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history of the Daly family from County Monaghan

Robert Daly Mineart

history of the Daly family from County Monaghan

Elizabeth Daly, John Daly, Charles Daly

by Robert Daly Mineart

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Published by R.D. Mineart, 1987 in [Walnut Creek, Calif.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ireland,
  • Middle West
    • Subjects:
    • Daly family.,
    • Daly, Elizabeth, 1809-1885 -- Family.,
    • Daly, John, 1810-1885 -- Family.,
    • Daly, Charles, 19th cent. -- Family.,
    • Ireland -- Genealogy.,
    • Middle West -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesDaly family.
      Statementcompiled and edited by Robert Daly Mineart.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.D154 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 263 p. :
      Number of Pages263
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2136810M
      LC Control Number88203710

      Co. Monaghan has been described as a plantation frontier county with a strong interest in the linen trade. It was evenly divided between Catholics and protestants, with a large number of Presbyterians, particularly in the north of the county. The election may reflect this, as the numbers were Alexander Montgomery , Edward Lucas (?), John . Start your journey through County Monaghan’s treasures at the award-winning Monaghan County Museum which showcases over 5, years of the incredible history of this beautiful region. From Monaghan, travel north to the scenic village of Glaslough and immerse yourself in the story of the illustrious Leslie family. Owners of the.

      SURNAMES OF COUNTY MONAGHAN by Willie O'Kane. County Monaghan, comprising some , hectares, is a landlocked county, having boundaries with four other Ulster counties — Tyrone, Armagh, Fermanagh and Cavan — as well as with Louth and Meath. The county name derives from Muineachan, the place of the thickets. County Monaghan Name Registry In the body use this format: 1. your name 2. your email address 3. surname you are searching 4. Place in County Monaghan and date 5. your email address where someone can contact you. Back to the County Monaghan webpage Help keep this a free website ©ConnorGenealogy.

      Genealogy Centre Contact Details Monaghan Genealogy St Macartan's College Mullaghmurphy Monaghan H18 X Tel: + (0) 47 Email: [email protected] The Daly Family Message Board. Find your Daly ancestor. Tell us about your Daly Family. Ask a question about the Daly history. Tell us about your Daly ancestors. You must be logged in to post comments.


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