I gladly acknowledge the fact that without Samuel P
"The land of the Roe" and the Rev. T. H. Mullin's "Limavady and the Roe
Valley" these pages would be nearly empty.
I also thank those nice people in the Country
for letting me photograph O'Cahan's tomb and the management of Drenagh
Estate for access to the old Drumachose Church.
If there is any man who could tell us more
churches in Tamlaghtfinlagan than the late Harold Gough, I would like
to meet him.
I would also like to say a special "thank
Steward from the Ordnance Survey NI for patiently supplying me with a
lot of background information about the Lough Foyle base line.
Thanks are also due to Mr and Mrs McConway
stagger all over their land in
order to see the Minearny tower and to a very nice farmer whose name I
forgot to ask, for access to the North base tower.
Thanks to an unkown writer for historical facts about Dungiven Castle. I have the printout but no name or url.
- Buildings of
Ulster Architectural Heritage Society,
Monuments of Northern Ireland
Department of Environment, ISBN 0 3370818 0 8
- Limavady and the
Rev. T. H. Mullin, ISBN 0 9509342 0 8
Parochial Bazaar, October 1929
St. Canice Stall, a Souvenir Booklet
- Ordnance Survey
Memoirs of Ireland (Various Volumes)
Institute of Irish Studies and Queens University
An Historic Church
Harold Gough, 1995
- The Land of the
Samuel P Mitchell, ISBN 0 9509342 1 6
- Various leaflets
from the Historic Monuments and
of the Department of the Environment (NI)