Notes: Mapping of UIster Scots

1 Gregg, R. J., 'The Scotch-Irish Dialect Boundaries in Ulster', in Wakelin, Martyn F. (ed.), Patterns in the Folk Speech of the British Isles (London, 1972), 109-139.

2 Gregg, R. J., The Scotch-Irish Dialect Boundaries in the Province of Ulster (Port Credit, 1985).

3 Braidwood, J., 'Ulster and Elizabethan English', in Adams, G. B. (ed.), Ulster Dialects (Holywood, 1964), 5-109.

4 Blaney, Roger, Presbyterians and the Irish Language (Belfast, 1996), 175-176.

5 Robinson, P., 'Plantation and Colonisation: The Historical Background', in Boal, F. W., and J. N. H. Douglas (eds.), Integration and Division: Geographical Perspectives on the Northern Ireland Problem (London, 1982), 19-47.

6 Gailey, R. A., 'The Scots Element in North Irish Popular Culture', Ethnologia Europaea 8 (1975), 2-21.

7 Robinson, P., The Plantation of Ulster: British Settlement in an Irish Landscape, 1600-1670 (Dublin, 1984), 110.

8 Robinson, P., op. cit. (1984), 109-128.

9 Robinson, P., op. cit. (1982), 44-45.

10 Gailey, R. A., 'A New Year Custom in South-East Ulster', Schweizerische Archiv für Volkskunde 68 (1972), 126-136.

11 Robinson, P., Ulster-Scots: A Grammar of the Traditional Written and Spoken Language (Belfast, 1997), 14-17.

12 Gailey, R. A., Rural Houses of the North of Ireland (Glasgow, 1984), 182.

13 Robinson, P., 'The Geography of Tradition: Cultural Tradition in the Ards Peninsula', in Gailey, R. A. (ed.), The Use of Tradition (Cultra, 1988), 13-32; Robinson, P., 'Harvest, Halloween and Hogmanay: Acculturation in Some Calendar Customs of the Ulster-Scots', in Santino, Jack (ed.), The Popular Celebration of Halloween (Knoxville, 1994), 3-23; Robinson, P., 'Further Cruck Houses in South Antrim: Problems of Culture-Historical Interpretation', Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 112 (1982), 101-111.

14 Robinson, P., op. cit. (1984), passim.

15 Ibid., 92-93.

16 Ibid., 98.

17 Robinson, P. (1982), 43.

18 For example, Braidwood, J., op. cit., 5-38.

19 Knowler, W. (ed.), The Earl of Strafford's Letters and Dispatches, II (Dublin, 1740), 184-185.

20 Perceval-Maxwell, M., The Scottish Migration to Ulster in the Reign of James I (London, 1973), 314.

21 Hawkins, E. (ed.), Sir W. Brereton, 'Travels in ... Ireland ... 1634-5' (Manchester, 1844), 119-120.

22 Robinson, P., op. cit. (1984), 109-128.

23 Robinson, P., 'The Plantation of County Tyrone in the Seventeenth Century' (unpublished Ph.D. thesis, Queen's University, Belfast [1974]) 48-54.

24 Ibid., 50.

25 Ibid., 55.

26 Robinson, P., op. cit. (1984), 94.

27 Hill, G. (ed.), The Montgomery Manuscripts (Belfast, 1869); Lowry, T. K. (ed.), The Hamilton Manuscripts (Belfast, 1867).

28 Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, T. 615/3, Report of the Surveyor-General of Customs in Ireland, 1637.

29 National Library of Ireland, MSS 8014/8, Undertakers Certificates, 1622.

30 Robinson, P., op. cit. (1984), 121.

31 Historic Manuscripts Commission, Hastings MSS, IV, Sir Josias Bodley's Survey, 1613 (London, 1947), 159-192.

32 Robinson, P., op. cit. (1997), 13; The Ordnance Survey Memoirs were compiled on a parish-by-parish basis for each county during the 1830s, as a manuscript resource accompanying the first edition 6-inch mapped survey. Many of the original manuscript memoirs have now been published (e.g. Day, A., and P. McWilliams [eds.], The Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland, Vol. 17: Parishes of East Down and Lecale [Belfast, 1992]; .... Parishes of Co. Antrim, VIII [Belfast, 1993]; etc.). The originals may be accessed at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI), where they are boxed by parish and county.

33 PRONI, Ordnance Survey Memoirs, county Antrim, Parish of Carnmoney, 1839, Box 13.

34 Ordnance Survey Memoirs, Templecorran, 1838, Box 14.

35 Ordnance Survey Memoirs, Islandmagee, 1840, Box 16.

36 Ordnance Survey Memoirs, Grange of Ballywalter, 1839, Box 3.

37 Ordnance Survey Memoirs, Mallusk, 1838, Box 14.

38 Ordnance Survey Memoirs, Carncastle and Killyglen, 1840, Box 16.

39 Ordnance Survey Memoirs, Drumtullagh, 1840, Box 11.

40 Ordnance Survey Memoirs, Ballintoy, 1837, Box 6.

41 Ordnance Survey Memoirs, Armoy, 1836, Box 7.

42 Ordnance Survey Memoirs, Ahoghill, 1839, Box 9.

43 Ordnance Survey Memoirs, Grange of Shilvodan, 1837, Box 11.

44 Ordnance Survey Memoirs, Racavan, 1839, Box 6.

45 Ordnance Survey Memoirs, Dundermot, 1837, Box 12.

46 Ordnance Survey Memoirs, county Londonderry, Parish of Aghanloo, 1845, Box 38.

47 Gregg, R. J., op. cit. (1985), 1-3.

48 Ibid., 3.

49 Ibid., 3.

50 Ibid., 12.

51 Ibid., 27.

52 Ibid., 37.

53 Ibid., 37.

54 Ibid., 12.

55 Ibid., 11.

56 Ibid., 37.

57 Ibid., 60.

58 Ibid., 86.