6 edition of Bibliography of Irish family history and genealogy found in the catalog.
Bibliography of Irish family history and genealogy
Brian De Breffny
|Statement||compiled and edited by Brian de Breffny.|
|LC Classifications||Z5313.I7 D4, CS483 D4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||167 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||75312144|
Bibliography A Select Bibliography of Books on Ancient and Medieval Irish History: (by Title) Ancient Ireland: From Prehistory to the Middle Ages - J. O'Brien & P. Harbison, Oxford University Press, An Atlas of Irish History - Ruth D. Edwards, New York, The MacMillan Atlas of Irish History - Sean Duffy, ed., The surname Adair derives from the Olde English pre 7th Century personal name Eadgar, a compound of the elements ead meaning Prosperity-spear. It is of Irish and Scottish origin. The name is found in Medieval English in various forms i.e. Edgar, Adger, Agar etc., and is first recorded as Edgar in the Domesday Book of , for Huntingdonshire. The surname from this source first appears in the m.
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Bibliography of Irish Family History. 2d ed. Blackrock, Ireland: Irish Academic Press, (Family History Library book D23m.) Crone, John S. A Concise Dictionary of Irish Biography. Reprint. Nendeln, Liechtenstein: Kraus Reprint, (Family History Library book Ref D3cr ) This dictionary contains short biographical.
London, England: Research Publishing Co., (Family History Library book Ref Mg ) This source supplements Marshall's and Whitmore's guides. de Breffny, Brian, ed.
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