Paterson, T.G.F. (1888-1971)

Crossle Papers

Libraries NI, Irish and Local Studies Library, Armagh

The Crossle Papers at Libraries NI comprise background and genealogical information on families in the Newry area of Northern Ireland. The information is handwritten and accumulated in notebooks and scrapbooks from the early 1900s. Francis Crossle, and later his son Philip Crossle, compiled the information from old newspapers. The information, gathered in scrapbooks and notebooks, was often supple ...

T.G.F. Paterson Manuscript Collection

Armagh County Museum

This collection comprises T.G.F. Paterson's notebooks. The notebooks are concerned with pedigrees and genealogies of families connected with County Armagh, local history, dialect, archaeology, folklore and place-name studies. He published regularly in the Ulster Journal of Archaeology, County Louth Archaeological Journal, Seanchas Ardmhacha and the Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ir ...

T.G.F. Paterson Fews Dialect Collection

National Museums NI, Ulster Folk & Transport Museum

Typescript volume (copy) containing notes and dialect items etc. compiled by T.G.F. Paterson (1888-1971) in the Fews area of South Armagh. Mr Paterson was the first curator of Armagh County Museum and was well known as an amateur historian and genealogist collecting traditional tales, dialect phrases and proverbs, and family pedigrees throughout his life. This volume is taken from a series of type ...

Ulster Dialect & Linguistic Diversity Archive

National Museums NI, Ulster Folk & Transport Museum

Unique assemblage of books, wordlists, research papers and notes etc relating to the study of Ulster Dialect and the process of dialect collection. This collection consists of material gathered together by a variety of interested individuals and institutions including Sir John Byers, Professor R.J. Gregg, R H Montgomery, T.G.F. Paterson and Brendan Adams. It comprises research notes and recordings ...