ISSN 1443-5888 Volume 9, No. 5, May 2007.

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ISSN 1443-5888 Volume 9, No. 5, May 2007.

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ÔÇÿALL IRELAND SOURCESÔÇÖ NEWSLETTER A Monthly Newsletter:
Editor: Terry Eakin, 334 Burns Bay Road, LANE COVE, NSW 2066
Contact E-mail address: tea04055@bigpond.net.au
ISSN 1443-5888 Volume 9, No. 5, May 2007.
Introduction:
ÔÇÿAll Ireland SourcesÔÇÖ is a monthly newsletter distributed free by E-mail to
Family History Societies and interested researchers near the end of each month.
Distribution by Australia Post each three months (three issues) costs $6.00
annually within Australia. The aim is to bring items of interest regarding Irish
record sources to the Australian genealogist. The editor would appreciate being
made aware of records relating to the Irish, particularly those held in
Australia or new in the LDS Family History Library.
Back copies available free for downloading from www.sag.org.au
Note new email address.

(Continued from Volume 9, No. 4, April 2007)(page 13)

Abstracts of 17th Century Irish Wills from the Prerogative Court of Canterbury in The Journal of the Royal Society of
Antiquaries of Ireland:
Vol. LXXVIII, Part 1 Pages 24-37
No. 7 Theodore Schout of the City of Dublin, Merchant. - John Ainsworth
No. 8 Katherine Butler, widow, Kallan, County Kilkenny.- John Ainsworth
No. 9 Sir William Ryves, Kt of the City of Dublin. - John Ainsworth
No. 10 Samuel Rhodes of Dublin, Merchant. - John Ainsworth
No. 11 William Parsons of Parsonstown alias Birr, KingÔÇÖs County, Esquire. - John Ainsworth
No. 12 Sir William Parsons, Kt and Bt. - John Ainsworth
No. 13 John Smyth, Rector of Imskellin (Enniskillen).- John Ainsworth
No. 14 Jane Collyns of Portumna, County Galway.- John Ainsworth

Subjects of interest from The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland:

History of the Dublin Wall Paper Industry in the 18th Century, by Ada K. Longfield (aka Mrs H. G. Leask) Volume LXXVII, Part 2, 1947, pps 100-120.Note that pages 117-120 list all guild members in business in the Dublin area with a few from Cork, Limerick and Waterford.

The Casualty List of the Infantry Regiment of Albemarle at the Battle of Luzzara, 1702, by The Marquis McSwiney of Mashanaglass, Volume LX,
Part 1, 1930, pps 84-90 with reference footnotes.

Documents found at Castlewhite, County Cork, by John J. Fitzgerald and Charles McNeill, Volume LX, Part 1, 1930, pps 79-83. Names mentioned in these land deeds include White, Stryche, Rice, Kerdiff, Gourdon, Stanton, Molentan, McSwiney and others.

The Merchant TailorsÔÇÖ Guild ÔÇô that of St John the Baptist, Dublin, 1418-1841, by Henry F. Berry, Volume XLVIII, Part 1, 1918, pps 19-64, listing pages of Masters and Wardens.

Irish Pewterers (illustrated), by Howard H. Cotterell and M. S. Dudley Westropp, Volume XLVII, Part 1, 1917, pps 47-66. The article includes
lists of Irish braziers with those if also pewterers marked with an asterisk.

Entries relating to John OÔÇÖDonovan and his immediate relatives, by the Very Reverend Canon Carrigan, Parish Priest of Durrow, Volume XLV, Part 3, 1915, pps 167-169.

Note that this article has been extracted from copies of The Journal of
the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland held by the Society of Australian Genealogists in their library at Floor 2, 379 Kent Street, Sydney and accessible by lifts from ground (street) level. The SocietyÔÇÖs only postal address is SAG, Richmond Villa, 120 Kent Street, Sydney, 2000, NSW. 18

Since writing this article I have found that some digitised copies of this valuable journal are available free for downloading, reading online or having bound into printed books from a site sponsored by Microsoft called the Internet Archive at www.archive.org which links to each volume.
The following twenty one (21) volumes are listed as being available but when I read Volume 5, it appeared to be a stray as it was titled ÔÇÿThe Journal of the Kilkenny and South East of Ireland Archaeological Society, Volume II, new series, 1858-59ÔÇÖ which was still an important rare book.

The site has the 21 volumes of the Journal, Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland arranged as digitised: Volume (no number), Volumes 29, 26, 25, 6, 30, 11, 18, 22, 9, 40, 27, 31, 24, 35, 19, 43, 28, 23,
33, and 5 (described above).

I have found more information about this Society and its journal but have resolved to leave the information above instead of just deleting the out of date information above regarding Volume 5 being a stray. It is not as the following will show.

Journal, Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland

(Formerly the Kilkenny Archaeological Association and the Royal Historical and Archaeological Association of Ireland).

A list of the Volumes, showing the relation between the Consecutive Numbers and the Numbers of each of the Five Series; also the Years for which each Volume was issued:-
Consecutive Number. -----Number of Series. -----Years.
I I 1849, 1850, 1851.
II II 1852, 1853.
III III 1854, 1855.
IV I 2nd Series 1856, 1857.
V II 2nd Series 1858, 1859.
VI III 2nd Series 1860, 1861.
VII IV 2nd Series 1862, 1863.
VIII V 2nd Series 1864, 1865, 1866.
IX VI 2nd Series 1867.
X I 3rd Series 1868, 1869.
XI 1 4th Series 1870, 1871
XII II 4th Series 1872, 1873.
XIII III 4th Series 1874, 1875.
XIV IV 4th Series 1876, 1877, 1878.
XV V 4th Series 1879, 1880, 1881, 1882.
XVI VI 4th Series 1883, 1884. 19
XVII VII 4th Series 1885, 1886.
XVIII VIII 4th Series 1887, 1888.
XIX IX 4th Series 1889.
XX INDEX 1849-1889.
XXI I 5th Series 1890, 1891.
XXII II 5th Series 1892.
XXIII III 5th Series 1893.
XXIV IV 5th Series 1894.
XXV V 5th Series 1895.
XXVI VI 5th Series 1896.
XXVII VII 5th Series 1897.
XXVIII VIII 5th Series 1898.
XXIX IX 5th Series 1899.
XXX X 5th Series 1900
XXXI XI 5th Series 1901.
XXXII XII 5th Series 1902
XXXIII XIII 5th Series 1903.
XXXIV XIV 5th Series 1904.
XXXV XV 5th Series 1905.
XXXVI XVI 5th Series 1906.
XXXVII XVII 5th Series 1907
XXXVIII XVIII 5th Series 1908
XXXIX XIX 5th Series 1909
XL XX 5th Series 1910
XLI I 6th Series 1911
XLII II 6th Series 1912
XLIII III 6th Series 1913
XLIV IV 6th Series 1914
XLV V 6th Series 1915
XLVI VI 6th Series 1916
XLVII VII 6th Series 1917 20
XLVIII VIII 6th Series 1918
XLIX IX 6th Series 1919
L X 6th Series 1920
LI XI 6th Series 1921
LII XII 6th Series 1922
LIII XIII 6th Series 1923
LIV XIV 6th Series 1924
LV XV 6th Series 1925
LVI XVI 6th Series 1926
LVII XVII 6th Series 1927
LVIII XVIII 6th Series 1928
LIX XIX 6th Series 1929
LX XX 6th Series 1930
LXI I 7th Series 1931
LXII II 7th Series 1932
LXIII III 7th Series 1933
LXIV IV 7th Series 1934
LXV V 7th Series 1935
LXVI VI 7th Series 1936
LXVII VII 7th Series 1937
LXVIII VIII 7th Series 1938
LXIX IX 7th Series 1939
LXX X 7th Series 1940
LXXI XI 7th Series 1941
If you do not understand or are unsure of the Roman Numerals used in the first two columns, the first column starts at 1 (one) and runs in numerical order to 71 (seventy one). Issues of this journal held by the Society of Australian Genealogists library at 379 Kent Street (Level 2) are as follows below. Some copies are fragile and may be unsuitable for photocopying but may be digitised using a digital camera with care. Note from Volume X (10) 1900 5th series was also known as Volume 30 in the Consecutive Series, Parts 1 and 2 and from then on.

(Continued page 21, Volume 9, No. 6, June 2007)

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