Co Louth Data


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Records Specific to County Louth

1600:Gentlemen of Co. Louth . JCLAS Vol 4 No 4 1919 20
1666-7:Hearth Money Roll of Dunleer parish. The Irish Genealogist, 1969.
1683:Louth brewers and retailers JCLAS, Vol 3 No. 3
1683:Drogheda merchants; JCLAS Vol 3 No 3
1739-41:Corn census of Co. Louth. JCLAS Vol 11 No 4 pp 254 86
1756:Commissions of Array, giving lists of Protestants who took the oath. NL Pos 4011
1760:Ardee parish. The Irish Genealogist. 1961
1766:Ardee, Ballymakenny, Beaulieu, Carlingford, Charlestown, Clonkeehan, Darver, Drumiskan, Kildermock, Killeshiel, Louth, Mapestown, Phillipstown, Shanliss, Smarmore, Stickallen, Tallonstown, Termonfeckin. NA 1A 41 100, Creggan, NA 1A 46 49. Also Nelson, History of the Parish of Creggan, NL: Ir 941 p 43
1782-92:Cess payers, parishes of Cappagh, Drumcar, Dysert, Moylary, Monasterboice. JCLAS, Vol. 9 no. 1
1785:estatePapers from the Roden estate, Clanbrassel estate map, 1785: JCLAS Vol XX, 1 1981
1791:Landholders, Dromiskin parish. History of Kilsaran, J.B. Leslie
1798:Drogheda voters list; Journal of the Co. Louth. Archaeological Society, Vol XX, 1984.
1802:Protestant parishioners of Carlingford. JCLAS Vol 16 No 3
1802:Drogheda voters list; Journal of the Co. Louth. Archaeological Society, Vol XX, 1984.
1816:Grand Jurors; NL: Ir 6551 Dundalk
1821:Freeholders; NL: Ir 94132
1830-65:Methodist records, Newry Circuit. Seanchas Ardmhacha Vol 7 No 2, 1977
1834:Tallonstown parish. JCLAS Vol. 14
1837:Valuation of towns returning M.P.s (occupants and property values): Drogheda, Dundalk. Parliamentary Papers, 1837, Reports from Committees, Vol I
1837:Marksmen (illiterate voters) in parliamentary boroughs: Drogheda, Dundalk. Parliamentary Papers
1837:Reports from Committees, Vol I(i), Appendix A
1852:Mosstown & Phillipstown. JCLAS 1975
1852:Voting electors. NL Ms 1660
1865:Parliamentary voters; P. 2491
1865:estateTenants of Omeath, 1865: JCLAS Vol.XVII, 1, 1973
estateDetails of the Anglesea estate papers in PRONI: JCLAS Vol.XVII, 1973 (See also JCLAS XII, 2)
estateDrumgooter: A Tenant Farm in the 18th & 19th Centuries (from a rent roll of the estate of Sir John Bellew): JCLAS Vol XX, 4, 1984
estateTrench estate rentals, Drogheda. NL ms 2576
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