Dúiche Néill Volume 22


22nd Journal Of The ONeill Country Historical Society

Published November 2014



  • Native Irish Dress of the Irish Foot Soldiers of O’Neill’s Ulster Army –  Clive Hollick 
  • Tory Raids in Toaghy, Derrynoose Parish, in County Armagh in 1674 –  John Makem 
  • Marriages between Offspring of Shane McBrien O’Neill and Cathal O’Hara of Crebilly: Wherefores and Effects of Succession to the Shane’s Castle 1695/1719 –   Stephen Q. Shafer & Brian M. O’Hara 
  • The Heirs of the O’Neills of the Fews: The First Male Line Descendants of Henry O’Neill and Hannah O’Kelly – Graziella O’Neill de Tyrone
  • Cleamhnais idir Clann Uí Néill agus Clann Uí Dhomhnaill c.1550 – 1660.
  • A Century of O’Neill and O’Donnell Marriages c.1550/1660. –  Helen Meehan       
  • Alexander Mackenzie (1763-1844) of Donaghmore, Co. Tyrone, Brewer, Distiller and Malster: Part 2 – Patricia Bogue
  • The Crann Affray of 1823 – A Consequence of ‘Great Mischief’ of ‘No Reparation’ after ‘Proper Acquittal’ at Armagh Assizes? – Brian Gilmore 
  • ‘The True Orange Dingers’ Ballad and the Alleged Conspiracy of Fr Francis Lappan, PP Tynan – Brian Gilmore
  • Sketching the Development of Parliamentary and Local Government Representation in Dungannon Town from 1830-2014: Tracking the Careers of its ‘Representatives’ in the Moving Political Contexts of their Respective Times – Michael McLoughlin 
  • Estate Management at Powerscourt, 1847-1857 – Nuala Hunt
  • The Powerscourt Rent Rolls for 1839 and Benburb Estate Accounts 1838/1841 –        Brendan McAnallen
  • Rent Roll of the Estate of James Bruce, Benburb 1909-1911, formerly the Powerscourt Estate – The Rev. John Batchelor
  • The Memories of John Mills – from an evening’s conversation – Art Ó Dálaigh
  • Obituaries:
  • George Wylie (1933-2014)                          – Brendan McAnallen
  • Robert John (Bertie) McLean (1933-2014) – James Kane
  • Genealogical Notes and Portraits of Thomas Verner and Sir William Verner.
  • Genealogical Notes and Images of Dr Thomas Reid and Captain Robert Bell Fulton.
  • 30 YEARS OF DÚICHE NÉILL 1985–2015 (15 page photographic exhibition)