Dúiche Néill Volume 23

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23rd Journal Of The ONeill Country Historical Society
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Contents

ARCHAEOLOGY

·         The excavation of two cereal drying kilns in the immediate vicinity of Tullaghoge Fort, Cookstown, Co. Tyrone.

Edith Logue & Brian Sloan

 

O’NEILL AND PLANTATION HISTORY

  • The Long Shadow of SeánO’Faoláin’s Great O’NeillHiram Morgan                      
  • The Life and Times of Niall Carr (1665-1710) of Benburb. Eoghan Ó hAnnracháin
  • The O’Neill Monuments in Donaghmore and Dundee. Pat O’Neill             

THE 18th AND 19th CENTURIES

  • What Happened to the Foundling Child? Sandra Mortimer                       
  • John Bell (1793-1861), Dungannon Antiquarian. Brendan McAnallen
  • The Bicentenary of Derrygortreavy Church, Eglish Parish, its First Minister and the Battle of Waterloo. Rev John Batchelor                       
  • Bob Maxwell of Ardgonnell, the composer of the 1824 ‘True Orange Dingers’ ballad, and an eyewitness account of the affray at Crann. Brian Gilmore                             
  • The two Government inquiries into policing the Sham Fight at Derrynoose and the Tithe Collection near Keady in autumn 1834. Brian Gilmore                                            
  • The Tenant League and the General Election of 1852 in counties Tyrone and Monaghan. Josephine McBride                           
  • Tyrone Signatories and Clergy in Support of the Tenant League petition to Parliament from Strabane, Omagh, Cappagh, Dromore, Crossroads, Fintona, Aughnacloy, Lissen, Cookstown, Beragh and Ballygawley.  Josephine McBride

 

IRISH LANGUAGE SOURCES

  • AnSifínSiúil 9ú–15ú Meitheamh 1832. Helen Meehan
  • The Gaelic historians of the Northwest, in particular Séamus Ó Ceallaigh Brian Lacey 

THE FIRST WORLD WAR

  • The Battle of the Somme. Rev John  Batchelor                
  • Green Fields of France. Michael Joyce & Trevor Geary
  • Remembering Some Dungannon and District Officers and Men, who died in World War One. Patricia Bogue           
  • Some Casualties from the South Armagh area, who perished in the First World War. Trevor Geary                                               

DECADE OF COMMEMORATIONS

  • William John Kelly – A Fenian.   Bertie Foley                                
  • Roger Casement and the Easter Rising: Berlin, Dublin and British Intelligence. Jeffrey Dudgeon                    
  • The Arms Raid at the Cope family residence at Drumilly House, Loughgall in August 1919. James Kane                    
  • Louis O’Kane (1905-73) and his Revolutionary Recordings of Irish Volunteers: Aspects of south and east Tyrone on tape. DónalMcAnallen

MILITARY DECORATIONS 

  • L’Ordre de Saint-Louis (The Order of Saint Louis) Medal. Eoghan Ó hAnnracháin
  • World War One Medals and Memorial Plaque Medallions. Trevor Geary
  • Irish War of Independence Service Medals. Brian Gilmore
  • Roger Casement postage stamps. Jeffrey Dudgeon

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