A Special Census of Northern Ireland, Pynnars Survey of Land Holders: Including Names and Locations of Protestants and Catholics Affected
A survey of places and holders of land in 1618 and 1619, including native Irish and Brittish and Scottish in the counties of Armagh; Tyrone; Donegall; Cavan; and Fermanagh, together with and plantation performed by the City of London in the city and County of Londonderry in Ireland.
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