What a wonderful time for online genealogy. So many new and rich
sources of information in just a few months time.
Thanks to Frank McHugh's reference to the Chris Paton's excellent
"British GENES" blog/website, I found a link there to a worked example
of using the Revised Valuation books on Bill Macafee's website:
The example contains hints on how to use the Revised Valuation Books,
shows maps, and how to use the PRONI eCatalog to find those maps. As Vi
and others pointed out, the maps are not (yet?) available online, except
John in NC.
On 2013/03/29 04:18 , Frank McHugh wrote:
Chris Paton has listed these missing books on his British GENES
Chris Paton has recently written 'Irish Family History on the Internet' for
Pen and Sword Books and his blog is definitely worth checking on a regular
basis, as there is a lot of relevant information for Irish Research.
VAL/12/B/1/12A Electoral Division of Coggrey 1923-1929
VAL/12/B/1/14A-F Electoral Division of Craigarogan 1864-1929
VAL/12/B/1/25C-F Electoral Division of Rashee 1881-1929
VAL/12/B/3/1A-C Electoral Division of Ahoghill 1865-1900
VAL/12/B/3/5L-T Electoral Division of Ballymena 1896-1931
VAL/12/B/4/3D-G Electoral Division of Ballymoney 1884-1930
VAL/12/B/4/17C Electoral Division of Killoquin Upper 1884-1897
VAL/12/B/4/18A-E Electoral Division of Kilraghts 1864-1929
VAL/12/B/4/19A Electoral Division of Kirkmoyle, Ballymoney 1923-1929
VAL/12/B/7/3C Missing from series (Ballynure)
VAL/12/B/8/7C Missing from series (Lambeg)
VAL/12/B/25/7C Missing from series (Magheraveely)
VAL/12/B/26/25D-E Electoral Division of Imeroo 1890-1923
VAL/12/B/38/8A Missing (Caledon)
VAL/12/B/43/H/4 Electoral Division of Duncairn Vol 3 1906-1915
Magheraveely (Newtownbutler area) and Imeroo (Tempo area) are the only ones
that refer to Fermanagh.
You can have a look at
Fermanagh Family History Society
From: Viola Wiggins
Sent: Thursday, March 28, 2013 1:14 PM
Subject: FERMANAGH-GOLD Revised Valuation Books missing records
Listers unable to find their townland of interest should note that there
are still some to be digitised and added at a future date.
Copied from PROBI website.
"Of the c.3,900 original volumes, 44 have not yet been scanned. These
remaining volumes will be added to the database at a future date."
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