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Irish townland maps

Cartographic Materials/Map on Fiche
English
Londonderry, Ireland : Inner City Trust, 1989
78 microfiches : maps.
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Microreproduction of original maps compiled by the trainees of Derry Youth and Community Workshop and employees of the Inner City Trust. Funded by the Department of Economic Development. [Supervisor:] Brian Mitchell. Project Director: Patrick L. Doherty.

It is the intention of this series to show, on a county basis, all townlands within their respective civil parishes. To 1898, the civil parish was the major administrative division. The two great surveys of the 19th century - the tithe assessment and the Griffiths valuation - were compiled on this basis with householders listed by their townland address. Use the index at the beginning of each county to identify the parish you need. Beside each map is a list of each parish's constituent townlands.

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