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Subject: Re: [S-I] Dublin National Library
Date: Sat, 11 Feb 2012 21:54:06 -0500 (EST)
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Here's an example of an "Ulster" family found in these records:
BOYD/BOYDE
MS 213 Antrim Families p. 196, 204, 210, 232
MS 280-85 Fisher MSS II, p. 199
MS 125 Heraldic Sketches p. 233, 273
MS 199 Ecclesiastical Visitations p. 215, 254, 262
MS 103-111a-h Grants/Confirmations of Arms Vol. 110, p.134
MS 223-54 Betham Will Abstracts 1/223, 3/48, 4/10, 6/219, 7/43, 9/101,
11/53,
12/279, 13/154, 14/168, 15/191, 16/206, 17/1, 18/66, 19/256,
20/254,21/91, 24/422, 26/320, 31/337, 32/52 –
Lodge 5/131, 10/8 of Ballymacool, Co. Donegal
MS 261-276 Betham Sketch Peds. Series 1 Vol. IV, p. 59
Kilmarnock
MS 435 Iwrwin A, p. 366, 367, 368
MS 432-437 Irwin 436 p. 366-8
MS 432-437 Irwin 436 Pt. II
of Co. Donegal
Loose Papers/Pedigrees of Ballycastle, Co. Antrim
MS 573-576 Sadleir Peds. 576 p. 25
MS 184 Lords Entries Vol. II, p. 48
Co. Antrim MS 215-219 Anglo-Irish Peds. I, p. 205

It's very easy to scroll to your surname and look. Even though you have
Ulster names, take a quick look. You'll kick yourself if you don't.
I'll be there in September to find out what they have.
Colin Brooks
The 1718 Project




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