Place-names and antiquities of S.E. Cork, Ireland.

by P. Power

Publisher: Hodges in Dublin, Ire

Written in English
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  • Names, Geographical -- Ireland.,
  • Cork (Ireland) -- Antiquities

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Micheal J. Bowman Jnr. (, PGE) Offered even more information about the castle in his book titled: Place Names and Antiquities of The Barony of Duhallow The castle was surrounded by a moat which has now being filled in. Ancient Ireland This site is dedicated to provide pictures and information about Ancient Irish antiquities we've visited. We created to provided a site that focuses on ancient Irish antiquities. A few days ago while driving to Cork, I took a small detour to the village of Clonmult. Clonmult, Co. Cork is best know as the site of an IRA ambush which took place on the 20 February during the war of Independence. On the outskirts of the village is a lovely holy well dedicated to St Laurence. A supporting book to the hardbound 'Families of Co. Cork, Ireland." This can be considered a valuable source for researchers in Cork, including all the place names and location details from the census. 68 pages in all. Heavier parchment type cover. Many families can be pinpointed as to location, some are mentioned in passing.

The place names of Ireland are as interesting and as extraordinary as her antiquities, and to some are even more fascinating than her beauties. The bewildering immensity of Irish place names is one of the most remarkable things connected with Ireland; but like her ancient monuments, they are every day disappearing—fading away with the [Pg x.   Eason and Son – known in Ireland simply as Eason’s – is one of Ireland’s most successful retail book chains. It was established in by the British company W.H. Smith, and bought out by Charles Eason and his son in Today, their St. Patrick’s Street store in Cork is one of 60 outlets across the country. An expansive store with an up-to-date collection of the latest and best. Judge John Edwards Walsh (), was the author of a well-known book 'Ireland Sixty Years Ago' published in For anybody interested in the history and antiquities of the capital of Ireland, this book should be a source of continuing interest.   This week marks Independent Bookshop Week in Ireland from June 16 until June To celebrate we look at the very best Irish indie bookstores from Dublin to Cork .

From the Penal Era to the Famine. Cork: Tower Books. Bowman, M.J. () Place names and Antiquities of the Barony of Duhallow. Masters Thesis edited by MacCarthy, J.J. () and printed by British Library Cataloguing in Publications Data, UK. Breen, C. () An Archaeology of Southwest Ireland, – Dublin: Four Courts Press. – [Belfast]: Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Atkinson, A, Esq. – Ireland exhibited to England:in a political and moral survey of her population, and in a statistical and scenographic tour of certain districts; comprehending specimens of her colonisation, natural history and antiquities, arts, sciences, and commerce . Editor of Waterford and S.E. of Ireland Archæological Journal since ; (18 vols.); contributor to archaeological and other publications; author of The History of the Diocese of Waterford and Lismore, ; Place Names of Decies, ; Lives of Saints Declan and Carthage, ; Place Names and Antiquities of S.E. Cork, Manual of.

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Cork, Ireland by Power, Patrick. Publication date Topics Names, Geographical, genealogyPages: PowF.R — Place-Names and Antiquities of S.E. Cork. The O.M. records three Hoses on this townhiiid— soil., two large specimens and one of lesser size. All these, however, have entirely disappeared, the only traces remaining being the field- names, "Fort Field" and " Pairc a Leasa," on M'Carthy's and Twomey's farms respectively.

PLACE-NAMES AND ANTIQUITIES OF S.E. COEK. Part II. By EEV. PROFESSOR PATRICK POWER. [Read Decem Published Skptemher, 18, ] Parish of Caherlag. This parish, which belongs to the diocese of Cork and is of comparatively small extent, lies on the summit and along the southern slope of the high ridge-which runs east and west.

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His nephew Daniel and Dr. Edward Ledwich, who had already published a book on Irish antiquities, completed the final volume of Grose's Antiquities of Ireland in The book is now a well-known historical resource. Its drawings captured precisely how the Irish monuments and antiquities looked at the end of the eighteenth century, which makes.

Place Names and Antiquities of South East Cork () Ardmore Deugláin () Prehistoric Ireland () Early Christian Ireland () Ancient Topography of Fermoy () Ardmore: Its founder and Early Christian Memorials () A Bishop of the Penal Times () The Ogham Stones, University College, Cork ().

Place-Names and Antiquities of S.E. Cork, Ireland: Patrick Power: Books - or: Patrick Power. Place-names and antiquities of S.E. Cork, Ireland [Hardcover]: Patrick Power: Books - or: Patrick Power. Each Sunday we send out a Letter from Ireland from a cottage in County Cork – to o people of Irish descent all over the world (If you’d like to recieve a FREE weekly Letter from Ireland simply click here to subscribe).

When we do this, we also ask readers to give us the Irish surnames in their family tree as well as the Irish counties they believe (or know) their ancestor came. Objects and the organising of the survey. The voluntary Cork Place Names Survey group was established in by Dr.

Éamon Lankford to undertake the collection and mapping of the minor placename heritage of Co. Cork. Áitainmneacha Chiarraí / Kerry Place Names was formed in to conduct a similar Place Names Survey in Kerry.

This extensive work details various periods of Irish history, from the Iron Age through It contains information on early civilizations, governments, ethnic groups, localities, geographical features, architecture, wars; royal lineages, and church histories and architecture, among other topics.

Included are extensive chronologies as well as lists of nobles, clergymen, and government. Stone circles, cromlechs (commonly called Druids' altars), raths or circular mounds of earth, caves, and stone pillars, are numerous, particularly raths.

Near Clonakilty is a remarkable stone circle: close to the church is an ancient pillar, formed of a single stone, and in the vicinity an artificial cave. In the neighbourhood of Ross is an imperfect circle of smaller diameter than the. 2 Archives The Cork Placenames Archive- The Cork Placenames Archive contains a comprehensive collection of the place names of County Cork collated by Logainmneacha Chorcaí between and The Archive was built upon the foundations laid by the Ordnance Survey Name Books which were compiled in the s.

How Irish place-names have evolved and deformed. The main reason for this is the way place-names were transposed out of the Irish language into English. This happened in the first three decades of the nineteenth century, after the Act of Union () had brought the administration of Ireland under the control of London.

Just years ago Waterford born canon Patrick Power published his Place Names and Antiquities of S. Cork. In this fascinating book Canon Power gathered together myths, folklore, historical facts and did extensive research of his own.

Painstakingly he went through parish after parish after parish and townland after townland. My great, great, great grandfather, James Lamey, was born in County Cork in He iemigrated to Canada inwhere he married and raised his family.

I do not see my family name in your list for Cork and am wondering if the name has vanished. I would like to know from where in Cork he emigrated and if our surname survives in Ireland. Apart from a brief period inhe worked steadily for the Survey on place-name researches untilunearthing and preserving many manuscripts.

He researched maps and manuscripts at many libraries and archives in Ireland and England, with a view to establishing the correct origin of as many of Ireland's 63, townland names as possible. The Liam Price Notebooks The Placenames Antiquities And Topography Of County Wicklow, Used Non-fiction Books For Sale in Bishopstown, Cork, Ireland for euros on The most important tool in identifying Irish placenames is the General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, parishes and Baronies of Ireland.

From here you can search the entire Index, together with street listings from Dublin, Cork and Belfast cities, more t entries in all.

Books Set in Cork, Ireland Fictional books set in Cork City and County All Votes Add Books To This List. 1: Asking For It by. Louise O'Neill. avg rating — 16, ratings.

score:and 2 people voted Want to Read saving Want to Read. See List of New Books. Acquisitions Normal view MARC view. Cork (Ireland) Cork (Ireland) Antiquities. (Geographic Name) Number of records used in: 1. Preferred form: Cork (Ireland) Antiquities. Notes; Powered by Koha.

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Character of the Inhabitants of Cork, from 'The Scenery and Antiquities of Ireland', by Joseph Stirling Coyne and Nathaniel Parker Willis, illustrated by W. Bartlett, c. John McVeagh, "Romantick" Ireland: Pococke's tour of Cork and Kerry, Éire-Ireland, () 69– James Kelly (ed), The letters of Lord Chief Baron Edward Willes to the earl of Warwick, an account of Ireland in the mid-eighteenth century (Aberystwth ).

Newtwopothouse, Mallow, - this is a small village 6 km outside of the Mallow, the Cork 's famous for growing the best grass in Ireland. Muff, Co. Donegal - the source of. Onomastics of County Cork.

The Rev. Patrick Power's Place Names and Antiquities of S. E. Cork () describes several place names in the county popularly associated with a legendary cow, the Bó Bhán (white cow) and Glas Gaibhneach/Gamhain/Gamhnach (he gives these three spellings).Place Names and Antiquities of S.

E. Cork () Ardmore-Deaglain () Prehistoric Ireland () Early Christian Ireland () The Ancient Topography of Fermoy () A Bishop of the Penal Times () A Short History of Co. Waterford () The Cathedral and Priory of the Holy Trinity, Waterford ().Introduction to The Place-Names of Decies (2nd ed.) by Alfred O'Rahilly ; Works.

Places and Names of Decies () Parochial History of Waterford and Lismore (; ) Lives of Declan and Mochuda (ITS ) Place Names and Antiquities of S. E. Cork () Ardmore-Deaglain () Prehistoric Ireland () Early Christian Ireland ().