Local History Books available online

Local History Books Online

  • Boyle, J.F. Waterford County; its lapsed and possible industries. Ireland; [N.D.], 1906.

  • Boyle, R. (1886). The Lismore Papers Vol III. The Lismore Papers (first series), viz. autobiographical notes, remembrances and diaries of Sir Richard Boyle, First and "Great" Earl of Cork : never before printed : edited, with introductions and notes and illustrations, from the original mss. belonging to His Grace the Duke of Devonshire, preserved in Lismore Castle : in five volumes Vol.III / edited, with introduction and notes and illustrations, by the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart, D.D., L.L.D., F.S.A. (Scot.).The Lismore Papers Vol III. Ireland: Private.

  • Boyle, R. The Lismore Papers Vol IV. The Lismore Papers (first series), viz. autobiographical notes, remembrances and diaries of Sir Richard Boyle, First and "Great" Earl of Cork : never before printed : edited, with introductions and notes and illustrations, from the original mss. belonging to His Grace the Duke of Devonshire, preserved in Lismore Castle : in five volumes Vol.IV / edited, with introduction and notes and illustrations, by the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart, D.D., L.L.D., F.S.A. (Scot.). Ireland: Private, 1886.

  • Boyle, R. The Lismore Papers Vol V. The Lismore Papers (first series), viz. autobiographical notes, remembrances and diaries of Sir Richard Boyle, First and "Great" Earl of Cork : never before printed : edited, with introductions and notes and illustrations, from the original mss. belonging to His Grace the Duke of Devonshire, preserved in Lismore Castle : in five volumes Vol.V / edited, with introduction and notes and illustrations, by the Rev. Alexander B. Grosart, D.D., L.L.D., F.S.A. (Scot.). Ireland: Private, 1886.

  • Brady, D.M. Final Report of the Woodstown Working Group on the future preservation and archaeological investigation at the national monuments site at Woodstown, Co. Waterford. Ireland: Government Publications, 2008.

  • Butler M. Fifty Golden Years: History of the Gaelic League in Waterford. Waterford: St. Carthage Press, 1944.

  • C.S.J. Memories of Villierstown. London: Henry S. King and Co., 1872.

  • Calendar of the minutes and records of Dungarvan Town Commissioners and Urban District Council. 1855-1950. Dungarvan: Dungarvan County Council, 1951.

  • Cavanagh, M. Waterford Celebrities. Waterford: Redmond (C.P.) and Co., 1902.

  • Compilation of Waterford Parish notes, A. Waterford: Waterford County Council, 2005.

  • Covey, T. A scheme for building a bridge over the river Suir at the city of Waterford. Ireland: Covey, 1770.

  • Denn, P. Aighneas an pheacaig leis an m-bas. Commonly known as Eachtra an Bhais. Waterford: Harvey and Co., 1899.

  • Doudney, D. An outline of the rise and progress of the Bonmahon industrial, infant, and ragged schools, County of Waterford : established by the Rev. D.A. Doudney, Curate of Monksland, Bonmahon. Ireland: Industrial Printing School Bonmahon, 1854.

  • Downey, E. Songs of a secretary. U.K.: The Washington Press, 1920.

  • Farrington, T. A life of the honourable Robert Boyle. Ireland: Guy and Co., 1917.

  • Field, W.G. The Illustrated Guide to the Blackwater and Ardmore. Youghal: W.G. Field., 1898.

  • Fitzpatrick, T. Waterford during the Civil War (1641-1653). Waterford: Downey And Co. Publishers, 1912.

  • Flood, W.H.G. William Vincent Wallace: A Memoir. Waterford: The Waterford News, 1912.

  • Flood, W.H.G. Early Tudor Composers. U.K.: Oxford University Press, 1925.

  • Flood, W.H.G. A History of Irish Music (4th Edition). Ireland: Brown and Nolan, 1927.

  • Flood, W.H.G. A History of Irish Music. Ireland: Browne and Nolan, 1927.

  • Fraher, W. Dungarvan An architectural Inventory. Waterford: Dungarvan Museum Society, 1983.

  • Fraher, W. John Roberts Architect 1712-1796. Ireland: William Fraher, 1983.

  • Gimlettee, T. Extracts relating to County Waterford taken from The History of the Huguenot Settlers in Ireland. Ireland: [Typescript], 1961.

  • Hall, S.C. Ireland, its scenery, character, etc. (Vol. 1). U.K.: Hall, Virtue and Co., 1841.

  • Hall, S.C. Ireland, its scenery, character, etc. (Vol. 2). U.K.: Hall, Virtue and Co., 1842.

  • Hall, S.C. Ireland, its scenery, character, etc. (Vol. 3). U.K.: Hall, Virtue and Co., 1843.

  • Healy, J. Schools of the seventh Century. The school of Lismore, St. Carthach. Ireland: Sealy, Bryers and Walker, 1893.

  • Hunt, W. The Irish Parliament 1775 From an official and contemporary manuscript. Ireland: Hodges Figgis, 1907.

  • Hyde, D. The Conquests of Charlemagne: Irish Texts Society : Edited from The Book of Lismore and three other vellum. Vol XIX. London: Irish Texts Society, 1917.

  • Kelly, B. The Old Dark Blue: Cappoquin rowing club, 1862-2002. Ireland: Cappoquin Rowing Club, 2002.

  • Keohan E. Illustrated History of Dungarvan. Waterford: Waterford News, 1924.

  • A Letter from an English officer in His Majesty’s Army in Ireland giving a true account of the progress of affairs in that Kingdom: Together with what passed at the Surrender of Waterford and Duncannon. And of His Majesty’s march towards Limerick. Dated July 29th, 1690 (1690). London: Old Bailey.

  • Lismore-Ballyduff: extracts from a report printed in the Cork Examiner in 1847 concerning the Ballysagart and other estates during the famine : compiled with a few added notes by An Sagart Paróiste Bailedubh. Waterford: Dungarvan Leader, 1946.

  • Little, G.A. The Ouzel Galley (2nd Edition). Dublin: Cahill and Co. Ltd., 1953.

  • McClean, L. Father Luke Wadding, Irishman and Franciscan, A tercentenary tribute. Ireland: Assisi Press, 1956.

  • McClintock, E.R. Printing in the City of Waterford in the Seventeenth Century, (Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Volume XXXII, Section C, Number 21). Dublin: Hodges, Figgis and Co. Ltd., 1916.

  • McGregor, J.J. The loss of the horse transport, Captain Gibbs, in the bay of Tramore, on the 30th January, 1816. Waterford: John Bull, 1816.

  • Meyer, K. The expulsion of the Dessi. U.K.: Y. Cymmrodor, 1901.

  • Moloney, M.F. Irish Ethno-Botany and the evolution of medicine in Ireland. Ireland: Gill (M.H.) and Son, 1919.

  • Moloney, S.J. The History of Mount Mellery Abbey. Ireland: Paramount Printing House, 1952.

  • Murphy, C. An examination of the causes and condition of death in County Waterford, 1864-1900. Waterford: Catherine Murphy, 1997.

  • O Cathbhuadhaigh, M. Reilig Bhaile Haicéid / curtha le chéile ag Máirtín O Cathbhuadhaigh. Ireland: Coiste Forbartha an tSean Phobail & Udaras na nGaeltachta, 2006.

  • O’Connor, D. Walking the holy ground in Ardmore and Lismore: Early Irish spirituality. Ireland: An Sagart, 2002.

  • O’Donovan, J. Letters containing information relative to the Antiquities of the County of Waterford collected during the prigress of the Ordnance Survey in 1841. Ireland: Manuscript, 1929.

  • O’Flynn, J.J. Two Centuries of Catholic Bishops of Waterford and Lismore (1629-1829). Ireland: Downey and Co. Ltd., 1917.

  • O’Mullane, M.J. The Cruise of the “Erin’s Hope” or “Gunrunning in ‘67”. Ireland: Truth Society of Ireland, 1916.

  • Pococke, R. Pococke’s tour in Ireland in 1752. Ireland: Hodges, Figgis and Co., 1891.

  • Power, P. Ardmore: Its founder and early Christian Memorials. Ireland: Catholic Truth Society of Ireland, 1931.

  • Power, P. The Place Names of Decies (2nd edition). Ireland: Cork University Press, 1952.

  • Power, P. A Short History of County Waterford. Ireland: The Waterford News, 1933.

  • Power, P. Waterford and Lismore: A compendious history of the united dioceses. Ireland: Cork University Press, 1937.

  • Report of the Proceedings at a Public Meeting held in the City of Waterford on Friday Nov.9 1827 for the purpose of establlishing an auxiliary to the British Society for Promoting the Principles of the Reformation (1827). Waterford: Henderson (Richard).

  • Statement of Mr. Nicholas Whittle, Tramore, (being a personal account of the period 1916-1921 and the Tramore ambush). Waterford: Waterford County Council.

  • Taylor, A. Tramore: A glimpse of other days. Ireland/Waterford: Taylor, 1987.

  • Tobin, T. Echoes from the Decies: (A Waterford scrapbook). Ireland: Tobin, 1953.

  • Tobin, T. Memories of one hundred years of rowing by Cappoquin Oarsmen: A Souvenir in words and pictures of our century. Ireland: Cappoquin Rowing Club, 1962.

  • Ussher, E. Extracts from the letters of Elizabeth, Lucy, and Judith Ussher, late of the city of Waterford (Second edition). Dublin: Jones (J.), 1815.

  • Ussher, R.J. (1900), The Birds of Ireland: An account of the distribution, migrations and habits of birds as observed in Ireland. U.K.: Gurney and Jackson, 1900.

  • Wadding, L. (1960), A Pious Garland being the December Letter and Christmas Carols of Fr. Luke Wadding, Bishop of Ferns, 1683-1688. Ireland: M.H. Gill and Sons Ltd., 1960.

  • Waterford’s Bridges. Waterford: Waterford County Council, [N.D.].

  • Wonder no miracles: Mr. Valentine Greatrakes gift of healing examined, upon occasion of a sad effect of his stroaking, March the 7, 1665, at one of Mr. Cressets house in Charter-House-Yard. In a letter to a Reverend Divine, living near that place (1666). U.K.: Sam. Speed.