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Subject: Re: [S-I] "Defenders of the Plantation of Ulster 1641-1691" Atwell,Doak
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2011 16:03:27 +0000 (UTC)
Nada. Atwell is not in MacLysaght, meaning he missed it or they came rather late and in small numbers.
Doak is Scottish, which is why they were not at Derry.
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From: "j h" <>
Sent: Tuesday, November 8, 2011 7:46:04 AM
Subject: Re: [S-I] "Defenders of the Plantation of Ulster 1641-1691" Atwell, Doak
Hi, Linda, Lovely thing you're doing. I hope you're not overwhelmed. Could you please look up the surnames Atwell and Doak?Thanks,Joan
> Date: Sat, 5 Nov 2011 15:15:56 +0000
> Subject: [S-I] "Defenders of the Plantation of Ulster 1641-1691"
> Hi folks,
> I have sprung for this book, compiled by Brian Mitchell. It contains two lists of names (with some details) from two sources. These are the muster roll of Garrison in the City of Londonderry from 1642-43. This resides in PRONI as T808/15176, from the National Archives in London, State Papers, Domestic, Commonwealth Exchequer Papers, bundles 120 and 121). The second is from "The Fighters of Derry Their Deeds and Descendants..." by William Young, published in 1932. It covers the period 1688-1691. It also names those of the Enniskillen campaign as well as the harrying of Jacobite forces in Connaught and Ulster by locally raised regiments out of Enniskillen, Battle of the Boyne, Battle of Aughrim, and the final Irish surrender 23 Sept. 1691. It includes the list of 921 people declared traitors by James' II's parliament in Dublin in 1689.
> Linda Merle
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