Sir James Ware, historian and antiquary (1594-1666) an address ... by George V. Jourdan

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  • Ware, James, -- Sir, -- 1594-1666.,
  • Antiquarians -- Ireland -- Biography.,
  • Historians -- Ireland -- Biography.,
  • Ireland -- History -- 17th century.

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Statementby George V. Jourdan.
GenreBiography.
ContributionsMoody, T. W. 1907-1984 former owner.
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Pagination14 p. ;
Number of Pages14
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WARE, Sir JAMES (–), Irish antiquary and historian, eldest son of Sir James Ware and his wife, Mary Briden, was born at his father's house in Castle Street, Dublin, on 26 Nov. Children: Peter Ware, Robert Ware, Joseph Ware, Rose Lambart, Mary Conway.

WARE, Sir JAMES (–), Irish antiquary and historian, eldest son of Sir James Ware and his wife, Mary Briden, was born at his father's house in Castle Street, Dublin, on 26 Nov. His father went to Ireland as secretary to Sir William FitzWilliam (–) [q. v.], the lord deputy, inbecame auditor-general, a post in.

File: Sir James Ware (26 November - 1 December ) was an Irish historian. Born at Castle Street, Dublin, Ware was the eldest son of James Ware, who arrived in Ireland in as a secretary to Lord Deputy father was knighted by King James I, was elected M.P. for Mallow inand served as auditor-general for Ireland till his death inin.

Life. Harris was educated at Kilkenny College and Trinity College, married Elizabeth Ware, great-granddaughter of Sir James Ware, the historian, in and became vicar-general to the Archbishop of Meath in Harris received a government pension inwhich enabled him to work on histories and religious writings.

WARE, Sir JAMES (–), Irish antiquary and historian, eldest son of Sir James Ware and his wife, Mary Briden, was born at his father's house in Castle Street, Dublin, on 26 Nov. Sir James Ware (26 November - 1 December ) was an Irish historian. Born at Castle Street, Historian and antiquary book, Ware was the eldest son of James Ware, who arrived in Ireland in as a secretary to Lord Deputy father was knighted by King James I, was elected M.P.

for Mallow inand served as auditor-general for Ireland till his death inin which capacity he was. Sir James Ware: background Ware undoubtedly fits the stereotypical mould of the ‘New English’ colonist—a devout Protestant, staunch royalist and government official.

Born on 26November at Castle Street, Dublin, he was the eldest surviving son of English parents who came to Ireland in in Lord Deputy Sir William Fitzwilliam’s train.

Graham Parry, 'Ware, Sir James (–), antiquary and historian' in: Oxford dictionary of national biography (Oxford ). Linda Doran, 'Medieval communication routes through Longford and Roscommon and their associated settlements' in: Proc.

RIA, C (), 57– Sir James Ware (), antiquary and historian, was born at his father’s house, Castle Street, Dublin, on 26 November, Educated at TCD. He collected and studied manuscripts and charters from an early age. In he assumed by royal license the surname and arms of Ware, as representative of Sir James Ware, the historian of Ireland.

He was a member of the first council of the Chetham Society, and edited one of its early volumes ‘Lancashire Memorials of the Rebellion in ,’4to. The Obituary Book itself was certainly existing inwhen Sir James Ware made the "Extracts" from it: he describes it as a " manuscript written with several hands, but chiefly writ ten about King Henry 7th's time" (a.d.

?a.d. Many of the obits, however, given in. Another early reference to Ulick of Annaghkeen, placing him in the context of ancestor of the Clanricarde chieftains, is provided by the Irish historian Dubhaltach MacFirbisigh (who also undertook some translation work in and for Sir James Ware).

In his ‘Great Book of Genealogies’, compiled about the mid seventeenth century from. John Thomas Gilbert (), historian and antiquary, was for thirty-four years librarian of the Royal Irish Academy.

It was during this time, inthat his two-volume edition of these chartularies, registers and annals was originally published as part of the Rolls Series. Volume 2 contains two collections of excerpts from the abbey's lost sixteenth-century register.

Dubhaltach MacFhirbhisigh, also known as Dubhaltach Óg Giolla Íosa Mór mac Dubhaltach Mór Mac Fhirbhisigh, Duald Mac Firbis, Dudly Ferbisie, and Dualdus Firbissius (fl.

–January ) was an Irish scribe, translator, historian and genealogist. Active during the years c tohe was one of the last traditionally trained Irish Gaelic scholars, and was a member of the Clan. After leaving Edinburgh inHibbert-Ware eventually settled on a small family estate at Hale Barns near Altrincham, Cheshire.

In he assumed the surname Hibbert-Ware by royal licence, as the representative of Sir James Ware, the historian of Ireland.

Full text of "The Scottish antiquary, or, Northern notes & queries" See other formats. Nicolson, William, Archbishop of Cashel, was born in Cumberland inwas in consecrated Bishop of Derry, and in advanced to the archbishopric of Cashel, and died of apoplexy, 15th February He deserves notice as author of the Irish Historical Library, printed in Dublin incontaining a valuable list of authors and records in print and manuscript on subjects relating to.

Full text of "Derbyshire gatherings: a fund of delight for the antiquary, the historian." See other formats. began working for Sir James Ware, the noted Anglo-Irish antiquary and auditor general of Ireland During that year,or in the following one, Dubhaltach translated a number of texts from Irish into English for Ware; these included parts of the Annals of Inisfalien and of.

PETTY's LIFE. William Petty 1 was born on Monday, 26 May,at the house of his father, a poor clothier of Romsey in Hampshire. According to the detailed account of his childhood which he gave to Aubrey, his chief amusement consisted in “looking on the artificers, e.g.

smyths, the watchmaker, carpenters, joiners, etc.”2 until he “could have worked at any of their trades.” “At. James Tate (11 June – ) was the headmaster of Richmond School and canon of St Paul's Cathedral, London.

New!!: Amanuensis and James Tate (headmaster) See more» James Ware (historian) Sir James Ware II (26 November – 1 December ) was an Anglo-Irish historian. New!!: Amanuensis and James Ware (historian) See more. The Obituary Book itself was certainly existing inwhen Sir James Ware made the "Extracts" from it: he describes it as a "manuscript written with several hands, but chiefly writ­ten about King Henry 7th's time" (A.D.

A.D. Many of the obits, however, given in Ware's Extract of the Obituary Register, are of later date. Wimund married into the Grenville family; and in his son and heir, Walter, was born. Before the boy attained majority the father died. As Dr. Brushfield, a Devon antiquarian, to whose diligence and enthusiasm all students of the life of Walter Ralegh are indebted, has shown, Walter Ralegh of Fardell, on the termination of his minority, inwas possessed, in addition to Fardell, of.

Ware, Samuel Hibbert- (), antiquary and geologist Waring, Edward John (), physician Warren, Frederick Edward (), liturgical scholar and historian. Eminent Dublin People, from A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland by Samuel Lewis, The following eminent persons were born in the city in the years attached to their names: Richard Stanyhurst, historian, James Ussher, the celebrated prelate, ; Sir James Ware, the antiquary, ; Arthur Annesley, Earl of Annesley, See also: Dubhaltach Mór Mac Fhir Bhisigh Mac Fhir Bhisigh (Dubhaltach Mór) – Irish scholar and scribe of the Mac Fhir Bhisigh learned family See more Giolla Íosa Mac Fhir Bhisigh Mac Fhir Bhisigh (Giolla Íosa) (fl.

–) – No short description available See more James Ware Ware (James) (d. ) – (Sir) James Ware, Irish scholar, historian and antiquarian. Stephen, Sir James () Knight, civil servant and historian Stephen, Sir Leslie () Knight, man of letters, philosopher, biographer, mountaineer Swift, Jonathan () Dean of St Patrick's Dublin Satirist.

Graham Parry, 'Ware, Sir James (), antiquary and historian' in: Oxford dictionary of national biography (Oxford ). Linda Doran, 'Medieval communication routes through Longford and Roscommon and their associated settlements' in: Proc. RIA, C (), 57– This banner text can have markup.

web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. It continued in Manuscript tillwhen Sir JAMES WARE publish'd it at Dublin, in fol. from a Manuscript in Archbishop USHER's Library, with a Dedication to the Lord Viscount WENTWORTH, then Lord Deputy of Ireland; in which Sir JAMES remarks, that the "Calamities" of that Kingdom were "fully set forth, and "to the Life," by our Author, with.

Cox is praised in Walter Harris, Works of Sir James Ware, vol. 3., ALSO, This was the first Gaelic history to be published in Ireland, and for it Sir Richard Cox, as Chief Justice, had MacCurtain clapped in jail, where he produced an Irish grammar, dedicated to John Devenish, major-general of the Austrian army in the Netherlands.

Sir John Cheek Schoolmaster to King Edward the sixth, skilfull in Greek and Latine, The first Regius Professor of the Greek Tongue in Cambridge, ; Compared with Sir Thomas Smith, ibid.

A special instrument of propagating the Gospel in England, ibid. How he died, and his • everal Works, ibid. Martinus Chemnitius, when born, m. Full text of "The Scottish antiquary; or, Northern notes & queries" See other formats.

memory. In writing the book, McGee was, as he openly acknowledged, heavily reliant upon the writings of Sir James Ware (–), the Dublin-born seventeenth-century antiquary whose publication De Scriptoribus Hiberniae had documented the lives of Irish writers up to the early seventeenth century.

For McGee, however, Ware provided. 19 Oct - Abbotsford is a historic country house in the Scottish Borders, at the town of Galashiels, near Melrose, on the south bank of the River Tweed. It was formerly the residence of historical novelist and poet, Sir Walter Scott.

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In their proceedings of Novemthe Irish House of Commons referred the motion that a Writ be issued for the town of Lisburne, alias Lisnegarvy, in the county of Antrim, lately made a Corporation by virtue of Letters Patent from his majesty, Charles II to the Committee of Privileges for consideration.

First edition of this handsome book depicting the antiquities of Puteoli (Pozzuoli), a major Roman port. Paoli was president of the Pontifical Ecclesiastical Academy in Rome (), and a pioneering scholar and historian of the ancient civilizations of the region of Campania in southern Italy. Walter Harris and The whole works of Sir James Ware Diarmaid Ó Catháin.

Extending the grand tour: Dr Pococke’s travels, –41 Michael McCarthy (†) James Hardiman, – ‘the historian of Galway’ Marie Boran. George Petrie: his life and work Paul Walsh.

The life and work of Robert MacAdam of Belfast, –95 Annraoi de Paor. Neill, Virginia Company of London, J. Franklin Jameson, "The Records of the Virginia Company." An address delivered before the Rhode Island Historical Society, Novem (The manuscript used by the Editor) Reviewed in the Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries, Vol.

XXI, January-June, p. archÆological essays. by the late. sir james y. simpson, bart. m.d., d.c.l. one of her majesty's physicians for scotland, and professor of medicine and midwifery in the university of edinburgh.

edited by john stuart, ll.d. secretary of the society of antiquaries of scotland. vol. edinburgh edmonston and douglas publishers to the society of. Please report any links or images which do not open to [email protected] The information contained in these pages is provided solely for the purpose of sharing with others researching their ancestors in Ireland.Review of Todd's Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser.

Edinburgh Review 7 (October ) as a historian and antiquary, and very frequently to correct his answers. and it is a shame to literature that nothing has been added worth noticing to what Sir James .

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