Further Reading

Here’s a list of documents or external websites referenced on this website. These links are provided as a further source of reference and information. Some are external websites and we are not responsible for their content. We do hope that you find these documents useful.

Annals of the Four Masters – an online copy held in CELT at University College Cork

Castle Archdale, Co. Fermanagh on Wikipedia

Donegal Highlands by James McDevitt, 1866

Drumhome / Drumholm Old Church Graveyard as documented in the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage

George Petrie, (1790-1866), painter, musician, antiquary and archaeologist. Editor of Irish Penny Journal. Wikipedia

Ireland: Its Scenery, Characters &c – Anna Maria & Samuel Carter Hall, Volumes 1-3, 1841-1843

Irish Penny Journal, 16 January 1841

Kilbarron Castle Conservation Report, Combined Report. Gerry McManus, Conservation Architect & Joe Gormley, Structural Engineer; November 2014

Kilbarron Castle Ecology Report – November 2014

Kilbarron Castle and It’s Plants – a presentation, Heritage Week 2015

Kilbarron Church Ecology Report – June 2021

Kilbarron Church Landscape Archaeology – December 2013

Kilmacrennan Abbey – Kilmacrennan Regeneration Group

Monasticom Hibernicum – by Melvyn Archdall 1723; republished 1873, edited by Francis Patrick Moran.

Statistical Account of Kilbarron, an essay by Rev. Henry Major in Statistical Account of Ireland, William Shaw Mason, 1814

Topographical Dictionary of Ireland , Samuel Lewis, 1837, at the Library of Ireland.

Tours in Ulster: a hand-book to the antiquities and scenery of the North of Ireland – John Borbridge Doyle 1855

Simon Dowling’s Aerial Archeology website with his photogrammetry archeology of other historic sites in Ireland.

Speaker William Conolly of Ballyshannon on Wikipedia.

Wardtown Castle a contemporary commentary by Ed Hannon, Visions of the Past.

William Alfred Green (1870-1958) Photographer whose life is recorded on Hidden Gems