By Richard N Gardner
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As the center of industrial revolution in Ireland, Belfast, under the Union, grew from a population of 25,000 in 1808 to nearly 350,000 at the turn of the twentieth century. ” Although the current location was the site of a thirteenth-century castle, Belfast was not a place of much importance until the seventeenth century, when it was officially founded by Sir Arthur Chichester in 1603 as a place for English- and Scots-Protestant settlers. It was formally designated a city in 1888 by Queen Victoria.
On April 2, 1908. ” Sayer even made this phrase the title of his biography’s first chapter. What Lewis had been comparing on that first page was primarily family origins. 33 Since his mother’s grandparents had been members of the Anglo-Irish aristocracy for centuries, Lewis and his brother Warren, as children, had never had much appreciation for his father’s families of origin. His maternal grandparents’ ancestors had given birth to a continuous stream of clergy, lawyers, and other professions.
Sir Robert was a descendent of another Robert Warren who had been an officer in Cromwell’s Army and who arrived in Ireland about 1649. Further still, through this same grandmother, Lewis’s lineage was also linked to a Norman knight, William of Warenne, who had fought in 1066 at the Battle of Hastings and had also married a daughter of William the Conqueror named Gundreda. It was his bones that were buried at Battle Abbey where the Normans had defeated the Anglo-Saxon King Harold. In fact, Green and C.
A Turning Point in North-South Economic Relations by Richard N Gardner