The Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: Down III: Mid-Down
Angelique Day, Patrick McWilliams
Institute of Irish Studies, 1992 - History - 160 pages
The Ordnance Survey memoirs of Ireland were designed to accompany the 6 inch townland maps and contained information about the parishes which could not be fitted on the maps. They were worked on from about 1830 to 1840. This volume covers the parishes of Aghaderg, Annalcone, Annahilt, Blaris (Lisburn), Donaghcloney, Dromara, Dromore, Garvaghy, Hillsborough, Magheralin, Magherally, Moira, Seapatrick, Shankill, and, Tullylish.
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