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The people of Ireland, 1600-1699

David Dobson

The people of Ireland, 1600-1699

by David Dobson

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Published by Clearfield Co. in Baltimore, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Court records -- Ireland,
  • Ireland -- History -- 17th century,
  • Ireland -- Genealogy

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby David Dobson.
    GenreGenealogy
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA940 .D63 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24039322M
    ISBN 100806353627, 0806354216
    ISBN 109780806353623, 9780806354217
    LC Control Number2009674865

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Get this from a library. The people of Ireland, [David Dobson] -- A directory of names and identifying information taken from primary documents covering The following book review was written by Bobbi King: The People of IrelandPart Four by David Dobson Printed for Clearfield Co. by Genealogical Publishing Co., pages.

Dobson gathered the 17th-century names of "ordinary people" whose roots were native to Ireland, or who were immigrant English, with a few names of.

The People of Ireland, Part One quantity The People of Ireland, –, attempts to circumvent. For this book, Dr. Dobson provides sketches of about 1, inhabitants of Ireland in the 17th century. Additional information. Format: Paperback.

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The aim is to provide information on ordinary people throughout Ireland with the exception of people of Scottish origin who have been dealt with. It is these impediments that David Dobson’s series The People of Ireland, –of which the work at hand is Part Four–attempts to circumvent.

The aim of this series is to provide information on ordinary people throughout 17th-century Ireland–with the exception of people of Scottish origin who have been dealt with in Dr. Dobson’s. Thus, the people listed here are predominantly of native Irish and The people of Ireland English origin, as well as a handful of Huguenot and Dutch immigrants.

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This work draws on primary sources, such as published government records, together with references found in Irish, English, Scottish, and Dutch archives. People Of IrelandPart Two The aim of this series, now in its second volume, is to provide information on ordinary people throughout 17th-century Ireland--with the exception of people of Scottish origin who have been dealt with in Brand: Genealogical Publishing Company, Incorporated.

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The first volume in this series, The People of Dumfries and Galloway,is arranged in the same way as this second volume. The major families in the Dumfries-Galloway region were Gordon, Irving, Johnston, Kennedy, Maxwell, McKie, McLellan, and McDowall, and many are featured in this volume.

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