Anthony Malcomson was educated at Campbell College, Belfast, and Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and was awarded a PhD in history by QUB in 1970. Most of his working life was spent in the Public Record Office Northern Ireland, of which he was a director from 1988 until his retirement in 1998.
His publications include John Foster: The Politics of the Anglo-Irish Ascendancy (Oxford, 1978), Archbishop Charles Agar: Churchmanship and Politics in Ireland, 1760-1810 (Dublin, 2002), Primate Robinson (1709-94): ‘A very tough incumbent in fine preservation’ (Belfast, 2003), Nathaniel Clements: Government and Governing Elite in Ireland, 1725-75 (Dublin, 2005) and numerous articles, essays and editions.
familia articles Co. Tyrone Plantation of Ulster Co. Down Directory of Irish Family History Research Co. Armagh Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: County Londonderry Co. Londonderry Clergy Succession Lists Biographies and Memoirs Genealogical Guides Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Co. Antrim eBook Politics Migration Studies Belfast Church History Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland: County Antrim Familia: Ulster Genealogical Review
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