4 edition of Ordnance Survey letters Meath found in the catalog.
Ordnance Survey letters Meath
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[John O"Donovan, Thomas O"Connor, and Patrick O"Keeffe] ; edited with an introduction by Michael Herity.|
|Contributions||O"Connor, Thomas, b. 1812., O"Keeffe, P. (Patrick), Herity, Michael., Ordnance Survey (Ireland)|
|LC Classifications||DA990.M43 O36 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 146 p. :|
|Number of Pages||146|
|ISBN 10||1903538033, 1903538041|
|LC Control Number||2001339550|
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The Ordnance Survey Letters by J. O'Donovan and Thomas O'Conor relating to the County of Westmeath, abridged, etc Books By John O'Donovan Ordnance Survey letters Meath: Letters containing information relative to the antiquities of the county of Meath collected during the progress of the Ordnance Survey in Jan John O'Donovan and the Ordnance Survey Name Books Ordnance Survey The surveying of the townland boundaries was conducted under the supervision of Richard Griffith, a civilian engineer, who was appointed in to take charge of a new boundary department which was answerable to the lord-lieutenant in Dublin Castle.
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The Ordnance Survey Letters are the surveyors' field notes, commentaries and correspondence to the Ordnance Survey headquarters in Dublin. They were written between and and exist for twenty-nine counties, excluding Cork, Antrim, and Tyrone.
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The Discovery Series are designed for tourist and leisure activities. Each one covers an area of 40km x 30km at the scale of Format: Map. This web site is based on the book 'Ordnance Survey Letters Galway', edited by Michael Herity MRIA and published by the Four Masters Press in This book is one of a series of books.
Galway Public Library is grateful to Michael Herity for his permission to use his work. The Ordnance Survey of Ireland, conducted between andis the only survey of Ireland to have ever been conclusively finished.
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Leisure; All paper maps and books come with free UK delivery (Royal Mail, working days), or the option of courier delivery (2 working days) from date of dispatch. Ordnance Survey letters Meath () Dublin Fourmasters Press National Library of Ireland LO p.
Paterson: Diocese of Meath and Kildare: an historical guide: National Library of Ireland Ir p Michael Quane: Gilson Endowed School, Oldcastle: Meath Meath Archaeological and Historical Society National Library.
Ordnance Survey Letters for County Kildare. Local Folklore collection relating to South Kildare on audio tape and transcribed. Shackleton/Leadbeater collection – transcripts of original letters; also poems and books relating to these families and the Quaker village of Ballitore, mostly late 18 th - early 19 th century.
Title: Letters Containing Information Relative to the Antiquities of the Counties [of Ireland: Cavan and Leitrim Volume 3 of Letters Containing Information Relative to the Antiquities of the Counties [of Ireland, Great Britain.
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In the Ordnance Survey Name Books for County Meath, compiled inJohn O'Donovan derived the name of Navan (parish) from: "An Odhbha, called from Ova, the first wife of Heremon". Ordnance Survey Name Books, County Meath (typescript copy, ), pacificwomensnetwork.com, page with the addition of The Ordnance Survey Letters for Co.
Limerick. Presented on a parish by parish basis, alphabetically and with inter-active maps. The Field Name Books of the County and City of Limerick is a collection of more than 1, pages of notes taken by surveyors during the first ordnance survey of County Limerick, c.
On this form, you can search for entries in the Ordnance Survey Name Books and Letters, published between and as part of the first complete mapping survey of Ireland.
The results will show you a list of places in our Name Books and Letters Collection that match your search and will give you the option to view the original Name Book or. Apr 30, · The Ordnance Survey Name Books and the O’Donovan topographical letters are both by-products of the massive attempt between and to record and standardise Ireland as a prelude to taxing it.
The Name Books are parish-by-parish alphabetical listings of the place-names that were to become the standardised English versions on the first Ordnance Survey six-inch maps in the s. Ordnance Survey letters Meath: letters containing information relative to the antiquities of the County of Meath collected during the progress of the Ordnance Survey in Ordnance Survey Letters, Londonderry, Fermanagh, Armagh-Monaghan, Louth, Cavan-Leitrim book.
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The Ordnance Survey Letters are manuscripts containing the surveyors’ field notes, commentaries and correspondence to the Ordnance Survey headquarters in Dublin during the mapping. John O’Donovan () was a historian who worked for the Ordnance Survey.
He led the information collection part of the project, many of the surviving.Mar 15, · The Ordnance Survey Letters referring to the County. Abridged & Edited. Rev. Paul Walshe, M.A. Published Inis Ainghin identified – The parish of Bunowen.
Athlone, September 1, Dear Sir, After having studied the islands of Lough Ree day and night for three months, I succeeded at last in identifying all to a demonstration.Naming the Land: Mapping the Meath Field Names Project primarily r epresented in the Ordnance Survey’ s Name Books.
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