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2151. Adams, JRR: Merchants in Plenty - Joseph Smyth's Belfast Directories of 1807 and 1808, with an Historical Introduction and Bibliography of Belfast Directories to 1900.

Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 1991 iv + 88pp 23 x 15cm. Four illustrations and map. Pictorial glazed card covers, in near-mint condition. 8.00


13121. Allison, R.S.: The Surgeon Probationers.

Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 1979. xviii+142 pp. 22 x 15.5 cm. In World War 1 there were not enough doctors for every ship in the Royal Navy so medical students were recruited, trained up and sent on duty. The appendix lists them with the ship on which they served. Six illustrations. Gold-blocked blue boards, in a good dustwrapper. 15.00


12178. Amory, Thomas C.: The Life of Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin Baronet His English and American Ancestors.

Boston: Cupples, Upham and Company, 1886. 24.5 x 15.5 cm. 141+24 pp. with tissue guarded frontispiece. The last 24 pp are the publisher's catalogue. Contains as an insert a handwritten four page letter dated 1965 re the book and issues relating to research on the family. Hardback, dark blue boards, spine professionally restored, internally tight, clean, barring a very few light pencil annotations. A very good copy of an extremely scarce book. 495.00


17035. Armagh Diocesan Historical Society: Seanchas Ard Mhacha Journal of the Armagh Diocesan Historical Society Vol. 13 No, 1 1988.

Armagh: Armagh Diocesan Historical Society, 1988. Edited by Reamonn O Muiri. pp ix+270. 23.5 x 15 cm. Coloured frontispiece. Folding genealogical table. Articles include: Canterbury and Armagh 1443-1456, Bishop Conor O Devannney OFM 1533-1612, The Last Earls of Tyrone in Spain and Captain Bernardo O Neill illegitimate son of Eoghan Rua, The Gaelic account of the Bruce Invasion Cath Fhochairte Brighite, The Armagh Mechanics Institute, John Boyle O'Reilly, Father Bernard Murphy of Termonmagurk 1832-1897, and others. Fourteen llustrations. Pictorial glazed card covrs. Ffep removed. Some minor wear, otherwise good. This remains one of the most important local history journals, with articles of the highest standard. 20.00


11848. Armagh Diocesan Historical Society: Seanchas Ard Mhacha Journal of the Armagh Diocesan Historical Society Vol 10 No 2 1982

Armagh: Armagh Diocesan Historical Society 1982. x + pp 267-528. 24 x 15.5 cm. Illustrated. Articles include: The Killing of Thomas Birch United Irishman March 1797, and the meeting of The Armagh Freeholders 19th Apr. 1797, Don Bernardo O Neill of Aughnacloy, The Appointments of Patrick Curtis and Thomas Kelly as Archbishop and Coajutor Archbishop of Armagh, An Logainm Toin Re Gaoith, Agrarian disturbances around Crossmaglen 1835-55, Some observations on contemporary allegations as to Bishop Dominick Bellew's (1745-1813) Sympathies during the 1798 rebellion in Connaught, The Life of St. Monenna by Conchubranus part III, Ballentaken - Beragh in the 17th century, and others. In good condition, in slightly worn card covers. This remains one of the most important local history journals, with articles of the highest standard. 20.00


11854. Armagh Diocesan Historical Society: Seanchas Ard Mhacha Journal of the Armagh Diocesan Historical Society Vol 14 No 1 1990.

Armagh: Armagh Diocesan Historical Society 1987. pp xii+266. Illustrated. Articles include, William Crolly archbishop of Armagh 1835-49, the Archaeology of Brugh Na Boinne during the early centuries AD, Two Sixteenth Century Munster Primates Donnchadh O Taidhg 1560-62 and Richard Creagh 1564-85, Kilmakedar, Archbishop Magauran and his return to Ireland, The Rev. James Porter Dissenting Minister of Greyabbey 1753-98, The Monasterboice Inscriptions, and others. In very good condition. This remains one of the most important local history journals, with articles of the highest standard. 20.00


11856. Armagh Diocesan Historical Society: Seanchas Ard Mhacha Journal of the Armagh Diocesan Historical Society Vol 17 No 1 1996-1997.

Armagh: Armagh Diocesan Historical Society 1996-97. pp xi+286. Illustrated. Articles include, The Translation work of the Irish Franciscans, The Family of Comedinus Offercheran, Bishop George Montgomery's Survey of the Parishes of Derry Diocese c.1609, The Rectors and Students of the Irish College at Alcala 1649-1785, the Escape of the Fenians Western Australia 17 Apr. 1876, Michael Cardinal Logue 1840-1924, and others. In very good condition. This remains one of the most important local history journals, with articles of the highest standard. 20.00


11842. Armagh Diocesan Historical Society: Seanchas Ard Mhacha Journal of the Armagh Diocesan Historical Society Vol 7 No 1 1973.

Armagh: Armagh Diocesan Historical Society 1973. viii+214 pp. Illustrated. Articles include, the O'Neill's of the Fews, The Crossmaglen Conspiracy Case part II, Archbishop Hugh MacMahon, Fasti of Saint John's Priory Ardee, and others. In very good condition, in slightly worn card covers. This remains one of the most important local history journals, with articles of the highest standard. 20.00


11845. Armagh Diocesan Historical Society: Seanchas Ard Mhacha Journal of the Armagh Diocesan Historical Society Vol 8 No 2 1977.

Armagh: Armagh Diocesan Historical Society 1977. vii+ pp 229-457. Illustrated. Articles include, Tomaltach Ua Conchobair Coarb of Patrick, Recent Archaeological Excavations in Armagh City, Two Viking age coins recently found at Abbey Street, Bishops and Ministers in Ulster during the Primacy of Ussher, The Methodist Baptismal register of the Newry Circuit 1830-1865, Gravestone Inscriptions in Tullyallen, Some Aspects of the Great Famine in Co. Armagh, The Armagh Elections of 1885-6, the O'Neills of the Fews part III, and others. In good condition, in slightly worn card covers. This remains one of the most important local history journals, with articles of the highest standard. 20.00


11847. Armagh Diocesan Historical Society: Seanchas Ard Mhacha Journal of the Armagh Diocesan Historical Society Vol 9 No 2 1979.

Armagh: Armagh Diocesan Historical Society 1979. viii+ pp 239-453. Illustrated. Articles include, Pope John Paul II in Ireland, the Life of St Monenna by Cochubranus part I, The Military Order of Saint Patrick, 1593, The Migration of Ulster Catholics to Connaught 1795-96, agrarian disturbances around Crossmaglen 1835-55, St Patrick's Church in Rouen, Art Mac Bionaid Scriobhai, The Society of the Sacred Heart in Armagh 1851-1859, Another Look aat the Battle of Benburb 5 June 1646, tributes to the late Bishop Francis Lenny, and others. In good condition, in slightly worn card covers. This remains one of the most important local history journals, with articles of the highest standard. 20.00


11878. Auld, Con: Holywood Co. Down Then and Now.

Holywood: Con Auld, 2002. 176 pp. 21 x 29.5 cm. Essays by an Old Resident at the Beginning of a New Millenium. Illustrated with drawings and maps. Bibliography. Really useful biographies of local artists. Pictorial glazed card covers. Author dedication on title-page, o/w as new. 20.00


9437. Bassett, George Henry: County Down 100 Years Ago a guide and directory 1886.

Belfast: The Friars Bush Press, 1988. A reprint of the first edition of 1886. "Including the Borough of Newry. A book for manufacturers, merchants, traders, land-owners, farmers, tourists, anglers, and sportsmen generally." 414 pp. 20 x 13 cm. Fascinating Illustrated advertisements. Pictorial glazed card covers. In good condition. The original 1886 copy is very scarce, and even these reprints are now increasingly hard to find. 15.00


6647. Belfast Free Library Special Collections Committee: The Williamson Family Papers Volume 1 The College Years 1844-1852.

Rockport Maine: Picton Press April 2003. 116 pp. paperback, in very good condition. Family papers from a family in Belfast Maine. 10.00


10048. Belfast Literary Society: Belfast Literary Society 1801-1901 Historical Sketch with Memoirs of some Distinguished Members.

Belfast: McCaw, Stevenson & Orr Ltd The Linenhall Press 1902. 27 by 19.5 cms. 190 pp. illustrated with nine portrait plates. Limited to 300 copies of which this is no. 211. Bound in reddish brown textured boards with a decorative front cover and fold over edges, some plates have left a matching sized, light discoloration on the facing page, but overall condition is very good, near fine. This is a invaluable resource for the cultural life of Belfast in the nineteenth century. It contains a history of the Society along with biographical notices, a list of members with papers read by them, a list of officers and other details of the Society. Having been limited to 300 copies these original copies rarely turn up on the market. The 38 biographical memoirs include, James McDonnell, William Bruce, W.H. Drummond, Henry Joy, John Templeton, William Bruce, William Neilson, James Thompson, Henry Montgomery, William Thompson, Prof. Thomas Andrews, etc. 350.00


13621. Black, Gladys Houston: A Tale That is Told.

Lurgan: Ulster Society Publications, 1997. First edition. 222 pp. 24 x 14 cm. Twenty-three illustrations. Genealogical charts for Houston of Badoney, Black of Drumsurn, Steen of Bellaney, McCullough of Landahussy, Miller of Straidarran, and Douglas, Love, Loughery, and Templeton families. Glazed pictorial card covers, in very good condition. Mrs Black's family background is the Glenelly valley in Co. Tyrone. 23.00


17134. Burke's Peerage: The Burke's Peerage World Book of Bretts.

Aldbourne: Halbert's Family Heritage, 1996. 48 pp. 27.5 x 21 cm. Illustrated. Printed card covers. Various loose inserts. In good condition. 15.00


12851. Burke's Peerage: The Burke's Peerage World Book of Johnstons.

London: Burke's Peerage, 1998. c500pp. 27 x 21 cm. Chapters on human migration, how surnames originated, heraldry, genealogy, and a list of addresses for Shaws world wide. A genealogical tool. Gold-blocked card covers. In good condition. 45.00


12850. Burke's Peerage: The Burke's Peerage World Book of Morrisons.

London: Burke's Peerage, 1998. c500pp. 27 x 21 cm. Chapters on human migration, how surnames originated, heraldry, genealogy, a list of addresses for Shaws world wide, and an Index to Morrison Wills. A genealogical tool. Gold-blocked card covers. In good condition. 45.00


3267. Burke's Peerage: The Burke's Peerage World Book of Shaws.

London: Burke's Peerage, 1996. c500pp. 27 x 21 cm. Chapters on human migration, how surnames originated, heraldry, genealogy, and a list of addresses for Shaws world wide. A genealogical tool. Gold-blocked card covers. Enclosed loose at the end are the correspondence about this book, and a Shaw Coat of Arms. In good condition. 45.00


14861. Burke, Sir Bernard, Ulster King of Arms: The Romance of the Aristocracy: or, Anecdotes and Records of Distinguished Families.

London: Hurst and Blackett, 1855. New and Revised Edition. Volumes 1 and 3 only, of 3. Volume 1 iv + 387 + 24 pp. Volume 3 iv + 348 pp. 20 x 13 cm. 41 + 39 essays on the exploits of the aristocracy, disputed titles, duels, outlaws, Beckford and Fonthill, decadence, wills, apparitions, escapes, sieges, and deaths, not forgetting the Earl of Selkirk and Paul Jones. Original elaborate blind-stamped red boards, with professionall replaced endpapers and gold-blocked spines. Great read, in very good condition. 45.00


17676. Burls, John, editor: Nine Generations A History of the Andrews Family, Millers of Comber.

Comber: Isaac Andrews & Sons, 1958. 170 pp. 22 x 14 cm. 22 illustrations. Pictorial boards, in very good condition, in a matching very-good dustwrapper. From the manuscript of Sydney Andrews 20.00


12559. Calamy, Edmund: An Account of the Ministers, Lecturers, Masters and Fellows of Colleges and Schoolmasters, who were Ejected or Silenced after the Restoration in 1660.

London: Printed for J. Lawrence, in the Poultry; and four others 1713. By or before the Act for Uniformity. design'd for the preserving to posterity, the memory of their names, characters, writings and sufferings. Volume II of two vols. 19.5 by 12 cms. xxxii+864 pp. in contemporary calf with a modest blind stamped pattern to boards, six panelled spine with raised bands and a modern spine label black, lettered gold. The ffep has the names Thom Macquay 1716, and John Weir, Sarah Weir and William Weir Stewarts Town. We assume this to be Stewartstown Co. Tyrone. Edmund Calamy, 1671-1732 was grandson of the famous Edmund Calamy the Elder. His fame rests not on his sermons but on his Nonconformist biographies. He wrote an abridgement of Richard Baxter's Narrative of his life and times and continued it up to 1691 with a chapter on Ministers ejected in 1662. This was published in 1702. The second edition of his Abridgement of Baxter's History was split into two vols. Vol II is an expansion of chaper ix of the 1702 edition of these Ministers. It is a monumental work, giving biographies and the literary works of these men. It is arranged by London and then each English county. It can stand alone from Vol I. The binding shows wear but has been professionally restored and is a sound tight copy and is internally clean and unmarked. A scarce volume. 550.00


14875. Cameron, Grant, compiler: Coleraine Old Boys Association 1990.

Coleraine: Coleraine Old Boys Association, 1990. 128 pp. 20.5 x 14.5 cm. The annual Coleraine Academical Institution Old Boys Association publication. Long lists of names, obituaries, correspondence, lots of b&w illustrations, advertisements, and topical news pieces. Pictorial card covers, in very good condition. 10.00


6624. Cameron, John: In Stow's Footsteps A Chronological History of the Congregational Churches in S.A. 1837-1977.

Port Adelaide: South Australian Congregational History Project Committee 1987. Dedicatory inscription on title page along with but not by the author's signature dated June 1990. 150 pp. illustrated, hardcover, laminated boards. In very good condition, near fine. Traces the history of the Congregational Churches in South Australia from the arrival of the first pioneer Minister, Rev. T. Q. Stow to 1977, the advent of Church Union. Extensive lists of ministers, churches and office bearers, including material not previously published. 18.00


3347. Campbell College: The Campbell College Register 1894-1954.

Belfast: Campbell College, 1954. Fourth edition. 420pp. Illustrated, green boards. Everything you need to know about staff and pupils of this famous Belfast School. Covers a bit stained. 10.00


9145. Campbell College: The Campbell College Register 1894-1982.

Belfast: Campbell College, 1982. Fifth edition. 699 pp. Illustrated, green boards, gold crest on front cover. Everything you need to know about staff and pupils of this famous Belfast School. In very good fresh condition. Previous editions in 1913, 1927, 1938, and 1954. 15.00


17562. Casey, Gavan: The Irish Connection Tipperary to Echuca.

Melbourne: Anne Casey, 1987. Number 150, of a limited edition of 200. 46 pp. 25 x18 cm. 16 illustrations. Pictorial glazed card covers. The story of a family that in 1854 emigrated from Tipperary to Australia. An interesting, well-illustrated, family history. 15.00


11933. Christian Brothers: Christian Brothers Belfast Souvenir Golden Jubilee 1866-1916.

Belfast: Christian Brothers, 1916. 152 pp. + 40-page advertising supplement. 24.5 x 18.5 cm. Profusely illustrated. Embossed, colour-printed, matt card covers. The covers are quite worn and rubbed. The photographs and notes of past pupils section has some seven pages where a photo or biography has been cut out, and a few other pages have some ink annotation on photographs, identifying individuals. Despite the imperfect state of some pages this is a splendid record of half a century of the Order in Belfast. Fascinating too to see two pages of photographs of past pupils on active service. More details on request. Very scarce. 55.00


10824. Clare, Wallace: A Simple Guide to Irish Genealogy.

London: Printed for the author by the Goldsmith Press 1937. 24.5 by 18.5 cms. 34 pp. some spotting, a fair copy, but with a useful bibliography. 9.00


17828. Clarke, R.S.J.: Old Families from Downpatrick & District from Gravestone Inscriptions, Wills and Biographical Notes.

Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 1993. Gravestone Inscriptions County Down Volume 21. xii + 195 pp. 24.5 x 15 cm. Includes Downpatrick, Inch, Killyleagh, and Saul Graveyards. 21 illustrations. Bibliography. Pictorial glazed card covers. In very good condition. 20.00


15265. Clarke, R.S.J.: Gravestone Inscriptions Belfast, Volume 3.

Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 1986. xv+215 pp. 21.5 x 15 cm. Includes Balmoral Cemetery, Friends' Burial Ground, and Malone Presbyterian Church. Bibliography. Pictorial glazed-card covers. 20.00


17822. Clarke, R.S.J.: Gravestone Inscriptions Belfast: Volume 1 Shankill Graveyard and Tablets in Christ Church and St George's Church.

Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 1982. 169 pp. 21.5 x 15 cm. Sixteen illustrations. Bibliography. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. Overall in very good condition. 30.00


1043. Clarke, R.S.J.: Gravestone Inscriptions Belfast: Volume 2 Friar's Bush and Milltown Graveyards.

Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 1984. 270 pp. 21.5 x 15 cm. Nineteen illustrations. Bibliography. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. Showing a little shelfwear and a small corner crease to the bottom of the front cover, otherwise in good condition. 30.00


17829. Clarke, R.S.J.: Gravestone Inscriptions County Down Barony of Lecale Volume 8.

Belfast: The Ulster-Scot Historical Foundation, 1972. x + 94 + (4) pp. 24.5 x 15.5 cm. Includes Ardglass, Ballee, Ballycruttle, Ballyculter, Bright, Dunsfort, Kilclief, Killough, Old Court, Rossglass, and Saul Graveyards. 8 illustrations. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. Front outer hinge is scuffed, o/w in good condition. 27.50


17827. Clarke, R.S.J.: Gravestone Inscriptions County Down Volume 1.

Belfast: The Ulster-Scot Historical Society, 1966. xi + 124 pp. 24.5 x 16 cm. Includes Breda, Carryduff, Castlereagh, Drumbo, Gransha, Hillhall, Killybawn, Knockbrackan, Moneyrea, and Tullynakill Graveyards. 8 illustrations. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. 1-com closed tear to rear cover, o/w in very good condition. 40.00


17826. Clarke, R.S.J.: The Heart of Downe Old Banbridge Families from , Wills and Biographical Notes.

Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 1989. Gravestone Inscriptions County Down Volume 20. xi + 177 pp. 24.5 x 15 cm. Includes Ballydown Presbyterian, Banbridge, Clare Roman Catholic, Lawrencetown, Magherally, Moyallon Friends', Seapatrick, Seapatrick Church of Ireland, Tullylish, and Tullylish Presbyterian Graveyards. 19 illustrations. Bibliography. Index to Graveyards in Volumes 16 - 20. Index to names in Volumes 16 - 20. Pictorial glazed card covers. In very good condition. 20.00


7544. Cole, A.O.C. and Cole, Jean Murray, editors: Kawartha Heritage Proceedings of the Kawartha Conference 1981.

Ontario: 1981. 198 pp. illustrated, paperback. Articles on this district of Ontario centre on, Native People, the Waterway, Early Personalities, Literary Pioneers, Peterborough Settlers, Demonstrations and Symposia. Useful material on Irish settlers. 10.00


16683. Collingwood, W.G., editor: Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Volume 1 New Series.

Kendal: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 1901. vii + 350 pp. 23 x 15 cm. Articles include Bishop Nicholson's Diaries, On Roman Medicine and Practitioners, Gerard Lowther's House Penrith, The Nelsons of Penrith, On some surviving fairies, Cawmire or Corner Hall, The Pedigree of Wastell of Wastell Head, Ormshed and its Church, Witherslack Church and Manor, The Chambers family of Raby Cote, Matterdale Church and School, Swindale Chapel, Kentmere Hall, and others. 22 plates, 1 folding and coloured, 25 figures, 2 folding maps, 2 plans, 5 genealogies, four folding. Gold-blocked gray boards. Wear to spine extremities, otherwise good. 29.50


6412. Colwell, Stella: Family Roots Discovering the Past in the Public Record Office.

London: Weidenfeld and Nicholson 1991. 27 by 20 cms. 231 pp. illustrated, very good, almost as new in dustwrapper. An indispensable guide to tracing family history through the public records by a professional genealogist. Provides the key to invaluable but largely untapped records relating to taxation, land and law. 15 varied case studies. Throughs light on emigration, immigration and migration. 15.00


18577. Connolly, Michael C., editor: They Change Their Sky The Irish in Maine.

Orono, Maine: The University of Maine Press, 2004. xix + 414 pp. 26.5 x 18.5 cm. 47 illustrations. Silver-blocked grey boards, in very good condition, in a v.g. dustwrapper. A groundbreaking study. "Important new esays in Maine History". 30.00


15891. Cookstown District Council: Cookstown's War Dead 1914-1918 1939-1945.

Cookstown, Tyrone: Cookstown District Council, 2007. 416 pp. 21 x 15 cm. Biographies of the War Dead of Cookstown and District, and, where possible, photographs. Good historical and geneological material. Profusely illustrated. Pictorial matt card covers. In very good condition. 25.00


10846. Costello, Con: A Class Apart The Gentry Families of County Kildare.

Dublin: Nonsuch 2005. 128 pp. illustrated, softcovers, in very good condition, almost as new. The great gentry families are all but gone but this book tells their story and their legacy. 10.00


15896. Crawford, Joe: Lisbellaw "The Hard Rocks" A Gazetter of Lisbellaw and Surrounding District.

Lisbellaw: Lisbellaw Community History Project, 1992 A Gazetteer of Facts and Figures People, Places and Events. viii+286 pp. 29.5 x 20.5 cm. This is a very detailed study and would greatly assist anyone looking at local or family history in the area. Profusely illustrated. Maps. Genealogies. Pictorial glazed card covers. Very minor shelf wear, otherwise in good condition. It now seems to be scarce. 70.00


18736. Crawford, W. H. and R.H. Foy: Townlands in Ulster Local History Studies.

Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 1998. 239 pp. 26.5 x 21 cm. Eight essays by experienced local historians who describe the development of their townland over the last four hundred years. Maps. Illustrations. Index. Pictorial glazed card covers, in very good condition. Rather a scarce book nowadays. 45.00


16785. Cushendall Development Group.: Townlands in the Parish of Cushendall.

Ballycastle: Cushendall Development Group, 2001. 91 pp. 29.5 x 21 cm. Sixty-five townlands, with their acreage, and in most cases a photograph or drawing in b&w. Four plates in colour, map, and location map. Bibliography. Pictorial glazed card covers. In very good condition, almost as new. A very useful study. 20.00


11914. Day, A, McWilliams P and others, editors: Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Parishes of County Londonderry VII, 1834-35 South Londonderry Vol. 25.

Belfast: 1994. xiv+144 pp. illustrated, maps. Paperback. Covers the parishes of Bovevagh and Tamlaght Finlagan. Includes Ballykelly. These O.S. memoirs were written to accompany the 6 inch maps. They cover most of the northern half of Ireland. Never published at the time, with one exception, they constitute a 19th century Doomsday book of the country just before the Famine. They document the landscape, buildings and antiquities, land holdings and population, employment and livelihood of the parishes. In very good condition. 15.00


15574. Day, A. and McWilliams P. editors: Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Parishes of County Antrim XI ,1832-33, 1833-35, 1835-39 Vol 29.

Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies Queens University 1995. xiv+157pp. illustrations, soft covers. Covers the parishes of Antrim Town and Ballyclare, (Antrim, Doagh, Donegore, Kilbride). These O.S. memoirs were written to accompany the 6inch maps. They cover most of the northern half of Ireland. Never published at the time, with one exception, they constitute a 19th century Doomsday book of the country just before the Famine. In very good condition. 15.00


6382. Day, A. and McWilliams P. eds.: Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Parishes of County Antrim 1. 1838-9 Vol 2.

Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies, 1990. xii+115pp. illustrations, maps. Hardback. Covers the parishes of Ballmartin, Ballyrobert, Ballywalter, Carnmoney, Mallusk. Newtownabbey. These O.S. memoirs were written to accompany the 6inch maps. They cover most of the northern half of Ireland. Never published at the time, with one exception, they constitute a 19th century Doomsday book of the country just before the Famine. 15.00


12752. Day, A. and McWilliams P. eds.: Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol 7 Parishes of County Down II 1832-4, 1837 North Down and The Ards.

Belfast: 1991. xii+127pp. 24.5 x 17 cm. illustrations, maps. Glazed pictorial card covers. Includes the parishes of Ardkeen, Ardquin, Ballyhalbert, Ballyphilip, Ballytrustan, Ballywalter, Bangor, Castlboy, Comber, Donaghadee, Drumbeg, Drumbo, Dundonald, Grey Abbey, Holywood, Inisargy, Killinchy, Kilmood, Knockbreda, Newtownards, Saintfield, Slanes, Tullynakill, Witter. These O.S. memoirs were written to accompany the 6 inch maps. They cover most of the northern half of Ireland. Never published at the time, with one exception, they constitute a 19th century Doomsday book of the country just before the Famine, and are an important resource. Signed by the editors on the title page. 15.00


3306. Day, A. and McWilliams P., editors: Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Volume One Parishes of County Armagh 1835-8.

Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies, 1990. xi+132 pp. 24.5 x 17 cm. Covers all the parishes of County Armagh, except Armagh City. These O.S. memoirs were written to accompany the six-inch maps. The Memoirs cover most of the northern half of Ireland. Not published at the time, with one exception, the Memoirs constitute a nineteenth-century Doomsday Book of the country just before the Famine. Eight maps. Pictorial glazed card covers. In very good condition. 15.00


17589. Day, A. and Patrick McWilliams, editors: Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Parishes of County Londonderry IV Vol 15, 1824, 1833-5 Roe Valley Upper Dungiven.

Belfast: The Institute of Irish Studies, 1992. xiii + 122 pp. 24.5 x 17 cm. Ten illustrations, including 2 maps. Pictorial glazed card covers. In very good condition. Roe Valley Upper, and Dungiven. The O.S. memoirs were written to accompany the 6-inch maps. They cover most of the northern half of Ireland. Not published at the time, with one exception, they constitute a nineteenth-century Doomsday Book of the country, just before the Famine. 15.00


17634. Day, Angelique, and Patrick McWilliams, editors: Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Parishes of County Tyrone 1, 1821, 1823, 1831-36, North, West and South Tyrone.

Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies, Queens University of Belfast, 1990. xi + 147 pp. 24.5 x 17 cm. Three illustrations. Three maps. Pictorial glazed card covers. Includes 13 parishes of Tyrone: Aghalurcher, Ardstraw, Cappagh, Clogher, Donacavey, Donaghedy, Dromore, Drumragh, Lilskerry, Leckpatrick, Longfield, Skirts of Urney and Ardstraw, and Termonamongan. Includes the towns of Castlederg, Clogher, Fintona, Fivemiletown, Omagh, Strabane, and Newtownstewart. These O.S. memoirs were written to accompany the 6-inch maps, and include most of the northern half of Ireland. Never published at the time, with one exception, they constitute a 19th-century Doomsday Book of the country just before the Famine. 25.00


16524. Dickinson, William Croft, editor: The Sheriff Court Book of Fife 1515-1522.

Edinburgh: Printed at the University Press for the Scottish History Society 1928. Publications of the Scottish History Society Third Series Volume xii . cv+440+4+9 22.5 x 15 cm. Gold-blocked green boards, with the gilt Seal of the Society on the front board. Some rubbing and light discolouration to the bottom of the front board, otherwise very good. The book contains the Report of the 41st Meeting of the Society, 10th Dec. 1927. Indexes of Persons, and Places. There is also at the rear a list of the Society's publications. Bookplate of D.D.A. Simpson, late Professor of Archaeology, Queen's University, Belfast, on the front pastedown. 25.00


13353. Dobson, David: Later Scots-Irish Links 1725-1825 Part Two.

Baltimore: Clearfield Company 2005. 99 pp. 21.5 x 14 cm. Very useful lists of names, each name with a few details, and source. Card covers, in very good condition. 10.00


13351. Dobson, David: Scots-Irish Links 1575-1725 Part Four.

Baltimore: Clearfield Company 2004. 108 pp. 21.5 x 14 cm. Very useful lists of names, each name with a few details, and source. Pictorial card covers, in very good condition. 10.00


13352. Dobson, David: Scots-Irish Links 1575-1725 Part One and Part Two.

Baltimore: Clearfield Company 2002. 29+27 pp. 21.5 x 14 cm. Very useful lists of names, each name with a few details, and source. Pictorial card covers, in very good condition. 10.00


17716. Dolan, Liam: The Third Earl of Leitrim.

Fanad, Co. Donegal: Published on behalf of James Shiels, 1978. 135 pp. 21 x 14.5 cm. 24 illustrations. Map. Pictorial semi-matt card covers, in very good condition. One of Ireland's most unnpopular and dspised landlords, Lord Leitrim was assassinated at Fanad in 1878. Privately printed. Very scarce. 42.00


13122. Duffy, Godfrey F: Tracing Your Donegal Ancestors.

Glenageary: Flyleaf Press 1996. 94 pp, softcovers, there is a little minor ink marking on a few pages otherwise in very good condition. Sets out the records available for Donegal, where they can be accessed, and how they can be used to best effect in tracing families there. 12.00


13510. Dunaway, Wayland F.: The Scotch-Irish of Colonial Pennsylvania.

Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. 1985. first published in 1944. 273 pp. hardback, no dustwrapper, in very good condition. 25.00


6637. Durning-Lawrence, Lady: Notes and Illustrations concerning the Family History of James Smith of Coventry (b. 1731- d 1794) and his descendants with tables of pedigrees.

West Norwood: Truslove & Bray, Privately Printed 1912. xii+131 +17 tables of pedigrees some folded. With 26 plates most portraits of various members of the family. The family was associated with Coventry and Manchester. It is unusual to have such a comprehensive record of an essentially bourgeois family published in book form. The eldest son of James Smith married and lived in Philadelphia. Another member helped to found the Manchester Guardian newspaper. One was a Director of the London and Birmingham Railway. The rear board has cockled a bit otherwise the book is in very good condition. 25.00


16720. Ferguson, Joan PS: Scottish Family Histories.

Edinburgh: National Library of Scotland, 1986. Second edition. xii + 254 pp. 25 x 19 cm. Brief entries for c3,200 publications dealing with Scotish families. Silver-blocked green boards, in dw. Tthe book, itself, is in very good condition, and there is one short closed tear in the dw. 11.50


18718. Foy, R.H.: Dear Uncle Immigrant letters to Antrim from the U.S.A. 1843-1852. The Kerr letters with accompanying notes on their background.

Antrim: Antim & Disrict Historical Society, 1989. 117 pp. 21 x 15 cm. 23 illustrations. 2 family trees. Bibliography. Glazed pictorial card covers, in a metal comb binder. In very good condition. 15.00


15103. Gaskell, Ernest: Ulster Leaders Social and Political.

London: The Queenhithe Printing and Publishing Co. Ltd, 1914. Printed solely for private circulation at three guineas. 27.5 x 20.5 cm. No pagination. Biographies of some 117 men (no women) with photographs of many of them. Nine-two of the subjects are Justices of the Peace, including, and alongside, Lords Lieutenant, Earls, owners of large estates, the Archbishop of Armagh, County Councillors, doctors, James Craig and Edward Carson. Ernest Gaskell seems to have been Carrie Amy Campion, later Mrs North, died 1910. The series of Leaders Social and Political may have run to about twenty-five volumes, published between 1890 and 1920. This volume, which covers the former nine-county Ulster, was probably the only Irish volume published. Half red morocco and red cloth, six panelled spine, gilt shamrock to panels, gilt spine titling, gilt title to front board, a.e.g., and original gold-and-brown decorative endpapers. Original spine professionally relaid. Showing some wear, and some fading to boards. There are small pencilled ticks against some of the names on the contents list. A very scarce item. 550.00


1162. Grant, Julia M. editor: St. Leonards School 1877 - 1927.

Oxford: University Press 1927. x+178 pp. illustrated, spine a bit faded otherwise v.g. A famous Scottish Girls School. 10.00


16059. Haines, Keith: To the Ends of the Earth Campbellians at War.

Belfast: Campbell College, 2002. Archive Series no 1. 63 pp. 21 x 14.5 cm. The contribution of ex-pupils of Campbell College to war, starting with the Boer War. Thirty plates. Pictorial matt card covers. In very good condition. 20.00


16330. Harkness, Kate J: Grandfather's Box An Irish Family History.

Isle of Wight: Kate Harkness,1993. 134 pp. 21 x 14.5 cm. Eight generations of the Moore Family of County Antrim. The author's family was Moore of Moore View Farm, Antrim. Profusely illustrated, with photographs of people and places, documents, and family trees. Pictorial glazed card covers. Slight wear to front cover. Signed by the author. 30.00


16071. Harrison, A.T., editor: The Graham Indian Mutiny Papers.

Belfast: Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 1980. lix+167pp. 30 x 22 cm. At the time of the Mutiny the Graham family from Ulster had 7 members in India of whom 2 adults and 2 children perished. These papers give an insight into the reaction of Anglo-India to the Mutiny, and how ordinary life continued. Historiographical essay by T.G.Fraser. Twenty-nine illustrations, and two maps. Glossary. Index. Gold-blocked blue boards. Very good in a good dustwrapper. 15.00


18544. Henderson, J.W.: Methodist College Belfast 1868-1938 A Survey and Retrospect.

Belfast: Mehodist College, 1939. In two olumes. Volume 1, xi + 477 pp, Volume II, vii + 479-958 pp. Extensively illustrated. Gold-blocked navyblue boards. No dustwrappers. The original dw was plain cream cloth. Contains staff and pupil lists, biographies of those who served in WWI, etc. Photographs and family histories of many past pupils and staff. A major resource for genealogists. In very good condition, near mint. The standard history. Please note that the unpackaged weight of these two books is 2,500g. Overseas shipping will require extra postage. 30.00


18065. Hill, George: An Historical Account of The Macdonnells of Antrim: including Notices of some other Septs, Irish and Scottish.

Cushendall: The Glens of Antrim Historical Society, 1976. Reprint. ii + 510 pp. 24.5 x 20 cm. A photolithographic facsimile of the first edition of 1873. Introduction by E.R.R. Green. Gold-blocked green boards, in good condition, in a good dustwrapper. An important study of this great Antrim family, from the time they separated from the senior branch of the Clan Donald, the Lords of the Isles, until 1873. 55.00


10052. Hoeven, F. van der , editor: Almanach De St-Petersbourg Cour, Monde et Ville 1912.

Pour La Russie: Societe M.O. Wolff editeurs. Pour tous les autres Pays: H.A. Ludwig Degener Verlagsbuchhandlung Leipzig 1912. 23 by 15.5 cms. 618 pp. in polished calf boards with gilt edge border and titling to front board, a.e.g. spine professionally repaired, some edge rubbing and wear to corners, there are some small ink or pencil ticks in margins against particular names, but internally tight, clean and very good. Very Scarce. We believe this copy may have come from the library of authoress Agnes De Stoekl, Agnes Barron, who married the son of Baron Edouard Andrevich de Stoeckl, who negotiated the Alaska sale. It is in four parts, Part 1 covers the social calendar for 1912, "Les Augustes Membres de la Famille Imperiale de Russie", the Court, State Institutions, Ministries, Diplomatic Corps, etc, Part 2, a Necrology and an a-z of names and addresses, Part 3 has useful addresses, and part 4 railway, hotel information etc. Text in French. A sample entry from part 2 reads, "Abamelek, Pr. Alexandre Pavlovitch. (U) de Novorossisk; ancien capitaine de cavalerie en second ancien officier du. reg. des hussards de la garde de S. M. l'Empereur et du reg. des hussards de Grodno; m. a Anna Ivanovna nee Ghijitzky. St. Pbg. 2me Rojdestvenskaia 21. Tel. 176-39 (R) apres 5 heures et (Dacha) Ossipkovka, district de Terespol, Gouv. de Kherson. Enfants 1 Pr. Paul Alexandrovitch (U) de Novorossisk. 2 Pcesse. Lioubov Alexandrovna, m. 1911 a Rafail Fedorovitch Elenev St Pbg, Champs de Mars 6." Two years before the war and five from the Oct. Revolution here is a wonderful glimse of a whole society about to vanish as utterly as the Titanic. 500.00


16010. Hume, David: Far From the Green Fields of Erin Ulster emigrants and their Stories.

Newtownards: Colourpoint Books, 2005. 128 pp. 26 x 21 cm. 109 illustrations. Notes, bibliography, and indexes. Pictorial glazed card covers. In very good condition. 12.00


13161. Hume, Dr David editor: Battles beyond the Boyne Orangemen in the ranks 1798-2000.

Shomberg Press Explorations in Religion History and Culture n.d. c.2000. 88 pp. illustrated, card covers, in very good condition. An aspect of Orange history not often explored. Scarce. 45.00


18730. Hunter, R J, editor: The Ulster Port Books 1612-15.

Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012. Prepared for publication by Brendan Scott. xviii + 128 pp. 30 x 21 cm. Pictorial matt card covers, in very good condition, almost as new. The early 17th century port books for Londonderry, Coleraine, Carrickfergus and the Lecale ports are an underated source for early modern Ulster. 18.00


6537. Hutchinson, Lucy: Memoirs of the Life of Colonel Hutchinson, Governor of Nottingham Castle and Town, Representiative of the County of Nottingham in the Long Parliament, and of the town of Nottingham in the first Parliament of Charles II etc.

London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme 2nd edition 1808. with original anecdotes of many of the most distinguished of his contemporaries, a summary ...of Public Affairs written by his widow Lucy...to which is prefixed the life of Mrs Hutchinson, written by herself. xiv+452 pp. 5 plates, one of which is a plan of Nottingham Castle, along with a folding genealogical chart of the Hutchinson and Apsley families. Half leather with marbled boards. An ex-library copy with old small lib. stamps on plates, library plate on front paste down, a few old paper repairs, some wear and rubbing to boards, generally clean internally, spine professionally strengthened, overall a used but good copy. Hutchinson, 1615-64, was one of those who signed the King's death warrant. Included in the Act of Amnesty he died in prison. These memoirs, by his wife, for her children, show him as a grave and courteous gentleman, wholly free from austerity and fanaticism. They were first published in 1806. 125.00


13109. Irish Genealogical Congress Committee: Aspects of Irish Genealogy Proceedings of the 1st Irish Genealogical Congress.

Naas: Irish Genealogical Congress Committee, 1993. Editors Evans, MD and O Duill, Eileen. 212pp. 21 x 15 cm. The seventeen papers include Policemen in Your Family Tree, Jewish Genealogy, Lord Walter Fitzgerald, American Presidents of Irish origin, Sources for Irish Freemen, History of Estate Towns, Early Ireland, and sources in the Society of Genealogists, New England, US, Royal Irish Academy, Canada, Australia, India Office Records, and the British Army. 25.00


16788. Irish Manuscripts Commission: Guide to The Genealogical Office Dublin.

Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1998. 282 pp. 24 x 15.5 cm. Contents divided into three parts: The Genealogical Office and its Records, Guide to Records with a Commentary on Heraldry in Ireland and on the History of the Office, and Index of Will Abstracts in the Genealogical Office. This 200-page Index of Wills, and its brief introduction, are invaluable to genealogists. Pictorial glazed card covers. In very good condition. 28.00


16819. Irvine, Jimmy, editor: Mary Cumming's Letters Home to Lisburn from America 1811 - 1815.

Coleraine: Impact-Amergin, 1982. 148 pp. 22 x 16 cm. Mary Cumming's father was the Rev. Andrew Craig, minister of Lisburn Presbyterian Church. In 1811 Mary married, and emigrated to America with, William Cumming of Armagh, a cotton merchant in Petersburg, Virginia. Mary's letters home describe the lifestyle adopted by the many Irish immigrants she met - some of them friends of her father before the 1798 Rebellion. Genealogical Tables for Craig, McAlester and McKisack Families; Davidson and Brown Families; The Cumming Family; and Dr. George Brown's Family. 4 colour and 13 b&w plates. Gold-blocked faux-leather boards, in dw. Neat inscription on ffep, o/w the book itself is in very good condition. 2 short tears to the dw have been closed with peelable tape. 10.00


16535. Jewitt, Llewellyn, editor: The Reliquary, Quarterly Archaeological Journal and Review, Vol. IV. 1863-4.

London: John Russell Smith, 1864. "A Depository for Precious Relics - Legendary, Biographical, and Historical". viii + 280 pp. 22 x 14 cm. Illustrated with 16 plates and 139 woodcuts. Indexes. Half leather and marbelled boards, with a six-panelled spine and raised bands and half an original spine label. Major articles include: Notes on some Discoveries at Sudbury Derbyshire, The Trader's Tokens of Derbyshire, Rev. William Monpesson Rector of Eyam 1666, Lincoln Heath and its Historical associations, Molly Braw The Ashford Dwarf, Recollections of Benjamin Sellars of Ashford in the Water, Notes on the Family of Greatrakes, Foundation Deeds of St John's Hospital Bakewell, Wright of Derby A Biographical Notice, Extracts from the Parish registers of Youlgreave Derbyshire, A Brief Notice of William Capps of Stoney Middleton, Extracts from the Parish Registers of Wormhill in the High Peak and others. Bookplate of D.D.A. Simpson, late Professor of Archaeology, Queen's University, Belfast, on the front pastedown, o/w in good condition. The Reliquary appeared with some irregular frequency from 1860 to 1909. Jewill was editor at least until he became the late Llewellyn Jewitt in 1886. 45.00


16536. Jewitt, Llewellynn, editor: The Reliquary A Quarterly Archaeological Journal and Review Vol. III 1862-63.

London: John Russell Smith 1863. viii + 268 pp. illustrated with 25 plates and 100 woodcut illustrations. Half leather and cloth with a six panelled spine with raised bands and an original spine label. In very good condition. Major articles include, Thomas Blore the Typographer, Chantrey and Norton, Well Dressing at Tissington, A Note on the Parish Register of the Church of St Helen at Eyam, Ancient Guilds, Trading Companies and the Origin of the Shrewsbury Show, The Rev John Scargill of West Hallam, The Family of Eyre, Notes on the Parish Register and other Documents relating to Alvaston, Stavely Hall and its Occupents, Findern and the Fyndernes, Extracts from the Churchwardens' accounts of the Parish of Leek, and others. The Reliquary appeared with some irregular frequency from 1860 to 1909. Jewitt was editor at least until he became the late Llewellyn Jewitt in 1886. 45.00


16540. Jewitt, Llewellynn, editor: The Reliquary A Quarterly Archaeological Journal and Review Vol. IX 1868-69.

London: John Russell Smith 1869. viii + 275 pp. illustrated with 36 plates and 52 woodcut illustrations. Half leather and cloth with a six panelled spine with raised bands, the original spine label is detached but present. Boards are a little edgerubbed otherwise in good condition. Major articles include, Ancient remains at King's Newton Derbyshire, The Ancient History of Chapel le Frith, Derbyshire Pedigrees, The Family of Longsdon in the County of Derby, Humphery Chetham of the Chetam Family, Extracts from the Parish registers of St Marys Stamford, Beresford of Beresford, Public Executions in Manchester, Owthorpe and the Hutchinsons, and many more.The Reliquary appeared with some irregular frequency from 1860 to 1909. Jewitt was editor at least until he became the late Llewellyn Jewitt in 1886. 45.00


16537. Jewitt, Llewellynn, editor: The Reliquary A Quarterly Archaeological Journal and Review Vol. VI 1865-66.

London: John Russell Smith 1866. viii + 266 pp. illustrated with 13 plates and 65 woodcut illustrations, folded chart. Half leather and cloth with a six panelled spine with raised bands and an original spine label. The top inch of the spine is missing otherwise In good condition. Major articles include, Reminiscences of Barrow at Scale House in the West Riding Yorkshire, Reminiscences of Ashford in the Water, On Baschurch, County of Salop and its Registers, Pedigree of the Family of Clive, Pedigree Family of Blather, On some Ancient British and Anglo Saxon Names of places in the Peak of Derbyshire, On the Parish registers of Chapel en le Frith, Chartulary of the Gresleys of Derbyshire, Ashford in the Water, Traders Tokens of Derbyshire, Prdigree of Bateman of Hartington and Middleton Hall, Pedigree and Notice of the Family of Shalcross, Some Account of the Family of Kirke of Chapel Le Frith, Some Account of the village of Uffington Lincolshire, The Game of Knur and Spell, and others. The Reliquary appeared with some irregular frequency from 1860 to 1909. Jewill was editor at least until he became the late Llewellyn Jewitt in 1886. 45.00


16538. Jewitt, Llewellynn, editor: The Reliquary A Quarterly Archaeological Journal and Review Vol. VII 1866-67.

London: John Russell Smith 1867. viii + 272 pp. illustrated with 16 plates and 62 woodcut illustrations. Half leather and cloth with a six panelled spine with raised bands and an original spine label. Boards edgerubbed but otherwise ln good condition. Major articles include, Colonel Holles Church Notes from Stavely Derbyshire and Mansfield Notts, Derbyshire Pedigrees, Abdy, Alsop, Audley, Bagshaw, Bateman, Ball, Bowdon, Blackwall, Bradbury, Bradshaw, Botham, Columbell, Darley, Ferne, Kyrke, Jones, Longford, Lee, Leke, Man, Mundy, Milbourne, Needham, Newbold, Pilkington, Prescott, Smalley, Strelly, Sleigh, Townrawe, Vernon, Welbeck, Wigley, Woodcock, On Tinder Boxes, Some Account of the Village of Uffington, its Church and Monuments therein, Extracts from the Parish Registers of Fenny Bentley, Church Notes Chapel en le Frith, Pedigree of the Family of Reynolds, Notes from the Parish Registers of Marse on Montgomery, The Meller Family, Geneology of Sleigh, Derbyshire Pedigrees, Dale of Flagg, and Ince of Springhill, Savage of Castleton, Needham of Thornsett, Wendeslay, Barley of Barley, and others. The Reliquary appeared with some irregular frequency from 1860 to 1909. Jewitt was editor at least until he became the late Llewellyn Jewitt in 1886. 45.00


16539. Jewitt, Llewellynn, editor: The Reliquary A Quarterly Archaeological Journal and Review Vol. VIII 1867-68.

London: John Russell Smith 1867. viii + 266 pp. illustrated with 27 plates and 60 woodcut illustrations. Half leather and cloth with a six panelled spine with raised bands and an original spine label. One of the folded pedigree charts has been misfolded and the boards are edgerubbed otherwise in good condition. Major articles include, The First Volume of the Registers of Chesterfield Parish Church, Notes on the Families of Marshall of Rampton and Tuxford in Notts with Extracts from the Parish Registers of those places, Pedigree of Marshall, Fynney of Fynney, Extracts from the Parish Registers of St George's Stamford, Ashenhurst of Ashenhurst and of Beard Hall, Verdon of Alton, Extracts from the Parish Registers of Tideswell, The Ancient History of Chapel en-le Frith, Pedigree of Farrars, Bradshaw, Browne, Kyrke, Bagshawe, and others. The Reliquary appeared with some irregular frequency from 1860 to 1909. Jewitt as editor at least until he became the late Llewellyn Jewitt in 1886. 45.00


16554. Jewitt, Llewellynn, editor: The Reliquary; A Quarterly Archaeological Journal and Review, Vol. II. 1861-62.

London: John Russell Smith, 1862. "A Depository for Precious Relics - Legendary, Biographical, and Historical". viii + 264 pp. 22 x 14 cm. Llewellynn Jewitt, editor. Sixteen plates and 169 woodcut illustrations. Index. Half leather and cloth, with a six-panelled spine with raised bands and an original spine label. In very good condition. Major articles include: The Destroyed Church of St. Giles Normanton, Extracts Relating to Parish Registers relating to Normanton Families, Sepulcharal Crosses at Darley Church, The Roman Villa at Walesby near Market Rasen, Dieulacresse Abbey near Leek, Obxervations on Celtic Pottery, St Benedict's in the Holme, The late Thomas Bateman of Lomberdale House and Middleton by Youlgreave, Remarks on the Well Chapels of Cornwall, On Bradshaw Hall near Chapel le Frith, Notes of Anthony Babington of Dethick, On Metallic Attachments Buckles and Pendants, Discovery of a Norman Pottery near Derby, On the Bradshaws and Staffords of Eyam with a Notice of the Old Hall, and others. 45.00


16803. Jonesboro W.E.A. Group: A Time in Our Lives.

Jonesborough: Jonesborough W.E.A., c1992. The 10th publication in The People's History Series. 76 pp. 20.5 x 29.5 cm. A beautifully-illustrated account of life in Jonesboro, South Armagh, in the twentieth century. 90 illustrations. Map. Pictorial glazed card covers. In very good condition. 15.00


15605. Kenny, James G., editor: As The Crow Flies Over Rough Terrain. Incorporating the Diary 1827/1828 and more of a Divine.

Newtownabbey: James G Kenny, 1988. 429 pp. 21.5 x 14.4 cm. The third book by this author about the area around Crebilly, Co. Antrim. The diary is of the Reverend Robert Magill. Useful genealogical interest. Profusely illustrated. Gold-blocked green boards, in very good condition. Now scarce. 95.00


7197. Kinkead, Robert: The Simpson Story.

Dungannon Council: n.d. c.1996. 21 by 15 cms. 18 pp. illustrated, coloured card covers. About the restored ancestral home, in Co. Tyrone, of the ancestors of Ulysses Simpson Grant, general and 18th President of the U.S.A. with material about the Simpson family. In good condition. 5.00


7519. Law, F.W.: The History of the Merredin District of Western Australia.

Merredin Road Board 1961. 222 pp. illustrated, signed on ffep by J.J. Davies President of the Rotary Club of Merriden. Very good in dustwrapper. The story of this part of Western Australia and the town of Merridin from the latter part of the nineteenth century to the late 1950's. Useful photographs. 17.00


13359. Leslie, Canon J.B.: Clergy of Clogher Biographical Succession Lists.

Ulster Historical Foundation: The Diocesan Council Clougher 2006. Revised, edited and updated by Canon D.W.T. Crooks and Dean T.R. Moore. xxxviii+267+XII+301 pp. illustrated. The book contains a facsimile of the 1929 work of Canon Leslie, along with updated succession lists to 2006 and other items of interest. The Diocese covers Fermanagh, Monaghan and part of Tyrone. In very good condition near mint. Iyt is a very heavy book. 50.00


16681. Leslie, Canon J.B.: Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough Biographical Succession Lists.

Ulster Historical Foundation: The Diocesan Councils of Dublin and Glendalough, 2001. Revised, edited and updated by W.J.R. Wallace. xxiv+1209 pp. 25 x 16.5 cm. The book contains a facsimile of the 1929 work of Canon Leslie, along with succession lists updated to 2001, and other items of interest. In very good condition, near mint. Unpackaged weight 2,600g. 45.00


13360. Leslie, Canon J.B.: Clergy of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh Biographical Succession Lists.

Ulster Historical Foundation: The Diocesan Council Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh 2008. Revised, edited and updated by Canon D.W.T. Crooks. liv+930 pp. illustrated. Leslie produced updates in 1932/34 but these remained in MSS. form. The Dioceses cover Cavan, Leitrim, Sligo, Roscommon and Longford. In very good condition near mint. 75.00


17863. Leslie, Rev. James B: Supplement to "Armagh Clergy & Parishes" Continuation of the Biographical Succession Lists of the Clergy of Armagh Diocese up to 1947 with additions - Pre-Reformation and Post-Reformation and Corrections and Notes.

Dundalk: W. Tempest Dundalgan Press, 1948. 176 pp. 22 x 14.5 cm. Index. Gold-blocked red boards. No dustwrapper. Spine a little faded. Bookplate of local historian Fred Heatley. In very good condition. The work has great value since the research was carried out before the calamitous destruction of so many Church records in the Public Record Office, Dublin in 1922. This is a very elusive publication. 95.00


16095. Lockhart, Elayne: Marie Richenet From Switzerland to Ireland Her Amazing Life Story.

Toronto: ShopMyBook.com, 2012. 126 pp. 28 x 21.5 cm. Profusely illustrated. Pictorial glazed card covers. In very good condition. 23.00


1468. Loeber Rolf: A Biographical Dictionary of Architects in Ireland 1600-1720.

London: John Murray, 1981. 127pp. d.w. v.g. This was a major achievment in the study of Irish architects and architecture. A lateral extension of Colvin's Biographical Dictionary of British Architects. 10.00


18185. Loughrey, S. V. P., editor: Ordnance Survey Memoir for the Parish of Ballinascreen 1836-1837.

Ballinascreen: Ballinascreen Historical Society, 1981. (2) + vii + 84 pp. 21 x 15 cm. Numerous drawings. Numerous tables. Appendices. Index. Semi-matt card covers, in very good condition. 20.00


9690. Lynegar, Charles ( Cormac O'Luinin ), compiler.: The Genealogy of Mr. John Greer Son of James Greer of the Lineal Descent of Sir James Greer of Leiggs, K. who was created Lord Greer in the reign of James I of England.

Belfast: Marcus Ward, 1870. Facsimile of the original document on vellum, copied by Marcus Ward. Nov. 1870. Probably a later more modern printing? A single sheet of heavy paper, rolled, 72 x 60.5 cm. bearing an explanatory inscription, coat of arms, and four handwritten columns in English and Irish. "As our ancient & authentic annals give an account of the records or true originals thereof have been carefully preserved, and some lineally transmitted by my ancestors who were successively Chief Antiquaries of this Kingdom of Ireland, as by confirmation may appeare..... Thereof I Charles Lynegar als O'Lunnin, having the said originals, or true copyes thereof have from thence drawn out the following antiquity concerning Mr John Greer as a memoriale to posterity, - his genealogies - faithfully extracted ... given under my hand, from Trinity College Dublin, this 27th day of August 1720." The back a little dusty, otherwise bright, clean, and attractive. An unusual item of Scots-Irish genealogy. Lynegar, (Cormac O'Luinin) fl. 1708-31 was a distinquished member of a family who were traditional, Ollaves, historians, to the Maguires of Fermanagh from at least the 14th century. Six members had been Abbots of Lisgoole Abbey. They maintained the Annals of Ulster, now in the library of Trinity College Dublin. He was lecturer in Irish at T.C.D. and prepared the genealogies of the Nobilities of Ireland. 50.00


2722. Macaulay, J.S.A., editor: St Leonards School 1877-1977.

St. Andrews: St Leonards School in association with Blackie & Son Ltd, 1977. vi + 85pp. 23.5 x 17 cm. This is the Centenery Book of this famous Scottish school for girls, published "For Private Circulation". Gold-blocked blue boards, with School badge in gilt on front board. Nine plates. Spine of dustwrapper slightly sunned, otherwise very good. 10.00


18361. MacLachlan, Patricia: Song of the Past An Acount of the MacDougalls and the Biddulphs and of their Celtic, Saxon, Norse, Norman and Anglo-Irish Origins.

Printed for the author, c 2014 185 pp. 20 x 14 cm. 17 illustrations. Maps. Family trees. Inscribed by author on title page. Semi-matt card covers. In very good condition. 15.00


17686. MacNaghten, Angus: In Search of Two Kinsmen A Scottish-Ulster Chronicle.

Hythe, Kent: Volturna Press, 1979. 117 pp. 19.5 x 13.5 cm. Appendices. Notes. Bibliography. Gold-blocked black boards, in a very good dustwrapper. The story of two men, John McNachtane of Argyll, 1690-1724 and John McNaghten of Antrim, 1724-1761. 12.00


16784. Macrory, Sir Patrick: Days That Are Gone.

Limavady: North-West Books, 1983. First edition. 167pp. 21 x 15 cm. A realistic recollection of growing up in Ascendancy Ireland. 13 illustrations. Pictorial semi-matt thick card covers. No dw. The boards are shelf-worn. This was the first book published by North-West Books. 14.50


17628. Marshall, W F: Ulster Sails West.

W F Marshall, 1959. Fourth edition. 81 pp. 18 x 12.5 cm. Bibliography. Lists of American Presbyterian Ministers born in Ulster, American Presbyterian Ministers of Ulster parents, American Presbyterian Ministers of Ulster extraction, American Episcopal Ministers of Irish extraction, Ulstermen in Education, and Provincial or State Governors of Ulster extraction. Red matt card covers, printed black. In very good condition. 10.00


12949. Marson, Peter: Belmore The Lowry Corrys of Castle Coole 1646 - 1913.

Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation 2007. 27 by 20.5 cms. xiii+290 pp. illustrated, autographed by the author on the half title. Hardback, with dustwrapper, in very good condition, almost as new. The story of the Lowry and Corry family and the construction of one of the most beautiful neo-classical houses in these islands, Castlecoole, now cared for by the National Trust. 45.00


12790. McAllister, J.S.V.: Ulster's Flyers.

Ulster Airmail June 1992. An offprint from Ulster Airmail Vol 24 No6 June 1992. 11pp, paper covers stapled, in very good condition. Part of a series on men and women from Ulster who served in the RAF. Jim McAllister joined up in 1940, and this is his highly readable service record. 6.00


15139. McCartney, D.J.: The Ulster Jacksons From Cumbria to the White House, Shenandoah and Australia.

Carrickfergus: Carrickfergus Borough Council, 1997. xvi+240 pp. 22 x 15 cm. The story of the Jacksons who produced an American President, a Confederate Commander, two Australian generals, Anzac heroes and many Ulster families. Profusely illustrated. Pictorial glazed boards. Autographed dedication from the author on the ffep. This has become an elusive title. A faint mark from a paper clip on front pastedown, otherwise very good. 28.00


9055. McGowan, Charles B.: Bertha Droege McGowan A Memoir.

Newport Rhode Island 1962. Written for those who may find enjoyment in the recollection of a life that affected many other lives - with love and with charity - for years to come. 107 pp. frontispiece, owners inscription on half title, hardback, in very good condition. 8.00


15890. McHugh, John: Far From Ballinascreen.

Draperstown: Ballinascreen Historical Society, 2012. 151 pp. 23.5 x 15.5 cm. The story of 18th and 19th century emigration from South Derry to Loretto (Cambria County) and the development of it, and other new settlements, in Western Pennsylvania. Profusely illustrated in colour and b&w. Pictorial glazed card covers, in very good condition. Good historical and geneological material. 25.00


13728. McNie, Alan, compiler: Clan Morrison.

Jedburgh: Cascade Publishing Company, 1986. 34 pp. 21 x 15 cm. History, period illustrations, maps, biographies, and tartans. Pictorial card covers. Very good condition. 12.00


18202. McReynolds, Alister John: Legacy The Scots Irish in America.

County Antrim: 2009. 227 pp. 21 x 14 cm. 99 illustrations. 5 maps. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. Bibliography. Index. NOTE: the title page has been removed. 10.00


16926. Medical Directory: The Medical Directory for Ireland 1852 Uniform with the London & Provincial Directory.

London: John Churchill,1852. xviii + 245 + (21) pp. 18 x 11 cm. Gold-blocked blindstamped brown boards. Several pages have been partly removed, viz a group from page xix to page 6, leaving only a portion behind. However this is only the first few pages of the local list "wherein the names of the Resident Medical Practitioners in Towns and Villages may be at once ascertained", and the information contained in these pages is duplicated and expanded in the full list. The boards are worn and faded. This was the first edition of this, the first full medical directory of Ireland, which was published until 1860 when it was absorbed into the London Directory. It is thus a scarce title. Contents include: Almanac for 1852, Miscellaneous Intelligence, Local List, General List of names, addresses, qualifications, appointments and published works, Supplemental list, Continental Directory with a short account of the Spas of Germany, Universities and Colleges for granting Degrees, Diplomas etc, Public Medical Service, Schools of Medicine in Ireland, Hospitals and Dispensaries in Ireland, Medical and Scientific Socities in Ireland, List of Coroners in Ireland, Lunatic Asylums in Ireland, Obituaries, Memoirs, and Medical Charities Act. 85.00


15017. Merrick, A.C.W. and R.S.J. Clarke: Old Belfast Families and the New Burying Ground from Gravestone Inscriptions, with Wills and Biographical Notes.

Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 1991 Gravestone Inscriptions Belfast Volume 4. xvii+310 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. Covers Clifton Street Cemetery comprehensively. Thirty-three iillustrations. Pictorial glazed card covers. In very good condition. 23.00


16585. Moffett, Colin, editor: Newry's War Dead 1914-1918 1939-1945.

Newry: Newry & Mourne District Council, 2002. 186 pp. 21 x 15 cm. Biographies of the War Dead of Newry and District, and, where possible, photographs. Good historical and geneological material. Profusely illustrated. Pictorial matt card covers. Autographed by editor on the title page. In very good condition. 20.00


15311. Mullin, Julia E.: The Presbytery of Coleraine.

Belfast: Julia E. Mullin, 1979. iv + 173 pp. 20.5 x 15 cm. Fifty illustrations. Gold-blocked blue boards. No dustwrapper, otherwise in very good condition. 20.00


18759. Mullin, Rev. T.H.: Families of Ballyrashane A District in Northern Ireland.

Belfast: News Letter Printing Co Ltd, 1969. vii + 386 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. 35 illustrations. 8 maps. Gold-blocked brown boards, in a very good dustwrapper. This is a rare book. Rev. Mullin wrote this title, and an earlier book, "The Kirk and Parish of Ballyrashane", as a major study of this area. This book endevours to trace something of the farms in the district and of the families who farmed them. Of great value to local historians and genealogists. 150.00


18081. Mulloy, Sheila: O'Malley People and Places.

Co. Clare, Ballinakella Press: Co. Mayo, Carrowbaun Press, 1988. 95 pp. 22 x 15 cm. 31 illustrations. 5 maps. Gold-blocked green boards, in very good condition, in a very good dustwrapper. The O'Malleys are a predominantly, but not exclusively, Mayo family. 15.00


11900. Munn, Alfred Moore: Notes on The Place Names of The Parishes and Townlands of the County of Londonderry.

Reprinted by Ballinascreen Historical Society 1985. First published in Londonderry 1925. 28.5 by 22 cms. 271 pp. hardback, no dustwrapper. This edition is limited to 500 copies of which this is no. 494. A little fading to the edge of the front board otherwise very good. 150.00


10613. Munsey's Magazine: Munsey's Magazine New Year 1897.

New York: January 1897 Vol. XVI no 4. 25 by 17.5 cms. pp. 387-512. illustrated, paper covers, some edgewear, front cover margin trimmed. Articles include, Prominent American families The Polks, a Scotch-Irish family, types of fair women, Joshua Reynolds, in the public eye. 10.00


16802. North of Ireland Family History Society: Carved in Stone A Record of Memoials in the Ancient Graveyard around the Church of the Holy Evangelists Carnmoney Newtownabbey Co. Antrim.

Belfast: Belfast Branch North of Ireland Family History Society; Newtownabbey Borough Council 1994 138 pp. 30 x 21 cm. This is a very detailed record of memorials in this the oldest part of Carnmoney. Nineteen illustrations. Eight maps. Genealogies. Lists of names. Index. The book is complete, and pages 3-14 are present, but were never bound in. Pictorial glazed card covers. Minor wear to covers, but o/w in good condition. 15.00


12875. North of Ireland Family History Society: North Irish Roots Journal of the North of Ireland Family History Society.

Belfast: North of Ireland Family History Society, 1992. Volume 3, Number 1. 36 pp. 21 x 14.5 cm. An important local geneaological journal. Articles on history of the Society, Pettigo, Clonmany, Carlunty School, Kilmore, lists of Queries, and of names being researched, and reviews. Card covers. In very good condition. We can also supply Volume 1, Number 1, Spring 1984, Volume 1, Number 2, Summer/Autumn 1984, Volume 1, Number 3, Winter 1984/1985, Volume 1, Number 4, Spring 1985, Volume 1, Number 5, Summer 1985, Volume 1, Number 6, Autumn 1985, Volume 1, Number 7, Winter 1985, Volume 1, Number 8, Winter 1987, Volume 2, Number 3, 1989 (1), and Volume 2, Number 5, Spring 1990 (1), all at 10 each. 10.00


13152. North of Ireland Family History Society Killyleagh Branch: The McIlrath Letters sent from Killinchy, New Zealand to Killinchy, County Down 1860-1915.

Killyleagh: Killyleagh Branch North of Ireland Family History Society, 2009. 143 pp. 21 x 21 cm. Illustrated in sepia and colour. Maps. A series of 64 letters preserved by Mary McIlrath in Killinchy. The letters detail the progress of two uncles who emigrated to New Zealand in 1860, and cover a 55 year period. The letters have references to other emigrants from the Killinchy area. Pictorial matt card covers. In very good condition. Already scarce. 30.00


12955. Northern Ireland Public Record Office: Ordnance Survey Memoir for the Parish of Antrim.

Belfast: Northern Ireland Public Record Office 1969. 20.5 by 14.5 cms xlii+109+19 pp. illustrated maps. Card covers. Showing a little wear but otherwise good. Valuable material for this area before the Great Famine. 10.00


15776. O'Dolan, Mairead: Mission Alive 2001 Holywell and Mullaghdun Profiles of Missionaries from Both Areas.

Belcoo, Co Fermanagh: Holywell and Mullaghdun, 2001. 64 pp. 21 x 14.5 cm. Pictorial matt card covers, in very good condition. This very interesting booklet consists of a biographical profile of each of sixty-two Catholic missionaries and religious from Holywell and Mullaghdun in County Fermanagh. 20.00


4586. Peacock, Edward: A List of The Roman Catholics in the County of York in 1604.

London: John Camden Hotten, 1872. viii+168pp, with a very good index of persons, in original boards, spine label partly missing, corners bumped, some wear otherwise very good. From a folio paper, the Rawlinson Mss. in the Bodlien in Oxford. Recusants and noncommunicants listed by parish. Some old pencil annotations giving further geneological information for a few persons. 60.00


4585. Peacock, Mabel G.W. compiler: An Index of the names of the Royalists Whose Estates were confiscated during the Commonwealth.

London: Pub. for The Index Society by Longmans Green 1879 xi+111pp, with a very good index of names and places, in red boards with gilt monogram on front board, corners bumped, a little wear otherwise very good. With a reprint of the Three Confiscation Acts of 1651 and 1652, from Scobell's "Collection of Acts and Ordinances of General Use, from 3rd of November 1640 to 17th of September 1656" 65.00


12259. Portadown Times: Loughgall Orangeism. Masters 1825-1875.

Reprinted from the "Portadown Times". n.d. 25.5 by 18.5 cms. 4pp. in light card covers with a handwritten title, rusted staples, otherwise very good. Consists of a one page introduction, then a three page list of Masters of the Lodges. We have not been able to establish when this was published, possibly before 1900 ? Scarce 23.00


12591. Queen's College, Galway: Queen's College, Galway Calendar for 1902-1903.

Dublin: Printed at the University Press, 1903. xix+405 pp. 21 x 13 cm. Frontispiece photograph. The boards and spine are a bit dusty and marked, internally tight and clean. Lists former Professors and Officers, in some cases with c.v. and biography. Lists former Deans of Residences, and Graduates - again, in some cases with c.v. and biography. Copious Appendices. 55.00


6998. Queen's University Association: The Annual Record of the Queen's University Association 1963-1964.

Belfast: Queen's University Association, 1964. 55 pp. paper covers, cover crease otherwise very good. University chronicle, obituary, appointments, list of members etc. lengthy obituaries of Prof. E.B.C. Mayrs and Col. Sir James Sleeman. 5.00


17279. Ribbe,Wolfgang and Eckart Henning: Familiengeschichtsforschung

Neustadt an der Aisch: Verlag Degener & Co., 1995. 640pp. 21.5 x 15 cm. Black-blocked neutral boards. No dustwrapper. In very good condition. Text in German. Unpackaged weight 1,050g. Very useful book for genealogists. 11.50


5443. Richardson, H., editor: The Ordnance Survey Memoirs for the Parishes of Desertmartin and Kilcronaghan 1836-1837

Ballinascreen: Ballinascreen Historical Society, 1986. (2) + ix + 94 pp. 21 x 15 cm. Numerous drawings. Numerous tables. Appendices. Index. Semi-matt card covers, in very good condition. 13.50


2742. Rider, William: Rider's Almanack 1777.

London: George Robinson 1777. 14 by 8 cms. 272+116 pp. contemporary calf rather worn but a fairly tight copy, The Royal Kalendar or complete and correct Annual Register for England, Scotland, Ireland and America. This seems to have been one of the last editions to include America, its military and Civil Establishments, Governors, Law and Revenue officers, agents etc. pages 109 to 114 cover America. 150.00


10779. Saintfield District County Down Family History: Funeral Notices.

1906 - 1930. A folded funeral card black and silver border, 7.5 by 11.5 cms. in black bordered envelope. "Died at her residence Cahard Tues. 14th Feb. 1911 Isabella Burton aged 31 years" burial Drumaghlis Church-yard family burying ground 13th inst. William Burton. A little dusty and marked otherwise good. Useful for family historians. We have similar cards, folded or single, some without envelopes for, John M'Curry, Lisowen 1914, Annie M'Curry, Lisowen 1921, Robert M'Millan, Leggygowan 1906, David M'Millan, Leggygowan, Cassie Mageean, Leggygowan 1916, Rachael Mateer Lisowen Park 1911, Elizabeth Mateer Clontinaglare 1913, James Mateer, Clontinaglare 1917, Charlotte Murray Raffrey 1911, Matthew Patterson, Lisowen 1912, Samuel H. Patterson, Barnamaghery 1914, Dorothea Patterson, Cahard 1913, Margaret Price, Carsontown 1913, Margaret Morrison, Liscolman 1930. 5 EACH. 5.00


10780. Saintfield District County Down Family History: Funeral Notices.

1906 - 1914. A folded funeral card silver and black border, 7.5 by 11.5 cms. in black bordered envelope. Died at her residence Carsonstown Wed. 16th Dec. 1914 Mary Elizabeth Cosbey ... our beloved mother...burial Saintfield (First ) family burying ground 18th inst. J.J.H.T. & M. Cosbey. A little dusty otherwise good. Useful for family historians. We have similar cards, folded or single, some without envelopes, for Jane Campbell Barnamaghery 1913, Rose Cooper Rademon 1912, Mary Ann Dugan, Hugh James Dugan Clontinaglare 1913, Charles Forsythe Leggygowan 1909, Patrick Hanvey Carsondam 1906, Mary Fulton Lisowen 1906, Dorothea Lindsay Leggygowan, Francis Lindsay Leggygowan 1908, William Lindsay Leggygowan 1910. 5 EACH. 5.00


10778. Saintfield District County Down Family History: Funeral Notices.

1904 - 1918. A folded funeral card black silver border 7.5 by 11.5 cms. in black bordered envelope. "Died at his residence Tonaghmore Tues. 9th May 1916 David Beatty" burial Saintfield Church-yard family burying ground 11th inst. Mary A. Beatty. A little dusty and marked otherwise good. Useful for family historians. They are scare survivals. We have similar cards, folded or single, some without envelopes for, Maggie Rice, Creevyloughgare 1910, Susan Rice, Leggygowan 1914, Jessie Rice, Creevyloughgare1911, Samuel Wilson, Clontinaglare 1912, David Shaw, Leggygowan 1918, Margaret Hayes, Carsontown 1908, Armour Jackson, Barnamaghery 1904, Isabella Jackson, Barnamaghery 1917, William Jackson, Creevycarnonan1914, William Kenning, Lisowen, 1911, Jane Kenning, Lisowen 1914. 5 EACH. 5.00


7522. Sanderson, Gordon J.: The Luck of the Irish in Canada A History of the Irish Benevolent Society of London and Middlesex.

Canada: March 2000. xxiii+224 pp. illustrated, original green boards, gilt title, no dustwrapper, as issued. Signed by author on ffep. The title refers of course to London and Middlesex in Ontario. Irish emigrants have played an important role in the history and development of Canada and benevolent societies such as this one, founded in 1877, had a major role in terms of aid and support. 23.00


8074. Standing Council of the Baronetage: Roll of the Baronets As Authorised by Royal Warrant 1988.

Letherhead: Aldard & Son Ltd 1988. 21 by 16.5 cms 96 pp. red card covers, in very good condition. The roll starts in 1611 and is listed historically and alphabetically. 8.00


12673. Strahan, James: Mary Crawford Brown A Memoir.

London: James Clarke & Co. 1920. xii+224 pp. with three illustrations in colour and eight portraits in photogravure, hardback. reproductions of three family houses in watercolours, Agharainy Donaghmore, Maine Mount Randalstown, and Mount Randal Belfast. Includes a loose insert from the Women's Association for Foreign Missions about two memorials in memory of Mrs Brown. A missionary biography, but with family history material. 23.00


16941. Stratton, FJM: Biographical History of Gonville and Caius College Volume VI.

Cambridge: Gonville and Caius College,1958. viii + 593 pp. 27 x 17.5 cm. Admissions from 1933 to 1956, and additions to earlier volumes. Index. Fifteen plates. Gold-blocked black boards, no dw. Unpackaged weight 1,450g. There are some slight stains to the fore-edge of the print block. 20.00


9538. The Cypress River History Book Committee, compilers: Pioneers, Perserverance & Progress Cypress River 1885-1895.

Cypress River Manitoba: Cypress River Community Club 1986. 28 by 21 cms. xvi+586 pp. illustrated, maps, royal blue boards with silver title and vignette of the railway station on the front board. This is an absolutely exhausive and loving study of this town in south Manitoba Canada. It contains family histories alphabetically arranged, along with an amazing array of photographs. Owners inscription on title page. In very good condition. A heavy item weighing 2 kilos before packing. 35.00


10741. The Genealogical Magazine: The Genealogical Magazine A Journal of Family History, Heraldry, and Pedigrees.

London: Elliot Stock 1898. Vol. 1, May 1897 - April 1898. A single bound volume. 27 by 21 cms. pp. 499-702+376 pp. illustrations, Half leather and cloth, five panelled spine with raised bands, with gilt decoration, some edge rubbing and the top right corner a bit scuffed, endpapers a little foxed otherwise internally clean, tight and bright. contains issues, Vol. 1, numbers IX, X, XI, XII, Vol. 2 no's XIII, XIV, XV, XVI, XVII, XVIII, XIX, XX. Articles include, The Blakes of Galway, Lane of Bentley Co. Stafford, the Newshams of Chadshunt, Warwick, the Warwickshire Ardens, Sledy Castle Co. Waterford, the Beresford family, the Nelson Pedigree, Family register of Rev. E. Nelson, the family of Worsley, the Prims of Johnswell, the Sewells of the Isle of Wight, the Lords and Marquises of Raineval in Picardy, notes on the Walpoles, the Earldom of Llandaff, the Buchanans of Catter, the family of Lamont and much else. A scarce volume and a useful resource. There is an index to Vol 1, but no index to vol 2 issues. 165.00


12069. The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland: Records of The General Synod of Ulster from 1691 to 1820.

Belfast: John Reid and Co. Printers 1890,1897, 1898. In Three Volumes. Vol I, from 1691 to 1720, vi+544 pp. Vol. II. from 1721 to 1777. vii+591 pp. Vol III, 1778 to 1820, vii+542 pp. Published by the authority of the General Assembly of The Presbyterian Church in Ireland, with the sanction of The General Synod. These invaluable records were published in three volumes and are now exceedingly difficult to acquire as a set. Green boards, gilt spine title. Vol I has the bookplate of Ballycastle Presbyterian Church Fullerton Library. Boards a little rubbed, corners bumped, internally tight bright copies, in generally good/very good condition. Unfortunately they were not published with the projected index. We will not sell the volumes separately. 550.00


12590. The Incorporated Law Society: The Incorporated Law Society's Calendar and Law Directory for the year 1902.

Dublin: Alexander Thom & Co. 1902. Published by Authority of The Council of the Incorporated Law Society of Ireland. v+451+3 pp. Dark grey covers are dusty, faded and a little grubby, internally tight and sound, no annotation, a small stamp from a solicitor's on the rear of the title page. In fair/good condition. The book covers the island of Ireland. 60.00


12589. The Incorporated Law Society: The Incorporated Law Society's Calendar and Law Directory for the year 1929.

Dublin: Alexander Thom & Co. 1929. Published by Authority of The Council of the Incorporated Law Society of Ireland. 539 pp. Dark grey covers are dusty and a little grubby, internally tight and sound, no annotation, a small stamp from a solicitor's office on the title and contents pages. In good condition. The book covers both the Irish Free State and Northern Ireland. 55.00


12588. The Incorporated Law Society: The Incorporated Law Society's Calendar and Law Directory for the year 1954.

Dublin: Alexander Thom & Co. 1954. Published by Authority of The Council of the Incorporated Law Society of Ireland. 530 pp. with, as an insert a 7 pp. supplement detailing changes since Oct.1953. Dark green covers are bright but internally a little dustiness, no annotation. In good condition. The book covers both the Republic and Northern Ireland. 45.00


12316. The Incorporation of Bakers of Glasgow.: The Incorporation of Bakers of Glasgow.

Glasgow: William McLellan & Company, 1931. 212 pp. 23 x 15 cm. Illustrated, hardback, includes as an insert a 32 pp. booklet, Rules and Bye-Laws of the Incorporation of Bakers of Glasgow reprinted 1933, a letter of Aug. 1931 enclosing this presentation copy from James and R. Ralton Ness joint clerks. The bookplate of Col. John Vincent Forrest. Showing some fading to boards, some fore edge spotting otherwise good. A valuable trades history with useful genealogical material. 20.00


14854. The Irish Genealogical Association: Family Links Past and Present, Volume 1, Number 1.

Belfast: The Irish Genealogical Association, 1981. Volume 1, Number 1, January 1981. 28 pp. 30 x 21cm. Illustrated in colour and b&w. Useful articles on Irish Topographical, Civil and Ecclesiastical Divisions, with map, and Surnames of the Upper Ards, with Map. Pictorial matt card covers. Family Links was continued as Irish Family Links. We can also supply Family Links Volume 1, Number 9, September 1983, and Volume 1, Number 10, September 1984, again at 10 each. 10.00


14855. The Irish Genealogical Association: Irish Family Links, Volume 2, Number 1.

Belfast: The Irish Genealogical Association, 1984. Volume 2, Number 1, May 1984. 32 pp. 30 x 21cm. Illustrated in colour and b&w. Useful articles on The Chester Beatty Library, the Huguenots, and The Parish Registers of the Church of Ireland. Pictorial paper covers. Irish Family Links started life as Family Links Past and Present. We can also supply Irish Family Links Volume 2, Number 2, September 1984, Volume 2, Number 4, May 1985, Volume 2, Number 5, September 1985, Volume 2, Number 6, January 1986, and Volume 2, Number 7, June 1986, again at 10 each. 10.00


15026. The Old Limerick Society: The Old Limerick Journal Australian Edition, Number23, Spring 1988.

Limerick: The Old Limerick Society, 1988. 192 pp. 30 x 21 cm. Editor Jim Kemmy. Forty-six articles linking Australia and Limerick. Map. Profusely illustrated. Pictorial glazed card covers. A little rubbing to covers, otherwise good. 20.00


6269. The Presbyterian Church in Ireland: List of Ministers and Congregations of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland as constituted July 1934

Belfast: The Presbyterian Church in Ireland, 1934 pp. 73-164. paper covers, tear with loss of text to bottom of page 143/144, otherwise very good. Covers alphabetical list of Presbyteries, Ministers, details of committees, list of licentiates, moderators from 1840 onwards, dates of appointments,statistics, including congregational finances and mission statistics. 15.00


13009. The Queen's University of Belfast: The Queen's University of Belfast Calendar 1956-57.

Belfast: Q.U.B., 1956. 21.5 by 14 cms. 668 pp. paper covers, owners nme on the front cover otherwise in good condition. 8.00


14863. The Society of Genealogists: The Genealogists' Magazine, Volume 7, Number 6.

London: The Society of Genealogists, 1936. Volume 7, Number 6, June 1936. iv + 281-336 + viii pp. 21.5 x 14 cm. Pedigrees of Donegal Stewarts, now Marquesses of Londonderry, etc, etc. Rusted staples, o/w in good condition. We can also supply Volume 7, Number 10, June 1937 (more on the Londonderrys, and Fasti of the Irish Presbyterian Church); Volume 7, Number 11, September 1937 (more on the Fasti of the Irish Presbyterian Church, and the Irish Seagraves); Volume 7, Number 12, December 1937 (more on the Fasti of the Irish Presbyterian Church); Volume 8, Number 7, September 1939; Volume 9, Number 12, March 1945; Volume 9, Number 13, September 1945; Volume 11, Number 1, March 1951; Volume 11, Number 6, June 1952; Volume 11, Number 7, September 1952; Volume 12, Number 7, September 1956; Volume 12, Number 11, September 1957; Volume 12, Number 15, September 1958 (Irish Records, Early Emigrants to Americal); and Volume 14, Number 9, March 1964, all at 5 each. 5.00


17173. Thomas, Colin, editor: Register of the Cathedral Church of St Columb, Derry 1732-1775.

Dublin: Representitive Church Body Library, 1999. 272 pp. 22.5 x 15.5 cm. Recorded Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials for St Columb's Church of Ireland Cathedral, Derry, 1732-1775. Pictorial glazed card covers. In very good condition. 20.00


17174. Thomas, Colin, editor, with Aubrey Fielding: Register of the Cathedral Church of St Columb, Derry 1703-1732.

Dublin: Representitive Church Body Library, 1997. 350 pp. 22.5 x 15.5 cm. Recorded Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials for St Columb's Church of Ireland Cathedral, Derry, 1703-1732. Pictorial glazed card covers. In very good condition. 20.00


18229. Thomson, George: Inscribed in Remembrance Gravemarker lettering: form, function, and recording.

Dublin: Wordwell, 2009. 174 pp. 23 x 15 cm. 176 illustrations. Pictorial semi-matt card covers, in very good condition. A very useful study. 18.00


11964. Town and Country Directories: Belfast and District Trades Directory Accompanied with a Gazetteer of Ireland.

Edinburgh: Town and Country Directories, 1951. Fifty-First edition. 89+26+55 pp. 25.5 x 17.5 cm. Hardback, dark green boards. The top 3 cm. of pages 35/ and 71/72 have been cut out, boards a little stained, otherwise very good. These directories have now become quite hard to find in any condition. 55.00


5616. Trinity College Dublin: Trinity An Annual Record published by Trinity College Dublin No 2 Michaelmas 1950.

Dublin: Trinity College Dublin, 1950. 44 pp. Illustrated. Articles on the College, Societies, Clubs, Berkley and American Education, Murder in the Rubrics, the School of Social Science, John Fraser, marriages and deaths. Fading to covers, otherwise good, in paper covers. 10.00


5618. Trinity College Dublin: Trinity An Annual Record published by Trinity College Dublin No 7 Michaelmas 1955.

Dublin: Trinity College Dublin, 1955. 47 pp. Illustrated. Articles on the College, Societies, Clubs, John and Stephen Gwynn father and son, Trinity College Dublin Trust, marriages and deaths. Slight fading and split to top of front hinge, otherwise good, in paper covers. 10.00


12979. Turner, B: Surname Landscape in the County of Fermanagh.

Downpatrick: The Turner Circle, 2002. A fifteen-panel coloured folding map, 83.5 x 59 cm, folding down to 20 x 17 cm. Map, lists of names, illustrations, brief essay, and bibliography. Very good condition. 10.00


6995. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review 2/2.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 1986. Volume 2, No 2. 109 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. 12 articles. 6 illustrations. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. In very good condition. 15.00


15016. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review 2/3, Australia 1788-1988 Issue.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 1988. Volume 2, No 3. 145 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. 17 articles relating to Australia and the north of Ireland. 15 illustrations. 13.50


6929. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review 2/5, New Zealand Issue.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 1989. Volume 2, No 5. ii + 98 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. Good, in pictorial laminated card covers. Articles include: John Ballance Prime Minister of New Zealand; Moravians in Ulster and North Carolina; Needlework and the New World; Colonel John Phillips; and the Papers of Earl Macartney. 5.50


12585. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review no. 15, 1999.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 1999. No 15. v+122 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. very good, in pictorial card covers. Articles include, Theodosia Countess of Clanwilliam, Uneasy Bedfellows Academic and family Historians, The Incredible McKavanagh, Arthur MacMurrough Kavanagh (1831-1889), The Evolution of the Abercorn Estate in north west Ulster, The Career of Sir Arthur Edward Kennedy 1810-1883, Robert Hyndman's Censuses of Belfast 1782 & 1791, The Praeger family of Holywood , and others. 5.50


12584. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review no. 16, 2000.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 2000. No 16. vi+102 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. very good, in pictorial card covers. Articles include, The Manorial Courts of the Earls of Antrim, The Many Faces of the Scotch-Irish, A Lusitania Memory, Occupations on Manor of Brownlow's Derry Lurgan Estate c.1670-1799, Sergeant Edward McGuckin an Irish Casualty in the American Civil War , and others. 5.50


12204. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review no. 18, 2002.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 2002. No 18. 106 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. Good, in pictorial card covers. Articles include, Family and servants, critical links in the eighteenth century immigration chain in the Delaware valley, John Glendy Irish and American Revolutionary, William Martin Covenanter Preacher and Revolutionary Patriot 1729-1807, Terence O'Neill remembered, Scottish emigration to colonial America, British Parliamentary Papers for the local historian and genealogist, and others. 5.50


12583. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review no. 21, 2005.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 2005. No 23. vii+158 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. very good, in pictorial card covers. Articles include, Inheritance as a form of chain migration, The Management of the Londonderry Esrtates in Ulster during the Great Famine, Medicine as Cultural Baggage in the Ulster-Scots Settlements in the Valley of Virginia, James and Margaret Ramsey an Ulster-Scot Farming Family in Augusta County Virginia, From McCorry to Curry, Friars Bush Cemetery, and others. 5.50


12581. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review no. 23, 2007

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 2007. No 23. vii+176 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. very good, in pictorial card covers. Articles include, Beatrice Lillie, Family and Community in Forkhill in the early nineteenth century, The Original Spinsters the role of women in the Ulster Domestic Linen Industry, Scottish burial and commemoration practices in seventeenth century Ireland, Passenger Lists and other references to Irish Immigrants from early Wilmington New Castle County Delaware Newspapers, The Rev. Patrick Hamilton's Family Bible 1722-38, Rashee Old Graveyard Co. Antrim, Free Emigration to NSW before the Famine, and others. 5.50


13415. Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild: Familia Ulster Genealogical Review Number 26, 2010.

Belfast: Ulster Genealogical and Historical Guild, 2010. No 26. ix+189 pp. 21.5 x 14.5 cm. very good, in pictorial card covers. Articles include, Dancing Jimmy, Pinkerton Agent James McParland and the Molly Maquires, The Mellons of Castletown Tyrone and Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, Paternal Ancestry and DNA, The Short(t) family research leads down an improbable path, Lost Passages Shipwrecks in Ulster Emigration, Lives moved to New South Wales free passage for convicts' families, Famous Instonions, The Parish of Upper Badoney Co. Tyrone in 1814, and others. 5.50


14857. Ulster Historical Foundation: Directory of Irish Family History Research, Number 15.

Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 1992. Number 15. 24 pp. 30 x 21cm. Lists of family names being researched, and researchers. Illustrated in b&w. Useful articles include An Index to the Memorials of the Dead, Unusual and Stray Catholic Marriage Index for Liverpool, and Strabane Journal. Pictorial matt card covers. Library stamp and slight staining on front cover, o/w good. 20.00


12869. Ulster Historical Foundation: Directory of Irish Family History Research.

Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 2004. Number 27. 96 pp. 30 x 21 cm. Lists of families researching ancestors, and of family names being researched. Pictorial card covers, in very good condition. 45.00


12913. Ulster Historical Foundation: Directory of Irish Family History Research.

Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 2003. Number 26. 96 pp. 30 x 21 cm. Lists of families researching ancestors, and of family names being researched. Pictorial card covers, in very good condition. 45.00


14856. Ulster Historical Foundation: Ulster Genealogical & Historical Guild Newsletter, Volume 1, Number 1.

Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 1978. Volume 1, Number 1, January 1978. 24 pp. 30 x 21cm. Illustrated in b&w. Useful articles include Sources for the Identification of Emigrants from Ireland to North America in the 19th Century, with map. Pictorial matt card covers. We can also supply Ulster Genealogical & Historical Guild Newsletter Volume 1, Number 2, 1979, Volume 1, Number 3, 1979, Volume 1, Number 4, 1980, Volume 1, Number 5, 1980, Volume 1, Number 6, 1981, Volume 1, Number 7, 1981, Volume 1, Number 8, 1982, Volume 1, Number 9, 1983, and Volume 1, Number 10, 1984, again at 10 each. 10.00


616. Wilson, Alec: Fragments That Remain.

Stroud, Glos: Alec Wilson, 1950. 91 pp. 21 x 16.5 cm. The History of the Wilsons of Maryville, Belfast; the Stewarts of Drumbeg, near Lisburn, and the Lairds of Croglin, in Dumfriesshire. Ex Library, in very good condition, in library's hard binding, and with library bookplate. Gold-blocked blue boards. A small number of copies were printed, thus scarce 60.00


7523. Young, Alexander: Chronicles of The First Planters of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay from 1623 to 1636.

Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc. 1975. now first collected from original records and contemporaneous manuscripts, and illustrated with notes. A facsimile reprint of the 1846 Boston edition. viii+571 pp. frontispiece portrait, small handwritten dedication on ffep otherwise almost as new. An important historical resource for the earliest history of the New England colony. 30.00

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