For an introduction to the Army Barracks in Eighteenth-Century Ireland project, listen to this podcast from Principle Investigator, Dr Ivar McGrath, recorded for historyhub.ie.
Some useful websites with information about New Geneva Barracks in Co. Waterford: ‘New Geneva Barracks’ on the Barony of Gaultier Historical Society website. ‘New Geneva Barracks’, National Inventory of Architectural Heritage website. ‘New Geneva Barracks, Passage East’, An Taisce website. If you would like to recommend any other websites with information about New Geneva Barracks, …
John Lane’s Masonic Records 1717-1894 is an authoritative listing of all the lodges established by the English Grand Lodges from the foundation of the first Grand Lodge in 1717 up until 1894. Many British military units were associated with Masonic Lodges so this is a useful resource for anyone interested in this topic. URL: …
Edenville House was a cavalry barracks, built in 1702. It is owned by Roscommon County Council. The Irish Veterans Memorial Project are raising funds to renovate the site and open an interpretative centre. Their website provides more information on the history of the barracks. URL: https://sites.google.com/site/edenvillehouse/
Lots of information on the history of Kilcock Barracks, Co. Kildare, is available from Seamus Cullen’s Personal Web Site. URL: http://seamuscullen.net/kilcock.html
Duncannon Fort, New Ross, Co. Wexford is a star shaped fortress in Waterford Harbour. It has been developed as a heritage attraction and can be visited by the public. Further details about the fort are available on their website. URL: http://duncannonfort.com/
Camden Fort Meagher at Crosshaven, Cork Harbour, has been developed as a heritage attraction. Their website provides lots of information about the history of the fort. URL: http://camdenfortmeagher.ie/