Posts Tagged ‘bandon genealogy’

Bandon Genealogy – The Lismore Papers

July 7, 2008

Our recent research for our website www.bandon-genealogy.com has been concentrated on the papers of the Dukes of Devonshire, the landlords for many of the inhabitants of Bandon town and the surrounding areas during the 1700s and 1800s. We are posting as much as possible on the website but Bandon researchers should check this resource for themselves if they have the opportunity, as it is extensive and rich in information on local families.

The index to the Lismore Papers (estate papers of Dukes of Devonshire) can be found online at
http://www.nli.ie/manuscriptlist/..%5Cpdfs%5Cmss%20lists%5C129_Lismore.pdf
and is searchable. The papers themselves, along with numerous microfilms, are held at the National Library of Ireland, Dublin. The National Library does not do research to our knowledge but if you find something of interest and are unable to visit in person it may be possible to have a professional researcher check that reference for you. Where the condition of the material allows, photocopies of documents can be obtained.
We have extracted as much specifically Bandon material as practical so we hope you will find something of interest once we have it all up on the website.”
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Bandon Genealogy

June 24, 2008

For anyone interested in researching their Bandon ancestors, we are making a number of additions to the website http://www.bandon-genealogy.com. We have been researching leases in the 1700s and plan to add family names etc from these leases to the site shortly.