plain around Ballymagauran, on the Leitrim boundary, was the ancient ‘Moy Slecht’ where the pagan Irish worshipped their chief God, ‘Crom-Cruach.’ The hilly country east and north of Balieborough was the ancient Slieve Gory. He previously served on the faculty at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. fallen to 7.9%. Thomasnet.com is the leading product sourcing and supplier discovery platform for procurement professionals, engineers, plant & facility management and business owners seeking trusted suppliers for MRO, OEM and other products/services for their industrial, manufacturing, commercial and institutional businesses The city was crowded with refugees. A dozen miles north on the shores of Lough Neagh is Maghery, a hamlet which lies close to the fruit district. Through Britain, directories & almanacs explore more than 255 almanacs and directories which encompass three centuries of Great Britain's history. With our main office in Morrisville, VT and our auto auction office in Williston, VT, we have successfully marketed real and personal property through auctions and liquidation … This page lists microfilmed city directories available at National Archives Building, 700 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20408-0001, and at Regional Facilities in major cities around the country. The keep or tower remains and is a very picturesque feature in the scenery. The place was a danger spot, as the surrounding hills were thickly wooded and were easily defended by a small body of men against even a very large force. Today (1939), Derry is the second city and port of Ulster, with a population of approximately 50,000. Its Shrine is the most interesting specimen of the kind now existing, and is of a much later date, being executed between the years 1091 and 1105. NAME which includes the Giant’s Causeway, Kinbane or It was through this office that the family obtained the surname of MacMoyre, “Sons of the Keeper,” and they held eight townlands by virtue of this trust. There The two baronies of Deece were formerly occupied by the Desi who lived in the district south of Tara. Another distinguished Portadown man was Sir Robert Hart, first Inspector General of the Imperial Customs in China, who has been described as “The most influential and most upright European the East has ever known.” By his straightforwardness he made British integrity respected in the Far East. In 1849 transepts were added to the church, and on that occasion the skull was again exposed to view, and it was stolen, but four days later was found in the church-yard wrapped in brown paper. The figures given He obtained in PhD in Management Science from HEC Paris. In addition, there is a list of the Dublin City and county nobility, gentry, merchants and traders, as well as a trades directory. To-day, there is not a parish, scarce a townland, in the county which does not bear some sign of days gone by. Thom Mayne of the architecture firm Morphosis has been selected to design the first building to be constructed on Roosevelt Island. Lough Ervey is on the boundary with Cavan, Lough Rahan and Ballhoe is on that with Monaghan, and on the Westmeath boundary are several lakes which partly belong to county Meath, among them being Lough Bane, White Lough and Lough Naneagh. were in occupation of less than five rooms, this was 61.6% of The park contains a beautiful lake of 53 acres. 4.8% could read only and 8,262 or 5.2% were illiterate. flowing into Lough Neagh near Antrim town. When Sally returned to the United States at the age of 16, she was pregnant and Jefferson had made a promise to release any of her children from enslavement when they reached the age of 21. After the de Courcys came in the 13th century de Lacys, and in the 14th de Burgos, who built fortresses – Green Castle, White Castle, etc.- on the shores of Lough Foyle. Garron Point, Ballygaley Head, The Gobbins, Irish Catholic directory. There is a splendid public park beside the town, in what was the demesne of Lord Lurgan, descendant of William Brownlow, who founded the town. A new bowling green and a pleasure garden have recently been laid out beside the centre of the town on the banks of the Bann while other amusements include football, fishing, golf and tennis, with numerous reading and recreation rooms. 1930 United States Federal Census. Taillteun (now Teltown) was the scene of the old Irish Olympic games and Tiachta, now the Hill of Ward, lies near Athboy. Four miles south east of Cavan rises Slieve Glah (1,057) and Bruce Hill (851). A beautifully situated village on the Cusher, a fine trout river, and not far from Tandragee, is chiefly notable for being the site of the Earl of Bath’s mill, which in 1641 was used as a prison by Sir Phelim O’Neill, the rebel leader. There were several variations of minerals to be found in the county, copper at Kerloge near Wexford itself; lead at Caim near Enniscorthy and silver at the head of Bannow Bay. The annual "Watson's Almanac" has been published since the mid eighteenth century. A fine new school erected by the Armagh Education Authority in Portadown is named the Sir Robert Hart Memorial P .E. Updated September 7, 2002. chief mountain summits in the county with their height in feet In 1566, during the Rebellion of Shane O\’Neill, Derry was chosen for the headquarters of the forces sent against him. Visitors are welcomed. The number of ‘inhabited houses’ was 41,896 with an average of Killean and Cloonfin lie near Granard and Lough Bannow is near Lanesborough. room exceeded 7 in number, including three cases where ten persons The county has or had a portion of the Connaught coal fields which extended into the north west near Lough Allen; coal was also found near King’s Court and Shercock; land near Swanlinbar produced iron ore; and lead and copper ores were found near Cootehill. chief headlands coming from the north are Bengore Head of counties in Ireland show a similar trend in numbers of Irish the boundary between Antrim and Derry; the Lagan for about The county of Longford was the ancient territory of Annaly, the hereditary possession of the O’Farrell family. There is good fishing in the Fane River, which here forms the Border between Northern and Southern Ireland, and near by is the ruined Glassdrurn.mond Castle, the home of the O’Neills of the Fews. was 9%. Gets its name from the bawn or castle of John Hamilton, who was granted lands here in Plantation days and who died in 1633; he was buried in Mullabrack Church where his monument can still be seen, partly destroyed by ill treatment during the rebellion of 1641 .Lord Holmpatrick is the present representative of this old family. Is another delightfully situated place in the valley of that name. As this census is the starting point where the age was raised from 5 years to 9 years; no comparison can be made with previous figures from other censuses. In 1929 the old peal of eight bells was recast, and five new bells added by the Hon. By 1901 this figure was listed as 15.5% and in 1911 had fallen to 13.9%. For untold centuries before that, the ground was revered as holy by the pagan Irish. The headlands beginning on the north east are Inishowen and Malin Heads. It was built by Isaac Corry, last Lord Chancellor of the Irish Exchequer, and it was here that he and Lord Castlereagh held the famous consultation. 1926. The hotel here has become in recent years the headquarters of a popular tour. IBM is incorporated in New York and has operations in over 170 countries. Patrick Hill Thoms FRIBA ARIAS (1873–1946) was a 20th-century Scottish architect, based in eastern Scotland. Dublin City Trade Directory. But – the percentage of those of five years and upwards who were unable to read and write in 1891 was 16.9%. and White Park. The Nanny Water which rises near Navan flows almost parallel with the Boyne and south of it, and passes near Duleek. Nearby is Coney Island, and old Ordnance Survey maps show “St. The Special Inmates of Public institutions are omitted from these figures. “I found in Armagh the splendid He studied at the Help support the wellbeing of our staff. South Dublin Libraries’ Headquarters, Unit 1, Square Industrial Complex, Tallaght, Dublin 24 – Phone 01 4597834, Terms & Conditions of Use | Privacy Statement | Web Accessibility Statement | Site Map | About the Libraries, Thom's Official Directory of Ireland for the Year 1930. Permission can be obtained to go through the grounds. In 1641 the country was again in a state of warfare and bloodshed. Medicine received Dr. Henry MacCormac, father of Sir William MacCormac, Bart., James Macartney, the great anatomist, while Professor Francis Hutcheson, Glasgow University, well known for his writings and teachings on moral philosophy, Joseph B. Pentland, traveller and explorer, and James Bell, F.R.S., were others who left the Orchard County to win renown, and many more are recorded in the following pages, under the places which gave them birth. To get better results, add more information such as Birth Info, Death Info and Location—even a guess will help. upwards; of these 141,944 or 90% could read and write; 7,606 or The University of St. Thomas recognized as a largest private university in Minnesota with more than 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students and 110,000+ alumni, encompasses 8 schools and colleges with 150+ undergraduate majors and minors and 55+ graduate degree programs. Just how old is the City of Armagh even archaeologists do not know. Alexander Thom. No_Favorite. This microfilm is NOT available for sale from NARA. Here there is an ancient Culdee burial ground and a unique group of three double ringed forts. No traces of his monastery remain, the site of which is now occupied by the Long Tower Roman Catholic Church. Armagh County Council is the first in Ireland to have a Museum of its own. Thom's Directory for the year 1940. And noble councillors untranscended.”. Probably the oldest church in Ulster still in use, the old Episcopal Cathedral of Armagh stands on the site where in 445 St. Patrick built his first cathedral. Emhain Maha became the home of the Red Branch Knights, who for hundreds of years were to Ireland what Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table were to England. Professor Bourveau primarily conducts empirical research. From Portadown to Richhill, Kilmore, and Loughgall a network of roads runs through a district covered with fruit trees and bushes. Malinmore and Muckross Heads with St. John’s Point and Doorin Point are in Donegal Bay. Thom's Directories; Thom's Irish Who's Who 1923; Treble Almanacs (1783,1812,1818,1824) Wicklow Registers & Records; are an invaluable resource for researching family history. The Eask flows into Donegal Bay at Donegal. Of these 344, or 1.9% occupied one room; 2,375 or 13.4% occupied two rooms; 3,636 or 20.4%, occupied three rooms; and 7,875 or 44.2% were in occupation of four rooms. This is an extraction of the Royal Irish Constabulary for the years 1816-1921 … This is a most interesting district, and contains the parish Church of Creggan, a very ancient foundation, beautifully situated. The counties name is derived from the town of Antrim and probably ANALYSIS Victoria On a clear day county after county is spread out like a coloured map, until the eye catches far away the hills beyond Belfast, the gleam of Lough Neagh, and the blue of the hills of Tyrone. Carrickfergus. There were 169 tenements in the county, in which the room had only one occupant at that time; 139 cases where the room had two, three or four occupants; 30 cases in which there were five, six or seven occupants and five cases where the occupants of one room exceeded 7 in number, including one case where twelve persons occupied the same room. The city makes an excellent headquarters for touring the Counties of Londonderry and Donegal. In 1649 the city suffered from a siege lasting twenty weeks, being held by Sir Charles Coote for the Parliament, and besieged by Lord Montgomery of the Ardes and General Robert Stewart, leaders of the Royal Forces. Rathlin O’Byrne island is near Malinmore Head. Whitehead, Benmore or Fair Head, Torr Head, One thing is certain, there was bound to be a city on Armagh’s hills, for it is situate where the two great roads into the Ulster Basin meet. But on April 24, 568, the magazine which contained ammunition for the English Army in the north blew up, destroying the town and fort, and causing great loss of life. 6,549 or 15.7% occupied two rooms; 7,716 or 18.3% occupied three Directed by King Vidor. FAMILIES North Clannaboy, to distinguish it from South Clannaboy in Co. Designer of fine quality, hard wearing vintage style suiting and head-wear; Specializing in Tweed and Linen, we offer a wide range of Hats, Caps and Accessories - Exclusively by Thomas Farthing Ltd. The principal rivers are the Barrow which forms the western boundary with Kilkenny from its confluence with the Pollmounty river, until after receiving the waters of the Nore and the Suir and other tributaries it enters Waterford harbour. It’s length from Inishowen Head to Malinmore Head is 84 miles, its breadth from Bloody Foreland to the boundary south of Castlefinn is 41 miles. In the vicinity of Camlough is Slieve Gullion, dominating the scenery for miles round, and one of the most interesting and most romantic mountains in the whole of Ireland. They did not have children. AND FORMER DIVISIONS The house was for a time the residence of the famous Dolly Munro, wife of William Richardson, M.P. When Queen Anne was on the throne William Waring, M.P., introduced diaper manufacture, and from that time Lurgan has never looked back. In the Palace Demesne there are the ruins of an old Franciscan Friary, founded in 1266 by Primate O’Scanlan, of which now only the western archway and some fragments of high walls remain. OF THE CENSUS FOR COUNTY ANTRIM, 1821-1926, In 1911 there were in county Antrim, 157,812 people aged 9 and Close by is Deramore House, a picturesque thatched residence, where the Act of Union was drawn up in 1800. The scenery is magnificent. Others were given by members of the Irish Society, and by prominent citizens. five years and upwards who were unable to read and write in 1891 The Londonderry and Laugh Swilly Railway connects Londonderry with North and West Donegal. The length of county Antrim from the “new bridge” The name of the county was derived from that of Owen, son of Niall of the Nine Hostages, being the shortened form of the Irish, Tir-Eoghain, the territory of Owen. After the pilgrimage these are more numerous than ever. The River Swilly flows into Lough Swilly at Letterkenny; the Erne River flows into Donegal Bay; the Bradogue River enters at Bundoran and the Termon enters Lough Erne. Bays and Harbours are: Belfast Lough between Antrim and Circa 1930 City Directories Available at NARA. The most perfect section now remaining is in Scarva Demesne close by. In the 1880s technologies emerged that would ultimately form the core of International Business Machines (IBM). Tandragee was the birth place of George Benn, the historian, of Belfast. The Governor of the Irish Society must be an Alderman of the City of London. The Craigavon Bridge, over the Foyle. were 374 tenements in the county in which the room had only one Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! Ireland, The Royal Irish Constabulary 1816-1921. They also relate the burning of the city on at least seven occasions, by accident or in strife, before the year 1200. are: Slemish (1,437) near Ballymena; Trostan (1,811), The Boyne River coming from counties Offaly (King’s) and Kildare forms the boundary of the county for 8 miles from the Yellow River. More collections added weekly. It was founded by the O’Hanlons who helped to drive the Iberian princes from the Navan Fort and from County Armagh in 332; by building their castle at Tandragee, the O’Hanlons became guards whose duty was to keep the dispossessed Iberians in Counties Down and Antrim. Educated at Trinity College, Dublin, he was ordained in 1882 and his first post a curacy at Temple Michael. This website is our new interface for discovery and engagement of these collections. The Owenkillew which joins the Strule at Newtown Stewart has tributaries, the Glenelly river, the Glenlark, the Coneyglen, the Broughderg, and the Owenreagh. The Wicklow Mountains extend into the northern part of county Wexford; the height in feet is given after each peak’s name here; Mount Leinster (2,610) and the Blackstairs (2,409) are on the boundary with county Carlow, Blackrock is near county Carlow but within county Wexford. Thom & Co. Limited: Description: Thom's Directory for the year 1930. To-day the Royal School, founded in 1608, carries on the work begun many years before. He was additionally Dean … A prosperous village, near Newry, set amid enchanting scenery, is an ideal centre from which to explore the South Armagh mountains. There were 20,607 families in the county according to the 1926 Census for Ireland, the average number in each family being 4.4. It’s length from a point in the south west of Lough Rea to a point in the north-east is 30.5 miles, and its greatest width from the River Inny to Drumshanbo Lake is 18 miles. Phone and Address Directories, 1993-2002 Lyle D Thoms U.S., World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Thom's Irish Almanac and Official Directory was first published in 1844 and grew over time to include among others, a street directory for Dublin, a wide variety of information, events, listings and statistics on the United Kingdom and Ireland and names, addresses and occupations for … Lakes: Lough Erne is on the south of the county; Lough Derg; Lough Esk is north-east of Donegal town; Lough Beagh; Glenlough is near Sheep Haven; Dunlewy lake and Lough Nacung are at the foot of the Errigal Mountain on one side and Lough Allen on the other side; Lough Finn is at the foot of Aghla Mountain and Loughs Muck and Barra are close to this mountain. The highest is Carn Clonhugh (912 feet) which rises in the middle of a plain south-west of Newtownforbes. Little is known of the Monastery, but it is reported to have been founded by St. Mochto in the fifth century. There were in the county 14,230 ‘Occupiers’ or ‘Heads of Families’ who were in occupation of less than five rooms, this was 79.5% of the total for the whole county. At any time, use the search engine at the bottom of the page to search the entire collection, the state, the city, or just that year's directory. on the north by the Atlantic ocean, on the east by the Northern Londonderry is the centre from which well-appointed Motor Buses radiate, not only throughout the County Donegal-to the North-West and Central Highlands of which it forms the gateway-but also to Belfast, Sligo and throughout the Counties Londonderry and Tyrone. (1,325), around Cushendall: Aganarrive (1,225) and Derry, so called from the oaks with which the banks of the Foyle here were anciently clad, was founded by St. Columba in 546. A thriving little town, some seven miles from Armagh, has a fine linen weaving factory and a good weekly market. The Starbog Hills run between Ballygawley and Omagh, the highest being Slievemore (1,033). Emigration and Education Statistics, 1931, Co. Tyrone, Emigration and Education Statistics, 1931, Co. Meath, Emigration and Education Statistics, 1931, Co. Antrim, Emigration and Education Statistics, 1931, Co. Donegal, Emigration and Education Statistics, 1931, Co. Wexford, Emigration and Education Statistics, 1931, Co. Louth, Emigration and Education Statistics, 1931, Co. Longford, Emigration and Education Statistics, 1931, Co. Cavan, Marriage Records, Irish People, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1818-1840, Irish Natural History Society Journal Index, Vol. The ancient Walls with their interesting bastions and platforms survive, and on them and along the Quays may be seen many old cannon, the gifts of the London companies in 1642, St. Columb\’s Cathedral, completed by the Irish Society in 1633, contains many relics of the siege and occupies a commanding site, within the Walls, on the summit of the hill on which the city is built. The number of ‘inhabited houses’ was 35,600, with an average of 4.8 persons to each house. Grouped round the old Cathedral are many noble buildings, including the Library which Primate Robinson endowed in 1781, and which ranks amongst the first three in Ireland. Patrick’s road said to run through the Lake” to the island. 22 miles forms the southern boundary; the Six-Mile-Water Separated from these by the valley of Glengavlin on it’s south west are Benbrack (1,648), and Slievenakilla (1,793). This famous missionary Saint, through whose labours and those of his followers Scotland and Northern England were converted to Christianity, was born at Gartan, Co. Donegal, on December 7th, 521. But to the end, his love for Derry was intense. The number of families in the county was 30,430, the average number in each family being 4.32. This is an extraction of the Royal Irish Constabulary for the years 1816-1921 … The Friary was amongst those suppressed by Henry VIII. Lookup Victoria Thoms's family members, old roommates, friends and more instantly. Brown Thomas, where you'll find world's most exclusive luxury brands, just for you. Length from the point where the Blackwater enters Lough Neagh to the western boundary north of Lough Derg, 55 miles; breadth from the southern corner south of Slieve Beagh to the north-eastern boundary near Oughtmore Mountain 37 Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â½ miles. On the crannoge in Lough Ross the plot for the Rebellion of 1641 was decided upon. 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