The Maynooth Local Studies Series, recent issues, the Offaly volumes and the entire series listed here. Sources for Offaly History and Society, number 10.

The current issue of Irish Historical Studies (no. 165, May 2020) has a featured review of five issues from the Maynooth Local Studies series published in 2019. That brought the number issued to 144. We attach the list to 144 for your convenience and we bring to your attention the latest batch of four. Raymond Gillespie is the quiet man behind the series and who has acted as general editor since its inception in 1995. The reviewer in IHS, Maura Cronin, reminds of his characterising local history as being ‘primarily about people in places over time’. Place is described as the bedrock of local history, but it must be seen in the context of the actions of people and the pivotal role of historical research  is looking for the forces of disruption and of cohesion. What brought people together and what drove them apart.

The four new issues of 2020

Four new volumes have been published in the Maynooth Studies in Local History series (general editor Professor Raymond Gillespie). The volumes by Denis Casey, Emma Lyons, Brendan Scott and Jonathan Wright and can be ordered via Offaly History Centre.

The latest issues of 2020


This year’s Maynooth Studies in Local History, like many of their predecessors, span not only the entire country from the urban world of industrial Belfast to rural tranquillity in Kildare but also occupy the full gamut of Irish history from the twelfth century to the late nineteenth. They encompass town and countryside from plantation Belturbet to the rolling plains of Meath recorded in the charters written in Ireland’s most famous manuscript, the Book of Kells. Together they reconstruct lost worlds and the experiences of living in them.

Some of the stories that they tell are gory. The Belfast parricide John Linn who murdered his father with a chisel before being transported to Australia provides not only a moral tale about the seamy side of industrial Belfast but also a method of achieving fame. After his death his skull became a subject of fascination for those who practiced the art of phrenology, measuring the bumps on his head.

Other stories are less gruesome. In the case of the study of the Morriston Lattin estate in Kildare it is a tale of survival of a Catholic landed family in the age of the ‘penal laws’. This is a story of ingenuity and subterfuge as generations of catholic landowners not only protected themselves but also their tenants from the interference of the Dublin administration. The records they generated reveal a hidden Ireland not in the remote west but within a day’s journey of the capital.

Belturbet was further from Dublin than the Lattin estate but there is also a story of survival to be revealed as settlers and natives built a new world on the edge of the Ulster plantation. In creating a new world, both physically in the new buildings that went up in the town and mentally in the minds of those who lived there, they survived rebellion and prosperity to shape the seventeenth century to meet their own needs and revealed in the Belturbet corporation books.

If the shape of Belturbet and Morriston Lattin can be reconstrued from plentiful evidence 12th century Meath is revealed in only a few rather intractable sources. The great codex of medieval Ireland, The Book of Kells, was used as a notebook to record land transactions that were not to be forgotten – an early example of vandalism producing one of the most valuable sources we have. Yet understanding these sources is not easy relying on understanding context and motivation. Tigernán Ua Ruairic and his activities helps to reveal the significance of the se elusive documents in a detective story in which the chase is as thrilling as the outcome.

Studies from Offaly published in the Maynooth series

Sheil, Helen, Falling into wretchedness: Ferbane in the 1830s (1998) ISBN 0-7165-2704-9

This was the first volume dealing with a parish in Offaly in the Maynooth series. It drew on the King estate papers together with parliamentary reports to ably elucidate the state of affairs in Ferbane in the pre-famine decade. This volume is long sold out but there are copies to consult in Offaly History Centre.

Edenderry, County Offaly and the Downshire Estate 1790 – 1800 – Ciaran J. Reilly (Dublin, 2007), 62 pp.

In the history of the 1798 rising in Ireland Offaly is regarded as the forgotten county.  It was not the scene of major military activity, but that does not mean that it was unaffected by the disturbances that afflicted the Irish midlands in that year.  This study shows that in one part of the county around the old Quaker settlement of Edenderry, the agrarian secret societies that underlay the rising were as active as in many other parts of Ireland.   In particular, problems between the landlord the marquis of Downshire and his tenants, fed social tensions produced by more general economic conditions to ensure that Edenderry would be as disturbed as many other parts of the country during the years 1795-7.  Why then did these problems not translate into more open violence during 1798 itself?  This study answers these crucial questions, central to understanding the history of the 1798 rising at a local level.

John Plunket Joly and the Great Famine in King’s County – Ciaran Reilly (Dublin, 2012), 56pp.

This is a study based on the diary of John Plunket Joly (1826-58) and examines his world during the years of the Great Famine in County Offaly.  The Jolys were the principal landlords in Clonast parish in east Offaly.  The diarist brother was the great book collector Jaspar Robert Joly, while another famous cousin was the astronomer Charles Jaspar Joly, born in Tullamore in 1864. 

The diarist son was the distinguished geologist, John Joly.  For the Joly family it seems life was undisturbed by the failure of the potato and their daily activities of music, dancing and socialising remained features throughout the period.  The Joly family is of French origin and their estates were small by comparison with that of Digby and Charleville, also in King’s County.  The book contains some fascinating illustrations now of immense value as historical evidence.

William Steuart Trench and his management of the Digby Estate, King’s County – Mary Delaney, (Dublin, 2012), 56pp.This book sets out to establish what the ‘true realities’ were on the Digby estate in Geashill during the tenure of the notorious and reforming land agent William Steuart Trench over the period from his arrival in 1857 to his departure in 1871.  These were critical years in the development of Geashill as we know it today.

Offaly History Centre Library has a full collection of the 148 volumes and has some for sale second hand. Copies are still available to purchase of Joly, Downshire and Trench – both excellent studies.

The series no 1 to 144 – a useful reference work

  1. Connell, Paul, Parson, priest and master: national education in Co Meath 1824-41 (1995) ISBN 0-7165-2570-4
  2. Cronin, Denis A., A Galway gentleman in the age of improvement: Robert French of Monivea 1716-79 (1995) ISBN 0-7165-2572-0
  3. Ó Dálaigh, Brian, Ennis in the eighteenth century: portrait of an urban community (1995) ISBN 0-7165-2571-2
  4. Ó Maitiú, Séamas, The humours of Donnybrook: Dublin’s famous fair and its suppression (1995) ISBN 0-165-2569-0
  5. Broderick, David, An early toll-road: the Dublin-Dunleer turnpike, 1731-1855 (1996) ISBN 0-7165-2595-X
  6. Crawford, John, St Catherine’s Parish, Dublin 1840-1900: portrait of a Church of Ireland community (1996) ISBN 0-7165-2593-3
  7. Gacquin, William, Roscommon before the Famine: the parishes of Kiltoom and Cam, 1749-1845 (1996) ISBN 0-7165-2597-6
  8. Kelly, Francis, Window on a Catholic parish: St Mary’s Granard, Co. Longford, 1933-68 (1996) ISBN 0-7165-2594-1
  9. Smith, Charles V., Dalkey: society and economy in a small medieval Irish town (1996) ISBN-0-7165 2596-8
  10. O’Dowd, Desmond J., Changing times: religion and society in nineteenth-century Celbridge (1997) ISBN: 0-7165-2635-2
  11. Ó Duigneáin, Proinnsíos, The priest and the Protestant woman (1997) ISBN 0-7165-2639-5
  12. King, Thomas, Carlow: the manor and town, 1674-1721 (1997 ) ISBN 0-7165-2634-4
  13. Byrne, Joseph, War and peace: the survival of the Talbots of Malahide, 1641-71 (1997) ISBN 0-7165-2629-8
  14. Cullen, Bob, Thomas L. Synnott: the career of a Dublin Catholic, 1830-70 (1997) ISBN 0-7165-2630-1
  15. Sheil, Helen, Falling into wretchedness: Ferbane in the 1830s (1998) ISBN 0-7165-2704-9
  16. Gilligan, James, Graziers and grasslands: portrait of a rural Meath community, 1854-1914 (1998) ISBN 0-7165-2699-9
  17. Lambe, Miriam, A Tipperary estate: Castle Otway, Templederry, 1750-1853 (1998) ISBN 0-7165-2705-7
  18. Clare, Liam, Victorian Bray: a town adapts to changing times (1998) ISBN 0-7165-2700-6
  19. McHugh, Ned, Drogheda before the Famine (1998) ISBN 0-7165-2709-X
  20. Barnard, T.C., The abduction of a Limerick heiress (1998) ISBN 0-8165-2715-4
  21. O’Brien, Seamus, Famine and community in Mullingar Poor Law Union, 1845-1849 (1999) ISBN 0-7165-2678-6
  22. Fitzgerald, Séamus, Mackerel and the making of Baltimore, Co. Cork, 1879-1913 (1999) ISBN 0-7165-2681-6
  23. Ní Liatháin, Íde, The life and career of P.A. McHugh, 1859-1909: a footsoldier of the party (1999) ISBN 0-7165-2677-8
  24. Moffitt, Miriam, The Church of Ireland community of Killala and Achonry, 1870-1940 (1999) ISBN 0-7165-2682-4
  25. Murtagh, Ann, Portrait of a Westmeath tenant community, 1879-85. The Barbavilla murder (1999) ISBN 0-7165-2673-5
  26. Lenehan, Jim, Politics and society in Athlone, 1830-1885 (1999) ISBN 0-7165-2676-X
  27. Coleman, Anne, Riotous Roscommon: social unrest in the 1840s (1999) ISBN 0-7165-2671-9
  28. Ní Mhurchadha, Maighréad, The Customs and Excise service in Fingal, 1684-1765 (1999) ISBN 0-7165-2672-7
  29. Lawlor, Chris, Canon Frederick Donovan’s Dunlavin, 1884-1896 (2000) ISBN 0-7165-2724-3
  30. Massey, Eithne, Prior Roger Outlaw of Kilmainham (2000) ISBN 0-7165-2726-X
  31. Dooley, Terence A.M., The Plight of Monaghan Protestants, 1912-26 (2000) ISBN 0-7165-2725-1
  32. Friel, Patricia, Frederick Trench (1746-1836) and Heywood, Queen’s County (2000) ISBN 0-7165-2721-9
  33. Hunt, Tom, Portlaw, County Waterford, 1825-7: portrait of an industrial village and its cotton industry (2000) ISBN 0-7165-2722-7
  34. Gurrin, Brian, A century of struggle in Delgany and Kilcoole (2000) ISBN 0-7165-2723-5
  35. Crawford, William H., The management of a major Ulster estate in the late eighteenth century (2001) ISBN 0-7165-2743-x
  36. Mulryan Moloney, Maeve, Nineteenth century elementary education in the archdiocese of Tuam (2001) ISBN 0-7165-2714-3
  37. Lane, Fintan, In search of Thomas Sheahan (2001) ISBN 0-7165-2742-1
  38. Doyle, Anthony, Charles Powell Leslie II’s estates at Glaslough, County Monaghan (2001) ISBN 0-7165-2739-1
  39. Ní Ghiobúin, Mealla, Dugort, Achill Island, 1831-1861 (2001) ISBN 0-7165-2740-5
  40. Cullen, Frank, Cleansing rural Dublin (2001) ISBN 0-7165-2738-3
  41. Urwin, Margaret, A County Wexford family in the Land War (2002) ISBN 1-85182-709-9
  42. Cronin, Elizabeth, Fr. Michael Dungan’s Blanchardstown, 1836-1868 (2002) ISBN 1-85182-711-0
  43. Stewart, Austin, Coalisland, County Tyrone, in the Industrial Revolution, 1800-1901 (2002) ISBN 1-85182-708-0
  44. Coldrick, Bryn, Rossin, County Meath (2002) ISBN 1-85182-710-2
  45. Ó Cadhla, Stiofán, The holy well tradition (2002) ISBN 1-85182-706-4
  46. Sweeney, Frank, The murder of Conell Boyle, County Donegal, 1898 (2002) ISBN 0-85182-707-2
  47. Conwell, John Joseph, A Galway landlord during the Great Famine (2003) ISBN 0-85182-762-5
  48. Lucey, Donnacha Seán, The Irish National League in Dingle, County Kerry, 1885-1892 (2003) ISBN 1-85182-765-x
  49. Clarke, Joe, Christopher Dillon Bellew and his Galway estates, 1763-1826 (2003) ISBN 0-85182-763-3
  50. Goodbody, Rob, Sir Charles Domvile and his Shankhill estate, County Dublin, 1857-1871 (2003) ISBN 0-85182-761-7
  51. Candon, Gerardine, Headford, County Galway, 1775-1901 (2003) ISBN 1-85182-764-1
  52. Gallagher, Ronan, Violence and nationalist politics in Derry City, 1920-1923 (2003) ISBN 0-85182-760-9
  53. Fallon, Rosaleen, A County Roscommon wedding, 1892 (2004) ISBN 0-85182-820-6
  54. Friel, Mary, Dancing as a social pastime in the south-east of Ireland, 1800-1897 (2004) ISBN 0-85182-815-x
  55. Kennedy, Edward, The land movement in Tullaroan, County Kilkenny, 1879-1891 (2004) ISBN 0-85182-819-2
  56. Dooley, Terence, Inniskeen, 1912-1918 (2004) ISBN 0-85182-816-8
  57. Clare, Liam, Enclosing the commons (2004) ISBN 0-85182-818-4
  58. Connell, Carmel, Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin, 1832-1900 (2004) ISBN 0-85182-817-6
  59. Collins, Sinéad, Balrothery Poor Law Union, County Dublin, 1839-1851 (2005) ISBN 1-85182-893-1
  60. Kelly, Liam, Kiltubrid, County Leitrim (2005) ISBN 1-85182-898-2
  61. Hall, Donal, World War 1 and nationalist politics in County Louth, 1914-1920 (2005) ISBN 1-85182-896-6
  62. Purdue, Olwen, The MacGeough Bonds of the Argory (2005) ISBN 1-85182-894-X
  63. Twomey, Brendan, Smithfield and the parish of St. Paul, Dublin, 1698-1750 (2005) ISBN 1-85182-895-8
  64. Kelly, James, The Liberty and Ormond boys (2005) ISBN 1-85182-897-4
  65. Coughlan, Brian, Achill Island tattie-hokers in Scotland and the Kirkintilloch tragedy, 1937 (2006) ISBN 1-84682-003-0
  66. Clare, Linda, On the edge of the Pale (2006) ISBN 1-84682-004-9
  67. McMahon, Michael, The murder of Thomas Douglas Bateson, County Monaghan, 1851 (2006) ISBN 1-84682-008-1
  68. Coffey, Leigh-Ann, The planters of Luggacurrran, County Laois (2006) ISBN 1-84682-007-3
  69. Busteed, Mervyn, Castle Caldwell, County Fermanagh (2006) ISBN 1-84682-006-5
  70. Moran, Gerard, Sir Robert Gore Booth and his landed estate in County Sligo, 1814-1876 (2006) ISBN 1-84682-005-7
  71. Scott, Brendan, Cavan, 1609-1653 (2007) ISBN 978-1-84682-062-5
  72. Roulston, William J., Restoration Strabane, 1660-1714 (2007) ISBN 978-1-84682-060-1
  73. Dunnigan, Diane, A south Roscommon emigrant (2007) ISBN 978-1-84682-058-8
  74. Reilly, Ciarán, Edenderry, County Offaly, and the Downshire estate, 1790-1800 (2007) ISBN 978-1-84682-061-8
  75. Broderick, David, Local government in nineteenth century County Dublin (2007) ISBN 978-1-84682-057-1
  76. Bagnall, Sean, Tallaght, 1835-1850 (2008) ISBN 978-1-84882-113-4
  77. Kelly, Jennifer,‘The downfall of Hagan’: Sligo Ribbonism in 1842 (2008) ISBN 978-1-84682-115-8
  78. Lally, Bernadette, Print culture in Loughrea, 1850-1900 (2008) ISBN 978-1-84682-116-5
  79. Rees, Jim, The Fishery of Arklow, 1800-1950 (2008) ISBN 978-1-84682-118-9
  80. Vesey, Padraig, The murder of Major Mahon, Strokestown, County Roscommon, 1847 (2008) ISBN 978-1-84682-119-6
  81. MacCarthy, R.B., The diocese of Lismore, 1801-1869 (2008) ISBN 978-1-84682-117-2
  82. Milne, Kenneth, The Dublin liberties, 1600-1850 (2009) ISBN 978-1-84682-191-2
  83. Cronin, Denis A., Who killed the Franks family? Four Courts Press, Dublin (2009) ISBN 98-1-84682-190-5
  84. Priestley, Ciarán, Clonsilla and the Rebellion of 1798 (2009) ISBN 978-1-84682-192-9
  85. Powell, Martyn J., Piss-pots, printers and public opinion in eighteenth-century Dublin (2009) ISBN 978-1-84682-193-6
  86. McDermott, Micheál, Gypsum mining and the Shirley estate in south Monaghan, 1800-1936 (2009) ISBN 978-1-84682-059-5
  87. Twomey, Brendan, Dublin in 1707 (2009) ISBN 978-1-84682-194-3
  88. Matthews, Ann, The Kimmage Garrison, 1916 (2010) ISBN 978-1-84682-259-9
  89. O’Brien, Helen, The Famine clearance in Toomevara, County Tipperary (2010) ISBN 978-1-84682-260-5
  90. Bairéad, Eoin C., The bombing of Dolphin’s Barn, Dublin, 1941 (2010) ISBN 978-1-84682-261-2
  91. McCarthy, Tony, The Shaws of Terenure (2010) ISBN 978-1-84682-262-9
  92. Cronin, Maura, The death of Fr John Walsh at Kilgraney (2010) ISBN 978-1-84682-263-6
  93. McGettigan, Darren, The Donegal Plantation and the Tír Chonaill Irish, 1610-1710 (2010) ISBN 978-1-84682-264-3
  94. Kraus, Erin, Wise-woman of Kildare: Moll Anthony and popular tradition in the east of Ireland (2011) ISBN 978-1-84682-292-6
  95. Kenny, Tomás, Galway: politics and society, 1910-23 (2011) ISBN 978-1-84682-293-3
  96. Luddy, Maria, Matters of deceit: breach of promise to marry cases in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Limerick (2011) ISBN 978-1-84682-294-0
  97. Moffitt, Miriam, Clanricarde’s planters and land agitation in east Galway, 1886-1916 (2011) ISBN 978-1-84682-295-7
  98. Mullaney-Dignam, Karol, Music and dancing at Castletown, County Kildare, 1759-1821 (2011) ISBN 978-1-84682-296-4
  99. Pegley, Suzanna M., The Land Commission and the making of Ráth Cairn: the first Gaeltacht colony (2011) ISBN 978-1-84682-297-1
  100. Cunningham, Bernadette, Clanricard and Thomond, 1540-1640 provincial politics and society transformed (2012) ISBN 978-1-84682-352-7
  101. Delaney, Mary, William Steuart Trench and his management of the Digby Estate, King’s County, 1857-71 (2012) ISBN 978-1-84682-353-4
  102. Mooney, Joe, The changing fortunes of the Headfort estates, 1870-1928 (2012) ISBN 978-1-84682-354-1
  103. Reilly, Ciarán, John Plunket Joly and the Great Famine in King’s County (2012) ISBN 978-1-84682-355-8
  104. Fleming, Catherine, The transportation of women from Kildare to Van Diemen’s Land in 1849 (2012) ISBN 978-1-84682-356-5
  105. Cosgrove, Patrick, The Ranch War in Riverstown, Co. Sligo, 1908 (2012) ISBN 978-1-84682-357-2
  106. Costello, Alan, Portmarnock and the Plunketts, 1850-1918: the Portmarnock Brick and Terracotta Works (2013) ISBN 978-1-84682-403-6
  107. Crehan, Tom, Marcella Gerrard’s Galway estate, 1820-70 (2013) ISBN 978-1-84682-401-2
  108. Joyce, Edmund, Borris House, Co. Carlow, and elite regency patronage (2013) ISBN 978-1-84682-404-3
  109. Scuffil, Catherine, The South Circular Road, Dublin, on the eve of the First World War (2013) ISBN 978-1-84682-405-0
  110. Thorpe, Ruth, Women, architecture and building in the east of Ireland, c.1790-1840 (2013) ISBN 978-1-84682-400-5
  111. Whearity, Peter F., The Easter Rising of 1916 in north County Dublin: a Skerries perspective (2013) ISBN 978-1-84682-402-9
  112. Masterson, Rory, Medieval Fore, County Westmeath (2014) ISBN 978-1-84682-5132
  113. O’Connor, Emmet, Derry Labour in the age of agitation, 1889-1923: New unionism and old, 1889-1906  (2014) ISBN ISBN 978-1-84682-5149
  114. Rogan, Marion, Charles Tisdall of County Meath, 1740-51 (2014) ISBN 978-1-84682-5156
  115. Cronin, Neil, The medical profession and the exercise of power in early nineteenth-century Cork (2014) ISBN ISBN 978-1-84682-5170
  116. Kelly, Michael, Struggle and strife on a Mayo estate, 1833-1903 (2014) ISBN ISBN 978-1-84682-5187
  117. Dooley, Gerard, Nenagh, 1914-21: years of crises (2015) ISBN 978-1-84682-577-4
  118. Doyle, David, The Reverend Thomas Goff, 1772-1844: property, propinquity and Protestantism (2015) ISBN 978-1-84682-578-1
  119. Empey, Adrian, Gowran, Co. Kilkenny, 1190-1610: custom and conflict in a baronial town (2015) ISBN 978-1-84682-579-8
  120. Grace, Pierce A., The middle class of Callan, Co. Kilkenny, 1825-45 (2015) ISBN 978-1-84682-580-4
  121. Donoghue, Fergal, Crime in the city: Kilkenny in 1845 (2015) ISBN 978-1-84682-581-1
  122. O’Riordan, Ann, East Galway agrarian agitation and the burning of Ballydugan house, 1922 (2015) ISBN 978-1-84682-582-8
  123. Casey, Denis, The Nugents of Westmeath and Queen Elizabeth’s Irish primer (2016) ISBN 978-1-84682-608-5
  124. Darcy, Eamon, The world of Thomas Ward: sex and scandal in late seventeenth-century Co. Antrim (2016) ISBN 978-1-84682-609-2
  125. McCarthy, Martin, The committal of two Mallow children to an industrial school in 1893 (2016) ISBN 978-1-84682-610-8
  126. O’Connor, Emmet, Derry Labour in the age of agitation, 1889-1923: Larkinism and syndicalism, 1907-23 (2016) ISBN 978-1-84682-611-5
  127. Symes, Glascott J.R.M., Sir John Keane and Cappoquin House in time of war and revolution (2016) ISBN 978-1-84682-613-9
  128. Brady, Declan, Culture, politics and local government in Fingal, 1891-1914 (2017) ISBN 978-1-84682-641-2
  129. Cabal, Marc, Kerry, 1600-1730: the emergence of a British Atlantic county (2017) ISBN 978-1-84682-642-9
  130. Dooley, Terence, Castle Hyde: the changing fortunes of an Irish country house (2017) ISBN 978-1-84682-643-6
  131. Martin, Susan Marie, The Shawlies: Cork’s women street traders and the ‘merchant city’, 1901-50 (2017) ISBN 978-1-84682-644-3
  132. Moody, Janet, The tenement dwellers of Church Street, Dublin, 1911 (2017) ISBN 978-1-84682-645-0
  133. McDonald, Clair, The eighteenth-century landscape of Stradbally Hall, Co. Laois (2017) ISBN 978-1-84682-646-7
  134. Flanagan, Catherine, The Great Famine in Kinsale (2018) ISBN 978-1-84682-723-5
  135. Moran, Gerard, Fleeing from famine in Connemara: James Hack Tuke and his assisted emigation scheme in the 1880s (2018) ISBN 978-1-84682-721-1
  136. Nolan, Michael, The Parnell split in Westmeath: the bishop and the newspaper editor (2018) ISBN 978-1-84682-719-8
  137. O’Keeffe, Tadhg, Tristernagh Priory, County Westmeath: colonial monasticism in medieval Ireland (2018) ISBN 978-1-84682-718-1
  138. Smith, Cathal, Thomas Bermingham: nineteenth-century land agent and ‘improver’ (2018) ISBN 978-1-84682-720-4
  139. Stanfiel, Heather, The Walker Testimonial and symbolic confict in Derry (2018) ISBN 978-1-84682-722-8
  140. Breen, Mary, Waterford port and harbour, 1815-42 (2019) ISBN 978-1-84682-800-3
  141. Leeson, Suzanne, The Kirwan murder case, 1852: a glimpse of the Irish Protestant middle class in the mid-nineteenth century (2019) ISBN 978-1-84682-801-0
  142. O’Ferrall, Fergus, John Ferrall: master of Sligo workhouse, 1852-66 (2019) ISBN 978-1-84682-803-4
  143. Ó Luain, Kerron, Rathcoole and the United Irish Rebellions, 1798-1803 (2019) ISBN 978-1-84682-804-1
  144. Whelan, Oliver, Landholding in the new English settlement of Hacketstown, Co. Carlow, 1635-1875 (2019) ISBN 978-1-84682-805-8.
  145. For numbers 145–8 see above.