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JOURNAL OF THE LOUTH ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY

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Hon. Editor:  Mr Noel Ross, 5 Oliver Plunkett Park, Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland

Email: clahj@eircom.net

 

For an index of the journal articles from 1904 (first year of publication) to 2002:

http://www.xs4all.nl/~tbreen/Journals/Louth.html

 

For an alphabetical Index of Journal Illustrations 1904 - 2000 click Here

For an alphabetical Index of the Journal by "Author", "Subject" and "Books Reviewed", visit the Society Web Site at http://www.clahs.com/index.html

 

CLAHJ volume XXIV part 2 (1998)

The Background to the Events of the Insurrection of 1798 in Dundalk and North Louth by Harold O'Sullivan

Townland Survey of County Louth: Moneymore by James Garry

The Diary of Marianne Fortescue, 1797 - 1800 by Noel Ross

The Marmion Family of Carlingford to 1660 by William F.K. Marmion

Archaeological Excavations of a Souterrain at Farrendreg, County Louth by Deirdre Murphy

The Louth Militia Mutiny of 1900 by Donal Hall

Old Title Deeds of County Louth: Further Dundalk Deeds: Seatown 1808-1819 by Noel Ross

 

CLAHJ volume XXIV part 3 (1999)

The Holy Wells of County Louth by Larry Conlon

The Diary of Marianne Fortescue, 1797-1800 by Noel Ross

Louth Wild Geese Veterans in the Hôtel Des Invalides by E. O'hAnnracháin

The Array of the Militia in County Louth in 1745 by Noel Ross & Brendan Hall

A History of the Eastwood Family in Ireland, 1600-1850 by Rev. D.M. Eastwood

A Souterrain at Haynestown, County Louth by Cóilín Ó Drisceoil

Darver Burial Register, 1787-1828 by Noel Ross

 

CLAHJ volume XXIV part 4 (2000)

The Holy Wells of County Louth, Part 2 by Larry Conlon

The Diary of Marianne Fortescue, 1816-1818 by Noel Ross

Dundalk Harbour Improvements in the Nineteenth Century by Harold O'Sullivan

The Array of the Militia in County Louth in 1756 by Noel Ross & Brendan Hall

The Roe Family of Arthurstown, Charlestown, Glack and Tallanstown, County Louth: Their Lives and Times by Sheila Roe

A Destroyed Enclosure at Site 5, Marshes Upper, County Louth by Finbar McCormack & Fiona J. Crone

A Souterrain at Bellurgan, County Louth by Noel Ross

A Journey of Remembering: Book of Honour by Donal Hall

 

CLAHJ volume XXV part 1 (2001)

Index to Volumes I to XXIV:

Introduction

Author Index [1904-2000] by Noel Ross

Subject Index [1904-2000] by Noel Ross

Books Reviewed [1904-2000] by Donal Hall

Summary of Annual Report

Officers and Council for 2002

 

CLAHJ volume XXV part 2 (2002)

The Diary of Marianne Fortescue, 1816-1818 by Noel Ross

Dundalk Harbour Improvements in the Nineteenth Century, Part 2 by Harold O'Sullivan

Crime and Punishment: Drogheda, 1830-1844 by Ned McHugh

Presbyterianism in Drogheda, 1652-1827 by Dermot Foley

Recycled Ringforts: The Evidence from Archaeological Excavations for the Conversion of Pre-Existing Monuments to Motte Castles in Medieval Ireland by Cóilín Ó Drisceoil

Souterrain at Muirhevnamore, Marshes Upper, Dundalk by Kieran Campbell

Gravestone Inscriptions in Kane by Noel Ross

Summary of Annual Report 2001

Reviews

Officers and Council for 2003

List of Members

 

CLAHJ volume XXV part 3 (2003)

Our Society (Address at Centenary Dinner) by Gabriel Cooney

The Flurry Valley by Don Johnston

Ardee Urban Archaeological Survey: Some Loose Ends by Heather A. King

Three New Souterrains near Dundalk by Micheál McKeown

British Parliamentary Papers as a Window on Pre-Famine Urban Ireland, with particular reference to Drogheda by Ned McHugh

Lord Limerick's Diaries of his Grand Tour on the Continent during 1716 and 1722-3 by the Earl of Roden

A Poteen Affray at Ardee in 1808 by Larry Conlon

Old Title Deeds of County Louth: Further Dundalk Deeds: Dowdallshill 1808 -1819 by Noel Ross

Summary of Annual Report 2002

Reviews

Officers and Council for 2003

 

CLAHJ volume XXV part 4 (2004)

Moira Corcoran: An Appreciation by John Cullen

The Flurry Valley: Economy of the Flurry Valley by Don Johnston

The Battle of the Boyne: A Victorian Engineering Controversy by PJ Geraghty

Coats of Arms and the Bellew Family by Séamus Bellew

Archaeological Excavations at 24-25 West Street/Stockwell Lane, Drogheda by Teresa Bolger

From Castlebellingham to the Bay of Islands: Tully Matthews, New Zealand's First Brickmaker by Tony Carr

Memorial Inscriptions in St. Nicholas' Parish Church, Dundalk by Noel Ross

Summary of Annual Report 2003

Reviews

Officers and Council 2005

List of Members

 

CLAHJ volume XXVI part 1 (2005)

The Flurry Valley: Landlords and Society, 1659-1841 by Don Johnston

A Cross-Slab from Babeswood, County Louth by Elisabeth Okasha

Archaeological Excavation of a Multi-period Prehistoric Settlement at Waterunder, Mell, County Louth by Melanie McQuade

Annagassan, a Study of the Viking Longphort by Micheál McKeown

A Seventeenth-Century Coin Hoard in Dundalk by Paul Stevens

Richard Hadsor (c.1570-1635), the Solicitor for Irish Caused and Crown Counsel for Irish Affairs by Don Hodgers

The Louth Militia 1850-1860 by Donal Hall

St. Mark's Church, Fair Street, Drogheda by Dermot Foley

McClintock Inscriptions and Heraldry at Drumcar by Séamus Bellew

Summary of Annual Report 2004

Reviews

Officers and Council for 2006

 

CLAHJ volume XXVI part 2 (2006)

The Port of Drogheda, 1790-1850: an Era of Regeneration and Resurgence by Ned McHugh

Summary of Annual Report, 2005

Officers and Council for 2007

 

CLAHJ volume XXVI part 3 (2007)

Presidential Address - Ned McHugh

Clonmore and a Lost High Cross in County Louth by Michael McKeown

'One Night's Work': The Original Drawings of the so-called 'Ship-Temple' near Dundalk by Peter Harbison

'Image of Lust?': The Origin and Function of the Castletown Mouth-Puller by Vanessa Houssaye

A Preliminary Report concerning the Archaeological Excavation of Neolithic Houses at Coolfore, County Louth by Coilin O Drisceoil

Drogheda Churches: Heraldry and Memorial Inscriptions by Seamus Bellew

The Population of the Flurry Valley from the Famine to 1911 by Don Johnston

Richard Hadsor (c. 1570-1635), the Solicitor for Irish Causes and Crown Counsel for Irish Affairs by Don Hodgers

Summary of Annual Report, 2006

Reviews

Officers and Council for 2008

List of Members

 

CLAHJ volume XXVI part 4 (2008)

Drogheda from St. John's Hill by Francis Place by Kieran Campbell

A Newly Discovered Souterrain at Millockstown, County Louth by Laura Claffey, Conleth Manning and Abigail Walsh

'March towards Boyne': Approaching the Battlefield through County Louth by Breeda Tuite

The Wreck of the Mary Stoddart in Dundalk Bay, 1858 by Charley McCarthy

Drogheda Churches: Heraldry and Memorial Inscriptions by Seamus Bellew

Two Censuses of the Brabazon estate in Cooley, 1841 and 1851 by Don Johnston

The Women of County Louth in the Later Medieval Period, 1170-1540 by Gillian Kenny

Thomas Markey, United Irishman by Patrick Markey

Poor-Law Relief in Late Nineteenth-Century County Louth by Susan Mullaney

Old Title Deeds of County Louth: Further Dundalk Deeds: Seatown and Upper Seatown, 1808-1819 by Noel Ross

Summary of Annual Report 2007

Reviews

Officers and Council for 2008

 

CLAHJ volume XXVII part 1 (2009)

Obituary: Dr. Harold O'Sullivan by Raymond Gillespie

Two Pre-Ordinance Survey Maps of Carlingford by Don Johnston

The Mayors, Provosts and Bailiffs of Drogheda in the Thirteenth Century by Chiara Buldorini

Schomberg at Dundalk, 1689 by Pádraig Lenohan

Hearth Money Tax Exemptions, Collon, Dromin and Mosstown, 1793 by Brendan Hall

Inscriptions and Heraldry in St. Mary's Church, Castlebellingham and in St. John the Baptist's Church, Dunany, Co. Louth by Séamus Bellew

Archaeological Excavations of a Late Neolithic Grooved Ware Site at Balgatheran, County Louth By Cóilín Ó Drisceoil

John Hadsor of Moymuch and Cappoge (c. 1585 - c. 1657) and his Family by Don Hodgers

'Crazy for Conacre': William Boyle's Image of Louth's Rural Past by Pádraig Lane

Old Title Deeds of County Louth: Further Dundalk Deeds: The Merches and Soldiers Point by Noel Ross

Summary of Annual Report, 2008

Reviews

Officers and Council 2009

List of Members

 

CLAHJ volume XXVII part 2 (2010)

The Historical Writings of Harold O'Sullivan by Noel Ross

Monasterboice Conservation Study: Selected Excerpts by Ned McHugh

Post-Famine of the Flurry Valley by Don Johnston

Partition and County Louth by Donal Hall

P.J. Lynam, the Last County Surveyor for Louth Grand Jury (1886-1912) by Peter Geraghty

Tombstone Inscriptions in Dromin by Séamus Bellew, V. Revd. Michael Murtagh and Noel Ross

Summary of Annual Report, 2009

Reviews

Officers and Council 2010

 

CLAHJ volume XXVII part 3 (2011)

The Walled Town of Ardee by Noel Ross

The Topography of the Táin Bó Cúailnge: The River 'Nith' and the Location of the Ford 'Áth Carpat' by Paul Gosling

The Smith Family of Maine, Greenhills, and Piperstown, County Louth and Beabeg and Annesbrook, County Meath by John McCullen

Post-Famine Landlords of the Flurry Valley by Don Johnston

Poets, Minor Poets and Poetasters in Oirialla - a Chronological Account of the Gaelic Poetic Tradition of South-East Ulster by Gearóid Trimble

Carlingford Churches in 1485 by Noel Ross

The Castlebellingham War Memorial by Donal Hall

Tombstone Inscriptions in Mosstown by Séamus Bellew and Noel Ross

Summary of Annual Report 2010

Reviews

Officers and Council 2011

List of Members

 

CLAHJ volume XXVII part 4 (2012)

Archaeological Excavations at Xerox Technology Park, Haggardstown, Dundalk, Co. Louth by Catherine McLoughlin

The Historical Saint Fursey: the Achievements and Legacy of Haggardstown's Patron Saint by Anthony Cronin

Placing Names in Táin Bó Cúailnge: the Gaps 'Bernas Bó Cúailnge' and 'Bernas Bó nUlad' by Paul Gosling

The 'Rebellion' of John Hadsor c.1446 - c.1468 by Don Hodgers

More on Carlingford Churches in 1485 by Raymond Gillespie

A 'Wild Geese' from Dundalk: General Miguel (Michael) Marmion, Spanish Army by Chevalier William F.K. Marmion

'The First of its Kind in this Part of the Kingdom': The Dundalk Charitable Infirmary 1753 by Susan Mullaney

Inscriptions and Heraldry from St. Michael's Church, Charlestown, County Louth by Séamus Bellew

Optimism and Promise: The Dundalk, Newry and Greenore Railway and the Greenore Community, 1873-1951 by Yulia Kharchenko

Summary of Annual Report 2011

Reviews

Officers and Council 2012

 

CLAHJ volume XXVIII part 1 (2013)
Placing Names in
Táin Bó Cúailnge: The Ford 'Áth Fhir Diad' by Paul Gosling
The Monastery of Linn Duachaill by Mark ClintonSouterrains at Grange Irish and Lowrath North by Conor Brady and Kieran Campbell

Gaelic-Speaking Presbyterian Ministers of Dundalk/Ballymascanlan by Don Johnston
Inscriptions and Heraldry in St. Brigid's Church, Beaulieu by Séamus Bellew
A History of Queensborough, focused on Queensborough House by Raymond E. Healy and Grattan C. Healy
A History of Shelagh Chapel: Parish of Upper Creggan in Louth and Armagh, 1838-2013 by Una Agnew
Old Title Deeds of County Louth by Noel Ross
Summary of Annual Report 2012
ReviewsOfficers and Council for 2013
List of Members

CLAHJ volume XXVIII part 2 (2014)
Placing Names in Táin Bó Cúailnge: The Ford 'Áth Lethan' by Paul Gosling
A History of the Parish and Churches of Marlestown by Jean Young
Inscriptions and Heraldry from St. Mary's Church, Ardee, County Louth by Séamus Bellew
Robert Richardson's Map of The Commons of Atherdee, 1677 by Sheila Keane and Noel Ross
Gravestone Inscriptions in Irish in County Louth by Séamus Bellew
The 1755 Louth Election Medal by Séamus Bellew
Register of Presbyterian Marriages, Dundalk 1819-1844 by Don Johnston
Diary of Edward Tipping edited by Noel Ross
John Johnston, 1846-1913: Dundalk Poor Law Guardian, 1877; Justice of the Peace, 1893. and Louth County Councillor, 1899 by Don Johston
Dundalk's Fair Green and its Disposal to the Christian Brothers in the 1960s by Elizabeth Lennon
Summary of Annual Report 2013
Reviews
Officers and Council for 2014

CLAHJ volume XXVIII part 3 (2015)
Archaeological Excavations at Cornamucklagh, Omeath, Co. Louth by Fintan Walsh
Placing Names in Táin Bó Cúailnge: 'Findabair Chuailnge and Findabair Sleibe' by Paul Gosling
Remembering Gene Haley (1933 - 2014) by Paul Gosling
The Material Culture of Self-promotion: The Conaille Muirthemne kings and the ecclesiastical site of Faughart, County Louth by Gill Boazman
The History and Architecture of King John's Castle in Carlingford: A View on the West Side by Laura Corrway
Collon's Churches by Séamus Bellew and Séamus Roe
Two Hundred Years of Linen Mills on the Flurry River by Don Johnston
Graffiti at St. Mochta's House, Louth and at Cloghafarmore, Rathiddy, Knockbridge by Noel Ross
Summary of Annual Report 2014
Revuews
Officers and Council for 2015
List of Members



For an Index of Journal Illustrations 1904 - 2000 click Here

For an Index of the Journal by "Author", "Subject" and "Books Reviewed", visit the Society Web Site at http://www.clahs.com/index.html

 

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