Journal Volume 1 1992

Old Greystones and Ancient Rathdown (continued/19)/h4>

References and Notes
  1. N.W. Kennedy: History of Greystones: typescript of lecture to Greystones Literary Society, 1979. Copy in Greystones Library.
  2. Rev. G.D. Scott: The Stones of Bray and the stories they can tell of ancient times in the barony of Rathdown (Dublin, 1913) pp 2-3.
  3. Kennedy, op cit.
  4. SA French: Greystones 1864-1964: (Greystones, 1964) p. 5.
  5. Ibid.
  6. Scott, op. cit., p. 142
  7. Brigid Redmond: The Heritage That is Ours, Greystones Church of the Holy Rosary and Church of St. Kilian: illustrated souvenir: 1962 pp 9-11.
  8. W. St J. Joyce: The Neighbourhood of Dublin: (Dublin, 1912) p. 92.
  9. Sir Richard Griffith: General valuation of rateable property in Ireland: County of Wicklow: Barony of Rathdown: (Dublin, 1852) p. 26.
  10. B.J. Cantwell: Memorials of the Dead: N - E. Wicklow (Greystones. 1971-74): section 22. s.v. Ennis. Bound typescript, with index, in Greystones Library.
  11. Joyce, op. cit.
  12. Kathleen Turner: If you seek monuments: a guide to the antiquities of the barony of Rathdown (Shankill, second edn., 1984) p. 87.
  13. Rev. G.N. Wright: Guide to the County of Wicklow: (London: second edn., considerably enlarged, 1827) pp 19-20.
  14. Joyce, op. cit./li>
  15. Wright, op. cit., p. 20.
  16. P.H. Reaney: A dictionary of British Surnames (London: second edn. by R.M. Wilson, 1976) s.v. Crispin.
  17. Scott, op. cit., p. 187.
  18. [William Wilson] The post chaise companion or traveller's directory through Ireland(Dublin: third edn., 1803) p. 423.
  19. Rev. Matthew Sleater: Introductory essay to a new system of civil and ecclesiastical topography ... of Ireland (Dublin. 1806) .
  20. Registry of Deeds, Dublin, 285/148/185943.
  21. ibid., 301/537/202459.
  22. The Irish Sword: The Journal of the Military History Society of Ireland vol. iv, no. 16, summer 1960. p. 180./li>
  23. Registry of Deeds: 587/313/398224. This is presumably the same Surgeon Redmond Boate who in 1762 opened the 'Dublin Hospital' for the reception of surgical patients in a large house in Smock Alley (Sir J. T. Gilbert: History of the City of Dublin – 1978: facsimile reprint; index compiled by Diarmuid Breathnach, FLAI, vol. 2, p. 112).
  24. Letters containing information relative to the antiquities of the county of Wicklow collected during the progress of the Ordnance Survey in 1838 reproduced under the direction of the Rev. Michael O'Flanagan (Bray, 1928) para.90. Bound typescript in Greystones Library.
  25. Scan Mac Airt (ed.): Leabhar Branach: The Book of the O'Byrnes (Dublin. 1944) line 1881.
  26. Rev. E.I. Hogan: Onomasticon Goedelicum (Dublin, 1910) pp 566, 576.
  27. Liam Price: Place-names of CountyWicklow (Dublin, 1945-67, in parts, but with continuous pagination), p. 323.
  28. Scott, op. cit., p. 187.
  29. Kennedy, op. cit.
  30. Scott, op. cit., p. 174.


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