A

Abbeys:

The Abbey of SS. Peter and Paul. Knock. IV, 1, (1916), 62-9, Illustrated

A Forgotten Abbey of St. Mary’s, Drogheda. XIII, 2, (1954), 190-9

A Medieval Foundation in the Borough of Drogheda in Oirghialla. XIV, 3, (1959), 154-9

Mellifont Abbey. XI, 1, (1945), 28-33, Illustrated

New Light on St. Mary’s “Abbey”, Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 39-42, Illustrated

St. Mary’s Abbey, Louth. IV, 2, (1917), 169-89

Account Books:

The Account Books of James McCullen, Builder, 1817-1877. XXIII, 1, (1993), 115-26, Illustrated

See also Farm Account Books

Aclint:

Wooden Water-pipes. XIV, 2, (1958), 117, Illustrated

Addresses:

Address by President Mary Robinson at the Famine Meal, 12 September 1995. XXIII, 3, (1995), 291-3

Address from the Dundalk Urban District Council to the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. II, 1, (1908), 90

Address of the County Louth Archaeological Society to the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. II, 1, (1908), 91-2

Address of Welcome to the President. XXIII, 3, (1995), 293-4

Aerial Photography:

Newly Discovered Cropmark Sites near Port, County Louth. XXI, 3, (1987), 290-3, Illustrated

The Reconstruction of Proto-historic Landscapes using Aerial Photographs: Case Studies in County Louth. XX, 3, (1983), 215-36, Illustrated

Aghaboys:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Aghaboys. XVII, 3, (1971), 170-4, Illustrated

Aghnaskeagh

See Excavations; Megaliths

Agricultural Labourers

See Landless, The

Agricultural Survey:

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 2, (1974), 121-31

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 3, (1975), 187-94

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 4, (1976), 304-9

Almanacs:

Extracts from the Gentleman’s and Citizen’s Almanac for the year 1796 in connection with Co. Louth. VIII, 1, (1933), 50-1

Anaglog:

Historical Notes on Paughanstown, Roestown and Hacklim. XII, 3, (1951), 140, 143

Historical Notes on Rathlust, Anaglog and Hunterstown. XI, 2, (1946), 111-42

Historical Notes on the Townlands of Drakestown and Kilpatrick. XII, 1, (1949), 36,40-61

Kildemock Miscellanea. XIII, 4, (1956), 414

Supplementary Notes on Anaglog, Drakestown, Kilpatrick, Paughanstown, Roestown and Hacklim. XIII, 1, (1953), 79

Townland Survey of County Louth: Anaglog. XI, 2, (1946), 100-5, Illustrated

Townland Survey of County Louth: Anaglog supplement. XII, 4, (1952), 263-4

Analecta Hibernica:

Analecta Hibernica. IX, 1, (1937), 46-52

Anaverna

See Hay-rope Pack-saddle

Ancient Monuments Advisory Committee (N.I.):

The Ancient Monuments Advisory Committee of Northern Ireland. VI, 3, (1927), 146

Anglesey Estate:

The Anglesey Estate in Louth, Down and Galway 1810-1856. XII, 2, (1950), 136-54

Tenants of Omeath, 1765. XVIII, 1, (1973), 43-5

Annagassan:

Recent Finds in Co. Louth. VI, 4, (1928), 253-4

A Wooden Bucket from County Louth. XIII, 4, (1956), 395-8, Illustrated

See also Coins; Sailing Vessels

Annies:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Annies. XVII, 1, (1969), 40-4, Illustrated

Townland Survey of County Louth: Annies supplement. XVII, 3, (1971), 176

Anthologia Hibernica:

The Anthologia Hibernica (extracts from). V, 4, (1924), 254-7

Military Movements in 1793. VII, 3, (1931), 432-3

Antiquities, Collections of:

Ancient Stone Implements. I, 4, (1907), f.p. 22, Illustrated

Antiquities in the possession of Mr. Joseph Dolan, Ardee. I, 3, (1906), 94

Catalogue of the Collection of Antiquities of the County Louth Archaeological Society 1961. XIV, 4, (1960), 214-31

Collection of Antiquities belonging to Mr. Henry Morris. I, 3, (1906), 93-4

County Armagh Objects in the British Museum in ‘Varia’. VII, 1, (1929), 100

County Louth Objects in the British Museum in ‘Varia’. VII, 1, (1929), 101, Illustrated

List of Irish Antiquities belonging to Sir Henry Bellingham, Bart., at Bellingham Castle. I, 4, (1907), 104

Mr. Owen Smith’s Antiquities in ‘Notes and Queries’. I, 2, (1905), 93

Mr. Redmond MacGrath’s collection of Antiquities. I, 1, (1904), 63-4

Mr. Redmond MacGrath’s second list of Antiquities. I, 4, (1907), 105-7

The Society’s Collection (of Antiquities). XIV, 4, (1960), 211-13

Arbitration:

An Arbitration Award regarding Intermixed Lands in the Parish of Dysart, dated 1671. XXIII, 4, (1996), 405-12, Illustrated

Archaeological Deposits:

An Archaeological Deposit in Park St., Dundalk. XIX, 2, (1978), 140-2, Illustrated

Archdeacons:

The Archdeacons of Armagh. XIX, 3, (1979), 218-26

Ardagh Chalice

See Lectures

Ardee:

Ardee and its Market Square: 1790-1870. XXII, 1, (1989), 54-66, Illustrated

Ardee Corporation. II, 2, (1909), 193-7

Ardee Corporation Reports. V, 1, (1921), 69

The Ardee Cross. XX, 3, (1983), 210-14, Illustrated

Ardee Dispensary Minute Book, 1813-1851. XVI, 1, (1965), 5-27

Ardee in the Middle Ages. XI, 2, (1946), 77-89

Ardee Manor in A.D. 1336. XIV, 3, (1959), 160-4

Ardee: an Archaeological Study. XX, 4, (1984), 267-96, Illustrated

The Carmelites in Ardee. XX, 3, (1983), 180-9

The Chantry College, Ardee. XXII, 1, (1989), 16-19, Illustrated

Copy of Bye-laws of the Corporation of “Atherdee”. XV, 3, (1963), 262-7

Corp Chre in ‘Varia’. XIII, 3, (1955), 288

The Dawsons of Ardee. VIII, 1, (1933), 22-33

Extract of a Letter from an Officer at Minorca to a Gentleman at Ardee in ‘Notes and Varia’. X, 4, (1944), 350

The Family of Hatch of Ardee. XVI, 4, (1968), 205-23

The Ford of Ferdiad. V, 4, (1924), 262-6, Illustrated

Hatch’s Castle, Ardee, County Louth: a Fortified Town House of the Pale. XXII, 1, (1989), 36-48, Illustrated

A List of Families around Ardee, 1766. X, 1, (1941), 72-6

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 3, (1975), 191-2

The Mills at Ardee. XIX, 4, (1980), 259-63

The Minute Book of the Corporation of Ardee, A.D. 1661 onwards. III, 4, (1915), 357-62

The Minute Book of the Corporation of Ardee, A.D. 1661 onwards. IV, 1, (1916), 35-41

The Moores of Ardee. VII, 4, (1932), 472-84, Illustrated

More on the Family of Hatch of Ardee. XVII, 1, (1969), 19-21

The Murder of Richard Dawson. XV, 3, (1963), 249-54, Illustrated

Note (on Corp Chre) in ‘Varia’. XIII, 3, (1955), 288

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ardee. X, 3, (1943), 200-3, Illustrated

Potters of Ardee. XVIII, 2, (1974), 165-9, Illustrated

Records of County Louth. VII, 2, (1930), 278-9, Illustrated

The Ruxtons of Ardee. XXIII, 4, (1996), 387-92, Illustrated

Seventeenth Century Maps of Ardee. VII, 1, (1929), 108-9, Illustrated

The Seventeenth-Century Tokens of County Louth. XXI, 1, (1985), 65-71

See also Battles; Bronze Implements and Vessels; Burials; Butler’s Journal; Castleguard; Chantries; Cromwellian Settlement; Education; Finds; Houses; Hussey, Father James; Manuscripts; Ordnance Survey; Parkinsons; Proceedings of the Society; Rebellion, 17

Ardee, Bog of:

Corp Chre in ‘Varia’. XIII, 3, (1955), 288

The Great Bog of Ardee. XXIII, 1, (1993), 7-95, Illustrated

Note (on Corp Chre) in ‘Varia’. XIII, 3, (1955), 288

See also Finds; Houses

Ardpatrick:

Church at Ardpatrick, Co. Louth. VIII, 1, (1933), 98-9, Illustrated

Armagh, Diocese of:

The Antiphonary of Armagh. XI, 1, (1945), 1-12

Armagh, Cloghar and Louth. III, 4, (1915), 323-9

Armagh, Cloghar and Louth. IV, 1, (1916), 8-13

Blessed Oliver Plunkett’s Report on the Diocese of Armagh. XIV, 1, (1957), 26-34

A Comment on Father Aubrey Gwynn’s “The Medieval Province of Armagh”. XII, 4, (1952), 243-50

List of Documents transferred from Armagh Diocesan Registry to the Public Record Office, Dublin. III, 4, (1915), 347-56

Louth, Armagh and Cloghar. IV, 4, (1919-20), 324-9

An Old Armagh See Rental. XV, 3, (1963), 268-72

Sliabh Larga and Cuaille Ciannachta  in the Synod of Rath Breasail. XI, 1, (1945), 37-40

See also Archdeacons; Fleming, Archbishop Nicholas; Kieran, Most Revd Michael; MacDomhnaill, Ragnall Dall; Rent Rolls

Arms:

The Arms and Seal of Dundalk. II, 2, (1909), 205-6, Illustrated

Athclare Castle in ‘Miscellanea’. XI, 4, (1948), 314, Illustrated

Bachelors’ Lane Carved Stone, Drogheda in ‘Varia’. XII, 1, (1949), 95

Carved Stone at Rogerstown, Clonkeen in ‘Varia’. XI, 1, (1945), 63

The Grant of Arms to the Louth County Council. XIX, 2, (1978), 95-7, Illustrated

An Historic Coat of Arms. XII, 1, (1949), 82-4, Illustrated

Stone with Arms of Fleming at Lagan in ‘Varia’. XI, 1, (1945), 63

Two Armorial Stones from Drogheda. XI, 4, (1948), 252-3, Illustrated

See also Townleys

Ash (manor of)

See Louth (manor)

Assizes:

Dundalk Assizes, 1793. VII, 3, (1931), 434

Historical Notes on Rathlust, Anaglog and Hunterstown. XI, 2, (1946), 120

Records of County Louth Assizes. VI, 2, (1926), 101-2

Astons

See Chamberlains

Ath Da Ferta:

Ath Da Ferta. VI, 2, (1926), 61-76, Illustrated

Ath-na-Carpat:

Ath-na-Carpat. I, 2, (1905), 33-5, Illustrated

Athclare

See Arms; Castles; Townleys

B

Ballad Sheets:

Some Local Ballad Sheets. I, 4, (1907), 64

Ballinfuil:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Ballinfuil. VII, 2, (1930), 179-82, Illustrated

See also Burials

Ballinlough:

Ballinlough in ‘Notes and Queries’. II, 1, (1908), 89

Ballinloughan:

The Destroyed Rock-art Site at Ballinloughan, County Louth. XXI, 1, (1985), 72-7, Illustrated

Prehistoric Rock Inscriptions near Dundalk, County Louth. XX, 2, (1982), 111, Illustrated

Ballinurd:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Ballinurd. VIII, 1, (1933), 34-6, Illustrated

Ballug:

A Surveyor’s Report on some Townlands of County Louth, c. 1700. XVII, 3, (1971), 152

Ballybarrack:

Blessed Oliver Plunkett Church at Ballybarrack. IV, 4, (1919-20), 387, Illustrated

Old Churches in County Louth: Baronies of Lower and Upper Dundalk. X, 1, (1941), 14

A Surveyor’s Report on some Townlands of County Louth, c. 1700. XVII, 3, (1971), 151-2

See also Ordnance Survey; Souterrains

Ballyboys:

Old Churches in County Louth: Baronies of Lower and Upper Dundalk. X, 1, (1941), 7

Ballymakellett:

Horned Cairns of North Louth. X, 1, (1941), 60

Ballymakenny:

The 1766 Religious Census for some County Louth Parishes. XIV, 2, (1958), 104

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ferrard. X, 4, (1944), 277

See also Ordnance Survey

Ballymascanlan:

The Emergence of the National System of Education in north County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 14-17

The Lordship of Ballymascanlan. XVII, 2, (1970), 79-83, Illustrated

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 2, (1974), 127-8

Old Churches in County Louth: Baronies of Lower and Upper Dundalk. X, 1, (1941), 7

Tombstone Inscriptions in Ballymascanlon Churchyard. XVII, 4, (1972), 215-27

See also Cistercians; Inscriptions; Ordnance Survey; Souterrains

Ballynahattin

See Louthiana

Balregan:

Old Times in Dundalk and its Neighbourhood. III, 2, (1913), 181-88

Balriggan:

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern. I, 4, (1907), 60-1, Illustrated

Balrobin:

Note on a Gallaun, or Pillar-Stone. I, 4, (1907), 110

Old Churches in County Louth: Baronies of Lower and Upper Dundalk. X, 1, (1941), 14

Pillar Stone at Belrobin, Barronstown in ‘Notes and Queries’. III, 1, (1912), 109, Illustrated

Townland Survey of County Louth: Balrobin. VIII, 1, (1933), 36-7, Illustrated

Barabona:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Barabona. XI, 1, (1945), 54, Illustrated

Barmeath:

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ferrard. X, 4, (1944), 283-5, Illustrated

Barnavave:

Barnavave in ‘Notes and Queries’. I, 2, (1905), 92-3

Barne’s Vave in ‘Notes and Queries’. I, 2, (1905), 92

Barne’s Vave in ‘Notes and Queries’. I, 3, (1906), 95

Barnesvave and Barr Neava. IV, 4, (1919-20), 290-1

Barnaveddoge

See Ogham Inscriptions

Barronstown:

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 2, (1974), 125-6

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 3, (1975), 187

Old Churches in County Louth: Baronies of Lower and Upper Dundalk. X, 1, (1941), 14

Townland Survey of County Louth: Barronstown. VII, 2, (1930), 177-9, Illustrated

See also Ordnance Survey

Barrows

See Ath Da Ferta

Barton, James:

Iron Rails and Harbour Walls: James Barton of Farndreg. XXII, 2, (1990), 134-49, Illustrated

Battles:

Before Kinsale – and After. III, 4, (1915), 330-8

A Projected History of County Louth. IV, 4, (1919-20), 350-1

Seven Battles: Irish, Danes and Anglo-Normans. III, 3, (1914), 259-60

See also Braganstown Massacre; Bruce, Edward; Duleek; Moyry Pass

Bawntaaffe:

Tombstone Inscriptions in Rathdrumin and Bawntaaffe. XIX, 1, (1977), 76

See also Souterrains

Beaufort, Daniel Augustus:

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 2, (1974), 121

Beaulieu:

The 1766 Religious Census for some County Louth Parishes. XIV, 2, (1958), 104

Gravestone Inscriptions in Beaulieu. XX, 1, (1981), 57-60

Notes on Beaulieu. IV, 1, (1916), 103

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ferrard. X, 4, (1944), 277, Illustrated

Townland Survey of County Louth: Beaulieu. XIX, 4, (1980), 274-84, Illustrated

Townland Survey of County Louth: Beaulieu supplement. XXII, 4, (1992), 412-16, Illustrated

See also Ordnance Survey

Bee Boles:

Bee Boles at Cartanstown, County Louth. XXIV, 1, (1997), 135-8, Illustrated

Beehive Huts:

Early Irish Stone Building. XII, 1, (1949), 11-12

See also Monasteries

Bell, John:

John Bell in ‘Notes and Queries’. I, 1, (1904), 51

Bellews:

Bellew Inscription in ‘Notes and Queries’. I, 1, (1904), 51

Bellew Inscriptions. III, 1, (1912), 104-7, Illustrated

Bellew Inscriptions in ‘Notes and Queries’. I, 4, (1907), 109

Bellew’s Bridge. I, 1, (1904), 22

Bellew’s Bridge. I, 2, (1905), 23-4, Illustrated

Bellew-Nugent 1588 Cenotaph in St. Nicholas’ Churchyard, Dundalk in ‘Notes and Queries’. III, 2, (1913), 195, Illustrated

The Bellew-Nugent Tomb in Dundalk. XII, 4, (1952), 279-80, Illustrated

Castletown and Roche. VI, 1, (1925), 1-2, Illustrated

County Louth Records. VIII, 4, (1936), 359

Family Papers. I, 4, (1907), 65-70

John Bellew of Willistown, 1606-1679. VI, 4, (1928), 229-37

Some Notes on the Family of Bellew of Thomastown, Co. Louth. V, 3, (1923), 193-7

See also Castles

Bellinghams:

Our Late President (Sir Henry Bellingham). V, 1, (1921), 1-2, Illustrated

See also Diaries

Bellurgan

See Souterrains

Beltichburne

See Stone Implements

Bibliography:

Bibliography of the Counties of Louth, Meath, Westmeath and Longford. II, 1, (1908), 24-6

The Historical Writings of Diarmuid MacIomhair. XX, 3, (1983), 175-9

Bigger, Francis Joseph:

The Late Francis Joseph Bigger. VI, 2, (1926), 103-5

Black Rent:

MacMahon’s “Black Rent” from County Louth. VII, 2, (1930), 294

Blackrock:

A Report on further Surface Finds from County Louth. XVIII, 3, (1975), 201, Illustrated

A Report on Surface Finds from County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 57

See also Bronze Implements and Vessels

Blake Papers:

Family Papers. I, 4, (1907), 70-2

Blakestown:

Historical Notes on Millockstown and Blakestown. XIII, 1, (1953), 75-9, 81-123, Illustrated

Kildemock Miscellanea. XIII, 4, (1956), 432-40

Townland Survey of County Louth: Blakestown. XII, 4, (1952), 264-72, Illustrated

Bonnivert, Gideon

See Diaries

Borough Records:

Old Borough Records. I, 1, (1904), 62

Boswell, Henry

See Louthiana

Boyne Coracle:

The Boyne Curach or Coracle. VI, 4, (1928), 261-2, Illustrated

Braganstown Massacre:

The Battle of Balybregan or Braganstown, Co. Louth, 1328-29. II, 4, (1911), 387-8

The Braganstown Massacre, 1329. XIX, 1, (1977), 5-16

Bridge-a-Fein:

Bridge-a-Fein in ‘Notes and Queries’. I, 3, (1906), 95

Broadlough

See Souterrains

Bronze Age:

A second Early Bronze Age Burial at Tankardsrock, Co Louth and the Early Bronze Age Landscape of North Co Louth. XXI, 3, (1987), 279-86, Illustrated

Some Features of Bronze Swords. IV, 4, (1919-20), 320-3, Illustrated

See also Cemeteries; Dun Dealgan Fund and Museum; Lectures; Pottery; Rock Art

Bronze Implements and Vessels:

The Blackrock Brooch. VII, 4, (1932), 530-1, Illustrated

Bronze Cauldrons in ‘Notes’. VI, 3, (1927), 164, Illustrated

Bronze Lancehead from Ratheddy. VII, 4, (1932), 485-7, Illustrated

Bronze Pin found near Ardee in ‘Notes and Miscellanea’. X, 2, (1942), 156

Bronze Pin from near Ardee. X, 1, (1941), 54

Bronze Ring-Pin. III, 1, (1912), 67, Illustrated

Bronze Spearhead and Bridle-pendant in ‘Varia’. VII, 2, (1930), 289, Illustrated

Cast Bronze Pot, recently found in Dundalk. I, 4, (1907), 53-6, Illustrated

The Dorsey Entrenchment: Some Corrigenda and Further Notes. VII, 3, (1931), 411, Illustrated

The Frankford (Birr) Hoard reconsidered. XVI, 2, (1966), 85-90, Illustrated

Some New County Louth Finds. X, 1, (1941), 55-7, Illustrated

Brownlows

See Chamberlains

Bruce, Edward:

The Bruce Invasion and County Louth, 1315-18. XXII, 1, (1989), 7-15

The Coronation of Edward Bruce. IV, 4, (1919-20), 367-9

How was Edward Bruce killed?. II, 4, (1911), 415-16

An Irish Account of Bruce’s Invasion. I, 2, (1905), 77-91

Righeadh Eadbhuird Brús. XVII, 1, (1969), 1-9

The Stone of Decapitation, Faughart in ‘Notes and Queries’. III, 1, (1912), 109

Brugh-na-Boinne

See Newgrange, Co Meath

Bryson, Samuel:

Samuel Bryson – a Belfast Gaelic Scholar. V, 1, (1921), 61-2

Bullauns:

Some Antiquities of Urney Graveyard, Co. Louth. XV, 4, (1964), 349, Illustrated

Burials:

Ballinfuil in ‘Miscellanea’. XIX, 3, (1979), 249

A Burial at Dromiskin, Co. Louth. X, 2, (1942), 133-7, Illustrated

Burial at Rossmakay, Co. Louth. XIV, 1, (1957), 38-9, Illustrated

Burial near the Magdalene Tower, Drogheda in ‘Varia’. XIV, 3, (1959), 191

Burial Place, Mullanstown, Ardee in ‘Notes and Queries’. II, 2, (1909), 204-5, Illustrated

Burials at Stephenstown. XVII, 2, (1970), 78, Illustrated

Early Silver Ear Ring found at Rossnaree in ‘Notes and Miscellanea’. X, 2, (1942), 157

Graves Discovered at Dundalk in 1881. XII, 4, (1952), 251-2

More Stone-Lined Graves at St. Leonard’s, Dundalk in ‘Miscellanea’. XI, 4, (1948), 315

Old Graves found at St. Leonard’s, Dundalk in ‘Notes and Queries’. II, 4, (1911), 441, Illustrated

Slab-lined Graves in ‘Varia’. VIII, 1, (1933), 100

St. Leonard’s Friary, Dundalk in ‘Miscellanea’. XII, 4, (1952), 286

Urn Burial at Collon, County Louth. XIV, 2, (1958), 91-2, Illustrated

Urn Burial at Smarmore, County Louth. XII, 1, (1949), 10, Illustrated

See also Bronze Age; Loughcrew, County Meath

Burns, Robert:

Burns’ Associations with County Louth. XXIII, 3, (1995), 340-3

Butler’s Journal:

Butler’s Journal in ‘Varia’. V, 3, (1923), 227

Extracts from Isaac Butler’s Journal. V, 2, (1922), 93-108, Illustrated

Byrne, Patrick:

Patrick Byrne, the Blind Harper of County Louth. V, 1, (1921), 25-7, Illustrated

Byrnes:

The Byrnes of County Louth. II, 1, (1908), 45-9, Illustrated

C

Callan, Bartholomew:

Dundealgain in the Eighteenth Century. III, 2, (1913), 154-5

Callan, Philip:

Philip Callan: the Rise and Fall of an Irish Nationalist MP, 1868-1885. XXII, 4, (1992), 395-411

Callystown:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Callystown. VII, 2, (1930), 182-6, Illustrated

Campbell, Bishop Andrew:

Andrew Campbell, Bishop of Kilmore, 1753-1769. XVIII, 4, (1976), 296-7

Andrew Campbell, Bishop of Kilmore, 1753-1769: Student Days in Spain. XVIII, 4, (1976), 298-303, Illustrated

Candle-holders:

Weavers’ Iron Candle-Holders. III, 1, (1912), 66-7, Illustrated

Cappoge:

Gravestone Inscriptions in Dysart, Cappoge and Drumshallon. XIX, 3, (1979), 246-7

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ardee. X, 3, (1943), 203

See also Cess Payers; Ordnance Survey

Carahers:

Caraher of Cardistown Family Papers. XVI, 3, (1967), 169-90, Illustrated

Cardistown

See Carahers

Carleton, William:

Carleton in Louth. XVII, 2, (1970), 97-106, Illustrated

Carlingford:

The 1766 Religious Census for some County Louth Parishes. XIV, 2, (1958), 104-9

Carlingford Church Tower. IX, 3, (1939), 246-7, Illustrated

A Carlingford Election Petition, 1705. VI, 2, (1926), 77-8

The Dominican Order in Carlingford and Dundalk. XVI, 3, (1967), 143-60

The Emergence of the National System of Education in north County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 11-13

Errata to Carlingford Church Tower in ‘Notes and Queries’. X, 1, (1941), 83

Excavation at Tholsel Street, Carlingford. XXII, 4, (1992), 417-26, Illustrated

Further Notes on the Dominicans of Carlingford. XVI, 4, (1968), 253

The Ghan, Carlingford in ‘Varia’. XII, 1, (1949), 94-5

Hearth Money Rolls, 1663-1664. VI, 4, (1928), 187-9

Hearth Money Rolls: barony of Dundalk. VII, 4, (1932), 513-14

The Marmion Family of Carlingford to 1660. XXIV, 2, (1998), 249-60, Illustrated

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 2, (1974), 126-7

The Mint, Carlingford, Co. Louth. XI, 4, (1948), 305-8, Illustrated

Old Churches in County Louth: Baronies of Lower and Upper Dundalk. X, 1, (1941), 8-12, Illustrated

The Roll of the Sovereigns and Burgesses of Carlingford, 1706-1828. III, 3, (1914), 273-87, Illustrated

Tombstone Inscriptions in Carlingford Churchyard. XIX, 2, (1978), 149-65

Two Carlingford Documents. XVI, 3, (1967), 161-2

See also Butler’s Journal; Kitchen Middens; McGee, Thomas D’Arcy; Ordnance Survey; Rent Rolls; Urban Improvement

Carmelites:

The Carmelites in Ardee. XX, 3, (1983), 180-9

See also Hussey, Father James

Carnanbregagh:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Carnanbregagh. VIII, 4, (1936), 353-4, Illustrated

Carolan, Turlough:

Carolaniana. II, 1, (1908), 62-71, Illustrated

Carrickacreagh:

Five Louth Souterrains. XIX, 3, (1979), 206-8, Illustrated

Carrickallan:

Prehistoric Rock Inscriptions near Dundalk, County Louth. XX, 2, (1982), 111-14, Illustrated

Some Souterrains in the Neighbourhood of “Killylagan”. XV, 1, (1961), 10

Some Souterrains of Louth. I, 1, (1904), 39-40, Illustrated

Carrickalust:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Carrickalust. VII, 3, (1931), 384-5, Illustrated

Carrickasticken, County Armagh:

Some further Louth Souterrains. III, 1, (1912), 24-5, Illustrated

Carrickbaggot:

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ferrard. X, 4, (1944), 278

See also Ordnance Survey

Carricknashanagh:

A Surveyor’s Report on some Townlands of County Louth, c. 1700. XVII, 3, (1971), 154

Carrickrobin:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Carrickrobin. VII, 3, (1931), 382-4, Illustrated

See also Rock Art

Cartanstown

See Bee Boles

Cartown:

Two Fireplace Inscriptions, 1584 and 1612. X, 3, (1943), 219-21, Illustrated

Carved Stones:

Carved Stones, St. Peter’s Church, Drogheda. XIII, 1, (1953), 34, Illustrated

Three Carved Figures in County Louth. XIX, 1, (1977), 67-73, Illustrated

Two Carved Stone Figures at Omeath. XI, 4, (1948), 287, Illustrated

Castlebellingham:

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 3, (1975), 187-8

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ardee. X, 3, (1943), 206

A Report on further Surface Finds from County Louth. XVIII, 3, (1975), 201, Illustrated

A Report on Surface Finds from County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 57, Illustrated

See also Butler’s Journal; Fulachta Fiadh; Ordnance Survey; Petty, John; Tithe Applotments

Castleblayney, County Monaghan:

The Old Name of Castleblayney. I, 4, (1907), 29-33

Castleguard:

Castle Guard, Ardee. I, 1, (1904), 43-5

Castle-Guard, Ardee. I, 2, (1905), 95

Castle-Guard, Ardee. I, 2, (1905), 94

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern. I, 3, (1906), 38-9, Illustrated

Castlering

See Louth (manor); Louthiana

Castles:

Ardee: an Archaeological Study. XX, 4, (1984), 272-8, 288-9, Illustrated

Bellew’s Castle, Castletown-Bellew, or Castletown Castle, Dundalk. X, 3, (1943), 180-95, Illustrated

The Castles and Motes of County Louth. X, 4, (1944), 314-15

Dunmahon Castle. I, 3, (1906), 78-83, Illustrated

Fireplace in Athclare Castle. XI, 3, (1947), 186, Illustrated

Hatch’s Castle, Ardee, County Louth: a Fortified Town House of the Pale. XXII, 1, (1989), 36-48, Illustrated

The late Mr. J.S. Fleming’s Pictures of Co. Louth Castles in ‘Varia’. VII, 3, (1931), 435

The Mint, Carlingford, Co. Louth. XI, 4, (1948), 305-8, Illustrated

O’Neill’s Castle in Dungooly. III, 1, (1912), 19-20, Illustrated

Old Co. Louth Castles in ‘Notes and Queries’. X, 1, (1941), 82

Old Dundalk Names in ‘Notes and Queries’. III, 4, (1915), 396

Two Castles of Drogheda. IX, 3, (1939), 244-5, Illustrated

See also Arms; Balregan; Roche; Termonfeckin

Castletown:

Bellew Inscription in ‘Notes and Queries’. I, 1, (1904), 51

Bellew Inscriptions. III, 1, (1912), 104-7, Illustrated

Dundealgain in the Eighteenth Century. III, 2, (1913), 154-5

Dundealgan and its Pillar-stone – the Lia Lingadan. II, 4, (1911), 389-97

The Emergence of the National System of Education in north County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 25

Hearth Money Rolls: barony of Dundalk. VII, 4, (1932), 507-13

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern. I, 2, (1905), 17-19, Illustrated

Old Churches in County Louth: Baronies of Lower and Upper Dundalk. X, 1, (1941), 12, 14-15, Illustrated

Some further Louth Souterrains. III, 1, (1912), 25-6, Illustrated

Three Carved Figures in County Louth. XIX, 1, (1977), 68-9, Illustrated

Window in Castletown Church, Dundalk. I, 3, (1906), f.p. 56, Illustrated

See also Bellews; Castles; Finds; Maps; Ordnance Survey; Schomberg

Castletowncooley:

Three Souterrains. VIII, 1, (1933), 95-7, Illustrated

Celtic:

Some Phases of “Celtic” Culture. III, 2, (1913), 133-48, Illustrated

Cemeteries:

Aghnaskeagh A, County Louth: the Portal Dolmen and the Cemetery Cairn. XXI, 4, (1988), 394-7, Illustrated

An Ancient Cemetery, Mooretown, Ardee. IV, 1, (1916), 61

The Bronze Age Urn Cemetery of Cnoc na Rátha. VII, 1, (1929), 5-18, Illustrated

The Cemetery-Cairn at Knockast. VIII, 1, (1933), 65-8

Censuses and Census Substitutes:

The 1766 Religious Census for some County Louth Parishes. XIV, 2, (1958), 103-17

An Acct. of the number of Papists and Protestants in the Co. of Louth, 1732. V, 1, (1921), 70-1

Census of Louth County and Drogheda City in 1659-60. I, 2, (1905), 61-73

Census of Tallanstown, 1834. XIV, 1, (1957), 14-25

A Drogheda Census List of 1798. XVII, 2, (1970), 91-6, Illustrated

An Eighteenth Century Corn Census of County Louth. XI, 4, (1948), 254-86

Families at Mosstown and Philipstown in 1852. XVIII, 3, (1975), 232-7

Historical Notes on Rathlust, Anaglog and Hunterstown. XI, 2, (1946), 117-20

The History of the Parish of Creggan in the 17th and 18th Centuries. VIII, 2, (1934), 136-62

A List of Families around Ardee, 1766. X, 1, (1941), 72-6

See also Cess Payers

Cess Payers:

Cess Payers of Dunleer Union of Parishes, 1786-92. IX, 1, (1937), 42-5

Cess Payers of Killincoole Parish, 1833. XXIII, 3, (1995), 375-6

Chamberlains:

The Chamberlains of Nizelrath. XI, 3, (1947), 175-85

A Survey of the lands of Niselrath in Co. Louth in 1667. X, 4, (1944), 318-26

Chancery Pleadings:

A Calendar of Salved Chancery Pleadings concerning County Louth. XVII, 4, (1972), 250-60

A Calendar of Salved Chancery Pleadings concerning County Louth. XVIII, 2, (1974), 112-20

Chanonrock:

Three Souterrains in County Louth. XIII, 4, (1956), 441-4, Illustrated

Chantries:

The Ancient Chantries of Co. Louth. IX, 3, (1939), 181-208, Illustrated

Charlestown:

The 1766 Religious Census for some County Louth Parishes. XIV, 2, (1958), 114-15

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 3, (1975), 190-1

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ardee. X, 3, (1943), 203

A Survey of the Estate of Lord Louth in 1832-1833. XXIII, 2, (1994), 236

Townland Survey of County Louth: Charlestown. XXI, 3, (1987), 311-21, Illustrated

See also Ordnance Survey

Cholera:

Cholera in County Louth, 1832-39. XX, 2, (1982), 117-26

Churches:

Ardee: an Archaeological Study. XX, 4, (1984), 280-6, Illustrated

Blessed Oliver Plunkett Church at Ballybarrack. IV, 4, (1919-20), 387, Illustrated

Carlingford Church Tower. IX, 3, (1939), 246-7, Illustrated

Church at Ardpatrick, Co. Louth. VIII, 1, (1933), 98-9, Illustrated

Church of Killfursa in ‘Notes and Queries’. III, 4, (1915), 396

Church of Killfursa in ‘Notes and Queries’. IV, 1, (1916), 106

The Church of St. Saviour’s, Drogheda. IX, 4, (1940), 346-51, Illustrated

Errata to Carlingford Church Tower in ‘Notes and Queries’. X, 1, (1941), 83

Killeavy Churches. IX, 2, (1938), 77-86, Illustrated

Kilmalloo: a Previously Unrecorded Church Site. XXII, 4, (1992), 427-9, Illustrated

Kilwore, Proleek Townland. X, 4, (1944), 316-17

Note on the Jumping Church. XV, 4, (1964), 356

Old Churches in County Louth: Baronies of Lower and Upper Dundalk. X, 1, (1941), 5-23, Illustrated

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ardee. X, 3, (1943), 200-12, Illustrated

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Drogheda. XI, 1, (1945), 21-7, Illustrated

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ferrard. X, 4, (1944), 277-96, Illustrated

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Louth. X, 2, (1942), 101-7, Illustrated

St. Mochta’a House, in ‘Varia’. XI, 1, (1945), 63

St. Mochta’s House, Louth. I, 2, (1905), f.p. 60, Illustrated

St. Mochta’s House, Louth. I, 3, (1906), f.p. 99, Illustrated

St. Mochta’s House, Louth. IX, 1, (1937), 32-5, Illustrated

St. Nicholas Parish Church, Dundalk in ‘Varia’. XIII, 4, (1956), 451

Cianachta

See Duleek

Cistercians:

Three Unpublished Cistercian Documents. XIII, 3, (1955), 252-78

Cists:

Aghnaskeagh A, County Louth: the Portal Dolmen and the Cemetery Cairn. XXI, 4, (1988), 394-7, Illustrated

Cist Burial at Newtown, Knockbridge in ‘Varia’. XIII, 4, (1956), 451

A Cist Grave at Newtownbalregan. XXI, 3, (1987), 274-8, Illustrated

Faughart Investigation, 1966. XVI, 2, (1966), 125-9, Illustrated

Find of a Cist and clay Urn. II, 3, (1910), 325, Illustrated

The Moate, Dorsey or Dorsey Dun. II, 2, (1909), 197-8

A second Early Bronze Age Burial at Tankardsrock, Co Louth and the Early Bronze Age Landscape of North Co Louth. XXI, 3, (1987), 279-86, Illustrated

Civil War, 1641-53:

Military Operations in County Louth in the Run-up to Cromwell’s Storming of Drogheda. XXII, 2, (1990), 187-208

Some Episodes of the Civil War of 1641-53 in Louth. IV, 4, (1919-20), 277-89

See also Diaries; O’Mellan, Father

Clarke, John P.:

John P. Clarke. XXII, 1, (1989), 5-6, Illustrated

Clintons:

The Clinton family in County Louth. II, 4, (1911), 398-412, Illustrated

Clinton Records. XII, 2, (1950), 109-16

See also Chamberlains

Cloghafarmore

See Standing Stones

Clogher (parish):

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ferrard. X, 4, (1944), 278-9, Illustrated

A Report on further Surface Finds from County Louth. XVIII, 3, (1975), 200, Illustrated

A Report on Surface Finds from County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 46-7, Illustrated

See also Ordnance Survey

Clogher, Diocese of:

Fragments of a lost Register of the Diocese of Clogher. IV, 3, (1918), 226-57

The Genesis of the Diocese of Clogher. IV, 2, (1917), 129-59, Illustrated

See also Armagh, Diocese of

Clonkeehan:

The 1766 Religious Census for some County Louth Parishes. XIV, 2, (1958), 114

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Louth. X, 2, (1942), 101

A Survey of the Estate of Lord Louth in 1832-1833. XXIII, 2, (1994), 226

See also Ordnance Survey

Clonkeen:

Lughmagh – Cluain-caoin, Knock na-Seangan. I, 4, (1907), 23-7

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ardee. X, 3, (1943), 204

Seven Battles: Irish, Danes and Anglo-Normans. III, 3, (1914), 259

See also Ordnance Survey

Clonlum, County Armagh

See Excavations

Clonmore:

Gravestone Inscriptions in Clonmore. XX, 2, (1982), 147-55, Illustrated

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 4, (1976), 306-7

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ferrard. X, 4, (1944), 279-80, Illustrated

See also De Verdons; Ordnance Survey

Cock-Fighting:

Irish Racing Calendar, 1800: Rules and Orders for Cocking in ‘Notes and Varia’. X, 4, (1944), 350

Coins:

Coins in ‘Notes and Queries’. I, 4, (1907), 111

A Hoard of Coins found near Annagassan. VII, 1, (1929), 42-5, Illustrated

Recent Finds in Co. Louth. VI, 4, (1928), 253-4

Collon:

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ferrard. X, 4, (1944), 280

Rental and Accounts of Collon Estate, 1779-81. X, 3, (1943), 222-9

See also Burials; Butler’s Journal; Ordnance Survey; Urban Improvement

Commons (barony of Lower Dundalk):

Horned Cairns of North Louth. X, 1, (1941), 61

Companies:

Joint Stock Companies in ‘Notes and Queries’. I, 4, (1907), 111

Comraghs, County Monaghan:

Prehistoric Rock Inscriptions near Dundalk, County Louth. XX, 2, (1982), 114

Conaille Muirthemhne:

Early Medieval Louth: the Kingdom of Conaille Muirtheimne. XXIV, 1, (1997), 139-50, Illustrated

Macaire Conaille in ‘Varia’. VI, 1, (1925), 53

A Projected History of County Louth. IV, 4, (1919-20), 354

See also Oirghialla

Concannon

See Vaults

Convicts:

The Kilmainham Gaol Registers 1798 to 1823: List of Convicts from County Louth. XXIII, 4, (1996), 413-37

Conwell, Revd Eugene:

Calendar of the Letters of Rev. Eugene Conwell,C.C., Collon. IX, 4, (1940), 290-337, Illustrated

Errata to Calendar of Letters of Rev. Eugene Conwell in ‘Notes and Queries’. X, 1, (1941), 83

Cooley:

The Emergence of the National System of Education in north County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 13-14

Hearth Money Rolls, 1663-1664. VI, 4, (1928), 187-9

Hearth Money Rolls: barony of Dundalk. VII, 4, (1932), 504-7

A Report on Surface Finds from County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 58, Illustrated

See also Rent Rolls

Corcoran, Very Revd Peter:

Our Late President (Very Revd Peter Corcoran). XVI, 3, (1967), 141-2, Illustrated

Cordoogan:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Cordoogan. XI, 1, (1945), 56-7, Illustrated

Corliss, County Armagh

See Excavations

Cortial:

Prehistoric Rock Inscriptions near Dundalk, County Louth. XX, 2, (1982), 107-10, Illustrated

Townland Survey of County Louth: Cortial. VII, 1, (1929), 96-9, Illustrated

See also Souterrains

County Louth Farming Society:

County Louth Medals. III, 1, (1912), 29-30, Illustrated

County Louth Horticultural Society:

County Louth Medals. III, 1, (1912), 30, Illustrated

Court Documents:

Louth Court Documents. VI, 1, (1925), 12-15

Court Tombs:

Annacloghmullion. III, 2, (1913), 149-53, Illustrated

Annacloghmullion Chambered Cairn. VII, 2, (1930), 292-3

Ballymacdermott Chambered Cairn. VII, 2, (1930), 291-2

Conan’s Grave. III, 1, (1912), 51

Horned Cairns of North Louth. X, 1, (1941), 58-62

See also Megaliths

Crannogs:

Crannog-type structures  in Whitewood Lake, County Meath in ‘Varia’. XIII, 3, (1955), 289

Creggan:

The Emergence of the National System of Education in north County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 25-6

The History of the Parish of Creggan in the 17th and 18th Centuries. VIII, 2, (1934), 117-63, Illustrated

The History of the Parish of Creggan in the 17th and 18th Centuries. IX, 2, (1938), 135-61

See also Ordnance Survey; Poets and Poetry

Crioch Rois

See Táin

Cromer, Archbishop:

Archbishop Cromer’s Register. VII, 4, (1932), 516-24

Archbishop Cromer’s Register. VIII, 1, (1933), 38-49

Archbishop Cromer’s Register. VIII, 2, (1934), 169-88

Archbishop Cromer’s Register. VIII, 3, (1935), 257-74

Archbishop Cromer’s Register. VIII, 4, (1936), 322-51

Archbishop Cromer’s Register. IX, 1, (1937), 36-41

Archbishop Cromer’s Register. IX, 2, (1938), 124-30

Archbishop Cromer’s Register. X, 2, (1942), 116-27

Archbishop Cromer’s Register. X, 3, (1943), 165-79

Cromwellian Settlement:

The Cromwelliam and Restoration Settlements in the Civil Parish of Dundalk, 1649 to 1673. XIX, 1, (1977), 24-58, Illustrated

The Plantation of the Cromwellian Soldiers in the Barony of Ardee, 1652-1656. XXI, 4, (1988), 415-52, Illustrated

Some Notes on the Cromwellian and Restoration Settlements in County Louth. V, 3, (1923), 173-5

See also Maps

Cross Slabs:

Ancient Inscribed Tombstones at Drogheda and Dunleer. IV, 1, (1916), 104-5, Illustrated

A Cross-slab from County Louth. XVII, 2, (1970), 113, Illustrated

See also Urney

Crossabeagh

See Souterrains

Crosses:

The Ardee Cross. XX, 3, (1983), 210-14, Illustrated

A Note on the Cross in Irish Archaeology. XI, 1, (1945), 61-2

Note on the Inscription of Louth Hall Cross. X, 3, (1943), 212-15, Illustrated

A possible Market Cross Fragment from Drogheda. XX, 4, (1984), 334-9, Illustrated

Two Memorial Wayside Crosses. II, 1, (1908), 83-4, Illustrated

Cruisetown

See St. Lawrence family

Crumlin

See Roads

Cuchulainn:

Cu-chulainn and Cu-Roi. XII, 1, (1949), 13

Cuchulainn’s Pillar Stone. I, 4, (1907), 47-50, Illustrated

Cuchulainn, an Irishman or a Briton. V, 4, (1924), 252-3

Dundealgan and its Pillar-stone – the Lia Lingadan. II, 4, (1911), 389-97

Footprints of Cuchulainn in Kerry. XI, 4, (1948), 238-42, Illustrated

See also Legends

Customs:

Brigid’s Crosses in County Armagh. XI, 1, (1945), 15-20, Illustrated

The Christmas Rhymers. XI, 1, (1945), 43-51

Harvest Customs in County Armagh. X, 4, (1944), 336-41, Illustrated

Marriage Customs in ‘Notes and Queries’. II, 3, (1910), 323-4

Customs and Excise:

Seizures at Dundalk and Drogheda, 1795. III, 4, (1915), 363-4

See also Trade

D

D’Alton, John:

John D’Alton’s Manuscripts. I, 1, (1904), 60

John D’Alton’s MS. in ‘Notes and Queries’. III, 1, (1912), 110

Dances

See Songs and Song Books

Dane’s Cast:

The Trench or “Wall” of Ulster. IV, 1, (1916), 5-7

Danish Louth:

Danish Louth. II, 1, (1908), 72-7

Darver:

The 1766 Religious Census for some County Louth Parishes. XIV, 2, (1958), 110

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Louth. X, 2, (1942), 101

The Reconstruction of Proto-historic Landscapes using Aerial Photographs: Case Studies in County Louth. XX, 3, (1983), 226-31, Illustrated

See also Ordnance Survey; Parochial Registers

Dawsons:

The Dawsons of Ardee. VIII, 1, (1933), 22-33

The Murder of Richard Dawson. XV, 3, (1963), 249-54, Illustrated

De Verdons:

The De Verdons and the Draycots. V, 3, (1923), 166-72

Disturbances in the Co. Louth, A.D. 1312. IV, 4, (1919-20), 304-7

Theobald Verdon of Clonmore’s Petition. VI, 4, (1928), 210-12

See also Seals

Decorated Tombstones:

An 18th-century Priest’s Memorial Stone at Mayne, Co. Louth. XI, 3, (1947), 204-5, Illustrated

Corrigendum re Duffy headstone at Dromiskin in ‘Miscellanea’. XI, 4, (1948), 315

Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century Decorated Headstones in County Louth. XII, 3, (1951), 113-18, Illustrated

Late Eighteenth Century Decorated Headstone at Urney Graveyard, Co. Louth. XVI, 1, (1965), 1-4, Illustrated

Depositions, 1641:

County Louth Depositions, 1641. III, 1, (1912), 68-79

County Louth Depositions, 1641. III, 2, (1913), 167-77

Derrycammagh

See Butler’s Journal

Dialect, Local:

The Study of our Local Vernacular. XIV, 3, (1959), 170-8

A Word-list from the Neighbourhood of Kilkerley, Co. Louth. XIX, 4, (1980), 288-92

Diaries:

Colonel Thomas Bellingham’s Diary. I, 2, (1905), 45-60

The Diary of Marianne Fortescue, 1797-1800. XXIV, 2, (1998), 222-48, Illustrated

The Diary of Marianne Fortescue, 1797-1800. XXIV, 3, (1999), 357-79

The Diary of Marianne Fortescue, 1816-1818. XXIV, 4, (2000), 474-503, Illustrated

Diary of Piers Murphy of Corcreeghagh for 1858-1862. XXIV, 1, (1997), 21-38

Note on a passage in an Irish Diary of the Confederate Wars. VII, 2, (1930), 242-3

Some Extracts relating to Ireland from the Journal of Gideon Bonnivert, 1690. VIII, 1, (1933), 18-21

See also Military; O’Mellan, Father; Stevens, Captain John; Travel; Wright, Thomas

Dolan, Joseph T.:

Joseph Dolan M.A.: first President Louth Archaeological Society. XXII, 2, (1990), 166-77, Illustrated

Our Late President (Joseph T. Dolan). VII, 1, (1929), 1-4, Illustrated

Dominicans:

The Dominican Order in Carlingford and Dundalk. XVI, 3, (1967), 143-60

Further Notes on the Dominicans of Carlingford. XVI, 4, (1968), 253

Donaghmore:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Donaghmore. V, 4, (1924), 258-61, Illustrated

See also Souterrains

Dorsey, County Armagh:

The Dorsey Entrenchment: Some Corrigenda and Further Notes. VII, 3, (1931), 407-11, Illustrated

The Dorsey. VII, 2, (1930), 187-240, Illustrated

The Moate, Dorsey or Dorsey Dun. II, 2, (1909), 197-8

See also Excavations

Dowdall, Archbishop:

The Archbishop of Armachane’s Opinion touchinge Ireland. II, 2, (1909), 149-64

A Calendar of the Register of Primate George Dowdall, commonly called the “Liber Niger” or “Black Book”. VI, 2, (1926), 90-100

A Calendar of the Register of Primate George Dowdall, commonly called the “Liber Niger” or “Black Book”. VI, 3, (1927), 147-58

A Calendar of the Register of Primate George Dowdall, commonly called the “Liber Niger” or “Black Book”. VI, 4, (1928), 213-28

A Calendar of the Register of Primate George Dowdall, commonly called the “Liber Niger” or “Black Book”. VII, 1, (1929), 78-95

A Calendar of the Register of Primate George Dowdall, commonly called the “Liber Niger” or “Black Book”. VII, 2, (1930), 258-75

See also Title Deeds

Dowdallshill:

Polished Stone Axe-head in ‘Varia’. XV, 2, (1962), 192

See also Souterrains

Drakestown:

Historical Notes on Paughanstown, Roestown and Hacklim. XII, 3, (1951), 141

Historical Notes on the Townlands of Drakestown and Kilpatrick. XII, 1, (1949), 21-9, 37-81, Illustrated

Kildemock Miscellanea. XIII, 4, (1956), 414-17

Supplementary Notes on Anaglog, Drakestown, Kilpatrick, Paughanstown, Roestown and Hacklim. XIII, 1, (1953), 80

Townland Survey of County Louth: Drakestown. XI, 4, (1948), 309-13, Illustrated

Townland Survey of County Louth: Drakestown supplement. XII, 2, (1950), 130

Draycotts:

The Death of Alice Draycott. XIII, 2, (1954), 179-89, Illustrated

Some Early Documents relating to English Uriel, and the Towns of Drogheda and Dundalk. V, 4, (1924), 270-7

See also De Verdons

Drogheda:

The 1766 Religious Census for some County Louth Parishes. XIV, 2, (1958), 109

Archaeological Excavations at the Magdalene Tower, Drogheda, County Louth. XXIV, 1, (1997), 75-128, Illustrated

The Case of Nicholas John. XV, 3, (1963), 273-6

Census of Louth County and Drogheda City in 1659-60. I, 2, (1905), 61-73

The Church of St. Saviour’s, Drogheda. IX, 4, (1940), 346-51, Illustrated

The De Verdons and the Draycots. V, 3, (1923), 166-72

Drogheda and Boyne Pictures. IV, 4, (1919-20), 340, Illustrated

A Drogheda Census List of 1798. XVII, 2, (1970), 91-6, Illustrated

Drogheda Corporation Book of Oathes, 1783. II, 3, (1910), 237-46

The Drogheda Corporation Mace, Sword of State and Plate. XIV, 1, (1957), 40-1, Illustrated

A Drogheda Deed of 1809. XI, 3, (1947), 206-8, Illustrated

The Drogheda Parliamentary Election of 1847 and its Aftermath. XXI, 3, (1987), 297-310

Drogheda Pictures in ‘Notes and Queries’. IV, 4, (1919-20), 387

The Drogheda Textile Industry, 1780-1820. XX, 1, (1981), 36-48

Drogheda Trade and Customs, 1683. III, 1, (1912), 83-103

Drogheda, 1574. XVIII, 3, (1975), 179-86, Illustrated

Excavations at St Mary d’Urso, Drogheda, County Louth. XXIII, 4, (1996), 452-509, Illustrated

Famine and Distress in Drogheda during 1847. XXI, 2, (1986), 157-78

Five Documents of Drogheda Interest from the Registers of the Archbishops of Armagh. XXI, 4, (1988), 407-14

A Forgotten Abbey of St. Mary’s, Drogheda. XIII, 2, (1954), 190-9

Four Wills of the Old English Merchants of Drogheda. XX, 2, (1982), 96-105

Franciscan Foundation at Drogheda: Points of Historical Interest. X, 3, (1943), 257-9

Hearth Money Rolls of County Louth. VI, 2, (1926), 79-87

An Historic Coat of Arms. XII, 1, (1949), 82-4, Illustrated

An Interesting Drogheda Inscription. II, 1, (1908), 19-20, Illustrated

Joseph Ravell’s A Map of the Town and Suburbs of Drogheda 1749. XXII, 4, (1992), 361-3

The Magdalene Tower, Drogheda. I, 3, (1906), 77, Illustrated

A Medieval Foundation in the Borough of Drogheda in Oirghialla. XIV, 3, (1959), 154-9

The Methodist Baptismal Registers of County Louth 1829-65. XVIII, 2, (1974), 132-8

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Drogheda. XI, 1, (1945), 21-7, Illustrated

Old Drogheda Title Deeds. XI, 1, (1945), 58-60

An Old View of Drogheda. VII, 3, (1931), 406

Records of County Louth. VII, 2, (1930), 276-8

The Role of the Printed Word in Drogheda up to 1815: a case study of print production and consumption in provincial Ireland. XXIII, 2, (1994), 181-213, Illustrated

The Seventeenth-Century Tokens of County Louth. XX, 4, (1984), 297-313

The Seventeenth-Century Tokens of County Louth. XXI, 1, (1985), 55-65, Illustrated

Some Drogheda Documents. XVIII, 1, (1973), 1-6

Some Drogheda Gilds and Properties. VI, 4, (1928), 239-46

Some Notes on the Buildings of Drogheda Grammar School. XII, 1, (1949), 5-8, Illustrated

Some Notes on the Old Fortifications of Drogheda. X, 3, (1943), 233-44, Illustrated

Some Wooden Houses of Drogheda. X, 1, (1941), 67-9

The Tholsel, Drogheda. XVII, 3, (1971), 164-8

Three Carved Figures in County Louth. XIX, 1, (1977), 69-70, Illustrated

Three Eighteenth Century Drogheda Letters. XXII, 1, (1989), 29-35

Three Monasteries of Drogheda. X, 1, (1941), 25-41, Illustrated

The Topography and Layout of Medieval Drogheda. XIX, 2, (1978), 98-127, Illustrated

Two Castles of Drogheda. IX, 3, (1939), 244-5, Illustrated

Two Decorated Fonts in Drogheda, Co. Louth. XVIII, 4, (1976), 255-62, Illustrated

Two Drogheda Voters’ Lists: 1798 and 1802. XX, 4, (1984), 319-33

Two Medieval Seals from County Louth. XXII, 4, (1992), 393-4, Illustrated

Two Old Drogheda Chronicles. XV, 1, (1961), 88-95

See also Arms; Burials; Butler’s Journal; Carved Stones; Civil War, 1641-53; Cross Slabs; Crosses; Customs and Excise; Draycotts; Education; Exports; Fencibles; Harps and Harpers; Houses; Maps; MacHenry, Father Brian; Newspapers; Ordnance Survey; Peppards

Dromin:

Education in the Parish of Dunleer. XXIII, 1, (1993), 97-114

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ardee. X, 3, (1943), 204-5, Illustrated

See also Fonts; Ordnance Survey; Saint Fintan

Dromiskin:

The 1766 Religious Census for some County Louth Parishes. XIV, 2, (1958), 111-12

The Emergence of the National System of Education in north County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 31-3

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 4, (1976), 307-8

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Louth. X, 2, (1942), 101-3, Illustrated

See also Burials; Butler’s Journal; High Crosses; Maps; Ordnance Survey; Souterrains

Drumad:

Five Louth Souterrains. XIX, 3, (1979), 209-11, Illustrated

Drumcah:

Prehistoric Rock Inscriptions near Dundalk, County Louth. XX, 2, (1982), 111, Illustrated

Drumcar:

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 4, (1976), 305-6

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ardee. X, 3, (1943), 206

Some Inscriptions in Irish in the County of Louth. V, 1, (1921), 12

See also Cess Payers; Ordnance Survey

Drumgonnelly:

Prehistoric Rock Inscriptions near Dundalk, County Louth. XX, 2, (1982), 114, Illustrated

Drumgoole, John:

John Drumgoole (1720-1781). X, 3, (1943), 215

Drumgooter

See Rent Rolls

Drumirril, County Monaghan:

Prehistoric Rock Inscriptions near Dundalk, County Louth. XX, 2, (1982), 110-11, Illustrated

Drumnasillagh:

Horned Cairns of North Louth. X, 1, (1941), 60

Drumshallon:

Gravestone Inscriptions in Dysart, Cappoge and Drumshallon. XIX, 3, (1979), 248

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ferrard. X, 4, (1944), 280-2, Illustrated

See also Ordnance Survey

Drumsinnot:

Prehistoric Rock Inscriptions near Dundalk, County Louth. XX, 2, (1982), 110, Illustrated

Duleek:

Duleek and its Environs. II, 3, (1910), 257-61, Illustrated

Duleek: The Cianachta; and the Battle of Killineer. I, 1, (1904), 61

Dun Dealgan Fund and Museum:

Dun Dealgan and its Opening. II, 4, (1911), 451-2, Illustrated

Dun Dealgan Fund Report, 1910. II, 3, (1910), 314-16

Dun Dealgan Fund Report, 1911. II, 4, (1911), 452-4

Dun Dealgan Fund Report, 1912. III, 1, (1912), 121-3

Dun Dealgan Fund Report, 1913. III, 2, (1913), 201-3

Dun Dealgan Fund Report, 1914. III, 3, (1914), 292-3

Dun Dealgan Fund Report, 1915. III, 4, (1915), 410-11

Dundealgan. IV, 2, (1917), 210

The Stone and Bronze Ages in our Museum. III, 1, (1912), 37-46, Illustrated

Subscriptions to the Dundealgan Fund. II, 4, (1911), 460-1

Dunany:

Gravestone Inscriptions in Dunany and Salterstown. XX, 3, (1983), 240-2

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ferrard. X, 4, (1944), 282

A Report on further Surface Finds from County Louth. XVIII, 3, (1975), 200, Illustrated

A Report on Surface Finds from County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 57

A Third Collection of Surface Finds from Co. Louth. XIX, 3, (1979), 233, Illustrated

See also Ordnance Survey; Sailing Vessels

Dunbin:

Old Churches in County Louth: Baronies of Lower and Upper Dundalk. X, 1, (1941), 15

Townland Survey of County Louth: Dunbin. VII, 4, (1932), 496-9, Illustrated

See also Ordnance Survey

Dundalk:

Archaeological Excavation of a Souterrain at Farrandreg, Dundalk, County Louth. XXIV, 2, (1998), 261-80, Illustrated

Le Camestreet, Le Campstreet Lane, the Big Bridge, etc.. IV, 2, (1917), 199-201

Cloch Abhraunra in ‘Varia’. VII, 3, (1931), 435

The Court-house, Dundalk and the Contract for its Erection dated 30th April, 1813. XV, 2, (1962), 131-43

The Cromwelliam and Restoration Settlements in the Civil Parish of Dundalk, 1649 to 1673. XIX, 1, (1977), 24-58, Illustrated

The De Verdons and the Draycots. V, 3, (1923), 167-70

A Destroyed Enclosure at Site 5, Marshes Upper, County Louth. XXIV, 4, (2000), 553-62, Illustrated

The Dog’s  Monument, Dundalk in ‘Notes and Miscellanea’. X, 2, (1942), 156

Dundalk Corporation Accounts, 1755-9. V, 1, (1921), 45-8

Dundalk Corporation Records. V, 3, (1923), 176-8

Dundalk Harbour Improvements in the Nineteenth Century. XXIV, 4, (2000), 504-30, Illustrated

Dundalk Poor-Law Union Workhouse: the first twenty-five years, 1839-64. XX, 3, (1983), 190-209

Dundealgain: Tomhas-na-luinge. II, 3, (1910), 301-4

The Emergence of the National System of Education in north County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 18-25

From Dún Delca to Dundalk: the Topography and Archaeology of a Medieval Frontier Town A.D. c. 1187-1700. XXII, 3, (1991), 221-353, Illustrated

Fugill Token in ‘Notes and Miscellanea’. X, 2, (1942), 155

Indexed List of Wills of Residents in Dundalk and District. X, 2, (1942), 113-15

The Louth Hospital, Dundalk in ‘Varia’. XV, 1, (1961), 106

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 2, (1974), 128-31

The Methodist Baptismal Registers of County Louth 1829-65. XVIII, 2, (1974), 138-9

Netherlandish Glass in County Louth. XXI, 4, (1988), 373-86, Illustrated

Notes to Dundalk Corporation Accounts in ‘Notes and Queries’. V, 1, (1921), 84

Old Bridge in Dundalk Demesne. XIV, 2, (1958), f.p. 118, Illustrated

Old Churches in County Louth: Baronies of Lower and Upper Dundalk. X, 1, (1941), 15-22, Illustrated

Old Graves found at St. Leonard’s, Dundalk in ‘Notes and Queries’. II, 4, (1911), 441, Illustrated

Old Title Deeds of County Louth: Further Dundalk Deeds, 1718-1856. XX, 1, (1981), 51-6

Old Title Deeds of County Louth: Further Dundalk Deeds, 1724-1843. X, 3, (1943), 245-50

Old Title Deeds of County Louth: Further Dundalk Deeds: Seatown 1808-1819. XXIV, 2, (1998), 296-304

Old Title Deeds of County Louth: Some Dundalk Deeds 1707-1843. X, 2, (1942), 138-48

The Port of Dundalk. XVII, 2, (1970), 66-78

Possessions belonging to the late Hospital of Saint Leonard next Dundalk. VI, 4, (1928), 194-8

The Priory of St. Leonard, Dundalk. XVII, 3, (1971), 131-40

Queries (re Dundalk place-names) in ‘Varia’. VI, 2, (1926), 110

A Report on Surface Finds from County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 57, Illustrated

Roman Inscribed Stone for many years in Dundalk Demesne. V, 3, (1923), f.p. 188, Illustrated

Rothe’s Castle, Dundalk and Hugh O’Neill: a Sixteenth-century Map. XV, 3, (1963), 281-91, Illustrated

Seatown Castle in ‘Notes and Queries’. II, 3, (1910), 324

The Seventeenth-Century Tokens of County Louth. XXI, 2, (1986), 148-56

Shewell’s Lane, Lord Limerick’s Demesne Wall, and the Elgee Family. XXII, 1, (1989), 49-53, Illustrated

The Site of Warren’s Gate, Dundalk. XXIII, 2, (1994), 214-17, Illustrated

Some Notes on Dundalk. IV, 2, (1917), 162-8

Some Tombstone Inscriptions in St. Nicholas Churchyard, Dundalk. X, 4, (1944), 311-13

St. Leonard’s Friary, Dundalk in ‘Miscellanea’. XII, 4, (1952), 286

The Struggle for Control of Dundalk Borough, 1782-92. XVII, 1, (1969), 22-36

Three Seventeenth Century Maps of Dundalk. VI, 4, (1928), 270-4, Illustrated

Three Souterrains. VIII, 1, (1933), 95-6, Illustrated

Three Souterrains in County Louth. XIII, 4, (1956), 444-5, Illustrated

Two Eighteenth-century Maps of the Clanbrassil Estate, Dundalk. XV, 1, (1961), 39-87, Illustrated

Two Medieval Seals from County Louth. XXII, 4, (1992), 387-93, Illustrated

Two Nineteenth-century Election Posters. XVI, 4, (1968), 224-30

See also Archaeological Deposits; Arms; Assizes; Bellews; Bronze Implements and Vessels; Burials; Butler’s Journal; Churches; Customs and Excise; Dominicans; Dowdallshill; Education; Famine; Fonts; Hearth Money Rolls; Irvine, Sir Gerard; Keenan, Father Jo

Dundugan

See Louthiana

Dungooly

See Castles

Dunkin, Revd Patrick:

An Irish Poem from County Down. II, 3, (1910), 307-13

Patrick Dungin. III, 1, (1912), 15

Rev. Patrick Dunkin in ‘Notes and Queries’. II, 4, (1911), 442

Dunleer:

The Charter of Dunleer Corporation. V, 1, (1921), 49-57

The Clergy of the Parish of Dunleer. XXIII, 2, (1994), 218-30

A County Louth Farm on the eve of and during the Famine: Burren Farm Accounts’ Book, 1839 to 1848. XXIII, 4, (1996), 438-51

Gravestone Inscriptions in Dunleer. XXII, 4, (1992), 446-52

Minutes of Dunleer Corporation. V, 2, (1922), 121-6

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ferrard. X, 4, (1944), 282-3, Illustrated

Rathcoole, Ui Segain, Leire. III, 1, (1912), 31-5

Some Inscriptions in Irish in the County of Louth. V, 1, (1921), 5-8

See also Butler’s Journal; Cess Payers; Cross Slabs; Education; Fosters; Ordnance Survey; Urban Improvement; Wells, Holy

Dunmahon:

The Sack of Dunmahon Castle. XI, 3, (1947), 164-8

See also Castles

Dysart:

Gravestone Inscriptions in Dysart, Cappoge and Drumshallon. XIX, 3, (1979), 240-6

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ferrard. X, 4, (1944), 283

See also Arbitration; Cess Payers; Ordnance Survey

E

Eastwoods:

A History of the Eastwood Family in Ireland, 1600-1850. XXIV, 3, (1999), 407-30, Illustrated

Education:

Addendum to “The Erasmus Smith School, Ardee”. XVII, 2, (1970), 96

Drogheda Blue School. XVI, 3, (1967), 163-8, Illustrated

Drogheda Grammar School. XV, 3, (1963), 207-48, Illustrated

Dundalk Charter School in ‘Notes and Queries’. III, 4, (1915), 396

Dundalk Grammar School. XVI, 2, (1966), 91-102

Education in the Parish of Dunleer. XXIII, 1, (1993), 97-114

The Emergence of the National System of Education in north County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 7-38

The Erasmus Smith School, Ardee. XVII, 1, (1969), 10-18

Historical Notes on the Townlands of Drakestown and Kilpatrick. XII, 1, (1949), 38-9

Some Notes on the Buildings of Drogheda Grammar School. XII, 1, (1949), 5-8, Illustrated

Viscount Limerick Grammar School, Dundalk. XVI, 1, (1965), 32-41, Illustrated

See also Keenan, Father John Sproule

Elcocks:

Corrigendum: Elcock Tombstone, St. Peter’s, Drogheda in ‘Varia’. XI, 1, (1945), 63

Two Fireplace Inscriptions, 1584 and 1612. X, 3, (1943), 216-19

Elections:

A Carlingford Election Petition, 1705. VI, 2, (1926), 77-8

A County Louth Bye-Election in 1767. I, 3, (1906), 49-53

A County Louth Election of 1755. IV, 4, (1919-20), 302-3

A County Westmeath Election in 1761. VI, 1, (1925), 24-7

The Drogheda Parliamentary Election of 1847 and its Aftermath. XXI, 3, (1987), 297-310

Kildemock Miscellanea. XIII, 4, (1956), 428-32

Two Drogheda Voters’ Lists: 1798 and 1802. XX, 4, (1984), 319-33

Two Nineteenth-century Election Posters. XVI, 4, (1968), 224-32

See also Medals

Elgees

See Title Deeds

Emergency, The

See Military

Emhain Macha, County Armagh:

Emania at the Present Day. II, 3, (1910), 254-6, Illustrated

Excavations:

Aghnaskeagh A, County Louth: the Portal Dolmen and the Cemetery Cairn. XXI, 4, (1988), 394-7, Illustrated

Archaeological Excavation of a Souterrain at Farrandreg, Dundalk, County Louth. XXIV, 2, (1998), 261-80, Illustrated

Archaeological Excavations at the Magdalene Tower, Drogheda, County Louth. XXIV, 1, (1997), 75-128, Illustrated

A Destroyed Enclosure at Site 5, Marshes Upper, County Louth. XXIV, 4, (2000), 553-62, Illustrated

Excavation at Tholsel Street, Carlingford. XXII, 4, (1992), 417-26, Illustrated

Excavations at Aghnaskeagh, Co. Louth: Cairn A. VIII, 3, (1935), 234-55, Illustrated

Excavations at Aghnaskeagh, Co. Louth: Cairn B. IX, 1, (1937), 1-18, Illustrated

Excavations at Clonlum Small Cairn, Co. Armagh. VIII, 2, (1934), 164-8, Illustrated

Excavations at Corliss Fort. IX, 4, (1940), 338-43, Illustrated

Excavations at Lissachiggel. IX, 3, (1939), 209-43, Illustrated

Excavations at Port, Co. Louth. XIX, 2, (1978), 144-6, Illustrated

Excavations at St Mary d’Urso, Drogheda, County Louth. XXIII, 4, (1996), 452-509, Illustrated

Excavations at the Dorsey. IX, 4, (1940), 280-9, Illustrated

Excavations at the South Gate of the Dorsey Entrenchment. IX, 2, (1938), 131-4, Illustrated

Excavations at Townley Hall, County Louth: Preliminary Note. XV, 1, (1961), 11-12

Faughart Investigation, 1966. XVI, 2, (1966), 125-9, Illustrated

River Boyne, Stalleen Townland, County Meath: Excavation Report. XXIII, 3, (1995), 329-35, Illustrated

Excursions:

Annual Excursion. V, 4, (1924), 283-4, Illustrated

Our Annual Excursion. II, 2, (1909), 203-4

Our Annual General Excursion. III, 1, (1912), 116-18

Our Annual General Excursion. III, 2, (1913), 198-200, Illustrated

Our Annual General Excursion. III, 3, (1914), 288-91, Illustrated

Our Annual Outing. II, 3, (1910), 321-2, Illustrated

Our Annual Outing. II, 4, (1911), 445-7, Illustrated

The Society’s First Excursion. I, 1, (1904), 65-6

Exiles

See Hadsors

Exports:

Exports from Drogheda in 1683. III, 3, (1914), 250-8

F

Fairhill:

Some further Louth Souterrains. III, 1, (1912), 24, Illustrated

Fairy Mount:

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern. I, 3, (1906), 41-2, Illustrated

Family and Personal Names:

Afric in ‘Varia’. XV, 2, (1962), 192

Afric: Some notes on an unusual Gaelic girl’s name at present in use among a group of families in Co. Donegal. XV, 1, (1961), 17-20

Family Names in Louth. I, 3, (1906), 64-76

Family Papers:

Barnard Papers in ‘Varia’. VII, 1, (1929), 100

County Louth Records. VIII, 4, (1936), 358-9

County Louth Records. IX, 1, (1937), 53-9

Family Papers. I, 4, (1907), 65-72

Famine:

Aspects of Famine and the Farney Landscape. XXIII, 4, (1996), 393-404

Famine and Distress in Drogheda during 1847. XXI, 2, (1986), 157-78

Relief Committee Membership in the Union of Dundalk during the Great Irish Famine. XXIV, 1, (1997), 51-9

See also Farm Account Books

Farm Account Books:

A County Louth Farm on the eve of and during the Famine: Burren Farm Accounts’ Book, 1839 to 1848. XXIII, 4, (1996), 438-51

Farm Account Books, 1802-1860, from Gaulstown, Monasterboice. XVII, 4, (1972), 235-49

Farney, County Monaghan

See Famine; Ui Chremthainn

Farrandreg

See Excavations

Faughart:

Cloch Thógalta Cromlech in ‘Notes and Queries’. II, 4, (1911), 441

The Emergence of the National System of Education in north County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 17-18

A Faughart Monument. III, 1, (1912), 28-9, Illustrated

Hearth Money Rolls, 1663-1664. VI, 4, (1928), 189

Hearth Money Rolls: barony of Dundalk. VII, 4, (1932), 514-15

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern. I, 2, (1905), 19-21, Illustrated

Magh Clochar. III, 3, (1914), 247-9

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 2, (1974), 124-5

Old Churches in County Louth: Baronies of Lower and Upper Dundalk. X, 1, (1941), 7

The Stone of Decapitation, Faughart in ‘Notes and Queries’. III, 1, (1912), 109

Townland Survey of County Louth: Faughart Lower. XVI, 2, (1966), 121-4, Illustrated

Townland Survey of County Louth: Faughart Lower supplement. XVI, 4, (1968), 263

Townland Survey of County Louth: Faughart Lower supplement. XVII, 3, (1971), 175-6

Townland Survey of County Louth: Faughart Lower supplement. XVII, 1, (1969), 45

Townland Survey of County Louth: Faughart Upper. XVI, 2, (1966), 111-21, Illustrated

Townland Survey of County Louth: Faughart Upper supplement. XVI, 4, (1968), 262-3

Townland Survey of County Louth: Faughart Upper supplement. XVII, 3, (1971), 175

See also Bruce, Edward; Butler’s Journal; Excavations; Ordnance Survey; Proceedings of the Society; Táin

Fencibles:

Talbot’s Fencibles and the Drogheda Mutiny. XXIV, 1, (1997), 39-50, Illustrated

Fianna:

Notes on the Feena-Erin, Finn MacCoole, and the latter’s principal abode – The Hill of Allen in the County Kildare. I, 4, (1907), 5-22

Finds:

Ancient Objects in Bogs. X, 1, (1941), 80-1

Ardee: an Archaeological Study. XX, 4, (1984), 289,291

Bog Finds in the Ardee District in ‘Notes and Miscellanea’. X, 2, (1942), 157

Bog Finds in the Ardee District: Wooden Causeway – Stone Pavement. X, 3, (1943), 229

The Discovery of a Skull of the Irish Giant Deer at Newtownbabe, Co. Louth. X, 2, (1942), 97-9, Illustrated

Find of Bog Butter. IV, 1, (1916), 106

Finds in Bogs. I, 3, (1906), 97

Former Finds from County Louth in ‘Varia’. XIII, 1, (1953), 131

From Dún Delca to Dundalk: the Topography and Archaeology of a Medieval Frontier Town A.D. c. 1187-1700. XXII, 3, (1991), 336-40, Illustrated

A Group of Prehistoric Artefacts from Glaspistol, near Clogherhead, Co. Louth. XIX, 4, (1980), 265-73, Illustrated

Iron Salt Pan at Castletown in ‘Notes and Miscellanea’. X, 2, (1942), 157

A New Dug-out Canoe. XII, 3, (1951), 126-7, Illustrated

Presented to Museum, June 1st, 1943 in ‘Notes and Varia’. X, 3, (1943), 262

Recent Finds in Co. Louth. VI, 4, (1928), 253-5

A Report on further Surface Finds from County Louth. XVIII, 3, (1975), 198-210, Illustrated

A Report on Surface Finds from County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 46-59, Illustrated

The Salterstown Surface Collection Project. XXIII, 2, (1994), 240-68, Illustrated

Some New County Louth Finds. X, 1, (1941), 55-7, Illustrated

A Stone Chisel from County Limerick. XII, 3, (1951), 128, Illustrated

A Third Collection of Surface Finds from Co. Louth. XIX, 3, (1979), 227-37, Illustrated

A Wooden Object from Corstown, Ardee, Co. Louth in ‘Notes and Varia’. X, 3, (1943), 261-2, Illustrated

See also Bronze Implements and Vessels; Burials

Fir Arda Cianachta:

A Projected History of County Louth. IV, 4, (1919-20), 354-5

Fir Rois:

The Boundaries of Fir Rois. XV, 2, (1962), 144-79, Illustrated

The History of Fir Rois. XV, 4, (1964), 321-48, Illustrated

Fishing and Fisheries:

Historical Notes on Some of the Fisheries of Co. Louth. XIV, 3, (1959), 179-90, Illustrated

Material for a History of the Fisheries of the River Boyne. XIII, 1, (1953), 18-33, Illustrated

See also Landless, The

Fitzralph, Richard:

Richard Fitzralph of Dundalk. II, 1, (1908), 5-13

Richard Fitzralph of Armagh (+ 1360): Professor – Prelate – ‘Saint’. XXII, 2, (1990), 111-24

Fitzrerys:

The Fitz Rerys, Welsh Lords of Cloghran, Co. Dublin. V, 1, (1921), 13-17

Flann Manistrech:

The Pedigree and Family of Flann Manistrech. V, 3, (1923), 149-53

Fleming, Archbishop Nicholas:

Extracts relating to Co. Louth from the Calendar of the Register of Primate Nicholas Fleming. XI, 4, (1948), 221-37

How Nicholas Fleming became Archbishop of Armagh. XIII, 3, (1955), 279-87

Fleming, Patrick:

The Death of Patrick Fleming. IV, 4, (1919-20), 359-66

The Lament of Patrick Fleming. VIII, 1, (1933), 75-91, Illustrated

Foclut, Wood of:

The Wood of Foclut. IX, 2, (1938), 166-8

Folklore:

Cassidy’s Rag: the Growth of a Superstition. III, 3, (1914), 246

Corp Chre in ‘Varia’. XIII, 3, (1955), 288

Folk Lore, with some account of the ancient Gaelic leeches and the state of the art of medicine in ancient Erin. IV, 3, (1918), 217-25

Folklore of Termonfeckin Parish. XVI, 1, (1965), 28-31

Names of Horses and Dogs in ‘Notes and Varia’. X, 4, (1944), 350

Note (on Corp Chre) in ‘Varia’. XIII, 3, (1955), 288

Some Irish Superstitions. III, 4, (1915), 365-8

Fonts:

Baptismal Font at the Old Chapel, Dundalk. II, 3, (1910), 305-6, Illustrated

A Baptismal Font at Wyanstown, Co Louth. XX, 3, (1983), 237-9

Dromin Font in ‘Miscellanea’. XIX, 3, (1979), 249

Two Decorated Fonts in Drogheda, Co. Louth. XVIII, 4, (1976), 255-62, Illustrated

Food Vessels

See Bronze Age; Cists

Footwear:

Footwear in Ireland. XIII, 4, (1956), 309-94, Illustrated

Forbes, John:

Three Eighteenth Century Drogheda Letters. XXII, 1, (1989), 29-35

Fortescues:

The Fortescues of County Louth. XXIV, 1, (1997), 5-20, Illustrated

See also Diaries; Georgian Society

Foster, John ‘Speaker’:

Errata re John Foster in ‘Notes and Queries’. X, 1, (1941), 83

Mr. Speaker Foster. VI, 3, (1927), 117-27, Illustrated

Mr. Speaker Foster (continued). VI, 4, (1928), 199-209

Rental and Accounts of Collon Estate, 1779-81. X, 3, (1943), 222-9

Fosters:

The Foster Family and the Parliamentary Borough of Dunleer. XVII, 3, (1971), 156-63, Illustrated

Fottrell Papers:

The Fottrell Papers. VII, 2, (1930), 124-52

Franciscans:

Franciscan Foundation at Drogheda: Points of Historical Interest. X, 3, (1943), 257-9

The Franciscan Monasteries after the Dissolution. VIII, 3, (1935), 275-82, Illustrated

Old Churches in County Louth: Baronies of Lower and Upper Dundalk. X, 1, (1941), 20-2, Illustrated

Freeholders:

Historical Notes on Rathlust, Anaglog and Hunterstown. XI, 2, (1946), 118

Fulachta Fiadh:

Analysis of the Petro-Morphology of a destroyed Fulacht Fiadh at Castlebellingham, Co Louth. XXI, 3, (1987), 294-6

Funshog:

The Burial Place of St. Fanchea. II, 3, (1910), 279-81

G

Gallstown

See Farm Account Books

Gap of the North:

Where is the Gap of the North?. I, 1, (1904), 46

Garstin, John Ribton:

In Memoriam: John Ribton Garstin,D.L.,F.S.A.. IV, 2, (1917), 125-8, Illustrated

Gearóid Iarla:

The Legend of Gearóid Iarla of Hacklim. XIV, 2, (1958), 68-81, Illustrated

Gentlemen:

Gentlemen of County Louth, C. A.D. 1600. IV, 4, (1919-20), 308-10

Geology:

The County of Louth: Its Surface and its Foundation-Stones. IV, 1, (1916), 14-16

The Passing of the Chalk. V, 1, (1921), 23-4

The Report of Douglas (recte Donald) Stewart, Itinerant Mineralogist to the Dublin Society, Dublin, 1800. XIX, 1, (1977), 77

Georgian Society:

Georgian Society in Louth. XVII, 3, (1971), 177-86, Illustrated

Gernon, Anthony:

Anthony Gearnon,O.F.M. (c. 1610-1680) and the Irish Remonstrance. XVII, 3, (1971), 141-9

Gernon, Richard:

The Murder of Richard Gernon, Sheriff of Louth, 1311. XXI, 4, (1988), 391-3

Gibstown:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Gibstown. VIII, 4, (1936), 354, Illustrated

Glaspistol

See Finds; Place-names; Souterrains

Glebe (barony of Upper Dundalk):

Townland Survey of County Louth: Glebe (barony of Upper Dundalk). VIII, 1, (1933), 37, Illustrated

Gorteen

See Pottery

Graham, Matthew Moore:

Antiquarianism and Gaelic Revival in County Louth in the pre-Famine Era. XXI, 4, (1988), 343-68

Matthew Moore Graham. IX, 2, (1938), 115-23, Illustrated

Grange Irish:

Three Souterrains. VIII, 1, (1933), 96-7, Illustrated

Grant Families:

The Grant Families of Ulster and the Pale: a Brief Survey. XVII, 4, (1972), 228-34

Greencastle, County Down:

A 1575 Rent-Roll, with Contemporaneous Maps, of the Bagenal Estate in the Carlingford Lough District. XXI, 1, (1985), 38-40, Illustrated

Greenmount:

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern. I, 2, (1905), 21-2, Illustrated

See also Butler’s Journal

Greenore:

A Report on further Surface Finds from County Louth. XVIII, 3, (1975), 203, Illustrated

A Report on Surface Finds from County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 58-9, Illustrated

Gross Survey:

The Plantation of the Cromwellian Soldiers in the Barony of Ardee, 1652-1656. XXI, 4, (1988), 427-49

Guilds:

Some Drogheda Gilds and Properties. VI, 4, (1928), 239-46

H

Hacklim:

Historical Notes on Paughanstown, Roestown and Hacklim. XII, 3, (1951), 139-96, Illustrated

Kildemock Miscellanea. XIII, 4, (1956), 420-3

Supplementary Notes on Anaglog, Drakestown, Kilpatrick, Paughanstown, Roestown and Hacklim. XIII, 1, (1953), 80

Townland Survey of County Louth: Hacklim. XII, 2, (1950), 125-30, Illustrated

Townland Survey of County Louth: Hacklim supplement. XII, 4, (1952), 275

See also Gearóid Iarla

Hadsors:

The Hadsors and some other Louth Exiles in France and Spain. XVIII, 4, (1976), 263-71, Illustrated

Haggardstown:

Church of Killfursa in ‘Notes and Queries’. IV, 1, (1916), 106

The Emergence of the National System of Education in north County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 26-8

Old Churches in County Louth: Baronies of Lower and Upper Dundalk. X, 1, (1941), 21-2, Illustrated

A Surveyor’s Report on some Townlands of County Louth, c. 1700. XVII, 3, (1971), 150-2

Townland Survey of County Louth: Haggardstown. VIII, 2, (1934), 210-14, Illustrated

See also Kitchen Middens; Ordnance Survey; Poets and Poetry; Vaults

Harbour Improvements:

Dundalk Harbour Improvements in the Nineteenth Century. XXIV, 4, (2000), 504-30, Illustrated

Harps and Harpers:

Drogheda Harpist Society in ‘Notes and Queries’. II, 2, (1909), 207

The Harp of the Last Minstrel. I, 4, (1907), f.p. 104, Illustrated

See also Byrne, Patrick

Harristown:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Harristown. XIII, 4, (1956), 409-11, Illustrated

Hatch Family:

The Family of Hatch of Ardee. XVI, 4, (1968), 205-23

More on the Family of Hatch of Ardee. XVII, 1, (1969), 19-21

Hay-rope Pack-saddle:

A Hay-rope Pack-saddle from County Louth. XV, 1, (1961), 13-16, Illustrated

Haynestown:

Gravestone Inscriptions in Haynestown. XXIII, 1, (1993), 127-33

Old Churches in County Louth: Baronies of Lower and Upper Dundalk. X, 1, (1941), 23

See also Butler’s Journal; Ordnance Survey; Souterrains

Hearth Money Rolls:

Hearth Money Roll: barony of Orior, 1664. VII, 3, (1931), 419-31

Hearth Money Rolls in ‘Varia’. VI, 2, (1926), 110

Hearth Money Rolls of 1664 and 1667 in ‘Notes and Queries’. II, 4, (1911), 441

Hearth Money Rolls of County Louth. VI, 2, (1926), 79-87

Hearth Money Rolls, 1663-1664. VI, 4, (1928), 181-9

Hearth Money Rolls: barony of Dundalk. VII, 4, (1932), 500-15

The History of the Parish of Creggan in the 17th and 18th Centuries. VIII, 2, (1934), 152-6

Ragnall Dall Mac Domhnaill. X, 1, (1941), 47-8

Supplement to Dundalk Hearth Money Roll. XII, 4, (1952), 276-7

Hearth Sites:

Ancient Hearth Sites at Termonfeckin. IV, 4, (1919-20), f.p. 277, Illustrated

Heating Stones:

Heating Stones. IV, 4, (1919-20), 318-19

Heraldry:

The Interpretation of Heraldry. XII, 4, (1952), 239-42, Illustrated

High Crosses:

The Cross of Muiredach. III, 3, (1914), 209-12, Illustrated

Dromiskin Celtic Cross. IV, 4, (1919-20), 301, Illustrated

Early Christian Cross from Monasterboice. XVII, 2, (1970), 112, Illustrated

See also Monasterboice

Hill of Rath:

The Bronze Age Urn Cemetery of Cnoc na Rátha. VII, 1, (1929), 5-18, Illustrated

Historical Notes:

Historical Notes on Millockstown and Blakestown. XIII, 1, (1953), 68-123, Illustrated

Historical Notes on Paughanstown, Roestown and Hacklim. XII, 3, (1951), 129-96, Illustrated

Historical Notes on Rathlust, Anaglog and Hunterstown. XI, 2, (1946), 107-42

Historical Notes on the Townlands of Drakestown and Kilpatrick. XII, 1, (1949), 21-81, Illustrated

Supplementary Notes on Anaglog, Drakestown, Kilpatrick, Paughanstown, Roestown and Hacklim. XIII, 1, (1953), 79-80

History of County Louth:

Projected History of County Louth (continued). V, 1, (1921), 66-8

A Projected History of County Louth. IV, 4, (1919-20), 349-55

Hoathstown:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Hoathstown. XIII, 4, (1956), 407-9, Illustrated

Hoey, John:

Lament for John Hoey. VIII, 1, (1933), 61-4

Holed Stones:

Holed Stone at Hurlstone, Ardee. III, 3, (1914), f.p. 248, Illustrated

Houses:

The Bathe House, Drogheda. I, 2, (1905), 32, Illustrated

The Bathe House, Drogheda. VIII, 4, (1936), frontispiece, Illustrated

The Fireside. X, 3, (1943), 196-9

Note on ‘Old Timbered House in Drogheda’. XI, 1, (1945), 42

Old Timbered House in Drogheda. XI, 1, (1945), 41-2, Illustrated

Painting of the “Bathe House”, Drogheda. XII, 2, (1950), 181, Illustrated

Some Wooden Houses of Drogheda. X, 1, (1941), 67-9

Three Houses with Outshot in North Louth and South Armagh. XX, 1, (1981), 3-9, Illustrated

A Turf House on the Bog at Ardee. XIV, 1, (1957), f.p. 16, Illustrated

See also Townleys

Hudson, Revd Elliot:

Rev. Elliot Hudson in ‘Notes and Queries’. II, 4, (1911), 442

Hunterstown:

Historical Notes on Paughanstown, Roestown and Hacklim. XII, 3, (1951), 168, Illustrated

Historical Notes on Rathlust, Anaglog and Hunterstown. XI, 2, (1946), 115-42

Historical Notes on the Townlands of Drakestown and Kilpatrick. XII, 1, (1949), 36-61, Illustrated

Townland Survey of County Louth: Hunterstown. XI, 2, (1946), 105-6, Illustrated

Hurlstone

See Holed Stones

Hussey, Father James:

The Will of James Hussey of Smarmore, Co. Louth, “Priest” (A.D. 1635). VIII, 4, (1936), 303-21, Illustrated

I

Inishkeen, County Monaghan:

Two Memorial Wayside Crosses. II, 1, (1908), 83-4, Illustrated

See also Manuscripts; Ordnance Survey

Inishmot, County Meath:

Inismott  in ‘Notes and Queries’. II, 2, (1909), 207

The Monastery of Inis-mocht. X, 4, (1944), 342-5, Illustrated

Inquisitions:

Inquisition concerning the Parishes of Co. Louth, 1658. VII, 1, (1929), 19-41

Inscribed Rocks:

A Pre-historic Scribed Rock in Tinure T.L.. IX, 3, (1939), 248-57, Illustrated

Inscribed Slates:

Smarmore Inscribed Slates. XV, 1, (1961), 21-2, Illustrated

The Smarmore Slates in ‘Varia’. XVI, 2, (1966), 132

Inscriptions:

Cusack’s Cross and Hurlestone Castle in ‘Miscellanea’. XI, 4, (1948), 314

Inscription on Monumental Slab in Wall of the Ancient Cathedral of Aghold, County Wicklow in ‘Notes and Queries’. II, 3, (1910), 324

Irish Inscriptions in County Louth in ‘Varia’. V, 3, (1923), 226

Mediaeval Lintel at Ballymascanlon. IX, 4, (1940), 344-5, Illustrated

Note on the Inscription of Louth Hall Cross. X, 3, (1943), 212-15, Illustrated

Some Inscriptions in Irish in the County of Louth. V, 1, (1921), 3-12

Two Fireplace Inscriptions, 1584 and 1612. X, 3, (1943), 216-21, Illustrated

See also Bellews; Crosses; Drogheda; Dundalk; Elcocks; O’Hanlons; Stained Glass; Tombstones

Irish Giant Deer:

The Discovery of a Skull of the Irish Giant Deer at Newtownbabe, Co. Louth. X, 2, (1942), 97-9, Illustrated

The Irish Giant Deer or “Irish Elk”. X, 2, (1942), 99-100

Irishtown:

A New Dug-out Canoe. XII, 3, (1951), 126-7, Illustrated

Iron Age:

Bronze Spearhead and Bridle-pendant in ‘Varia’. VII, 2, (1930), 289, Illustrated

Early Iron Age Decoration on the Dolmen at Rathkenny, Co. Meath. IX, 3, (1939), 258-61, Illustrated

See also Ringforts

Irvine, Sir Gerard:

Sir Gerard Irvine, Bart., buried at Dundalk, 1689 in ‘Varia’. VII, 1, (1929), 100

J

James II:

County Louth and the Jacobite War. XIV, 3, (1959), 141-7

The Jacobite Ascendancy and Williamite Revolution and Confiscations in County Louth 1684-1701. XXII, 4, (1992), 430-45

See also Military; Schomberg

Johnson, Sir William,Bart.:

Sir William Johnson, Bart. in ‘Varia’. VII, 2, (1930),

Jones, Henry

See Poets and Poetry

Jordan, James:

An Appreciation (the late James Jordan). XVII, 2, (1970), 65, Illustrated

Journal:

Alphabetical List of Articles contributed to our Journal. XIV, 4, (1960), 232-60

Alphabetical List of Contributors to the Journal from 1904 to 1957. XIV, 4, (1960), 266-78

Alphabetical List of Plates and Illustrations in the Journal. XIV, 4, (1960), 261-6

Contents of the Society’s Journal from the beginning in 1904 up to 1936. VIII, 4, (1936), 1-38 (sep. p

The Cover of the Journal. I, 1, (1904), 75-6, Illustrated

K

Kane:

The Emergence of the National System of Education in north County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 25

Kane in ‘Five Louth Souterrains’. XIX, 3, (1979), 211-12, Illustrated

Old Churches in County Louth: Baronies of Lower and Upper Dundalk. X, 1, (1941), 23

See also Ordnance Survey

Keenan, Father John Sproule:

Father John Sproule Keenan: Classical and Mercantile Academy, Dundalk 1817-1823. XXIV, 1, (1997), 60-74

Kelly:

Query re Hugh Kelly’s MS in ‘Varia’. VII, 2, (1930), 290

See also Vaults

Kieran, Most Revd Michael:

Michael Kieran, 1803-1869: Parish Priest of Dundalk, 1848-1869; Archbishop of Armagh,1866-1869. XXIII, 2, (1994), 145-80, Illustrated

Kilcurly:

The Emergence of the National System of Education in north County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 26-8

Some Souterrains in the Neighbourhood of “Killylagan”. XV, 1, (1961), 10

Kilcurry

See Souterrains

Kildemock:

Kildemock Miscellanea. XIII, 4, (1956), 412-40

A List of Families around Ardee, 1766. X, 1, (1941), 75

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 3, (1975), 192-3

Note on the Jumping Church. XV, 4, (1964), 356

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ardee. X, 3, (1943), 206-7

See also Butler’s Journal; Ordnance Survey; Saint Diomoc

Kilkerley

See Dialect, Local; Poets and Poetry

Killaconner:

A Cross-slab from County Louth. XVII, 2, (1970), 113, Illustrated

Killaine:

Killaine in Sleive Breagh. I, 3, (1906), 54-8

Killaine in Slieve Breagh. II, 1, (1908), 27-8

Killaine in Slieve Breagh. II, 4, (1911), 375-81

Killally (barony of Upper Dundalk):

A Surveyor’s Report on some Townlands of County Louth, c. 1700. XVII, 3, (1971), 151-2

Townland Survey of County Louth: Killally. VIII, 4, (1936), 354, Illustrated

See also Souterrains

Killanny:

The Burial Place of St. Fanchea. II, 3, (1910), 282-4

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ardee. X, 3, (1943), 207

See also Louthiana; Ordnance Survey

Killeavy, County Armagh

See Churches; Murphy, Father Edmond

Killin:

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern. I, 4, (1907), 57-60, Illustrated

Killincoole:

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Louth. X, 2, (1942), 103

See also Cess Payers; Ordnance Survey

Killineer:

Seven Battles: Irish, Danes and Anglo-Normans. III, 3, (1914), 259

See also Duleek

Kilmalloo

See Churches

Kilnasaggart Stone:

Kilnasaggart. II, 2, (1909), 186-90, Illustrated

Kilnasaggart Stone. I, 1, (1904), 47-9, Illustrated

Kilnasaggart Stone in ‘Notes and Queries’. I, 2, (1905), 92

Kilpatrick:

Historical Notes on the Townlands of Drakestown and Kilpatrick. XII, 1, (1949), 29-81, Illustrated

Kildemock Miscellanea. XIII, 4, (1956), 412-13

Supplementary Notes on Anaglog, Drakestown, Kilpatrick, Paughanstown, Roestown and Hacklim. XIII, 1, (1953), 80

Townland Survey of County Louth: Kilpatrick. X, 4, (1944), 327-35, Illustrated

Two Stone Lamps from County Louth. XIX, 3, (1979), 238-9, Illustrated

Kilsaran:

The Emergence of the National System of Education in north County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 33-5

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Ardee. X, 3, (1943), 207

See also Ordnance Survey; Tithe Applotments

Kilslaughtery:

The Burial Place of St. Fanchea. II, 3, (1910), 281-2

Kilwore

See Proleek

Kircock:

Stone in Kircock T.L. in ‘Varia’. VII, 4, (1932), 557

Kitchen Middens:

An Early Kitchen-midden in County Louth. XI, 3, (1947), 169-74, Illustrated

Further Early Kitchen Middens in County Louth. XII, 1, (1949), 14-20, Illustrated

Kitchen-midden at Carlingford. XI, 4, (1948), 288-91, Illustrated

Midden Deposits in Td. Liberties of Carlingford and Td. Haggardstown, Co. Louth. XIX, 2, (1978), 142-3, Illustrated

Knock Abbey:

Knock Abbey. V, 3, (1923), 179-83, Illustrated

See also Stained Glass

Knock na Seangan:

The Abbey of SS. Peter and Paul. Knock. IV, 1, (1916), 62-9, Illustrated

See also Louth

Knockbridge:

Cuchulainn’s Pillar Stone. I, 4, (1907), 47-50, Illustrated

The Emergence of the National System of Education in north County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 28-31

See also Butler’s Journal

Knockcor:

A Surveyor’s Report on some Townlands of County Louth, c. 1700. XVII, 3, (1971), 153

L

Lacknagreagh:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Lacknagreagh. VII, 3, (1931), 385, Illustrated

Lamb, Father Patrick

See Poets and Poetry

Landed Gentry:

The Landed Gentry of the County of Louth in the Age of the Tudors. XXII, 1, (1989), 67-81, Illustrated

Landless, The:

The Landless in Mid-nineteenth-century County Louth. XVI, 2, (1966), 103-10, Illustrated

Lectures:

Annual Address. I, 2, (1905), 5-16

Annual Address:The Ardagh Chalice. I, 3, (1906), 5-14, Illustrated

Inaugural Address. I, 1, (1904), 5-12

The Inaugural Lecture (The Bronze Age in Ireland). II, 4, (1911), 413-14

Mr Cooke’s Lecture. I, 3, (1906), 84-7, Illustrated

See also Manuscripts

Legal:

The Case of Nicholas John. XV, 3, (1963), 273-6

Jurors of Co. Louth in 1777. VI, 4, (1928), 275-6

Law in Dundalk in 1719. X, 3, (1943), 260-1

See also Chancery Pleadings; Townlands

Legends:

Cahir Cuchulainn or “Cuchulainn’s House”, Co. Kerry in ‘Notes and Queries’. III, 2, (1913), 193, Illustrated

The Early Legends of County Louth. I, 2, (1905), 39-44

Early Legends of Louth. I, 1, (1904), 13-21

Early Legends of Louth. I, 4, (1907), 51-2

The Legend of Proleek. I, 3, (1906), 46-8, Illustrated

Omeath. III, 3, (1914), 216-17

See also Balregan; Cuchulainn; Fianna; Gearóid Iarla; Place-names; Saint Brendan

Leslie, Revd. J.B.:

The late Reverend Canon J.B. Leslie, D. Lit.,M.R.I.A.. XII, 3, (1951), 118

Lisachiggle:

Lisnachuggle: A County Louth Cathair. II, 4, (1911), 434-5, Illustrated

See also Excavations

Lismanus:

Townland Survey of County Louth: Lismanus. X, 2, (1942), 112, Illustrated

Lisnarann

See Louthiana

Lisnawully:

Some further Louth Souterrains. III, 1, (1912), 21-2, Illustrated

Lisrenny

See Souterrains

Loughcrew, County Meath:

The Great Burial Mounds at Loughcrew, County Meath. II, 3, (1910), 247-53, Illustrated

Louth:

The Genesis of the Diocese of Clogher. IV, 2, (1917), 129-59, Illustrated

Gravestone Inscriptions: St. Mary’s “Abbey”, Louth. XIX, 4, (1980), 297-317, Illustrated

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern. I, 3, (1906), 41-2, Illustrated

Lughmagh – Cluain-caoin, Knock na-Seangan. I, 4, (1907), 23-7

The Medieval Borough of Louth: an Archaeological Study. XXI, 1, (1985), 8-22, Illustrated

Old Churches in County Louth: Barony of Louth. X, 2, (1942), 103-6, Illustrated

Records of County Louth. VII, 2, (1930), 280-1

Some Inscriptions in Irish in the County of Louth. V, 1, (1921), 10-12

St. Mary’s Abbey, Louth. IV, 2, (1917), 169-89

See also Abbeys; Butler’s Journal; Churches; Ordnance Survey; Seals

Louth (manor):

Notes on the Devolution of Title to the Manors of Louth, Castlering and Ash, County Louth. XXI, 3, (1987), 257-73, Illustrated

Louth (parish):

The 1766 Religious Census for some County Louth Parishes. XIV, 2, (1958), 112-13

The Emergence of the National System of Education in north County Louth. XVIII, 1, (1973), 28-31

Materials for the Dublin Society Agricultural Survey of County Louth. XVIII, 3, (1975), 188-90

A Survey of the Estate of Lord Louth in 1832-1833. XXIII, 2, (1994), 232-5

Louthiana:

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern. I, 2, (1905), 17-22, Illustrated

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern. I, 3, (1906), 38-45, Illustrated

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern. I, 4, (1907), 57-61, Illustrated

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern – Castle Ring Moat. II, 4, (1911), 429-30 & 426, Illustrated

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern – Dundugan Fort. II, 2, (1909), 139, Illustrated

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern – Fort at Ballinahattina, Dundalk. II, 4, (1911), 428-9, Illustrated

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern – Killany Moat. II, 4, (1911), 426-8, Illustrated

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern – Lisnarann. II, 2, (1909), 140-1, Illustrated

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern – Mount Ash. II, 1, (1908), 85 and 87, Illustrated

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern – Raskeagh. II, 1, (1908), 87-9, Illustrated

Louthiana: Ancient and Modern – Rathdrumin. II, 1, (1908), 86-7, Illustrated

Louthiana: Past and Present, 1748-1910 – Mount or Moat Albani. II, 3, (1910), 299-300, Illustrated

Wright’s “Louthiana” and Boswell’s “Historical Antiquities of England and Wales” in ‘Notes and Queries’. III, 1, (1912), 109

See also Wright, Thomas

Lurgangreen:

Seven Battles: Irish, Danes and Anglo-Normans. III, 3, (1914), 260

Lurgankeel:

Some further Louth Souterrains. III, 1, (1912), 25

Lyons, Dr Patrick:

Our Late President (Most Revd Dr Patrick Lyons). XII, 1, (1949), 1-3, Illustrated

MC

McAlinden, Patrick:

Poets of Kilkerley and Neighbourhood. IV, 4, (1919-20), 292-7

MacAlister, James:

McAlister or McAlester in ‘Varia’. XI, 1, (1945), 63

Mac an Bhall, Domhnall:

Domhnall Mac na Bhall in ‘Varia’. VII, 4, (1932), 557

McCarthy, Timothy J.:

Timothy J. McCarthy. XXIII, 2, (1994), 143-4, Illustrated

McClintocks

See Georgian Society

McCooey, Art:

The History of the Parish of Creggan in the 17th and 18th Centuries. IX, 2, (1938), 148-60

See also Poets and Poetry

McCool, Finn

See Fianna

MacCuarta, Séamus Dall:

Filíocht an Daill Mhic Cuarta. XVII, 4, (1972), 201-14

The History of the Parish of Creggan in the 17th and 18th Centuries. IX, 2, (1938), 135-43

The Poets and Poetry of Kilkerley. IV, 1, (1916), 42-60

McDermotts:

Old Times in Dundalk and its Neighbourhood. III, 2, (1913), 183-5

The Poets and Poetry of Kilkerley. IV, 1, (1916), 49-52

See also Manuscripts

MacDomhnaill, Aodh:

The Philosopy of Aodh MacDomhnaill. III, 4, (1915), 311-17

MacDomhnaill, Ragnall Dall:

The History of the Parish of Creggan in the 17th and 18th Centuries. IX, 2, (1938), 143-8

Ragnall Dall Mac Domhnaill. X, 1, (1941), 42-9, Illustrated

McGee, Thomas D’Arcy:

A County Louth Canadian Statesman in ‘Notes and Varia’. X, 3, (1943), 261

MacHenry, Father Brian:

Father Brian MacHenry, Drogheda, 1757. VI, 3, (1927), 135

Father Brian MacHenry, O.P., Drogheda. VI, 4, (1928), 250-2

MacIomhair, Very Revd Diarmuid:

Father Diarmuid MacÍomhair. XX, 3, (1983), 173-4, Illustrated

See also Bibliography

McMahon, Father Bernard:

Bernard MacMahon: Priest and Scientist. IX, 4, (1940), 267-79

McMahons:

Before Kinsale – and After. III, 4, (1915), 330-8

Gold Ring (note). X, 1, (1941), 49, Illustrated

Owen or Eugene MacMahon, Archbishop of Dublin in ‘Notes and Queries’. III, 4, (1915), 396

See also Black Rent; Poets and Poetry

MacMurphy, Séamus:

A South Armagh Outlaw. IX, 2, (1938), 96-114, Illustrated

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