Irish Historic Towns Atlas – Ennis

Ancestors from Ennis, County Clare? Here’s an announcement of interest from Clare Roots Society:

Founder Member Larry Brennan has come up with another ‘little gem’ to
share with Clare Roots members. Anyone with Ennis connections will be
intrigued with the extraordinary body of knowledge contained in the
Irish Historic Towns Atlas (IHTA), using the weblink attached to access
the site where the Atlas resides.

First and foremost, Clare Roots Society would draw your attention to the
Digital Rights and Copyright attached to the use of said Irish Historic
Town Atlas, No. 25. registered under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non
Commercial 4.0 International License. It is the responsibility of
individuals making use of the material to acknowledge this resource,
crediting the .pdf as required.

Irish Historic Towns Atlas (IHTA), no. 25, Ennis Author: Brian Ó Dálaigh
Editors: Anngret Simms, H.B. Clarke, Raymond Gillespie, Jacinta Prunty
Consultant editor: J.H. Andrews Cartographic editor: Sarah Gearty
Editorial assistants: Angela Murphy, Jennnifer Moore Printed and
published in 2012 by the Royal Irish Academy, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
Maps prepared in association with the Ordnance Survey Ireland and Land
and Property Services Northern Ireland

https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/assets.ria.ie/ihta/ihta-digital/early-modern-gaelic-and-plantation-towns/ennis/IHTA_25_Ennis_Text.pdf

Digital content from: Irish Historic Towns Atlas (IHTA), no. 25, Ennis
Author: Brian Ó Dálaigh Editors: Anngret Simms, H.B. Clarke, Raymond
Gillespie, Jacinta Prunty Consultant editor: J.H. Andrews Cartographic
editor: Sarah Gearty Editorial assistants: Angela Murphy, Jennnifer
Moore Printed and published in 2012 by the Royal Irish Academy, 19
Dawson Street, Dublin 2 Maps prepared in association with the Ordnance
Survey Ireland and Land and Property Services Northern Ireland The
contents of this digital edition of Irish Historic Towns Atlas no. 25,
Ennis, is registered under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial
4.0 International License. Referencing the digital edition Please ensure
that you acknowledge this resource, crediting this pdf following this
example: Topographical information. In Brian Ó Dálaigh, Irish Historic
Towns Atlas, no. 25, Ennis. Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, 2012
(www.ihta.ie, accessed 4 February 2016), text, pp 1–14. Acknowledgements
(digital edition) Digitisation: Eneclann Ltd Digital editor: Anne
Rosenbusch Original copyright: Royal Irish Academy Irish Historic Towns
Atlas Digital Working Group: Sarah Gearty, Keith Lilley, Jennifer Moore,
Rachel Murphy, Paul Walsh, Jacinta Prunty Digital Repository of Ireland:
Rebecca Grant Royal Irish Academy IT Department: Wayne Aherne, Derek
Cosgrave For further information, please visit www.ihta.ie

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