The Charter Towns of Ulster 400 – 1613-2013

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In the early 1600s, some forty towns throughout Ireland received charters of incorporation, around half of which were located in Ulster. The granting of so many charters almost simultaneously was unprecedented in Ireland's history, and was in part a product of the Ulster Plantation.

This period of critical importance in Irish urbanisation was to alter the island's social and geographical landscape forever. Virtually all of the sites chosen had been important places, both in the ecclesiastical and Gaelic worlds, and the legacy of the incorporated towns and their charters remains with us to this day.

This booklet tells the Ulster dimension of that story.

Dr William Roulston

Dr William Roulston has been the Research Director of the Ulster Historical Foundation since 2006.

His books include The parishes of Leckpatrick and Dunnalong: their place in history (2000), Researching Scots-Irish Ancestors (2005), and Restoration Strabane, 1660-1714 (2007).

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