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Brendan Hall

 15 July 2017
It is with great sorrow that I need to announce that Brendan Hall, the curator of this website, passed away recently.
This website which has been active for almost twenty years, is a unique source of genealogical and historical information on Co Louth. It averages 50,000 hits a year from all over the world.
It is my intention to maintain this website and to update it as often as I can.
Unfortunately as I am not a genealogist, I cannot respond to requests for genealogical advice, and I would respectfully ask those with genealogical queries to look to others for information in that regard. Thank you Donal Hall

Louth and WWI

1914-1918 - The Returned Army: County Louth Servicemen in the Great War by Donal Hall. This is an on-going list, now with some 1,600 names, that complements his book on County Louth war dead (more than 800 recorded). The list has been updated with the names of 60 men from the Australian Forces, all with County Louth connections. The commitment of men and women to the war effort was immense.

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  • 1654 The Barony of Dundalk in the Down Survey

    The distribution of the estates forfeited in consequence of the Rebellion of 1641.

  • 1665-1882 Index to County Louth Title Deeds

    An index of around 7,000 names found in title deeds published in the Journal of the County Louth Archaeological & Historical Society

  • County Louth in 1837

    From Lewis's Topographical Dictionary. Includes List of County Louth Subscribers.