4 edition of Ballyshannon:its history and antiquities found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Hugh Allingham.|
|LC Classifications||DA995.B185 A6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., -143,  p.|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||45033195|
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Ballyshannon: its history and antiquities ; with some account of the surrounding neighbourhood / by Hugh Allingham. XM DAB A6 , p.: front. ; 17 cm. Errata statement on the last unnumbered page. Get this from a library. Ballyshannon: its history and antiquities: with some account of the surrounding neighbourhood.
[Hugh Allingham]. Allingham, Hugh. Ballyshannon: Its history and antiquities. Ballyshannon: Donegal Democrat, Hugh Ailingham's Ballyshannon: It's History And Antiquities was first published in Ballyshannon or Béal Átha Seanaidh, meaning "The Mouth of Seannach's Ford" straddles the mouth of the River Erne and many claim it is the oldest town in Ireland.
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Hardcover. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Ballyshannon: its history and antiquitieswith home account of the surrounding neighbourhood Letter dated 16 Dec from and signed by the author glued onto the front page: My dear Sir, By this post, I send you a copy of my little book.
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- Ballyshannon - its History and Antiquities with some account of the surrounding neighbourhood By Hugh Allingham (Londonderry, ) - OL - The Civil Survey A.D. - Vol III - Counties of Donegal, Londonderry and Tyrone With returns of Church Lands for the three Counties By Robert C.
Simington (Dublin, ) - IMC - Inishowen. From Hugh Allingham’s Ballyshannon: Its History and Antiquities (): ‘At the close of this country was visited with a frost of extraordinary length and extended into the yearlasting in all days.
A period of great scarcity and distress followed, and it was at that time that General Folliott, the owner of. The Town Book Of The Corporation Of Belfast, - - pages Ballyshannon: Its History And Antiquities: With Some Account Of The Surrounding Neighbourhood - - pages The History And Antiquities Of The County Of The Town Of Carrickfergus, From The Earliest Records Till Also, A Statistical Survey Of Said County /5(4).
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Ballyshannon: Its History and Antiquities; with Some Account of the Surrounding Neighbourhood. Frontispiece. Londonderry: James Montgomery, First edition. iii, Maroon cloth, title in gilt on upper cover.
Previous owner's signature on front endpaper. A fine copy. Very scarce. € Ballyshannon: Its History and Antiquities; with Some Account of the Surrounding Neighbourhood. Frontispiece. Londonderry: James Montgomery, pp.
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Ballyshannon, Its History and Antiquities with Some Account of the the Surrounding Neighbourhood. Ballyshannon: Donegal Democrat Ltd, Allingham, William. William Allingham: A Diary. London: Macmillan and Co. Ltd, Blain, Virginia. “Women Poets and the Challenge of Genre.” In Women and Literature in BritainHistory of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland: comprising the civil history of the province of Ulster from the accession of James the First, with a preliminary sketch of the progress of the reformed religion in Ireland during the sixteenth century, and an appendix, consisting of original papers (vol.
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Free Irish Local History eBooks Peter J. Clarke [email protected] Blogger 1 1 25 tag:,blog. History in school is always presented as facts and figures, so what would we find in an archaeological and historical journal. A wealth of information – to those who went before the words ‘antiquary’ meant ‘about things past’ and that covered everything.
The Traceys of Donegal can trace their history back to the beginning of historical records, as Donegal formed part of the territory of the Cenél Eóghain.
In Donegal, there is the townland of Carntressy [Carnatressy, Cairnatressy] in Templecarn, 3 kilometers west of Pettigo, named after the Traceys. Ballyshannon: its strategic importance in the wars in Connacht, – Costello, Thomas B.: Trade tokens of Co.
Galway in the 17th century. Costello, Thomas B.: Discovery of a cist with urn burial, the editor (Mrs. O’Sullivan): An enquiry [query re the Garvey family. Blake, Martin J.: Knockmoy Abbey, otherwise called the Monastery of the "Hill of Victory" [Collis Victoriæ].
Notes on its history, and some ancient charters relating to it (hitherto unpublished), Fahey, J.: The Galway Historical Manuscripts, and how they were discovered. Hugh wrote a history of the town called “Ballyshannon, its History and Antiquities” 56 which, despite being referred to by the editors of William’s diary as ‘an unpretentious little book,’ is still often referred to by historians of the area.
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