6 edition of The Planters of Luggacurran found in the catalog.
October 4, 2006
by Four Courts Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
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: The Planters of Luggacurran, Co. Laois: A Protestant Community, (Maynooth Studies in Local History) (): Coffey, Leigh-Ann: BooksAuthor: Leigh-Ann Coffey. The Planters of Luggacurran, County Laois: A Protestant Community, - Leigh-Ann Coffey - Google Books In late Marcha group of armed men forcibly evicted two protestant farmers from.
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The planters of Luggacurran, County Laois: a protestant community, [Leigh-Ann Coffey] -- "In late Marcha group of armed men forcibly evicted two protestant farmers from their homes at Luggacurran, County Laois.
The evictions marked the beginning of a month long campaign of. (pbk.) (pbk.) catalogue key. Includes bibliographical references (p. A Look Inside. Summaries. Main Description. In late Marcha group of armed men forcibly evicted two protestant farmers from their homes at Luggacurran, Queen's County.
The item The planters of Luggacurran, County Laois: a protestant community,Leigh-Ann Coffey represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in University of Liverpool.
This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. In The Planters of Luggacurran, County Laois: a Protestant community, – (72pp, ISBN ), Leigh-Ann Coffey provides the background to the eviction in March of two Protestant farmers from their homes and concludes that the violence was.
Synopsis In late Marcha group of armed men forcibly evicted two protestant farmers from their homes at Luggacurran, Queen's County.
The evictions marked the beginning of a month long campaign of violence targeting local protestant farmers, which was only brought to an end through the intervention of the provisional government. The title of this book is Republican Cobh & the East Cork Volunteers since and it was written by Kieran McCarthy.
This edition of Republican Cobh & the East Cork Volunteers since S/B format. published pages, published by Nonsuch. Passengers of the Planter Master Nicolas Travice, Voyage of ; The Planter sailed from London April 2 or 11,arriving at Boston June 7, n.b.
Hotten has Trarice, Nico for the master. This information was transcribed in the 19th century by James Savage, and later by Michael Tepper from records found in the Public Rolls Office. The campaign against Luggacurran Protestants began at the same time as the Civil War.
Notices for a meeting were posted in the area. At the meeting, a land committee was set up, and it set a date for the ‘forcible eviction’ of people who the organizers described as the ‘planters’. Letters were sent to the ‘planters’ informing them.
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Based on a range of published and unpublished sources, along with the personal recollections of still-serving Gardaí and including outline career details for each medal recipient, Hardcover edition with dust jacket.
“A Luggacurran Planters Daughter Charged with Concealment of Birth”. Can anyone imagine a more pejorative term to describe a young girl.
Clearly feelings were running high on the evicted tenants side and as a nationalist newspaper The Leinster Leader spoke. Reviews: The Ulster Crisis, –, Dublin, – Hospitals, Spectacle and Vice, Britain and Ireland, – Economy and Society, Castle Caldwell, County Fermanagh: Life on a West Ulster Estate, –, on the Edge of the Pale: The Rise and Decline of an Anglo-Irish Community in County Meath, –, the Planters of Luggacurran, County Laois: A Protestant Community.
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