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Say Hello to the O’Byrnes

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Full title: The Clan O’Byrne of Leinster AD 400-1700 : a compilation of available historical information

Creator / Author: Paul J. Burns

Item Type / Page count: Book / 61p

When Published: 2001

Publisher / Place of Publication: House of Lochar / Isle of Colonsay, Argyll, PA61 7YR, Scotland.

About: The O’Byrnes are one of the great ancient clans of Ireland. They ended up in the Wicklow Mountains where they created a stronghold from which they regularly attacked the inhabitants of The Pale.  In eight brief chapters the author provides an overview of the history of the O’Byrnes.

ID number(s): 1899863834 / 9781899863839

Contents: The First Millennium — The 11th Century — The 12th Century — The 13th Century — The 14th Century — The 15th Century — Map from ‘Ireland under Elizabeth’ by Don Philip O’Sullivan — The 16th Century — The 17th Century — Genealogical Table from ‘The History of the Clan O’Toole and Other Leinster Septs’ by Rev. P. L. O’Toole — Appendix A: Other origins of the name Byrne or Burns — Appendix B: Gormlaith — Genealogies — Select Bibliography.

Extra #1: Includes map, illustrations, and family tree.

Extra #2: Check Libraries Ireland for this publication.

Extra #3: Check OCLC WorldCat.org for this publication in libraries worldwide.


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