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Lewis – A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland (1837)

Lewis’s Topographical Dictionary of Ireland contains a detailed study of Ireland in 1837. It gives readers, historians and geneaologists like you and I a glimpse into Ireland before the Famin. Samuel Lewis gives details about every parish, town and village in Ireland, including inhabitants, employment, history, topography, religion and parish structures, administration and courts, schools, and much more. He also gives the names of the principal inhabitants (generally landlords, merchants and professionals).

Lewis’s Topographical Dictionary of Ireland is made up of three parts:
· Volume 1: A-G
· Volume 2: H-Z
· Volume 3: Atlas of Ireland

We’re working to get the entire Dictionary online in a user friendly, searchable format. If you’d like to help, please get in touch.


Pete

I'm just someone who enjoys knowing a little about my local area, and helping others to learn about theirs too.

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