B 174639

Proof copy of R.J.H.’s article entitled ‘Sir William Cole, the town of Enniskillen and plantation in Co. Fermanagh’ published in Geography Publications essay volume

Also draft of this publication annotated: ‘final version with minor blemishes’

(yellow folder) ‘Cole and Enniskillen’

Including photocopies of State Papers Ireland 63|173 documents on the taking of Enniskillen 2/1593

Eoin Halpin’s ‘Excavations at Enniskillen Castle’

Envelope entitled ‘Charter of Enniskillen: incorporators’

Xerox copy of the publication on the genealogy of family of Cole of the Co. of Devon published London 1567

(pink folder) ‘Sir William Cole and Plantation Enniskillen’ along with a photocopy (published article) on the subject pp 336–350.  Typed (19 pp) and handwritten draft of the article.

(blue file) ‘Sir William Cole and Connection’

Includes John Warnett Esquire of Dublin 23/3/1635|6 and John Cole sailor in Hector(?) 1613

Almost all the other testators are resident in England

(green file) ‘Sir William Cole and connection’

Final draft of article on Sir William Cole to be published in the new Dictionary of National Biography about September 2004

File includes IGI searches and approx. a dozen photocopies of wills

Photocopy of three pages from the register of admissions to Gray’s Inn 1521–1889

Envelope ‘Sir William Cole, Town of Enniskillen and Plantation, Co. Fermanagh’

Final typescript Dec. 2003

Envelope containing working papers for the article on Sir William Cole (1576–1653) soldier and land owner in Ulster, born in London business family

Envelope: ‘Cole tracts’

Xerox copy of a 91 page tract published in 1645 entitled ‘The information of Sir Frederick Hamilton Knight and Colonial given to the Committee of both kingdoms concerning Sir William Cole, Knight and Colonial and the scandalous answer of the said Sir William Cole’

Also xerox copy from the British Library of Sir William Cole’s answer (17 pp)

Also photocopies of other tracts such as ‘Good news from Ireland being an exact relation of the late good success at Sligo against the Irish rebels’ … communication to both Houses of Parliament 1645, 4 pp with a list of names of prisoners at Sligo

Also xerox copy of pamphlet from British Library (24 pp) published 1645 entitled ‘the Irish Cabinet or his Majesty’s secret papers for establishing the papal clergy in Ireland … taken in the carriage of the Archbishop of Tuam who was slain in the late fight at Sligo’

Some loose papers including handwritten notes on some of these tracts