2 edition of Louth county guide and directory, including the town and county of the town of Drogheda found in the catalog.
Louth county guide and directory, including the town and county of the town of Drogheda
George Henry Bassett
|Statement||by George Henry Bassett.|
|Contributions||County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||418|
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Get this from a library. Louth County guide and directory, including the town and county of the town of Drogheda: a book for manufacturers, merchants, traders, land-owners, farmers, tourists, anglers, and sportsmen generally.
[George Henry Bassett; County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society.]. Louth County guide and directory, including the town and county of the town of Drogheda: a book for manufacturers, merchants, traders, land-owners, farmers, tourists, anglers, and.
Drogheda (/ ˈ d r ɒ h ə d ə, ˈ d r ɔː Louth county guide and directory ə / DRAW-həd-ah; Irish: Droichead Átha [ˈd̪ˠɾˠɛhəd̪ˠ ˈaːhə], meaning "bridge at the ford") is one of the oldest towns in is located on the Dublin–Belfast corridor on the east coast of Ireland, mostly in County Including the town and county of the town of Drogheda book but with the south fringes of the town in County Meath, 49 km or 30 miles north of y: Ireland.
Drogheda straddles the mouth of the Boyne and is the southernmost town in County Louth. Part of Drogheda was once in County Meath. Long known as a bottleneck on the road from Dublin to Belfast, it is now bypassed via the Boyne bridge and the M1, a connection locals might wish to have existed in Cromwell's : Bernd Biege.
Louth County Guide and Directory including the town and county of the town of Drogheda. Bassett’s Louth. Louth County Guide and Directory including the town and county of the town of Drogheda.
Ulster Historical Foundation Bradley Thallon House, Unit 44D, Kiltonga Estate, Belfast Road, Newtownards, BT23 4TJ. Latest Databases. County Louth is named after the village of Louth, which in turn is named after Lugh, a god of the ancient ically, the placename has had various spellings; "Lugmad", "Lughmhaigh", and "Lughmhadh" (see Historic Names List, for full listing).
Lú is the modern simplified spelling. The county is steeped in myth, legend and history, and is a setting in the Táin Bó y: Ireland. Bassett’s County Louth is both a directory and a guide to the entire county in It is one of the most important sources published for late nineteenth century Louth, recording details such as addresses and occupations for over 7, people in the county.
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Millennium Centre. Dundalk. A91 KFW6. [email protected] [email protected] The county town of Louth, Dundalk has ab inhabitants. The origins of the town can be viewed to the west of the town itself – a large motte and bailey built in the later 12th century by the Anglo Norman de Vernon.
This site has an early Christian souterrain, which was probably intended for refuge. Bassett’s County Louth is both a directory and a guide to the entire county in It is one of the most important sources published for late nineteenth century Louth, recording details such as addresses and occupations for over 7, people in the county.
It contains pages of detailed information as well as an excellent full color map. SAVE. See Tripadvisor's Drogheda, County Louth hotel deals and special prices on 30+ hotels all in one spot. Find the perfect hotel within your budget with reviews from real travelers.
including the town and county of the town of Drogheda book Louth, county, in the province of Leinster, northeastern Ireland. The smallest county in area in Ireland, it is bounded by Northern Ireland (north), the Irish Sea (east), County Meath (south and west), and County Monaghan (northwest).
Dundalk. Louth county guide and directory are a limited number of free copies available in Louth County Archives Service. A copy is also available in the County Library. The book is intended to make researchers aware of the existence and range of local authority archives, and to encourage them to exploit these primary sources fully in their research.
Louth Headstone Photos: Including Drogheda and Melifont Abbey. View: Droheda Landowners, Co. Louth, s: CENSUS SUBSTITUTES: Town of County: DROGHEDA County Town of: Alphabetical List of Landowners in 's - Names & Addresses Only -All.
View: Catholic Church of Dundalk Baptisms, McGuinness. S mall, but perfectly formed. That's Louth in a nutshell. Despite its size, this corner of the island is home to some of the Boyne Valley's greatest historical treasures, intriguing legends and to a surprising stretch of coastline, including the cool towns of Dundalk and Drogheda.
The historic town of Drogheda sits on the banks of the River Boyne to the south in County Louth. Settlers from prehistoric, Celtic, Viking and Norman eras have all shaped the township we see today.
The first corporation of Drogheda was formed by the Normans in The main towns of the county are Dundalk an industrial hub and the historic town of Drogheda on the banks of the river Boyne.
Drogheda's tragic place in Irish history was sealed in when Cromwell besieged the city before massacring it 3, inhabitants. Louth County Archives Service was founded in as a result of the passing of the Local Government Act, It is a repository for the public and private archives of County Louth.
This means it holds and seeks the acquisition of archives of Louth Local Authorities and their predecessor bodies. Book your tickets online for the top things to do in Drogheda, Ireland on Tripadvisor: See 2, traveler reviews and photos of Drogheda tourist attractions. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in May.
We have reviews of the best places to see in. Drogheda Business Directory. Accountants, Bookkeepers & Auditors (46) Advertising, Printing & Promotional Products (31) Agriculture (25) Architects & Design (6) Arts and Crafts (3) Banking, Finance & Insurance (22) Barbers (6) Bed and Breakfasts (15) Boiler Service & Repairs (3) Building Contractors (37) Building, Land & Quantity Surveyors.
A brief history of Drogheda. Located at the mouth of the River Boyne, Drogheda’s name derives from the Irish ‘Droichead Átha’, meaning bridge of the ford.
The Anglo-Normans founded Drogheda originally as two separate towns on either side of the river in the late 12th century. Drogheda in Meath was founded by Hugh De Lacy. Louth doesn’t really get the attention it deserves – most people simply pass through along the motorway between Dublin and Belfast, others might head to Drogheda, one of the county's two biggest towns, for an out-of-town birthday or a stag or hen do at one of the city's many questionable nightclubs.
Pubs - in Drogheda with phone, web, address, opening hours, services, reviews and more on Disclaimer Notice: Every effort has been made by Irelands Directory to ensure that the contents of this directory are accurate.
Despite this effort, Ireland's Directory cannot, and does not, assume liability for errors or omissions in this publication.
If it appears that any information needs to be updated or deleted, please email us. Only 48km north of Dublin, Drogheda is a historic fortified town straddling the River Boyne.
Stately old buildings, a handsome cathedral and a riveting museum provide plenty of cultural interest, while atmospheric pubs, fine restaurants, numerous sleeping options and good transport links make it a handy base for exploring the region.
The Battle of the Boyne was fought across the river a few miles west of town, with William's forces on the north bank and James' to the south. The visitor centre is south bank near Slane in County Meath. Mellifont Abbey is a ruined Cistercian abbey at Tullyallen 10 km northwest of Drogheda.
It's open June-Aug daily. Drogheda, County Louth Drogheda is a port town and commercial center of 'County Louth' on eastern coastline of Ireland, at the distance of 32 km from Dublin international airport. Including environs and suburb, the town is 3rd largest (excluding the conurbations) in country, with the populace of nea individuals.
Louth County guide and directory, including the town and county of the town of Drogheda: A book for manufacturers, merchants, traders, land-owners, farmers, tourists, anglers, and sportsmen generally Jan 1, Drogheda Town FC, Drogheda, Ireland. 4, likes 74 talking about this 19 were here.
Address for Clubhouse is Marian Park, Drogheda, Co. Louth A92EY49 St. 5/5. Map of Drogheda Drogheda Photos Website and Business Directory for Drogheda, County Louth.
Browsers can use this page as a Drogheda Directory offering a comprehensive listing of businesses in Drogheda sorted by business type. Add this page to your favourites for future access to the details of every business in Drogheda and surrounding areas. Peculiarly, the County Louth port town of Drogheda was originally two separate towns - but you are unlikely to find yourself in two minds about whether you like this enticing coastal hideaway.
The two separate towns were Drogheda-in-Meath and Drogheda-in-Oriel, but they were united in to form a County Corporate. At the point where the Boyne first touches Louth it receives the Mattock, which, rising in this county, separates Louth from Meath for nearly the whole of its course, down to its mouth.
TOWNS.—Drogheda (12,), built on both sides of the Boyne, 4 miles from its mouth, is an interesting town, containing many remains of its old fortifications. Listings (out of 12) for Drogheda, Louth bungalow for sale. Find Drogheda, Louth residential property for sale including houses for sale in Drogheda, Louth, apartments for sale in Drogheda, Louth, new homes and sites with MyHome Property listings.
Drogheda Park (Irish: Páirc Dhroichead Átha) is a Gaelic Athletic Association stadium in Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland. It is the home of the Louth's Gaelic football team. The ground has a capacity of about 3, It is by far the smallest county GAA stadium in Ireland.
O'Raghaillaigh's GAA also use the county grounds for club games.4/5. LOUTH COUNTY. Though in area, including the County of the town of Drogheda, onlystatute acres, and the smallest county in Ireland, Louth deserves to rank among the most prosperous.
The Eastern boundary is the Irish Sea, which gives to its commerce three outlets of considerable importance: Drogheda, Dundalk, and Greenore.
In the current club was formed from the amalgamation of Drogheda Celtic and West End forming Drogheda Town FC. DTFC Kindergarten, (40 children from ages every week) U8’s – U15’s have 12 Juvenile Teams in the Drogheda Children's Soccer league (DCSL), (some age groups have more than one team participating).
Get directions, maps, and traffic for Drogheda. Check flight prices and hotel availability for your visit. Drogheda - Co. Louth - Ireland. from Copter View Aerial Productions Plus. 4 years ago. Only 48km north of Dublin, Drogheda is a historic fortified town straddling the River Boyne.
A clutch of fine old buildings, a handsome cathedral and a riveting museum provide plenty of cultural interest, while its atmospheric pubs, fine restaurants. The company was established in and had been publishing directories of the town, surrounding areas and county of Louth since Information to be found in the directory includes a full directory of businesses and establishments in Ardee, Ballybay, Blackrock, Carlingford, Carrickmacross, Castlebellingham, Collon, Castleblayney, Drogheda.
Drogheda Museum Millmount, County Louth: See 85 reviews, pdf, and 49 photos of Drogheda Museum Millmount, ranked No on Tripadvisor among 98 attractions in County Louth TripAdvisor reviews.This page features civil Birth Records for the district of Drogheda in Co.
Louth and includes full names (where possible), the year of birth, and the quarter in which the birth occurred. A searchable index of all available birth records is available here.Listings (out of ) for Drogheda, Louth ebook for sale. Find Drogheda, Louth residential property for sale including houses for sale in Drogheda, Louth, apartments for sale in Drogheda, Louth, new homes and sites with MyHome Property listings.