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Image from page 524 of “The genealogies, tribes, and customs of Hy-Fiachrach, commonly called O’Dowda’s country” (1844)
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Title: The genealogies, tribes, and customs of Hy-Fiachrach, commonly called O’Dowda’s country
Year: 1844 (1840s)
Authors: MacFirbis, Duald, 1585-1670 O’Donovan, John, 1809-1861. ed. cn MacFirbis, Giolla Iosa Mor
Subjects: Fiachrach family O’Dowd family MacFirbis family
Publisher: Dublin, Irish archæological society
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Digitizing Sponsor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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ionoalba, now ManuUa, a parish in the barony of Carra See pp. 192, 193, Note •. Cupdn, Turan, the name of an old castle, now nearly destroyed, in the southernportion of the parish of Kilmore, baronyof Erris.Uuplac, Turlough, a parish containingthe ruins of an ancient church andround tower, in the barony of Carra. U. Ui GacQch, a tribe and territory in the east of the barony of Tirawley See pp. 226, 227. Ui rriac Caocain, a district in the northof Erris. Urhall lochcpach, i. e. Lower Umhall,theancient name of the barony of Burris-hoole, in the west of the county ofMayo. Umhall Uachcpach, i.e. the Upper Um-hall, the ancient name of the barony ofMurrisk, in the south-west of the countyof Mayo. Both these territories arecalled the Owles by English writers,and sometimes incorrectly latinized Po-muni, as in the State Papers, OMaleyDe Pomo,^^ which is intended to denoteOMalley of Umhall. This error origi-nated in the resemblance of Umhall, thename of this territory, to Ubhall, anapple! 3S2
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5°i GENERAL INDEX. Pnge.A. ABhainn na mallachtan, …. 151Achadh Fobhaii, now Aghagower, 150, 151Achadh gabhau% recte Achadh fobhair, q. v. Achill, island of, 401 Adam Cusack, slew Taithleach Muaidhe ODubhda, 115 Adamnan, Abbot of lona, his account ofthe inauguration of Aidan, King ofScotland, by St. Columbkille, . . .425 , his reference to the River Moda, 410 ,the patron saintof Skreen, 266, 267 Aenach, 200, 201 , a regal seat in Ceara, . 204, 205 Aengus, son of Nadfraoch, K. M. . . 5Aghagower, Vallanceys visionary deri-vation of, 151 Aidhne,pronouncedIna, territory,extentof,52 , ancient tribes of, 53 Ail an druadh, 465 Alt Fharannain, 171, 258, 259 Alps, Dathi the last Pagan monarch of Ire-land killed at, by a flash of lightning, 21, 311Aonach, one of the three chief seats in Ceara, 155 Aonach Locha Gile, 472 Ara, 288, 289 Page. Arann, in Scotland, 352 Ardachadh, in Tirawley, 11 , OMaoilruaidh of, 165,232,233 Ard an f henneadha, 33 Ard Carna, OSgingin originally seated at, 77 , sit
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Image taken from page 497 of ‘King’s Hand-book of the United States planned and edited by M. King. Text by M. F. Sweetser … Illustrations, etc’
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Title: "King’s Hand-book of the United States planned and edited by M. King. Text by M. F. Sweetser … Illustrations, etc"
Author: SWEETSER, Moses Forster.
Contributor: KING, Moses.
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10410.pp.13."
Place of Publishing: London
Date of Publishing: 1891
Publisher: Osgood, McIlvaine & Co.
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