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Published by Ulster-Scot Historical Foundation in Belfast .
Written in English


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SeriesGravestone inscriptions: County Down -- 9
ContributionsUlster-Scot Historical Foundation.
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 85 p. :
Number of Pages85
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20713173M

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Clarke, R. S. J. , Gravestone inscriptions: County Down, compiled by R. S. J. Clarke Ulster-Scot Historical Society Belfast Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Co. Down Gravestone Inscriptions: Barony of Lecale by Richard Clarke and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Gravestone Inscriptions: Old Families of Downpatrick and District from Gravestone Inscriptions, with Wills and Biographical Notes v.7 by R.S.J. Clarke, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.   Vol. 4: Old Belfast Families and the New Burying Ground from Gravestone Inscriptions, with Wills and Biographical Notes, Vol. 4. Published Includes: The New Burying Ground, Clifton Street Vol. 5: Co. Down, Baronies of Upper and Lower Castlereagh. Ulster-Scot Historical Foundation.

  * Down: Lecale - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Lecale * Down: Lecale & Kinelarty - Gravestone Inscriptions, Baronies of Lecale and Kinelarty * Down: Mourne - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Mourne * Down: Ards - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Ards b * Down: Ards - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Ards c.   PRONI document reference D consists of 14 volumes of loose-leaf manuscript deposited by Mrs E McClay. The material consists mostly of gravestone inscriptions from North Antrim and Co. Londonderry. They seem to have been compiled in the s. There are 14 folders 10 of which have gravestone inscriptions, handwritten on loose-leaf sheets. 1 8 February THE CROSKERY / CROSGROVE FAMILY OF ULSTER Generation No. 1 1. JOHN1 CROSSKERY, OF MAGHERADROOL was born about in (probably) County Down, [Northern] Ireland, lived in Magheradrool Civil Parish1, and died Aft. in (again presumably) County Down, Northern Ireland1. Notes for JOHN CROSSKERY, OF MAGHERADROOL: NOTE: John Crosskery of File Size: KB. Down: Duferin & Lecale - Gravestone Inscriptions, Baronies of Dufferin and Lecale Marriage Allegations, Killyleagh Presbyterian Graveyard O. S. 24 Grid. Ref. County: Down Country: Ireland Coulter Erected by Thomas Coulter, St. Louis, United States, America, in memory of his father Hugh Coulter who died 29 Mar aged 76 years.

  Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Gravestone inscriptions: County Down by R. S. J. Clarke, , Ulster-Scot Historical Society edition, in EnglishPages: Clonvaraghan in Iveagh was on the boundary of three baronies, Lecale, Kinelarty, and Upper Iveagh (Civ. Sur. x §§69,70,72). In the early part of the 17th century the townland was held by Ferdorogh McPhellim Magennis of Clonvaraghan (CPR Jas. I b, a, Inq. Ult. Down §85 Car. I). In the book Gravestone Inscriptions Vol. 9 County Down Baronies of Lecale and Kinelarty; compiled by R.S.J. Clarke publised by The Ulster Historical Society Page 25 states: Under Clough Non Subscribing Presbyterian Graveyard SHAW /Laid flat in modern Shaw enclosure /. Errected by Hugh Shaw, Drumaroad. The following is taken from the book Gravestone Inscriptions Volume 9 County Down Ireland Baronies of Lecale and Kinelarty compiled by R.S, published by .