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    IRISH BOOKS ONLINE Library Ireland is a completely FREE service, offering access to an ever-expanding collection of out-of-print books and other Irish
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      IRISH BOOKS ONLINE

      Library Ireland is a completely FREE service, offering access to an ever-expanding collection of out-of-print books and other Irish material, which we hope will prove useful to the reader and researcher alike.

      Email subscription for notification of new listings available also……..

      http://www.libraryireland.com/

       

      Using Dervock, as the search word revealed the following text’s, which can be read on-line, or, the ability if you want to cut and paste to your own documents…

       

      A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland by Samuel Lewis

      Complete text of the original 1837 edition

      ... of Drumtullagh, and post-town of Dervock, 5134 inhabitants. This parish is situated on the river Bush, ... close to the town of Dervock, as a site for the erection of a new church, ...

      http://www.librar...land.com/topog/d.php

       

      A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland by Samuel Lewis

      Complete text of the original 1837 edition

      ... Ballinderry, Ballyclare, Bushmills, Crumlin, Cushendall, Dervock, Glenavy, Portglenone, and Toome. Connor, the ancient seat of the ... been made from Ballymoney to Dervock, crossing a large and valuable tract of bog; and others ...

      http://www.librar...land.com/topog/a.php

       

      A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland by Samuel Lewis

      Complete text of the original 1837 edition

      ... held at Bushmills (which see); and on the day after Dervock fair, which is generally on Aug. 12th (except that day falls on the Saturday or Sunday, on which occasions it is ...

      http://www.librar...and.com/topog/b4.php

       

      A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland by Samuel Lewis

      Complete text of the original 1837 edition

      ... province of ULSTER, 9 1/4miles (N. E. by E.) from Dervock, and 132 miles (N.) from Dublin: containing 1683 inhabitants. This place, in the Irish language called Ballycashlain, or " Castletown," derived ...

      http://www.librar...and.com/topog/b2.php

       

      A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland by Samuel Lewis

      Complete text of the original 1837 edition

      ... Dorman, William B., Esq., Kinsale, co. Cork Douglas, Charles, Esq., Dervock, co. Antrim Douglas, Sir James, Bart., Limerick *Douglas, James, Esq., Rosebrook, near Dungiven, co. Derry Douglas Rope Walk Company, Cork Douglas, ...

      http://www.librar....com/topog/subsd.php

       

      A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland by Samuel Lewis

      Complete text of the original 1837 edition

      ... Allen, Mr. George, Parliament-street, Dublin *Allen, J., Esq., Lisconnan, near Dervock, co. Antrim *Allen, Mr. John, Ballymagrorty, Templemore, near Derry Allen, John, Esq., Breckanhill, Ballyclare, co. Antrim Allen, Mr. John, Londonderry *Allen, ...

      http://www.librar....com/topog/subsa.php

       

       

       

       


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