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This CD gives a registry of all armorial bearings for England, Scotland and Ireland from the origins to 1844.... More Info
This four volume set is a genealogical and heraldic history of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland enjoying territorial possessions or high official rank, but uninvested with heritable honours. The Commoners are people who do not fall under the categories of either being a monarch or a peer (someone who has inherited a title such as duke, marquis, earl, viscount, or baron). This CD may help you find information on prosperous relatives and their heritage. Published in 1835, this fou... More Info
The recommended way to find those who may have changed their name, giving both original and new names. First published by Phillimore and Co. in 1905... More Info
This set contains listings for all counties, cities, towns, villages (with population) and has detailed information on history, geography, architecture, agriculture or industry. Cassell's Gazetteer is a topographical dictionary invaluable in finding locations where your relatives may have lived. It includes photographs and colour maps for reference. *Digitally enhanced images of the original text *Includes photographs and maps *Bookmarked alphabetically *Fully printable... More Info
From Richard Cannon's early Victorian series of 'the history of every regiment', this CD covers the formation, marches and engagements of the Regiment from 1793 to 1842. Includes the Shropshire Volunteers, the capture of numerous towns in India, 1802-1806, the Insurrection at Hyderabad, Services against the Kandians. Also includes regimental biographies of Colonels. *Digitally enhanced images of the original text *Searchable text *Bookmarked by major headings *Fully printable ... More Info
The 1929 edition of the famous clerical directory, listing all clergy throughout the UK and those situated in outposts across the globe, with brief biographical details. This CD contains extensive supplementary information including indexes of benefices and churches from England, Wales and Ireland. * Digitally enhanced images of the original text * Searchable text * Bookmarked by major headings * Fully printable ... More Info
This CD contains pictures and biographies of soldiers from Ireland who earned the Victoria Cross and Honours. These include background, career and family information with details on the circumstances in which their awards were earned~ Also included is an extensive history and a Who's Who of the Tyneside Irish (politicians, brigade founders, etc.). *Digitally enhanced images of the original text *Searchable text *Bookmarked by major headings *Fully printable ~Information available var... More Info
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Written by Dr William Roulston, author of the best-selling Researching Scots Irish Ancestors and Research Director of Ulster Historical Foundation, Researching Presbyterian Ancestors in Ireland is a new genealogical guide to help you find your Irish and Scots-Irish ancestors. Millions of people around the world have Presbyterian ancestors from Ireland. The aim of this book is to help those with...More Info
James Solas Dodds Travellers ‘Director’ is a less well known guide to Ireland, published in 1801 to cater for English people wishing to holiday in Ireland. The book begins with a description of Dublin city, including a detailed engraved map. He then tours the country following all the main roads throughout the island. For each place he describes the topography, economy, public buildings, gentl...More Info
This remarkable and exceptionally rare publication was the second and corrected edition of the first road map of Ireland. Originally published in 1778, the authors felt it necessary to reissue the title quickly to correct deficiencies. The maps were commissioned by the House of Commons in Ireland, and contain 289 pages of maps. The index for these detailed maps shows distances in English and Irish...More Info
Lewis's Topographical Dictionary of Ireland is the first detailed study of its kind for Ireland. It was published in 1837, before the Famine (1845-50), so it is very important for historians and genealogists of the early nineteenth century. Lewis gives details about every parish, town and village in Ireland, including numbers of inhabitants, the economy, history, topography, religion and parish st...More Info
Henry D. Inglis, A Journey Throughout Ireland, During the Spring Summer & Autumn of 1834 (4th ed., 1836. This book was considered to be one of the most important early nineteenth century commentaries on Ireland. Inglis was a Scottish travel writer and social commentator who published many books concerning various countries worldwide. This was his last title, as he died the following year. He visit...More Info