Household names within the Glens of Antrim

Coming in late spring 2021

 

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Household names within the Glens of Antrim, a brand new e-book from Ulster Historic Basis explores the historic and social significance of the household names of a particular area within the north-east of Eire – the Glens of Antrim.

The world has each a robust native identification and a big relationship with south-west Argyll in Scotland.

Drawing on a few years of analysis, the writer describes and explains the evolution of the historic panorama by means of an examination of the names of its folks. Fantastically and richly illustrated, the e-book consists of quite a few surname distribution maps in addition to pictures and different illustrative materials.

Household names within the Glens of Antrim is certain to be an exquisite extra to any household historian’s analysis library and can assist join descendants from the Antrim Glens to the land of their forebears.

SUBSCRIPTION OFFER – ENDS 30 APRIL 2021

Prospects who pre-order this title earlier than 30 April 2021, could have their names printed in a particular listing within the e-book and be the primary to have their copies dispatched on the day of publication.

For extra data, go to: www.ancestryireland.com/glens-subscription/

Different Guides to assist with Irish Household Historical past Analysis

In latest months the Basis has added to the vary of helpful analysis guides and publications of curiosity to household historians, they embody:

Researching Presbyterian Ancestors in Eire (https://www.booksireland.org.uk/retailer/all-departments/presbyterian-ancestors)

The E-book of Ulster Surnames (https://www.booksireland.org.uk/retailer/all-departments/ulster-surnames)

Place names in Ulster (https://www.booksireland.org.uk/retailer/all-departments/place-names-in-ulster)

Colonial Ulster: The Settlement of East Ulster 1600–1641 https://www.booksireland.org.uk/retailer/all-departments/colonial-ulster

The Clergy of Down and Connor, 1400–1900

https://www.booksireland.org.uk/retailer/all-departments/clergy-down-connor

And never forgetting, Dr William Roulston’s peerless information to early Ulster analysis:

Researching Scots-Irish Ancestors: The Important Genealogical Information to Early Fashionable Ulster, 1600–1800 (https://www.booksireland.org.uk/retailer/all-departments/researching-scots-irish-ancestors-second-edition)

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