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Based on a personal selection originally compiled by the late Brendan Hall




The Entrance Hall and L.&N.W. Hotel, Greenore, in the early 1900s. Ships of the London & North Western Railway Company sailed regularly between Greenore and Holyhead, a journey of four hours.

[From the L.&N.W. publication, Ireland for the Holidays, Newtown-Le-Willows 1911]



Agnew, Marie & Bogan, Alan, The sinking of the SS Dundalk: A story of loss, survival and the effect on an Irish town, Write Space Publishing, Dundalk 2018.

Aiken, Siobhra & Mac Bhloscaidh, Fearghal & Ó Duibhir, Liam & Ó Tuama Diarmuid (eds), The men will talk to me, Ernie O’Malley’s interviews with the northern divisions, Merrion Press, Dublin 2018 (Includes material on Co Louth 1921-23)

Anon., St. Peter's Church Drogheda 1881/1981, Drogheda 1981

Archaeology Ireland, The Medieval Town Walls of Drogheda, Heritage Guide No. 23 (8 pages - magazine insert), Bray 2003

Faughart, Co. Louth, Heritage Guide No. 37, Dublin 2007 [Pamphlet]

The Route of Táin Bó Cúailnge in County Louth, Heritage Guide No. 69, Dublin 2015 [Pamphlet]


Barrie, D.S.M., The Dundalk, Newry & Greenore Railway, Surrey 1957

Bassett, George Henry, Louth County Guide and Directory, Dublin 1886 (reprinted by CLAHS 1998)

BHP, Drogheda a Walk in the Past, Drogheda nd [1999?] [Photographs]

Bogan, Alan & Agnew, Pádraig & Howard, Marcus, The Louth Volunteers 1916, Dundalk 2016

Boyle, Sean, Looking forward, looking back: Stories, memories and musings of Castlebellingham/ Kilsaran/ Stabannon, Dundalk 2004

Bradley, John, Topography and medieval layout [of Drogheda], ODS 1998

Brady, Karl, Shipwreck inventory of Ireland: Louth, Meath, Dublin and Wicklow, DOE, Dublin 2008

Brennan, Denis (chairman), The field names of County Louth, Louth Field Names Project, Drogheda 2014

Brett, William, Reminiscences of Louth, Dundalk 1857 (Reprinted 1913)

Broderick, David, An early toll-road, the Dublin-Dunleer Turnpike 1731-1855, Ireland 1996

Buckley, V M, Archaeological Inventory of County Louth, Dublin 1986

Buckley, Victor M & Sweetman, David, Archaeological Survey of County Louth: Suirbhe Seandalaiochta Chontae Lú, OPW, Dublin 1991

Burke, Sir Bernard, A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Ireland, London 1912. [Best Edition]

A genealogical and heraldic history of the peerage and baronetage, the Privy Council, and knightage, London [Various Editions since 1826]

Irish family records, UK 1976 [Reprinted 2007]

Burrow, Ed J & Co Ltd, Ardee (Ath-Fhirdiadh) Co. Louth The Official Guide, London n/d [1930s?]


Campbell, Captain David, Forward the rifles, the war diary of an Irish soldier 1914-1918, Nonsuch Publishing, 2009. (native of Crinstown, Ardee, on his war in Gallipoli and Salonika)

Carr, Patrick, Saint Peter's church [Drogheda]: A quasi-history, ODS Drogheda 2001

Casey, Sean, Dundalk in old photographs, Dublin 2002

Céitinn, Séamas, Craobh den Chonradh Dún Dealgan 1899-1976, Dún Dealgan 1980

Colgan, Brendan, Vere Foster, English gentleman, Irish champion 1819-1900, Belfast 2001

Colmcille, Father, The story of Mellifont, Dublin 1958

Commins, J. O., Louth Village through the ages, Self-published, 2008

Conlon, Larry, The heritage of Collon 1764-1984, Ireland 1984

Conlon, Patrick, The Franciscans in Drogheda, Drogheda 1987

Corcoran, Moira & Durnin, Peter, The Drogheda banners, ODS Drogheda 2001

Corrigan, Rose, (ed.), Togher through the years: reflections & reminiscences, 2nd Edition, Annagassan 2010

Crawford, Michael G., Legendary stories of the Carlingford Lough district, 1913 (various reprints)

CSUM, Omeath - A look at the past, Vol I & II, Dundalk 2005/2007

Cullen, John B., The Boyne Valley, its antiquities and ecclesiastical remains, Dublin 1923 (pamphlet)

Cunningham, Noreen & McGinn, Pat, The Gap of the North, Dublin 2001

Curtis, Joe, Drogheda, Ireland 2013 [Photographs]


D'Alton, John, The history of Drogheda with its environs, (2 vols.) Dublin 1844 (Reprinted by BHP 1997)

D'Alton, John & O'Flanagan, J. R., The history of Dundalk, Dundalk 1864

Day, Angélique & McWilliams, Patrick, Ordnance Survey memoirs of Ireland Vol 40, Antrim 1998

Dept. of the Environment etc., An introduction to the architectural heritage of County Louth, 2008 []

Dooley, Terence, The murders at Wildgoose Lodge: Agrarian crime and punishment in pre-famine Ireland, FCP, Dublin, 2007

Dooley, Terence & Ridgway, Christopher (eds), The Country House and the Great War: Irish and British experiences, FCP, Dublin 2016 [Article on Bellingham family by Donal Hall]

Dundalk Railway Heritage Society & Railway Preservation Society of Ireland, Across The Track: Reminiscences of Working on Dundalk's Railways, Dundalk 2012


Evans, Bryce & Kelly, Stephen (eds), Frank Aiken, nationalist and internationalist, IAP, Dublin 2014


Falley, Margaret D., Irish and Scotch-Irish ancestral research, Virginia 1962 (reprinted GPC 1981)

Faul, Denis (Rev.), Blessed Oliver Plunkett and the parish of Louth, Dundalk 1962 (Pamphlet)

Faulkner, Padraig, As I saw it, reviewing over 30 years of Fianna Fáil & Irish politics, Wolfhound Press 2005

Feeney, Tom, Seán MacEntee a political life, IAP, Dublin 2009

Filgate, Eddie, Church of the Immaculate Conception, Parish of Louth Centenary Celebrations 1892-1992, Dundalk 1992

Finegan, Patrick, Shipping incidents of Carlingford Lough, Drogheda Choice Publishing 2016

Fleming, Rev. W. E. C., Armagh clergy 1800 - 2000, Dundalk 2001


Gallier, James, Autobiography of James Gallier, Architect, Paris 1864, Reprinted New York 1973. (Gallier - Gallaher - born Ravensdale 1798, emigrated to New Orleans)

Garner, William, Drogheda architectural heritage, An Foras Forbartha, Dublin 1986

Garry, James, Streets and lanes of Drogheda, ODS 2000 (Second Edition)

Clogherhead through the ages, Ireland 2000

Gavin, Joseph & O'Donnell, Stephen, Military barracks Dundalk, a brief history, Ireland 1999

Gavin, Joseph & O'Sullivan, Harold, Dundalk, a military history, Ireland 1987

Geraghty, P. J., A heritage in stone: The life and career of architect John Murray, Ireland 1994

Gerrard, Richard, The annals of St, Mary's Boys School, Drogheda 1865-2000, Drogheda 2000

The story of Newtownstalaban, ODS, Drogheda 2003

The Marsh Road, Scotch Hall story, Drogheda 2009

The Mill: A history of Usher's Linen Mill, Greenhills Drogheda, Drogheda 2013

Gogarty, T., Council Book for the Corporation of Drogheda Vol. 1, 1649 to 1734, Drogheda 1915 (Reprinted by CLAHS 1988)

Gray, Pat (ed.), Forty years by the Boyne: A pictorial record of Drogheda's cement works, Drogheda, 1984

Greene, Ted, Drogheda, its place in Ireland's history, Ireland 2006

Grenham, John, Tracing your Irish ancestors, Dublin 1992 (2nd Edition 1999)

Gurrin, Brian, Pre-census sources for Irish demography, Dublin 2002


Hall, Barbara, A desperate set of villains (The convicts of the Marquis Cornwallis, Ireland to Botany Bay, 1796), Australia 2000, [many County Louth prisoners]

A nimble-fingered tribe (The convicts of the Sugar Cane, Ireland to Botany Bay, 1793), Australia 2002, [A small number of Louth prisoners]

Hall, Brendan, Officers and recruits of the Louth Rifles 1854 - 1876, DLGS, 1999 (Reprinted 2001)

Hall, Brendan & Hall, Donal, The Louth Rifles 1877 - 1908, GSI, DLGS, 2000

Hall, Donal & Maguire, Martin (eds), County Louth and the Irish Revolution 1912-1923, IAP, Dublin 2017

Hall, Donal, The unreturned army: County Louth dead in the Great War 1914-1918, CLAHS, Dundalk, 2005

World War 1 and nationalist politics in County Louth, 1914-1920, FCP, Dublin 2005

The Irish Revolution: Louth, FCP, Dublin 2018

Handran, George B, Townlands in Poor Law unions, USA 1997

Harbison, Peter, Henry O'Neill of the 'Celtic Cross', Pamplona 2015

Helferty, Seamus & Refausse, Raymond [eds.], Directory of Irish archives (Fourth Edition), Dublin 2003

Herlihy, Jim, The Royal Irish Constabulary: A short history and genealogical guide, Dublin, 1997

The Royal Irish Constabulary: A complete alphabetical list of officers and men, 1816-1922, Dublin, 1999

Herity, Michael [ed.], Ordnance Survey letters: Londonderry, Fermanagh, Armagh-Monaghan, Louth, Cavan-Leitrim, Dublin 2012

Hogg, William E., The millers & the mills of Ireland of about 1850, Dublin 1997

Hughes, Anne, The history of Drogheda up to date, Drogheda 1893 (Reprinted by the ODS 2003)


IRSP, Irish railways in pictures, No. 1 - The Great Northern, London 1976


Johnson, Don, The Flurry Valley, Ravensdale, North Louth, 2015

From Faughart Hill to Faughart House, Dundalk 2016

Johnson, L. C., History of Drogheda from the earliest period, to the present time, Drogheda 1826


Kavanagh, Paul (ed.), Dundalk official guide, Dundalk 1984

Killanny Heritage Committee, A pictorial history of Killanny with an introduction by Terence Dooley, 2008

King, Philip, Monasterboice heritage - A centenary celebration, Boylan Print, Ireland, 1994

Knappett, Rachel, Wait now, London 1952 (memoir, includes a long affectionate account of Drumlech, Castlebellingham in the early 1950s)


L'Estrange, G., Notes and jottings concerning the parish of Charlestown Union, Ireland 1912

Lane, Leeann, Dorothy Macardle, UCD Press, Dublin 2019

Leslie, Rev. James B., History of Kilsaran, Dundalk 1908 (Reprinted Dundalk 1986)

Armagh clergy and parishes, Dundalk 1911

Supplement to Armagh clergy & parishes, Dundalk 1948

Lewis, Greg & Sharkey, Moira, 'I fought them all' - the life and ring battles of Tom Sharkey, Wales 2010

Lewis, Samuel, A topographical dictionary of Ireland, 1837

LGB, Return of owners of land of one acre and upwards, Dublin 1876 (Reprinted by GPC 1998)


Lynch, Patrick, Collon, a photographic history, CD-ROM, Collon 2005

Lynch, Robert, The northern IRA and the early years of partition 1920-1922, IAP, Dublin 2006 (much on Civil War period in Louth)


MacEntee, Sean, Episode at Easter, Gill and Son, Dublin 1966 (first-hand account of Louth and the 1916 Rising by government minister)

Macalister, R. A. S., Guide to Monasterboice, Dundalk 1962

Monasterboice, Dundalgan Press, Dundalk 1946

Malcomson, A. P. W., John Foster (1740-1828) The politics of improvement and prosperity, Dublin 2011

Martin, John, Memories of Kilkerley, Dundalk 2006

Matthews,Brendan, Tower of strength, a history of Millmount complex in Drogheda, ODS Drogheda 2008

McAleenan, Catriona & Crilly, Josie, In the shadow of Slieve Gullion, nd

McArdle-Clinton Deirdre & Clinton, Pat, Jewel of the north east, documenting the story of DKIT, Dundalk 2018 (history of Dundalk Institute of Technology)

McClintock, Major H. S., Random stories, chiefly Irish, Belfast 1895, (Stories of Victorian-era Louth and Down)

McCullen, John (ed.), Bill Crimmin's Drogheda, Drogheda 2004 [Photographs]

McDermott, Jim, Northern divisions: the Old IRA and the Belfast pogroms 1920-1922, Beyond the Pale Publications, Belfast 1922, (much on the Civil War period in Co Louth

McDermott, Mamie Hughes, A small place but mine own, Dundalk 2006

McDonnell, Randal, When Cromwell came to Drogheda, a memory of 1649, Gill & Son, Dublin, 1906

McGowan, Kenneth, The Boyne Valley, Dublin n/d [booklet, circa 1970]

Monasterboice, Dublin 1977 [booklet]

McHugh, Ned, Drogheda before the Famine – urban poverty in the shadow of privilege 1826 - 45, IAP Dublin 1998

Irish Historic Towns Atlas No. 29 Drogheda/Droichead Átha, Royal Irish Academy 2018

Mac Iomhair, Reverend Diarmuid, Fochart, Dundalk n/d [pamphlet circa 1968]

Kildemock and its jumping church, Dundalk n/d [pamphlet circa 1968]

MacIvor, Rev. Dermot, Ardee castle, CLAHS, Dundalk, nd [pamphlet]

McKeown, Michael, A sketchbook of Dundalk past and present, Ireland 1988

McMahon, Kevin & Ó Huallacháin, Eamonn, The time of the trouble, 2014 [Armagh/Down/Louth 1919-1923 from newspapers]

McNeill, D. B., Irish passenger steamship services, Volume 2, South of Ireland, David & Charles Ltd, Newton Abbot 1971

McNeill, Mary, Vere Foster 1819-1900, An Irish benefactor, GB 1971

McNeill, Charles & Otway-Ruthven A. J., Dowdall deeds, IMC, Dublin 1960

McQuillan, Jack, The railway town, the story of the Great Northern Railway and Dundalk, Dundalk 1993

Voices of Dundalk, Dundalk 2004

Millen, Stanley, Jews, Germans & other refugees in Dundalk, Dundalk 2005

Mitchell, Brian, A guide to Irish parish registers, GPC 1988

Monasterboice Cemetery Committee, Monasterboice cemetery inscriptions: a survey of headstones, Monasterboice 2018

Mulligan, John, The GAA in Louth: an historical record, Dundalk 1984

Murphy, Michael J., At Slieve Gullion's foot, Dundalk 1940

Murphy, Peter J., Together in exile, (self-published), Saint John, Canada, 1990

Murphy, Jim, The history of Dundalk F.C. - the first one hundred years, Dundalk 2003

Murphy, T., Dundealgan: Its churches, shrines and religious orders, Dundalk 1909 (Pamphlet)

Murray, Raymond, The burning of Wildgoose Lodge: Ribbonism in Louth - murder and the gallows, CSAM, Monaghan 2005

Murtagh, Fr Michael, St. Patrick's Dundalk, an anniversary account, Dundalk 1997

Kildemock and Its jumping church, 2004 [Booklet]

From Lann Leire to Dunleer: A photographic journey, 2009


Ni Uallacháin, Pádraigin, A hidden Ulster: people, songs and traditions of Oriel, FCP, Dublin 2003

Nelson, Rev. Simon, History of the parish of Creggan in the Counties Armagh and Louth 1611 - 1840 (written c.1845), PRONI 1979 (typescript)


O'Boyle, Madge, The life and times of Constable Charles McGee, (self-published) 2016

O'Brien Briggs, Kathleen, Clogherhead Port Oriel - a brief history - 1886-2006, Dundalk 2007

Ó Broin, Liam, Drogheda: text and drawings, Drogheda 1993

O'Byrne, Eileen & Chamney Anne (eds), The Convert Rolls, Dublin 2005

ODDTP, Dundalk, a tradition in industry, Dundalk 1986

O’Connor, Gerry, The rose in the gap: dance music of Oriel from the Donnellan Collection, Ravensdale 2018

O'Donnell, Stephen, The Royal Irish Constabulary and the Black and Tans in County Louth 1919-1922, Dundalk 2004 [Reprinted 2011]

Ó Dufaigh, Seosamh, Tiarnach of Clones, Clogher Historical Society 2018

O'Dwyer, Barry W., The Conspiracy of Mellifont 1216-1231, Dublin 1970 [Pamphlet]

O'Hart, John, The Irish and Anglo-Irish landed gentry when Cromwell came to Ireland, Dublin 1884

Irish pedigrees, Dublin 1875

O'Mahony, Canice, An engineer remembers, Dundalk 2008

O’Malley, Cormac K. H., and Dolan, Anne (eds), No surrender here! the Civil War papers of Ernie O’Malley 1922-1924, Lilliput Press 2007. (Republican GHQ Civil War correspondence, much relating to Co Louth)

O'Neill, C. P., History of Dromiskin, Dundalk 1984

O'Neill, Pádraig, History of Knockbridge, Ireland 1994

Knockbridge miscellany, Knockbridge 1998

[ed.], Journal of Henry McClintock, CLAHS, Dundalk 2001

O'Sullivan, Harold, Irish Historic Towns Atlas No. 16: Dundalk, Royal Irish Academy 2006 & promotional insert, History Ireland, 2007

A history of local government in the county of Louth from the earliest times to the present day, IPA, Dublin 2000

O'Sullivan, Harold & Raymond Gillespie, Irish Historic Towns Atlas No. 23: Carlingford, Royal Irish Academy 2011

Oram, Hugh, Old Dundalk and Blackrock, UK 2006 [Photographs]

Old Omeath, Carlingford and Greenore, UK 2008 [Photographs]

Ordnance Survey of Ireland, Liostaí Logainmneachta Lú (Louth Placenames), Dublin 1991

Discovery Series Maps 36 & 43 (1:50 000 Maps of Co. Louth)


Patterson, E. M., The Great Northern Railway of Ireland, Surrey 1962

Pender, Seamus, A census of Ireland circa 1659, Dublin 1939 [Reprinted Baltimore 1997]

Phillimore, W. P. W. & Thrift, Gertrude (eds), Indexes to Irish Wills, London 1909 - 20 (reprinted five volumes in one by GPC 1970)


Quigley, Willie, Kilkerley in the past & present, Ireland 2010

Quinlivan, Aodh, Philip Monahan. A man apart: the life and time of Ireland’s first local authority manager, IPA, Dublin 2006


Redmond, Brigid, The story of Louth, Dublin, nd

Reilly, James R., Richard Griffith and his valuation of Ireland, Baltimore 2000

Reynolds, Liam, The medieval parishes of Clogherhead and Walshestown (1300-1857), Clogherhead Historical Society, 2003

Robinson, Aidan P., Ancient Drogheda, Drogheda 1994

Roden, Earl of (ed.), The diaries of Lord Limerick's grand tour 1716-1723, Dundalk 2003 [See also JCLAHS, VOL. XXV, No. 3, 2003]

Roe, Helen, Monasterboice and its monuments, CLAHS 1981

Rombach, John K., Guide to Drogheda, Drogheda 1907

Ryan, James G., Irish records, sources for family and local history, USA 1997


Share, Bernard (ed.), Crossing the Boyne: the great viaduct 1855-2005, Dublin 2005

Sharkey, Noel, The parish of Haggardstown and Blackrock, a history, Dundalk 2003

The parish of Haggardstown and Blackrock, a pictorial record, Dundalk 2008

A journey through time - from land to sea - in the parish of Haggardstown and Blackrock, Dundalk 2016

Smith, Brendan, The register of Nicholas Fleming Archbishop of Armagh 1404-1416, IMC Dublin 2003

The register of Milo Sweteman Archbishop of Armagh 1361-1380, Dublin 1996

Crisis and survival in late medieval Ireland: the English of Louth and their neighbours, 1330-1450, Oxford 2013

Smith, Nadia Clare, Dorothy Macardle, a life, Woodfield Press 2007

Snook, David, Faces from the past, merchant seamen from Dundalk in the early 20th Century, Louth County Museum, Dundalk, July 2010

Sughi, M.A. (ed.), Registrum Octaviani Alias Liber Niger, The register of Octavian de Palatio, Archbishop of Armagh 1478 - 1513, (2 Volumes), IMC Dublin 1999

Swift, John, Told in Toberona – a memoir, Watchword, Dublin 2008 (Dundalk-born socialist and conscientious objector during World War 1)


Taaffe, Dennis, Impartial history of Ireland, (4 volumes), Dublin, 1809, 1810, 1811 [Dennis Taaffe was from Clogherhead],

Taggart, Sister M. Anastasia & Sister Isabelle Smyth, The Medical Missionaries of Mary in Drogheda 1939-1999, ODS Drogheda 1999

Taylor, James W., The 1st Royal Irish Rifles in the Great War, Dublin, 2002 [Popular regiment with many Co. Louth associations]

The 2nd Royal Irish Rifles in the Great War, Dublin, 2005

Tempest, H.G., Guide to Dundalk & County Louth, Dundalk 1916 (Reprinted 1983)

Notes on the parish of St. Nicholas Dundalk, Dundalk 1955 (Reprinted 1989)

Gossiping guide to Dundalk, Dundalk 2008 (Reprint with new photographs added - excellent!)

Tempest McCrea, C., Dundalk Grammar School: The first 250 Years, 1739 - 1989, Dundalk 1989

Tempest of Dundalgan, portrait of a perfectionist, Dealgan Press, Dundalk 1988

Tempest's Memories, Dundalk at Work

Volume 1: Part 1 - The Shoe Industry, Part 2 - The Tobacco Industry, Dealgan Press, Dundalk 2010

Townsend, Brian, The lost distilleries of Ireland, Neil Wilson Publishing, Glasgow, 1997


Ua Dubhthaigh, Padraic, The book of Dundalk, Sligo 1946



Official guide Louth and Meath: Lughbhadh agus An Mhidhe, Dublin, n/d

Dealga's Legacy Dundalk's heritage, Dundalk 1989

Drogheda and 1798, ODS 1999

Down the Quay: A history of Dundalk harbour, n.d.

Mellifont Abbey, Co. Louth, Its ruins and associations. A Guide and Popular History, Dublin 1897

St. Vincent's school, Dundalk 1853-2003, Dundalk 2003

Dún Dealgan National School 1891 - 1991, Dundalk 1991 [The Presbyterian School, Dundalk]

Dundalk Dominicans 800 Jubilee 1216-2016, Dundalk 2016

Centenary souvenir, Saint Joseph's, Dundalk, 1876-1976, Dundalk 1976

Jubilee of St. Borchill's Church (Tea'pall Maurchaoil), Dysart, 1766-2016, Dunleer 2016


Vicars, Sir Arthur, Index to the prerogative wills of Ireland 1536 - 1810, Dublin 1897, (Republished by GPC 1967)


Whitmarsh, Victor, Memories of Dundalk, self-published, 1977 [Photographs]

Dundalk in the Emergency, self-published, 1980 [Photographs]

Some Dundalk days, self-published, 1983 [Photographs]

Old Dundalk, self-published, 1988 [Photographs]

Wilson, Maureen, & Ross, Noel, & Power, Patrick F., Dundalk images and impressions, Dundalk 1989 [Photographs]

Woulfe, Rev Patrick, Irish names and surnames, Dublin 1923, (Republished by GPC 1967)

Wright, Thomas, Louthiana, London 1748 (Reprinted, Dundalk 2000)


The 2001 edition of the County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society Journal has an Index of books reviewed in the Journal 1904 - 2000. This is an excellent source for County Louth reading material. The Index is also available on the Society's Web Site at (Click the "Journal" Link)


Journal of the Old Drogheda Society

For details of the journal articles from 1976 (first year of publication) click here.

Journal contents may also be found at



Journal of the County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society

Details of the journal articles from 1904 (first year of publication) to 2002 are available at the following Web Site:


The Society email address is:

The Society Web Page address is:

The Society's Web Site also has a comprehensive Index 1904 -2001 under the headings of Author, Books Reviewed and Subject


For details of Journal articles 1998 - 2014 click here

For Index of Illustrations 1904 - 2001 click here



Tempest's Annual (Dundalk)

List of articles from 1898 - 1976 can be found here



Journal of the Termonfeckin Historical Society

Details of journal articles 2001 - 2010 click here

Web Site:



Omeath - a Look at the Past

An Cumann Stáir Uí Mhéith - The Omeath Historical Society.

Details of journal articles 2005-2007 click here



Seanchas Ard Mhacha

Details of articles from 1990 (the journal was first published in 1954) are available at the following Web Site:



County Louth Memorial Inscriptions

For a full list of source material found in journals, booklets and books relating to County Louth memorial inscriptions click here




BHP: Buvinda Historical Publications, PO Box 2000, Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland

CLAHS: County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society, 5 Oliver Plunkett Park, Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland

CSAM: Cumann Seanchas Ard Mhacha - The Armagh Diocesan Historical Society

CSUM: An Cumann Stáir Uí Mhéith - The Omeath Historical Society

DLGS: Dun Laoghaire Genealogical Society [now Genealogical Society of Ireland]

DOE etc. Department of the Environment, Heritage & Local Government

FCP: Four Courts Press

GPC: The Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

IAP: Irish Academic Press

IMC: Irish Manuscripts Commission

IPA: Institute of Public Administration

IRSP: Irish Railway Record Society London Area

JCLAHS: Journal of the County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society

JDLGS: Journal of the Dun Laoghaire Genealogical Society [now JGSI]

JGSI: Journal of the Genealogical Society of Ireland

LGB: Local Government Board, Ireland

ODDTP: Ógra Dún Dealgan Teamwork Project

ODS: Old Drogheda Society, Millmount, Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland

OPW: Office of Public Works




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