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4 edition of Plan of Drogheda town, 1908. found in the catalog.

Plan of Drogheda town, 1908.

Ordnance Survey

Plan of Drogheda town, 1908.

by Ordnance Survey

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Published by Phoenix Maps in Dublin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Facsimile reprint of Louth: sheet XXIV, 7, 8, 11 and 12 (parts of), originally published Dublin: Ordnance Survey Office, 1908.

SeriesPhoenix maps
ContributionsOrdnance Survey.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 map ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15206541M
ISBN 101872259103
OCLC/WorldCa165583159

SOURCE: Council Book of the Corporation of Drogheda, Vol I: from the year to Ed. The Rev. T. Gogarty, C.M. County Louth Archaeological and Historical Sociey. NOTE: I am indebted to Brendan this instance, his chart enabled me to find the JACKSON references much more quickly than would have otherwise been possible. Drogheda, on the Boyne is a medieval town just 20 minutes from Dublin Airport. Drogheda is the gateway to the world famous Boyne Valley region and the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Newgrange. Rich in heritage yet young at heart, the largest town in Ireland still has a village feel and a wealth of unique attractions within walking distance of each other.

Louth County Archives Service was founded in as a result of the passing of the Local Government Act, It is a repository for the public and private archives of County Louth. This means it holds and seeks the acquisition of archives of Louth Local Authorities and their predecessor bodies. A Seventeenth Century Description of Drogheda. Some Extracts from the Minute Book of the Drogheda Union Board of Guardians - James Garry. Journal of the Old Drogheda Society: Number 4. The Fenians in Drogheda - Moira Corcoran, MA, FRSAI. The Coins and Tokens of Drogheda - Very Rev Fr Gerard Rice. Jarvies of Drogheda - James Garry.

Street Map of Drogheda. Ireland Maps Ireland Photos Street View Map of Drogheda How to use Google Street View. To use Street View you need to drag the yellow man icon from the left hand side onto or around the map to the location you wish to view. The map on the right will then show you the location you have chosen on the left. Drogheda Life has brought you the local news every day since February highlighting the achievements of local community organisations and businesses. This is a labour of love but to improve and widen the scope of our service, we are now appealing to readers for their support.


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Plan of Drogheda town, 1908 by Ordnance Survey Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Thosel St. Peter Magdalene TowerCountry: Ireland. The town’s buildings, museum and gallery are great. Almost more importantly than these however, are its atmospheric old pubs and great dining choices. A brief history of Drogheda. Located at the mouth of the River Boyne, Drogheda’s name derives from the Irish ‘Droichead Átha’, meaning bridge of the ford.

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The History of Drogheda and its environs by John D'Alton () is a two volume work that covers the history of Drogheda from ancient times to the 19th century when Drogheda became an important industrial town. Prehistoric monuments and early Christian ruins show Drogheda 's was settled for thousands of years.

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Dundalk, Drogheda and the river Dee) Figure 2 Ardee: Outline plan showing the line of the town wall and the principal archaeological features (after Bradley) Figure 3 St Mary’s Parish Church from Grose’s Antiquities of Ireland, (after Bradley ) Figure 4 Location of Ardee town walls & defences, medieval structures and street pattern.

Massacre at Drogheda A number of the townspeople fled for safety to St. Peter's Church, on the north side of the city, but every one of them was murdered, all defenceless and unarmed as they were; others took refuge in the church steeple, but it was of wood, and Cromwell himself gave orders that it should be set on fire, and those who attempted.

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Drogheda was a stronghold and trading post of the Norsemen in the 8th–11th century and of the Anglo-Normans in the 12th century. Two towns.