2 edition of Archaeological survey of the barony of Ikerrin found in the catalog.
Archaeological survey of the barony of Ikerrin
|Statement||by Geraldine T. Stout ; in association with the Roscrea Heritage Society ; on behalf of An Chomhairle Oiliúna (The Industrial Training Authority) ; with photographs by Brian Redmond.|
|Contributions||Roscrea Heritage Society., Industrial Training Authority (Ireland).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 146p. :|
|Number of Pages||146|
"Ceathramhain an Mhóta or Moatquarter 'motte', situated in the barony of Ikerrin north Tipperary, has been described in conflicting terms as 'the best known Anglo-Norman earthwork in Ely O'Carroll' and 'the old inauguration site of the kings of Éile'. Ikerrin: Tipperary: Lat/Lon: OSI Ref: S Discovery map # OS Sheet # Ballykelly House (H) In the Ordnance Survey Name Books describe Ballykelly House as "a gentleman's seat, so called".
The Barony of Giffen and its associated 15th-century castle were in the parish of Beith in the former District of Cunninghame, now North site may be spelled Giffen or Giffin and lay within the Lordship of Giffin, which included the Baronies of Giffen, Trearne, Hessilhead, Broadstone, Roughwood and Ramshead; valued at £ 9s 10d. The Barony of Giffen comprised a number of. The Kilkenny Archaeological Society is grateful to Mrs Sheila O’Kelly for permission to re-issue this book. Notice On mature reflection the Commitee of the Society has decided to change the title of Owen O’Kelly’s book from A History of County Kilkenny to The Place-Names of the County of .
The Down Survey, undertaken by groups of soldiers under Petty’s supervision, was the most ambitious and detailed mapped survey of any country and set the standard for future colonial surveys. These maps were to be used with the Books of Survey and Distribution, a compilation of . David La Touche was leasing a property valued at £8 to John A. La Touche, at Tomloskan, barony of Carrigallen, at the time of Griffith's Valuation. The house is not marked on the First ed. Ordnance Survey map but does appear on the later inch series. This house is still extant and has been restored. Tomloskan: Oughteragh: Bawnboy.
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Archaeological survey of the Dingle Peninsula: A description of the field antiquities of the Barony of Corca Dhuibhne from the Mesolithic period to = Suirbhé seandálaíochta Chorca Dhuibhne [Cuppage, Judith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Archaeological survey of the Dingle Peninsula: A description of the field antiquities of the Barony of Corca Dhuibhne from the Author: Judith Cuppage.
Archaeological Archaeological survey of the barony of Ikerrin book Of The Dingle Peninsula book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5. She assisted on the excavations at Knowth and Newgrange and has undertaken postgraduate and doctoral research on the Boyne valley.
Previous books: Farming in the Ancient Countryside, ; The Bend of the Boyne, ; Archaeological Survey of the Barony of Ikerrin, Archaeological survey of the Dingle Peninsula: A description of the field antiquities of the Barony of Corca Dhuibhne from the Mesolithic period to.
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= Suirbhé seandálaíochta Chorca Dhuibhne. [Judith Cuppage; Isabel Bennett]. The barony of Gilsland;: Lord William Howard's survey, taken in (Cumberland and Westmorland antiquarian and archaeological society. Extra series) [Howard, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The barony of Gilsland;: Lord William Howard's survey, taken in (Cumberland and Westmorland antiquarian and archaeological : William Howard.
The History and Topography of the County of Clare by James Frost Part II. History of Thomond Chapter 25 Book of Forfeitures and Distributions—continued.
The O'Meachairs and the Barony of Ikerrin. likes. A two day celebration of the O'Meachair/Maher/Meagher clan and their ancient homeland the Barony of Ikerrin.
(A) Barony of Bname (e.g. Barony of Castleknock before latest re-naming) (A1) Barony of Bname (County Cname) where more than 1 barony of the same name exists (e.g. Barony of Bantry (County Cork) as distinct from the Barony of Bantry in County Wexford.) This avoids the need for further disambiguators as no county has 2 baronies of the same name.
Title: Various County Archaeological Inventory/Survey Books for Counties Carlow, Cork, Donegal, Galway, Kerry, Laois, Louth, Meath, Offaly, Tipperary, Waterford, Wexford, Wicklow and the Barony of Ikerrin Author: Various Publisher: Mostly Irish Gov't Stationery Office (OPW), some are.
The Down Survey map c shows the barony of Iffa and Offa West and the parish of 'Shanrehen' (Figure 43). Unfortunately the lands within this parish were owned by protestants and are not surveyed.
The Down Survey map describes the parish lands as 'Sir. In connection with the history of the shire of Kent, in which we are now assembled, I offer the following Observations, illustrative of the succession to the Barony of William of Arques, i.
de Arcis, in this realm, during the medieval period of time between the Conquest of England and the reign of King that invaluable record, Domesday Book, which commences with the survey of Kent. Ikerrin: Tipperary: Lat/Lon: OSI Ref: S Discovery map # OS Sheet # Carrig (H) The National Inventory of Architectural Heritage describes this as a miller's house.
In The Ordnance Survey Name Books refer to it as " a good dwelling house, the residence of Christopher Dignan, there is a good flour mill. A Survey of Monuments of Archaeological and Historical Interest in the Barony of Bunratty Lower, Co. Clare by William Gerrard Ryan: Part 4: Castles and tower houses c Chapter Bunratty Parish.
BUNRATTY CASTLE. Nat. Grid Ref. R; ½” Sheet Source: John Hinde. THE CIVIL SURVEY OF TIPPERARY BY PROFESSOR T., CORCORAN S.J., Txm issue, at Eastertide. of the second volume of the Civil Survey of Ireland,completes the publication of one fully representative section of this important undertaking, which was entered on four years ago by the Irish Manuscripts Com mission.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Howard, William, Lord, Barony of Gilsland. Kendal, Printed by T. Wilson & Son, (OCoLC) The Ordnance Survey Name Books record William Middleton as the occupier of Elm Hill House in and mention the surroundings as "a very pretty demesne situated in a beautiful locality".
At the time of Griffith's Valuation, William Middleton was leasing this property from the Poe estate when the house was valued at almost £8. by G. Stout during the AnCO/RHS archaeological surveys of Ikerrin and Clonlisk (G.
Stout). Hers was the first barony survey in Ireland published with an accurate plan and section of all identifiable earthworks. Most surveys provide only a selection of dimensions collected from inspections, with the result that measure. A description of the field antiquities of the Barony of Corca Dhuibhne from the Mesolithic period to the = Suirbhe seandalaiochta Chorca Dhuibhne by Judith Cuppage Purchase on Amazon Comprehensive and detailed archaeological inventory of the Dingle Peninsula, Co.
Kerry. Describes sites and monuments, by type, from the earliest human activity to the seventeenth century AD in. Barony of Gaultier Historical Society, Waterford, Ireland.
1, likes talking about this 2 were here. The Barony of Gaultier Historical Society is an organisation that promotes both local.In Ireland, a barony (Irish: barúntacht, plural barúntachtaí) is a historical subdivision of a county, analogous to the hundreds into which the counties of England were divided.
Baronies were created during the Tudor reconquest of Ireland, replacing the earlier cantreds formed after the original Norman invasion. Some early baronies were later subdivided into half baronies with the same.From the Penal Era to the Famine.
Cork: Tower Books. Bowman, M.J. () Place names and Antiquities of the Barony of Duhallow. Masters Thesis edited by MacCarthy, J.J.
() and printed by British Library Cataloguing in Publications Data, UK. Breen, C. () An Archaeology of Southwest Ireland, – Dublin: Four Courts Press.