2 edition of History of the town and county of Wexford found in the catalog.
History of the town and county of Wexford
Philip Herbert Hore
|Statement||ed. by Philip Herbert Hore.|
|Contributions||Hore, Herbert Francis.|
|LC Classifications||DA990.W5 H8|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||07022927|
Get this from a library! History of the town and county of Wexford : compiled principally from the state papers, the public records, and MSS. of the late Herbert F. . Guide to County Wexford ancestry, family history and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, parish registers, and military records. Wexford is part of the province of Leinster on the south-east coast of Ireland. Wexford is named after the City of Wexford which was.
Click on a parish for details of its records. Hold the mouse pointer over the parish to see variant names. Click on a county name to view its parish map. History of Enniscorthy, County Wexford: Enniscorthy Flood National Library of Ireland Ir f 1: p. W.H. Grattan Flood: History of Hooke (Templetown) parish, County Wexford: Wexford the author Wexford County Library: 28p: Walter Forde: In Ibar's footsteps. St. Ibar's Church, Castlebridge, - Castlebridge Kara.
County Wexford (–) — Main article: History of County Wexford County Wexford (Irish: Contae Loch Garman) is a county located in the south east of Ireland. The period was one of the most turbulent in the county s history. Wexford has an eye to the future, too. The state-of-the-art Opera House in the centre of the town is host to the panoramic Sky View café and has celebrates the year-old Annual Opera Festival every October. The beautiful walnut-paneled theatre adds a touch of class to Wexford’s take on 21st century architecture. Hook, line and sinker.
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of the Late Herbert F. Hore Philip Herbert Hore. History of the town and county of Wexford Here are the first four volumes of the History of the town and county of Wexford by Philip Herbert Hore published from Saved in. History Of The Town And County Of Wexford () by Philip Herbert Hore,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
History of the Town and County of Wexford, Volume 5 History of the Town and County of Wexford, Philip Herbert Hore: Authors: Philip Herbert Hore, Herbert F.
Hore: Published: Original from: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Digitized:. Edward Hay's account of the United Irishman rebellion in County Wexford was published in It is an important historical document because it describes what were then recent events from the perspective of a man who witnessed amy of the events at first hand.
Missaukee County, which had been a part of Wexford County sincewas organized as a separate county by the Michigan legislature. Lake City, on the shore of Muskrat Lake (Lake Missaukee,) became the county seat.
An extensive collection of family history sources are also available in Wexford County Library. Records include parish registers, census records, tithe applotment books, Griffith’s Valuation and local newspapers, all of which are available on microfilm (advance booking essential).
rows This is a sortable table of the approximately 2, townlands in County Wexford. A condensed guide to the history of Wexford Town; a Viking settlement that has evolved throughout the ages. Read about some of the crimes that were committed in County Wexford during the 19th century.
Examples include the stealing of whiskey, as well as the arrests of people that were suspected of. Wexford port has been a pivotal feature in the town’s landscape from the time of the arrival of the Vikings.
The development and maintenance of the port for well over a century is aptly depicted in the Wexford Harbour Commissioners’ archive.
Some of our maritime holdings include: Wexford Harbour Commissioners, ; Account of Wexford. In the 19th century the Great Famine saw thousands perish in County Wexford and the beginning of mass emigration to the New World and the British colonies.
The s witnessed the arrival of the railways which eventually linked the important east coast towns of Wexford with Dublin and the rest of the country culminating in the Land War. WEXFORD (County of), a maritime county of the province of LEINSTER, bounded on the north by the county of Wicklow; on the west by those of Carlow and Kilkenny, and Waterford harbour; on the south by the Atlantic Ocean, and on the east by St.
George's channel. It extends from 52° 2' to 52° 44' (N. Lat.), and from 6° 17' to 7° 4' (W: Lon.); comprising an extent, according to the Ordnance. County Wexford (Irish: Contae Loch Garman) is a county located in the south-east of Republic of Ireland, in the province of Leinster.
It takes its name from the principal town, Wexford, named 'Waesfjord' by the Vikings – meaning 'inlet (fjord) of the mud-flats' in the Old Norse language. Historical Wexford welcomes all to share their piece of Wexford history.
Whether it be detailed accounts aboutor remembering vague tales of life's trials and tribulations past down through a. County Wexford lies in the south eastern corner of Ireland. It is bounded to the west by the River Barrow and the Blackstairs Mountains, to the north by the Wicklow Mountains and by the sea on the other two sides.
The River Slaney flows diagonally through the centre, dividing the county. The book I got the title from was the History of Patrick Sinnett by Walter Eye. In the book of Wexford Town there is a portrait of Col David Sinnett wearing the armor he wore at the storming of Wexford by Cromwell.
This is the portrait I'm looking for. Or any information on a Patrick Sinnett b. in County Wexford. Less than two centuries later County Wexford was to be the springboard for an invasion by the Normans. Today we can still see evidence of this invasion around the town of Wexford, Barrack Street being a prime example where the Normans built a stone castle in the 12th century.
Selskar Abbey founded by the Roche family was dedicated to SS. Wexford (Irish: Loch Garman) is the county town of County Wexford, d lies on the south side of Wexford Harbour, the estuary of the River Slaney near the southeastern corner of the island of town is linked to Dublin by the M11/N11 National Primary Route; and to Rosslare Europort, Cork and Waterford by the NThe national rail network connects it to Dublin and Rosslare Country: Ireland.
Get this from a library! History of the town and county of Wexford, Old and New Ross; comp. principally from the state papers, the public records, and mss.
of the late H.F. Hore, esq. of Pole Hore in that county. [Philip Herbert Hore].The first edition of the book can be obtained for free ag Google Books online and the Peterson book is available at the Amazon link to the right of this page. Wexford County Historical Society Prev.The acquisition by the Bigod earls of Norfolk, at the partition of Leinster inof the manors of Old Ross and the Island in County Wexford, could explain the high level of migration from the East Anglia area.
This map is source dependent, and represents the distribution in England and Wales of families which were represented in County Wexford.