Genealogy of the Hamiltons of Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland by Alastair M.T Maxwell-Irving

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Statementby Alastair M.T. Maxwell-Irving and John Ramsay.
ContributionsRamsay, John.
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Toronto Public Library. Full text of "Scotch Irish pioneers in Ulster and America". Historical description. Extracts pertaining to local and historical information are taken from a Topographical Dictionary of Ireland by Samuel Lewis published in CONNOR, a parish, and the head of a diocese, in the barony of LOWER ANTRIM, county of ANTRIM, and province of ULSTER, 4 miles (S.

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In Ireland the name is most common in counties Antrim, Down and Derry. Ward: In England this name derived as an occupational name for a watchman or guard. Most Wards in Ireland, however, are of Gaelic Irish origin. We don't know what Electoral Division Mount Hamilton is in. Mount Hamilton is in the Civil Parish of Killagan.

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Andrew Hamilton M.A. Born in Andrew was prebendary of Kilskerry, Co. Tyrone Ireland and rector of Magheracross, Co.

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I. to raise "faire castels" at reasonable distances on his vast estates, that the country might be the more speedily.

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