The 1641 Depositions in relation to County Louth

The 1641 Depositions in relation to County Louth

The recording of this lecture is now available at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24o4gNU3myQ

Dr Annaleigh Margey will present our first lecture of the year, in which she will discuss the 1641 Depositions in relation to Co. Louth.

Following the outbreak of the 1641 Rebellion, reports began to reach England of alleged crimes and atrocities being committed against mainly Protestant settlers in Ireland. On foot of these reports the authorities established the Commission for the Despoiled Subject in December 1641 to collect witness testimonies from across Ireland regarding what had happened during the rebellion.

Annaleigh is the Head of the Department of Humanities at DkIT.  Her research focuses on early modern Ireland, specifically on plantation, cartography and the 1641 rebellion. Her published work includes The 1641 Depositions and the Irish Rebellion (2012) which she co-edited. She also contributed a chapter titled The 1641 Rebellion in County Louth for the recently launched Louth: History and Society.

The lecture will be held online via Zoom on Thursday 21 March 2024 at 8.00p.m. The Zoom link will be emailed to members and posted on this page the day before the lecture.

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March 21, 2024

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