County Londonderry Lands and Families in Northern Ireland: Names and Locations from the Plantation of Ulster

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 The Final Word  From the works of George Hill on the 17th century settlement of Ulster (1609+), the entire text includes family history records and enlightening 19th century commentary. This was the third volume to the set entitled 'The Conquest of Ireland, an historical and genealogical account of the plantation in Ulster'. It is published on its own here complete due to its importance to Historical and Genealogical Research. 

  Special added surname index included for the first time. Approx. size 7'' x 10''. Published by the Irish Genealogical Foundation (2004). First IGF edition, First IGF printing. 

 

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Editor of the ' Montgomery Manuscripts' and author of 'An Historical Account of the MacDonnells of Antrim'. Author of An Historical Account of the Plantation in Ulster.

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