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From: Jan Fennell <>
Subject: Re: [S-I] Index of People and Places for the OrdinanceSurvey Memoirs of Ireland
Date: Mon, 7 Nov 2011 06:41:09 -0700
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John,
Any HARKNESS or HARKNEYS listed?
Thank you...thank you....
Janice née Harkness

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> --- On Sat, 5/11/11, John Carey <> wrote:
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> From: John Carey <>
> Subject: [S-I] Index of People and Places for the Ordinance Survey Memoirs of Ireland
> To:
> Date: Saturday, 5 November, 2011, 19:09
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> Thanks, Linda.
>
> OK - you've convinced me to ante up. Anyway, I imagine that many folks will
> already own or have made use of this index and consequently, the demand will
> be low.
>
> I own a copy an Index of People and Places for the Ordinance Survey Memoirs
> of Ireland. This index is a pointer to the forty-volume Memoirs of Ireland
> series. It lists: all drawings reproduced from the original OS Memoirs
> manuscripts; all maps of towns etc. reproduced from the original OS maps,
> 1830s; the parishes and volumes in which they occur; the Memoir writers and
> each parish for which they wrote an account; and, the main index comprising
> place names and personal names. It is said to contain 73, 000 records.
>
> The index helps locate which Memoirs volume may be of interest but folks
> will need to refer to the actual Memoirs for information and I don't own
> many of them. There are so many names that it will be a chore to reproduce
> general searches. For example, there are about 85 references to Andersons
> by my count. That means the more specific people can be the easier it will
> be on me. But if there is interest, I will give it a shot.
>
> Based on the actual Memoirs for parts of Co. Tyrone, which I do own, the
> Memoirs themselves are useful for their descriptions of places and parishes
> as they were found in the 1830s and mention of actual people is mostly
> incidental and not of much use to genealogists. But I found them very
> useful in giving me a picture of the locations that my Hoods came from.
>
> John
>
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> -----Original Message-----
> From:
> [mailto:] On Behalf Of
> Sent: November-05-11 2:21 PM
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> Subject: Re: [S-I] "Defenders of the Plantation of Ulster 1641-1691" HOOD
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> Hi John,
>
> Muster Roll Derry
> Archibald Hoode a soldier in Henry Finch's Company
>
> Defenders of Ireland
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> No Hoods
>
> Linda Merle
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