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[4qd-bannvalley] Re: Needed a Map
- Subject: [4qd-bannvalley] Re: Needed a Map
- From: 4qd-bannvalley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Richard Torrens (Genealogy))
- Date: Sat, 22 Jan 2005 16:46:02 +0000 (GMT)
- In-reply-to: <000b01c50099$7ce1db60$599d32d1@computer>
- References: <000b01c50099$7ce1db60$599d32d1@computer>
In article <000b01c50099$7ce1db60$599d32d1@computer>,
Theda J.Brinker <tjbrink@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello List,
> Where can I locate a good, detailed map of the Garvagh area of County
The Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland, sheet 8
Very good maps. Problem: they are modern maps and the place names most
listers want to know about are thoae existing around 1800 or earlier.
A modern map is a huge help though.
is a page I started (hoping to have others from the list contribute) on
which are listed placenames with their modern equivalents and a map
reference so they may be located on the modern OS map.
<HINT>So far, nobody has contributed to this list</HINT>
> From reading the queries on the list, persons have mentioned Inchaleen,
> Culnaman as being near Garvagh.
You could use the existing list to identify these places!
> I am working on the
> Cunningham/Paul/Scott line from Liscall and Gartnomoynah,
.. and these!
> near Garvagh.
> These queries mentioned the surnames of Boyd and Gilmore both of which
> show up in my Cunningham lineage.
> Theda J. Brinker