are: Slemish (1,437) near Ballymena; Trostan (1,811), upwards; of these 141,944 or 90% could read and write; 7,606 or Derry, so called from the oaks with which the banks of the Foyle here were anciently clad, was founded by St. Columba in 546. 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. The Friary was amongst those suppressed by Henry VIII. and limestone; there was coal at Ballycastle, and salt mines near There were in the county 25,812 ‘Occupiers’ or ‘Heads of Families’ who were in occupation of less than five rooms, this was 85.4% of the total for the whole county. After the pilgrimage these are more numerous than ever. On the Fanad peninsula, west of Lough Swilly is Knockalla (1,203) and Lough Salt Mountain (1,546) rises to the west of Mulroy Bay. Genealogy for Rachel Jane Woods (1872 - 1930) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. This was built after the defeat of the Ultonians by the Three Collas in 332 A.D. as a boundary to divide the conquerors from the vanquished. on the north by the Atlantic ocean, on the east by the Northern Is a thriving market town which was once a linen centre, but now the linen business is concentrated in the village of Darkley, a couple of miles away. The counties name is derived from the town of Antrim and probably Genealogy profile for Thomas Haley Thomas Haley (1848 - 1930) - Genealogy Genealogy for Thomas Haley (1848 - 1930) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. 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. large bogs in the county. FAMILIES In 1566, during the Rebellion of Shane O\’Neill, Derry was chosen for the headquarters of the forces sent against him. There are many small lakes in the county, especially in the centre. The Guildhall, completed in 1912, occupies the site of a previous one built in 1887 and destroyed by fire in 1908. 0.99% in Northern Ireland, 1.29% in Great Britain, and 0.45% were born abroad. The city was crowded with refugees. ANALYSIS This is an extraction of the Royal Irish Constabulary for the years 1816-1921 … After this it was abandoned by the military until 1600, when Sir Henry Docwra, sent by Queen Elizabeth, selected it as the site of his camp. AND FORMER DIVISIONS The highest is Carn Clonhugh (912 feet) which rises in the middle of a plain south-west of Newtownforbes. People Projects Discussions Surnames The Craigavon Bridge, over the Foyle. Today (1939), Derry is the second city and port of Ulster, with a population of approximately 50,000. Thom's Official Directory Of Ireland, 1910 Discover your ancestors who are listed in Thom’s Official Directory of Ireland, 1910. It was used by Primate Colton at his visitation in 1397. But – the percentage of those of five years and upwards who were unable to read and write in 1891 was 16.9%. 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. Lakes: In the river Shannon are Lough Forbes which is near Newtownforbes, and Lough Ree. In the old Cathedral are monuments by famous sculptors, such as Rysbraeck, Nollekens, Chantry, Roubiliac, etc., and many old Regimental and Volunteer colours, including a French colour, the only enemy colour ever captured with-in the British Islands, and the only colour ever taken in battle by a British Regiment of Militia. The Slaney river forms the boundary with Carlow until it enters county Wexford at Newtownbarry, and crosses the county to enter the sea at Wexford. 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. Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! By 1901 this figure was listed as 13.5% and in 1911 had fallen to 11.9%. 4.8% could read only and 8,262 or 5.2% were illiterate. Like Armagh, it suffered from the raids of the Norsemen who pillaged it from Carlingford Lough. He showed that genes are linked in a series on chromosomes and are responsible for … 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. It stands in the Palace Demesne and contains many fine paintings, including portraits of all the Primates since Adam Loftus, who came to the Archiepiscopal Chair in 1562, besides a number of royal portraits. room exceeded 7 in number, including three cases where ten persons Longford town which gives its name to the county was formerly called Longford O’Farrell, or the fortress (longphort) of the O’Farrells who were its ancient proprietors. Genealogy for Thomas Luther Beam (1877 - 1930) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. 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. Black Head and White Head which is near Carrickfergus. In the east of the Barony of Banagh or Croaghgorm is Blaustack (2,219) and west of it are the Slieve League (1,972) and Slieveatooey (1,515) mountains, rising over the sea on the north and south coasts respectively. The first \”T own House\” was erected in 1616 in the Diamond, and was destroyed in the Siege of 1689. The 1930 Census contains records for approximately 123 million Americans. runs into the sea at Ballycastle, and the streams running through The directory was first published in the form of an almanac by Alexander Thom way back in 1844 and has been in its modern street directory form since 1960. There are numerous Fine modern shops line the main streets, which bear names dating back fifteen hundred years, while side streets twist and curve up the steep hill to where the Cathedral of St. Patrick has stood since the day when the Saint made the City the Capital of his Church. Close by is Deramore House, a picturesque thatched residence, where the Act of Union was drawn up in 1800. Street Listings in Thom’s Dublin Directories. 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. There was a round tower here and there is a holy well to which there are still very large pilgrimages. VIII, 1858-61, St. Mary’s, Pawtucket Graveyard Records, Rhode Island. The baronies of Upper and Lower Slane was anciently called Hy-Criffan. An isolated village in the Fews, takes its name from the Hamilton family, who founded it in 1770, but so long as the story of Lir is remembered, Newtownhamilton will not be forgotten, as it was at Shee Fina, outside the village, that King Lir had his palace. of counties in Ireland show a similar trend in numbers of Irish The Sperrin mountains lie north east of Newtown Stewart, the chief summits are Crockrour (1,200), Craignagapple(1,082) and Balix Hill (1,333): near Strabane is Knockavo (972); to the east of these is Mullaghclogha (2,088) and Tornnoge (923); Dart (2,040), Sawel (2,240), Meenard (2,061) and Oughtmore (1,878), and they are on the Londonderry boundary. Mountains: Meath is mostly level with large tracts of rich pasture land. The Square Tower has walls of immense thickness, and these are the more extraordinary in that they enclose the almost perfect round tower of the Monastery of Cill Mho’r. The census gives us a glimpse into the lives of Americans in 1930, and contains information about a household’s family members and occupants including: birthplaces, occupations, immigration, citizenship, and military service. St. Patrick founded at Armagh a School which became famous throughout Europe. The people called Hy Felimy occupied territory in county Carlow and Wexford and the branch in county Wexford took the name O’Murcada which was then anglicised to Murphy. Larne to Cushendall. Welcome to Thomas Turner Fishing Antiques. A short distance away, nestling in the mountains, is Camlough Lake, providing Newry town with its water supply. Braid on which stands Ballymena. Slieve Calry (or Slieve Gory) is 650 feet high and rises near Ardagh. The Governor of the Irish Society must be an Alderman of the City of London. The Woodford River rising in Leitrim in its course to Lough Erne forms the boundary between Fermanagh and Cavan. Thom & Co. Limited: Keywords: industry genealogy directory: Issue Date: 1-Jan-1930 : Publisher: Alex. occupant at that time; 375 cases where the room had two, three No_Favorite. These ... Dublin and on the Southern Circuit. If you have a long-term condition, please keep … Two Swimming Pools, one large and one small, have been provided by the Local Authority, and add to the holiday amenities. “I found in Armagh the splendid Of the population in 1926, 85.3% were born in the county, 6.9% in other counties in N. Ireland; 5% in the Republic of Ireland; 1.18% in Great Britain, and 0.5% were born abroad. It was a great trench averaging about thirty feet wide and is still some fifteen feet deep in places. Average yearly tuition after financial aid is less than $13,000 and UST graduates earn an average of over $50,000 within a year after graduating. The Special Inmates of Public institutions are omitted from these figures. Learn about the College’s COVID Response The Lagan canal connects Lough Neagh with Belfast Lough. If you wonder where premises numbered 87 to 115 are located, read on… In present day Clonmel, O’Connell Street numbers range from 1 to 86. Dublin, Ireland: Alexander Thom & Co, 1904. This microfilm is NOT available for sale from NARA. 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. west, there is a dolmen and a passage grave-and a lake full of little fighting trout; in fact this is a miniature .’lake district.”. Over the next one hundred years, it grew to include a Dublin street directory, volumes listing the names, addresses, and occupations for residents of other towns and districts in the country, and a wide variety of happenings, institutions, businesses, and departments for Ireland and the UK, including the following: Lighthouses Thomas County Schools is pleased to announce that Joey Holland, SFO, Deputy Superintendent for Finance, has earned the Certified Administrator of School Finance and Operations® (SFO®) by the Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO). ANALYSIS OF THE CENSUS FOR COUNTY, 1821-1926. There is a fine golf course (18 holes) at Prehen, a mile from the city on the Strabane Road, in a most picturesque setting above the river, and at Lisfannon, 10 miles from the city, near Buncrana, are the popular links of the North-West Club. Bays and Harbours are: Belfast Lough between Antrim and The interior was used as a burying ground until about 1740; Gormlaith, wife of Domhnall O’Neill, King of Ulster, Was buried in the Friary precincts on the 14th April, 1353. Under Conor, King of Ulster, there arose heroes whose deeds vie with those of the Odyssey and whose fights were sung by the harpists. the seat of the Warrior Queen Maha, who compelled her captives taken in battle to build the great palace at Emhain Maha, of which the mounds and deep ditches can still be seen to-day, girdling the high hill which became for hundreds of years the centre of government for Ulster, and gave the city that importance which probably influenced St. Patrick later to make it the ecclesiastical centre of Ireland, which it has remained ever since. When the Parish Church, also built by Sir Oliver, was being restored in 1812, the skull of Captain St. John was found. He was formerly Canada Excellence Research Chair professor at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, and is a Distinguished Professor (hon.) 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. 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. Armagh County Council is the first in Ireland to have a Museum of its own. St. Thomas Times Journal - a place for remembering loved ones; a space for sharing memories, life stories, milestones, to express condolences, and celebrate life of your loved ones. which flows into the sea at Larne; the Main river flowing But – the percentage of those of five years and upwards who were unable to read and write in 1891 was 19.6%. There is excellent fishing near the town in the Cusher River. From the old Strabane road and from above the cemetery one sees in fine panorama the whole city, the river winding down to Lough Foyle, the distant hills of Benevenagh and the Keady making a beautiful picture. Dublin, Ireland: Alexander Thom & Co, 1904. At Loughgall there are two planters’ bawns, and in the very pretty lake in the manor grounds is a crannoge, or island refuge. 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. figures from earlier censuses. West of Derryveagh is another irregular range containing Errigal (2,466), the highest mountain in the county. There were in the county 21,473 Occupiers or Heads of Families, who were in occupation of less than five rooms, being 71.6% of the total for the county. The Street listings included in Thom’s Dublin Directory can provide interesting details about the area your ancestors lived, for example neighbours, the types of businesses present on the same street, prominent buildings and Churches nearby, and may help narrow down exactly which part of a street a particular family or … On the 18th of April, 1689, King James and his army invested the city. H. B. Armstrong, H.M.L., whose record of public service, extending over sixty years, is equalled by few in the country. Beside St. Patrick’s (Roman Catholic) Cathedral is the Diocesan CoIlege, carried on by the Vincentian Fathers. There is a fine Celtic Cross in the village and a very fine treble ringed fort at Lislooney. School. ANALYSIS OF THE CENSUS FOR COUNTY WEXFORD, 1821-1926. But to the end, his love for Derry was intense. Glenballyemon, Glenariff, Glencloy and Glenarm. Directed by King Vidor. The industries are agriculture and linen weaving. Educated at Trinity College, Dublin, he was ordained in 1882 and his first post a curacy at Temple Michael. Instead of the rather flat land of the north of the county, or the rolling hills surrounding Armagh City, the slopes become steeper and steeper, until they culminate in the massive peaks of Slieve Gullion and his lesser brethren, which for thousands of years have guarded the borders of the men of Ulster. Make a donation. east coast. Choose the state, city, and year. At Aughnagurgan, some miles to the. The glen here is one of the prettiest in the county. Dublin City Trade Directory. It is also famed for its hams and bacon. To-day the Royal School, founded in 1608, carries on the work begun many years before. URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10599/5163: Appears in Collections: Directories The Cody, the Glasha, the Urrin, the Borro, the Aughnaglaur, the Derry, teh Bann, the Lask and Milltown stream are tributaries of the Slaney. * The Post Office Dublin Directory and Calendar - 1918 - Vol I - 1918 - Vol II - Vol III Dublin City and County; 86th Annual Publication Published by Alex Thom and Co. (Dublin, 1917) - FHB * The Treble Almanack for the year - 1804 - 1815 - 1822 - 1832 I. John Watson Stewarts Almanack II. Stay safe, keep apart. It is said that Lady Anne brought some of the waters of the well to Queen Victoria when her brother, the Primate, went to pay his respects to the Queen on her accession. Within six miles is the Grianan of Aileach (\”the stone house of the Sun \” ), probably one of the five places marked by Ptolemy on his map of Ireland (A.D. 55) .This was a residence of the Northern Kings of Ireland down to A.D. 1101 , when it was demolished by Murtagh O\’Brien, King of Munster. Donegal, is a maritime county in the province of Ulster and it is bounded on the north and west by the Atlantic ocean and on the east by Lough Foyle, Counties Londonderry and Tyrone and on the south by counties Tyrone, Fermanagh and Leitrim. It is bounded on the North by counties Leitrim and Cavan, on the east and south by Westmeath and on the west by County Roscommon. There were in the county 11,802 ‘Occupiers’ or ‘Heads of Families’ who were in occupation of less than five rooms, this was 57.3% of the total for the whole county. See where across the flowing Foyle was stretched the Boom of timber and chains designed to bar the passage of the squadron that eventually brought relief to the beleaguered City. Alexander Thom. The O’Hanlons lost their heritage When O’Neill and O’Donnell had to fly in the first years of the 17th century and Tandragee was given to Sir Oliver St. John, who rebuilt the town. 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. At Clontygora is a magnificent horned cairn and there are cashels at Lisdhu and Lisbanmore. 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. As regards minerals in the county, the sub-soil is basalt or trap, Visit the Guildhall which contains interesting Statuary and an exceedingly fine range of historical stained glass windows, also St. Eugene\’s Roman Catholic Cathedral, one of the 1argest in Northern Ireland, and the Long Tower Roman Catholic Church in the churchyard of which is St. Columba\’s Stone upon which the Saint is said to have knelt in prayer. 1926. Updated September 7, 2002. The whole of the present county was with Londonderry and part of Donegal, the principality of the OÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢Neills. A river flows into Sheep Haven which has different names along the course of it’s path, these being: Owenbeagh,Owenarrow and Lackagh. With Johnny Mack Brown, Wallace Beery, Kay Johnson, Karl Dane. Eight miles from Armagh, is a village in the heart of a delightful countryside. Stay safe in our hospitals and community sites. Lurgan is not a mile from Lough Neagh, so that there is good shooting and fishing, and other sports include tennis, golf, cricket, football-both Association and Rugby and hockey, and there are good bowling greens. After the Battle of the Boyne, King William III. The river Carey Lord Antrim was ordered to occupy the city with his regiment, but was delayed by the difficulty of getting sufficient recruits. The minerals to be found in the county included very fine marble found at Dunlevy at the base of the Errigal Mountain, and a formation of steatite near Raphoe, a kind of stone, easily carved and most durable. territory of Dalriada; this latter part was in later ages called Hook Head is at the eastern entrance to Waterford Harbour. The Deele joins the Foyle north of Lifford. The length of county Antrim from the “new bridge” 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. The number of ‘inhabited houses’ was 35,600, with an average of 4.8 persons to each house. The He was actually constituted Provost for life of the City of Derry in 1604, by a charter of King James I., but shortly afterwards left the district. ANALYSIS OF THE CENSUS FOR COUNTY DONEGAL, 1821-1926. were in occupation of less than five rooms, this was 61.6% of He was additionally Dean … The Erne rising in Lough Gowna flows through the county to where it enters Upper Lough Erne. Thomas College offices will be closed beginning December 24, 2020 and will re-open on Monday, January 4, 2021 at 8 a.m. The most perfect section now remaining is in Scarva Demesne close by. Try our people search, reverse phone lookup or address lookup, … On the crannoge in Lough Ross the plot for the Rebellion of 1641 was decided upon. The Mountains lie along the north and north western-eastern boundary, and in the south and western extremity of the county. They are the ground landlords of these towns, they own the Walls of Derry, and they visit and inspect their property every year . Malinmore and Muckross Heads with St. John’s Point and Doorin Point are in Donegal Bay. 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! There were in the county 10,823 Occupiers or Heads of Families, who were in occupation of less than five rooms, being 75.2% of the total for the county. It is about eight miles south of Armagh, and at Listrakelt, not far away, there is the ruined church of Derrynoose, an ancient foundation mentioned in the taxation lists of 1302 and 1306. Through Britain, directories & almanacs explore more than 255 almanacs and directories which encompass three centuries of Great Britain's history. In 1688 the Earl of Tyrconnel sent over to England to support the cause of King James II. The Observatory was founded in the year 1790 by Primate Robinson, Baron Rokeby, on Knockamel (The Hill of Honey) , from which was issued in 1859 “The Armagh Star Catalogue” still a standard reference amongst astronomers. After the Danes came the Anglo-Normans, whose mania for plundering churches is frequently referred to by the old annalists. They did not have children. The surroundings are almost alpine in their picturesqueness, and a scheme of re-afforestation when completed will add still further to the beauty of this district. In 1633 S. Columb\’s Cathedral was completed. 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. 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. 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. Ireland’s history was largely writ in Armagh, and the destiny of many nations was altered by the men who through the ages left the varied hills and plains of the County and City to carry their messages abroad. If you post the details and dates you are looking for I can check a few Thom's for you, if you wish... (1930, 1938, 1944, 1949 etc...) Shane 10-11-2011, 18:32 #5: jos28. TruePeopleSearch.com has all of this info available to search for free. 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 … To search by name, directory, year, or keyword, go to Fold3's Browse page, choose News and Town Records, then City Directories or Misc City Directories. St. Malachi was born in Armagh, and a tablet on a house in Ogle Street records that this is the traditional site of his birthplace. which includes the Giant’s Causeway, Kinbane or The Immediately afterwards he cleared away some of the timber and set about building a fort and castle, and thereby made possible the Plantation of Ulster. Towards Forkhill, the scene is ever changing. This range continues to the north-east towards Letterkenny and contains Gaugin (1,865), Boultipatrick (1,415) and Cark (1,205). Slieve Beagh is on the boundary where the counties Tyrone, Monaghan and Fermanagh meet. Others were given by members of the Irish Society, and by prominent citizens. Here is Gosford Demesne, where there is the castle which is said to be the largest house in Ireland; built in the nineteenth century, it cost some Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â£250,000. On the 28th of July three relieving ships with the Dartmouth, a man-of-war, entered the river at Culmore, the Mountjoy leading. Here Dean Swift was the guest of Sir Arthur and Lady Acheson in 1728-29. Clammers Point and Baginbun Head mark the entrance to Bannow Bay. are omitted from these figures. The best way to reach Fathom is to turn in at Cloghoge Chapel, and continue up past the Flagstaff, taking great care not to cross the Border, but turn right to the Dublin-Dundalk road. It is the railway junction for the main railway lines There were 165 tenements in the county, in which the room had only one occupant at that time; 213cases where the room had two, three or four occupants; 53 cases in which there were five, six or seven occupants and 13 cases where the occupants of one room exceeded 7 in number, including 8 cases where 8 persons, 4 cases where 9 persons and 1 case where 10 persons occupied the same room. James Seaton Reid, Colonel Valentine Blacker, the military writer, and Stuart, historian of Armagh and a son of the Primatial City. 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. It passes by Trim, Navan and Slane before it disappears into Louth. Several are War Memorials, gifts of the Women Voluntary War Workers of Derry. 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