Essai de biographie des Huguenots en Irlande/Essay of Huguenots’biography in Ireland

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* Agnew David C. A., Protestant exiles from France in the reign of Louis XIV :or, the huguenot refugees and their descendants in Great Britain and Ireland, Londres, Reeves & Turner, 1871, 2 vol., 1874, 3 vol.

* Agnew Purl Myrtille, Protestant Exiles from France, Chiefly in the Reign of Louis XIV; or, The Huguenot Refugees and their Descendants in Great Britain and Ireland,  Edinbourg, Turnbull and Spears, 1886, 3e édi., 2 volumes.

* Sir Borrowes Erasmus Dixon, French Settlers in Ireland: the Huguenot Colony at Portarlington (1ère partie) in The Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 1855, vol. 3, p. 56/67 & p. 213/231 & 2eme partie, 1858, vol. 6, p. 297-346.

* Burdick Holderly Carol,  Protestants in Ireland : their impact on society and the family, Salt Lake City (Utah),  Corporation of the President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, c. 1980.

* Caldicott C. Edric J., Gough Hugh & Pittion Jean-Paul, the Huguenots and Ireland : anatomy of an emigration, Dublin, The Glendate Press, 1987.* Caldicott C. Edric J, The legacy of the Huguenot,  in Proceedings of the Huguenot Society, 26/3, 1995, p. 350/58.

* Carré Albert Lucien,  L’influence des Huguenots Francais en Irlande aux XVII et XVIII Siecles, thèse de doctorat en Sorbonne, Paris, Presses Universitaires de France, 1937.

* Clark Mary, Foreigners and freedom : the Huguenot Refuge in Dublin city : 1660/1700, in  Proceedings of the Huguenot Society, XXVII (3), 2000,  p. 382/91.

* Chambrier Marie Anne de, Projet de colonisation en Irlande par les réfugiés français 1692/99, in Proceedings of the Huguenot Society, VI , 1901,  p. 370/432.

* Coffey Petra, Huguenot Freemen of the city of Dublin (texte de 1919, recensé par Gertrude Thrift), in  Proceedings of the Huguenot Society, XXVI, (5), 1997,  p. 635/69.

* Costello/Le Clerc  Vivien, Printed Irish Huguenot Ancestral Research Source Information Booklet, Dublin, Irish Section of HS of GB & I, 1989; Irish Huguenot Records, in Ryan James G, Irish Church Records,Gleanageary, Flyleaf Press, 1992, 2001(2), p. 171-186; Researching Huguenot Officers in the British Army, 1688–1713, in Genealogists’ Magazine, vol. 28, n° 8 , décembre 2005, p. 335/54; Researching Huguenot Officers in the British Army, 1688–1713 [1ère partie –research guide] in Huguenot Families,  Londres, n° 14, mars 2006, p. 2/35 & [2e partie – list of pensioners with regiments, ranks and places of settlement in England, Ireland and elsewhere] in Huguenot Families, n° 15, septembre  2006, p. 2/24; Researching Huguenot  Settlers in  Ireland, in Brigham Young University Family Historian , vol. 6, n° 1, 2007, p. 83/163.

* De La Cherois Purdon Charles Nicolas, French Settlers in Ireland: the Huguenot Colony in Lisburn” (1ère partie), in The Ulster Journal of Archaeology , volume 1, 1853, p. 209/220  & volume 2, 1854,  2eme partie, p. 167/181, par Samuel Hayman.

* Drelincourt Pierre, De l’Estat presente d’Irlande & des Avantages qy’y peuvent trouver les Protestants François, Dublin, 1681; Cf.  McKee Jane,  Pierre Drelincourt et sa contribution à la vie intellectuelle en Angleterre et en Irlande, in  Häseler Jens and McKenna Antony, La vie intellectuelle aux Refuges protestants, , Paris,  H. Champion, V, 1999, p. 269–88.

*Dunan-Page Anne (éd.), The Religious Culture of the Huguenost 1660-1750, Aldershot, Ashgate, 2006.

* Dunan-Page Anne & Munoz-Teulié Marie-Christine (textes réunis par), Les Huguenots dans les îles britanniques, de la renaissance au lumières. Écrits religieux et représentations, Paris,  Éditions Honoré Champion, 2008.

*  Evans T. E., Notes on the Besnard family in Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Vol. 39, 1934), pp. 92–99.

* Fairbrother E. H., French Protestants in Cork, in Huguenot Society of G. B. & Ireland Proceedings, vol. 11, 1915–17.

* Gimlette Thomas, French Settlers in Ireland: the Huguenot settlers inWaterford , in   The Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 1856, vol. 4, p198/221 ; The History of the Huguenot Settlers in Ireland, andother Literary Remains,  Dunmore East, Privately Issued, 1888; Data CD, Dublin, 2007.

* Rev. Hayman Samuel, French Settlers in Ireland: the Huguenot Settlement at Youghal, Co. Cork, in The Ulster Journal of Archaeology,1854, 2, p. 223/229.

* Hylton Raymond  Pierre, Dublin’s Huguenot Community : Trials,Developments and Triumph 1662/1701, in Proceedings of the Huguenot Society, 24/3, 1985, p. 221/31; The huguenot communities in Dublin 1662/1745, Thèse à la National University of Ireland, Dublin, University College Dublin, 1985; Dublin’s Huguenot Refuge : 1662/1817, in Dublin Historical Record, XL, n° 1, 1986, p. 15/25; The Huguenot Settlement at Portarlington, 1691-1771, in The Huguenotsand Ireland: Anatomy of an Emigration, op. cit., 1987, p. 297/320;  Ireland’s Huguenots and their refuge 1662/1745. An unlikely haven, Brighton, Sussex Academic Press, 2005, 2013 (2).

* Johnson E., The diary of Elie Bouhereau in Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of London, vol. n° 15, 1937, 1, p. 46–68.

* Rev. Knox Samuel James, Ireland’s Debt to the Huguenots, Dublin, Association for promoting Christian Knowledge, 1959.

* L’Amie W. J., A note on the silver oar at Cork—work of M.[recte R. Goble] Goble, Cork Huguenot silversmith, in Huguenot Society of London Proceedings, Vol. 12, 1917/8, p. 222/2.

* Lart Charles E.,  Huguenot Pedigrees, 2 vols. in 1, The Ste Catherine Press, Londres, 1924-1925; reprint, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1973.

* Lee Grace Lawless, The Huguenot settlements in Ireland, Londres, New York & Toronto, Green and cy, 1936; Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co, 1999 (2).

*  Lougee Chappell Carolyn,  The Pains I took to save my/his family: escape accounts by a Huguenot mother and daughter after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes in French Historical Studies, vol. 22, n°. 1 , été 1999), p. 1–64.

* Sir Lunham Thomas Ainslie, Early French Refugees in Cork, inCorkHistorical and Archaeological Journal, vol. 24, 1918), p. 8–15.

* Le Fanu Thomas Philip,  Registers of the French Non-Conformist Churchs of Lucy lane and Peter street, Dublin, Aberdeen University Press ltd, 1901; Nendeln, Kraus reprint, 1969; Marie de la Rochefoucauld de Champagné and her escape from France in 1687, inProceedings of the Huguenot Society of London, vol 12/13, p. 454/473The children of Marie de la Rochefoucauld de Champagné idem,p. 560/78; Life and sufferings of Benjamin de Daillon, in Huguenot Society of G. B. & Ireland Proceedings, vol. 14, p. 458–78.

* Mckee Jane, The Integration of the Huguenots into the Irish Church: the case of Peter Drelincourt, in Vigne Randolph & Littleton Charles (éd.), From Strangers to Citizens. The Integration of Immigrant Communities in Britain, Ireland and Colonial America, Londres,  Sussex, 2001, p. 442-450; item, The influence of the Huguenots on Educated Ireland: Huguenot books in Irish church libraries of the eighteenth century, in  Dunan-Page Anne (éd.), Thou tallest my wanderings’: The Religious Culture of the Huguenots from 1660 to 1789, Aldershot, Ashgate Press, 2006.

*  McMahon Morgan, Frenc‘ Refugees in Cork, in Cork Historical and Archaeological Journal, vol. 24 ,1918, p. 8/15 & 131/2.

* Magdelaine Michelle, L’Irlande huguenote : utopie ou réalité, in De l’Humanisme aux Lumières, Bayle et le protestantisme. Mélanges en l’honneur d’Elisabeth Labrousse, Paris, Universitas, Oxford, Voltaire Foundation, 1996, p. 273/285.

* Marmoy Charles F. A., The Registers of the French Churches of Edinburgh and Cork, in Huguenot Society of
G. B. & Ireland Proceedings, Vol. 22, 1970–76, p. 281–82.

* Murtagh Harman and O’Dwyer Michael, Dumont de Bostaquet and the Huguenots at the Siege of Limerick, 1690, in Old Limerick Journal, volume 28, 1990, p. 163/169.

* O’Hart John, Irish Pedigrees or the origin and stem of the Irish Nation, Dublin, J.Duffy & Cy, New York, Benziger Brothers, vol. 2, 1892.

* Pittion Jean-Paul,  D’un exil à l’autre : Le refuge huguenot en Irlande,in Lastraioli Chiara, Balsamo Jean (dir.), Chemins de l’exil, havres de paix. Migrations d’hommes et d’idées au XVIe siècle, Colloque international, Tours, Centre d’Études supérieures de la Renaissance, 8-9 nov. 2007.

* Powell John S, Huguenots, Planters, Portarlington : Portarlington, a Planted Town, York, Frenchchurch Press, 1990, 1994(2).

* St. Leger Alicia, Silver, Sails and Silk – Huguenots in Cork 1685–1850, Cork Civic Trust, 1991.

*Smiles Samuel, The Huguenots : Their Settlements, Churches and Industries in England and Ireland, Londres, John Murray, 1867; New York, Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1868.

* Usher Robin, Protestant Dublin 1660/1760. architecture and Iconography , Basingstoke/New York, Palgrave Mc Millan, 2012.

* Vigne Randolph,  « Le Project d’Irlande”: Huguenot Migration in the 1690s, in History Ireland, vol.2, n°.2 , été  1994;  The Good Lord Galway: The English and Irish Careers of a Huguenot Leader in HuguenotSociety of GB & Ireland Proceedings, vol. 24, 1988, p. 532–50;

* Vigne Randolph, Littleton Charles  & HS of GB & I, From strangers to citizens : the integration of immigrant communities i, Britain, Ireland and Colonial America 1550/1750, Brighton, Sussex Academic Press, 2001.

* Wagner Henry (coll.) & North Dorothy (édi.), Huguenots wills and administrations in England and Ireland, 1617-1849 : abstracts of Huguenot wills and administration, Londres, Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland, 2007.

* Whelan Ruth, Persecutions and toleration : the changing face of Ireland’s Huguenot refugees, in  in Proceedings of the Huguenot Society, XXVII (1),  1998, p. 20/35; 2000)The United French Church of Dublin in 1693‘. To be added, 2000, 27/3,  426/ 428; The Huguenot in early eighteenth century Dublin, in Whilan Ruth & Baxter Carol (éd.), Toleration and religious identity. The Edict of Nantes and its implications in France, Britain and Ireland with C. Baxter , Dublin & Portland, Four Courts Press, 2003; Marsh’s Library and the French Calvinist tradition: the manuscript diary of Elie Bouhereau, 1643–1719 in McCarthy Muriel and  Simmons Ann (ed.), The Making of Marsh’s Library: Learning, Politics and Religion in Ireland, 1650–1750, Dublin & Portland, Four Cross Press, 2004; Ireland’s Huguenots and their Refuge, in International History Revieew, Londres, 2008, 28/4, p.827 / 831.

*  White N. J. D. , Elias Bouhereau of La Rochelle, First Public Librarian in Ireland, in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, volume 27, section C, 1908/9, p.  148/50.

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