B 174594

Handwritten undergraduate dissertations damaged by water and there are about 9 similar undergraduate dissertations … typescript … these seem to be for the period c.1993–1995

Titles include:

Inishowen, a period of transition from Gaelic Lordship to Plantation Estate c.1585–1665

Plantation in Lifford 1610 … Rory O’Donnell and the Flight of the Earls

An overview of the servitors within the Plantation of Ulster

Outbreak of the Irish Rising and its Perception in England October – December 1641

Changes in land ownership patterns in Co. Monaghan 1591–1640

A reappraisal of the Battle of the Yellow Fort there and back again or analytical narrative of the Lord Lieutenantship of Robert … the second Earl of Essex in Ireland April–September 1599

Mountjoy’s Ulster campaigns 1600–1603–1685

Two envelopes containing copies of parts of a typescript of a Ph.D. thesis by an American Dean White on Tudor Plantations in Ireland pp 9–75 and 442–466 on pattern of settlement in counties Leix and Offaly 1563–4

The next section caption ‘Chapter XVII: proposals for the North 1567’ … the typescript is of pp 257–300 of Vol. II

[blue folder] Contains photocopy of the published edition of J. Dymok’s treatise of Ireland c.1600

[blue folder] ‘Post Medieval Archaeological’

[green file] ‘Co. Antrim: Landholders: mainly IGI searches’

Xerox copy of genealogical notes on the family of Chichester of Co. Devon (1886)

[green folder] ‘Antrim and Down’

Including a typed transcript of Carew MS 630 in Lambeth Palace Library … ‘A report of the voluntary works done by servitors’ in counties Antrim, Down, Monaghan and Inishowen by freeholders placed there by Sir Arthur Chichester … many handwritten notes by R.J.H. including one letter to a researcher named Heather who was working on land grants in Co. Antrim
‘I’ve been working on this all evening and it’s now 4.45 [am] perhaps I should stay up all night and wrestle with it but I am too tired.’

Duplicate of typescript report by T.G. Delaney [of excavations?] of Carrickfergus 1974