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(Courtesey of David McMenemy)

James Mc Menemy is listed as a Spirit Dealer of Bishop St.

City of Londonderry Clerk of the Peace Book

(Courtesey of David McMenemy)

William Mc Menemy as an Inn Keeper at Bishop St. in 1832.

Irish Flax Growers List, 1796

Processed to produce oil and textile goods, flax was an important cash crop of the 18th and 19th Centuries. During this time period, thousands of Irish farmers grew the crop for their livelihood. Provided by the Ulster Historical Foundation, this database is a list of known flax growers on the island in 1796. It provides the name of grower and county of residence. Reference numbers are provided for those desiring further information regarding particular entries.

Reference County Surname Given name
50193 Tyrone McMenemy Fergus
9730 Donegal McMinnamin [McMenamin] Patrick
12190 Donegal McMinamon [McMenamin] John
12757 Donegal McMinamin [McMenamin] Margaret
13908 Donegal McMonamen [McMenamin] James
14094 Donegal McMenamon [McMenamin] Denis
14187 Donegal McMenamon [McMenamin] James
14256 Donegal McMenamon [McMenamin] Peter
14257 Donegal McMenamon [McMenamin] Patrick
14263 Donegal McMenamin Patrick
14266 Donegal McMenamin John
35888 Mayo McManamy Bryan
35909 Mayo McManamy Terence
35920 Mayo McManamy Patrick
35922 Mayo McManamy Neil

Researchers may contact the Ulster Historical Foundation at 12 College Square East, Belfast, BT1 6DD, United Kingdom. Revealing information on over 56000 persons involved in the flax industry, this can be an illuminating collection.
Bibliography: Ulster Historical Foundation. Flaxgrowers Bounty List 1796.
Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 1999.

(Thanks to Margo Metegrano for this information)