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MUSTER ROLLS, MILITIA AND YEOMANRY LISTS FOR LONDONDERRY c.1622-1852
MUSTER ROLLS  

In this fourth volume of the Scots-Irish series, Mr Forrest has scoured the archives of the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland and the Linenhall Library in Belfast to source and record in one convenient volume all available muster, militia, volunteer and yeomanry lists for county Londonderry in the period 1622-1852. 

The seventeenth century muster rolls are important lists of able-bodied men capable of military service and listed by estate under landlord. These fighting forces were raised from among the planted settler population to defend their farms and families. They are an early record of the Scots-Irish population in the county.

 
 
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West Ulster Genealogy - A Research Guide
West Ulster Genealogy - A Research Guide  

A basic guide to Family History research in West Ulster.  West Ulster consists of counties Donegal, Derry and Tyrone but almost all of what is contained in this guide is equally relevant to every other county in Ireland.  It contains live links to all of the websites you will need to research your family history at home.

 
 
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Strabane & West Ulster In The 1800s; Selections from The Strabane Morning Post
Strabane Morning Post  

Strabane & West Ulster in the 1800s, is an in-depth look at the lives and time of people of all classes and creeds in the early decades of the 19th century. The information is extracted from the pages of the weekly newspaper, The Strabane Morning Post, and much previously unavailable material has now been brought into the public domain. 428 pages.. Click for Full Index  About the Author

 
 
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Three centuries of life in a Tyrone parish. A history of Donagheady from 1600 to 1900
History of Donagheady  

This book tells the story of the parish of Donagheady and its families over three centuries. Donagheady occupies the most northerly portion of County Tyrone. It is a large parish, stretching from the River Foyle to the Sperrins. In the period covered by this study Donagheady experienced massive changes with the result that the parish in 1900 was a very different place from the one it had been in 1600. Through the Plantation..... 390 pgs.

 
 
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VITAL RECORDS OF THE SCOTS-IRISH FROM THE PARISH OF MAGILLIGAN, COUNTY LONDONDERRY, 1600-1800
Magilliagan Londonderry 1600-1800  

The aim of this ground-breaking book is to make available original and unique source material from the archives PRONI - early records from the Plantation of Ulster, hearth, muster and subsidy rolls, estate records, will abstracts, pre-1800 church records of births, marriages and deaths. Those listed in this book are among the founders of the Ulster-Scots and thus of the Scots-Irish who became the single most important ethnic group to settle in America during the eighteenth century. ...more details & surname list.....

 
 
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PLANTATION OF LONDONDERRY, c.1600-1670 - GENEALOGICAL GLEANINGS OF THE SCOTS-IRISH
Plantation of Co Londonderry  

Part Two in the series Scots-Irish origins, this volume focuses on the seventeenth century plantation of county Londonderry and makes available for the first time two important genealogical sources, the 1630 Muster Roll and the Summonister (Court) Rolls c.1615-1670 for Co. Londonderry. Mr. Forrest has utilised the Summonister Court Rolls, the 1622 survey by Phillips and Hadsor, the 1630 muster roll and the 1641 depositions to write a short history of the ‘Plantation of Londonderry c.1600-1670.’ He traces the development of the Londoners’ twelve plantations, as well as the growth of urbanization within the county focusing primarily on Londonderry, Coleraine and Limavady. There are 1,727 variant surnames contained in this volume that locate name to place....more details & surname list.....

 
 
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Inhabitants of the City of Derry / Londonderry Before the Siege
Inhabitants of Londonderry Before the Siege  

‘THE MAIDEN CITY’
THE INHABITANTS OF THE CITY OF DERRY / LONDONDERRY BEFORE THE SIEGE (c.1600-1688)

This is the third volume in the Scots-Irish Origins series. This volume focuses on the historic city of Derry/Londonderry in the seventeenth century and makes available a number of valuable and unique sources for the period.

The following seventeenth century records are included in this volume for the city of Derry/Londonderry:- the 1619 Inquisition; 1622 Muster Roll; 1628 Rent Roll; 1630 Muster Roll (599 names); 1642 Muster Rolls (9 companies); 1654/6 Civil Survey; 1659 Census; 1663 Hearth Money Roll; as well as numerous miscellaneous records including; Corporation records (Governors, Mayors, Aldermen, Sheriffs), lists of merchants and seamen linked to the port of Derry, Gravestone Inscriptions from the seventeenth century, siege records, Summonister (court) records (1611-1670), Will indexes (1600-1700), original will abstracts, and a list of Derry voters from 1697. 112 pages, over 2000 surnames.
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Genealogical Gleanings from County Londonderry: Thirty-one Will Transcripts from Coleraine and Distr
Thirty-one Will Transcripts  

In this volume, Mr. Forrest makes available the names of hundreds of Scots-Irish and their descendants who settled in the Lower Bann valley in and around the town of Coleraine in County Londonderry during the Ulster plantation. Coleraine was an important port during the Ulster plantation and many families that emigrated from Scotland in the seventeenth century entered into north Ulster through this important gate-way. Click for List of Wills & Surname Index

 
 
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Giantís Causeway and Dunluce Castle, by Robert McCahan
Giants Causeway McCahan  

Robert McCahan was the local historian of north Antrim. A prolific writer, he was born in 1863 in Ballycastle and wrote a series of fascinating history booklets on aspects of north Antrim’s history and geography. Most were published in the first quarter of the 20th Century. We offer his The Giant’s Causeway and Dunluce Castle as an E-book for a nominal fee. The 15 page booklet offers a fascinating insight and local views of the Dunluce Castle, Bushmills and Giant’s Causeway area from the perspective of a man living there at the turn of the century. Certain families, such as the Boyd, McQuillians, McDonnells and others are mentioned.

 
 
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Giantís Causeway and Dunluce Castle, by Rev. Canon Hugh Forde
Giants Causeway by Hugh Forde  

This 44 page booklet was published in 1927 and makes an excellent addition to any library on north Antrim. Like Rev. George Hill and Robert McCahan, Rev. Canon Forde, loved and wrote about aspects of County Antrim history. The Giant’s Causeway and Dunluce Castle is illustrated and covers the myths and lore of the district, its unique history and geography.

 
 
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