B 174669

Folders dealing with the plantation in Co. Donegal and partly also in Co. Fermanagh

(blue folder) ‘Kilmacrenan’ approx. 100 pp

Research notes in ink with a very poor xerox copy of a map for which the reference is TCDMUN ME18 sheets 10, 31, 32

(green folder) ‘Letterkenny’

Typed extracts from deeds c.1711–c.1728 and one of 1778

Parties include Redmond Hanlan, Letterkenny, Hugh Lowry, Letterkenny, merchant

Copies of Ordnance Survey and other maps of Letterkenny

Correspondence with local researchers

(2 red folders) containing papers on Lifford precinct

Xerox copy of R.J.H. article in the Donegal Annual containing a transcript of the Muster Roll of 1630–31 Co. Donegal

Approx. 100 pp of research notes on individual planter families; IGI search for Thomas Coates

(red folder) ‘Portlough’

Miscellaneous mainly about placenames including a draft of an article by Arthur Spears on Gaelic placenames

Manorcunningham and Ballyl[aw]n? within the Portlough precinct

(grey folder) ‘Ramelton’

Correspondence in brochures aiming to conserve old buildings especially the old Presbyterian Meeting House

(blue folder) ‘Raphoe’

Xerox copy of pp 416–426 of the journal of the Association for the Preservation of Memorials of the Dead Vol. no. 3 (1897) providing transcripts of inscriptions at St Eunan’s Cathedral Church, Raphoe

Also a copy of p. 388 of the above providing extracts from the will of Dr John Pooley Bishop of Raphoe probated in the Prerogative Court of Ireland 1710

Xerox copy of photograph of gravestones of James Nesbitt and his sons John and Andrew who died 1645

Handwritten note ‘James Nesbit mustered for Wilson estate c.1630’

Xerox copy of newspaper article by C.D. Milligan on the Cathedral Church of St Eunan Raphoe 1946

Xerox copy of a photograph of the gravestone inscription of Andrew Gordon and Isabel his wife who lived 43 years together; then she died 26 May [16]77 and he died the 17 February [16]77.  They left two sons John and Alexander and Alexander who erected this tomb 1678

(blue folder) ‘St Johnston’

Xerox copy of documents in Latin 6/8/1619 taken from the Record Commissioners transcripts in the National Archives Dublin (RC 3|4)

Annotation with references to Calendar Patent Rolls Ireland James I p. 403 and Charles I pp 438–439

Xerox copies of some 50 pp possibly from George Hay’s ‘The Architecture of Scottish Post-Reformation Churches 1560–1843’

Some 6 pp of MS notes including a title ‘A Renaissance Church in Plantation Donegal’

(red folder) ‘Fermanagh’

15 pp xerox copies of part of a survey of Co. Fermanagh covering the baronies of Magherastephana, Clanawley Magheraboy and Knockninny possibly c.1620

20 pp handwritten notes including 10 pp on Cole estate maps in the barony of Clanawley

(red folder) ‘Knockninny’, 15 pp handwritten notes

(grey folder) ‘Magherastephana’, 20 pp handwritten notes

(green folder) ‘Lurg’

(blue folder) Similar folders with notes for baronies of Lurg, Coole and Tirkennedy, Clanawley 20 pp handwritten notes (pen and ink)

(green folder) ‘Magheraboy: Scots’ 10 pp notes

(blue folder) ‘Clankelly’, approx. 30 pp working notes

(grey folder) ‘Clanawley barony Fermanagh’, 60 pp working notes including typed report on the Royal Free Schools by the Headmaster of Portora Royal School Enniskillen in 1962