B 174622

Folders containing working papers on researching planter families arranged alphabetically

The first set of papers (loose) relates to Sir John Gore Knight London 26/11/1646 and includes will of Paul Gore Knight 3/4/1689; copy of the will of Thomas Gore [   ]/05/1646

Also copies of the visitation of London 1568 and visitation of Wiltshire 1623

Blue folder with caption Maurice Hime and this includes xerox copies of his publications including The Unlucky Golfer, His Handbook published London 1904

The folder includes a copy of a poem by Mrs M.C. Hime entitled ‘Brian Boru and the Battle of Clontarf’

Envelope containing a listing of PCC and Norfolk wills for testators named Caston, Colby, Cheyney, Barnewell, Duke, Harte, Helmes and Moye

[red folder] entitled ‘Cheshire, Chester’ including research notes customs entry books and wills 40 pp

[green file] ‘Newburgh’ including photocopy of will of Thomas Newburgh of Ballyhayss [Ballyhaise], Co. Cavan, gent probated 03/05/1597

Will of Walter Newburgh esquire probated 17/05/1599; bequest to the poor in the parish of Notherbury

Photocopy of 3 pages of the visitation of Dorset 1677

Enlargement of two articles published in a quarterly magazine of the Drogheda Grammar School

[red folder] ‘Roe’ Sir Francis Roe who died in Ulster c.1620 … said to have come from Alport, Derbyshire

Folder with 4 copy wills including: Margaret Roe of Alport 1641, Alice Roe of Hope, Derbyshire 1655, John Rowe of Chaddesden, Derbyshire 1618 and Nicholas Roe of Clerkenwell, Middlesex 1618. Also xerox copy of a page from pedigrees of Derbyshire 1569 and 1611

Copy of an article on Sir Thomas Rowe, Leyton Essex itinerant ambassador born 1580

[green folder] ‘Rolleston’

3 copy wills including Agnes Rollistone of Co. Stafford widow probated 1568

Ant[h]ony Rolston of Whatnall, Co. Nottingham gent probated 1623

[orange folder] ‘Derry’

Pen and ink transcript of the customs account for Port of Londonderry 1612–1614 (approx. 50 pp)

[green folder] ‘Carrickfergus’ 17 pp pen and ink transcript of customs accounts 1614–15

[yellow folder] ‘Sir Oliver Lambert’

Some papers for article published in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography in 2003

[folder] ‘Newry & Carlingford’

Photocopy of a rental of the lands in the town and Lordship of Newry granted to Sir Nicholas Bagnall kight Marshall of Ireland ff 116–137

Also copy of a booklet published by Newry & Mourne Museum 2002 ‘Supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund’ the author was Noreen Cunningham

There are 3 folders entitled Ulster

One subtitle is Architecture, Building and Builders

A second is entitled Local Government Administration; Parliaments

The third is entitled Ulster Plantation Literature c.1699–c.1750 ‘Contributions to the Cultural and Intellectual History of Ulster’

[mauve folder] ‘Virginia’

Includes xerox copies of published articles on early seventeenth settlement

[orange folder] ‘Fishmongers Company’ containing the working papers of R.J.H. article on the subject published by Geography Publications (Londonderry essay volume)

5 issues of Benbradagh a history magazine published annually by the community in Dungiven 1988–2000

Publication entitled Introducing The Verbal Arts Centre London Street, Londonderry