The Irish and Anglo-Irish Landed Gentry When Cromwell Came to Ireland, or, a Supplement to Irish Pedigrees ebook
by E.A. MacLysaght,John O'Hart
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Při čtení si knihu The Irish And Anglo-Irish Landed Gentry, When Cromwell Came to Ireland: Or, a Supplement to Irish Pedigrees můžete stáhnout ke čtení offline a přidávat do ní zvýraznění, záložky nebo poznámky. The Irish ancestries of Allens, Arundells, Butlers, Crawfords, Fitzpatricks, Gladstones, Harts, O'Briens, O'Rourkes, O'Tooles, Parsons, Parnells, Sweneys, Warrens and many others have been collected from over fifty references, alphabetically arranged, and include (when applicable), a description of the family coat of arms.
Also included within "The Irish and Anglo-Irish Landed Gentry" is an extensive Appendix, which provides transcriptions of primary sources destroyed by fire in 1922. The author has also included numerous lists of Forfeiting Proprietors, names included on "Transplanters' Certificates," lists relating to the seventeenth-century land settlements, lists of the Irish Brigades, and much, much more. Approximately 22,000 surname references. Paperback, (1884), repr. Appendices, Index, 792 p. .
John O'Hart (1824–1902) was an Irish genealogist. He was born in Crossmolina, Co. Mayo, Ireland. A committed Roman Catholic, O'Hart originally planned to become a Catholic priest but instead spent 2 years as a police officer. He was an Associate in Arts at the Queen's University of Belfast. He worked at the Commissioners of National Education during the years of the Great Irish Famine. He worked as a genealogist and took an interest in Irish history. He was an Irish nationalist
Ireland-History (House of Stuart, up to the Treaty of Limerick 1603-1691).
Irish and Anglo-Irish landed gentry when Cromwell came to Ireland, or a supplement to Irish pedigrees, by John O'Hart. printed & manuscript material. Ireland-History (House of Stuart, up to the Treaty of Limerick 1603-1691). General medieval and modern history (European history).
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Captain Richard Magenis (1710–1807) was an Anglo-Irish politician who sat in the House of Commons in the Parliament of Ireland. Magenis, whose surname is also spelt Magennis or Maginnis, was Anglo-Irish gentry. He was the eldest son of Richard Magenis of Dublin and Alicia Caddell, daughter of William Caddell of Downpatrick, County Down. He was the elder brother of Very Rev. William Magenis, Dean of Kilmore.
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