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history of Dumbartonshire, civil, ecclesiastical, and territorial

Joseph Irving

history of Dumbartonshire, civil, ecclesiastical, and territorial

with genealogical notices of the principal families in the county: the whole based on authentic records, public and private.

by Joseph Irving

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Published by Printed for the author in Dumbarton .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Dunbartonshire (Scotland)
    • Subjects:
    • Dunbartonshire (Scotland)

    • Edition Notes

      A later edition was published 1879 under title: The book of Dumbartonshire.

      StatementBy Jeseph Irving.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA880.D8 I6
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 472, 473*-500*, 473-616 p.
      Number of Pages616
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6933776M
      LC Control Number03028455
      OCLC/WorldCa1100115

      "DUMBARTONSHIRE (sic), Co., partly maritime but chiefly inland, in W. of Scotland, comprising a main body and a detached portion; area, , ac.; pop. 75,, or persons to each sq.m. The main body is in the shape of a crescent, having the convex side adjacent to the estuary of the Clyde, and measures to 14 miles in breadth, and. We are adding hundreds of thousands of extracted historical records to our website - including rolls of male heads of families, baptismal and marriage registers, Kirk Session records and Poor Law records.

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History of Dumbartonshire, civil, ecclesiastical, and territorial by Joseph Irving Download PDF EPUB FB2

Full text of "The history of Dumbartonshire, civil, ecclesiastical, and territorial: with genealogical notices of the principal families in the country: the whole based on authentic records, public and private" See other formats. The history of Dumbartonshire, civil, ecclesiastical, and territorial; with genealogical notices of the principal families in the county: the whole based on authentic records, public and private.

The history of Dumbartonshire, civil, ecclesiastical, and territorial: with genealogical notices of the principal families in the country: the whole based civil authentic records, public and private by Irving, Joseph, Internet Archive BookReader The history of Dumbartonshire, civil, ecclesiastical, and territorial: with genealogical notices of the principal families in the country: the whole based on authentic records, public and ecclesiastical.

The Book Of Dumbartonshire Vol 3 - Portraits And Mansions - - 85 pages The History of Dumbartonshire, Civil, Ecclesiastical, and Territorial - - pages Dumbarton Ancient and Modern - - pages Dumbarton Burgh Records - - pages Macleod's History of the castle & town of Dumbarton - 5/5(1).

See Joseph Irving’s History of Dumbartonshire, Civil, Ecclesiastical, and Territorial (Dumb. ); his Book of Dumbartonshire (3 vols. ); and Sir Wm. Fraser’s Chiefs of Colquhoun and their Country (2 vols., Edinb., ).

From Groome's Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland, Dumbarton was the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Alclud, and later the county town of Dunbartonshire. Dumbarton Castle, on top of Dumbarton Rock, dominates the ton was a Royal burgh between and Dumbarton emerged from the 19th century as a centre for shipbuilding, glassmaking, and whisky production.

However these industries have since declined, and Dumbarton. (See also Ecclesiastical history of Dumbartonshire Parishes.) Palmer, John, bailie of Dumbarton,Parliament, Members of, for Dumbarton county and burgh, from to Full text of "The book of Dumbartonshire: a history of the county, burghs, parishes, and lands, memoirs of families, and notices of industries carried on in the Lennox district" See other formats.

Dunbartonshire (Scottish Gaelic: Siorrachd Dhùn Breatann) or the County of Dumbarton is a historic county, lieutenancy area and registration county in the west central Lowlands of Scotland lying to the north of the River tonshire borders Perthshire to the north, Stirlingshire to the east, Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire to the south, and Argyllshire to the west.

Though the most northerly point of the county is bounded by Perthshire, yet Stirlingshire, as forming the hypothenuse of the triangle, is the principal boundary ^ "History of Dumbartonshire," 8vo, I Territorial," 4to, 1 " A Lennox Garland," "Dumbartonshire, Civil, Ecclesiastical, and | ; reprinted VOL.

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The old parish church in High Street was demolished. The population of Dumbarton burgh according to the census was 3, A curling club was established. The 'Rob Roy' was built at the William Denny shipyard.

It became the first steam powered ferry to cross the English Channel. Dunbartonshire, also called Dumbartonshire, Dunbarton, or Dumbarton, historic county of west-central Scotland, northwest and northeast of comprises two sections: the main body of the county in the west, extending along the north bank of the River Clyde from the outskirts of Glasgow to Loch Long, and a smaller detached area in the east surrounding the towns of Kirkintilloch and.

The book of Dumbartonshire: a history of the county, burghs, parishes, and lands, memoirs of families, and notices of industries carried on in the Lennox district by Irving, Joseph, cn. Publication date Topics Dumbartonshire (Scotland) -- History, Dumbartonshire (Scotland) -.

Dumbartonshire: County and Burgh From the earliest times to the close of the Eighteenth Century Forming Part II. of a Revised History of Dumbartonshire.

Double-page map, in colour, of Lennox, pp [viii],[1] blank and with 9 illustrations including a double-page map,[3] blank. The book of Dumbartonshire: a history of the county, burghs, parishes, and lands, memoirs of families, and notices of industries carried on in the Lennox district.

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The Book of Dumbartonshire: a history of the county, burghs, parishes, and lands, memoirs of families, and notices of industries carried on in the Lennox district.

This three volume work by Joseph Irving dates from and comprises a comprehensive history of the region, complemented by in-depth parish reports and intricate maps.History See also: English Short Title Catalogue, 15thth centuries; Early American Imprints, – In in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Stephen Daye produced the first book printed in British North America, the Bay Psalm Book.

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