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Researching Armagh ancestors

a practical guide for the family and local historian

by Maxwell, Ian Dr.

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Published by Ulster Historical Foundation in Belfast .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Armagh (Northern Ireland : County),
  • Northern Ireland
    • Subjects:
    • Armagh (Northern Ireland : County) -- Genealogy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc,
    • Northern Ireland -- Genealogy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementIan Maxwell.
      GenreHandbooks, manuals, etc.
      SeriesCounty guides for the family and local historian ;, no. 1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS448.A76 M39 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 180 p. :
      Number of Pages180
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3994457M
      ISBN 100901905895
      LC Control Number2001334345

      6 Armagh Presbyterian Registers, FHL film 1,,, item 7 Sir Charles Coote, Statistical Survey of the County of Armagh (Dublin, ), reprinted 8 Ian Maxwell, Researching Armagh Ancestors (Ulster Historical Foundation, ) pages   Buy How to Trace Your Irish Ancestors: 2nd edition: An Essential Guide to Researching and Documenting the Family Histories of Ireland's People 2nd Revised edition by Maxwell, Ian (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Reviews:

      County Armagh: 65 pages of up-to-date resources – National resources/offices, the Parishes and townlands of Armagh, Armagh Libraries, Museums, Historical Societies, Family History Societies, Armagh on the Web, a short Gaelic dictionary. Over links and addresses available for researching your ancestors. $ Buy. Researching Armagh Ancestors: a practical guide for the family and local historian: Belfast UHF National Library of Ireland IR m p. Ian Maxwell: Armagh: Dublin Nonsuch National Library of Ireland: p. Ian Maxwell: Armagh: Dublin Nonsuch National Library of Ireland: F.X. McCorry: Lurgan: an Irish Provincial.

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Using the unique archives at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland with it's collection of family pedigrees, letters, wills, land records, deeds, leases and most importantly surviving Catholic and Protestant Parish Church records of birth,marriage and burial, we work to put our clients in touch with their Irish family roots.

You may. Emerald Ancestors is a subscription-only site specialising in Northern Ireland genealogy records. Its database includes a selection of parish baptism registers covering the period toand parish marriage registers from to for the six counties that now make up Northern Ireland.

The death records collection is made up of. Finding your Irish Ancestors: Unique Aspects of Irish Genealogy. by Brian Mitchell. Br Room Mitchell. Intended as a companion volume to the above Pocket Guide to Irish Genealogy, this book expounds on topics that are not found in his earlier book and expands on others that are.

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+44 (0)28 [email protected] Researching Armagh Ancestors Maxwell, I., Ulster Historical Foundation, VREF MAXW Covering the smallest county of Northern Ireland, this volume provides in-depth information about the extant records and where they can be : Steve Walker.

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Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, Presbyterian Historical Society of. The steep streets of today’s Armagh wind around the Hill to the city below.

To the left, as one leaves the Cathedral gates, is Armagh Robinson Library, founded in Across the road is the former Infirmary, dating from The eighteenth century is further represented in the eleven houses of Vicar’s Hill facing the west end of the.

Ian Maxwell in his book: Researching Armagh Ancestors Says on page 7: "The distribution of names in County Armagh illustrates the limited success of the plantation in the most popular surnames are almost equally divided between Irish and settler surnames.

Murphy, the most common surname throughout Ireland, is also the most popular found in County Armagh. He writes articles regularly for Family History Monthly, Your Family Tree and Ancestor magazines on Irish, Scottish and English social history and genealogy.

His previous publications include, Researching Armagh Ancestors, Researching Down Ancestors, Your Irish Ancestors and Tracing Your Scottish Ancestors. Description. PLEASE NOTE: This book is sold in the UK and Ireland as Researching Ulster Ancestors but is identical in content to the book, Researching Scots-Irish Ancestors (Second Edition).Customers are welcome to purchase either version.

Reviews. Read reviews of this book by two highly respected genealogists, John Grenham and Chris Paton. About the book. Search Armagh Ancestry Records Online - Birth, Death, Marriage, Census, Gravestone, records for Co. Armagh. Genealogy research center - Armagh Ancestry.

In the United Kingdom the book is sold under the title Researching Ulster Ancestors. Ulster is an ancient Irish province that consists of all of Northern Ireland: Antrim, Down, Armagh, Derry, Fermanagh, and Tyrone Counties and three counties now in the Republic of Ireland: Cavan, Monaghan, and Donegal.

Tracing Your Glasgow Ancestors is a volume in the series of city ancestral guides published by Pen & Sword for readers and researchers who want to find out about life in Glasgow in the past and to know where the key sources for its history can be found.

In vivid detail it Author: Ian Maxwell.Ian is also the author three other genealogy books. Tracing Your Ancestors in Northern Ireland (HMSO, ), Researching Armagh Ancestors (UHF, ) and Researching Down Ancestors (UHF, ). CONTENTS: Abbreviations Introduction 1.

Where to Begin 2. Administrative Divisions 3. Civil Registration 4. Census Returns and Old Age Pensions 5.