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From: Henry Foster <>
Subject: Re: Down Hamlets 17th Century/J.Giacoletti
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 1997 21:18:50 GMT+1
> From: John Giacoletti <>
> Subject: Down Hamlets 17th Century
> I'm looking for Castlereagh, Kilwarlin, and Lisnegarvy, all in
> County Down..
Hello John and others,
Townland "Castlereagh" is approximately 5 kilometers South-East of
Belfast's City-Hall. On my streetmap Castlereagh is just outside the
official city border. Castlereagh seems to be the first politically
independent village South-East of Belfast. Other Townlands I believe
to be part of Castlereagh are: Cregagh, Braniel and Gilnahirk, where
my FOSTERs and MURDOCHs are from. I couldn't find Ballyacerret,
I don't know if this has been posted here before, but...
You can lookup any Irish Townland online at the Townland Data Base at
You will get the Townland, County, Barony, Parish and civil-Parish.
Dipl.-Ing. Henry Foster /
Fachbereich Elektrotechnik / e-mail:
Universitaet Kaiserslautern /
67653 Kaiserslautern / with the usual disclaimers
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