Irish Pedigrees: Or, The Origin and Stem of the Irish Nation

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M.H. Gill & Son, 1881 - Genealogy - 808 pages
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Fascinating history about the ancient Irish mentality, connections and similarities to Hebrew traditions, and a proof of how well the old Irish kept their family records (attaching family lines clear back to Adam, the first man on earth). Very thorough and well-researched book of Irish genealogy.
A bit of a tough read though - you have to read the older language slower to translate it into modern talk and the bold print is very hard to read.
Overall though, the quality and quantity of information is fantastic.
 

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