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An Ancient Irish Parish Past And Present Being The Parish Of Donaghmore, County Down

£99.99

Product description

This scarce first edition of the comprehensive history of the parish of Donaghmore in County Down was published in 1914. The author includes vestry records and churchyard tombstone inscriptions. As such, it could be a very useful and fascinating resource for ancestry research. The dust jacket is missing, the green-cloth boards are worn with bumping to the spine ends and corners. The spine and front are sundamaged but the the gilt spine and titles are still clear. The pages are rough cut and secure to the binding, although the edges have tanning and foxing. The black and white frontispiece is of Dromantine House, and there are four other plates plus an index. The inside front cover, flyleaf and inside flyleaf carry the book plates and a photograph of a previous owner with possible links to the parish. This is a good, sound copy.

Item details

Author(s):
J. Davison Cowan, LLD.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
First edition, 1914
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
432
Publisher:
David Nutt
Title:
An Ancient Irish Parish Past And Present Being The Parish Of Donaghmore, County Down

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This scarce first edition of the comprehensive history of the parish of Donaghmore in County Down was published in 1914. The author includes vestry records and churchyard tombstone inscriptions. As such, it could be a very useful and fascinating resource for ancestry research. The dust jacket is missing, the green-cloth boards are worn with bumping to the spine ends and corners. The spine and front are sundamaged but the the gilt spine and titles are still clear. The pages are rough cut and secure to the binding, although the edges have tanning and foxing. The black and white frontispiece is of Dromantine House, and there are four other plates plus an index. The inside front cover, flyleaf and inside flyleaf carry the book plates and a photograph of a previous owner with possible links to the parish. This is a good, sound copy.

Author(s):
J. Davison Cowan, LLD.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
First edition, 1914
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
432
Publisher:
David Nutt
Title:
An Ancient Irish Parish Past And Present Being The Parish Of Donaghmore, County Down

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