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DONEGAL IN THE ULSTER PLANTATION

From “An Historical Account of the Plantation in Ulster
at the Commencement of the Seventeenth Century, 1608-1620”

Rev. George Hill

M’Caw, Stevenson & Orr

Belfast (1877)

Including Nicholas Pynnar’s Survey of 1618-1619


 

DFINITIONS of CERTAIN TERMS USED in the ULSTER PLANTATION

PRECINCT OF BOYLAGH AND BANAGH ALLOTTED TO SCOTTISH UNDERTAKERS BUT SOME WITH IRISH TENANTS

PRECINCT OF DOE AND FAWNETT [NOW IN THE PRECINCT OF KILMACRENAN] GRANTED TO SERVITORS AND NATIVES

THE PRECINCT OF KILMACRENAN GRANTED TO SERVITORS AND NATIVES

PRECINCT OF LIFFER [LIFFORD], BARONY OF RAPHOE ALLOTTED TO ENGLISH UNDERTAKERS

PRECINCT OF LIFFER [LIFFORD], BARONY OF RAPHOE GRANTED TO SERVITORS AND NATIVES

PRECINCT OF PORTLOUGH GRANTED TO SCOTTISH UNDERTAKERS

COUNTY DONEGAL JURORS FOR SURVEY AND INQUISITION 12 SEPTEMBER 1609 [p. 173] NO OTHER PLACE NAMES INCLUDED

RECEIVERS OF RENTS, ISSUES AND PROFITS IN TYRCONNELL [DONEGAL] CIRCA 1608-1610 [pp. 256-58]

PRE-1610 IRISH RESIDENTS OF DONEGAL, WEST OF LOUGH SWILLY [p. 257]

 

 

 




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