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From: "Antoinette Waughtel" <>
Subject: Re: [S-I] Lough Neagh Parish of Co. Antrim - "OrdnanceSurveyMemoirs"
Date: Sun, 4 Feb 2007 09:34:16 -0800
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Very true. I've had great luck with both Alibris and Abe book outlets.
Also many of the printing sources have reprinted books and one can always
check with them too.
Antoinette (Tacoma, Washington)

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Subject: Re: [S-I] Lough Neagh Parish of Co. Antrim - "Ordnance
SurveyMemoirs"


> Hi Nancy, why not look beyond Amazon? If they are out of stock, buy
> elsewhere.Even if a book goes out of print, you can usually find a copy in
> a bookstore via the Internet.
>
> I did a google, being too lazy to check at a couple of the obvious on line
> bookstores <grin>.....
> Here's copies.
> http://globalgenealogy.com/countries/ireland/resources/334mem.htm#antrim
> It tells you the book has 8 parishes and is 153 pages long. You do the
> math. I got several volumes of this series. They're incredible. I always
> feel impoverished when researching in a county that doesn't have them.
> Unfortunately they are on indexed, so you read every page.
>
> I frequently buy from Global Genealogy.com, in Canada. I live in the USA.
> Never had a problem with them. They tend to stock more UK specific
> genealogical items than American on line bookstores, which is one reason I
> like them. Also a lot of free instruction on line. You can sign up for
> their
> weekly enews letter but that can be painful to the pocketbook. Currently
> lusting after the two
> volumes of highland regiments who fought in the French and Indian (Seven
> Years) War. It's here:
> http://globalgenealogy.com/new/index.htm Sons of the Mountains: The
> Highland Regiments in the French and Indian War, 1756-1767, Vol. 1 and 2
> By Ian Macpherson McCulloch
>
> If no one can photocopy or scan the pages for you, maybe this'll do.
>
> Linda Merle (In PA but it feels like Canada.....)
>
> -------------- Original message --------------
> From: Nancy Elder Petersen <>
>
>> RE: LOUGH NEAGH parish of County ANTRIM
>>
>> I found a book title containing LOUGH NEAGH Parish
>> listed in Amazon.com,
>> but not available at this time.
>>
>> "Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 21:
>> Parishes of County Antrim VII 1832-8: South Antrim"
>> 154 pages
>> (February 1, 1993)
>> Dufour Editions; ISBN: 0853894612
>> Belfast : Institute of Irish Studies in association
>> with the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, 1990-
>>
>> Institute of Irish Studies webpage:
>> http://www.qub.ac.uk/iis/publications/OrdnanceSurveyMemoirs/Antrim/AntrimVol21.h
>> tm
>> reference:
>> Vol. 21 The parishes covered in this volume are:
>> Aghagallon, Aghalee, Ballinderry,
>> Camlin, Glenavy, Lough Neagh,
>> Magheragall, Magheramesk, Tullyrusk.
>>
>> Could someone tell me how many pages
>> are in the LOUGH NEAGH parish section?
>> Could that part easily be xeroxed or scanned?
>>
>> Nancy Elder Petersen
>> Host, ELDER DNA project
>> http://www.familytreedna.com/public/ELDER
>>
>>
>> Nancy Elder Petersen, DAR member #833222
>> 7808 NE 51st St, Apt. 139, Vancouver, WA 98662 USA Phone:360-882-1039
>> E-mail: or
>> DAR: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nancyelder
>> ELDER DNA project: http://www.familytreedna.com/public/Elder
>>
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