Event: Plantation and Retribution: Ulster 1610-1641, Ulster Local History Trust, Armagh, 20th November

Ulster Local History Trust Presents ‘Plantation and Retribution: Ulster 1610-1641’ 

SATURDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2010 in Cardinal Tomás Ó Fiaich Library & Archive Armagh

‘Plantation and Retribution: Ulster 1610-1641’

Registration 9.45 -10.30

Session 1 10.30 -12.15

Introduction from Jack Johnston, chairman, Ulster Local History Trust.

Dr Brendan Scott (NUI Maynooth): ‘The 1622 church visitation of Ulster’. 

Professor Jane Ohlmeyer (Trinity College Dublin): ‘Planter peers of Ulster’.


Lunch 12.15 -1.30

Session 2 1.30 – 3.00 

Dr William Roulston (Ulster Historical Foundation): ‘Plantation churches’.

Dr David Edwards (University College Cork): ‘A bolt from the blue? Disturbances and violence in Ireland before the 1641 revolt’.


Tea/Coffee 3.00 – 3.30

Session 3 3.30 – 5.00  

Professor Aidan Clarke (Trinity College Dublin): ‘The 1641 massacres’.

Professor John Morrill (University of Cambridge): ‘Robert J. Hunter: an appreciation’.


Bookstalls will be open all day at the venue.

Click here for flyer

How to book
Contact the Ulster Local History Trust Administrator: Mrs Vicky Herbert at 18, Clonaog Valley, Lisnaskea, Co. Fermanagh, BT92 0LJ. Tel: 028 677 21730 Booking fee: 25 euro/ £22.50 stg. Lunch not included in price.

How to get to the O’Fiaich Library 
15 Moy Road Armagh BT61 7LY Northern Ireland Tel: +44 28 3752 2981
The Library is situated just off the Moy Road and to the rear of St Patrick’s Roman Catholic cathedral in Armagh City. There is extensive free car parking for both cars and coaches less that 50m from the entrance.


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