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A. c.1690-1930 papers about family History

Maker:  The Delacherois Family Archive comprising

Date: 

(1909)

Description: 

The Delacherois Family Archive comprising: A. c.1690-1930 papers about family History, B. 1675-1814: 1933 De Lacherois commissions, formal documents etc., C. 1636-1897 Wills and Probates, D. 1623-1901 Co Down title deeds, E. 1617-1937 Co Down leases, F. 1675-1901 Legal case papers, G. 1771-1825: 1858-1906 Donaghadee manor court proceedings, H. 1775-c.1900 Maps, surveys, plans and drawings, J. c.1650-1880 Rentals and accounts, K. 1654-1700 Mount Alexander correspondence, L. 1698-1829 18th Century de Lacherois Correspondence, M. 1798-1860 De Lacherois correspondence, N. c.1823-1827: 1839-1924 Letters and of the Leslie family, P. 1845-1935 De Lacherois correspondence, Q. 1874-1937 Photographs and printed matter, U. 1849-1875 Papers about Dublin City property, V. c.1800-1930 Papers of Miss May Crommelin, W. 1725-1909 Unsorted papers

ID:  114089

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Belfast

The archive may be seen at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) where it is on indefinite loan. Access will be in accordance with the PRONI rules.