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From: "Dora Smith" <>
Subject: Re: [NIR-ANTRIM] Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland -Downpatrickextract PT1
Date: Sat, 11 Jun 2011 10:42:18 -0500
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Lyn, is this all of the personal information from an entire memoir?

Dora

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From: "Lyn" <>
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Sent: Saturday, June 11, 2011 12:15 AM
Subject: [NIR-ANTRIM] Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland -
Downpatrickextract PT1


>
> This is some of the information you can get from ordnance Survey Memoirs
>
> Insurance - National Insurance Company, William ROWAN, agent.
>
> James QUAIL, agent to the Westminster Life and British and Irish Fire.
>
> Agents and Proprietors -
> John Butt JOHNSTON Esquire, Downpatrick, agent to Mr MAXWELL of
> Finnebrogue;
>
> Captain GORDON, Downpatrick, agent to Colonel FORDE and Lady; Mr MILLER,
> agent to the Down Estate.
> Agent on Lord Bangor's estate Mr BLACKER, he is also agent to Lord GOSFORD
> at Markethill.
> Agent for Major BEAUCLERK on the Ardglass Estate Captain SAUNDERS,
> Ardglass.
>
> Linen Factory - Looms employed by Mr PILSON are about 600, at Saintfield
> 180. At Bridge Street 58 women and children employed, men 13 preparing
> linen
> yarn. Linen weavers reside within 5 miles of Down.
>
> Churches - oldest inscriptions in the different churchyards - Church
> Graveyard: Henry GARDNER of Newry, 1689 Cathedral Churchyard: [blank}
> HAMILTON, an officer in the army, 1688 First Presbyterian meeting house:
> David WYLE, 1760 Second Presbyterian meeting house: Robert Thompson YOUNG,
> 1828 Saul Graveyard: John REA, 1747, one stone 1733, the other writing
> defaced.
>
> Election - number polled for the last contested borough of Down: RUTHVEN
> 223, Lord DUNGLASS 162.
>
> Lots of other statistical information regarding fairs, tolls, lighting,
> police and shipping if anyone is interested but no other personal names
>
>
> Lyn
> In Oz.
>
>
>
>
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